(Col.2, par.2) - GLAZE - A letter from Joel Beaty Glaze to the late Mrs. LeRuth Glaze Carrington stated: "In 1830 the oldest Glaze in Limestone County was Lewis Glaze who, according to the census, was born between 1760 and 1770 [In the 1850 census he was listed as being 77 years of age, which would make his birth ca. 1773]. At the same time there were four younger Glaze males (heads of families). These were: (1) Thomas I. (J.?) (my great-grandfather who was father of Dr. Andrew Glaze of Elton); (2) Abraham; (3) Reuben A. [father of Socrates and grandfather of Clinton Dillard Glaze] and (4) Absolem (Redus Glaze's great-grandfather). ... stuff about Absolem...These four were all born around 1800-1810 and must have been sons of Lewis. They were shown as having been born in Georgia, where their father must have gone from South Carolina or Virginia during orbefore the Georgia land lotteries of 1805. (In 1805 a Reuben Glaze participated in the Georgia land lotteries of Oglethorpe County, Georgia and there was a Reuben Glaze living in Georgia around 1800....This must have been ...brother of Lewis). .... more about Socrates's family (lots)...1st and second wives...
That seems to be the extent of the Lure & Lore info.
The Heritage of Limestone County book (do you have it?) has more infomration submitted by Marvin and Martha Davenport Glaze, 15951 US Hwy 72 W, Athens, AL 35611.
They have Lewis' grand parents and maybe further back to John Glaze, MD living there in 1717. Hope this helps!