The Genealogical Research of Glen Mark Martin
Here is what I have discovered about my mother's family, the Glenn line. Note that any information that is not sourced should be considered speculative, and should be used only as a guide. Some dates and names are from trees compiled by other individuals, and if sources are not noted, the information provided has not been verified.
Aden L. Glenn (b. 5 May 1901, Rockwall, Rockwall County, Texas, d. 19 MAR 1991, Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas)2 married Winnie Rebecca Pace (b. 19 AUG 1904, d. 27 JAN 1939, Hale County, TX)2 in 1919. They had the following children:
1920 U.S. Federal Census, Justice Precinct 1, Floyd County, Texas, pp. 12A-12B
Name Relation Sex Color Age Place of Birth Father's Mother's Glenn A.L. head M W 18 Texas Ark Ark Winnie R. wife F W 15 Texas Texas Texas
In the 1930 Census, we find this family living near Happy, Texas, complete with my young mother. According to her, they moved quite often, especially after her mother Winnie died.
1930 U.S. Federal Census, Precinct 2, Randall County, Texas, p. 2B
Name Relation Sex Color Age Place of Birth Father's Mother's Glenn Aden L. Head M W 28 Texas Arkansas Arkansas Winnie Wife F W 25 Texas Texas Texas Nina Ruth Daughter F W 4 Texas Texas Texas
After Winnie's death, Aden married Stella Vera Holland (b. 11 APR 1904, Tyler, Smith County, Texas, d. 6 DEC 1986, Mineola, Wood County, Texas)1. For a time during the fifties, they ran a chicken farm in Arkansas, and later lived for many years in the town of Mineola in East Texas. In the eighties, they moved to Plainview, Texas. Aden died 19 MAR 1991 in Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas, and is buried in Lockney Cemetery, Floyd County, Texas.