NameAdam GLORE
Birthabt 1747, Culpeper County, Virginia2474, p. 475.
Deathabt 1845, Kenton County, Kentucky2474, p. 475. Age: 98
Birthabt 1750, Culpeper County, Virginia
Deathbetween 1830-1835, probably Campbell County, Kentucky2478,2474, p. 476. Age: 80
Marriageabt 17702475
ChildrenUfa (-~1804)
Notes for Adam GLORE

Related Web Site: Descendants of Michael Clore, by Cathy Clore Frost.

Biographical Sketch (1976):2474, p. 475. "Adam Clore or Glore, b. ca. 1747, Culpeper Co., Va; m. ca 1770; d. 1845, Campbell Co., Ky; moved to Campbell Co. in 1795 or 1796; s/o Peter Glore and Barbara Yager. Spouse: Margaret Crisler, b. 1760, Culpeper co., Va.; d/o Fawatt Crisler and Rosina Gaar, sister of Leonard Crisler. Ch: (all Glore) Rosannah; Samuel; Nathan; Solomon; Delilah; Eleanor; Mary; Simeon; Ufa (Euphrey); Reuben; Phoeba; Elizabeth; Nancy. Will probated in Campbell Co., Ky., on April 21, 1845. Adam's father was part of the 1717 Germann Colony. Adam was mentioned in will of grandfather, Adam Yager, 1793."

1810 U.S. Census:2476
Campbell County, Kentucky
Head of Family •• Adam Glore
Males under 10 •• 2
Males 10-15 •• 1
Males 45 and over •• 1
Females under 10 •• 4
Females 10-15 •• 1
Females 26-44 •• 1
Females over 45 •• 1
Other free persons •• 2
Slaves •• 7

1820 U.S. Census:2477
Campbell County, Kentucky (Covington Township)
Head of Family •• Adam Glore
Males under 10 •• 1
Males over 45 •• 1
Females 26-45 •• 1
Persons engaged in agriculture •• 5
Male slaves •• 3
Female slaves •• 3

1830 U.S. Census:2478
Campbell County, Kentucky
Head of Family •• Adam Glore
Male 80-90 •• 1
Female 80-90 •• 1

1835 Will:2474, p. 476. "I, Adam Glore of Campbell County and State of Kentucky being infirm of body but of a Sound mind do hereby make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following viz--

1st) I desire that all my property both Real and personal be turned in to money (Except my servant woman Melinda) and out of the money arising therefrom that all my just debt and funeral expenses be paid and that One hundred in clothes [sic probably cash] be given to my Grandson St. Clair Peak as the sole heir of my daughter Ufa Peak deceased formerly Ufa Glore to be given to her by John G. Ellis or Nathan Glore.

2nd) It is my wish that immediately after my decease that my servant woman as above named be lawfully Emancipated or set free--

3rd) After the payment of my debts and funeral expenses and after the Emancipation of my servant woman Melinda I give to my three Sons Nathan Glore, Simeon Glore and Samuel Glore. Each one tenth part of my estate.

4th) I give to my daughter viz Mary Senour formerly Mary Glore, Delilah Rice formerly Delilah Glore, Eleanor Ward formerly Eleanor Glore, Nancy Overton formerly Nancy Glore and Betsy Ellis formerly Betsy Glore each one tenth part of my estate.

5th) I give to living children of my son Reuben Glore deceased one tenth part of my estate to be equally divided amongst them.

6th) I give to Edward Railsback as heir of my daughter Rosannah Railsback formerly Rosannah Glore one twentieth part of my estate.

7th) I give to Levina Wayman formerly Melvina Railsback as heir of my daughter Phebe Railsback formerly Phebe Glore one twentieth part of my estate (the reason of giving a share of my Estate to Edward Railsback and Levina is in consequence of expense in raising them.

8th) It is my wish that if St. Clair Peak should die before this my will should lawfully take effect that the portion willed to him revert back to my estate and be equally divided amongst my sons and daughters as above mentioned.

Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Nathan Glore and my two sons in laws John G. Ellis and Philip Senour Executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all others or former wills or Testaments by me heretofore made. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal this 14 January 1835.

Attest: William G. Ellis, William H. Ellis, John Bintrese, Elijah Yates
Signed: Adam Glore (Seal)

Analysis of Adam Glore Will, written in 1835: 1) daughter Ufa was deceased before 14 January 1835; and 2) daughter Ufa had one surviving child, a son named St. Clair.

1840 Kenton County Formation:15, p. 259. Kenton County, Kentucky was formed in 1840 from Campbell County, Kentucky. Kenton County has two county seats: Covington and Independence.

1845 Will Proved:2474, p. 477. "Kenton County Court, 21 April 1845, A writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Adam Glore decd. proved by the Oaths of William G. Ellis, William H. Ellis, John Bintrese & Elijah Yates was returned to Court and Ordered to be Recorded which is accordingly done. Att.: N.B. Stephens, Clk PT"
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