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Obituary29 JUL 1911 FL 5-25-2022 07:09 AM
"'Mrs. Polly McGlathery' Special to The Chattanooga Times
GADSDEN, Ala., July 28?Mrs. Polly [Mary "Polly" Rackley] McGlathery, one of the oldest residents of Etowah county, died at her home at Glencoe, a few miles from this city yesterday evening at 6 o'clock after an illness of several months. She was 86 years of age, and had been a resident of the county seventy years. She had lived in the house where she died for over sixty years. Mrs. McGlathery is survived by six daughters and three sons, Mrs. C [Martha McGlathery] Sims, Mrs. L [Elizabeth C. McGlathery] Roberts, Mrs. Mary [Mary Franklin McGlathery] Nabors Glencoe; Mrs. Tom Frrar and Mrs. Zella [Zelia McGlathery] Burnett of Gadsden; Mrs. Nan [Nancy A McGlathery] McCluney of Lonesome Bend; Coleman [Andrew Jackson Coleman McGlathery] and Sam McGlathery [Samuel W McGlathery] of Glencoe, and Jim McGlathery [James Gabriel McGlathery] who lives in Florida. Mrs McGlathery had a wide circle of friends throughout the county and a host of relatives. Funeral today with interment at the Tillison Cemetery."
--Chattanooga Daily Times (Chattanooga, TN) 29 Jul 1911, Sat., p. 3
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Obituary29 JUL 1911 AL Etowah Co Gadsden 5-25-2022 07:09 AM
"'Mrs. Polly McGlathery' Special to The Chattanooga Times
GADSDEN, Ala., July 28?Mrs. Polly [Mary "Polly" Rackley] McGlathery, one of the oldest residents of Etowah county, died at her home at Glencoe, a few miles from this city yesterday evening at 6 o'clock after an illness of several months. She was 86 years of age, and had been a resident of the county seventy years. She had lived in the house where she died for over sixty years. Mrs. McGlathery is survived by six daughters and three sons, Mrs. C [Martha McGlathery] Sims, Mrs. L [Elizabeth C. McGlathery] Roberts, Mrs. Mary [Mary Franklin McGlathery] Nabors Glencoe; Mrs. Tom Frrar and Mrs. Zella [Zelia McGlathery] Burnett of Gadsden; Mrs. Nan [Nancy A McGlathery] McCluney of Lonesome Bend; Coleman [Andrew Jackson Coleman McGlathery] and Sam McGlathery [Samuel W McGlathery] of Glencoe, and Jim McGlathery [James Gabriel McGlathery] who lives in Florida. Mrs McGlathery had a wide circle of friends throughout the county and a host of relatives. Funeral today with interment at the Tillison Cemetery."
--Chattanooga Daily Times (Chattanooga, TN) 29 Jul 1911, Sat., p. 3
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Obituary29 JUL 1911 AL Etowah Co Glencoe 5-25-2022 07:09 AM
"'Mrs. Polly McGlathery' Special to The Chattanooga Times
GADSDEN, Ala., July 28?Mrs. Polly [Mary "Polly" Rackley] McGlathery, one of the oldest residents of Etowah county, died at her home at Glencoe, a few miles from this city yesterday evening at 6 o'clock after an illness of several months. She was 86 years of age, and had been a resident of the county seventy years. She had lived in the house where she died for over sixty years. Mrs. McGlathery is survived by six daughters and three sons, Mrs. C [Martha McGlathery] Sims, Mrs. L [Elizabeth C. McGlathery] Roberts, Mrs. Mary [Mary Franklin McGlathery] Nabors Glencoe; Mrs. Tom Frrar and Mrs. Zella [Zelia McGlathery] Burnett of Gadsden; Mrs. Nan [Nancy A McGlathery] McCluney of Lonesome Bend; Coleman [Andrew Jackson Coleman McGlathery] and Sam McGlathery [Samuel W McGlathery] of Glencoe, and Jim McGlathery [James Gabriel McGlathery] who lives in Florida. Mrs McGlathery had a wide circle of friends throughout the county and a host of relatives. Funeral today with interment at the Tillison Cemetery."
--Chattanooga Daily Times (Chattanooga, TN) 29 Jul 1911, Sat., p. 3
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Obituary25 JUL 1910 AL Etowah Co Gadsden 5-25-2022 06:54 AM
"'E. [sic.] E. McGLATHERY PASSES AT GLENCOE,'
A. E. McGlathery [Arbin E M McGlathery], a pioneer citizen of Etowah county, died at his home in Glencoe Sunday night at 10 o'clock from infirmities incident to old age.

This news will be received with deep regret throughout the county for the deceased was widely known and was universally loved and respected. He was 80 years old, lacking only a few days and had been active as a farmer practically all his life. He was a splendid citizen, a Christian gentleman and a kind and devoted husband and father.

Besides his wife the deceased is survived by the following children: Coleman [Andrew Jackson Coleman McGlathery] and Sam McGlathery [Samuel W McGlathery] of Glencoe, Mrs. Tom [Minnie H McGlathery] Farrar and Mrs. Tom Burdette [Zelia McGlathery] of Gadsden, Mrs. Clabe [Martha McGlathery], Mrs. F. M. [Mary Franklin McGlathery] Nabors and J. R. [Nancy A McGlathery] McGlathery [sic., McCluney] of Glencoe.

There are numerous relatives in the county and the family is a very prominent one in this section of the state."
--The Gadsden Daily Times-News, 25 JUL 1910, p. 1
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Obituary25 JUL 1910 AL Etowah Co Glencoe 5-25-2022 06:54 AM
"'E. [sic.] E. McGLATHERY PASSES AT GLENCOE,'
A. E. McGlathery [Arbin E M McGlathery], a pioneer citizen of Etowah county, died at his home in Glencoe Sunday night at 10 o'clock from infirmities incident to old age.

This news will be received with deep regret throughout the county for the deceased was widely known and was universally loved and respected. He was 80 years old, lacking only a few days and had been active as a farmer practically all his life. He was a splendid citizen, a Christian gentleman and a kind and devoted husband and father.

Besides his wife the deceased is survived by the following children: Coleman [Andrew Jackson Coleman McGlathery] and Sam McGlathery [Samuel W McGlathery] of Glencoe, Mrs. Tom [Minnie H McGlathery] Farrar and Mrs. Tom Burdette [Zelia McGlathery] of Gadsden, Mrs. Clabe [Martha McGlathery], Mrs. F. M. [Mary Franklin McGlathery] Nabors and J. R. [Nancy A McGlathery] McGlathery [sic., McCluney] of Glencoe.

There are numerous relatives in the county and the family is a very prominent one in this section of the state."
--The Gadsden Daily Times-News, 25 JUL 1910, p. 1
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Obituary05 DEC 1924 AL Jefferson Co Birmingham 5-25-2022 06:43 AM
"A J C McClathery,' [sic., Andrew Jackson Coleman] Gadsden Ala ofo 5 — (Special)— Funeral services for A J McGlathery veteran soldier of the Confederacy and prominent citizen of Etowah county were held at the Cumberland church In East Gadsden Friday afternoon. He died late Wednesday night of old age He is survived by two sons Martin [Martin Coleman Blackman McGlathery] of Gadsden and Tom [William Thomas McGlathery I] of Birmingham."
-- "The Chattanooga News," Chattanooga, TN, 05 Dec 1924, Fri., p. 4.
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