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Holyoke Enterprise, Holyoke, Colorado, August 14, 1969



Funeral services were held Friday, August 8, 1969, from the First Christian church for Mrs. George T. Glover, 89, who passed away at Sheridan Manor nursing home, Monday, August 4, 1969, following a lengthy illness.


Rev. Don Gordon, minister of the church, officiated at the services. Interment was at the Holyoke Memorial Park. Arrangements were in charge of Thompson Mortuary. Flora Jane Davis was born to John and Sarah Davis on August 16, 1880, at Olney Cave, Kentucky. She moved with her parents to the Bryant community in 1887 by immigrant train, where she grew to womanhood.


She was married to Thomas Norris. To this union two children were born, Dock Milton Norris,Riverside,California and Elva Fay Norris Thomas, Denver. Mr. Norris died December 13, 1900.


She was united in marriage on February 4, 1904 to George T. Glover, at a double wedding ceremony with Elmer Harmon and Blanche North. Mr. and Mrs. Glover had five children: Mrs. Paul (Gladys) Bruchez, Manhattan Beach, California; George John, who passed away October 5, 1951; Mrs. W. Max (Hazel) Starbuck; Dale Glover, both of Holyoke; and Mrs. George B. (Vivian) Scott, Sterling.


Mr. and Mrs. Glover established their home on a ranch southeast of Holyoke immediately after their marriage and reared their family there. They moved to Holyoke in 1939. Mr. Glover passed away March 4, 1954.


Mrs. Glover at one time was a member of the Holyoke Presbyterian church but later joined the Holyoke Christian church. Her hobbies included gardening, sewing, and crocheting. She was a good wife, mother, grandmother, neighbor and friend.


She is survived by four daughters and two son, already mentioned; two brothers, Ezra Davis, Wheatland, Wyoming; Alvin Davis, Loveland, Colorado; and one sister, Mrs. Bertha Ethridge, Spokane, Washington; 17 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren and 11 great, great grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends.


Relatives here from a distance to attend the funeral were:


Mrs. Elva F. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Thomas and family, Denver; Mrs. Paul Bruchez, Manhattan Beach, California; Mr. and Mr. L.J. Ehlers and daughters, Millard, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ahnstedt and daughters, Longmont; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Glover and family, Englewood; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bullock and Stacy, Colorado Springs; Mr. and Mrs. George B. Scott and sons, Sterling.


Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Davis, Wheatland, Wyoming; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis and Cecil and Mrs. Lela Boncer, Loveland; Mrs. Fern Foote, Estes Park; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis, Hayes Center, Nebraska; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis, Lesley and Roma Kay, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Delford Bowman and Fred Peterson, Wray; Mrs. Gladys Shaw, Oral Shaw, Imperial, Nebraska; Alva Shaw, Benkelman, Nebraska; Mrs. Nancy Case and Nannette, San Jacinto, California; Mrs. Russell Wieland, Fort Collins; Mrs. Etta Freatman and Russell Coates, Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bullock, Wray; and Mrs. Arthur Creveling, Imperial, Nebraska.




Flora Jane(Davis)Norris-Glover