GLENN, JAMES J - Benton County, Arkansas | JAMES J GLENN - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

James J GLENN

Pratt (Avoca-Gateway) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

September 14, 1886 - May 8, 1932
Dying is but going home

*Obituary
Benton County Record & Democrat & Sun
Thursday, May 12, 1932

GLENN, J.J. - J.J. Glenn, a single man of whom but little is known, died in Garfield Monday after a short illness. He had lived in Garfield for several years, coming there from Springdale. He is said to have been on the Fayetteville police force about 15 years ago. The body is being held in Rogers in hopes of locating relatives.

*Obituary
Rogers Daily News
Monday, May 9, 1932

J.J. Glenn, 65 years old, died at Garfield at 8:30 a.m. Sunday following an illness since Tuesday of a heart ailment. Glenn moved to Garfield about five years ago but nothing is known of his past life nor of his relatives. The body is being held pending an effort to locate relatives. He lived alone at Garfield. An obituary was found in a Bible which had been prepared by Glenn for publication in a Little Rock newspaper but it contained no information which would aid in locating relatives. He is known to have been born in Virginia and served as a member of the Fayetteville police force about 15 years ago. He also operated a blacksmith shop in Fayetteville in partnership with a man named Thomas. He moved from Springdale to Garfield. Any one having information concerning Glenn's relatives or his past life is requested to notify A.D. Callison, Rogers, or the postmaster at Garfield.

Contributed on 10/15/08 by judyfrog
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Submitted: 10/15/08 • Approved: 5/6/14 • Last Updated: 5/9/14 • R79000-G0-S3

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