Frederick Glover lived until after 1840. He did not died about 1829.
See: Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana and in the Superior Court of the Territory of Louisiana: annotated edition, unabridged, with notes and references by the editorial corps of the National reporter system, Volume 1; Volume 20 (Google eBook) p. 130
Frederick Glover and others, heirs vs. Edward Doty. Plaintiffs were heirs of Ruth Nobles. For the use of Jones Glover they obtained a judgement against Edward Doty. Case tried in district court of Catahoula Parish, LA. Edward Doty signed a promissary note with interest for purchases made at her estate sale. Doty was ordered to pay $727.50 plus 5% interest from 4 August 1840 until paid.
*The Jones Glover mentioned was Frederick Glover, son and nephew of Ruth Glover Nobles.
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