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Tax List4 APR 1891 LA East Feliciana Parish Wilson 2-19-2018 08:53 AM
"'L.N.O. & T. R. R. Hotel,
J. M. McGLATHERY, PROPRIETOR.'
Wilson, La., Apl 4, 1891

Received from J. M. McGlathery Ten (10) Dollars as his subscription for the buying pipe and building the Wilson water works.
J M Perkins
Calculator"
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Newspaper03 JAN 1898 LA East Feliciana Parish Wilson 2-19-2018 08:16 AM
"'With Drummers in Two States: The Touch that Bespeaks Brotherhood.:
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[Artists drawing of] 'John [sic.] M. McGlathery'
Above is Captain John [sic.] McGlathery, who can truly be called the drummers' friend. He is the agent of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railway at Wilson, La. As railroad agent[,] Captain McGlathery never tires of answering the boys' questions, and as proprietor of the Valley Hotel he feeds the boys, nurses them when they are sick and takes care of them on every occasion.

Captain MeGlathery Is a native of Mississippi and was raised in the state, was a fine soldier, belonging to Forrest's Cavalry, and surrendered at Gainesville, Ala. He is of handsome appearance. Married Miss Georgia Campbell, of Shuqualak, Miss., and has four children."
--"The Times-Picayune," New Orleans, LA 03 Jan 1898, p. 9.
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Newspaper03 JAN 1898 MS Noxubee Co Shuqualak 2-19-2018 08:16 AM
"'With Drummers in Two States: The Touch that Bespeaks Brotherhood.:
...
[Artists drawing of] 'John [sic.] M. McGlathery'
Above is Captain John [sic.] McGlathery, who can truly be called the drummers' friend. He is the agent of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railway at Wilson, La. As railroad agent[,] Captain McGlathery never tires of answering the boys' questions, and as proprietor of the Valley Hotel he feeds the boys, nurses them when they are sick and takes care of them on every occasion.

Captain MeGlathery Is a native of Mississippi and was raised in the state, was a fine soldier, belonging to Forrest's Cavalry, and surrendered at Gainesville, Ala. He is of handsome appearance. Married Miss Georgia Campbell, of Shuqualak, Miss., and has four children."
--"The Times-Picayune," New Orleans, LA 03 Jan 1898, p. 9.
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Newspaper03 JAN 1898 MS 2-19-2018 08:16 AM
"'With Drummers in Two States: The Touch that Bespeaks Brotherhood.:
...
[Artists drawing of] 'John [sic.] M. McGlathery'
Above is Captain John [sic.] McGlathery, who can truly be called the drummers' friend. He is the agent of the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railway at Wilson, La. As railroad agent[,] Captain McGlathery never tires of answering the boys' questions, and as proprietor of the Valley Hotel he feeds the boys, nurses them when they are sick and takes care of them on every occasion.

Captain MeGlathery Is a native of Mississippi and was raised in the state, was a fine soldier, belonging to Forrest's Cavalry, and surrendered at Gainesville, Ala. He is of handsome appearance. Married Miss Georgia Campbell, of Shuqualak, Miss., and has four children."
--"The Times-Picayune," New Orleans, LA 03 Jan 1898, p. 9.
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Newspaper15 OCT 1898 LA East Feliciana Parish Wilson 2-19-2018 07:03 AM
"Among the fever-stricken at Wilson, La., are J. M. McGlathery, formerly of this place, and all the members of his family, excep[?] Mrs. McGlathery -- Corinthian"
--Macon Beacon, 15 Oct 1898, p. 2
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Newspaper15 OCT 1898 MS Alcorn Co Corinth 2-19-2018 07:03 AM
"Among the fever-stricken at Wilson, La., are J. M. McGlathery, formerly of this place, and all the members of his family, excep[?] Mrs. McGlathery -- Corinthian"
--Macon Beacon, 15 Oct 1898, p. 2
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