Andrew L. Glaze

ANDREW L. GLAZE, M. D., a practicing physician located at Elkton, Giles County, was born February 25, 1837, in Limestone County, Ala., and is of Irish extraction. He received his early education in the schools of Alabama, and subsequently attended school at Elkton, Giles County. In 1858 he began the study of medicine with Dr. A. J. Held, of Elkton, and in 1859 entered the University of Nashville and attended one course of lectures. At the time of the breaking out of the war he was connected with the medical department of the Confederate Army where he remained until the close of the war. He then returned to Elkton, and was engaged in the practice of his profession. October 18, 1866, he was joined in marriage to Martha J. Stone, daughter of, Thomas J. and Almira Stone, of Lincoln County. By this union our subject and wife became the parents of four children: Lilla, Madora, Mattie and Annie. In 1874, Dr. Glaze entered the University of Nashville, and graduated from that institution in 1875. He then returned to Elkton, and has been constantly engaged in his profession ever since. The Doctor is a Democrat and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Glaze died May 2, 1886.

From: Goodspeed's History of Giles County