Monday, December 27, 2010

Heirs of Lewis E Glover, 1805-1863

Amanuensis: A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.

Amanuensis Monday, hosted by John Newmark at Transylvanian Dutch.


I am continuing with the Glover's in Niagara Falls. This article was found in an Albany paper which is clear across the state. I assume it was published there because it was the state capitol. There are a couple of omissions that I will address below. Lewis died a widower and childless.
Albany Journal, Wednesday, August 17, 1864 (no page number, front page?)

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK to Milton Glover, residing at Chattanoga, in the state of Tennessee; Melvina F. Parker, and Lowell H. Glover, residing at Cassopolis, in the state of Michigan; Hannah L. Carlisle, Harrison Glover, Jay Glover, Tamesin H. Glover, William Glover, Orville D arlisle[sic], Tamesin O Carlisle, Mary E. Carlisle, and Fanny S. Carlisle, residing at Buchanan, Berrien county, Michigan; Lewis E. Glover, Josephine. Glover, Malona _ Glover, and Wilber W. Glover, residing at White Pigeon, St Joseph county, Michigan, the heirs at law and next of kin to Lewis E. Glover, late of the town of Niagara, in the county of Niagara, deceased:

Whereas, James Vedder and Reuben Glover, executors named in the last will and testament of the said county of Niagara, to have the will of the said Lewis E. Glover, deceased, which relates to both real and personal estate proved and admitted to probate: you and each of you are therefore hereby __ted and required to appear before the said surrogate, at his office at Lockport, in said county on the 17th day of October, 1864 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to attend the proof and probate of said will.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of the surrogates court, of said county of Niagara, to be hereunto affixed. Witness Henry D. ___ipture, surrogate of our said county, at the office of said surrogate: the 11th day of August, A. D. 1864. GEO. W. PER__GO
Clerk of Surrogate Court

Executor, Reuben Glover was his brother and lived in Niagara Falls.

Milton Glover was his brother and was in Tennessee due to his service in the Civil War.

Melvina F Glover Baily Parker was his sister.

Hannah Lewis Glover Carlisle was his sister.

Harrison, Lowell H., Jay O., Tamesin H (aka Tamerson), and William H. Glover were the children of his deceased brother, Orville B. Glover, 1804-1852.

Orville D., Tamesin O. (aka Tamerson Z.), Mary E. and Fanny L. Carlisle were children of his deceased sister, Louisa Lambert Glover Carlisle, 1801-1851 (and step children of his sister Hannah L. Carlisle, named above.) [Not included was Louisa's son Isaac Ashley Carlisle. Orville, Ashley and Hannah were all away from home, serving in the Civil War at that time.)]

Lewis E., Josephine, Malona, and Wilber W. Glover were the children of his deceased brother, William H. Glover. 1809-1863.

Survivors not listed were sisters, Eveline Glover Hibbard of Barre, Orleans Co., NY and Rhehamah Glover Smith of Orleans Co, NY. I assume they were not listed as they were more or less local and undoubtedly had been contacted in person.

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