Residence1804, Campbell County, Kentucky2334
Deathbetwen 1804-1810, probably Campbell County, Kentucky
FatherAdam GLORE (~1747-~1845)
MotherMargaret CRISLER (~1750-~1830)
Birthabt 1780, Pennsylvania1228
Deathaft 18601443 Age: 80
FatherThomas PEAKE (~1732-~1811)
Marriage17 Jan 1804, Campbell County, Kentucky2334
ChildrenSt. Clair (~1804-~1840)
Notes for Ufa GLORE

Biographical Sketch (2002):
2251, p. 112. "Francis Peake, it is almost certain, was the 12th child of Thomas and Lettice (Moseley) Peake. . . . On 19 January 1804 he married, in Campbell County, Eupha (Ufa, Euphey) Glore, daughter of Adam Glore and Margaret Chrisler. Shortly afterward, on 9 February 1804, Francis gave bond for his sister Eleanor's marriage to Soloman Wayman in Campbell County. By 1812 Francis and his family were in Clermont County, Ohio and were enumerated there in the 1820 census."

1804 Marriage:2334 Marriage of Francis Peek to Euphey Glore on 17 January 1804 in Campbell County, Kentucky. Laurence Sandford was bondsman.

Birth of son St. Clair between 1804-1805: St. Clair enumerated La Porte County, Indiana2217 as a male age 30 to 40 in the 1840 census. This researcher assumes, therefore, that St. Clair's birth occurred between the January 1804 marriage of Francis Peak2334 and Euphey Glore and the birth in 1810 of Ufa Peak, who married in John Frame1720 in November 1827. Based on St. Clair's marriage1496 to Lucinda Case in 1833, this researcher likewise assumes his birth took place in late 1804 or early 1805.

St. Clair Only Heir:2474, p. 476. On 14 January 1835, Ufa's father Adam Glore wrote a will in Campbell County, Kentucky which bequeathed goods to "my grandson St. Clair Peak as the sole heir of my daughter Ufa Peak deceased formerly Ufa Glore." From this, it is concluded that Ufa had no other surviving children in 1835.

Death Prior to 1810:431,1503,438, v. 1, p. 78.,2474, p. 476. Ufa Peake, daughter of Francis Peake and a subsequent wife, was born between 1810 in Ohio (based on 1850 and 1860 census enumeration) and 1815 (based on tombstone in Eight Square Cemetery, Pine Township, Porter County, Indiana). This Ufa (1810-1860) was alive in 1835 and appears not to have been a child of Ufa Glore, based on Adam Glore's will. It is assumed therefore that Ufa Glore died between St. Clair's birth in 1805 and the 1810 birth of Ufa Peake.
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