To make glad; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
- Verb i.
To be or become glad; to rejoice.
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Gladden may mean to bring happiness or to become happier. It may also refer to:
Logan Robot Gladden
Logan “Robot” Gladden (born December 5, 2003) is an American musician. He is the drummer, vocalist, piano player, and founding member of The Robotix, an all-kids rock band with members from Texas, California, and Japan. He lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with his parents and sister.
B.J. Gladden (raised in Charlotte, North Carolina) is an American student and basketball player. He plays for Akron Zips and is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Adley H. Gladden
Adley Hogan Gladden (September 28, 1810 – April 12, 1862) was lieutenant colonel and second commander of the Palmetto Regiment of South Carolina volunteers during the Mexican–American War and a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He impressed General Braxton Bragg after defending Pensacola from Union Army bombardment and after a brief assignment at Mobile, Alabama, he was brought to Corinth, Mississippi, to command a brigade in the Army of Mississippi. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Shiloh.
Gladden Farm, also known as Gladden-Roming Stone House, is a historic home and farm complex located at Street, Harford County, Maryland. It contains three historically significant structures: a large five-bay rubblestone bank house with Federal detailing, a one-story rubblestone spring house, and a one-story board-and-batten frame shop. The first two structures probably date to about 1820, the latter from the mid 19th century. Some interior details were installed about 1945 from a demolished house on Franklin Street in Baltimore, including a mantel and built-in cabinets and bookcases and the main room's north wall is paneled in English oak removed from another demolished Baltimore dwelling. The home is named for the locally prominent Gladden family, who were leading and innovative farmers, who saw to it that the Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad was built through this party of the county, and established a station stop near their farm at The Rocks.
Texas Gladden (1894–1967) was an American folk singer, best known for her traditional Appalachian ballad style of singing, which she began to record in the 1930s.
Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve
Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve (GSSCMR) is a protected marine reserve in the central part of Belize's Barrier Reef. It covers approximately 25,980 acres (10,510 ha) lying 36 kilometres (22 mi) off the coast of Placencia. Established in 2003, The reserve comes under the authority of the government's Fisheries Department, but is managed by the Southern Environmental Association, a community-based organisation.
James Mack Gladden (May 22, 1909 – March 1985) was a professional American football player for the St. Louis Gunners. He played for the Gunners in 1932 and 1933, while the team still played independently of any league. He also played for the team in 1934, when they were short-lived members of the National Football League. Prior to his professional career, Gladden played college football, while attending the University of Missouri. He was a two-time letterman for the school in 1929 and 1931.
Battery Gladden Light
The Battery Gladden Light was a lighthouse in Mobile Bay which marked a turn in the old ship channel. It was deactivated in 1913 and no longer exists.
Gladden is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: