Old John Glover (as he is referred to on a
court document) served in the American
Revolution. He and Sarah Paschal married in
96 District, Abbeville, South Carolina.
John is found on land records in Old 96
Abbeville and on
Census reports there.
It is not known exactly when Old John left Abbeville, SC. and went to
Baldwin Co. then to Putnam,
He is first seen in Baldwin then Putnam County, Ga. on official documents . He lived in
Putnam for many years
raising a family of 9 children. He left Putnam County, Ga. about 1820 and went to
County, Ga.. All his children and their families with the exception of
one daughter went to
Bibb/Crawford with Old John. John died in 1832 in Crawford County, Ga. He is
the cemetery at Mount Paran Primitive Church. Old John donated 1/2 of the land
for the church to
be built. The deed can be found in Bibb County, Ga. Deed Book C, page 451.
Mt. Paran Church, Crawford County, Ga.
Special thanks to Millie Stewart (standing in background)
and Guelda Hay for showing me all the sites in Crawford.
Two of the dearest people I have ever had the privledge
Misc Estate Records Crawford Co., Ga. Vol II
Page 186, 1 Jul. 1839:
An inventory and appraisement of the estate property was returned showing negroes
Washington, Aron, Archibald, Kissiah, Letty, Matilda
and child and notes on the following:
Lewis Lawshie, Louis Curan, W. A. Tharp, John Woods,, R. J. Williamson,
James C. Price, Abner Strippling, W. W. Seymore, C. M. Davis, Thomas Estes,
Elijah Long, Solomon Spurlock, Daniels Wadsworth, Laban Shepheard, John Hampton,
William Burgess and accounts on Milton P. Glover, W. W. Seymour and Martin Johnson.
Page 203, 11 Jan. 1840:
James E. Price, R. J. Williamson and Henry Glover as Administrators made their return of
1839. Included were vouchers paid for court fees, William E. Glover, McDonald and Powers
Jarred R. Clark for restoration warrant in Macon, William Campbell as Deputy Sheriff,
Susannah Cowan as legatee under the will ($150.00), Robertson Crutchfield as Sheriff and
Elijah H. Hicks. They also returned the hire of negroes for short periods (for a total of
$430.00) by: Aaron by R. J. Williamson, Washington by J. E. Price, Arch by Henry Glover,
Leatha by Lewis Curan, Matilda and child by R. J. Williamson, Aaron By Lewis Curan, Kissy
by Henry Glover and Letha by John Woods.
Annual Returns book "C"
Page 291, 4 March 1841:
James E. Price, Reuben J. Williamson and Henry Glover as Administrators deboins non with
will annexed made their return for 1840. Include were amounts received ($100.00 in note
from Lewis Curan) for hire on Aaron, $100.00 from John Woods for hire of Washington and
$100.00 received from Henry Glover for Negro girl Letty deceased 1840. He also returned
voucher paid for court fees, E. H. Hicks for taxes and Henry G. Lamar for services
Page 345, 4 Jan 1842:
James E. Price, Reuben J. Williamson and Henry Glover as Administrators made their Return
No. 3 for 1841. Included were amounts received for hire of Aaron, Washington, Rachael,
Caty, Lethy Arch and Kiss from 1 Jan.1841 to 1 Jun 1841. Also the sale of Aaron ($750.00),
Washington (820.00), Arch $705.00, Kiss $400.00, Rachael $555.00, Matilda and 2 children
$950.00, Lethy $775.00, Caty $750.00, and return of the money raised by sale of perishable
property $886.47. Vouchers of pay outs included taxes and court fees, Jon P. Glover his
specific legacy of $150.00, Henry Glover assignee of Thomas W. Glover his specific legacy
of $150.00, Henry Glover assignee of Thomas W. Glover $650.00, John Cowan a legatee
$600.00, John Woods a legatee $650.00, McDonald and Powers for professional services
$550.00, Price and Nesbit for professional service $200.00 and their commission $386.37 on
the whole estate valued at $7,727.43. They also listed one note for $13.91 on Solomon
Spurlock and Martin Johnson.
Agreeable to an order of the Inferior Court of Crawford County when sitting as court of
ordinary will be sole on the first Tuesday in June next before the court house door in
said county between the usual hours of sale the following property to wit:
Ten Negroes Aaron a man 42 or 3 years old, Washington a man 35 or 36, Archibald a boy
about 17 years old and Kesy a woman about 40 years old Rachel a woman about 38 or 39 years
old Tilda about 20 years old and her two children Wesley a boy 3 years old and a a boy 10
or 11 months old. All sold as the property of John Glover late of said county deceased
sold for the benefit of the heirs and for the purpose of a division amongst the heirs of
said deceased. Terms of sale six month credit.
James E. Price
Reuben J. Williamson Administrators
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