There is a plaque on Ellis Island for the family of four Glascocks that migrated to Old Virginia. Thomas GLascock, Jane his wife, and three sons John Thomas and Gregory. Gregory is my line. I am studying John's line every chance I get. There is also a record of a John Glascock of Perth, Scotland who was a member of Parliament from 1681--1686 (Scotch-Irish by Hanna, p. 483.) Jamie Glascock of Aberdeen, Scotland, arrived in Virginia in 1634. He married Caroline TREVORS (eg TRAVERS) in 1640 and at his death in 1658 he left 5 sons and daughters (??)
and again JOHN No details. May be John who appeared in Northumberland County in 1712 and in Westmoreland County From 1712 to 1731. Presumably no children.
May have had daughter Rebecca who married Col. Wm Travers. Rebecca had three sons by Col. Wm. Travers. William Samuel and Rawleigh Travers. Edward TRAVERS was the TRAVERS immigrant to James River, Virginia. Rebecca married 2) John RICE. They had children John RICE Richard RICE and Rebecca RICE. Samuel married Frances ALLERTON. One of their children was Rebecca TRAVERS who married 1 Charles COLSTON and 2 John TAVERNER. John was a dealer in tobacco with his two brothers. The Travers family was in charge of the tobacco that the Glasscocks grew on their plantations.