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William P. GLOVER
Ms. __?__
NOTE:  Some secondary sources say our subject is the William P. GLOVER who married Sarah B. WILLIAMSON on 10 Jun 1852 in Crawford or Baldwin Co., GA, but I haven't found the marriage record and don't see the evidence for him being our subject.
Husband:  William P. GLOVER
Birth:  1800/1
Death:  1830-40?
Father:  John GLOVER
Mother:  Sarah PASCHALL
Marriage:
Residence in 1820:  Putnam Co., GA
Residence in 1830: Crawford Co., GA
Wife:  Ms. __?__
Birth:  1800-1810
Children:
-
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Georgia

Sources:

1a.  D.L. Murray & N.R. Murray.  1995.  Marriage Index: AL, GA, SC, 1641-1944.  Salt Lake City, UT (Broderbund CD-3):  not found, at least not as to be obviously our subject.

1b.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Georgia Marriages: Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-226):  not found, at least not as to be obviously our subject.

2.  1820 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #4 of 9; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1820 GA Putnam Co. Capt Jesse Bledsoe's Dist Roll M33_9 p. 104A Ln. 20 William Gloover 000100-00000-0-000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 19-25* 1794-1801 = William
*In the 1820 Census, the third column is age class 16-18 and the fourth column is age class 16-25; therefore, any individual in column three is duplicated in column four.  By subtracting the number in column three from the number in column four, you can create an age class "19-25."
This enumerator only filled in the occupation column when it was more than one; presumably our subject was a farmer, like everyone else on the page.  Other "GLOOVERs" in Putnam County were William's presumed father, John GLOVER, and his presumed brothers, Henry GLOVER, John P. GLOVER, and Thomas W. GLOVER.

3.  1830 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #23 of 46; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
1830 GA Crawford Co. Roll M19_16 p. 404 Ln. 13 Wm P Glover 000 010 - 000 010 no slaves
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 20-29 1800-1810 = William
1 female 20-29 1800-1810 = Wife?
Listed six lines below William's brother, John P. GLOVER.  Also in Crawford County are William's brothers, Thomas W. GLOVER and Milton P. GLOVER, and his father, John GLOVER.

4.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  not found, at least not as to be obviously our subject.  At this time, William's parents are deceased.  His brothers John P. GLOVER and Milton P. GLOVER are still in Crawford Co., GA, while his brother, Thomas W. GLOVER has moved to Barbour Co., AL.

5.  1850 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  not found, at least not as to be obviously our subject.  The only Sarah WILLIAMSON in either Baldwin or Crawford Co., GA, likely to have married in 1852 is the daughter of Reuben and Sarah (GLOVER) WILLIAMSON, which would mean, if our subject did marry her, that he married his niece.  However, our subject is not indexed in the 1850 census of Crawford Co., nor is there any other William GLOVER in either Crawford or Baldwin county with the potential to have married in 1852.

6.  1860 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  not found, at least not as to be obviously our subject.

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