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Samuel McGlatherybef 1774 -- abt 1819avatar
Martha ______abt 1784 -- avatar
Jacob Surratt21 NOV 1790 -- 8 OCT 1844avatar
Lucinda Moreland12 MAY 1791 -- 6 JUN 1875avatar
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Marriage22 AUG 183911
 
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ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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William G 

JUN 184118 FEB 1909  MS Alabama "Allie" B. Donnell 
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Martha Ann 

OCT 184210 MAY 1926  MS  
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Samuel Jacob 

8 MAR 184415 JAN 1894  MS Margaret Elizabeth Brown 
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James Melkijah 

25 NOV 18453 NOV 1918  MS, Tishomingo Co Georgia Ann Campbell 
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Franklin Marco 

13 JUN 18471 JUN 1915  MS, Alcorn Co Ella Cartwright, Martha Elizabeth Mercer 
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Lucinda Jane "Cinnie" 

FEB 184911 NOV 1917  MS John Fletcher Williams 
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Joseph Sidney 

4 APR 185114 MAY 1901  MS, Alcorn Co, Corinth Harriett "Hattie" Gresham Leatherbury 
8

Frances Emma 

JUN 18536 DEC 1947  MS  
9

Mary C. 

16 NOV 185422 AUG 1856   
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    • Obituary, 19 MAY 1898: "Mrs. N. S. McGlathery Dead."
      "Mrs. N. S. McGlathery died this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Several days ago she was attacked with paralysis and gradually grew worse until yesterday evening when ail hopes were given up for her recovery. She was near 80 years old and was among the oldest residents of Corinth. Seven children, four sons and three daughters, survive her. She was a cure type cf christian [sic.] woman and much beloved by all. She leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her death.

      Funeral services will be held tomorrow and the remains will be interred in the Henry cemetery by the side of those of her husband who died in 1891."
      --"The Weekly Corinthian," 19 MAY 1898, p. 4.
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    • Newspaper, 2 JUN 1898: "'Memorial Services to Mrs. McGlathery'

      The memorial services held in memory of Mrs. McGlathery last night at the M. E. Church was especially beautiful on the account of its simplicity.

      Mrs. Hellen Worsham presided at the organ which Mrs. Charles Taylor led the sweet old fashioned songs that thrilled the congregation with sweet memories of the days that have slipped behind the present and are now enshrined in the hallowed past.

      The tributes read by Mesdames Bynum, Sadler, and Bass, spoke of her pure character that will remain silhonetted [sic.] forever upon the christianity [sic.].

      Messrs. Klyse, Young, and Fullilove told of the life that gleamed some rare jewel in the sweet setting of home and her influence over the young, that will never die, but shine resplendent throughout the countless cycles of coming ages.

      The world has been made better. Corinth has been made better. Corinth has been made better on account of the three score and ten years this sweet spirited christian [sic.] was permitted to go in and out among this [sic.] people."
      --The Weekly Corinthian., June 02, 1898, p. 4
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    Sources
    1. Findagrave Samuel Earl McGlathery
    2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1820
    3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1840
    4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
    5. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
    6. FamilySearch United States Census, 1870
    7. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
    8. Book:The Goodspeed History of Fayette & Hardeman Counties, Tennessee; Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennesse, 1887; Woodward & Stinson Publishing Co, 1973.; David Donahue, Online Transcription, Tngenweb; Website
    9. Book:Bradstreet's: A Trade Journal of Trade, Finance, and Political Economy; Entered According to an Act of Congress in the Year 1880, by The Bradstreet Co. in the Office of the Library of Congress at Washington, D. C.; Cincinnati : J.M. Bradstreet & Son, 1880; Website
    10. Website:Family Search Trees;
      Source from: Ray Gurganus
    11. Marriage Sources:
      FamilySearch Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950
    1. Findagrave Nancy S Surratt McGlathery
    2. FamilySearch United States Census, 1840
    3. FamilySearch United States Census, 1850
    4. FamilySearch United States Census, 1860
    5. FamilySearch United States Census, 1870
    6. FamilySearch United States Census, 1880
    7. Book:The Goodspeed History of Fayette & Hardeman Counties, Tennessee; Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennesse, 1887; Woodward & Stinson Publishing Co, 1973.; David Donahue, Online Transcription, Tngenweb; Website
    8. Book:The Weekly Corinthian; "Memorial Services to Mrs. McGlathery"; chroniclingamerica.loc.gov; originally published 2 JUN 1898, p. 4; Website
    9. Book:The Weekly Corinthian; Obituary: N. S. McGlathery; chroniclingamerica.loc.gov; originally published Corinth, MS: 29 MAY 1898, Mississippi Department of Archives and History; Website
    10. Website:Family Search Trees;
      Source from: Ray Gurganus
    11. Marriage Sources:
      FamilySearch Alabama, County Marriages, 1809-1950
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