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  • Amy Holman (1618 - 1642)
    Biography From Amy Glass was a daughter of James Glass and his wife Mary Coggan. Amy had 11 siblings, all baptized at Taunton, Somerset, England between 1614 and 1635. James Glass, Amy's father, die...
  • Ann Glass, SM/PROG (1787 - 1886)
    1820 Settler Departed 10 Jan 1820 Bristol, Somerset, England Southey's party on the Kennersley Castle ----------------------------------
  • Ann Myers (deceased)
  • Ann Glass, b5 (bef.1818 - 1874)
    See Death Notice attached. Not to be confused with Anne Allison, b7 daughter of James Allison and Anne Mary Maxwell ----------------------------------------------------------------- Trinity Presb...
  • Anne Catherine Glass (c.1741 - aft.1821)
    Birth: 1741 Death: 1821 Cambria County Pennsylvania, USA Anne was the wife of Jacob Glass 1741-1821 Anne Catherine died 1821 or after Maiden Name unknown Family links: Spouse: Jacob Glass ...

About the Glass surname

'Charles Glass, "Haskell" was born in a shtetle in Romania, became a watchmaker there after marrying Rose Helman. They lived in a little vlllage, had two daughters, Clare and Esther. Before WW2 he came to the US and settled in Akron, OH. A year later he brought his wife and children to Akron. He became a jeweler, his buisness named Glass Credit Jewelers located o Arlington Rd in Akron. He bought his 1st house at 832 Packad Dr and later moved to Hardesty Blvd. His oldest daughter, Clare married Marvin Greenbaum and had two sons, Albert and Jack, Esther married Irving Schreiber and they had daughter, Sandra and a son, Arthur. Charles family, parents, sisters and brothers parished in the concentration camps.