May 9, 1844, Pro­vi­dence, Rhode Is­land.

March 7, Pro­vi­dence, Rhode Is­land.

Swan Point Ce­me­te­ry, Pro­vi­dence, Rhode Is­land.

Edward was the son of Eb­en K. Gle­zen and Ab­by T. Gib­bert, and hus­band of An­na Fran­ces Drap­er.

He at­tend­ed Brown Un­i­ver­si­ty, and served in the ar­my while a stu­dent. He gra­du­at­ed from Brown in 1866, stu­died mu­sic, then took up law.

After gra­du­at­ing from Har­vard Law School, he prac­ticed in Pro­vi­dence, and for 30 years, was or­gan­ist at the Cen­tral Con­gre­ga­tion­al Church.

Glezen was al­so sec­re­ta­ry of the Rhode Is­land Board of State House Com­mis­sion­ers, and one of the ear­li­est mem­bers of the Hope Club.

His works in­clude:

  1. Euroclydon
  2. Frederika
  3. Glezen

where to get Gle­zen’s pho­to