Person:Milan Glover (1)

Watchers
Milan Glover
m. 5 JAN 1804
  1. Lamira Glover1807 - BEF 1850
  2. Milan Glover1811 - 1871
m. 12 NOV 1835
  1. child Glover
  2. Emma GloverABT 1841 -
m. 22 DEC 1858
  1. Edward Livingston Glover1859 -
  2. Frank Ernest Glover1861 -
  3. Archie Milan Glover1863 - BET 1902 AND 1927
  4. Elizabeth Emma Glover1865 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Milan Glover
Gender Male
Alt Birth[3] AUG 1809 Wayne Co, NY
Birth[2] 11 AUG 1811 Phelps, Ontario Co, NY
Marriage 12 NOV 1835 to Lydia M Lansing
Other? 1836 Bought land Livingston Co, MI, Oceola Twp, sec 27 & 29Land
Other? 25 JAN 1837 Bought land Ingham Co, MI, Locke Twp, sec 10Land
Census? 1840 Shiawassee, Shiawassee Co, MI, 2m 20-30; 2f 20-30 (Livingston & wife with him?)
Census[4] 1850 Shiawassee, Shiawassee Co, MI
Marriage 22 DEC 1858 Washtenaw Co, MIto Celinda K Kellogg
Alt Marriage 23 DEC 1859 Washtenaw Co, MIto Celinda K Kellogg
Census? 1860 York, Washtenaw Co, MI, image 2, age 48 b NY
Residence[5] 1867 Saline, Washtenaw Co, MI
Alt Death[6] 20 APR 1868 Lodi, Washtenaw Co, MI
Death? 8 MAR 1871 Lodi, Washtenaw Co, MI

History of Washtenaw County, Michigan : together with sketches of its cities, villages and townships...and biographies of representative citizens : history of Michigan. Chicago : Chas. C. Chapman & Co., 1881. URL:http://name.umdl.umich.edu/bac4701 page 1285, Lodi Township

Milan Glover (deceased) was born at Phelps, N.Y., Aug 11, 1811. He was reared on a farm and educated at Geneva College, Geneva, N.Y. In 1830 he came with his parents to this county, and Nov. 12, 1835, married Lydia M. Lansing, and two children were born to them, both deceased. Mrs. Glover died Dec. 30, 1857, and Dec. 23, 1859, Mr. G. married Celinda K., a daughter of Erastus and Elizabeth Kellogg. To this union 4 children were born - Edward, Frank E., Archie A.M. and Elizabeth E. In 1837 he moved to Shiawassee Co., Mich., where he resided for a time, but finally came back to Washtenaw. On March 8, 1871, he passed to that far beyond, where he awaits the great Judgement Day. At the time of his death, and for many years previous, he was a member of the Presbyterian Church. His brother, the late Dr. Livingston Glover, of Jacksonville, Ill., was a clergyman of eminence in Illinois, and pastor of the 1st Presbyterian Church of that city for very many years. Mrs. Glover's grandfather was a soldier in the Revolutionary war.


Land Records, MI GLOVER, MILAN 15 Oct 1835 40.0000 t:3 S r:7 E s:30 MI

GLOVER, MILAN  01 May 1838  160.0000  t:3 N r:5 E s:28  MI 
GLOVER, MILAN  01 May 1838  80.0000   t:3 N r:5 E s:29  MI 
GLOVER, MILAN   21 Aug 1837   80.0000   t:4 N r:2 E s:10   MI  
GLOVER, MILAN  10 Nov 1840  40.0000  t:6 N r:3 E s:32  MI Shiawassee Co
References
  1. Phoebe Cortessis.
  2. Phoebe Cortessis.
  3. The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New, Sunset press and photo engraving co., Timothy Hopkins, 1903; found @@googlebooks, pg 682.
  4. 1850 MI Census.
  5. Glover Memorial and Genealogy, pg 541.
  6. The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New, Sunset press and photo engraving co., Timothy Hopkins, 1903; found @@googlebooks, pg 682.