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Nathan O'Neal Glover

Eli S. Glover 

Francis Evans Glover
Samuel D. P. Glover Hilliard Glover James Glover
Andrew J. Glover Thomas Glover

John R. Glover

Edmund E. Glover William J. Glover

John Blackstone Fowler

Zephaniah Fowler   Ely Frank Glover

Nathan, Samuel, Andrew, Edmund, and Francis were brothers all except Francis served from Alabama.  Francis Evans served from Crawford County, Ga..  All are related by blood or marriage. 

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Confederate Privateer Rattlesnake
Line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", 1863, showing her lying by the railway bridge on the Ogeechee River, Georgia, in about February 1863

 

 

 

 


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