|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1869|
|Death: ||Oct. 15, 1942|
Walter Edwin Glenn, 73, of 9 East 10th Street, Fulton, died October 15, 1942 at his home of 15 years.
Dr. R.W. Crews, of Fulton, prononced death caused by Paralysis Agitis and Arteriosclerosis. The informant was Monroe Glen, the son of the deceased, of Fulton.
Walter was born August 2, 1869, in Mississippi, the son of James Monroe and Jennie Amanda (Clymer) Glenn. He was united in marriage to Nancy Trilby and she .
Walter was a Farmer and Automobile Dealer.
Arrangements were under the direction of Leo G. Wallace of Fulton. Burial was in the Hillcrest Cemetary.
WALTER EDWIN GLENNDIES THURSDAY:
Funeral Services To Be Held Saturday Afternoon At Wallace Funeral Home:
Walter E. Glen, retired Fulton automobile dealer, died at 9:50 o'clock Thursday morning at his home on East Tenth Street after an illness of eleven years.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon,at the Wallace Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery.
Mr. Glenn was reared at Carlisle, Kentucky and at the age of twelve moved to a farm twelve miles north-east of Fulton with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe Glenn. He was married in August 1908, to Nancy Tribble Neal of Carlisle, Kentucky, who died in September 1914.
Mr. Glenn remained on his farm north-west of here until 1918, when he came to Fulton and joined Harry R. Gilbert and Lynn H. Maughs in the automobile business. In 1924 this partnership was dissolved and Mr. Glenn and Mr. Maughs became associated at what was then known as the Glenn Maughs Auto Company.
In 1931, Mr. Glenn retired from the automobile business because of ill health. However he remained active in the affairs of the Community Oil Company, the Glenn Realty Company which built the Fulton Theater building.
Mr. Glenn was a member of the Mt. Olivet Presbyterian Church and until he became ill took an active part in civic affairs.
He is survived by one son, W. Monroe Glenn of 1011 West Avenue and a member of the Callaway Bank staff, two sisters, Misses Elizabeth and Sally Glenn of the home, a brother, J.C. Glenn of north-west of Fulton.
James Monroe Glenn (1837 - 1886)
Jennie Amanda Clymer Glenn (1841 - 1931)
Nancy Glenn (1874 - 1914)
Walter Monroe Glenn*
Walter Edwin Glenn (1869 - 1942)
James Clymer Glenn (1871 - 1958)*
Elizabeth Edna Glenn (1875 - 1958)*
Sallie Glenn (1878 - 1962)*
Created by: Marsha Williams Byrd of...
Record added: Oct 18, 2012
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