It was with Jesse Coe, as it was with Will Glenn, the 1840 records showing that Jesse Coe had a young female slave in his possession, was the extent of her being there. Its believed, and the 1840 Federal Census of Cumberland County, Kentucky on John Coe’s household would seem to bear out the thought, that John Coe had taken possession of her before the year was out. John Coe probably did what he did, was because he didn’t seem to be the type of person that would let something that could be a problem, fall in his son’s lap. And oh! by the way, the name Susannah came to be known as, was the name that Thompson Glen’s wife went by.