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Hugh Glenn
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Birth: Dec. 11, 1774
Naked Creek
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jan. 24, 1834
Mount Sidney
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Birth 1774-12-11 at Naked Creek, Augusta, Virginia 1
Marriage Marriage of Glenn, Hugh and Turk, Rebecca, 1821-11-13 at Augusta Co., VA 2
Also found the following listed on RootsWeb:
Marriage 3 Susan Taylor
Married: 13 NOV 1821

...which is the same date as the marriage to Rebecca Turk

Occupation Farmer, distiller 3 4
Death 1834-01-24 at Mt. Sidney, Augusta Co., VA 5
Burial Augusta Stone Church Cemetery (old part), Ft. Defiance, Augusta, Co., VA 4

Parents
Father Glenn, George [I0384]
Mother Young, Mary (Sarah) [I0385]
Siblings 1.Glenn, James [I0484]
2.Glenn, William [I0483]
3.Glenn, Sarah [I0480]
4.Glenn, Agnes (Nancy) [I0481]
5.Glenn, Martha [I0482]
6.Glenn, Mary [I0485]


Families
Married Wife McCausland, Elizabeth [I0826]
Marriage Marriage of Glenn, Hugh and McCausland, Elizabeth, 1801-08-01 at Augusta Co., VA 6 1 4
Narrative KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:

That we, Hugh Glean and John McCausland, are held and firmly bound unto His Excellency James Monroe, Esq., Governor of Virginia and his successors, for the use of the Commonwealth, in the sum of $150.00, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

Sealed with our seals and dated this first day of August, 1801.

The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas a marriage is shortly intended to be solemnized between the above bound Hugh Glenn, bachelor, and Elizabeth McCausland, spinster, daughter of the said John McCausland of Augusta County. If, therefore, there shall be no lawful cause to obstruct the said marriage, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise, to remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:


Hugh Glenn (SEAL)
John McCausland (SEAL)


(This marriage was solemnized by the Rev. William Wilson pastor of the Old Stone Meeting House, Augusta County, Va.)

Children 1.Glenn, George [I0838]
2.Glenn, Martha (Patsy) [I0487]
3.Glenn, Charlotte [I0486]
4.Glenn, Mary (Polly) [I0828]
5.Glenn, John [I0839]
6.Glenn, Jannette [I0488]
7.Glenn, Malvina F. [I1095]
8.Glenn, Rebecca A. [I1096]
9.Glenn, Nancy [I0489]

Married Wife
Children 1.Glenn, Esther [I0491]
2.Glenn, Elizabeth [I0490]
3.Glenn, James Turk [I1097]

Married Wife
Children 1.Glenn, Hugh A. [I1098]
2.Glenn, Susan [I1099]
3.Glenn, Sarah [I1100]


Narrative
Of Augusta Co. Virginia. A descendent of George Glenn, and Robert and James Young (Rev. War) who came from Londonderry, Ireland in 1740 through Philadelphia, and had land grants in Augusta. Settled on the Richard farm, near Mt. Sidney, Virginia.

Marriage 2 Rebecca Turk; Married: 13 NOV 1821 in Augusta Co, Virginia; Had 2 children with Hugh.

Marriage 3 Susan Taylor (no sources given); Had 3 children with Hugh.

-- From Bruce Andrews' GEDCOM

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Hugh Glenn was born in 1774, and on August 1, 1801, married Elizabeth McCausland, daughter of John McCausland, the marriage being solemnized by Rev. William Wilson, pastor of the Old Stone Church. He was a prosperous farmer and in 1804 completed the brick residence now standing near Mount Sidney. In after years when the Valley Pike was built, it ran through his property immediately in front of his home, (the location now is near Mt. Sidney on the left hand side of the Lee Highway as you approach from the south. Hugh Glenn is said to have owned about one thousand acres. He had his own distillery, and appears to have been a man of considerable wealth.

Nine children were born to Hugh Glenn and Elizabeth McCausland, his first wife who died in the latter part of 1820 or early in 1821. On May 15, 1820, the signatures of Hugh Glenn and Elizabeth his wife are shown on a deed recorded in, D.B. 45, page 84, of Augusta County records and on November 13, 1821, Hugh Glenn contracted a second marriage with Rebecca Anderson (nee Turk); later in life he was married a third time to Susan Taylor. He died at his home near Mount Sidney January 24, 1834, in his sixtieth year and is buried near his father.

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Hugh Glenn settled on what is known as the Richard Farm near Mt. Sidney, Va. He was married three times. On the first day of August, 1801, he married Elizabeth McCausland (daughter of John McCausland of Augusta County, Va.) by whom he had nine children, two sons and seven daughters, viz.: (A1) George, (A2) Patsy (Martha), (A3) Charlotte, (A4) Polly (Mary), (A5) John, (A6) Jannette, (A7) Malvina, (A8) Rebecca, (A9) Nancy.

After the death of his wife, Hugh Glenn married on November 13, 1821, Rebecca Anderson (nee Turk) the widow of James Anderson, by whom he had two children, viz.: (B1) Esther J. Glenn and (B2) James Turk Glenn.

After the death of his second wife he married Susan Taylor by whom he had three children, viz: (C1) Hugh A., (C2) Susan, and (C3) Sarah.

HUGH GLENN died at Mt. Sidney, Augusta County, Virginia, on January 24, 1834, in the sixtieth year of his age.

-- From the McCausland Family Genealogy prepared by Berta E. MacCarty
 
 
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 Children:
  George Glenn (1802 - 1875)*
  Hugh A Glenn (1828 - 1881)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Fort Defiance
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: TEXAS TOMB RAIDER
Record added: Jun 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53200881
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