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From: Janet M Glenn <>
Subject: Re: [GLENN] re Thomas A. Glenn of MS and the Vernor lines
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 13:53:50 -0400
Hi Glenn's, Glenn's and more Glenn's:
I have a copy of the 1994 revised edition of the book, Glenn and Kin, by
Jeanette May Christopher. I find there are a Thomas A. and Thomas
Alexander Glenn mentioned, but cannot find any reference to a marriage to
a Vernor. Thomas Alexander Glenn, 8th child of William Coleman and
Elizabeth Wright Glenn, was b. in 1806 in SC, lived in Union County, SC,
until he moved with his family to Winston Co. MS in 1853, according to
I am aware of the MS reunion and may be able to find out who to contact
if anyone is interested. I had a friend who was very active in that
association, but unfortunately she is now deceased.
My late husband was a descendant of the Gideon Glenn line, but
unfortunately was not listed in the aforementioned book. The researcher
evidently did not have information about his father's children. My
husband's gggf was Rev. Thomas Davenport Glenn of Sumter County, SC.
If anyone needs me to look up anything from the book, I'll be glad to.
There were many Glenn's in SC in the late 1700's and early 1800's. Many
of them became Methodist preachers, and moved onto Georgia and beyond.
Seems that most of my husband's line finally settled in Alabama, but
there were a few who went on to MS and TX.
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