- Obituary, 15 MAY 1901: "'Death of J. S. McGlathery [Joseph Sidney McGlathery I, Sr.],' The Mobile Special says, Mr. J. S. McGlathery, a citizen of St. Stephens died this morning at Inge-Bonderant 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 the brother-in-law of Mr. George S. Leatherbury [George Scarborough Leatherbury Jr.], and was quite well known in Mobile. He was 45 years of age and leaves a family in St. Stephens.
The remains were taken to the residence 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. [Lucinda Jane McGlathery] Williams and Misses Mattie [Martha Ann McGlathery] & Emmie McGlathery [Emma McGlathery] of Corinth."
-- "The Corinthian," 15 MAY 1901, p. 4
- Newspaper, 27 FEB 1914: "Pugh-McGlathery Wedding.
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.