Luzetta Glenn - Luzetta was born August 23, 1868 in Missouri. Luzetta's parents were Lorenzo Dow Glenn and Nancy Crockett Durnell. (Lorenzo Glenn and Nancy Durnell were married November 24, 1867 in South Township, Dade County, Missouri; W. M. Paris was Justice of the Peace).
Luzetta married a man named Hurst (probably William) and
had a son Johnie (John W.) Hurst July 1889.
Luzetta later divorced and married William F. Harrison and had a son Benjamin Franklin Harrison (born March 31, 1892).
Luzetta later married a man T. N. Faught, a local businessman in Fairland, Oklahoma. This is were Benjamin Franklin Harrison grew up. Also John (Johnie) W. Hurst had grown up and got married and had a child Loyd W. Hurst (born Feb 7, 1909?). John W. Hurst had moved with his wife Freda Lindon to Minneapolis, Minnesota but Loyd W. Hurst stayed both with his grandmother Luzetta and step-grandfather T. N. Faught in Fairland, Oklahoma and occasionally John W. Hurst would come down and pickup his son Loyd and take him back to Minneapolis, Minnesota. This is documented by articles in The Fairland News (Sept 6, 1912 ) - J. W. Hurst of Minneapolis, Minnesota, is here visiting his stepfather, Thomas N. Faught, whom he had not seen for about five years. He will return to his home in a few days, taking with him his little son who has been living with Mr. Faught about two years. MAY 1913 - T. N. Faught left Saturday for Minneapolis, Minnesota where he went to visit John Hurst a step-son. He will return this week and intends to bring back with him the little child of Mr. Hurst's who has made his home with the Faughts here for several years.
Luzetta in her later years married a man named George
Templeton where she lived in Afton, Oklahoma until she passed away at the age of 57 years (Death Certificate). The following obituaries appeared in the Miami
News-Record and The Afton American:
Miami News-Record, October 2, 1927 - Death of Mrs. George Templeton - The death of Mrs. Luzetta Templeton occured at the family home Thursday day after a lingering illness. Funeral services were conducted at the Pentecostal church of which she was a member at 3:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Services were in charge of Rev. J. C. Roberts. Mrs. Templeton was 57 years old and is survived by her husband of the home address, two sons, Ben Harrison of Cunningham, Kansas and John Hurst of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a father. L. D. Glenn of Joplin, Missouri, two sisters, Mrs. D. Bryant, of Joplin, Missouri, and Mrs. O. Addison of Sand Springs. Burial was at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
The Afton American, October 6, 1927 - Templeton Funeral - Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Pentecostal church for Mrs. Luzetta Templeton, wife of George Templeton. Death came at 4:20 o'clock Thursday morning after a long illness. Mrs. Templeton was 57 years old and is survived by her husband; two sons, Ben Harrison of Cunningham, Kansas, and John Hurst of Minneapolis, Minnesota; her father, L. D. Glenn of Joplin: two sisters, Mrs. Della Bryant of Joplin and Mrs. Ollie Addison of Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. .Harrison, Mr. Glenn and Mrs. Addison. The funeral was conducted by the Reverend Roberts and burial was in Mount Hope Cemetery.
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