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Will11 JAN 1867 Ireland Antrim Co Belfast 10-16-2021 08:04 PM
"No. 4259
James McGlathery, Deceased
Effects sworn under £200
Died at Umgall, County Antrim
Will 4.7
Affid 2.89
[Total] 7.6

In the name of God C I, Joseph McGlathery of the County of Antrim, Parish of Templepatrick and the townland of Umgall[,] farmer, being perfect in mind and memory blessed be God for the same and knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die, do this thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lorde on [one] thousand eight hundred and sixty six make this my last Will and Testament in the way and manner following. First - I allow all my just debts and demands to be paid out of my property. Second - I bequeath all the remaining property which I may die posessed of to my son Arthur Alexander McGlathery upon condition that he pay the following legacies which I bequeath ^ in mind bequeath ^ to my daughter Agnes Jane McGlathery, the sum of thirty pounds sterling which is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at home and to be free from interest. [No Third Item given] Fourth - I bequeath to my daughter Susan McGlathery the sum [interst in or mentioned in written off to the side of page] of fifty pounds sterling to be paid two years after my decease but if she chooses to continue as a member of the family her money is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at three percent, per annum interest. Fifth I bequeath to my son Robert McGlathery, the sum of Five pounds sterling. Sixth, I bequeath the sum of ten pounds sterling for the benefit of my grandson Joseph McGlathery to be at his Mother's disposal Lastly I nominate and appoint my son Alexander McGlathery & [?] John Richie Umigall farmer and Arthur Ritchie Gorcraig whole and sole ["intribine"? written on the side of page] Executors of this my last will and testament hereby disunalling [ annulling ?] all former wills. In witness hereof the said, Joseph McGlathery have to my said Will set my hand and seal this day and year above mentioned _____________ S McCrea M.D. James McGlathery Witnesses _______ Joseph McGlathery
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No. 4 Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses ______ In Her Majesty's Court Probate _________ The District Registery at Belfast [?]
In the Goods of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim. Farmer __ Deceased __ ) I James McGlathery of Craigarogan in the County of Antrim Farmer and aged sixteen years and upwards make Oath that I am one of the subscribing witnesses to the last will and testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim Farmer Deceased, the said will being now here unto annexed, bearing the date the thirteenth day of October one thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and that the said Testator executed the said Will, on the day of the date thereof, by signing his name at the foot or end thereof "Joseph McGlathery" and as the same now appears thereon, in the presence of meand of Samuel McCrea of Templepatrick in the County of Antrim Doctor of Medicine the other subscribed Witness therunto both of us being present at the same time and thereupon attested and subscribed the said Will in the presence of the same and each other ________________ (signed) James McGlerthy [sic.] _________ Sworn at Belast in the County of Antrim, this 8th day of February 1867, by the said James McGlathery before me, a Master & Extraordinary in her Majesty's high Court of Chancery in Ireland and I knew George Stephenson Sob who certifies to his knowledge of the despondent ______________ I certify that I know James McGlathery _____ George Stephenson ________ John B Kennedy ________ the despondent ______ Geo Stephenson, Sob. {solisiotor for the Executors} ___ M. Cox _________
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The Last Will and Testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim, Farmer, Deceased, was proved in common form of Law and Probate in Ireland in the District Registry at Belfast to Arthur Alexander McGlathery and John Richie both of Umgall and Arthur Richie of Gorcraig, all in the County of Antrim, Farmers, the Executors named in the said will. ___ They being first sworn _____________
extracted by George Stephenson ) Dated the Seventeenth day of January 1867
solicitor __ Lestown ) M Ungjmom Dist Reg. [?]"
--pp. 775-6
Will11 JAN 1867 Ireland Antrim Co Templepatrick, Grange Of Umgall 10-16-2021 08:04 PM
"No. 4259
James McGlathery, Deceased
Effects sworn under £200
Died at Umgall, County Antrim
Will 4.7
Affid 2.89
[Total] 7.6

In the name of God C I, Joseph McGlathery of the County of Antrim, Parish of Templepatrick and the townland of Umgall[,] farmer, being perfect in mind and memory blessed be God for the same and knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die, do this thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lorde on [one] thousand eight hundred and sixty six make this my last Will and Testament in the way and manner following. First - I allow all my just debts and demands to be paid out of my property. Second - I bequeath all the remaining property which I may die posessed of to my son Arthur Alexander McGlathery upon condition that he pay the following legacies which I bequeath ^ in mind bequeath ^ to my daughter Agnes Jane McGlathery, the sum of thirty pounds sterling which is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at home and to be free from interest. [No Third Item given] Fourth - I bequeath to my daughter Susan McGlathery the sum [interst in or mentioned in written off to the side of page] of fifty pounds sterling to be paid two years after my decease but if she chooses to continue as a member of the family her money is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at three percent, per annum interest. Fifth I bequeath to my son Robert McGlathery, the sum of Five pounds sterling. Sixth, I bequeath the sum of ten pounds sterling for the benefit of my grandson Joseph McGlathery to be at his Mother's disposal Lastly I nominate and appoint my son Alexander McGlathery & [?] John Richie Umigall farmer and Arthur Ritchie Gorcraig whole and sole ["intribine"? written on the side of page] Executors of this my last will and testament hereby disunalling [ annulling ?] all former wills. In witness hereof the said, Joseph McGlathery have to my said Will set my hand and seal this day and year above mentioned _____________ S McCrea M.D. James McGlathery Witnesses _______ Joseph McGlathery
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No. 4 Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses ______ In Her Majesty's Court Probate _________ The District Registery at Belfast [?]
In the Goods of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim. Farmer __ Deceased __ ) I James McGlathery of Craigarogan in the County of Antrim Farmer and aged sixteen years and upwards make Oath that I am one of the subscribing witnesses to the last will and testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim Farmer Deceased, the said will being now here unto annexed, bearing the date the thirteenth day of October one thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and that the said Testator executed the said Will, on the day of the date thereof, by signing his name at the foot or end thereof "Joseph McGlathery" and as the same now appears thereon, in the presence of meand of Samuel McCrea of Templepatrick in the County of Antrim Doctor of Medicine the other subscribed Witness therunto both of us being present at the same time and thereupon attested and subscribed the said Will in the presence of the same and each other ________________ (signed) James McGlerthy [sic.] _________ Sworn at Belast in the County of Antrim, this 8th day of February 1867, by the said James McGlathery before me, a Master & Extraordinary in her Majesty's high Court of Chancery in Ireland and I knew George Stephenson Sob who certifies to his knowledge of the despondent ______________ I certify that I know James McGlathery _____ George Stephenson ________ John B Kennedy ________ the despondent ______ Geo Stephenson, Sob. {solisiotor for the Executors} ___ M. Cox _________
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The Last Will and Testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim, Farmer, Deceased, was proved in common form of Law and Probate in Ireland in the District Registry at Belfast to Arthur Alexander McGlathery and John Richie both of Umgall and Arthur Richie of Gorcraig, all in the County of Antrim, Farmers, the Executors named in the said will. ___ They being first sworn _____________
extracted by George Stephenson ) Dated the Seventeenth day of January 1867
solicitor __ Lestown ) M Ungjmom Dist Reg. [?]"
--pp. 775-6
Will11 JAN 1867 Ireland Antrim Co 10-16-2021 08:04 PM
"No. 4259
James McGlathery, Deceased
Effects sworn under £200
Died at Umgall, County Antrim
Will 4.7
Affid 2.89
[Total] 7.6

In the name of God C I, Joseph McGlathery of the County of Antrim, Parish of Templepatrick and the townland of Umgall[,] farmer, being perfect in mind and memory blessed be God for the same and knowing that it is appointed unto all men once to die, do this thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lorde on [one] thousand eight hundred and sixty six make this my last Will and Testament in the way and manner following. First - I allow all my just debts and demands to be paid out of my property. Second - I bequeath all the remaining property which I may die posessed of to my son Arthur Alexander McGlathery upon condition that he pay the following legacies which I bequeath ^ in mind bequeath ^ to my daughter Agnes Jane McGlathery, the sum of thirty pounds sterling which is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at home and to be free from interest. [No Third Item given] Fourth - I bequeath to my daughter Susan McGlathery the sum [interst in or mentioned in written off to the side of page] of fifty pounds sterling to be paid two years after my decease but if she chooses to continue as a member of the family her money is to lie in my son Arthur's hand while she remains at three percent, per annum interest. Fifth I bequeath to my son Robert McGlathery, the sum of Five pounds sterling. Sixth, I bequeath the sum of ten pounds sterling for the benefit of my grandson Joseph McGlathery to be at his Mother's disposal Lastly I nominate and appoint my son Alexander McGlathery & [?] John Richie Umigall farmer and Arthur Ritchie Gorcraig whole and sole ["intribine"? written on the side of page] Executors of this my last will and testament hereby disunalling [ annulling ?] all former wills. In witness hereof the said, Joseph McGlathery have to my said Will set my hand and seal this day and year above mentioned _____________ S McCrea M.D. James McGlathery Witnesses _______ Joseph McGlathery
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No. 4 Affidavit of Attesting Witnesses ______ In Her Majesty's Court Probate _________ The District Registery at Belfast [?]
In the Goods of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim. Farmer __ Deceased __ ) I James McGlathery of Craigarogan in the County of Antrim Farmer and aged sixteen years and upwards make Oath that I am one of the subscribing witnesses to the last will and testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim Farmer Deceased, the said will being now here unto annexed, bearing the date the thirteenth day of October one thousand eight hundred and sixty six, and that the said Testator executed the said Will, on the day of the date thereof, by signing his name at the foot or end thereof "Joseph McGlathery" and as the same now appears thereon, in the presence of meand of Samuel McCrea of Templepatrick in the County of Antrim Doctor of Medicine the other subscribed Witness therunto both of us being present at the same time and thereupon attested and subscribed the said Will in the presence of the same and each other ________________ (signed) James McGlerthy [sic.] _________ Sworn at Belast in the County of Antrim, this 8th day of February 1867, by the said James McGlathery before me, a Master & Extraordinary in her Majesty's high Court of Chancery in Ireland and I knew George Stephenson Sob who certifies to his knowledge of the despondent ______________ I certify that I know James McGlathery _____ George Stephenson ________ John B Kennedy ________ the despondent ______ Geo Stephenson, Sob. {solisiotor for the Executors} ___ M. Cox _________
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The Last Will and Testament of Joseph McGlathery late of Umgall in the County of Antrim, Farmer, Deceased, was proved in common form of Law and Probate in Ireland in the District Registry at Belfast to Arthur Alexander McGlathery and John Richie both of Umgall and Arthur Richie of Gorcraig, all in the County of Antrim, Farmers, the Executors named in the said will. ___ They being first sworn _____________
extracted by George Stephenson ) Dated the Seventeenth day of January 1867
solicitor __ Lestown ) M Ungjmom Dist Reg. [?]"
--pp. 775-6
Obituary13 MAR 1908 TX Hopkins Co Sulphur Springs 9-20-2021 07:12 PM
"'Mrs. Zelia P. Mead.'
On Wednesday morning, March 4th, we were told that our dear Mrs. Mead had quietly breathed her last and gone to that world where sorrow is never known and friends are never parted.

No word of mortal praise can add to the esteem in which our friend was held by all who knew her for we realize the world has lost one of its noblest daughters.

She was a warm affectionate friend. By associating with and knowing the happiness of her husband and nobleness of children we realize the profound dignity and sweetness and peace lay at the foundation of her character.

Mrs. Mead, we are all aware (as far as human beings can form a judgement of the lives of their fellow creatures) was in every act, deed and word a true Christian. She was good in every acceptation of the term, her charities so freely dispensed, her cheerful willingness to relieve any real distress, her talents and charms caused us to realize her resolve not to be useless and her honest desire to help other people and see that no day passed in which she did not make herself a better woman.

Her friends, while keenly feeling their own loss, unite in their sympathies for the husband and three remaining children, Mrs. Lewis Wester of Sulphur Springs, Mrs. Rash and Forney McGlathery of Winnsboro, to whom she was more than to all others. We cannot say more to these than to let hope and faith mingle with their natural sorrow and look to that future where the sundered ties of earth are reunited. G.S.
--"The Sulphur Springs Gazette," Sulphur Springs, TX, 13 MAR 1908, p. 4, cols. 2 & 3.
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Obituary13 MAR 1908 TX Wood Co Winnsboro 9-20-2021 07:12 PM
"'Mrs. Zelia P. Mead.'
On Wednesday morning, March 4th, we were told that our dear Mrs. Mead had quietly breathed her last and gone to that world where sorrow is never known and friends are never parted.

No word of mortal praise can add to the esteem in which our friend was held by all who knew her for we realize the world has lost one of its noblest daughters.

She was a warm affectionate friend. By associating with and knowing the happiness of her husband and nobleness of children we realize the profound dignity and sweetness and peace lay at the foundation of her character.

Mrs. Mead, we are all aware (as far as human beings can form a judgement of the lives of their fellow creatures) was in every act, deed and word a true Christian. She was good in every acceptation of the term, her charities so freely dispensed, her cheerful willingness to relieve any real distress, her talents and charms caused us to realize her resolve not to be useless and her honest desire to help other people and see that no day passed in which she did not make herself a better woman.

Her friends, while keenly feeling their own loss, unite in their sympathies for the husband and three remaining children, Mrs. Lewis Wester of Sulphur Springs, Mrs. Rash and Forney McGlathery of Winnsboro, to whom she was more than to all others. We cannot say more to these than to let hope and faith mingle with their natural sorrow and look to that future where the sundered ties of earth are reunited. G.S.
--"The Sulphur Springs Gazette," Sulphur Springs, TX, 13 MAR 1908, p. 4, cols. 2 & 3.
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Obituary15 MAY 1901 MS Alcorn Co Corinth 9-19-2021 03:29 PM
"'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
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