Marian's given names likely were Marian Elizabeth although no documentation has been found for Eliza…

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Marian's given names likely were Marian Elizabeth although no documentation has been found for Elizabeth. The middle initial of E was used in the 1900 census, on her death certificate and in her obit, and the given name of her mother was Elizabeth. Sometimes her name was spelled Marion, but that likely was an error since Marian is fiminine & Marion masculine. In the 1910 and 1930 census records she was listed as Mamie. The Kaufman Co, TX, marriage record published transcripions state "Glasscock, W. T." and "Hallonquist, E.M." were married 29 Apr 1875. "E. M." rather than "M.E." could be a transcrition error, an original error, or it could be correct and she preferred it to be Marion E., but the clerk insisted on using the initials in the proper order. 1930 census note. Josephine Dillahunty listed as Marian's dau-in-law when in fact Jospephine was Marian's dau (who was a widow of Paul Lee Dillahunty). Additionally, Marian would have been 73 rather than 69; Josephine would have been 43 rather than 36; and Georgie would have been 34 rather than 26. Mrs. Marian E. Glasscock Was Pioneer In Big Spring. Funeral services for Mrs. Marian E. Glasscock were held Sunday afternoon in the chapel at the Eberly Funeral Home with the Rev. John Thorns, of the Presbyterian Church of Coahoma, as the officiating minister. The Presbyterian choir rendered several songs. Mrs. Glasscock was the wife of W.T. Glasscock and a pioneer resident of this city, living here for 25 years. She was born in Barnwell, South Carolina in 1856. Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hallonquist later moved to Kaufman, Texas where she was reared. Dr. Hallonquist was at one time head of the medical association of Texas. Mrs. Glasscock met and married her husband in Kaufman. Of this union seven children were born, only two of whom survive their mother. She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge and of the Presbyterian Church. After she moved from Big Spring she made her home in south Texas for nine years, and died in a Corpus Christi hospital after a cerebral hemorrhage. She was buried in the Old Fellows' Cemetery besides the graves of her husband and her daughters, Mrs. Louie and Mrs. Tom Hutto. The Rebekah Lodge had charge of the services and the Odd Fellows were the active pallbearers. They were Mssrs. Ben Miller, Jim Cauble, A. Richardson, J.W. Barnett, John Bates, J. I. Prichard, John Wolcott and Dr. E.O. Ellington. Mrs. Glasscock is survived by two daughters, Miss Georgia Glasscock, of Corpus Christi, and Mrs. Joe Dillahunty, of Rockport; six grandchildren, among them Tommy Hutto and Mrs. Obie Bristow of this city, and one great-grandchild. Source: The Big Spring,Texas Daily Herald, Big Spring, Texas, Tuesday, December 1, 1931; Pg. 6

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Marian Elizabeth Hallonquist
September 18, 1856
166 Barnwell, Barnwell, SC
6 November 27, 1931
91 75 Nueces Co, TX
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