GRANBURY NEWS – NOVEMBER 24, 1933
Contributed by Scott James
Mrs. Mary Glenn Dies From Another Stroke
Mrs. Mary Glenn, age 73 years died shortly after noon Wednesday [November 22, 1933]. A few months ago she had a stroke and was partially paralyzed, but her condition improved and she was able to be about. Wednesday morning she had a stroke of apoplexy and passed away the same day.
She was the wife of C.B. Glenn who died in 1927 and survived by a grand-daughter, Mrs. J. Newton Nutt, whose mother died when she was small and was raised in the home of her grandmother and her many friends with her in her hour of sorrow.
Mrs. Glenn had been a resident of Hood County a number of years and had resided in Granbury the past 27 years. She had one sister living, Mrs. Myra Rogers at Mountainair, New Mexico.
Funeral services were conducted at the Estes Funeral Chapel at 3:30 pm Thursday by Rev. Hugh Brous, followed by interment in Granbury cemetery.
[Source: Granbury News, 11-24-1933; found in Hood County Library by Scott James, June 2001.]
Note: Mary was the daughter of Peter H. and Nancy J. (McKenzie) James. She was born April 16, 1860. She married Columbus Bonapart Glenn on January 20, 1876 in Hood County, Texas.