Lucinda GLASS

HAIRSTON.org ID#6099, b. 13 September 1820, d. 19 March 1891
Birth*Lucinda GLASS was born on 13 September 1820 in Patrick County, Virginia.1,2,3,4
Marriage*She married John Constantine HAIRSTON (HARSTON) on 25 January 1836 in Stokes County, North Carolina, Elisha Nelson bondsman and William Ward witness. FS Film #00426179, image 133.5
Marriage*Lucinda GLASS married James Wesley SHELL about 1843.3 
Census 1850Lucinda GLASS appeared on the 1850 census of James Wesley SHELL on 8 August 1850 in Lower Creek, Caldwell County, North Carolina; Wesley Shell 31 (born Banks, NC), Lucinda Shell 28 (born Virginia), Margaret Shell 6, John Shell 4, George Shell 1, Caroline Hastin 10 (born Virginia), Frank Armor 23.3 
Census 1860Lucinda GLASS appeared on the 1860 census of James Wesley SHELL on 5 June 1860 in Puetts, Caldwell County, North Carolina; Her son G. H. Hastin is living next to her.6

 
Census 1880Lucinda GLASS appeared on the 1880 census of James Wesley SHELL on 1 June 1880 in Caldwell County, North Carolina; Wesley Shell 62 NC, Lucinda 60 VA, Nancy L. 16, John W. 15, Robert 11.7 
Death*Lucinda GLASS died on 19 March 1891 at age 70.2 
Burial*She was buried in Littlejohn Methodist Church Cemetery, Caldwell County, North Carolina.2 
Obituary*Mrs. J. W. Shell.

To the Editor of The Lenoir Topic :

Lucinda the wife of J. W. Shell departed this life near Lenoir, Caldwell county, North Carolina, March the 19th, 1891 at the age of seventy years and six months. Their marriage was tho second with each of them, which was continued forty-three years two months and six days. As a wife, step-mother and mother she had few equals. Her natural temperament was that of tenderness and affection for her family and friends. She loved everybody with deep, earnest, christian affection. Her life was well tempered wiih the graces of the Christian religion. She was for forty-five years an acceptable member of thr M. E. Church, South. She was a yery faithful worker in the church of her choice. Preaching, prayer and class-meetings were her delight. But her greatest enjoyments were at her home with her husband and family. She was for years a subject of severe affliction, but was never known to murmur or complain. Her death was triumphant. While she was leaning her head on the bosom of her husband, without a move of her body or a struggle she ceased to breath without scarcely any one knowing when she drew her last breath. O how sweetly this good woman passed away to a better world. Her funeral was conducted by the writer in Littlejohn church and her body interred in the Cemetery. It was hard to give her up. But our loss is her everlasting gain. N. H. Kaylor.
The Lenoir Topic, Lenoir, North carolina, 22 April 1891, Wednesday, page 2. 

Family 1

John Constantine HAIRSTON (HARSTON) b. a 1815
Children

Family 2

James Wesley SHELL b. 7 May 1819, d. 26 Dec 1901

Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S1900] 1900 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
  3. [S1850] 1850 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  4. [S3308] Death Cert. - Malindy Caratine Ollis , Original data: North Carolina State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics. North Carolina Death Certificates. Microfilm S.123. Rolls 19-242, 280, 313-682, 1040-1297. North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina., Ancestry.com.
  5. [S176] North Carolina, Marriage Index, 1741-2011 - Provo, Utah, Ancestry.com.
  6. [S1860] 1860 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  7. [S1880] 1880 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
Last Edited5 Feb 2022