90. Cora Hazeltine "Hattie"
Walden was born on 6 Jul 1881 in Pond Springs, Williamson County, Texas.
(332) She died on 13 Aug 1959 in Austin,
Travis County, Texas. She was buried in Austin Memorial Park, Travis County,
From The Austin American Friday, August 14, 1959. Page A-18
HATTIE CORA GLENN
Hattie Cora Glenn, 5900 Boswell Lane, died Wednesday night at the age of 78 in
a local hospital.
She is survived by her husband Charles P. Glenn: four daughters, Mrs. H. J. Jones
of Houston, Mrs. Myrtle Griffin, Mrs Suda Hohertz, and Mrs W. R. Boatner, all
of Austin: three sons John Glenn, Lewis Glenn, both of Houston and Fred Glenn
of Austin: four sisters, Mrs. J. J. Long and Mrs. Clementine Jackson, both of
Austin, Mrs. Stanley Milligan of Jollyville, and Mrs. Howard Hauseflecke of Waco:
five brothers. T. H. Walden, Elmer Walden, and J. V. Walden, all of Austin. Edgar
Walden of Jollyville, and W. D. Walden of Houston; eight grandchildren and 11
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Cook Funeral Home.
From the Austin American, Saturday, August 15, 1959:
MRS. HATTIE C. GLENN
Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie C. Glenn will be held at 3:30 p. m. Saturday
at Cook Funeral Home with Rev. M. P. Burton and Rev. Charles T. Hardt officiating.
Mrs. Glenn, of 5900 Bowell Lane, died in a local hospital Thursday. She was
a life-long resident of Travis County and was a member of Memorial Methodist
Pallbearers will be Norwood Walden, Noble Long, Vernon Walden, Allen Walden,
Morris Walden, Dale Jackson, Glenn Warren, Arlen Warren and Glenn. Burial will
be in Memorial Park.
She was married to Charles Paisley Glenn (son of John Paisley
Glenn and Sarah Elizabeth Walden) on 5 Sep 1897 in Austin,
Travis County, Texas. Charles Paisley Glenn
was born on
23 Nov 1879 in Bull Creek, Travis County, Texas.
(334)(332) He appeared on
the census on 27 Jun 1900 in Precinct #8, Williamson County, Texas.
(335) He appeared on the census on 11 May 1910 in JP #4, Travis County,
Texas.(336) He appeared on the census
on 30 Jan 1920 in JP #4, Travis County, Texas.
(337) He appeared on the census on 2 Apr 1930 in JP #2, Travis County,
Texas.(338) He died on 27 Oct 1976 in
Austin, Travis County, Texas.(76) He
was buried in Austin Memorial Park, Travis County, Texas.
Farmed between Austin and Manor, Texas. The Glenns were members of the Memorial
Methodist Church in Austin.
From the Austin Nespaper, Friday, October 29, 1976:
Deaths and Services
GLENN, Charles P., 96, 5900 Coventry Lane, died Thurday. Services at 11 a.m.
Saturday at Cook Walden Funeral Home. Survivors: son, Fred Glenn of Austin;
daughters, Olga Boatner of Austin, Myrtle Griffin of Jollyville, Eula Jones of
Houston; brother, Jasper Glenn of Austin, sisters, Cora Warren of Austin, Arrie
Estepp of Crane, 8 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 4 great-great grandchildren.
Cora Hazeltine "Hattie" Walden and Charles Paisley Glenn had the following
John William Glenn.
Eula Oma Glenn.
Myrtle Myra Glenn.
Suda Savannah Glenn.
Louis Henry Glenn.
Fred Orfield Glenn.
Olga Viola Glenn.
Lloyd Marvin Glenn was born on 4 Apr 1909 in Travis County, Texas.
He died on 1 May 1945 in Okinawa, Japan. He was buried in Austin Memorial
Park, Travis County, Texas.(341)
Sgt. Glenn was killed in action on May 1, 1945, on Okinawa. He was a member
of the 7th infantry division and was a veteran of four major engagements in the
Pacific, Kiska, Kwakein, Leyte, and Okinawa. He had been overseas 23 months
before his death and was wounded on Leyte November 30, 1944, and was awarded
the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Presidential Unit Citation. Before
entering the service on February 27, 1942, he was a tree surgeon Austin.