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Champaign County, Illinois

Biography of Ulysses G. Glascock

SOURCE: "History of Champaign County, Illinois," by J. O. Cunningham, 1905SURNAMES: GLASCOCK, RANKIN, SWEARINGEN

ULYSSES G. GLASCOCK, farmer, cashier St. Joseph Bank and Supervisor of St. Joseph Township, was born in St. Joseph, Ill., where he now resides, May 19, 1866, the son of Mahlon and Mary (RANKIN) GLASCOCK. His father, Mahlon Glascock, was born in Fauquier County, Va., the son of Moses Glascock, and came to Champaign County, Ill., in 1854. The subject of this sketch was educated in the schools of St. Joseph, and on March 16, 1892, was married to Miss Alta SWEARINGEN, born in Champaign, Ill., September 13, 1868, and educated in the public schools of Rantoul and St. Joseph. Mrs. Glascock died August 28, 1904. Mr. Glascock is one of the leading business men of his locality, and was Assessor of St. Joseph Township in 1900. In religious belief he is a Methodist, and in politic;al views a Republican. Fraternally he belongs to the Knights of Pythias, Modern Woodmen of America, and the order of Ben Hur.

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