Helen Allmanda Henderson Glover
17 April 1890, in Harrisburg, Oregon
George Henderson and Josephine Henderson
Roy H. Glover, in 1910, in Oregon
LL.B., University of Oregon, 1912-1915
Admitted to Practice
- Oregon 1915
- Montana 1918
Actively practiced law in Oregon for two years (?)
April 1980, in Orlando, FL
27 April 1980 — Orlando Sentinel — Mrs. Helen A. Glover, 90
of 6515 International Drive, Orlando, died Saturday. Born in Baker, Ore., she moved to the Orlando area from New York City in 1963. She was an attorney and an Episcopalian.”
5 May 1980 — Orlando Sentinel, by Charlie Wadsworth
“Mrs. Helen Glover died last week at the age of 90. She was a tiny, dynamic soul who became restless and moved from homes to apartments and back to homes after her husband died several years ago.
She was a delightful lawyer who practiced before the Supreme Court [?] and earned her legal spurs.
Her background? She never found out who her parents were. She was an orphan and was raised by a physician named Hamilton and his wife. She called him ‘Uncle Doc’ and accepted him as her father. It’s simply another case of the story behind an obituary, and I find the story of Helen Glover fascinating.”
NOTE: The 1910 United States Federal Census lists Ms. Henderson’s parents as George and Josephine Henderson. This is a mystery.
Helen A Glover listed in Helena, Montana, City Directory, 1918, as “Lawyer.”
Husband practiced law in Great Falls, Montana, and then later became Chairman of the board of directors of the Anaconda Company.