Glen Garrett

Glen Elmer Garrett (1922 - 2018)

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Glen Elmer Garrett
Born in Mayland, Cumberland, Tennessee, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married (to ) in Maricopa, Arizonamap
Husband of — married in Arizonamap
Descendants descendants
Father of [private daughter (1950s - unknown)], and [private daughter (1960s - unknown)]
Died in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 9 Nov 2016 | Last significant change: 21 Nov 2018
23:58: Natalie (Durbin) Trott edited the Biography for Glen Elmer Garrett (1922-2018). [Thank Natalie for this | 1 thank-you received]
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Categories: United States Army, World War II.

Contents

Biography

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Glen Garrett DD214

World_War_II


Glen Garrett served in the United States Army in World War II
Service started: Dec 22,, 1943
Unit(s):
Service ended: March 29, 1946

Glen Elmer Garrett was born to James Logan Garrett and Flossie Dell Hatfield Garrett on 6 August 1922, he left this world on 3 Sept 2018 in Dayton, Ohio. He was born in Cumberland County, Mayland, TN. While they lived in Mayland he had two brothers (Willie & Peter) pass away and they are buried at Mayland Cemetery. The family decided to move back to Overton County, Monroe TN when he was the age of two. His family owned 200 acres in Monroe TN. His oldest brother Robert Garrett died at birth and was buried on the 200-acre farm before moving to Mayland TN. My dad had a very small wagon he would pull around the whole farm. He loved watching the farm animals. When he was about 8 years old he helped his older brother Paul and his father build a new log cabin, they used the rocks from the old 2 room cabin fireplace and put in the new log cabin. He watched his Uncle Robert Hatfield (from California for a visit) put in a new door to the place that fit better and new stairs to the upstairs, so the children would have a better place to sleep. Boys in one bed and girls in another bed. He had three little sisters pass away after they moved to the farm. Such a sad time for all of them. Glen helped his father build fences and did odd jobs during this life on the farm. When he turned 16 he followed his older sister and brother to California. He said it was the most exciting and beautiful place he had ever seen. They moved in with their other sister who was married. Glen and Paul had their own twin beds, even with small lamps. He said he had never seen such modern furniture. Glen enlisted in the Army on 6 Mar 1943 for over two years. He was part of D-Day and one of 120 men heading to Omaha beach. After he came back home to California he married a nice lady, but it only lasted one year. Three years later he met my mother Corinne Louise Riber and they married in 1953. Glen and Corinne have three wonderful daughters and four grandchildren. Corinne passed away at age 90 in 2012 and we all can’t wait to see her again soon. Written by Martha Hall-5361

Marriages

1st marriage-Arizona, County Marriage Records, 1865-1972 Glen E. Garrett and Gladys Ludene Estep married 25 Nov 1950 in Arizona. NameGlen E. GarrettGenderMaleAffidavit or License Age28Affidavit or License Date25 Nov 1950License PlaceMaricopa, Arizona, USASpouseGladys Ludine EstepDescriptionMarriage Affidavits, 1949 - 1950

2nd marriage- Glen E. Garrett and Corinne Louise Riber married 19 Oct 1953 in Arizona.


Death

Private viewing at 12:00 Noon on 6 Sep 2018 Adkins Funeral Home 7055 Dayton Springfield Rd, Enon, OH 45323 Phone: (937) 864-2288 % Glen Garrett.

                  • Friends/Family may join us at 1:00 at*********

Forest Hills Memorial Gardens 11890 North Dixie Dr. Tipp City, Ohio 45371 937-667-1082

Glen Garrett was born on August 06, 1922 in Cumberland, Tennessee. His parents were James Garrett and Flossie Hatfield.[1] He married Corinne Riber on October 19, 1953[2] Together they had 3 children:

  1. Martha Garrett[3]
  2. Rebecca Garrett[4]
  3. Mary Garrett[5]He married Gladys Estep on November 25, 1950[6]

Military

Glen enlisted in the United States Army on 6 Mar 1943 as Private for over two years. He was part of D-Day and one of 120 men heading to Omaha beach. His Military Occupation is listed on the Army records as Truck Driver. 1st Class SMG and Rifle Sharpshooter.[7] [8][9][10]

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DD214

Battles and Campaigns:

Rhineland and Central Europe
Prior to leaving the Army, he was credited with attending Army Efficiency Program Mechanical Drawing and Blue Prints.[11]


Separation from Army: Los Angeles, California, United States [12][13]

Ribbons and Medals[14]

1) Ribbon with 2 Bronze Stars
2) American Theater Ribbon
3) Good Conduct Medal
4) Victory Medal of World War II

Magna Carta

1. Martha is the daughter of [private father] 2. [Private] is the son of James Logan Garrett 3. James is the son of Thomas Alexander Garrett 4. Thomas is the son of Isaac D Garrett 5. Isaac is the son of Elijah Caleb Garrett Sr. [unknown confidence] 6. Elijah is the son of Stephen Garrett 7. Stephen is the son of Susannah Featherstone (Burton) Garrett [unknown confidence] 8. Susannah is the daughter of Anne (Featherstone) Burton [unknown confidence] 9. Anne is the daughter of Rebecca Evans (Stratton) Newman [unknown confidence] 10. Rebecca is the daughter of Edward Stratton [unknown confidence] 11. Edward is the son of Joseph Stratton [unknown confidence] 12. Joseph is the son of Thomas Stratton [unknown confidence] 13. Thomas is the son of Cecily (Felton) Stratton [unknown confidence] 14. Cecily is the daughter of Thomas Felton [unknown confidence] 15. Thomas is the son of Margery (Sampson) Felton [unknown confidence] 16. Margery is the daughter of Elizabeth (Saye) Sampson [unknown confidence] 17. Elizabeth is the daughter of Elizabeth (Cheney) Saye [unknown confidence] 18. Elizabeth is the daughter of Lawrence (Cheyne) Cheney [unknown confidence] 19. Lawrence is the son of Katherine (Pabenham) Aylesbury [unknown confidence] 20. Catherine is the daughter of Elizabeth (Engaine) de Pabenham [unknown confidence] 21. Elizabeth is the daughter of John (Engaine) d'Engaine [unknown confidence] 22. John is the son of Agnes (Fauconberg) d'Engaine [unknown confidence] 23. Anice is the daughter of Isabel (Ros) de Fauconberge [unknown confidence] 24. Isabel is the daughter of Isabel (Albini) de Roos [unknown confidence] 25. Isabel is the daughter of William (Albini) d'Aubigny [confident] x 26. William is the son of William (Albini) d'Aubigny [confident] x This makes William the 24th great grandfather of Martha.


Sources

  1. "United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SPQP-MXB : accessed 21 November 2018), Glun Garrett in household of James Garrett, District 07, Overton, Tennessee, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 10, sheet 6B, line 94, family 109, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2268; FHL microfilm 2,342,002.
  2. Citation Needed (3)
  3. Citation Needed (4)
  4. Citation Needed (5)
  5. Citation Needed (6)
  6. Citation Needed (7)
  7. DD-214 in possession of daughter
  8. https://www.fold3.com/record/91107332-glen-e-garrett
  9. Archives Nara Military for Glenn E Garrett
  10. "United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K85Q-KD4 : 5 December 2014), Glen E Garrett, enlisted 06 Mar 1943, Los Angeles, California, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002); NARA NAID 1263923, National Archives at College Park, Maryland.
  11. DD-214 in possession of daughter
  12. Archives Nara Military for Glenn E Garrett
  13. "United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K85Q-KD4 : 5 December 2014), Glen E Garrett, enlisted 06 Mar 1943, Los Angeles, California, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002); NARA NAID 1263923, National Archives at College Park, Maryland.
  14. DD-214 in possession of daughter


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On 24 Sep 2018 Martha Garrett wrote:

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Through two different lines, Great-grandma Judy Ann Choate’s line goes back to her g-g-g-grandfather, Stephen Burton Garrett, 1733-1803. Stephen’s grandfather William came to America at the age of three with his father John. His grandfather, also John Garret returned to America, at about the same time, before 1684. John Garrett Sr. was a widower, and fell on hard times. He left England, and his son John, to start anew in America as an indentured servant to his brother in law, John Dunston, in 1631. After his indenture, he received land, and returned to get his son in England. While there he married Lady Mary Bible, a member of Royalty. Afterward he was referred to as Lord John Garrett. A few years later, after Mary died, Lord John Garrett, returned to America with his children. Lord Garrett’s father changed the name from Gerrad to Garrett. His grandfather was knighted and known as Sir John Gerrad. Sir John was elected Mayor of London, in 1601. Sir John’s father was Sir William Gerrad, and was knighted in 1555. He was also elected Mayor of London in 1555. Sir William’s g-g-grandfather was Lord William Gerrad and married Joan Heiress de Bryn, adding another title to the family name. Sir William’s g-g-grandfather Lord William Gerrad married Emma Heiress De Kinsley, gaining another title to the family. Lord William Gerrad de Kinsley’s father was William Fitzwilliam Fitzgerald, born 1140-1174. In the old language, Fitz means son of. William Fitzwilliam Fitzgerald’s father was William Fitzerald. He was born before 1100 in Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales and died 1173 in Carrucastle in County Pembroke, England. He inherited Carew Castle and is the ancestor of the family Carew. William Fitzgerald’s father was Gerald Fitzwalter de Windsor. Through an arranged marriage by King Henry I, he wed Nesta Rhys, daughter of the Prince of Wales in about 1089. He was appointed by King Henry I to be Constable of Pembroke Castle; in 1092 he held off a Welsh attack; and commanded troops against native Welsh in SW Wales in 1095. Lord Gerald’s father was Walter FITZ OTHO Castellan De Windsor. He was born about 1037 in Stanwell, Staines, Middlesex, England and died in 1100. He was Castellan of Windsor and Warden of the Forests of Berkshire. He was one of the military caste that was essential in consolidating the position of William the Conqueror after 1066. He may have been born in England, but it is not known whether he was in England at the time of the landing, or whether he joined William in Normandy, and took part in the Battle of Hastings, 1066. Walter was a knight in the King's private retinue, and, when in 1070 William began the building of Windsor Castle, Walter was put in charge of its defense, and later became the first Constable of Windsor. Under the Norman kings, as with the kings of France, the Constable was the principal officer of the royal establishment, and was responsible for the defense of the establishment, by the knights stationed there. It was this position that conferred the name 'Windsor' upon his sons. Windsor was built by William to control the middle reaches of the River Thames, and together with other castles, each a day's march apart, to keep open the route from London to the south coast, and thence to Normandy. Since Walter was a young man in 1070, to have been given such responsibility, shows the great respect felt for him by William. Soon after 1070, Walter also had the important post of Warden of the King's forests in Berkshire. Although generally associated with hunting, the main recreation of the Royal household, the position was a military one, since the forests were subject to regular patrolling, as a precaution against enemies of the King. They were also regarded as the main source of provender for armies on the move, or those stationed at strategic castles. Walter Fitz Other must have been very important to William the Conqueror since he granted Walter 22 manors in England. Walter was still holding these at the time of the Domesday Survey in 1086. Walter’s father was Otho (Duke of Tuscany), born about 1006. He was a member of the Florentine family, the Gherardini. The “Otho” comes from his father’s given name of Ottorus which is sometimes spelled as Othoer. He was Duke of Tuscany between 1006 and 1100. He came to the court of King Edward the Confessor in about 1056, ten years before the Norman Conquest of England, He passed into Normandy, and in 1057 crossed into England where he became a favorite with Edward the Confessor, and obtained extensive estates from the monarch. Otho’s father was Baron Ottorus Gherardo Gherardini, born in 978. Ottorus’ father was Lord Otterus, born about 934. He was Baron of Gherardini and Lord in Tuscany. Lord Otterus’ father was Lord Mathias Gherardini, born about 900. Mathias’ father was Lord Cosimo Gherardini, born about 870. He was the 1st Great Duke of Florence.



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On 8 Sep 2018 at 15:17 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:

Why is information below under my Sources?

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On 15 Jun 2018 at 17:30 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:

Stephen Hopkins PILGRIM (1581 - 1644)

10th great-grandfather Constance Hopkins (1606 - 1677) daughter of Stephen Hopkins PILGRIM Joseph Snow (1634 - 1723) son of Constance Hopkins Stephen Snow (1681 - ) son of Joseph Snow Ruth Snow (1725 - 1796) daughter of Stephen Snow Amasa Smith Sr (1754 - 1812) son of Ruth Snow Amasa Smith Jr (1793 - 1865) son of Amasa Smith Sr Seth Smith (1827 - 1889) son of Amasa Smith Jr George A. Smith (1852 - 1936) son of Seth Smith Jennie Olive Smith (1876 - 1963) daughter of George A. Smith Flossie Dell Hatfield (1893 - 1986) daughter of Jennie Olive Smith Glen E Garrett (1922 - ) son of Flossie Dell Hatfield Martha Elizabeth Garrett You are the daughter of Glen E Garrett

On 10 Jun 2018 at 23:15 GMT Vicky (Freeth) Majewski wrote:

Hi there! My name is Vicky (Freeth) Majewski and I am a WikiTree Mentor.

This is just a courtesy e-mail to see how things are going. Are you enjoying WikiTree so far? Any questions? Any issues?

Feel free to contact me via my profile page. I am happy to help!

On 3 Jun 2018 at 22:54 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:

Hi Glen,

You've been a member of WikiTree for about a week so I am checking in to see how it is going. The New Member How-Tos are for you to work at your own pace. If you had time to look, were they helpful?

I'm here to help with questions about how WikiTree works. Just click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page. I'll get back to you by the end of the day.

Debi ~ WikiGreeter

PS If you get a "Page Not Found" error when clicking WikiTree email links, you can often find a working version in the public comments on your profile.

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On 27 May 2018 at 15:17 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi Glen! Martha confirmed you as a member of the WikiTree community, but I wanted to "officially" greet you (I'm a WikiTree Volunteer Greeter).

Since WikiTree is different from other genealogy sites, we have a guided tour for new members. See the links at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Category:New_Member_How-To

Great to have you on board, enjoy, and good luck growing your branches.

Cheers, Liz

P.S. If you get a "Page Not Found" error when you click a link in a WikiTree e-mail, you can usually find a functioning link in the public comments section of your profile page.

On 27 May 2018 at 15:12 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:

Great! Thanks

On 27 May 2018 at 15:12 GMT Martha Garrett wrote:

Garrett-5362 and Garrett-7187 appear to represent the same person because: This is my daddy.



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