Elisabeth Kamp1,2

F, ID# 11131, (3 Mar 1697 - 12 Mar 1697)
Father:Michael Kamp (2 Sep 1651 - 17 May 1721)
Mother:Maria Magdalenna Voltz (a 1676 - 17 May 1721)
     Elisabeth Kamp was born on 3 Mar 1697 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Michael Kamp and Maria Magdalenna Voltz. Elisabeth Kamp died on 12 Mar 1697 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  2. [S716] Karl Diefenbacher, Ortssippenbuch Eppingen.

Christoph Kamp1,2

M, ID# 11132, (23 Aug 1699 - 6 May 1700)
Father:Michael Kamp (2 Sep 1651 - 17 May 1721)
Mother:Maria Magdalenna Voltz (a 1676 - 17 May 1721)
     Christoph Kamp was born on 23 Aug 1699 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. He was the son of Michael Kamp and Maria Magdalenna Voltz. Christoph Kamp died on 6 May 1700 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  2. [S716] Karl Diefenbacher, Ortssippenbuch Eppingen.

Maria Elisabeth Kamp1,2

F, ID# 11133, (24 Jul 1701 - a 1714)
Father:Michael Kamp (2 Sep 1651 - 17 May 1721)
Mother:Maria Magdalenna Voltz (a 1676 - 17 May 1721)
     Maria Elisabeth Kamp was born on 24 Jul 1701 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Michael Kamp and Maria Magdalenna Voltz. Maria Elisabeth Kamp died a 1714.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  2. [S716] Karl Diefenbacher, Ortssippenbuch Eppingen.

Johann Michael Kamp1,2

M, ID# 11134, (12 May 1707 - 9 Aug 1769)
Father:Michael Kamp (2 Sep 1651 - 17 May 1721)
Mother:Maria Magdalenna Voltz (a 1676 - 17 May 1721)
     Johann Michael Kamp was born on 12 May 1707 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. He was the son of Michael Kamp and Maria Magdalenna Voltz. Johann Michael Kamp married Elisabetha Widmann on 10 Jun 1738 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg. Johann Michael Kamp died on 9 Aug 1769 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, at age 62.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.
  2. [S716] Karl Diefenbacher, Ortssippenbuch Eppingen.

Elisabetha Widmann1

F, ID# 11135, (23 May 1717 - 27 Apr 1781)
     Elisabetha Widmann was born on 23 May 1717 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. She married Johann Michael Kamp, son of Michael Kamp and Maria Magdalenna Voltz, on 10 Jun 1738 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg. Elisabetha Widmann died on 27 Apr 1781 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, at age 63.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Hans Michael Hegi1

M, ID# 11136, (17 Dec 1673 - )
Father:Hans Jacob Haegi (a 1648 - )
Mother:Anna Salome (1648 - 2 Apr 1690)
     Hans Michael Hegi was born on 17 Dec 1673 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. He was the son of Hans Jacob Haegi and Anna Salome.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Anna Catharina Hegi1

F, ID# 11137, (23 Jan 1676 - )
Father:Hans Jacob Haegi (a 1648 - )
Mother:Anna Salome (1648 - 2 Apr 1690)
     Anna Catharina Hegi was born on 23 Jan 1676 at Eppingen, Kraichgau, Wuerttemberg, Germany. She was the daughter of Hans Jacob Haegi and Anna Salome.

Citations

  1. [S8] Janet Beall Broadbent Research.

Wiley Erastus Bird1

M, ID# 11138, (c 1851 - )
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Wiley Erastus Bird was born c 1851 at Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Wiley Erastus Bird died at Tennessee.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Francis Demetrius Bird1

M, ID# 11139, (Nov 1852 - a 1900)
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Francis Demetrius Bird was born in Nov 1852 at Meriwether Co, Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Francis Demetrius Bird died a 1900 at Harris Co, Georgia.
      Francis Bird was on the 1860 census but not on the !870 census which included a Demetrius noted as a female.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Amos A. Bird1

M, ID# 11140, (c 1853 - )
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Amos A. Bird was born c 1853 at Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Louraine "Lurana" Catherine Bird1

F, ID# 11141, (27 Sep 1855 - 2 Feb 1930)
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Louraine "Lurana" Catherine Bird was born on 27 Sep 1855 at Meriwether Co, Georgia. She was the daughter of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Louraine "Lurana" Catherine Bird died on 2 Feb 1930 at Mountville, Troup Co, Georgia, at age 74.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Uriah Austin Bird1

M, ID# 11142, (15 Jan 1854 - )
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Uriah Austin Bird was born on 15 Jan 1854 at Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Demarious Jackson Bird1

M, ID# 11143, (15 Jun 1858 - )
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Demarious Jackson Bird was born on 15 Jun 1858 at Greenville, Meriwether Co, Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Demarious Jackson Bird married an unknown person on 26 Feb 1942 at Fulton Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Bryant Alexander Bird1

M, ID# 11145, (8 Feb 1857 - 21 Apr 1928)
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Bryant Alexander Bird was born on 8 Feb 1857 at Meriwether Co, Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Bryant Alexander Bird died on 21 Apr 1928 at age 71.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

Ann Lula Bird1

F, ID# 11146, (24 Oct 1862 - 15 Nov 1948)
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     Ann Lula Bird was born on 24 Oct 1862 at Georgia. She was the daughter of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. Ann Lula Bird died on 15 Nov 1948 at Macon, Bibb Co, Georgia, at age 86.

Citations

  1. [S283] Bird-Wheless Records.

James Enfield Bird1

M, ID# 11147, (1841 - 1850)
Father:James "Jim" Madison Bird (1818 - 1890)
Mother:Eletha Rosaline Oliver (c 1820 - 1885)
     James Enfield Bird was born in 1841 at Meriwether Co, Georgia. He was the son of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver. James Enfield Bird died in 1850 at Meriwether Co, Georgia.

Citations

  1. [S10] Unsourced Data.

R. A. Dukes1

M, ID# 11148, (a 1836 - )
     R. A. Dukes was born a 1836. He married Frances Angeline Bird, daughter of James "Jim" Madison Bird and Eletha Rosaline Oliver, a 1862.

Citations

  1. [S10] Unsourced Data.

Hannah Prather

F, ID# 11149, (1784 - 7 Oct 1853)
     Hannah Prather was born in 1784 at Laurens Co, South Carolina. She married Joseph Dollar a 1815. Hannah Prather died on 7 Oct 1853 at Meriwether Co, Georgia.

Children of Hannah Prather and Joseph Dollar

John Williams1,2

M, ID# 11150, (a 1785 - b 1836)
     John Williams was born a 1785. He married Maria de Rosario Juana Margarita Wall, daughter of LTC Don Augustine Wall and Dona Isabel O'Callaghan, on 2 May 1810 at Saint Augustine's Catholic Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. John Williams died b 1836 at Richmond, Virginia.
      John Williams was noted as a merchant at the time of his 1810 marriage to Mary Wall.

John is presumed to be the John A. Williams, merchant, at 20 South Second Street in the 1810 Philadelphia City Directory. As early as 1802 a shopkeeper named Sarah Williams was at 35 Second Street in Philadelphia and of course there were many Williams families in Philadelphia by 1810, but only 2 others were on South Second St: S & M Williams, shopkeepers still at #35 and William J. Williams with a carpet warehouse at #71. John continued to be listed at that address the following year. By 1814 John A. Williams, merchant, was listed at 40 South Second Street. Directories were not published for 1812, 1813 and 1815. In the 1816 and 1819 directories, the page on which John would have been listed is missing online. In 1817 and 1818 John A. Williams was noted as a merchant at 28 South Second Street. In 1820 and 1821 John is not listed in the directory as either John A., a merchant or on 2nd Street; there are 6 widowed Mary Williams included but none on 2nd Street.

After 1818 John A. Williams has not been identified in New York, so that may be when the family moved to Richmond, Virginia. There were at least nine men named John A. Williams born in 1781, 1789 - 1792 in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina, Wales and England, but none were noted with a wife Mary. Furthermore, checking the Philadelphia Catholic church records after 1810 for Williams births did not produce any children for this couple.

John was too old to match the profile of a John Williams living in the Monroe District of Richmond in 1830 with a presumed wife and four young children.

Research by Marilyn Jackson showed in Episcopal Church records Williams sibings born in Baltimore about the same time: John born 11 Nov 1785, Joseph born 10 Oct 1787, Ann 1 Oct 1790 and James 9 May 1793. Joseph died in 1861 in Petersburg. This may be the same John Williams family.


Sources:

--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1802phil#page/260/mode/2up/search/williams
--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1810phil#page/304/mode/2up/search/williams
--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1811phil#page/352/mode/2up/search/williams
--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1814phil#page/n499/mode/2up/search/williams
--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1817phil#page/468/mode/2up/search/williams
--https://archive.org/stream/philadelphiadire1818phil#page/372/mode/2up/search/williams.

Child of John Williams and Maria de Rosario Juana Margarita Wall

Citations

  1. [S568] Palmer-Wall Family Records.
  2. [S628] Marilyn Jackson Research.

James Glenn I1,2,3,4

M, ID# 11151, (a 1771 - 1818)
Father:John Glenn I (1728 - a 18 Mar 1787)
Mother:Rosanna (Unknown) (c 1738 - Aug 1808)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     James Glenn I was born a 1771 at Newberry, Newberry Co, South Carolina. He was the son of John Glenn I and Rosanna (Unknown). James Glenn I married Margaret (Unknown) in 1799 at Newberry, Newberry Co, South Carolina. James Glenn I died in 1818 at Newberry Co, South Carolina.
      James Glenn is believed to be the son of John Glenn age 16 or older in the 1790 census. James was a buyer at the 16 Oct 1793 estate sale of Peter Galloway of District 96 in Newberry Co, SC. Other buyers included Rosy Glen who could have been either James' mother or the wife of David Glenn -- who shared the same name -- but not likely his young sister of the same name. William Herbison and Robert Speer witnessed Peter Galloway's 26 Oct 1774 will and were his executors; Herbison was noted as deceased in John Glen senior's 1784 will and Speer witnessed John Glenn senior's will. James Glenn's niece Lucinda Glenn was married to a Galloway.

James age 26-44 was listed in the 1800 Newberry Co, SC census with his wife Margaret age 16-25 and one female age 45 or older; the latter woman was possibly his mother Roseanne because she was not among the other Roseanne Glenns separately listed in the county.

James was enumerated on the 1810 Newberry Co, SC census with his wife Margaret, 3 young sons and 2 young daughters, one unknown 10-15 year old female, and one slave in his household. By the time of the next census James was deceased. The birth dates for their children were from James and Margaret's family bible.

Fairfield Co was adjacent to Newberry Co and is a key location because James and Margaret's daughter Roseanne married Ezekiel Beam whose father apparently lived in both Fairfield and adjacent Chester Co in 1800-1820. The boundaries in the early days of South Carolina were so fluid that a person might never change residences but be noted in several different locations during their lifetime.

James inherited 113 acres of his father's original 200 acre land plat on Rocky Branch in 1787, the other portion going to his brother John. James requested his land be surveyed probably as a result of his brother William preparing to sell his own 113 acres located nearby. The 12 Mar 1810 survey showed James' land was on the waters of the Saluda River adjacent to the lands of Benjamin Long, the other portion of his father John's original survey subsequently owned by James' brother John, Francis Higgins, and Jacob Crosswhite to whom James' brother William sold his land on 6 Oct 1810.

James was still living on that land in 1811 as was shown by the will of Elizabeth Turner. The 19 Jul 1811 will of widow Elizabeth Turner ordered her land adjacent to that of James Glen, Henry Coate, Frances Wiggins, her son-in-law Benjamin Long, and Jacob Crosswhite be sold, but this requirement was changed by her codicil. Elizabeth Turner's 22 Dec 1812 codicil bequeathed her grandson Benjamin Franklin Long the southern half of a 100 acre tract on Rocky Branch adjoining the Saluda River in the Newberry District originally granted to John Attenger and adjoining Frances Higgins; the other half of the tract she had sold to Henry Coate.

James died owning 108 acres on Rocky Branch. James' widow Margaret Lewis, James Glenn junior and William Glenn conveyed their share to Henry Coate, and Rosey Ann and Mary Glenn conveyed their share to Peter Glenn. Thus if all shares were equal Peter Glenn and Henry Coate each owned half of the 108 acres, however Henry Coate died in control of the whole of the land.

Henry Coate died in 1828 in possession of five tracts of land, including half of the original John Glenn tract which was inherited by James Glenn. Henry's lands at his death included: "Hay's Tract" of 130 acres bounded by Gravis Spearman, John Spearman, David Stephens; "Johnnyman Tract"of 100 acres on Little River bounded by Hay's Tract, and the lands of John Gaskins, David Thomas, David Stephens; 500 acres where Henry Coate lived bounded by the above lands and land of John Gaskins, Lucy Crosswhite, and Michael Wertz; and 1/3 part and 2/5 part of the remaining part of the immigrant John Glenn's tract on Rocky Branch containing 108 acres bounded by Henry Coate's 500 acres and the lands of Lucy Crosswhite and Michael Wertz on which the Meeting House stood. Henry Coate left his widow Polly who married John Gaskins and children: Amelia who married John Lindsay; Elizabeth, the widow of William Nance; John; James; and infants George, Benjamin, Amanda, William and Bolivar Coate.

In order to take possession of his portion of his father James' land, James' son Peter filed a Bill of Partition on 29 Jul 1835 against Henry Coate's widow, her new husband John Gaskins and two of her daughters who lived outside SC. The suit was noted as John Coate, James M. Coate and infants George R, Benjamin F, Amanda, William H, and Boliver Coate (guardian John Coate) and Peter Glenn vs John Gaskins and wife Polly, John M Lindsey and wife Amelia, and Elizabeth Nance. In the suit Peter Glenn noted his father James Glenn died in 1818 leaving widow Margaret and these children: James Glenn Jr, William Glenn, Rosy Ann Glenn who married Ezekiel Beam, Mary Glenn, Peter Glenn, and John and Liz Glenn who both died shortly after their father.


Detailed sources:
--Sandra J. Lee, Newberry Co, SC Equity Records 1818-1844, (S. J. Lee, Dallas, GA 1985) provides abstracts of Newberry Co, SC Will Book M and N with Annual Estate Returns and Will Book I Miscellaneous Annual Returns in Newberry Co, SC Archives Box 20, package 2, p. 116 (29 Jul 1835 Bill of Partition, Peter Glenn et. al. vs John and Polly Gaskins); researched by Vicki Reynolds.
--Newberry Co, SC Deed Book J, p. 493, 12 Mar 1810 (resurvey of James Glenn's land)
--Elizabeth Turner, 19 Jul 1811 will and 22 Dec 1812 codicil ordering sale of land adjacent to James Glenn, bequeathing half John Attenger's former 100 acres to Long and noting sale of half to Henry Coate; http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/ViewImage.aspx?imageNumber=S108093001900046000a.jpg&recordId=302177.

Children of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.
  2. [S575] Marilyn Szum Research.
  3. [S576] John Glenn Will.
  4. [S592] Vicki Reynolds Research.

Margaret (Unknown)1,2

F, ID# 11152, (c 1780 - a 1850)
Charts:Amanda Ola Weathers lineage
     Margaret (Unknown) was born c 1780 at South Carolina. She married James Glenn I, son of John Glenn I and Rosanna (Unknown), in 1799 at Newberry, Newberry Co, South Carolina. Margaret (Unknown) married Jacob Lewis c 1819. Margaret (Unknown) died a 1850.
      Based on DNA matches and associated online trees it has been proposed but not verified that Margaret's sister was Nancy Plunkett and their parents were James Plunkett and Elizabeth Galloway. In 1790 James Plunkett lived at Little River Bottom on the Broad and Saludy rivers, in the same area where the Glenns resided, so there is a good chance this may be a valid relationship.

Margaret was appointed administrator for her husband James Glenn's estate. The 2 May 1818 extensive estate inventory in Newberry Co, SC showed farm animals, farm equipment, furniture and household goods, and a musket, possibly from the Revolutionary War, and a rifle. The inventory was signed by Hugh Gregg, John Galloway and John Glenn, likely James' brother. The Warrant of Appraisement and Appraisal were filed that year. Margaret held the estate sale on the premises on 5 May 1818 at which she or William Glenn (difficult to read) was the largest purchaser. Other buyers included Frances Higgins, David Turner, Levi Sheppart, John and William Plunket, John Galloway, David Waters, Travis Davenport, James Woolsworth, John Stewart, A. Tinsley, John Glass junior, William Burgess, Jesse Hays, Jesse Spears, John Brown, John Williams, S. Sheppard, H. Herbert, John A. Lacy?, Henry Coate, and Jacob Lewis, Margaret's future spouse. The buyers were most likely extended family and neighbors, and the sale netted $1,309. The sale was recorded 10 Aug 1818.

Margaret was not enumerated separately in the 1820 census with her children, so she had likely married Jacob Lewis by then. In 1810 Jacob age 26-44 was living in Newberry Co, SC with his presumed first wife age 26-44 and 2 females under 10 and one female age 16-25, two doors away from land owned by Henry Coat; the Glenns were not noted living in that section of the census. The 12 Apr 1826 will of John Maxwell noted "the heirs of Tetha Lewis (wife of Jacob Lewis) ... have or pretend to have some claim on part of a tract of land I purchased from Jacob Lewis...."

By 1820 Jacob Lewis' family composition had changed to absorb Margaret and her children: Jacob age over 44 and Margaret age 26-44, a male under age 10 [Peter Glenn], a male 10-15 [William Glenn], a male 16-18 [James Glenn], 3 males 16-15 [James Glenn again, John Glenn and 1 unknown male], a female under 10 [Mary Glenn], a female age 10-15 [Roseanne Glenn], a female 16-26 [Liz Glenn]. This composition does not account for the two females under age 10 in Jacob's household in 1810, but those females could have married or one could have been the 16 to 26 year old female because Liz Glenn died about this time. Jacob was living in the same county as the Coats and Tinsley families. The Coates family were neighbors of John Glenn and his sons, and although there are Coats [sic] in the county, the 1820 census was rewritten in sections to alpha order so it was impossible to analyze how closely the Lewis and Glenn families likely lived.

Over the next several years Margaret filed James Glenn's estate financial accounts with the court. Her 1821 report included a coffin for her ill son John, but subsequent years showed payment of his continued doctor's bills through 1823. In Feb 1823 John Stewart and William Plunket requested the Newberry Co court revoke Margaret Lewis' role and establish them as the Glenn estate administrators based on Margaret's failure to administer and distribute the estate, but the court did not remove Margaret. On 19 Jan 1824 Stewart and Plunket requested the court revoke their roles wherein they had originally posted a $2,000 bond for Margaret to serve as administrator based on their concern they would lose their money. On 28 Jan 1824 Margaret appeared before the court and her role was revoked and awarded to Stewart and Plunket. On 17 Feb 1824 Plunket filed an accounting of payments out of the estate since 1818 which also stated Margaret's children John and Elizabeth had died. After Plunket's death, John Stewart filed the final administrative records. John's five children each received their $147 share on the noted dates: James Glenn on 28 Jan 1825, Rosannah Glenn on 8 Jan 1828 paid to her husband Ezekiel Beam; William Glenn on 8 Jan 1827; Peter Glenn on 7 Jan 1829; and Mary Glenn on 7 Jan 1829.

Jacob Lewis was not found in the 1830 census so he may have died. Margaret was living in Abbeville District, SC in the 1830 and 1840 census in son Peter Glenn's household. Margaret moved with her children to Alabama about 1842 where she resided with her son Peter Glenn in Cherokee Co, AL in 1850 and 1860 and returned to using the name Margaret Glenn.


Detailed sources:

--James Glenn 2 May 1818 Estate Inventory; 1 Aug 1818 Appraisement Warrant recorded in Book G, p. 165; 10 Aug 1818 Appraisement, Newberry Co, SC Book R, p. 386-7; Estate Sale recorded 10 Aug 1818 in Newberry Co, SC Book L, p. 397; Feb 1824 Administration Bond De bonis Non on the Estate of James Glenn; Settlements on the Estate of James Glenn with Margaret Lewis; repository South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Newberry Co, SC Estate Box 28, pack 7; transcribed and analyzed by Vicki Reynolds.
--Sandra J. Lee, Newberry Co, SC Equity Records 1818-1844, (S. J. Lee, Dallas, GA 1985) provides abstracts of Newberry Co, SC Will Book M and N with Annual Estate Returns and Will Book I Miscellaneous Annual Returns in Newberry Co, SC Archives Box 20, package 2, p. 116 (Margaret Glenn's marriage to Jacob Lewis); researched by Vicki Reynolds.

Children of Margaret (Unknown) and James Glenn I

Citations

  1. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.
  2. [S404] 1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census. Glenn and Beam households.

John Glenn1,2

M, ID# 11153, (7 Nov 1800 - b 17 Feb 1824)
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     John Glenn was born on 7 Nov 1800. He was the son of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). John Glenn died b 17 Feb 1824.
      According the 1835 Bill of Partition filed by Peter Glenn, his brother John died not long after his father's 1818 death. His mother Margaret paid for John's coffin and doctor's bills in 1823.

Citations

  1. [S401] Timothy Beam Reseach.
  2. [S575] Marilyn Szum Research.

Elizabeth "Liz" Glenn1

F, ID# 11154, (18 May 1802 - b 17 Feb 1824)
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     Elizabeth "Liz" Glenn was born on 18 May 1802 at South Carolina. She was the daughter of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). Elizabeth "Liz" Glenn died b 17 Feb 1824.
      According the 1835 Bill of Partition filed by Peter Glenn, his sister Liz Glenn died shortly after his father's 1818 death.

Citations

  1. [S575] Marilyn Szum Research.

James Glenn II1,2,3

M, ID# 11155, (11 Jan 1804 - 5 Jul 1863)
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     James Glenn II was born on 11 Jan 1804 at South Carolina. He was the son of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). James Glenn II married Olive "Ollie" Richards c 1825. James Glenn II died on 5 Jul 1863 at age 59.
      James Glenn of Cherokee Co purchased 57 acres on 1 Jul 1845 and 50 acres on 8 Apr 1848 in what is now Etowah Co, AL. James and his wife Olive were enumerated as James and Holly Gleen in the 1850 Cherokee Co, AL census, living in the portion of Cherokee later incorporated into Etowah Co in 1866. The Glenns were in household 64 living just 10 houses from James' sister Rosanna Beam. James was also on the Alabama State census that year. Also living in the county at that time were their siblings William, and Peter Glenn and their mother was living with the latter son.

In 1860 James was listed as the Jas Glum family at household 407 in Division 1. James was not shown to use a middle initial in his records, making it harder to differentiate him from other men named the same. Living next door was his son James A. Glenn age 24 with his family and his siblings Peter and William still resided in the county.

Men older than 45 generally did not serve in the military, so James was most likely not any of the James Glenns who served. This researcher does not know the source for James' reported 1863 death date. However, James' grandson, James Randolph Glenn, reported his grandfather was ambushed in his field and shot because he and his wife voted against secessionism when Alabama seceded from the Union on 11 Jan 1861.

Olive's obituary stated they had 13 children of whom only 4 "reached age" and 2 of those who lived to adulthood died in the Civil War.

By 1866 Olive, enumerated again as Holly Glenn, was apparently a widow because she was living alone in Cherokee Co, AL. By 1870 Olive had relocated with her son Wade Simpson Glenn's family to Collin Co, TX and by 1880 they were residing in Johnson Co, TX.

In 1850 and 1860 the Alabama censuses listed other Glenn families living in Cherokee Co. A John Glenn age 21 to 45 was on the 12 Nov 1850 Cherokee Co, Alabama state census with one female under 21 and one female over 21. This John has not been found on the federal census. He was not James' brother John who was deceased or his nephew by that name who was too young to be enumerated separately. A John Glen, a married farmer age 55 born about 1804 in North Carolina, died in Oct 1860 after a 6-year illness in St. Clair Co, AL, which is 2 counties away from Cherokee Co where the Glenn siblings lived, but it is unknown if he was related in some way. Charles N. Glenn was enumerated with one male and one female over 21 and 6 slaves. Noble Glenn and his wife Mary with presumed son William age 18 were listed on the 1860 Cherokee Co, AL State census, having lived in Pickens Co, SC in 1830, 1840 and 1850; he may be the Noble who was the son of William Glenn (1755-1814) and Edee Ladd (1772-1813) and brother of John (1752-1857). By 1870 the Hendricks' children were living in their household. It is not known at this time if Charles or Noble are related to our Glenns living in the Cherokee Co at the same time.

Children of James Glenn II and Olive "Ollie" Richards

Citations

  1. [S401] Timothy Beam Reseach.
  2. [S404] 1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census. Glenn and Beam households.
  3. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.

William "Billy" Marion Glenn I1,2,3

M, ID# 11156, (11 Nov 1806 - 14 Nov 1895)
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     William "Billy" Marion Glenn I was born on 11 Nov 1806 at Newberry Co, South Carolina. He was the son of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). William "Billy" Marion Glenn I married Jane McCullough on 25 Dec 1827 at Abbeville Co, South Carolina. William "Billy" Marion Glenn I died on 14 Nov 1895 at Etowah Co, Alabama, at age 89.
      William Glenn resided in Baine, later Cherokee and now Etowah Co, AL from about 1843 until 1848. William was listed with his family in Cherokee Co, AL census in 1850 in household 171, not far from his siblings James, Roseanne, Mary and Peter; William was also on the Alabama State census that year and on the agriculture schedule dated 15 Nov 1850 as Wm Glenn. William clearly owned his land which was valued at $400 and then $600 although the patent has not been found.

In 1860 the family was still living in Cherokee Co in household 409 in Division 1, next door to his nephew James Allen Glenn and to his brother James Glenn. His brothers and sister Mary were still in the county; only his sister Roseanne had moved outside Cherokee Co.

In 1866 William resided in Cherokee Co, right before Etowah Co was carved from that part of Cherokee. Living with him were his wife Jane, sons William and George, daughters Sarah and Frances, and 2 unexplained females "age 10-20." The latter were likely his oldest daughters Mary age 26 and Martha age 24 trying to keep their ages low in an era of depleted marriagable men; Mary and Martha were still enumerated in the household in 1870. Living next to William were his widowed sister-in-law Olive, noted as Holly; Sampson Glenn -- Olive's son Wade Simpson; and a June Glenn with a daughter under 10 -- possibly a widow. Also nearyby was Olive's son James Allen Glenn with his large family.

By 1870 William was noted in Hokes Bluff, Etowah Co, AL and was noted as a widower; his son William was living next door. This indicates he was living in the portion of Cherokee Co which was incorporated in Etowah Co when that division occurred in 1866.

On 10 Mar 1885 William purchased 160 acres of homestead lands in Etowah Co, AL. Although Marion was not used as a middle name by William on any primary records found by this researcher, he was listed as William M. Glenn on his 1885 land purchase undertaken after his namesake son had died.

On 3 Jun 1895 a William Glenn purchased 86 acres in Talladega and St Clair counties in Alabama; Etowah Co was adjacent to St Clair, so this could possibly be our William who died just of few months later. However, a married John Glen from North Carolina was also known to have lived in St. Clair until his death in 1859, so there were other Glenns in the vicinity.

Children of William "Billy" Marion Glenn I and Jane McCullough

Citations

  1. [S401] Timothy Beam Reseach.
  2. [S565] Boyd Smith Research.
  3. [S575] Marilyn Szum Research.

Mary Glenn1,2

F, ID# 11157, (19 Jun 1811 - )
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     Mary Glenn was born on 19 Jun 1811 at South Carolina. She was the daughter of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). Mary Glenn married George W. Tinsley a 7 Jan 1829.
      Mary Glenn was still single when she received her portion of her father's estate on 7 Jan 1829.

Mary's husband George Tinsley purchased 79 acres and 40 acres in Etowah Co, AL on 1 Jul 1845. Mary Glenn and her husband George were living in household 189, District 27, Cherokee Co, AL in 1850, next door to her brother Peter and her mother Margaret and near her sister Roseanne and brothers James and William. Mary was reported as about 3 years younger than she was that year. George was also enumerated on 15 Nov 1850 on the agriculture schedule.

On 1 Dec 1851 George purchased another 66 acres in Etowah Co, AL.

In 1860 Mary and George were enumerated in Division 1, Cherokee Co, AL. George's 1869 death was a suicide by hanging. Mary and her children were living in Etowah Co, AL in 1870; Mary had real estate valued at $300 and personal property valued at $250, so family finances did not cause her husband's suicide. Living next door were the families of her son George and daughter Mary.

Children of Mary Glenn and George W. Tinsley

Citations

  1. [S575] Marilyn Szum Research.
  2. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.

Peter Glenn1,2,3

M, ID# 11158, (24 Jul 1813 - )
Father:James Glenn I (a 1771 - 1818)
Mother:Margaret (Unknown) (c 1780 - a 1850)
     Peter Glenn was born on 24 Jul 1813 at South Carolina. He was the son of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown). Peter Glenn married Samantha (Unknown) c 1846. Peter Glenn died at Cherokee Co, Alabama.
      Peter Glenn was living in Cherokee Co, AL when he purchased on 2 Sep 1850 40 acres of public lands in the part of Cherokee Co later incorporated into Etowah Co, AL. Peter was enumerated in the 1850 Cherokee Co, AL census in household 190 living with his mother Margaret, next door to his sister Mary and in the same county as his siblings James, William and Roseanne. Peter was also on the Alabama State census that year and the agriculture schedule dated 15 Nov 1850. Peter's family remained in the county in 1860 living at household 387 in Division 1, and his sister and brothers continued to reside there as well.

Children of Peter Glenn and Samantha (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S401] Timothy Beam Reseach.
  2. [S404] 1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census. Glenn and Beam households.
  3. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.

Olive "Ollie" Richards1,2

F, ID# 11159, (16 Jun 1805 - 18 Feb 1894)
     Olive "Ollie" Richards was born on 16 Jun 1805 at South Carolina. She married James Glenn II, son of James Glenn I and Margaret (Unknown), c 1825. Olive "Ollie" Richards died on 18 Feb 1894 at Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co, Texas, at age 88.

Children of Olive "Ollie" Richards and James Glenn II

Citations

  1. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.
  2. [S404] 1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census. Glenn and Beam households.

PVT George Washington Glenn1,2

M, ID# 11160, (c 1841 - 1862)
Father:James Glenn II (11 Jan 1804 - 5 Jul 1863)
Mother:Olive "Ollie" Richards (16 Jun 1805 - 18 Feb 1894)
     PVT George Washington Glenn was born c 1841 at South Carolina. He was the son of James Glenn II and Olive "Ollie" Richards. PVT George Washington Glenn died in 1862.
      George Washington Glenn served with his brothers and cousins in Company A, 31st Alabama Infantry Regiment.

Citations

  1. [S404] 1850 Cherokee Co, AL Census. Glenn and Beam households.
  2. [S392] James Glenn Family Records.