Of Hanover. "Died 3 November 1812 at the age of more than 80.
His father, and the grandfather of Wm. Glenn, died in 1784.."
Will dated 9 September 1811, probated 28 July 1813.
Possessed a considerable personal Estate. Survived by his widow Hannah, who died in Oct. 1830. Her willwas dated 15 September 1830 and probated 22 December 1830.
Wm. P. Anderson qualified as her Administrator with the will annexed. John and Hannah had issue:
1. WILLIAM GLENN 2. JOHN T. GLENN 3. JAMES R. GLENN "who was in bad health and lived with his mother till her death." 4. ARCHIBALD H. GLENN, dec'd, who had issuein 1832:
1. JOHN H. GLENN 2. FRANCES ANN, wife of John W. Loyall in 1842, who is Guardian of her brothers and sisters who are minors in 1842:3. DAVID GLENN, under 21 yrs. of age 4. NANCY GLENN, under 21 yrs. of age 5. ARCHER GLENN, under 21 yrs. of age
Others mentioned: William P. Anderson, died prior to May 1833.
Mary Ann Anderson Admx.; William R. Irby, Security, 21 September 1835,; P.V. Daniel Attorney, 1836.
Deposition of: John D. Andrews 3 October 1836; Agnes Baily at the poor house in Goochland County beforeG. Woodson Payne, Justice of the Peace "Was acqyainted with Mrs.Hannah Glenn's family for 15 to 16 years."
A. P. Bowles 3 Oct. 1836; Edmund D. ford at the home of Archibald Anderson, Justice of the Peace, Louisa County, 29 Sept.1836; John Hope at the same place and time "Known James R. Glenn for 40 years, who since his father's death lived with his mother."
Richard Woodson at Wilson Bracket's Tavern in Richmond before R. Bradley a Notary Public, on Wednesday 26 Sept. 1836 "I wrote Mrs. Hannah Glenn's will."
Tye Harris, and Stephen T. Pulliam at William W. Pulliam's on 17 april 1834; Evan O. Ragland at Factory Mills, Louisa Co, 5 Sept. 1833. Samuel A. Guy, Justice of the Peace, Louisa Co. Lemuel Crew, Master Commissioner, Hanover 1834.
This was taken from Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes., p. 65