Helen A. Glover ’18


Full name:

+++++Helen Allmanda Henderson Glover

Birth:

+++++17 April 1890, in Harrisburg, Oregon

Parents:

+++++George Henderson and Josephine Henderson

Marriage:

+++++Roy H. Glover, in 1910, in Oregon

Legal Education:

+++++LL.B., University of Oregon, 1912-1915

Admitted to Practice

  • Oregon 1915
  • Montana 1918

Employment:

+++++Actively practiced law in Oregon for two years (?)

Died:

+++++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.


Comments:

+++++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.


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