Lucinda Hane Glore v Jacob Glore (Journal 7 p402 - 9 Mar 1870; p466-467 - 5 Nov 1870; Roll 22 case number 38)
By Pamela Pattison Lash (updated 2010)
The couple was married in Chatfield Twp, Crawford Co, OH; she said the date was 15 July 1852, but the record showed the marriage was on 24 July 1852 (Marriage V4 p129). The couple had three children, Philetus (17), Jacob (9), and William (3).
Lucinda Hane, the daughter of John Wilson and Delilah Anne Farrow Hane, was born on 29 Apr 1839 in Ohio. This Hane family was enumerated in the 1850 Millcreek Twp, Williams Co, OH federal census p31B as John Hane 41 PA, Delilah 35 PA, Rubin 12 OH, Lucinda 11 OH, Margaret 8 OH, John 6 OH, and Mary 4 OH. Jacob Glore, the son of John and Mary Glore, was born in Erie, NY on 12 Feb 1829. The Glore family was listed in the 1850 Chatfield, Crawford Co, OH federal census p6A as John Glore 50 Germ, Mary 52 PA, (John) Henry 17 NY, Sally 16 NY, and Frances 12 NY.
Jacob and Lucinda Glore were listed in the 1860 Florence Twp, Williams Co, OH federal census p27 as Jacob 28 NY, Lucinda 26 OH, and Philetus 7 OH. They lived next door to Jacob’s parents, John and Mary Glore. Jacob served in the Civil War as a private in Co E 193rd Ohio Infantry.
Lucinda said that on 11 Aug 1869 Jacob was extremely cruel. He had been guilty of gross neglect for the last eight years. On 20 Apr 1870 at the home of Caleb Rakestraw near Metz, Steuben Co, IN he committed adultery with Diane T. Evans, and on 1 May 1870 he left with Diane and moved to Newton Co, IN. Lucinda had no real or personal property of her own, but what she did have was accumulated by joint labor and industry. Jacob had a large amount of property and real estate and he intended to defraud her out of her just rights. He conveyed to Daniel Huntington some of his land for $1200 and he still owed Jacob $900 in promissory notes held by Alexander Collie. Jacob took all the personal property except her clothes and some furniture. She was granted a divorce plus alimony of $650.
Lucinda died on 30 Sept 1883 in Kingston, DeKalb Co, IL. In Ohio Jacob Glore filed for a pension based on his CW service on 10 June 1901 and about two years later he died in Seneca, Lenawee Co, MI on 15 Aug 1905.