92. John Emsley Glenn
was born on 12 Apr 1878 in Arkansas.(93)
He appeared on the census on 2 May 1910 in Council Precinct, Washington
County, Idaho.(343) He appeared on the
census on 22 Jan 1920 in Fruitvale, Adams County, Idaho.
(344) He appeared on the census on 14 Apr 1930 in North Bend, Coos
County, Oregon.(345) He died on 22 Aug
1936 in Bear, Adams County, Idaho.(346)
He was buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Council, Adams County, Idaho.
The Weiser Semi-Weekly Signal, July 5, 1905
"Emsley Glenn who has been working for Frank Mathias has gone to Council."
The Weiser Semi-Weekly Signal, Aug 5, 1905
In Resort [Burgdorf] news: "Mrs. Emsley Glenn came over from Council last
week and will spend a month with her husband who is working for Frank Mathias."
The Weiser Semi-Weekly Signal, Sept 16, 1905
Resort: "Mrs. Emsley Glen [Glenn], who has been here two months, returned
to her home in Council last week."
Council Leader, Aug 19, 1910
W.T. Walker helping at Fruitvale planer during absence of Emsley Glenn.
Council Leader, Apr 4, 1912
Geo. Glenn died - 9 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Emsley Glenn of TB of the bowels.
buried in Winkler Cem. (3 pages from back of issue)(He died, according to Amy
Fisk Glenn, on April 1. See photo of digging up stored potatoes that day.)
Council Leader, May 16, 1912
"Born to Emsley Glenn and wife on Friday, May 10, a fine boy." (This
was Fred Glenn)
Rev. Cathers bought 5 acres from Tom Glenn and is setting out fruit trees.
Adams County Leader, Jan 6, 1922
J.E. Glenn's brand was a quarter circle US on left shoulder. Earmark: swallowfork
in R ear, underbit in L ear
Adams County Leader, Nov 10, 1922
Ed Levander and Emsley Glenn trapped coyotes and foxes.
Adams County Leader, Sept 7, 1928
Arrested and made to pay $500 bail for moonshining: Albert and George Robertson,
and [their sister] Mary Glenn of Fruitvale.
Adams County Leader, Sept 21, 1928
Pete, Albert and Geo Robertson and Mary Glenn found guilty in Federal court in
Boise for violation of Federal Prohibition Act. Pete: 10 mos. and $500 Albert:
5 mos. and $300 Geo: 2 mos. + $200 Sentence deferred of Mary. Quite a booze
factory was destroyed
at the Robertson ranch.
Adams County Leader, Mar 8, 1929
Divorced: Mary E. Glenn from John Glenn
Adams County Leader, Nov 8, 1935
Emsley and Fred Glenn are working at Placer Basin
Adams County Leader, Feb 28, 1936
"Fred and Emsley Glenn are back working in the mine [Placer Basin] again."
Adams County Leader, Aug 28, 1936
John Emsley Glenn killed at Placer Basin Aug 22, age 58. His father [Frank P.
homesteaded the Abshire place [Tom Glenn, Schwartz, Scism place on West Fork]
He was married to Mary E. Robertson (daughter of
George Robertson and Martha) on 17 Jan 1902 in Council,
Washington County, Idaho.(347) He was
divorced from Mary E. Robertson in 1929. Mary E. Robertson
was born in 1885 in Idaho. She appeared on the census on 22 Apr 1930 in Fruitvale,
Adams County, Idaho.(348) John Emsley
Glenn and Mary E. Robertson had the following children:
George F. Glenn was born in 1903 in Washington County, Idaho. He died
on 1 Apr 1912 in Adams County, Idaho. He was buried in Winkler Cemetery, Council,
Adams County, Idaho.