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Alexander,2 GLASGOW, 1807-1857, 50yrs
Fourth Generation!
Alexander,2 GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.]
(2nd Son of: John,2 GLASGOW & Mother: Feninab THOMAS, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
(GrandSon of: Hugh,2 GLASGOW & Sallie BLAIR of Deer Creek Twp., Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
(Gr-ndSon of: Hugh,1 GLASGOW & Miss McCULLOUGH of County of Tyrone, Ireland
Need. Photo of b. 07 Jan 1807, Butler Co., or Bakerstown, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
d. 18 Dec 1857, age 50yrs, 11mths, & 11 days, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Buried: Sharon Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks his grave. [See: Cem.Rec.]
At age 24yrs he married. in 1831 in Bakerstown, Alleghany Co., PA. to:
Need. Photo of 17 year old. Miss Sarah TAGGART,
(Dau of M/M TAGGART of Northern Ireland
b. 30 Oct 1814, County Antrim, Ireland.
d. 23 Aug 1895, age 81yrs SE Page Center, IA.
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa. [Lot 68, Plot#4]
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks her grave. [See: Cem.Rec.]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 10 Children born to this Union:
  (6 Sons & 4 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.1.01. 1st Son:   Elias "Thomas" GLASGOW,  PA. *1832-1907 a75yrs IA.  Never Married!  
 1.1.02. 2nd. Son:   Andrew Wilson GLASGOW,  PA. *1834-1857 a23yrs IA.  bd. Sharon Cemetery!  
 1.1.03. 3rd. Son:   John Calvan GLASGOW,  PA. *1837-1926 a89yrs IA.  m. *1876 Mary E. NELSON,   6Ch.
 1.1.04. 1st Dau:   Mary Agnes GLASGOW,  PA. *1839-1840 a10mth PA.  bd. Pine Creek Cemetery!  
 1.1.05. 2nd. Dau:   Sarah Ann GLASGOW,  PA. *1840-1923 a82yrs IA.  m. *1878 William Robt DUNN,   4Ch.
 1.1.06. 4th Son:   Donald. Cargill GLASGOW,  PA. *1843-1929 a86yrs IA.  m. *1881 Abby S. WILSON,   8Ch.
 1.1.07. 5th Son:   Robert Hamilton GLASGOW,  PA. *1846-1855 a20yrs IA.  Was Murdered. by Gang Member!  
 1.1.08. 3rd. Dau:   Elizabeth GLASGOW,  PA. *1849-1931 a81yrs IA.  m *1874 Hugh W. WALKINSHAW,   7Ch.
 1.1.09. 4th Dau:   Mary A., 2nd. GLASGOW,  IA. *1850-1853 a 3yrs IA.  bd. Sharon Cemetery!  
 1.1.10. 6th Son:   William Killough GLASGOW,  IA. *1854-1940 a86yrs IA.  m. *1910 Margaret A. MORGAN,,   1Ch.
  26    Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

 Chronological Timeline!
 Alexander,2 GLASGOW & Sarah TAGGART
 Item  Date  Age  Description (Click on Date for more Information!)  Living in Co.
 Born Click on Redball for More Info. 1807     on 07th Jan in home of Parents & 0 Siblings (1st Born) in   Bakerstown   Allegheny Co., PA.
 Married Click on Redball for More Info. 1831   24yrs  on __th ??? in home of Bride Miss Sarah TAGGART, in   Bakerstown   Allegheny Co., PA.
 Death Click on Redball for More Info. 1840   33yrs  on 14th Mar #04. 1st Dau: Mary,1 Agnes, d. 1yr   Bakerstown, "Typhoid Fever"   Allegheny Co., PA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1840   33yrs  on 01st Jun with Wife & 3 Sons, in   Bakerstown, "Farmer"   Allegheny Co., PA.
 1stMove Click on Redball for More Info. 1850   43yrs  prior to 9th Nov, some 193 Miles West with Wife & 7 Children to   Middlesex Twp.,   Butler Co., PA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1850   43yrs  on 09th Nov in home with Wife & 7 Children in   Middlesex Twp., Farmer $0<--?   Butler Co., PA.
 2ndMove Click on Redball for More Info. 1853   46yrs  prior to 17th Sep some 855 Miles West, with Wife & 7 Children to   Morning Sun Twp.,   Louisa Co., IA.
 Death Click on Redball for More Info. 1853   46yrs  on 17th Sep, #09, 4th Dau Mary,2 Agnes, 3yrs  Morning Sun Twp., of "Typhoid Fever"   Louisa Co., IA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1856   49yrs  on 1st Jun with Wife & 6 Children to   Morning Sun Twp. Own 70acres, Farmer,   Louisa Co., IA.
 3rdMove Click on Redball for More Info. 1856   49yrs  on 12th Feb, prio to they, moves across County line [S. 2.9 miles] into  Yellow Springs Twp.   Des Moines Co., IA.
 Death Click on Redball for More Info. 1857   50yrs  on 12th Feb, #02. 2nd Son Andrew Wilson, d. age 23yrs  Yellow Springs, "Typhoid Fever"   Des Moines Co., IA.
 Death Click on Redball for More Info. 1857   50yrs  on 18th Dec, Alex. d. 50yrs, 11mths, & 11 days,   Yellow Springs Twp., of "Typhoid Fever"   Des Moines Co., IA.
 "Widow" Sarah (Taggart) GLASGOW, age 38yrs with 6 Children; (4 Sons & 2 Dau's) #01. 1st Son: Elias Thomas, a25yrs; #03. 3rd Son: John C., a20yrs; #05. Sarah Ann, a17yrs; #06. 4th Son: Don/Dan, a 14yrs; #08. Elizabeth, a08yrs; #10. Wm. K., a03yrs.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1860   46yrs  on 15th Jun, Widow Sarah (Taggart) Keep'g House  Yellow Springs Twp., with 6 Ch.   Des Moines Co., IA.
 CivilWar Click on Redball for More Info. 1861   47yrs  on 18th Oct, Widow Sarah (Taggart) two Sons   John C., & Donald/Daniel joined the War   Des Moines Co., IA.
 CivilWar Click on Redball for More Info. 1865   51yrs  on 15th Jul, Sarah (Taggart) two Sons   John C., & Donald/Daniel returned from War   Des Moines Co., IA.
 4thMove Click on Redball for More Info. 1870   55yrs  on 28th Jul, before 2 Sons John C. & Don C., move 240 miles to   Harlan Twp.,   Page Co., IA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1870   56yrs  on 12th Jul, Widow Sarah (Taggart) Keep'g House  Yellow Springs Twp., with 3 Ch.   Des Moines Co., IA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1870   56yrs  on 28th Jul, #3. 3rd Son John C., living with WALKINSHAW Family, Harlan Twp.,   Page Co., IA.
 Census Click on Redball for More Info. 1880   66yrs  on 15th Jul, "Widow" Sarah, living with 2 Sons E.T. and Wm. K., Harlan Twp.,   Page Co., IA.
 History Click on Redball for More Info. 1890   76yrs  on 23th Jun, Elders & Deacons of Clarinda, RPC, 'Covenanters' Harlan Twp.,   Page Co., IA.
 

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo Co-Author of the 1996 Book "Covenanter Cemetery Families of Page Co., IA." and
Click on Redball for More Info. <---[Wife of Marvin D. FULK]  Researcher Phyliss (Dunn) Fulk Writes: Page 93
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 " Mrs Sarah (Taggert) GLASGOW, came to America when 5 yrs old, [1819] landing at Philadelphia. In 1851 they Moved to Louisa Co., IA and. the Sharon Reformed. Presbyterian Church. ['Covenanter's'] Alexander GLASGOW, was elected. Deacon and. served. until his death, 18 Dec 1857 (with typhoid. fever). Buried. in Sharon Cemetery, Morning Sun, Iowa.
In 1873 the family Moved to Page Co., IA, 2 mile east of Page Center and. united. with the Clarinda R.P.C. [Reformed. Presbyterian Church 'Covenanter's']
 Possible Record Problem!
 The GLASGOW's moved in 1851, to Yellow Spring Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa, Not Louisa Co.! per 1860 Census. The Sharon R.P.C. Church & Cemetery is on Section 8, Yellow Spring Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa, some 4 1/2 miles south of Morning Sun, Louisa Co., Iowa. ..prs

GLASGOW Family by Willial Helancthon GLASGOW who wrote,
"The History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in America" in 1888.
      My ancestry, so far as able to trace it, dates back to the sixteenth century, with their residence in GLASGOW, Scotland. The family name was Cameron, and during the dark days of persecution, found an asylum in the north of Ireland. Here they were known as the "GLASGOW people" because they came from the city of GLASGOW.

      During the "Siege of Derry" they were of a military turn of mind and were in the army as officers and privates against King James. After the settlement of affairs at Londonderry and the discharge of the Army, some of them remained, and being joined by others of the same family during the persecution, they remained and established a home in the new country. "You GLASGOW Men" was a favorite and common expression and designated the Cameron soldiers.

      This appellation was generally accepted, and gradually became adopted by the family, which for two hundred years has been the legal and accepted name of the family. The male members of the family were weavers, and in Ireland plied that trade and the vocation of farming. They were a large, strong, thrifty people, strong in body and strong in convictions. They were staunch Presbyterians, and perpetuated their religious customs in the land of thair adoption. Marrying in that country, they gradually separated and found different vocations, as well as scattered homes. For five generations at least the family history can be traced.

 First Generation!
      My great-great-grandfather: Hugh,1 GLASGOW, b. 1724, was a native of the County of Tyrone, Ireland. When a young man he fell out with a neighbor, engaged in a personal combat in which he was the victor, but because of prosecution and the severe penalty, he fled to County of Derry. Being a weaver by trade, he found employment with one McCullough. He soon, however, fell in love with his host's charming daughter, [Wm. M. never mentions her given Name?] and they were happily married. To them was born three sons:
#1.1. John,1 GLASGOW
#1.2. Robert,1 GLASGOW, and
#1.3. Hugh,2 GLASGOW, b. 1753 m. Sarah BLAIR, 5Ch.

 Second Generation!
      The youngest #3. Hugh,2 GLASGOW, was born 1753, married Miss Sallie BLAIR, in their native country, to whom were born [7 Ch.] five sons and two daughters, viz:
1.3.1. 1st Son: John,2 GLASGOW, m. Peninnah THOMAS, 8Ch.
1.3.2. 2nd Son: Clatworthy GLASGOW (commonly called "Tatty")
1.3.3. 3rd Son: Hugh,3 GLASGOW (twin) and
1.3.4. 1st Dau: Nancy GLASGOW (twin), lived to be eighty-eight, and both died in the same year.
(Hugh,3 was an exceedingly large and corpulent man, and became so useless by his enormity that he was derricked in and out of bed and spent his leisure time in reading his Bible; also,
1.3.5. 4th Son: Alexander,1 GLASGOW;
1.3.6. 2nd Dau: Mary GLASGOW; and
1.3.7. 5th Son: Robert,2 GLASGOW.

      The family emigrated to America in August, 1796, and landed at New Castle, Delaware. Upon their arrival they were accosted and reproachfully called "Irishmen", which they indignantly denied, but were "Scotchmen", as the "Irish" were Catholics and the Scotch of Ireland were Protestants. They found a resting place in York County, Pennsylvania, about five miles from Little York. They remained there about five years, [1801] and migrated to Washington County, where they remained a few months and then permanent settled in Deer Creek Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania about sixteen [16] miles northeast of Pittsburgh. Here they bought a farm of 106 acres and moved upon it in March 1803.
The family were members of the Presbyterian Church in their native country, but coming to this country, they joined the "Associate Reformed Church".

 Third Generation!
     #1.3.1. John,2 GLASGOW, the oldest son of this family, married Miss Peninnah THOMAS, who was a native of the Redstone district near the Forks of the Yough. Their meeting was on this wise. The young man, who had been reared in the Presbyterian and Associate Reformed church, walked from Deer Creek to the Forks of the Yough to attend a Communion dispensed by the Revs. John BLACK and Samuel B. WYLIE. Here he connected with the Covenanter Church. At this same Communion came on foot a charming maiden from the same community, whose father was a Presbyterian Elder, and she also was convinced and joined the Covenanter Church. Between these young persons, meeting at the Lord's Table for the first time, sprung up an acquaintance that ripened into love and culminated in marriage in 1804.
 To #1.3.1. John,2 GLASGOW & Peninnah THOMAS were born eight children, four boys and four girls, four right-handed and four left-handed, viz:
 Fourth Generation!
     1.3.1.1 1st Son: Hugh,4 GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.2 2nd Son: Alexander,2 GLASGOW, b. 1807~1857 50yrs, m. c1831 Miss Sarah TAGGART, 10Ch.
     1.3.1.3 1st Dau: Sarah GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.4 3rd Son: Moses GLASGOW, b. *1809,
                m. 1st *1839 OH. Miss Mary J.PIERCE, 4Ch.
                m. 2nd c1848 OH. Mrs Martha (Warden) THOMPSON, 0Ch.
     1.3.1.5 4th Son: Robert,3 GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.6 2nd Dau: Nancy GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.7 3rd Dau: Mary GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.8 4th Dau: Amy GLASGOW,
all of whom became members of the Covenanter Church.

      #1.3.1.4. Moses GLASGOW, the third son and fourth child, was born on the paternal farm near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA, October 29, 1809. At seventeen years of age he left the farm and went to Pittsburgh to learn a trade. His father put him under the care of Mr. Phillip MOWEY, who saw that he attended church and society meetings. He became an apprentice to Rice and Beatty, blacksmiths, on Penn Ave., near 8th St. and attended the Oak Alley Covenanter Church under Dr. John BLACK. In the fall of 1830, he went to Cincinnati and there remained but a few months, and then went on horseback to visit his Uncle Moses THOMAS, near Danville, Illinois, on the Vermillion River. In the fall of 1831, he returned to Cincinnati, and began the carpenter trade with his brothers Hugh,4 and Robert,3 GLASGOW. In March 1832, he made a visit to his native place in Pennsylvania, and returned to Cincinnati in June. In the fall at 1834, he took shipping on the "Paragon" for Columbia, Arkansas, where he built cotton gins on the Mississippi where he remained in all five years or until June 1839, when from New Orleans he returned to Cincinnati, Ohio on Nov 05, 1839 he married first Miss Mary Jane PIERCE, by Rev. Samuel McKINNEY on Walt St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Mary J. (Pierce) GLASGOW died in March 1846, leaving two small children. In 1848, he married second to Mrs Martha (Warden) THOMPSON, of Pittsburgh, by Rev. Sproull, to whom were born three girls and one boy, viz:
 Fourth Generation!
     1.3.1.4.1 1st Dau: Mary Jane GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.4.2 2nd Dau: Clara Trumbull GLASGOW,
     1.3.1.4.3 3rd Dau: Peninnah Thomas GLASGOW, and
     1.3.1.4.4 Only Son: William Melanchthon GLASGOW, b. 1856 <---This 1888 Author!
Came to Northwood in the fall of 1850, and in 1857 moved to farm one and a half miles west of Belle Centre. In March 1863, removed to Belle Centre, where the family has since remained.

      Grandfather John,2 GLASGOW, born County Derry, Ireland, near Portglenone, April 28, 1780. Parents belong to Synod of Ulster. Came to America in August 1796. Joined the Covenanter Church in 1804. Ordained a valiant elder in Pine Creek Congregation in 1822, where, he served until his death. He stood faithfully to the principles of the church in 1833. Even while his pastor and the majority of the people abandoned them. He was faithful in the discharge of every official, paremtal and Christian duty. He died after severe suffering from acute "rheumatism" at his home near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA, August 28, 1840, and his remains lie buried in the old Pine Creek Church yard awaiting the resurrection.

 Sharon, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC) and Cemetery (a.k.a. "Sharon Covenanter" Cemetery)
 Postal Address: 25204 160th Avenue, Morning Sun, Iowa 52640
 Actual Location: Section 8, Yellow Springs Township [T-72-N, R-3-W], Des Moines Co., Iowa.

1875 Louisa Co., Iowa by Andreas A.T. (Alfred Theodore, 1839-1900 61yrs - Click on Thumbnail for More Info! 1875 Des Moines Co., Iowa by Andreas A.T. (Alfred Theodore, 1839-1900 61yrs - Click on Thumbnail for More Info! Iowa House District 88 dated 2011 - Click on Thumbnail for More Info! Sharon, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC Covenanters) For Christ Crown & Convenant - Click on Thumbnail for More Info! Sharon, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC Covenanters) to Page Co., Iowa 239 miles by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Sharon, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC Covenanters) 4,000ft Vcinity Map, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Sharon, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC Covenanters) 500ft Vicinity Map, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
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"Father"
Alexander,2 GLASGOW,
b. 07 Jan 1807 ~ d. 18 Dec 1857,
age 50yrs, 11mths, & 11 days,
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: FAG Memorial
# 80310479

"#2 2nd Son"
A. Wilson GLASGOW,
b. 13 Dec 1834 ~ d. 12 Feb 1857,
age 22yrs, 1mth, & 29 days,
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: FAG Memorial
# 80310605

"#7 5th Son"
Robert H. GLASGOW,
b. 27 Jul 1846 ~ d. 10 Dec 1866,
age 20yrs, 4mths, & 13 days,
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: FAG Memorial
# 80311409

"#9 4th Dau"
Mary Agnes GLASGOW, II
b. 27 Mar 1850, ~ d. 17 Sep 1853, age 3yrs, 5mths, & 20 days
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: FAG Memorial
# 80311514

Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: FAGrave.com Map! GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 41.04881N, Longitude: -91.23560W
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: Google.com Map! GPS     Coordinates: Latitude: 41.04797N Longitude: -91.23665W
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: IA-GenWeb; Cem. Index,  Coordinates: Latitude: 41.04833N Longitude: -91.235833W
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: Active Church: Homepage, their Pulpit is vacant at the present time!
Abandoned Covenanter, Reformed Presbyterian Church  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Abandoned Covenanter, Reformed Presbyterian Church  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Abandoned Covenanter, Reformed Presbyterian Church  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! <---Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!

 Possible Record Problem #1
 Their are two (2) Covenanter Church & Cemeteries in Des Moines Co., Iowa.
 #1. "Covenanter ~ Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery" this is a "Abandoned" with a Postal Address as: Mediapolis, Des Moines County, Iowa. This well maintained Cemetery, consists of about 60+ which have been inventoried by IA-GenWeb and Find A Grave.com. It is located on Section 29, of Twp-72-N., R-3-W. of Yellow Springs Township.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- It has GPS Map Coord: 41.001282N, -91.234363W
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: IA-GenWeb Cemetery Inventory Listing!
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 Possible Record Problem #2
 From our [REF:#15, 093pg] Phyliss always refer to the Postal address: "Morning Sun, Louisa County, Iowa", it is NOT in that County! It's 4 1/2 miles south on "Section 8, Yellow Springs Township [T-72-N, R-3-W], Des Moines Co., Iowa."
....prsjr

Typ Yankee Soldier - Click on this Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Typ Yankee Soldier - Click on this Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  Civil War USA
 Two Brothers John C. & Donald C. GLASGOW
 were with the   8th Iowa Cavalry Regiment,
USA Cavalry - Click on this Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
 Regiment was Organized at Davenport, Iowa Oct 18, 1861
 Mustered Out on July 15, 1865, Louisville, Ky.
 USA UNION IOWA VOLUNTEERS

 The 11th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, was organized at Davenport September 28 to October 18, 1861. Ordered to St. Louis, Mo., November 1. Attached to Dept. of Missouri to March, 1862. 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Army of Tennessee, to April, 1862. 3rd Brigade, 6th Division, Army of Tennessee, to July, 1862 and District of Corinth to November, 1862. 3rd Brigade, 6th Division, Left Wing, 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of Tennessee, to December, 1862. 3rd Brigade, 6th Division, 16th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee, to January, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 6th Division, 17th Army Corps, to September, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 17th Corps, to April, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, 17th Corps, to July, 1865.
 SERVICE
 Moved to Jefferson City, Mo., November, 1861, and duty there till March, 1862. Expedition to Booneville December 8, 1861, and to Providence and Booneboro December 14. Moved to Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., March 10, 1862. Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., April 6-7. Advance on and siege of Corinth, Miss., April 29-May 30. Duty at Corinth and Bolivar till November. Battle of Corinth October 3-4. Pursuit to Ripley October 5-12. Grant's Central Mississippi Campaign November, 1862, to January, 1863. Moved to Memphis, Tenn., January 12, 1863; thence to Lake Providence, La., January 18. Expedition to Richmond, La., January 29-31. Richmond January 30. Duty at Lake Providence till April. Movement on Bruinsburg and turning Grand Gulf April 25-30. Battle of Port Gibson May 1 (Reserve). Battles of Raymond May 12. Jackson May 14. Champion's Hill May 16. Big Black River Crossing May 17. Siege of Vicksburg May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22. Expedition to Mechanicsburg May 26-June 4. Surrender of Vicksburg July 4. Advance on Jackson July 5-10. Guard ammunition and subsistance trains at Vicksburg till February, 1864. Expedition to Monroe, La., August 20-September 2, 1863. Expedition to Canton October 14-20. Meridian Campaign February 3-March 6. Veterans on furlough March and April. Non-Veterans garrison duty at Mound City, Ill. Moved to Clifton, Tenn.; thence march to Ackworth, Ga., via Huntsville and Decatur, Ala., and Rome, Ga., April 21-June 8. Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign June 8-September 8. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June 10-July 2. Bushy Mountain June 15-17. Assault on Kenesaw June 27. Nickajack Creek July 2-5. Chattahoochie River July 6-17. Leggett's or Bald Hill July 20-21. Battle of Atlanta July 22. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 25. Flank movement on Jonesboro August 25-30. Battle of Jonesboro August 31-September 1. Lovejoy Station September 2-6. Pursuit of Hood into Alabama October 1-26. Snake Creek Gap October 15-16. March to the sea November 15-December 10. Siege of Savannah December 10-21. Campaign of the Carolinas January to April, 1865. Pocotaligo, S.C., January 14-16. Salkehatchie Swamps February 3-5. River's Bridge February 3. Edisto Railroad Bridge February 7. South Edisto River February 9. Orangeburg February 11-12. Columbia February 15-17. Cheraw March 3. Fayetteville, N. C., March 11. Battle of Bentonville March 20- 21. Occupation of Goldsboro March 24. Advance on Raleigh April 9-13. Occupation of Raleigh April 14. Bennett's House April 26. Surrender of Johnston and his army. March to Washington, D. C., via Richmond, April 29-May 20. Grand Review May 24. Moved to Louisville, Ky., June. Mustered out July 15, 1865.
 Regiment lost during service 5 Officers and 86 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 166 Enlisted men by disease. Total 259.
 Source:
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1902 Section Map, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. 2009 - - Click on Thumbnail Larger Photo!  Some Early GLASGOW, Property  Entered: 1870
 All in Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 Township 68 (Harlan), North of Range 37 West of the 5th Principal Meridian
<---Click on Thumbnail Larger Map!
     Thomas GLASGOW, 40 acre Property
40 acres, on NE, NE, SE, Section 17, with Residence & Out-Buildings.
     John C. GLASGOW, 230 acre Property
70 acres, on S, NW, Section 21, less 10 acres and
40 acres, on NW, NE, NE, Section 20, with Residence & Out-Buildings and
40 acres, on NE, NE, NW, Section 20 and
80 acres, on E, SE, Section 20 with Residence & Out-Buildings
     William K. GLASGOW, 50 acre Property
40 acres, on SE, SE, SE, Section 17, with Residence & Out-Buildings, and
10 acres, on NW, NW, NW, NW, Section 21.

Typical Homeplace, Page Co., Iowa  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 1875 ~ Harlan Twp., with Sections Map! Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 1902 ~ Harlan Twp., with Sections Map!
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 1930 ~ Harlan Twp., with Sections Map! Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 2010 ~ GLASGOW Land, with Sections Map!
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 1902 Harlan Twp., All of the School Districts
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: 1902 Harlan Twp., School Dist. #3 "McNutt/Keystone School Dist."
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source <---See: Clarinda, Covenanter Church History
 Source: Page County, Iowa, Deed Book No. Page, 1900 & Uncle George K. ANNAN, from his Dad Earl ANNAN's Plat Book 1902, Page 13

 Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC) and Cemetery
(a.k.a. "Covenanter" Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., IA.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: 1902 Harlan Twp., Plat Map!      Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- See: Clarinda, Covenanter Church History

Vicinity Map! Distance Map from Clarinda, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Vicinity Map! 5,000ft. by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Vicinity Map! 1,000ft. by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Vicinity Map! 500ft. by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Dated: August 17th 2011   - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   Photo by Phyliss (Dunn) FULK, Nov 1976 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Photo Clarinda,  Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC Covenanters)  - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Photo Entrance FAGrave by Ron Livengood, 26 Nov 2008 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
"Mother"
Sarah (Taggart) GLASGOW,
b. 30 Oct 1814 ~ d. 23 Aug 1895,
age 80yrs, 9mths, & 23 days,
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Lot 68, Plot #4)
[Created. by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Jul 05, 1989]

Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find. A Grave Memorial# 50748646
[Created. by: ]

 
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: FAGrave.com Map! GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 40.6878000, Longitude: -95.0681000
      "Covenanter Cemetery, 2690 250th St, Clarinda, Page Co., IA."
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: Google.com Map! GPS     Coordinates: Latitude: 40.6877693 Longitude: -95.0683126
     "Covenanter Church, Clarinda, Iowa 51632"
Click on Redball for More Info. <---See: FOPC  Cemetery Index    "Covenanter Cemetery, Sec. 22 & 23, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa."
 Directions from Clarinda, Iowa:
 1. Head east on W State St toward N 16th St/N Glenn Miller Ave ~ 115 ft;
 2. Take the 1st right onto N 16th St/N Glenn Miller Ave., Continue to follow N 16th St ~ 1.6 miles;
 3. Continue onto US-71 South, ~ 2.1 miles;
 4. Turn right onto 250th St., Church will be on your Left (South) ~ 1.5 mile

1909 Covenanter Church -Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo  A Quilting at the "Covenanter" Church - 1909
 (Reformed Presbyterian Congergation), Harlan Twp., Page Co., IA.

<---Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!
 (Back Row; Left to Right)
1. Sam TONER, Click on Redball for E-Mail to this Source<--- 2. Hugh W. WALKINSHAW, 68yrs 3. Sam PINKERTON, 4. Margaret ( ) PINKERTON 5. Robert PINKERTON, 6. John BAYLES 7. May (Black) MARTIN, 8. Mrs Calvin WILKEY, Click on Redball for E-Mail to this Source<--- 9. John GLASGOW, 72yrs 10. Ruth (Blair) PRICE, 11. Mazie GLASGOW, 26yrs; 12. Fred MARTIN, 13. Meg (Pinkerton) McKEOWN, 14. Mrs John WALKER, 15. Mrs D.C. McINTOSH, (With Baby) 16. Belle DUNN, 17. Jennie TONER, 18. Marth BAYLES, 19. Margaret BLACK, 20. Katie BROWN, 21. Anna Mary MARTIN 22. Sarah (Glasgow) DUNN, 23. Jennie McCLELLAND, 24. Jane BLAIR, 25. Sarah EWING,
 (Front Row; Left to Right)
1. Mrs. Rose WHITHILL, 2. Mrs Belle KNOWLES 3. Mayme HUMPHREYS 4. Mary HUGGINS 5. "Eliza" (Nelson) GLASGOW, 62yrs

 Source: Click on Redball for E-Mail to this Source<--- [REF:#15. pg 013], the 1996 Book "Covenanter Cemetery Families of Page Co., IA." and
 Possible Record Problem!
 Missing #08. Elizabeth (Glasgow) WALKINSHAW, 60yrs

Fifth Generation!
Elias Thomas GLASGOW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Elias "Thomas" GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID#1.3.1.2.01]
(1st Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 27 Sep 1832, near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
d. 02 Jul 1907, age 74yrs, 9mths, & 5 days, Page Co., IA.
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., IA.
Where a Mounment marks his grave. [See: Covenanter Cemetery Lot 68, Plot #3]
See: Elias Thomas GLASGOW, Obituary Thursday, July 15, 1907

 Elias "Thomas" GLASGOW Census, Source Notes & Reference Records
 Born 1832 Sep 27th was 1st born in Parents home, near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
 Death 1840 Mar 14,  was age 7yrs when little sister Mary,1 Agnes, died age 1yr Bakerstown, PA. of "Typhoid Fever"
 Census 1840 June 01,  was age 8yrs living with Parents & 2 Brothers in Bakerstown, PA.
 1st Move 1850 Nov 09th, was age 18yrs when Parents & 6 Siblings, moved to Middlesex Twp., Butler Co., Pennsylvania
 Census 1850 Nov 09th, was age 18yrs living with Parents & 6 Siblings, in Middlesex Twp., Butler Co., Pennsylvania
 2nd Move 1853 Jun 01st,  was age 21yrs when Parents & 5 Siblings, moved to Morning Sun Twp., Louisa Co., Iowa
 Death 1853 Mar 17th, was age 21yrs when 2nd Sister Mary,2 Agnes, died 3yrs of "Typhoid Fever", in Morning Sun, Iowa
 Census 1856 Jun 17th, was age 24yrs NOT living with Parents and 5 Siblings in Morning Sun Twp., Louisa Co., Iowa
 Death 1857 Feb 12th was age 25yrs when Brother Andrew Wilson, died 23yrs of "Typhoid Fever", in Des Moines Co., Iowa
 Death 1857 Dec 18th, was age 25yrs when Father Alexander, died 50yrs of "Typhoid Fever", in Des Moines Co., Iowa
1871 was age 39yrs when Widow Mother moved to Page County, Iowa
He settled on the farm 7 mile SW of Clarinda. Thomas never married.
He was in poor health most his life. Member Reformed. Presbyterian Church.
He and brother Will, lived together on the home place.
Fifth Generation!
Angel  Marker! -  Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! Andrew Wilson GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.02]
(2nd Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 13 Dec 1834, near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
d. 12 Feb 1857, age 22yrs, 1mth, & 29 days, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Cause of Death: "Typhoid Fever"
Buried: Sharon Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks his grave. [See: Cem.Rec.]

Fifth Generation!
John Calvin GLASGOW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! John Calvin GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.03]
(3rd Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 04 Mar 1837, near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA. per [1888 Bio]
b. 04 Mar 1837, Butler Co., PA. per [REF:#15, 093pg]
d. 15 Oct 1926, age 89yrs, 7mths, & 11 days, Page Co., Iowa
Moved to Louisa Co., IA 1851.
In the Civil War, 11th Iowa Inf.
Joined. Clarinda Reformed. Presbyterian Apr 1870, from Sharon Congregation.
At age 41yrs he married. on 11 May 1878, Clarinda, Page Co., Iowa to:
Need Photo of 31 year old. Miss Mary "Eliza" NELSON,
(#9. 3rd. Dau of John NELSON & Mother: Priscilla BOVEE)
b. 24 Feb. 1847, Caladonia Co., Vermont
d. 05 Feb. 1922, age 74yrs, 11mths, & 11 days at home on S. 6th St. Clarinda, Iowa
Moved to Ellicottville, NY. Lived. Sec. 20 Harlan Twp. was a Farmer
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed. Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, "Covenanter"
Where a Mounment marks her grave [See: Lot #6,& 7]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 6 Children born to this Union:
  (3 Sons & 3 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.03.1 1st Dau:   Jennie "Maude" GLASGOW,  IA. *1877-1959 a82yrs MT.  m. IA. 1896, to Joshua Aultman EARHART,   6Ch
 1.3.1.2.03.2 2nd Dau:   Lillas May GLASGOW,  IA. *1879-1983 a104yrs MT.  m. IA. *1903, to Newton T. WHITE,   5Ch
 1.3.1.2.03.3 1st Son:   Robt. "Bert" Alex. GLASGOW,  IA. *1881-19?? a??yrs Co?  m. IA. Miss Hattie SPERRY,   0Ch
 1.3.1.2.03.4 3rd Dau:   Sarah "Mazie" P. GLASGOW,  IA. *1883-1966 a83yrs CA.  She Never Married!  
 1.3.1.2.03.5 2nd Son:   John Frederick GLASGOW,  IA. *1885-1953 a67yrs IA.  m. Mrs Grace Mae (BROWN) EBERLY,   0Ch
 1.3.1.2.03.6 3rd Son:   James "Stanley" GLASGOW,  IA. *1889-1959 a69yrs IA.  m. Miss Nettle DePUEY,   0Ch
  11    Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 


	1. Jennie "Maude" GLASGOW,
		(1st Dau of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 02 Sep 1877, Page Co., Iowa. 
		d. 27 Nov 1959, age 82yrs, 2mths, & 25 days, Pondera Co., Montana 
		Buried:  Conrad, Pondera Co., MT. Christian Church. 
		m. 1st 17 Nov 1896, to Joshua Aultman EARHART, b. 1861 
		(s/o Daniel & Sarah (Hood) Earhart). Hed. 29 Mar 1936; 
		she m. 2nd.  12 Aug 1943, LUTHUR DAVID BRODE. 
		Earhart children all born Montana: 
		(1) Anna Velma       1898 m. Jonathan Samuel Loeffler; 
		(2) Walter GLASGOW   1900 m. JennieSophia Lane; 
		(3) William Ralph    1902 m. Ellen Dudek; 
		(4) Warren Herschel  1904 m. Bertha Gunderson; 
		(5) John/Jack Calvin 1910 m. Olive Theresa Knaff; 
		(6) Nary Eliza       1912 m Edward. Eugene Slaughter.

	2. Lillas May GLASGOW, 
		(2nd Dau of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 11 Mar 1879, Page Co., Iowa [No SSD# Found?]
		d. 13 Jul 1983, age 104yrs, 4ths, & 2 days, Los Angeles, Calif.
		Buried: Cemetery Unknown (to me)
		At age 23yrs she married on 07 Jan 1903, Page Co., Iowa to:
		27 year old Newton "Newr" T. WHITE,
		(Son of Thomas N. WHITE & Mother: Maggie MILLAR)
		b. 21 Oct 1875, in Iowa
		d. 11 Apr 1955, 79yrs, Los Angeles, California
		They lived Page and Taylor Counties in Iowa, then California. 
		They had 5 Children:
		(1) Ethel Margaret WHITE, b/d. 1905, Bedford, IA. 
			Buried:  Covenanter Cemetery (#6 on Lot 92) No stone; 
		(2) Donald. C.      WHITE, 1908; 
		(3) Dean P.         WHITE, 1910;
		(4) Dale            WHITE, 1914; 
		(5) Eunice          WHITE, 1916, m Edward. Smith.


	3. Robert "Bert" Alexander GLASGOW, 
		(1st Son of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 13 Feb 1881, Page Co., Iowa 
		d. [No SSD# Found?]
		Married:
		Miss Hattie SPERRY,
		Farmer, Ft Morgan, CO. 
		No Children.

	4. Sarah "Mazie" Priscilla GLASGOW,
		(3rd Dau of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 10 Aug 1883, Page Co., Iowa. Clerk, Bookkeeper. [SSD# 516-20-5684 MT.]
		d. 09 Nov 1966, age 83yrs, 2mths, & 29 days,
		Huntington Park, Los Angeles, CA. 90255
		She Never Married!
		Her life had been one of service to her loved ones.

	5. John Frederick GLASGOW, 
		(2nd Son of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 21 Dec 1885, Page Co., Iowa.
		d. 16 Feb 1953, age 67yrs, 1mth, & 25 days, Page Co., IA.
		Both Buried:  Covenanter Cemetery. (#1,#2 on Lot 92).
		(Bd. Covntr. CHJ 12 Mar 1953, CHJ 19 Feb. 1953
		At the age of 24yrs, on 23 Feb. 1910, Page Co., IA. he married
		24 year old. Mrs Grace Mae (BROWN) EBERLY,
		b. 29 Mar 1886, Henry co, Ill; 
		d. 9/19 Mar 1954, a68y at Clarinda Muni. Hospt; 
		(Bd. Covntr; CHJ 11 Mar 1954, CHJ 05 Apr 1954
		Grace was a step-dau. of Benjamin Henry Eberly and 
		Elizabeth Jane (MALONEY) BROWN; They lived just north of
		the Covenanter church. Farmer; Reformed Presbyterian Church. 
		No children. 

	6. James "Stanley" GLASGOW, 
		(3rd Son of John C. GLASGOW & Mother: M. "Eliza" NELSON)
		b. 16 Dec 1889, Page Co., Iowa
		d. 18 May 1959, age 69yrs, 5mths, & 2 days, Page Co., Iowa
		At age 26yrs he married 18 Aug 1916, Page Co., Iowa
		25 year old Miss Nettle DePUEY,
		b. 18 Aug 1891, Page Co., IA. [SSD# 482-48-3182 IA.]
		d. __ Feb 1969, age 77yrs, Clarinda, Page Co., IA. 51632
		He ran a dairy in Clarinda, Iowa
		No children.

Fifth Generation!
Angel  Marker! -  Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! Mary Agnes GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.04]
(1st Dau of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandDau of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 04 Mar 1839, near Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
d. 14 Mar 1840, age 1yrs & 10 days, near Bakerstown (Now Allison Park), Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
Cause of Death: "Typhoid Fever"
Buried: Pine Creek Church & Cemetery, Allison Park, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Where a "Single" Mounment marks her grave.
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 80402932 [Created by: Paul R Sarrett, Nov 14, 2011 ]

Fifth Generation!
John Calvin GLASGOW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Sara Ann GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.05]
(2nd Dau of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandDau of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 01 Dec 1840, Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
d. 18 Aug 1923, age 82yrs, 8mths, & 17 days, Page Co., Iowa
Buried: Blanchard Cemetery, Blanchard, Page Co., Iowa
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Row 5, Lot 7) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 23617593 [Created by: Leon Barton, Dec 29, 2007]
At age 37yrs she married on 21 Mar 1878, Page Center, Page Co., Iowa to: (As his 2nd Wife!)
Need Photo of William Robert DUNN,
b. 13 Oct 1834, Washington Co., Pennsylvania
d. 12 Aug 1895, age 60yrs, 9mths, & 29 days, Blanchard, Page Co., Iowa.
Buried: Blanchard Cemetery, Blanchard, Page Co., Iowa
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Row 5, Lot 7) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 23617543 [Created by: Leon Barton, Dec 29, 2007]
They had 4 Children born to this 2nd Union: (3 Sons & 1 Dau)
At age 25yrs he married first in 1859 to:
Need Photo of Miss Rachel McCLELLAND,
b. 1838 ~ d. 1873, age 35yrs
They had 5 Children born to this 1st Union: (2 Sons & 3 Dau's)
 FIRST MARRIAGE: c1859 with Miss Rachel McCLELLAND, 5Ch.
  (2 Sons & 3 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.05.1 1st Dau:  Susan "Lizzie" DUNN,  b. 10 Mar 1861,
 d. bfr 1901, Clay Center, KS.
 m. Matthew STEWART,   0Ch
 1.3.1.2.05.2 2nd Dau:  Sarah Jane/"Jennie" DUNN,  b. 1863,
 moved Whitter, Calif.
 m. John W. WALKER,   7Ch
 1.3.1.2.05.3 1st Son:  Thomas DUNN,  b. 1865,
 d. Young
 Not Traced!  
 1.3.1.2.05.4 2nd Son:  John Milton DUNN,  b. 1867,
 d. 1877, a10yrs
 d. Wyman, Louisa Co., IA.  
 1.3.1.2.05.5 3rd Dau:  Nancy Lidia DUNN,  b. 1870,
 d. 1877, a10yrs
 m. Robert PECK,
Lived Northboro, IA.
  6Ch.
 SECOND MARRIAGE: 24 Mar 1878 with Miss Sarah Ann GLASGOW, 4Ch.
  (3 Sons & 1 Dau)
 1.3.1.2.05.6 1st Dau:  Bertha Mary DUNN,  b. 11 Nov 1880, IA.
 d.
 m. Tom Edgar HENDERSON,
  ?Ch
 1.3.1.2.05.7 1st Son:  Wm. Thomas Gault DUNN,  b. 30 Jan 1883, MO.
 Westboro, Atchison Co.
 d. 07 Dec 1968, 85yrs
 bd. Clarinda Cem.
 m. 1st 12 Jun 1907, Clarinda, IA.
 Pearl Anna BLACK,
  5Ch
 "2nd"  "2nd"  "2nd"  m. 2nd 15 Nov 1952, Clarinda, IA.
 Dorothy Gregg LEE,
 b. 1904~
  0Ch.
 1.3.1.2.05.8 2nd Son:  John Oliver Glasgow DUNN,  b. 04 Sep 1884, MO.
 Westboro, Atchison Co.
 d. 15 Mar 1902, 17yrs
 bd. Blanchard Cem.
 Was killed in a Barn Fire!
 
 1.3.1.2.05.9 3rd Son:  Not Named DUNN,  b. 01 May 1886, MO.
 Westboro, Atchison Co.
 d. 01 May 1886,
 bd. Blanchard Cem.
 Cause of Death Unknown!
 
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

Fifth Generation!
John Calvin GLASGOW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Donald Cargill GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.06]
(4th Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 12 Apr 1843, Allegheny Co., PA. Moved to Louisa Co., Iowa 1851;
d. 29 May 1929, age 86yrs, 1mth, & 17 days, Page Co., Iowa
Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa
Where a "Double" Mounment marks his grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Section X, Row 1, Lot 10) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Civil War Iowa Co.C 11th Iowa Inf. 1861-1863; Page Co., IA 1870 (73).
Owned farms Iowa, Missouri (near Blanchard), College Springs after sold. farm 1911.
At a38y he married. on 10 Nov 1881, Clarinda, IA. to:
30 year old. Miss Abigail "Abby" Samarimus WILSON,
(2nd. d/o Aaron & Samarimus (Hamilton) Wright Wilson)
b. 02 Jul 1851 Morning Sun, Louisa Co., IA.
d. __ ___ 1938, age 87yrs Carmel, Monterey Co., Calif. [Not in CA-DC 1905-1955]
Winters in Orlando, FL; United Presbyterian Church.
Buried: Maple Hill Cemetery, Amity Twp., Page Co., Iowa
Where a "Double" Mounment marks his grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Section X, Row 1, Lot 10) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 8 Children born to this Union:
  Only 2 grew to maturity, Wilson W. & Edna Mae!
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.06.1. Infant:       Un-Named GLASGOW,  IA. Oct 1882-Oct 1882 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.2. Infant:       Un-Named GLASGOW,  IA. ___ 1884-___ 1884 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.3. 1st Son:   Wilson Waldo GLASGOW,  IA. 1886-1975 a88yrs OR.  Miss Elsie Alberta LITTLE,   7Ch.
 1.3.1.2.06.4. 2nd Son:       Warren GLASGOW,  IA. ___ 1887-___ 1887 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.5. 1st Dau:       Fay GLASGOW,  IA. ___ 1888-___ 1888 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.6. 3rd Son:       Louis/Lewis GLASGOW,  IA. Aug 1888-Aug 1890 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.7. 2nd Dau:       Alma GLASGOW,  IA. Feb 1888-Feb 1888 IA.  bd. Cemetery Unknown (to me)  
 1.3.1.2.06.8. 3rd Dau:   Edna Mae GLASGOW,  IA. 1893-19?? a??yrs ??.  m. 1st Unknown, Issue Unknown?   ?Ch.
 "2nd"  "2nd"  "2nd"  m. 2nd *1935 FL. Floyd Lee MANGRUM,   ?Ch.
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

Sixth Generation!
Need Photo of Wilson Waldo GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.06.3]
(1st Son of: Donald Cargill GLASGOW & Mother: "Abby" S. WILSON)
(GrandSon of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
b. 09 Mar 1886, Page Co., Iowa [SSD# 521-16-5217 CO.]
d. __ Mar 1975, 88-89yrs, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon 97203
Buried: With "Double Flat Marker", at Columbia Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Scappoose, Columbia Co., Oregon
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 43267276, [Created by: Mark and Glorene Stevens, Oct 18, 2009]
Click on Camera for Picture of Memorial Monument <---See: Photo of Find A Grave Monument, [Created by: Jan B., 6/24/2011]
At age 26yrs he married on 23 Aug 1912, Council Bluffs, Iowa to: [SP 23 Aug 1912]
Need Photo of 22 year old Miss Elsie Alberta LITTLE,
(Only Dau of James L. LITTLE & Mother: Eva Mae BARNHILL)
(GrandDau of Samuel BARNHILL & Anna E. MANES)
b. 11 May 1890, North part, Lincoln Twp., Nodaway Co., Missouri [SSD# 524-07-6467 Co.]
d. __ Feb 1984, age 93yrs Portland, Multnomah, Oregon 97203
Buried: With "Double Flat Marker", at Columbia Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Scappoose, Columbia Co., Oregon
Click on FAGrave Memorial for More Info. <---See: Find A Grave Memorial# 43267275, [Created by: Mark and Glorene Stevens, Oct 18, 2009]
Click on Camera for Picture of Memorial Monument <---See: Photo of Find A Grave Monument, [Created by: Jan B., 6/24/2011]

He Graduated from Blanchard High School;
Attended Tarkio College, Tarkio, Missouri,
Sponsored by: United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (Covenanters')
They Farmed home farm farm near College Springs, IA.
Homesteaded in Colorado. Operated A store in Morgan, Conejos Co., Colorado
Bought a home in Scappoose, Oregon; then later Portland, Oregon
Members of St Christian Church in Portland, Oregon. per [REF:#015]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 7 Children born to this Union:
  ( 2 Sons & 5 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.06.3.1 1st Dau:   Mary Margaret GLASGOW,  b. 13 Jul 1913,
 Blanchard, Iowa
 m. 1940, Denver, Colo.
 Kenneth PARTAIN,
  2Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.2 1st Son:   Don James GLASGOW,  b. 01 Mar 1915,
 Blanchard, Iowa
 m. 1947, Indiana?
 Virginia Louise PARTA,
 He Teacher, Santa Cruz, Calif.
  2Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.3 2nd Dau:   Barbara Mae GLASGOW,  b. 22 May 1920,
 Wiggins, Colo.
 d. 03 Mar 2001,
 Portland, Oregon
 bd. Unknown (to me)
 m. 1938, Orgeon,
 George F. SNAVELY,
 b. 16 Dec 1914 ~ d. 10 Apr 2003, 88yrs,
 Portland, Multnomah Co., OR. 97203
 He was a meat cutter, Portland, OR.
  ?Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.4 3rd Dau:    Bettie Lou GLASGOW,  b. 19 Sep 1922,
 Wiggins, Colo.
 m. 1950, Unknown Co.,
 Kenneth BURSON,
 Kenneth WWII. Pharmacist,
 Hilisboro, OR.
  ?Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.5 4th Dau:   Minnie Jeanne GLASGOW,  b. 24 May 1924,
 Wiggins, Colo.
 m. 1949, Unknown Co.,
 Harlan "Pat" Wesley HERWICK,
 He Electrician, Portland, OR.,
  ?Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.6 2nd Son:   William Edgar GLASGOW,  b. 04 Nov 1930,
 Wiggins, Colo.
 m. 19??, Unknown Co.,
 Darline "June" SHACKLETON,
 He Telephone Co. Portland, OR.,
  1Ch
 1.3.1.2.06.3.7 5th Dau:   Geraldine Abigail GLASGOW GLASGOW,  b. __ Jul 1932,
 Wiggins, Colo.
 Worked, Phone Company,
 Portland, OR.
  ?Ch
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

 Joyce Hacault, E-Mail: Sat, October 29, 2011, At:4:28:50 PM PSTime Writes:
 My family that came from Glasgow, Scotland, their name was Cameron then, but because they came from Glasgow they became known as the Glasgows, dropping Cameron.
 My mothers fathers name was Woodrow Wilson GLASGOW,
 My mothers mother name was, Elsie Mae LITTLE.
Elsie Mae LITTLE, went to Blanchard High school, her mother was Eva May LITTLE, her mother was Anne Elizabeth (Manes) BARNHILL.
After they married, they moved to Fort Morgan, Colo.
My mom was Barbara Mae (Glasgow) SNAVELY, she was born May 22, 1922, passed away March 3, 2001

  Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source [REF:#007]

Sixth Generation!
Need Photo of Edna Mae GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.06.8]
(1st Dau of: Donald Cargill GLASGOW & Mother: "Abby" S. WILSON)
(GrandDau of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
b. 29 Oct 1893, the farm near Blanchard, Iowa
d. Not Traced!
Married 1st in 1917; Unknown, Not Traced!
Married 2nd on 23 Oct 1935, Daytona, FL, [CHJ 11 Nov 1935]
Floyd Lee MANGRUM, of Calif.
b. 10 Sep 1890, at Pittsburg, Kansas
d.
Floyed was in WWI; Watch maker.
Precision work Electro-Dynamics during WII; Pasadina, CA;
They lived with her parents in their last years.

Fifth Generation!
Angel  Marker! -  Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! Robert Hamilton GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.07]
(5th Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 27 Jul 1846, Middlesex Twp., Butler Co., Pennsylvania
d. 10 Dec 1866, age 20yrs, 4mths, & 13 days, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Buried: Sharon Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks his grave. [See: Cem.Rec.]

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo Co-Author of the 1996 Book "Covenanter Cemetery Families of Page Co., IA." and
Click on Redball for More Info. <---[Wife of Marvin D. FULK]  Researcher Phyliss (Dunn) Fulk Writes: Page 93
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 Robert H. GLASGOW, was murdered, A group of boys in the neighborhood became involved in stealing, it began with chickens to roast, then to pigs, hiding them in a cave and selling them. Robert H. GLASGOW was involved but was determined to break with the gang. The others were afraid that he would reveal to authorities what he knew of the evil which had been going on. He was apparently confronted by the boys, near some hay stacks along the creek west of the Rock Bottom schoolhouse. His body was found there and he was buried in Sharon Cemetery. After Mr. James HENDERSON found a club covered with blood, John C. GLASGOW, (brother of Robert) doubted his alleged accidental death and insisted the body be disinterred. One member of the gang was present and was trembling continually and when the body was produced, examined and a skull fracture was discovered, the fellow confessed. The assailant was arrested, convicted. and served a sentence.

Fifth Generation!
Elizabeth (Glasgow) WALKINSHAW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! Elizabeth "Lizzie" GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.08]
(3rd Dau of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandDau of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 02 Jul 1849, Middlesex, Butler Co., Pennsylvania
d. 09 Feb 1931, age 81yrs, 7mths, & 7 days, Page Co., Iowa.
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks her grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Lot 93, Plot # 2) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
At age 24yrs she married on 05 Mar 1874, Page Co., Iowa to:
Photo of Hugh W. WALKINSHAW, 1909 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! 33 year old Hugh Wycoff WALKINSHAW,
(Son of John Jr. WALKINSHAW & Mother: Margaret GLASGOW of Ireland to Londonderry, Ohio)
(GrandSon of John, Sr. WALKINSHAW B& Mary HENRY, of Northern Ireland)
b. 09 Jul 1841, Guernsey Co., Ohio
d. 13 Oct 1921, age 80yrs, 3mths, & 4 days, Page Co., Iowa
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks his grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Lot 93, Plot # 1) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had 7 Children born to this Union:
  (2 Sons & 5 Dau's)
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.08.1 1st Dau:  Sarah "Margaret" WALKINSHAW,  b. 12 Feb 1875, IA.
 d. 11 Nov 1914, 39yrs MO.
 d. Amoret, Bates Co.
 bd. Covenanter Cem. (Lot 94,#4)
 m. 23 Oct 1901, Clarinda, IA.
 Jerome McKEE,  b. 1852~d.??
 1. Elmer Glenn McKEE, b. *1903
 2. Clark Walkinshaw McKEE, b. 1905
 3. John Henry McKEE, b. 1907
 4. Hugh Alex. McKEE, b. 1910
 5. Raymond McKEE, b. 1914
  5Ch
 1.3.1.2.08.2 2nd Dau:  Mary "Lavina" WALKINSHAW,  b. 04 Feb 1877, IA.
 d. 1955, age 78yrs
 bd. Unknown?
 m. 08 Apr 1903, Clarinda, IA.
 James Alex. FINLAY,
  b. 1875-1942, 67yrs
 1. Sarah Lavina FINLAY, b. 1904
 2. David Martin FINLAY, b. 1906
 3. George Walkinshaw FINLAY, b. 1908
 4. Robert Ward FINLAY, b. 1910
 5. John Calvin FINLAY, b. 1913
 6. Elizabeth FINLAY, b. 1917
 7. Arthur Renwick FINLAY, b. 1920
  7Ch
 1.3.1.2.08.3 1st Son:  John Clyde WALKINSHAW,  b. 20 May 1879, (Twn)
 d. 16 Aug 1954,
 age 75yrs, 2mths, & 26 days
 bd. Covenanter Cem. (Lot 94,#5)
   Neither of these boys, married.
 They were active, industrius and
 likeable men. Through their assistance
 long after they were of age, the
 mortgage was paid off and the home-
 place was improved with a new house
 barns, and other farm buildings.
 In later years they bought a farm
 just North of Elmo, MO. and lived alone.
 Both died in nursing homes, with no one,
 left for their Estate!...prsjr
 
 1.3.1.2.08.4 2nd Son:  Clarence C. WALKINSHAW,  b. 20 May 1879, (Twn)
 d. 23 Jul 1962,
 age 83yrs, 3mths, & 3 days
 bd. Covenanter Cem. (Lot 94,#6)
 Twin of above!
 
 1.3.1.2.08.5 3rd Dau:  Mabel Maria WALKINSHAW,  b. 29 Aug 1881, IA.
 nr College Sprgs.,
 d. 23 May 1955, 73yrs
 bd. Covenanter Cem. (Lot 57,#7)
 m. 20 Mar 1907, Clarinda, IA.
 James W. STEVENSON,#2
 b. 29 Nov 1878 ~ d. 14 Nov 1951, IA.
 1. Margaret Edith, b. *1908
 2. James Raymond, *1912
  2Ch
 1.3.1.2.08.6 4th Dau:  Jane Isabelle WALKINSHAW,  b. 12 Apr 1884, IA.
 d. 01 Nov 1949, 65yrs
 bd. Covenanter Cem. (Lot 94,#3)
 m. 09 Nov 1940, Clarinda, IA.
 John STEVENSON
 b. 03 Aug 1873 ~ 04 Mar 1954
 She was his 2nd Wife, No Ch.
  0Ch
 1.3.1.2.08.7 5th Dau:  Bessie Rozella "Zella"
  WALKINSHAW,
 b. 04 May 1887, IA.
 d. 21 Jun 1959, 71yrs
 Umatilla Co., OR.
 bd. Unknown
 m. 08 Jan 1933, Pendleton, Umatilla Co., OR
 Homer French GILLESPIE,
 b. 17 Jan 1884, Blanchard, Page, IA
 d. 07 Jun 1959, 75yrs, Pendleton,
 Umatilla Co., Oregon
  0Ch
     Known Grandchildren/1st Cousins 

Click on Thumbnail for REF#  History of Page County, Iowa. - 1880
 By Iowa Historical Company, Des Moines
 Hugh W. WALKINSHAW, Page 694
Photo of Hugh W. WALKINSHAW, 1909 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!       Is a Farmer and Stock Raiser, livies on Section 32, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa P.O. Clarinda, Iowa. Born in 1842, in Ohio. Moved ib 1855, with his parents, to Des Moines, County, Iowa. where he remained for 15 years [1870] He came from theirv to this County in 1872, and settled on his present Farm in 1874. He was married that year to Miss Elizabeth GLASGOW, a native of Pennsylvania. They have 4 Children:
1. Sarah M. WALKINSHAW, age 5yrs b. *1875
2. Mary L. WALKINSHAW, age 3yrs b. *1877
3. John C. WALKINSHAW, age 1yr b. *1879 (Twin)
4. Clarence G. WALKINSHAW, age 1yr b. 1879 (Twin)
 Mr WALKINSHAW, enlisted in Civil War in 1862, with Company "G", 39th Iowa Infantry, and served untill the close of the War in 1865, participating in a number of hard fought battles. He was taken prisoner at Altoona Pass, and was confined in the southern prison pens for over 5 months.

Fifth Generation!
Angel  Marker! -  Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo! Mary,2 Agnes GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.09]
(4th Dau of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandDau of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 27 Mar 1850, Middlesex Twp., Butler Co., Pennsylvania
d. 17 Sep 1853, age 3yrs, 5mths, & 20 days, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Cause of Death: "Typhoid Fever"
Buried: Sharon Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
Where a "Single" Mounmuent marks her grave. [See: Cem.Rec.]

Fifth Generation!
William Killough GLASGOW - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! William Killough GLASGOW, [FOPC©-ID# 1.3.1.2.10]
(5th Son of: Alexander GLASGOW & Mother: Sarah TAGGART)
(GrandSon of: John,2 GLASGOW & Feninab THOMAS, of Bakerstown, Allegheny Co., PA.)
b. 24 May 1854, Yellow Springs Twp., Des Moines Co., Iowa
d. 25 Jan 1940, age 85yrs, 8mths, & 1 day, Page Co., Iowa
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
Where a "Double" Mounmuent marks his grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Lot 68, Plot # 1) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
At age 56yrs he married on 01 Jun 1910, Page Co., Iowa to:
Need Photo of 26 year old Miss Margaret A. MORGAN,
(Eldest Daughter of Mrs. Sarah Ann MORGAN) [CHJ 25 May 1953]
b. 23 May 1884, Monmouth, Wales [CHJ 25 May 1953]
d. 22 Apr 1953, age 68yrs, 10mths, & 29 days, Page Co., Iowa.
Buried: Clarinda, Reformed Presbyterian Church & Cemetery, Harlan Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
Where a "Double" Mounmuent marks her grave.
Click on RedBall for More Info. on this Source<--- (See: FOPC© Lot 68, Plot # 1) [Created by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr., Dec 01, 1996]
Typical Marriage Ceremony - Click on Thumbnail for larger Photo  They had No Children born to this Union:
 but they "Adopted" one Son:
 Son/Dau  Click on Name for More Inf.  b.-d.  Married/Info.  Ch.
 1.3.1.2.10.1 Adopt Son:  William "Kenneth" GLASGOW,  b. 05 Jul 1912, IA.
 d. 03 Oct 1998, 86yrs
 Clarinda, IA.
 WWII Army 1942-1945 MP.
 m. 11 Dec 1941, Page Co., IA.,
 Miss Helen KIRSCH,
 b. 26 Jun 1923~d. 04 Feb 1998, 74yrs,
 Farmer; Lutheran; Clarinda,
 1. Margaret, b. 21 Aug 1943
 2. Jolene Kirsch, b. 26 Jan 1955
  2Ch
    

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo Co-Author of the 1996 Book "Covenanter Cemetery Families of Page Co., IA." and
Click on Redball for More Info. <---[Wife of Marvin D. FULK]  Researcher Phyliss (Dunn) Fulk Writes: Page 93
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  As a nurse Mrs Margaret A. (Morgan) GLASGOW, attended Will during a severe illness. They Farmed Harlan Twp. on the original GLASGOW home place. Will GLASGOW was a Deacon and Elder Reformed Presbyterian Church. He cared for his mother until her death 1895, and his elder brother, Thomas until his death 1907.

End of GLASGOW Family Chapter

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