I was wondering if you had come up with any more info since this posting?I am researching the Glover family of Robertson County TN (adjacent to Cheatham) and 2 of the Glover girls married two of the Demumbre boys:
John G. Demumbre & Martha A Glover Oct 4 1851 Robertson Co and then
A. J. Demumbre & Mary E. Glover May 26 1859 Robertson Co.
I was hoping for some possible cemetery records on the Glover girls, since I'm having a difficult time reconciling them to their appropriate Glover fathers based on their names and ages in the census records (which are not always accurate)
Martha A. Glover-Demumbrewas supposedly born near 1836, and Mary E Glover-Demumbre was supposedly born near 1841.
As the marriage liscense states that the brides had to be residents of Robertson Co, I am assuming that these Glover girls belong to the 3 Glover brothers who immigrated from Southampton Co VA: Robert Glover born 1793, John Glover born 1797, and Henry Glover born 1799.
Robert's wife Martha supposedly died in 1835, so a Glover girl born in 1836 would not be his. He moved away from Robertson Co after the 1840 census.
Henry and Martha Glover had 2 daughters according to their 1850 census: Julia A born 1836, and Martha born abt 1840-1843.Martha was still unmarried in 1860. This would eliminate Julia A Glover born 1836 from having a first name of Martha as I don't think the same name would be used on both girls.So it is unlikely that Henry's daughters married the Denumbre brothers.
John(dec'd) and Celia Glover had 6 daughters according to their 1850 census: Catharine born 1826, Marsha A born 1831, Emily born 1838, Mary born 1840, Julia and Marinaboth born 1841.
Emily 1838 and Mary 1840 seem like the best candidates to have married the Demumbre men,but I sure hesitate to assign them marriages without some more evidence to back me up.