|Enos Leland "Lee" Glasscock|
|Birth: ||Dec. 1, 1855, USA|
|Death: ||Sep. 15, 1911|
Carrie Glasscock Tucker stated that Enos died in Colfax, Louisiana near the Cane River. He was paralyzed about two years before his death. Mable Glasscock Walker said there was a bridge across the Cane River, and the cemetery where Enos is buried was across this bridge and up on a hill. There isn't any tombstone to mark the grave.
Mabel Glasscock said Enos was buried Natchitoches Parish in the Rachell (Rachal) Cemetery, a Catholic Cemetery, mostly French people buried there.
The Aug, 6 1860 Census Post Office Warsaw Madison Parish, LA list Charnell Glasscock age 45 value of real estate 800 value of personal estate 30 wife Mary (Donley) Glasscock age 45 daughters Eliza J. age 25 single, Caroline M. age 19 single, Catherine age 12 and sons John age 14, L. (Enos) age 4 living in household #291.
The June 14, 1900 Census Police Jury Ward #7 Catahoula Parish,LA list Enos L. Glasscock age 44 farmer wife Mary (McVoy) Glasscock age 31 sons Grover age 14 farm laborer, Lee (John) age 2 daughters Roselie age 14, Carrie age 12, Kate age 7, Mabel age 4 living in household #83. Note: Grover & Roselie were twins.
The May 2, 1910 Census Police Jury Ward #9 Natchitoches Parish,LA list E. L. Glasscock age 53 farmer general farm wife Mary (McVoy) Glasscock age 45 daughters Katie age 16, Mable age 14, sons Lee age 11, T. (Trezumore) age 5 and grand-sons Harry Allen age 4, Donley Allen age 2 living in household #316 renting.
Mary Glasscock (1862 - 1938)
Carrie Lee Glasscock Tucker (1891 - 1972)*
Mable Grace Glasscock Walker (1896 - 1980)*
Trezumore R. Glasscock (1904 - 1939)*
Created by: Richard B. Tucker, Sr.
Record added: Feb 05, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104693072