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Descendants of Jonathan M. Glover (updated 10-25-99)


Generation No. 2


2. ADGET MCGUIRE BAKER4 GLOVER (JONATHAN M.3, JAMES2, GLOVER1) was born 1822 in Madison County, Alabama, and died June 24, 1881 in Houston County, Texas. He married MANERVA CONNER October 28, 1841 in Madison County, Alabama.

Notes for A
DGET MCGUIRE BAKER GLOVER:
Found in Houston County, Texas in 1870. Moved to Texas in the late 1850's. Adget fought in the Civil War in the 22nd Texas Infantry Company G as a 1st Lt.

1870 Houston County, Texas Census (Page 444)
A.M.B. Glover; 48; AL
Minerva; 47;AL
Sarah; 18; AL
E. C.; 16; AL

More About A
DGET MCGUIRE BAKER GLOVER:
Individual Note: Member of the Augusta Logde No. 93 in Houston County, Texas
Military service: Bet. 1846 - 1848, Served as a Teamster in the Quarter Master Department of the US Army during the Mexican War. Pension application number WA-2883.
Religion: September 22, 1845, Listed as a Delegate from New Hope Baptist Church
     
Children of A
DGET GLOVER and MANERVA CONNER are:
  i.   NANCY A.5 GLOVER, b. 1843, Alabama; m. BARRY F. CAMPBELL, October 17, 1860, Cherokee County, Texas.
  ii.   ADGET MCGUIRE BAKER JR. GLOVER, b. 1845, Alabama.
11. iii.   SARAH GLOVER, b. December 1850, Alabama.
12. iv.   ELIZABETH CATHERINE GLOVER, b. August 1853, Alabama.


3. ELIZABETH MCD.4 GLOVER (JONATHAN M.3, JAMES2, GLOVER1) was born 1823 in Madison County, Alabama, and died Bef. May 1885 in Madison County, Alabama. She married JOHN W. NELSON September 10, 1842 in Madison County, Alabama, son of ANDREW NELSON and MARY GLOVER.

Notes for E
LIZABETH MCD. GLOVER:
When Elizsabeth died, Rev. J. W. Dunn was appointed guardian of the minor children.

More About E
LIZABETH MCD. GLOVER:
Census: 1880, Madison County, Alabama E. D. 227 Page 11.

Notes for J
OHN W. NELSON:
1850 Census living next to John W. Baker.

Nelson, John; 30 M; Farmer; 300; Ala
Nelson, Elisabeth; 26 F; Ala;
Nelson, Angelana L; 4 F; Ala


1860 Census page 131.

Enlisted in 49th (CSA) Alabama Infantry Regiment Company H.
     
Children of E
LIZABETH GLOVER and JOHN NELSON are:
  i.   ANGELANA L.5 NELSON, b. 1845.
  ii.   MARY NELSON, b. 1854.


4. BRUNETTA WEBSTER4 GLOVER (JONATHAN M.3, JAMES2, GLOVER1) was born 1821 in Madison County, Alabama, and died Bef. May 1885 in Madison County, Alabama. She married WILLIAM MOON December 03, 1845 in Madison County, Alabama, son of RICHARD MOON and MARGARET ADAIR.

Notes for W
ILLIAM MOON:
1850 Census Madison County, Alabama:

Moon,William;26;M;Farmer;250;Alabama
Moon,Bernetta W.;28;F;Alabama
Moon,Sarah M.;3;F;      Alabama
Moon,Mary E.;1;F;Alabama

     
Children of B
RUNETTA GLOVER and WILLIAM MOON are:
13. i.   SARAH MARGARET5 MOON, b. Abt. 1847, Madison Co, Alabama; d. Bef. May 1885.
  ii.   RICHARD MOON, b. 1851, Madison Co, Alabama; d. Bef. May 1885, Madison Co, Alabama.
14. iii.   JAMES A. MOON, b. 1857, Madison County, Alabama.
  iv.   IDELLA MOON, b. 1859; m. CHARLES PIKE, July 19, 1882, Madison County, Alabama.
  More About CHARLES PIKE:
Census: 1880, Madison County, Alabama E. D. 227 Page 17.

  v.   OCTAVIA MOON, b. 1862; m. JAMES MCGAHA.
  vi.   MARY E. MOON, b. 1849; m. (1) WILLIAM E. BRANUM, July 22, 1878, Madison County, Alabama; m. (2) LAFAYETTE CAGLE, December 13, 1880, Madison County, Alabama.


5. ELEANOR WEBSTER4 GLOVER (JONATHAN M.3, JAMES2, GLOVER1) was born November 1826 in Madison County, Alabama, and died Aft. 1900 in Owens Cross Roads, Madison, Alabama. She married (1) CHARLES CLINTON CHILDRESS January 07, 1846 in Madison County, Alabama. She married (2) SAMUEL GUINN GREEN Aft. 1860 in Madison County, Alabama, son of BURKETT GREEN and REBECCA.

Notes for S
AMUEL GUINN GREEN:
            WILL OF SAMUEL GREEN

In the name of God Amen:

Know all men bt these presents that I, Samuel Green of Owens Cross Roads in the State of Alabama, being of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.

As to my worldly estate and all real personal of mixed property of which I shall be seized and possessed or to which I may be entitled at the time of my decease, I devise and dispose thereof in the manner following, towit:

FIRST my will is that all my just debts and funeral expenses shall by my executor hereinafter named be paid out of my estate as soon after my decease as convenient.

SECOND I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Ellen Webster, all on my household furniture and other personal property that I may own at the time of my death. I also give her to have and to hold during her natural life, but to become the property of my beloved son Milas Johnson Green, at her death, the following described real estate, all situated in Madison County, Alabama:
the east half of the northeast quarter of section twenty four in township five, of range one east also the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of said section twenty four, range one east containing seventy acres more or less and known as the Egbert Jones Place, whether this land above bequeathed be properly described or not: also the southwest half of the southwest quarter and the southeeast half of the southwest quarter, of section 14 township five range one east, containing 80 acres more or less, being my homestead and known as the John Hunt and William Ellett lands: also the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 22, township five range one east, containing forty acres more or less and known as the J. V. Ellett property: also the southeast half of the southeast quarter of section 15 township five range one east containing 40 acres more or less and known as the Hickman property: also the northeast part of fractional section twenty three, township five range one east, containing 56 acres more or less and known as the McGaha property.

It is my will that all of the above described real estate go to my son Milas Johnson Green at the death of my wife Ellen Webster and should he died before my wife Ellen Webster shall depart life, it is my will that all of the above described real estate and personal property, shall go to the heirs of my son Milas Johnson Green. It is my will that at the death of my wife that all the personal property including mules, cattles, hogs or other stock farming implements such as wagons, plows, cultivators & etc. that my wife shall become possessed of at the time of her death, that she has derived from me at my death, go and become the property of my son Milas Johnson Green.

THIRD Should my wife Ellen Webster die before I shall depart this life it is my will and I give devise and bequeath to my beloved son Milas Johnson Green the following described real estate, all situated in Madison County, State of Alabama, described as follows: SAME AS LISTED ABOVE\\

FOURTH I give, devise and bequeath to my son Milas John Green, the following property, two steam engines, two steam boilers, one grist mill, one saw mill, and one set of blacksmith tools.

FIFTH I give and devise and bequeath all my remaining real estate to my beloved children and heirs as follows: and each are to share equally in the division of the property and the children of my daughter Sarah Glover, Emily Buford and my son Samuel Green shall share equally with Mary Dixon, Martha McGaha, Rebecca Glover, Jane Clarkson, Lucinda Buford, Biddie Austin, each dead childs children receiving for their part, only a childs or equal part all the remaining estate shall be sold for division.

SIXTH I do nominate and appoint my son Milas Johnson Green and my good friend and legal counselor David A. Grayson, to be the executor of this my last will and testament and it is my will that they serve without bond.

In testimony whereof, I the said Samuel Green, have to this my last will and testament subscribed my name and affixed my seal this 27th day December, 1899. His Mark (X) Samuel Green

Witness to mark: J. H. Wallace, Jr.


The following people were notified of the Sale of Real Estate for Divison of Samuel Green, deceased, in the Huntsville Newpaper in November 17, 1908 by Milas Johnson Green, executor:

Martha McGaha residing in Ben Franklin, Texas
Mary Dixon residing in Merigold, Mississippi
Rebecca Glover residing in Benton Harbour, Michigan
Jane Clarkson residing in Powell, Texas
Nora Green, Duke Green & S. A. Green residing at Newbern, Tennessee.




     
Children of E
LEANOR GLOVER and CHARLES CHILDRESS are:
  i.   BIDDIE ANN5 CHILDRESS, b. March 1847, Owens Cross Roads, Madison, Alabama; d. Aft. 1900, Madison County, Alabama; m. ELIJAH M. AUSTIN, February 05, 1875, Madison County, Alabama.
  More About BIDDIE ANN CHILDRESS:
Census: 1900, Madison County, Alabama (living with Samuel Green)

  More About ELIJAH M. AUSTIN:
Census: 1880, Madison County, Alabama E.D. 227 Page 13.

  ii.   NANCY J. CHILDRESS, b. 1849.
  iii.   SARAH S. CHILDRESS, b. 1850, Owens Cross Roads, Madison, Alabama.
  iv.   CHARLES M. CHILDRESS, b. 1852, Owens Cross Roads, Madison, Alabama.
     
Children of ELEANOR GLOVER and SAMUEL GREEN are:
15. v.   EMILY5 GREEN, b. 1852, Madison Co, Alabama; d. 1891, Madison Co, Alabama.
16. vi.   MILAS JOHNSON GREEN, b. January 1867, Madison County, Alabama.


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