Glauser, John F., d. 1942 - Glenn, Verlin P., d. 1980


Glauser, John F. 2 May 1858 - 11 Apr 1942 CCR 16 Apr 1942 p1

[Note: Son of John & Anna (Wright) Glauser; married 1880 Elsie Weuthrich 8 Sep 1861 - 3 Oct 1933]

Funeral services for John F. Glauser, 83, who died at his home in Ozark on April 11, were conducted Tuesday in the Chaffin Funeral Home by Rev. Floyd Hanks, with burial in the Ozark cemetery. Mr. Glauser was a native of Switzerland, coming to American when he was 19. He had lived in Christian county for 52 years, where he was postmaster, storekeeper and a successful and highly respected farmer in the Chestnutridge community. moved to Ozark in 1921. He was married in 1880 to Elise Worthrich and to this union 10 children were born. Four children and his wife preceded him in death. Survivors include Fred, Earnest, Hans, Rudolph, Otto, and Elise. He was a member of the Evangelical church.

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Glauser, John F. 2 May 1858 - 11 Apr 1942 CCR 23 Apr 1942 p6

We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kind assistance during the illness and death of our father and grandfather, John Glauser. We are deeply grateful for the many flowers and for the good services of Rev. Floyd Hanks, the choir, Dr. Wade, Tom Chaffin and all others.

J.F. Glauser, Chestnutridge, Ernest Glauser, Ozark, H.J. Glauser, Kansas City, Rudolph Glauser, Overland Park, Kansas, O.B. Glauser, Chicago, Elise Murphy, Kansas City, John F. Allen, Kansas City, Frank Allen, Kansas City, Lewis Allen, Kansas City.

Glauser, John Fred 12 Nov 1882 - 23 Nov 1976 OH 2 Dec 1976 p8

[Note: Son of John & Elise (Weuthrich) Glauser]

We would like to thank all the neighbors and friends for the many acts of kindness shown during the loss of our loved one, Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered.  The Fred Glauser Family.

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Glauser, John Fred 12 Nov 1882 - 23 Nov 1976 OH 2 Dec 1976 p9

Last week, we lost one of the outstanding citizens of our area. Fred Glauser, who had for so many years, had been the neighborhood blacksmith, A man who had pride in his work, and who was always afraid of over charging for his work. His word has never been questioned by anyone who knew him. He will be missed by all who knew him. He had been in very poor health for the past two or three years. He just went to sleep on Tuesday night and went so peacefully never waking up. - Chestnutridge News, By Kathleen Stewart

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Glauser, John Fred 12 Nov 1882 - 23 Nov 1976  OH 28 Apr 1977 p13

[note: quarter page ad with anvil, blacksmith shop sign and pictures of blacksmith tools}

The Blacksmith was much more than a mere shoer of horses. The true spirit of the man was his role of horse psychologist, purveyor of hardware and town handyman. He worked at his anvil hammering out tools, hinges, pots and pans, hardware and wagon springs. The “smithy” repaired and mended everything of iron that broke or wore out. The blacksmith’s place in the community was an important one. Every member of the village was his customer: his shop provided a gathering place for talk and gossip by the men and one of mystery and excitement for the children.

In Memory of Fred Glauser: By All His Friends and Neighbors Who Knew And Loved Him. And One Of The Grubby Little Boys Of Long Ago Who Used To Watch And Marvel At The Skill Of This Great And Good Man.  Always - By All Of Us.

 

 

Glauser, Otto  B. 20 Nov 1897 - 22 Dec 1981 OH 24 Dec 1981 p5

[Note: Son of John & Elsie (Weuthrich) Glauser]

Otto Glauser, 84, Chicago, Ill., died Dec. 22 after a brief illness. He was a native of Chestnutridge. Mr. Glauser is survived by one brother, Rudolph, Springfield and one sister, Elise Murphy, Kansas City. Funeral arrangements by Harris of Ozark, were incomplete at press time.

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Glauser, Otto B. 20 Nov 1897 - 22 Dec 1981 OH 31 Dec 1981 p10

Services for Otto Glauser, 84, Chicago, Ill., were held Dec. 26 at Harris Chapel with the Rev. Richard Cerratti officiating. Burial was in Ozark Cemetery. Mr. Glauser died Dec. 22 after a short illness. Born in Chestnutridge, he was a retired dispatcher for Pittsburg Plate Glass Co. in Chicago. Survivors include a brother, Rudolph, Springfield; a sister, Mrs. Elsie Murphy, Kansas City; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Glenn, Allen H. 16 Jan 1893 -  6 Oct 1963   CCR 10 Oct 1963

[Note: Son of Robert Harrison & Mary Angeline “Mollie” (Regert) Glenn; married Vesta J. 23 Mar 1896 - 12 May 1973]

Allen H. Glenn, 70, a lifelong resident of Nixa, died Sunday afternoon in St. John’s Hospital in Springfield. He was a member of the Church of Christ at Nixa. Surviving are his wife, Vesta; three daughters, Mrs. Irene Warren, Prescott, Ariz., Mrs. Doris Young, Nixa; and Mrs. Nell McDonald, Corpus Christi, Tex.; a son, Warren, of Nashville, Tenn.; three brothers, Joe, Cashemere, Wash., Verlin, Springfield, and Johnny, Forsyth; six sisters, Mrs. Pearl Wheeler, Springfield, Mrs. Minnie Collins, Ozark, Mrs. Bessie Blevins, Ozark; Mrs. Edna Blevins, Ozark, and Mrs. Maude Gardener, Nixa; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Church of Christ at Nixa with James Baysinger officiating. Burial was in the National Cemetery in Springfield under direction of Harris.

 

Glenn, Amanda Evaline (Stallings) 24 Jul 1844 - 21 Mar 1918 CCR 29 Mar 1918 p1

[Note: Daughter of John & Manerva (Taber) Stallings; married 5 Dec 1863 James Clark Glenn 12 Dec 1842 - 24 Jul 1873; in card of thanks, sister Georgann (Stallings) Melton as well her two daughters and son  calls her “mother” ]

Amanda Evaline Stallings was born July 24, 1844 near Forsyth, Mo. She was married to James E. Glenn December 5, 1863 in Christian county. to this union four children were born as follows: James Thomas, born January 19, 1865 and died in infancy; William E. born July 7, 1866; Ida Blanche, born March 15, 1870 and Mary M. born August 6, 1872. She was converted and united with the Methodist church when she was 15 years of age. Afterwards, some 20 years ago, she united with the Christian church and has always lived a faithful christian life to the time of her death, which occurred at the time of her son, W. E. Glenn, whom we all know. She departed this life March 21 at 2:45 p.m. being aged 73 years and 8 months, lacking 3 days. She leaves three children, one brother and one sister and a host of other relatives and 11 grandchildren to mourn her departure. She had been an invalid for 20 years. The writer conducted her funeral services at the Riverdale church and her body was laid to rest in the Glenn cemetery near by.  - - S. E. Hendrickson

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Glenn, Amanda Evaline (Stallings) 24 Jul 1844 - 21 Mar 1918 CCR 29 Mar 1918 p1

Died: Mrs. Amanda E. Glenn died at the home of her son, W. E. Glenn, Thursday, March 21, aged about 73 years. Funeral services were held Friday at the Riverdale church conducted by S. E. Hendrickson of the Ozark Christian Church, with interment in the Glenn cemetery near Riverdale.

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Glenn, Amanda Evaline (Stallings) 24 Jul 1844 - 21 Mar 1918 CCR 5 Mar 1918 p1

Card of Thanks

We desire to extend to all our many friends and neighbors who rendered such valuable assistance during the last illness and death of our beloved mother, Mrs. M. E. Glenn, our heartfelt thanks for their sympathy and many kindnesses shown.  Mr. Lee McCauley and family  Mrs. W. R. Sims and family  Mrs. Georgia Anne Melton and family  W. E. Glenn and family

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Glenn, Amanda Evaline (Stallings) 24 Jul 1844 - 21 Mar 1918 CCR 18 Mar 1921 p1

…of earth, sea and sky. But now it other actions are unnoticed for death has entered our home and snatched away our loving mother, which causes the sky to be curtained with somber clouds and our house overshadowed in sorrow and the world seem empty and cheerless. And in our hearts there is an aching void. But there is one great consolation. We know our mother is at rest in the hands of a just God; yet are eyes blind with tears, as the parting scene comes to memory. The day we bent over the open coffin looking at the folded hands that we would never clasp in this life. For we know that a dear mother, with this one, is forever at an end, and that she has entered the joys of the Lord. Therefore, we weep not as we had no hope. In the light of the scriptures we must submit to Him who doeth all things well, for we cannot call his wisdom into question.  Mag McCauley

 

Glenn, Anabell 1918 - 18 Mar 1935 CCR 28 Mar 1935 p8

[Note: Daughter of Charles Stanley & Jewell (Smith) Glenn]

Word has been received here of the death of Miss Anabell Glenn, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Glenn of Ontario, Calif., who died Saturday, March 16, after a brief illness with diphtheria. She is survived by her parents and three brothers, Roy, Dean, and Huber, all of Ontario. Also by a host of relatives here in Christian County. She had lived in Ontario for the past eight years and was a member of the First Christian church of that city. Burial was made in the Bellevue cemetery.

 

Glenn, Anna Merle (Tatum) 20 Jan 1905 - 27 Jun 1999  CCH-N 30 Jun 1999

[Note: Daughter of Farris S. & Elma (Sims) Tatum; married 1 Jan 1929 Henry Clay Glenn 9 Jul 1906 - 14 Mar 1983]

Merle Glenn, age 94, of Ozark, died Sunday, June 27, 1999 in Ozark Riverview Manor. She was born January 20, 1905 in Ozark, and was the daughter of Farris and Elma (Sims) Tatum. On January 1, 1929 she and Clay Glenn married. Together they farmed and owned a grocery store in Nixa for several years. Later they resided in Ozark where they owned and operated Glenn Candy Company for 30 years. Her husband preceded her in death in 1983. She was also preceded in death by two brothers, Lowell and Neal Tatum, and a sister Eula Tatum. Mrs. Glenn was a longtime member of Selmore Christian Church. Survivors include: Her son, Eddie Glenn and his wife Terri, Ozark; two grandchildren, Michele Maples and her husband Paul, Rose Hill, Kansas, and Mark Glenn, Chicago, Illinois; two great-grandchildren, Courtney and Caitlin Maple; a brother, Huber Tatum; and a sister, Lena Tatum, both of Ozark. Funeral services were 11 a.m., Tuesday, June 29 in Selmore Cemetery, with Dr. Conrad Kitchell officiating. Visitation was in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

 

Glenn, Anne E. (Cox) 1 Jan 1890 - 11 Jun 1977 OH 16 Jun 1977 p2

[Note: Daughter of Charles P. & Norah L. (Spivey) Cox; married John Glenn 4 Feb 1881 - 27 Jun 1948]

OZARK - Services for a lifelong Christian County resident, Mrs. Anna E. Glenn were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Harris Chapel, Ozark, with the Rev. Dorsey Davis officiating. Burial was in Weaver Cemetery north of Ozark. Mrs. Glenn, 87 of Ozark died at 11:50 a.m. Saturday in Springfield MediCenter after a long illness. She was a member of Ozark First Baptist Church. Surviving are a son, Bernice of Independence; two grandchildren and two great grandsons.

 

Glenn, Bernice 1917 - 11 Sep 1983  OH 22 Sep 1983 pB7

[Note: Son of John H. & Anna (Cox) Glenn; no SSDI record found]

Bernice Glenn, 66, former resident of Ozark and Sparta, died Sept. 11, 1983 in Independence, Mo. after a long illness. He was a retired employee of the Veterans Hospital in Kansas City and had lived in Independence for the past 30 years. He was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, John Glenn, Independence; one daughter, Judy McGlynn, Blue Springs; and five grandchildren. Mr. Glenn was the son of the late John H. and Anna Glenn of Ozark. Services were held Sept. 13, 1983, in the Ott and Mitchell Funeral Home. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 

Glenn, Betty Marie (Oatman) 8 Aug 1937- 26 Jan 1989

[Note: Daughter of Clarence & Audra (  ) Oatman; married 1963 Robert Glenn]

Betty Marie Glenn, 51, of Rogersville, died Jan. 26 at Cox Medical Center South, Springfield, after a short illness. Graveside services for Mrs. Glenn were held Jan. 28 at the White Oak Cemetery, Rogersville, with the Rev. Hubert Swearengin officiating. Burial was under the direction of Marsh Funeral Home. Mrs. Glenn was born Aug. 8, 1937 in Coldwater, Kansas to Clarence and Audra Bruton Oatman. She was married to Robert Glenn in 1963. She was a member of the Mentor Baptist Church, Rogersville. Surviving are her parents, Clarence and Audra Oatman, Rogersville; her husband, Robert; three daughters, Sherrie, Teresa and Melissa, all of Rogersville; two brothers, Ronald and Richard Oatman, Springfield; two sisters, Jean Butler, Springfield, and Barbara Pigg, Cullman, Alabama; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Glenn, Betty Nadine (Ray) 1 Mar 1920 - 20 Nov 1980  OH 27 Nov 1980 p2

[Note: married Bernice Glenn]

Mrs. Betty Nadine (Ray) Glenn, 60, of Independence, MO died Thursday at the Independence Sanitarium and Hospital. She was born in Caney, Kan and later moved to the Sparta area, attending school there for several years. She had lived in the Independence are for 27 years. Mrs. Glenn was a beautician before she retired and was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church in Independence. Her survivors include her husband., Bernice Glenn of the home; a son, John H. Glenn, Independence; a daughter, Mrs. Judy McGlynn, Blue Springs, a brother, Donald Ray, Bellflower, California; three sisters, Maxine Fields, Lexington, Pauline Johnson, Sunrise Beach and Irene Volk, Chillicothe and four grandchildren. Services were held Sunday in Independence.

 

Glenn, Charles Stanley 5 Dec 1891 - 13 Jul 1960 CCR 21 Jul 1960 p3

[Note: Son of  Robert Harrison & Mary Angeline "Mollie"(Regert) Glenn; married Jewell Smith]

Funeral services for Charles S. Glenn, 68, who died Wednesday, July 13 at his home in Ontario, Calif., were held Friday, July 15  at 2:30 p. m. in the Draper Memorial Chapel, Ontario. Rev. Lee R. Pryor of Pomona First Christian Church officiated. Entombment was in Belleview Mausoleum, Ontario. Mr. Glenn was a native of the Ozark community. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jewell Smith Glenn; three sons, Dean Glenn and Huber Glenn of Pomona and Roy Glenn if Ontario; seven sisters, Mrs. Pearl Wheeler and Mrs. Amanda Carter of Springfield, Mrs. Raymond Collins, Mrs. Bernice Gardner, Mrs. Carl Blevins and Mrs. Fred Blevins of Ozark, Mrs. Gerald Moura of Oakland, Calif.; four brothers, Allen Glenn of Nixa, Johnny Glenn of Branson, Verlin Glenn of Springfield and Joe Glenn of Cashmere, Wash.

 

Glenn, Edith Geneva (Hawkins) 27 Oct 1882 - 28 Oct 1965 CCR 4 Nov 1965 p1

[Note: Daughter of  Walter C. & Sarah L. (Chastain) Hawkins; married 16 Sep 1900  Edward "Ted" Glenn 31 May 1878 - 14 Oct 1968]

Mrs. Edith Geneva Glenn, who was 83 Wednesday, Oct. 27, died Thursday morning in Conelly Rest Home, Springfield where she had been the past six months. Mrs. Glenn, a native of Stone County who had lived in the Nixa community most of her life, was a member of the Church of Christ. She is survived by her husband, Edward  “Ted” Glenn; three daughters, Mrs. Ella Wetherell, 1957 South Weller, Springfield, Mrs. Lena Joiner, 1157 East Elm, Springfield, and Mrs. Helen Sedora, Anndale, Va.; one granddaughter and a great granddaughter. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Harris Chapel in Nixa with Bob White officiating. Burial was in Glenn Cemetery south of Nixa.

Glenn, Edward “Ted” 31 May 1878 - 14 Oct 1968      CCR 17 Oct 1968 p8

[Note: Son of John H. & Helen M. (Ball) Glenn; married 16 Sep 1900 Edith G. Hawkins  27 Oct 1882 - 28 Oct 1965]

Edward “Ted” Glenn, 90. a lifelong resident of the Nixa community, died at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, in Mercy Villa, Springfield, after an illness of several weeks. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ella Wethreel and Mrs. Lena Joiner, Springfield, and Mrs. Helen Sedora, Annandale, Va.; one granddaughter and one great granddaughter. Funeral services for Mr. Glenn were at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Harris Chapel at Nixa with the Rev. Kenneth Bandy officiating. Burial was in Glenn Cemetery south of Nixa.

Glenn, Elmer E., Dr. 2 Aug 1897 - 6 Apr 1973 OH 12 Apr 1973 p1

[Note: Son of William E. & Mary M. (Moore) Glenn; married Verna]

Dr. Elmer Glenn Dies in Arizona

Dr. Elmer E. Glenn, Co-founder of the Glenn-Turner Medical Clinic in 1947, now known as the Clinic of Internal Medicine, died Friday of cancer at the Bothwell Medical Hospital in Sun City, Ariz. where he had lived since 1970. Dr. Glenn, 76, was the second Springfield physician to acquire an electrocardiograph machine and soon after he was appointed director of the Department of Electricardiograph at St. John’s Hospital, a post he held until his retirement from practice in 1961. Before Dr. Glenn entered private practice in Springfield, he was a staff physician of the Missouri State Chest Hospital in Mt. Vernon, and after two years became superintendent. He served in that position for four years. For several years, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Tuberculosis Association and Missouri Heart Association. He was a president of the St. John’s Medical staff and was consultant in tuberculosis for the U. S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners and to the O’Reilley V. A. Hospital. He was co-author of the constitution and bylaws of the 18-county Ozarks Regional Heart Association, founded in the early 1950’s and became the second president. He is survived by his wife, Verna; one sister, Mrs. Ben O. Turner of Ozark and two brothers, Clark of Springfield and Clay of Ozark. Dr. Glenn Turner is a nephew.

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Glenn, Elmer E., Dr. 2 Aug 1897 - 6 Apr 1973 OH 19 Apr 1973 p12

Memorial services for Dr. Elmer E. Glenn of Sun City, Arizona, will be held Saturday morning, April 21, at eleven o’clock in the doctors’ lounge on the 5th floor of St. John’s Hospital,. Springfield. Rev. Michael McGinnis will be in charge of the service. Mrs. Glenn arrived today, Thursday from Sun City to be present for the memorial. All relatives and friends are invited to attend the service.

Glenn, Emily Willene 1944 - 11 Jan 2011 SN-L 18 Jan 2011

Emily Willene Glenn, age 66, of Sparta, passed away January 11. A memorial service will be 2 p.m., Thursday, January 20, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

Glenn, Emma P. (Blevins) 1904 - 28 Feb 1965     CCR 4 Mar 1965 p1

[Note: Son of James H. & Lucinda "Lucy"  (Wheeler) Blevins; married 3 Dec 1921 Ernest Van Glenn 22 Apr 1902 - 20 Mar 1958]

Mrs. Emma Glenn, 61 of 2925 West Madison, Springfield, died Sunday morning in Burge Protestant Hospital. She was a former resident of Ozark, moving to Springfield in 1959. Mrs. Glenn, a member of Selmore Christian Church, was employed by Calverts Manufacturing Company. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Rosella Allen, Ontario, Calif., Mrs. Marcella Painter, Vinita, Okla., Mrs. Wanda Wolfe, Springfield and Mrs. Donna Melton, Route 2, Ozark; five brothers, Lon, Henry and Clark Blevins, all of Ozark, Fred, Nixa and Radford, Ontario, California; three sisters, Mrs. Gertie Melton, Ozark and Mrs. Lorene Harp and Mrs. Mearl Haworth, both of Nixa; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Selmore Christian Church, with the Rev. Harold Mayes officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery under direction of Harris.

 

Glenn, Ernest Van 22 Apr 1902 - 20 Mar 1958    CCR 27 Mar 1958 p1

[Note: married 3 Dec 1921 Emma P. Blevins 1904 - 28 Feb 1965 ;  name spelling from tombstone varies from obit]

Earnest Van Glenn, 55, for 22 years an employee of the Missouri State Highway Department at Ozark, died Thursday, March 20, at St. Johns Hospital in Springfield after an illness of several months. He was a native of Christian County and a member of the Selmore Christian Church where he served as an Elder for some time and was a Deacon at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Glenn of the home at Ozark; four daughters, Mrs. Rozella Allen of Ontario, Calif. Mrs. Marcella Painter of Vinita, Okla., Mrs. Wanda Wolfe of Ozark and Mrs. Donna Melton of Springfield; seven grandchildren, five brothers, Allen Glenn of Nixa, Charles Glenn of Ontario, Calif; Joe Glenn of Cashmere, Wash., Verlin Glenn of Springfield and Johnny Glenn of Pleasant Hope, Mo.; seven sisters, Mrs. Pearl Wheeler and Mrs. Amanda Carter of Springfield; Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Carl Blevins of Ozark, Mrs. Bernice Gardner and Mrs. Fred Blevins of Nixa and Mrs. Gerald Maura of Oakland, Calif. Funeral services were held Sunday, March 23 at 2:30 p.m. in the Selmore Christian Church with Rev. Harold Mayes and Rev. Jess Whittington officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

 

Glenn, Freeman 8 Feb 1922 - 2 Jan 1999  CCH-N 13 Jan 1999

[Note: Son of Robert Homer “Bud”  & Vesta Ethel (Magers) Glenn; married 17 Jun 1944 Villa Ann Bilyeu]

Freeman Glenn, age 76, left those of us on earth to go home. He died January 2, at his home in Nixa. He was born February 8, 1922 in Christian County, and was the son of Robert Bud Glenn and Vesta Magers Glenn. On June 17, 1944 he and Villa Ann Bilyeu were married. Mr. Glenn graduated from Nixa High School and attended SMSU. He taught school at Highlandville and Nixa, where he also coached athletics. He served as president of the Nixa School Board for 23 years and served 10 years as president of the Christian County Board of Education. He was manager, of Wilson Cheese Company and worked as a field representative for Pet Milk, Carnation, and Mid America Dairies, from where he retired in 1987. A bell tolled when his procession passed the Riverdale Baptist Church where he taught a Sunday School Class for 51 years and served as a deacon for 41 years. He was devoted to this church where his grandparents were married over 100 years ago. His most precious earthly possessions were members of his family who survive him. They include: His wife of 54 years, Villa Ann; two sons and their wives, Robert Buddy and Becky Glenn and Jo and Joan Glenn, all of Nixa; five grandchildren, Shane and his wife, Toni, Little Rock, Arkansas, Ryan, Gregg, Kathryn and Sarah, and a great grandson, Tyler Freman Glenn, all of Nixa; a sister-in-law, Irene Glenn, and a nephew, Wayne Glenn and his wife, Nira, all of Nixa. His parents preceded him in death as well as a brother, Myron. Funeral services were Tuesday, January 5, in Adams Funeral Home, Nixa with Pastor Tommy Bilyeu officiating. Burial was in Glenn Cemetery. Visitation was Monday in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to Riverdale Baptist Church Building Repair Fund, PO Box 117, Nixa, MO 67521.

 

Glenn, George Phillip 23 Mar 1887 - 17 Jan 1967       CCR 19 Jan 1967 p1

[Note: Son of  John Henry & Helen M. (Ball) Glenn; married  16 Mar 1907 Martha Francis Thompson  22 May 1887 - 22 Aug 1964]

George Phillip Glenn, 78, a lifelong Christian County resident, died at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday in Bilyeu Nursing Home, Ozark, where he had been a patient two weeks. A member of the Christian Church, Mr. Glenn had lived most of his life in the Nixa community. A daughter, Mrs. Stella Wadkins, Nixa; a brother, Edward :Ted” Nixa; three grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren survives. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Harris Chapel at Nixa with the Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating., Burial will be in Glenn Cemetery.

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Glenn, George Phillip 23 Mar 1887 - 17 Jan 1967 SN-L 19 Jan 1967

Funeral services for George Phillip Glenn, 78, a lifelong resident of Christian County, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Harris Funeral Chapel, Nixa with the Rev. Roscoe Harding officiating. Burial will be in the Glenn Cemetery, south of Nixa. Mr. Glenn died at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday in Bilyeu Nursing Home, Ozark, where he had been a patient for two weeks. {Springfield {Mo} News and Leader January 19, 1967} Contributed by Jamie Hubbert.

 

Glenn, Helen M. (Ball) 21 Jun 1847 - 10 Jan 1932 CCR 14 Jan 1932 p1

[Note: Daughter of Capt. Jackson & Elizabeth (Keltner) Ball; married 5 Apr 1866 CCM John Henry Glenn 27 Feb 1841 - 21 Jan 1916]

Helen M. Glenn, aged 84 years, died at her home near Riverdale, Saturday, Jan. 9, 1932, at 4:30 p.m. She is survived by nine children, John, Jack, and George of Sparta, Mrs. H.L. Harris of Springfield, Mrs. W.H. Shipp of Paola, Kansas, Robert of Springfield, Mrs. Jennie Pierce of Springfield, Mrs. Lyda Kendrick of Riverdale and Edward of Nixa. The funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 10. Burial was made in the Glenn cemetery under the direction of Rathbun & Chaffin of the Sparta Undertaking Company with Rev. J.E. Bennett conduction the services.

 

Glenn, Henry Clay 9 Jul 1906 - 14 Mar 1983 OH 17 Mar 1983 p8

[Note: Son of William E. & Mary M. (Moore) Glenn; married Anna Merle 20 Jan 1905 - 27 Jun 1999]

Services for Clay Glenn, 76, Ozark, were held March 16 in Harris Chapel with the Rev. Harold Mayes officiating. Burial was in Selmore Cemetery. Mr. Glenn died March 14 in his home following a short illness. A lifelong resident of the Ozark and Nixa communities, Mr. Glenn was a member of Selmore Christian Church, where he served as an elder. He was a retired farmer and was the owner of the Glenn Candy Co., in Ozark until his retirement in 1970. He also had worked for the Curtis Candy Co. for several years and had operated a grocery store in Nixa for several years. Survivors include his wife, Marie, one son, Eddie, Nixa, and two grandchildren.

 

Glenn, Irene O. (Payne) 19 Feb 1921 - 7 Apr 2004 CCH-N 07 Apr 2004

[Note: Daughter of William Almus & Ida Belle (McConnell) Payne; married 27 Mar 1941 Myron Glenn 26 Dec 1920 - 17 Jan 1990]

Irene O. Glenn, 83, Nixa, died Wednesday, April 7, 2004. She was born Feb. 19, 1921 on North Main Street in Nixa. Glenn's parents, William Almus and Ida Belle (McConnell) Payne were both from early Nixa pioneer families. In 1939 she graduated from Nixa High School and in 1941 she and Myron Glenn were united in marriage. She was a member of Riverdale Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Myron, in 1990; a brother, Howard Payne; and her parents. Survivors include her son, Wayne Glenn and wife Nira, Nixa; three grandchildren, Dwight Glenn, Amy Sportsman and husband Mike, and Allison Cash and husband Cody, all of Nixa; five great-grandchildren; a brother, Ralph Payne; and two sisters-in-law, Villa Ann Glenn and Rosalie Payne. A graveside funeral was held at 3 p.m. April 9 in Glenn Cemetery, south of Nixa, with Pastors Tommy Bilyeu and Jamie Bilyeu officiating. ©Ozarks Newsstand 2004

 

Glenn, Jackie D. 10 May 1939 - 13 May 1975 OH 29 May 1975 p9

[Note: Son of Everett & ? (?) Glenn; married Susan]

SEYMOUR - T-Sgt. Jackie D. Glenn, 36, London, England, was killed in a helicopter crash May 13 while attempting to evacuate U. S. Marines in Cambodia during the Mayaquez incident. T-Sgt Glenn served in the USAF for 18 1/2 years. Survivors include his wife, Susan of London; a son, Andrew, of London; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glenn, Route 1, Seymour; six brothers, Donald of Jefferson, Okla., Ronald and John, both of Seymour, Arlin and James, both of Denver, Colo. and Kenneth of Ozark; two sisters, Mrs. Lois Medley, Springfield and Mrs. Helen Moore, Seymour. Services were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Seymour Christian Church with the Rev. John Stapp officiating. Burial was be in London.

 

Glenn, John 4 Feb 1881 - 27 Jun 1948 CCR 1 Jul 1948

[Note: Son of John Henry & Helen M. (Ball) Glenn;  married 17 Aug 1912 Anna E. Cox 1 Jan 1890 - 11 Jun 1977]

John Glenn was born Feb. 4, 1881, near Riverdale in Christian county, Missouri, and passed away at the St. John’s hospital in Springfield on Sunday, June 27, 1948. Death was attributed to a heart ailment. He was married to Miss Anna E. Cox at Ozark on August 17, 1912 and to this union were born twin sons, Maurice and Bernice. Maurice preceded his father in death on November 14, 1937. He was converted and joined the Baptist church in Ozark in 1912 where he remained a faithful member throughout his lifetime. He had been a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge at Nixa for many years and retained that connection until his death. He was elected treasurer of Christian county in 1912 and served two terms, then he was elected to the same office in 1940 and served six years. Between his service in office he operated the Bank of Sparta and engaged in farming. Surviving are his wife, Anna; one son, Bernice of Ozark; one granddaughter, Judy Glenn of Ozark; three brothers, William Jackson Glenn of Highlandville, Edward and George Glenn of Nixa; two sisters, Mrs. Lyda Kendrick of Highlandville and Mrs. Jennie Pierce of Nevada, Mo., a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the Chaffin Funeral Home chapel in Ozark by Rev. Robert Baker with burial in the Weaver cemetery near Ozark under direction of Chaffin of Ozark.

 

Glenn, John Henry 27 Feb 1841 - 21 Jan 1916 CCR 28 Jan 1916

[Note: Son of William Alexander & Mary Magdalean (Collins) Glenn; married 5 Apr 1866 CCM Helen M. Ball 21 Jun 1847 - 10 Jan 1932; no MO DC found]

Uncle John Glenn, aged 75 years and a well known citizen of the county, died at his home near Riverdale at two a.m. Thursday from an attack of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held today with interment in the Glenn cemetery. Mr. Glenn was the father of County Treasurer Glenn and besides the widow leaves a large family of grown children and many other relatives in the county.

 

Glenn, Joseph Lester d 25 Jul 1967   CCR 10 Aug 1967 p1

[Note: Son of  Robert Harrison & Mary Angeline "Mollie" (Regert) Glenn; married Ethel]

Joseph Lester Glenn of Cashmere, Wash, passed away July 25 in a hospital there of a lingering illness. Survivors are his wife, Ethel; four daughters of the state of Washington; one son of Oakland, Calif.; five sisters, Mrs. Allie Moura of San Lorenzo, Calif., Mrs. Maude Gardner of Nixa, Mrs. Bessie Blevins, Mrs. Edna Blevins and Mrs. Minnie Collins of Ozark; two brothers, Verlin Glenn of Springfield and Johnny Glenn of Forsyth. Funeral services were held on August 1 in Cashmere. Mr. Glenn was a former resident of Christian County.

 

Glenn, Laura O. 6 Jul 1882 - Nov 1972  OH 16 Nov 1972 p6

[Note: Daughter of Rufus Cicero & Mary Adeline (Griffis) Glenn]

Funeral services for Miss Laura O. Glenn, 90. a lifelong Nixa resident, was at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Harris Chapel with the Rev. Fred Jackman officiating. Burial was in the Glenn Cemetery south of Nixa. Miss Glenn, a member of the First Baptist Church, is survived by a sister, Mrs. May Hayden, of Nixa, and a niece.

Glenn, Lina (Dixon) 21 Dec 1892 - 8 Nov 1979 OH 22 Nov 1979 p B7

[Note: Daughter of  John W. & Martha Alice (Wray) Dixon; married 31 Jul 1920 Oscar Glenn 26 Mar 1894 - 24 Sep 1954]

We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for the thoughtfulness shown during the illness and death of my mother, Lina Glenn.   The Don Emberton Family

Glenn, Martha Francis (Thompson) 22 May 1887 - 22 Aug 1964 SN-L 24 Aug 1964

[Note: married  16 Jun 1907 George Phillip Glenn]

Funeral Services for Mrs. Martha Francis Glenn, 76, who died Saturday evening in her home in Nixa, were to be at 2 p.m. today in the Harris Chapel here. The Rev. Roscoe Harding was to officiate and burial to be in the Glenn Cemetery, south of Nixa, Missouri. {Springfield {Mo} News and Leader August 24, 1964} Contributed by Jamie Hubbert.

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Glenn, Martha Frances (Thompson) 22 May 1887 - 22 Aug 1964 CCR 27 Aug 1964 p1

Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Frances Glenn, 76, who died Saturday, August 22 in her home in Nixa, were at 2 p.m. Monday in Harris Chapel here. The Rev. Roscoe Harding officiated and burial was in Glenn Cemetery south of Nixa

Glenn, Mary Adeline (Griffis) 4 Jun 1848 - 8 Apr 1948 CCR 15 Apr 1948

[Note: Daughter of William Benton & Harriet (Hawkins) Griffis; married 8 Feb 1881 Rufus Cicero Glenn 27 Nov 1844 - 12 Aug 1928]

Mary Adeline Griffis was born in Ebenezer, Missouri, on June 4, 1848, and died on April 8, 1949, in the home where she had resided for 67 years. February 8, 1991, she was united in marriage to Rufus C. Glenn, who preceded her in death August 12, 1928. To this union were born two daughters, Miss Laura Glenn and Mrs. May Hayden, both of the home. She is also survived by four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, many other relatives and friends. Mrs. Glenn professed faith in Christ and united with the Riverdale Congregational church at the age of 37. Although a broken hip sustained in a fall some years ago kept her confined to a chair and crutches, Mrs. Glenn retained her full facilities of mind, sight and hearing until her death at the age of 88 years, 10 months and 4 days. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Saturday in the Riverdale church conducted by Rev. Ross Carter of Noel, Mo., assisted by Rev. R. C. Harding of Nixa. Burial was in the Glenn cemetery under the direction of Wilburn Maples Funeral Home of Nixa.

Glenn, Mary Angeline “Mollie” (Regert) 27 Oct 1869 - 3 Aug 1943 CCR 5 Aug 1943

[Note: Daughter of  Valentine & Lockie (Powers) Regert; married 20 Dec 1889 CCM Robert Harrison Glenn 2 Mar 1869 - 29 Oct 1933]

Funeral services for Mrs. Mollie A. Glenn, 73, who died Tuesday morning at her home in Springfield following a heart attack, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Riverdale church, with interment in Glenn cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home. A complete obituary will be available next week.

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Glenn, Mary Angeline “Mollie” (Regert) 27 Oct 1869 - 3 Aug 1943 CCR 12 Aug 1943 p1

Funeral services for Mrs. Mollie A. Regert Glenn, 73, who died Aug. 3 at her home, 249 W. Chestnut, Springfield, were held Sunday afternoon at the Riverdale church, conducted by the Rev. Willis Murdaugh of Springfield, with burial in Glenn cemetery under direction of Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark. She was married to Robert Glenn in 1889 and to this union were born 15 children, all of whom survive. Her husband preceded her in death in 1923. Survivors include eight sons, Allen of Nixa, Earnest, Robert and Oscar of Ozark, Johnny of Springfield, Joe of Cashmere, Wash., Charles of Ontario, Calif., and Verlin of Oakland, Calif.; seven daughters, Mrs. Minnie Collins of Ozark, Mrs. Bessie Blevins of Nixa, Mrs. Mandy Carter and Mrs. Pearl Wheeler of Springfield, Mrs. Maude Gardner of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Allie Moura of Oakland, Calif., and Edna of the home. She is also survived by 45 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.

Glenn, Mary M. (Moore) 30 May 1875 - 29 Jul 1953     CCR 30 Jul 1953 p5

[Note: Daughter of  James & May Deline (Johnson) Moore; married 9 Mar 1894  William Edward Glenn 7 Jul 1878 - 7 Sep 1933]

Mrs. Mary Glenn, 78, a lifelong resident of Christian County, died at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Johns Hospital, Springfield after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Glenn is survived by three sons, Dr. E. E. Glenn and Lark Glenn, both of Springfield and Clay Glenn of Ozark; a brother, Ed Moore of the Petelo community; a sister, Mrs. Mattie Plummer of Reeds Spring; five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o’clock Friday afternoon in the Selmore Christian Church and burial will be in the Glenn Cemetery under direction of the Glenn Cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

Glenn, Mildred M. (Park) 2 Dec 1906 - 26 Dec 1993  NN-E 29 Dec 1993

[Note: Daughter of  Samuel Wilson & Florence (Blank) Park; married 28 Mar 1928 William Clark Glenn 9 Jul 1906 - 13 Nov 1981]

Mildred M. Glenn, 87, Springfield, died Sunday, Dec. 26, 1993, in her home following a short illness. She was born on Dec. 2, 1906, in Highlandville, the daughter of Wilson and Florence Blank Park. She was united in marriage to William Clark Glenn on March 28, 1928. She was a member of the Selmore Christian Church, and was a homemaker. She had resided in Springfield for the past 50 years. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; two brothers, Luther and Clifton Park; and two sisters, Ethel Glenn and Della Waggoner. Survivors include several nieces and nephews and a host of dear friends. Services will be held Wednesday, Dec. 29, in Harris a Heritage Funeral Home, Ozark, with the Rev. Howard Blevins officiating. Burial will follow in the Glenn Cemetery West of Nixa.

Glenn, Myron 26 Dec 1920 - 17 Jan 1990 OH 25 Jan 1990

[Note: Son of Robert Homer “Bud” & Vesta Ethel (Magers) Glenn; married Irene O. Payne 19 Feb 1921 - 7 Apr 2004]

Myron Glenn, 69, Nixa, died at 8:55 a.m. Jan. 17 in Cox Medical Center South, Springfield. Mr. Glenn, a farmer, served in the U.S. Navy in World War II and was a member of Riverdale Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Irene; his mother, Vesta Glenn; a son, Wayne and his wife, Nira; three grandchildren, Dwight, Amy and Allison; a brother and sister-in-law, Freman and Villa Ann Glenn; and two nephews, Buddy and Joey Glenn. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. Friday in Glenn Cemetery with Rev. Tommy Bilyeu officiating.

Glenn, Naoma L. (Sage) 6 Sep 1914 - 7 Mar 2005 SN-L 9 Mar 2005

[Note: Daughter of Harvey & Ruth (Wommack) Sage; married 1933 Johnny C. Glenn 26 Jun 1911 - 26 Jan 1994]

Naoma L. Glenn was born September 6, 1914, in Fair Grove, Mo., to Harvey and Ruth (Wommack) Sage and died March 7, 2005, in Springfield, Mo. Growing up in Springfield, Naoma graduated from Springfield Central High School and was a member of the Kilties Drum Corps. She was married to Johnny C. Glenn in 1933 who preceded her in death in 1994 after more than 60 years of marriage. She was also preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Houston Sage. Naoma was a loving wife and mother and taught expression to many children in Greene and Polk Counties before the family moved from Pleasant Hope to Taney County in 1958. In Forsyth, she worked alongside her husband in family businesses, Glenn's (Glen's) Supermarket and Glenn's Department Store. She always made time for her many church activities, choir, secretary, Sunday School Teacher, and many other jobs needed to help the First Baptist Church of Forsyth. Survivors include sons, Jon and wife, Mabel Glenn, Forsyth, and Don and wife, Joanna Glenn, Branson; daughter, Suzanne Poindexter, Springfield; Grandchildren, Wayne and wife, Bobbi Glenn, Springfield, Shirley Glenn, Branson, Stacey and husband, Jeff Blevins, Branson, Chris Scott, Forsyth, and Crystal Scott, Springfield; Great- grandchildren, Cody, Nick, Ashley, and Heather Glenn, Devin Cook, Shawn, and Megan Glenn, and Logan Blevins; sister, Jo Ann Hanson, Calif.; brother, Linwood and wife, Irene Sage, Ore.; and sister-in-law, Flo Sage, Ark. Funeral Services will be held Friday, March 11, 2005, at 2 p.m. in Greenlawn Funeral Home in Branson, Mo., with Rev. Max Edmondson officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Glenn Cemetery in Nixa. Naoma and Johnny are again singing their beautiful hymns together.

Glenn, Rickey Dean 1962 - 29 Aug 1977 OH 8 Sep 1977 p1

[Note: Son of Kenneth & Patsy (Matier) Glenn]

Lightning Fatal to Ozark Youth

OZARK - Services for Rickey Dean Glenn, 15, Ozark, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Ozark High School auditorium with the Rev. Roy Cantrell officiating. Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery northeast of Seymour. The family will be at the Bogart Chapel, Seymour, between 7:30 and 9 p.m, Wednesday. The Ozark High School sophomore was found dead in his mother’s home between 12:30 and 1 p.m. Monday by his mother. Christian County Coroner, Arthur Adams said he did not know the cause of death, but no autopsy was scheduled. Earlier, authorities had speculated that the youth died when he was struck by lightning. Active in Ozark High School sports, he played baseball, basketball and football. He was a member of the High Street Baptist Church, Springfield. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Patsy Glenn, Ozark; father Kenneth of Ozark; two sisters, Debra and Tammy, both of the mother’s home; two brothers, Joe and Richard, both of the mother’s home; two step-brothers, Butch McCoy and Rick, McCoy, Ozark; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matier, Route 1, Seymour; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glenn, Route 1, Seymour.

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Glenn, Rickey Dean 1962 - 29 Aug 1977 OH 15 Sep 1977 p11

We would like to thank all our friends and relatives for all the flowers, plants, visits, sympathy, prayers and all other kindnesses shown to us during the loss of our sons and step-son.  Kenneth and Betty Glenn.

Glenn, Robert Harrison 2 Mar 1869 - 29 Oct 1933 CCR 2 Nov 1933 p1

[Note: Son of John Henry & Helen M. (Ball) Glenn; married 30 Dec 1889 Mary Angeline "Mollie" Regert 27 Oct 1869 - 3 Aug 1943]

Funeral services for Robert H. Glenn, 64, 1417 West Water street in Springfield, who died in St. John’s hospital there last Sunday night, will be at 2 o’clock this afternoon at the Riverdale Church, five miles southwest of Ozark. An employee of the [obit ends]

Glenn, Robert Homer “Bud” 27 Sep 1895 - 15 Jan 1945 CCR 18 Jan 1945 p1

[Note: Son of  Robert Harrison & Mary Angeline "Mollie"(Regert) Glenn; married 1 Aug 1920  Vesta Ethel Magers 31 Jul 1901 - 19 May 1998 m/2 Graham]

Robert H. (Bud) Glenn, 49, died Monday night at his farm home south of Nixa. He was a veteran of World War I. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Vesta Glenn; and two sons, Freeman Glenn of Springfield and Myron Glenn of the U.S. Navy. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon in the Riverdale church and will be under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

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Glenn, Robert Homer “Bud” 27 Sep 1895 - 15 Jan 1945 CCR 25 Jan 1945 p5

Robert Homer (Bud) Glenn was born Sept. 23, 1895, and passed away at his home south of Nixa, Jan. 15, 1945. He was the son of the late Robert H. and Molly N. Glenn, well known residents of Christian county. He was united in marriage to Miss Vesta Ethel Magers on July 1, 1919, and to this union were born two sons. He was a volunteer in World War I, going into service with the U.S. Army, Aug. 8, 1916, and after serving his country in France was honorably discharged April 26, 1919. In the Battle of the Argonne Forest he was gassed and wounded. He was a member of the Highlandville Baptist church and was a faithful worker. Survivors are his widow, Vesta; two sons, Freeman of Nixa and Myron of the U.S. Navy, Farragut, Idaho; seven brothers, Charley and Verlin of California, Joe of Washington, Allen of Phoenix, Ariz., John of Springfield, Ernest and Oscar of Ozark; seven sisters, Mrs. Allie Maura of Logan, Calif., Mrs. Pearl Wheeler and Mrs. Mandy Carter of Springfield, Mrs. Maud Gardner, Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Edna Blevins of Ozark and Mrs. Bessie Blevins of Nixa. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in the Riverdale church by Rev. Reg Mapes with burial in the Glenn cemetery under direction of the Chaffin Funeral Home of Ozark.

Glenn, Roger Wesley 14 Nov 1911 - 24 Jan 1959 CCR 29 Jan 1959 p5

[Note: Son of George Phillip & Martha Francis (Thompson) Glenn; married Sophia Zay]

Funeral services for Roger Wesley Glenn, 47, who died Saturday, Jan. 24 at his home in Nixa, were held Monday afternoon in the Harris Funeral Chapel there, with Rev. Fred Jackman officiating. Burial was in Glenn Cemetery under direction of Harris. He was a lifelong resident of the Nixa community and a member of the Riverdale Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, Wesley Glenn and one daughter, Wanda Jean Glenn, both of Springfield; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Glenn of Nixa; and a sister, Mrs. Stella Mae Wadkins of Nixa.

Glenn, Roy Dorrel 1917 - 15 Apr 1966  CCR 28 Apr 1966 p1

[Note: Son of Charles Stanley & Jewell (Smith) Glenn; married Betty]

Roy Dorrel Glenn, 48, of Roubidoux, Calif. died April 15 after collapsing while at work. He was dead on arrival at a Los Angeles Hospital, of causes yet undetermined. He is survived by his wife, Betty; his mother, Mrs. Jewell Glenn; three sons, Edward, Donald and Terry of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Diana Cockrum of Montclair; two brothers, Donald and Charles of Pomona; and two grandchildren. Services were at Draper Memorial Chapel April 19 and interment was in Bellevue Mausoleum in Ontario. Mr. Glenn was the son of the late Charles Glenn , formerly of the Ozark community

Glenn, Rufus Cicero "R. C." 27 Nov 1844 - 12 Aug 1928 CCR 16 Aug 1928 p1

[Note: Son of William Alexander & Mary Magdalean (Collins) Glenn; married 19 Mar 1871 Nancy Elenor McCroskey 10 Mar 1843 - 9 Sep 1879; married  8 Feb 1881 Mary Adeline Griffis 4 Jun 1848 - 8 Apr 1948]

R. C. Glenn -- died at his home 1 mile southwest of Riverdale on August 12th at 2:30 p.m. sty the age of 82 years, 8 months and 15 days. He leaves to mourn his departure his widow, one sister of Ozark, and two daughters, Miss Laura Glenn and Mrs. Charley Hayden, besides other relatives and friends. The funeral services were conducted at the Riverdale church on August 13th, at 2:30 p.m., by Rev. Ross Carter, with burial in the Glenn cemetery under the direction of T. B. Chaffin.

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Glenn, Rufus Cicero "R. C." 27 Nov 1844 - 12 Aug 1928 CCR 16 Aug 1928

Card of Thanks

We desire to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the beautiful flowers and for the acts of kindness extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father, especially do we thank Dr. Wasson for his untiring efforts.  Mrs. R. C. Glenn,  Mrs. Charles Haden  Miss Laura Glenn

Glenn, Tom 21 Sep 1906 - 18 Jan 1981 OH 22 Jan 1981 p11

Services for Tom Glenn, 74, Springfield, father of Tom Glenn, Jr., of Billings, were held Tuesday in Springfield. Mr. Glenn died Sunday in the Cox Medical Center after a short illness.

Glenn, Verlin P. 29 Nov 1900 - 4 Sep 1980 OH 11 Sep 1980 p5

[Note: Son of Robert Harrison & Mary Angeline “Mollie” (Regert) Glenn]

Verlin P. Glenn, 79, of Springfield, died last Thursday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. Services were held Monday in Greenlawn North with burial in the National Cemetery. Paul Johnson officiated. Mr. Glenn was a Navy veteran born in Christian County and moved to Springfield in 1923. Among those surviving are four Christian County relatives; sisters,  Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Minnie Blevins, both of Ozark and Mrs. Maude Gardner and Mrs. Bessie Blevins, both of Nixa.

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