William W. Glanding-PA-1827-1864
Searching for further info concerning William W. Glanding (b. 1827; d. 9 Aug 1864,
Andersonville, GA) and his wife, Matilda M. Thomas (b. 10 Oct 1829; d. 4 April 1916, Hartshorne, OK).William W. Glanding was a member of Company E, 97th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union Army during the Civil War.Was a prisoner of war at Andersonville Civil War Prison, Andersonville, GA. Place captured:Bermuda Hundred, Virginia.Date captured:May 20, 1864.Rank:Corporal.
William W.and Matilda were the parents of: John Nelson Glanding (b. 24 Dec. 1851, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; d. 11 Feb. 1854); George Albert Glanding (b. 18 July 1852, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; d. 11 May 1854); Edmund Harrison Glanding (b. 7 Mar 1855, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; d. 1 Aug 1934, Hartshorne, OK); Sarah Annie Glanding (b. 10 Feb 1857, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; d. 1 Nov. 1874); Nathan C. Glanding (b. 15 Nov. 1858, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; d. ?); and twins, Kate and William L. "Willie" Glanding(b. 28 March 1861, Sadsbury, Chester Co., PA; Kate died at birth, and Willie d. 27 Oct 1867, Lancaster, PA).
As far as I can tell from the dates on children, the only possible ones who could have had descendants were Edmund Harrison Glanding (my gggrandfather) or possibly Nathan C. Glanding.The others all died too early.
My line is:William W. Glanding, Edmund Harrison Glanding, Edna Chester Glanding Anderson, Louis Edmund Anderson, Diana Beth Anderson Malone Harvey, Dana Eileen Malone Hatfield Klusener (me).
Looking for any other Glanding descendants out there who may be able to share information.