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Parents
Samuel McGlathery + Martha ___
Jacob Surratt + Lucinda Moreland
John Overton Gresham + Harriett T Briggs
Parents
Samuel Earl McGlathery, Iabt 1816 -- 22 SEP 1891avatar
Nancy S. Surratt10 JUN 1821 -- 13 MAY 1898avatar
George Scarborough Leatherbury, Sr, I25 NOV 1828 -- 9 AUG 1914avatar
Jane Briggs Gresham16 JAN 1839 -- 2 APR 1875avatar
Spouses
Marriage12 MAY 18806
 
Names

Events
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1+

Samuel Earl 

JAN 1881JUN 1960  MS Ruth Ray Rawls 
2+

Jennie Leatherbury 

23 NOV 188216 MAR 1977  MS Warren Stone Pugh 
3

Nancy Surratt "Nannie" 

24 SEP 188422 OCT 1965  MS William Waite McCorquodale DDS 
4

Our Baby Girl 

4 SEP 18854 SEP 1885  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens  
5☯☹

Harriett Leatherbury "Hattie" 

28 SEP 188624 OCT 1943  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens  
6+

Ethel 

23 JUL 18888 MAR 1994  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens James Benjamin Rawls Jr., II 
7+

Joseph Sidney 

9 APR 189023 JUN 1990  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens Nora Sexton 
8+

Kathleen Leatherbury "Kate" 

14 APR 189212 SEP 1976  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens Albert Prim Jr. 
9

Marguerite 

20 OCT 18941 NOV 1894  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens  
10

Baby Girl 

4 SEP 18954 SEP 1895  AL  
11+

Martha Ann "Mattie" 

12 OCT 18978 AUG 1980  AL Vivian Gaines Johnston Sr. 
12

George Leatherbury 

23 SEP 190013 JUL 1902  AL, Washington Co, St Stephens  
Asso-
ciates
NameYearsRelation
Robert Franklin WilliamsRobert Franklin Williams1895employee
  1. Book:The Phonographic Magazine, Vol. 9; Jerome B. Howard Editor; Google Free Book; originally published Chicago, IL: the Phonographic Institute Co., 1895; Website
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  • Newspaper, 15 MAY 1901: "'Death of J. S. McGlathery'
    The Mobile Special says Mr. J. S. McGlathery, a citizen of St. Stephens, died this morning at Inge-Bondurant Sanitorium of bright s disease. Mr. McGlathery came here only four days ago to be treated for the malady that he succumbed to. He was a brother-in-law of Geo. S. Leatherbury, and quite well known in Mobile. He was 45 years of age and leaves a family in St. Stephens. The remains were taken to the home of John O. Grisham this morning and will be carried to St. Stephens for internment.

    The deceased was a former Corinthian, and was a brother of Mrs. J. F. Williams and Misses Mattie and Emmie McGlathery of Corinth."
    --"The Weekly Corinthian," Corinth, Miss., 15 MAY 15, 1901, p. 4
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  • Newspaper, 27 FEB 1914: "Pugh-McGlathery Wedding.
    (Mobile Register.)
    A quiet home wedding was solemnized at 2 p.m. on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 18. At Cherryhurst, St. Stephens, Ala., when Miss Jennie Leatherbury McGlathery, eldest daughter of Mrs. J. S. McGlathery, became the wife of Mr. Warren Stone Pugh, of Frankville, Ala.

    The ceremony .was performed by the bride's pastor, Rev. C. H. Morgan, of Selma, Ala., and was very quiet and simple with only the closest relatives and friends present.

    The spacious halls were decorated with palms, ferns and festoons of Southern smilax, while the parlor decorations were ferns, smilax and white roses. The place of the ceremony was marked by a pedestal garlanded with white roses and ferns.

    The bride wore ivory white crepe meteor, the waist was of pearls and rhinestones. The veil of illusion was caught in her hair with orange blossoms and her bouquet consisted of white roses with a shower of lillies [sic.] of the valley.

    The only attendant was Miss Hattie McGlathery, sister of the bride, who wore green brocaded charmeuse with lace waist and carried bridemaid roses. Mr. J. H. Pugh of Mobile, Ala., was his brother's best man.

    Before the ceremony music was furnished by Miss Adele Chapman, piano, and Mr. John Chapman, violin, and Miss Ethel McGlathery sang 'Because' and 'Within the Garden of My Heart.'

    Mrs. McGlathery was assisted in receiving the guests by her daughter, Mrs. W. W. McCorquodale, of Jackson; Mrs. Gaston, of Gastonburg, Ala.; Mrs. Frank Pugh, of Frankville, and Mrs. R. F. Bovkin.

    The bride's book was kept by Miss Kate McGlathery, another sister of the bride.

    Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stone Pugh left at 3:30 for their home in Frankville, Mrs. Pugh traveling in blue coat suit and blue hat with a touch of pink.

    The out-of-town guests were: Dr. and Mrs. W. W. McCorquodale, Misses Mary Pugh and Adele Chapman of Jackson; Mrs. Gaston of Gastonburg; Miss. Mattie McGlathery, of Judson College, Marion, Ala.; Miss Mary Louise Wilson, of Leroy, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pugh, Messrs. Will Elmore, John, Will, and Cody Pugh, of Frankville, Ala.; Messrs. John Chapman, Fred Carachristi, John Graham and L. E. Pugh, of Jackson, Ala.; Dr. W. S. Pugh of Mobile, and S. E. McGlathery, of Chatom, Ala."

    -"The South Alabamian" Jackson, AL, 27 Feb. 1914, p. 1.
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  • Newspaper, 13 AUG 1914: "'G. S. LEATHERBURY DIES AT 86 YEARS: Widely Known Southerner Passes Away at St. Stephens.'

    News reached this city Sunday of the death yesterday afternoon of Geo. Scarborough Leatherbury, at the home of a daughter, Mrs. McGlathery, at St. Stephens, Ala.

    Mr. Leatherbury was the father of George S. Leatherbury, Jr. of this city, a member of the firm of Leartherbury & White, and president of the European Lumber & Transit Company, two of the most widely known lumber firms in the south.

    Mr. Leatherbury, was in his eighty-sixth year. He was born in Virginia and came to Alabama about thirty years ago, conducting a turpentine and naval stores business, principally at State Line, from which he retired several years ago. Mr. Leatherbury was one of the best known men in the South, and built up an extensive business.

    He leaves two sons, George S. Leatherbury, Jr., and Joseph G. Leatherbury; three daughters, Mrs. Hattie Leatherbury, Mrs. T. B. Ware, and Mrs. R. F. Boykin, and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Interment was at State Line at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon.

    Mr. Leatherbury not only had a wide circle of friends in Mobile and Alabama, but in Baltimore and other cities of the north. --The Register."
    --"Washington County News, 13 Aug 1914, Thu., p. 2.
Sources
  1. Findagrave Joseph Sidney McGlathery
  2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1900
  5. Book:The Weekly Corinthian; Death Notice: J. S. McGlathery; chroniclingamerica.loc.gov; image provided by Mississippi Department of Archives and History, originally published Corinth, MS: the newspaper, p. 4; Website
  6. Marriage Sources:
    Website:Familysearch.org, "Mississippi, Marriages, 1800-1911,"; Marriage Entry for J.S. and Hattie (Leatherbury) McGlathery, 12 May 1880.;
  1. Findagrave Harriett "Hattie" Grisham McGlathery
  2. FamilySearch Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974
  3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
  4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1900
  5. FamilySearch United States Census, 1910
  6. FamilySearch United States Census, 1910
  7. FamilySearch United States Census, 1920
  8. Marriage Sources:
    Website:Familysearch.org, "Mississippi, Marriages, 1800-1911,"; Marriage Entry for J.S. and Hattie (Leatherbury) McGlathery, 12 May 1880.;
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