The following is a listing of some of the Families that are known to have been at Glendale or in the vicinity for many years. The story of a few of these families is now available on this web site. Click on the name link to read their story. We hope to add many more family stories to the site. See note at end of name list.
(List courtesy of Charles Hammett.)
Some Individuals are covered in other articles on this site. They are listed below their family name with the link to the article.
In addition to the following names, see also Glendale Household Listing.
See also Photograph Album of Various Glendale People and Places. Most of these photos were furnished by Gerald Quinn.
Some website stories involve folks that grew up in Glendale and moved away. One example of this is
Earthquake Ethel's Roadhouse Jazz Band. This story has connections to the Quinn (3) family below.
The following Census reports relate to many of the Glendale families.
An Analyses of the 1860 Census for Bivingville
An Analyses of the 1900 Glendale Census
Gleanings from the 1910 Glendale Census
An Analyses of the 1920 Glendale Census
Excerpts from the 1940 Glendale Census
Index of Glendale's 1940 Black Households
Coats also Coates
Glendale Connections of Coates, Flinns and Ward Families
Rev. Clarence Crocker - Major Contributor to this Glendale Website
Elmond Earl Crocker and Family
Perry Lester Dillard - Stores In Glendale
S. Jervy Dupre - Presidents of the Mill at Glendale
John Y. Dupre - Mill Office
-F-A. Edgar Fowler Family
Joe J. Fowler Family
Mrs. Lillie V. Hayes -Medical Care
Dr. George P. Hilton
Joshua Hilton, Clifton Mill Superintendent
Raymond Holt - Glendale Mill Supervisors
E.C Hopper- Stores in Glendale
J.B. Landford - Glendale Mill Superintendents
James Hicks Lovelace - Glendale Post Office
Columbus Hawkins "Hawk" Lyda
Mary McKinney Teaster - Webmaster of the Glendale site.
Stephens, Bobby (Bob) Gene
Stephens, June Elaine (Bowman)
Thomas (Family 1)
Thomas (Family 2)
We earnestly solicit you to send us your family's story and how it is connected to the story of Glendale. We welcome memories, photographs, and incidents that can be added to the Glendale story. We are particularly interested in how your family came to be connected to Glendale. Also, we encourage you to share the biography of someone in your family to tell their individual story. Please send to Glendale Family Stories .
Individual BiographiesThe individual stories of a number of people who were Glendale residents or who were associated with Glendale have been collected and are told on this web site. Click on this link to see the biographies available.
This web site has been started as a public service to share the story of Glendale. The web master and person to contact about putting information on the web site is Mary McKinney Teaster. Contact her at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (843) 873-8117. See more information about Mary and her Glendale connection at Mary McKinney Teaster.