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

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