Nathaniel Beverley Tucker Edit Profile
Graduated from College William and Mary, 1801.
Served as Lieutenant United States Navy during War of 1812, promoted to staff appointment. An organizer Jefferson County (Missouri). Judge circuit cts. Missouri Territory, later Missouri State.
Professor of law College William and Mary, circa 1833-1851. Contributed ideas to development of President Tyler’s exchequer plan. Delegate from Virginia to Nashville Convention of 1850.
Author: George Balcombe (published anonymously), 1836. The Partisan Leader, 2 vols., 1836. Gertrude (serial in Southern Literature Messenger), 1844-1845.
A Discourse on the Importance of the Study of Political Science as a Branch of Academic Education n the United States, 1840. The Principles of Pleading, 1846.
Married Mary Coalter. Married second, Eliza Taylor, April.; married 3d, Lucy Anne Smith.