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Dates for Colonel Joseph Glover (1719-1783) his wife, Ann Wilson (Doughty), their children; Margaret, Joseph, Charles, Wilson, Sanders, James, Moses, and Rhodia are documented and can be found in the South Carolina Historical Genealogical Magazine. Their death records are all there too. In fact, this family is well documented down to present-day generations. The D.A.R. chapter in Walterboro, SC is The Joseph Glover D.A.R., named for this Colonel. What is speculative, is the father of Joseph. Records point to his father also being named Joseph, wife's name unknown, as both died in Edenton, NC. Col. Joseph was raised by his uncle, Charles Worth Glover. The senior Joseph was a son of William Glover, acting governor of North Carolina.
The Holmes family comes into this family through the marriage of Charles Glover (son of Col. Joseph Glover) to Anne Coachman. Their daughter, Ann Glover, married John Holmes of James Island, SC. She is buried at the old St. James Goose Creek Church (Episcopal) at Goose Creek, SC.