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Fred Irwin Glass
Birth: Jan. 3, 1877
Clayton
Adams County
Illinois, USA
Death: Oct. 27, 1934
Jacksonville
Morgan County
Illinois, USA

This precious man had so many things happen to him. I have studied his life for a long time now. This is my summation from what I have researched about his life.

He went off to war. When he got back, he ended up going to the Jacksonville State Hospital. Because it was so soon after his time in the military, I have to assume that he didn't do well with the memories of war. He spent many years at the hospital. The census's say that he was "insane." Had a few times where he was out for a year or so, then would go back in. He actually died in Jacksonville, Morgan, IL, which is where the hospital is. So, I am assuming that he died in the State Hospital.

I can only imagine how hard it had to be been for Jessie, being alone and trying to manage the struggles of having a loved one in a hospital for a long time.

We just don't know the struggles of military families and all that they give up to protect & defend our country. Rest in sweet peace Frederick, you deserve it.

 
 
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 Parents:
  George Horace Glass (1845 - 1929)
  Rachael Frances Billings Glass (1848 - 1913)
 
 Spouse:
  Jessie E. Moore Glass (1878 - 1916)
 
 Sibling:
  Fred Irwin Glass (1877 - 1934)
  Myrtle Glass (1878 - 1878)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Clayton South Side Cemetery
Clayton
Adams County
Illinois, USA
 
Created by: Dee Billings-Gonzales
Record added: Jan 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83455459
Fred Irwin Glass
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Added by: cj
 
 
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Rest in Heavenly peace.
- William Neill
 Added: Jan. 21, 2015

- Honoring Your Memory
 Added: May. 31, 2013
No words can come close to what you went through in your life. But, you are at rest now. No more anguish & pain. Rest in "sweet peace" dear cousin Fred. God Bless You.
- Dee Billings-Gonzales
 Added: Jan. 14, 2012
 
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