Theresa Elizabeth Skau

Female, ID #2101, b. 1915, d. 6 March 2007

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Theresa Elizabeth Skau was born in 1915 at Seaford, MD, USA. She married George Thomas Glanville, son of John Lewis Glanville and Martha Virginia Ishon, before 1931 at USA. Theresa Elizabeth Skau died on 6 March 2007 at MD, USA; with obituary:
Theresa Elizabeth (Skau) Glanville, age 92, of Seaford, Delaware, formerly of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away Tuesday, March 6, 2007, at Genesis Healthcare in Seaford. Mrs. Glanville was born February 20, 1915 in Baltimore, daughter of the late Lawrence Skau and Marie (Vechio) Pierce.
In 2004, Mrs. Glanville moved from Violetville, Maryland to Seaford. While living in the Baltimore area she was a member of Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. She was also a member of the Eagles Club, an avid Orioles fan and she bowled on several leagues. Mrs. Glanville enjoyed sewing, reading and her pet cats but most of all she loved her family.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, George "Tom" Glanville; daughter, Marie Bauer; grandson, George "Tom" Glanville III; and a brother Norman Skau. She is survived by her son; George "Tommy" Glanville, Jr. of Springfield, Oregon; grandchildren: Lisa & Darin Cabalona, Linda & Tom Peters and Lou & Kathy Bauer; great grandchildren: Adrienne & Brent Bauer, Jeremy, Nathaniel and Noah Cabalona.
A memorial service willl be held Monday, March 12, 10AM at Parsell Funeral Homes & Crematorium Hardesty Chapel, 202 Laws Street, Bridgeville, DE; Reverend Dale Brown will be officiating. Interment will be private at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Baltimore, Md.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, 2200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 or to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of the Greater Delaware Valley, One Reed Street, Suite 200, Philadelphia, PA 19147. She was buried in 2007 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore, Baltimore City, MD, USA.

Other information

     As of 2004, Theresa Elizabeth Skau lived at Seaford, DE, USA, at the time of the death of her grandson Thomas George Glanville III.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Theresa Elizabeth Skau and George Thomas Glanville appeared on the census of 1940 at Baltimore, Baltimore Co., MD, USA; his age recorded 32, hers 25.

Family

George Thomas Glanville b. 1 Jun 1907, d. Dec 1962
Child

George Archie Glanville

Male, ID #2102, b. 27 June 1917, d. 1 July 2002
MotherEffie Irene Glanville b. 21 Oct 1889, d. 1982

Alternate Names

     George Archie Glanville was also known as George Archibald recorded at marriage. George Archie Glanville was also known as Archie recorded in 1921 census.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Archie Glanville was born illegitimate on 27 June 1917 at Debec, NB, CAN. He married Josephine Theresa Karnes on 26 November 1947 at St Gertrudes Roman Catholic Church, Woodstock, NB, CAN; his age recorded 30, hers 31. His father's name omitted, mother Effie Glanville, her parents named William Karnes, Helen Rinden?
Witnesses Donald Karnes. George Archie Glanville died on 1 July 2002 at Woodstock, NB, CAN, at age 85; with obituary:
GLANVILLE, ARCHIE -
Archie Glanville of Woodstock passed away July 1, 2002 in Woodstock. Survived by wife Josephine (Karnes) Glanville, daughters; Deborah Blenkarn (G. Douglas) of Nanaimo, BC, Natalie Theresa Glanville of Halifax, NS, Barbara Ellen Glanville of Halifax, NS. Resting at The Culberson Funeral Home, 188 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB (325-1130) E7M 1L8. Visitation at funeral home on Wednesday, July 3, 2002 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.. Funeral services for Archie Glanville will be held on Thursday, July 4, 2002 at 11:00 a.m. from St. Gertrudes Roman Catholic Church, Woodstock. Burial to follow at Calvary Cemetery, Woodstock. Donations to the Canadian Red Cross or Extra Mural Hospital would be appreciated. He was buried in 2002 at Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, CAN; with Monumental Inscription:
GLANVILLE
George Archie
1917 - 200
Wife and Mother
Josephine "Joey" Theresa Karnes
1916 - 2004
Together Again.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George Archie Glanville appeared on the census of 1921 at Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, CAN; lrecorded age 4, living as granson to George and Nancy Glanville.

Family

Josephine Theresa Karnes b. 1916, d. 24 Apr 2004

Josephine Theresa Karnes

Female, ID #2103, b. 1916, d. 24 April 2004

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Josephine Theresa Karnes was born in 1916. She married George Archie Glanville, son of Effie Irene Glanville, on 26 November 1947 at St Gertrudes Roman Catholic Church, Woodstock, NB, CAN; his age recorded 30, hers 31. His father's name omitted, mother Effie Glanville, her parents named William Karnes, Helen Rinden?
Witnesses Donald Karnes. Josephine Theresa Karnes died on 24 April 2004 at Woodstock, NB, CAN; with obituary:-
GLANVILLE, JOSEPHINE (JOEY) THERESA - Josephine (Joey) Theresa Glanville of Woodstock, NB passed away on Saturday, April 24, 2004 at the Carleton Memorial Hospital. She was predeceased by her parents, William and Ellen Karnes, husband, G. Archie Glanville, sisters; Alice Karnes, Gertrude Karnes, Louise Sharkey, Margaret Jordan, Eleanor Cormier, Katherine Victory, brothers; Allan Karnes, Donald Karnes, John Karnes. Survived by daughters Deborah Ann (Douglas) Blenkarn of Nanamo, BC, Dr. N. Theresa Glanville of Dartmouth, NS, Barbara Ellen Glanville of Dartmouth, NS, sisters; Vivian Karnes of Woodstock, Natalie (John) Mcguire of Maryland, USA, brother, Kenneth (Gertrude) Karnes of Woodstock, sister-in-laws Peggy Karnes of Woodstock and Glenna Karnes of Woodstock, nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Culberson Funeral Home 188 Connell Street, Woodstock was on Sunday, April 25th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Monday at 11:00 a.m. at Saint Gertrude's Roman Catholic Church in Woodstock. Interment will be in the Calvary Cemetery in Woodstock at a later date. Donations to the Alzheimer's Society, Heart and Stroke foundation or Saint Gertrude's Roman Catholic Church would be appreciated.

Family

George Archie Glanville b. 27 Jun 1917, d. 1 Jul 2002

David Dean Glanville

Male, ID #2104, b. 21 September 1941, d. 31 March 2008
FatherEarl L. Glanville b. 3 Mar 1900, d. Jan 1974
MotherLaura Stilson b. bt 1900 - 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     David Dean Glanville was born on 21 September 1941 at Hampton, Franklin Co., IA, USA. He died on 31 March 2008 at Grand Haven, MI, USA, at age 66; with obituary:
David Dean Glanville, age 66, of Grand Haven, died on March 31, 2008 in his home surrounded by his family. David was born in Hampton, IA, the son of Earl and Laura "Grace" Glanville on September 21, 1941. David went to Northern Iowa University on a wrestling scholarship earning his BA in Education. During his summer breaks from college, David fell in love with the Rocky Mountains. He worked many summers at Beaver's Dude Ranch near Fraser, Colorado as a head wrangler and farrier, a professional shoer of horses. Often he would hike into the mountains for a week at a time by himself communing with nature. After graduating from Northern Iowa, David taught in Colorado for three years. In 1965, he moved to Michigan and received his Masters in Education and specialist degree from Michigan State University. His continual thirst for knowledge led him to Western Michigan University to obtain his Doctorate degree. This natural born leader served as principal of Northeast Middle School, Central High School in Grand Rapids, and Wyoming Park High School. He played a crucial role in the extensive remodeling of Central High School in 1983. After 32 years in education, he retired, but continued to teach his children and many grandchildren life lessons. After one month of retirement, it was no surprise to his family that he began his second career as a financial planner. His integrity and yearning to do the right thing gained him many new friends and clients. In the last five years, he traveled with his wife Joyce, and spent time in Hawaii with his dear friends John and Marie Black. David had many talents and interests. He loved windsurfing, mountain biking, fishing, running, skiing in Colorado, gardening, golfing, playing the guitar, and hiking. Most of all, he enjoyed doing these activities with his children and grandchildren. David lived his life with honor, integrity, loyalty, generosity, patience and courage, teaching and sharing these qualities freely with love and humility. David exhibited these traits especially during the last month of his life. David is survived by the love of his life, Joyce; sons, Adam, Jason (Elaine), Ryan (Kristi); step children who he thought of as his own, Jerry Kimball (Kim), Steve Kimball (Tamra), Jeanne DeRoseau, and Rick Kimball (Jeanne); nineteen grandchildren; his sister, Mary Barnes; many nieces and nephews; his dog Sam; and many business colleagues and dear friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Laura Glanville; and his brother-in-law, Don Barnes. A celebration of life will be held at a later date to be announced. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Kids Food Basket, 1203 Butterworth SW, GR, MI 49504, or Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, PO Box 750, NY, NY 10021-0036. Friends and family can sign the on-line guest book at www.mlive.com. Metcalf & Jonkhoff Funeral Service.

Marion E. Johnson

Female, ID #2108, b. between 1894 and 1895

Alternate Names

     Marion E. Johnson was also known as Marian. Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Marion E. Johnson was born between 1894 and 1895 at SD, USA. She married Carlen Taylor Glanville, son of Benjamin Glanville and Maud Evelyn Taylor, before 1917 at USA.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Marion E. Johnson and Carlen Taylor Glanville appeared on the census of 1920 at Otero, CO, USA; his age recorded 28, hers 25.
  • Marion E. Johnson and Carlen Taylor Glanville appeared on the census of 1930 at Orange, Orange Co., CA, USA; his age recorded 38, hers 35.
  • Marion E. Johnson and Carlen Taylor Glanville appeared on the census of 1940 at Riddle, Douglas Co., OR, USA; his age recorded 49, hers 45.

Family

Carlen Taylor Glanville b. 3 Jun 1891
Children

Carlen Taylor Glanville

Male, ID #2109, b. 3 June 1891
FatherBenjamin Glanville b. 29 Oct 1861, d. 12 Feb 1952
MotherMaud Evelyn Taylor b. 8 Jul 1870, d. 16 Jun 1956

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Carlen Taylor Glanville was born on 3 June 1891 at Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co., IA, USA. He married Marion E. Johnson before 1917 at USA.

Other information

     His Military Registration card lists a wife and child, describing him as short, slender, gray eyes, black hair on 5 June 1917.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Carlen Taylor Glanville appeared on the census of 1900 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, USA; recorded age 9, living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 1910 at Lake Preston, Kingsbury Co., SD, USA; recorded age 18, living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 1910 at Augustine, Logan Co., KS, USA; recorded age 18, living with his parents.
  • He was a farmer and stockraiser on 5 June 1917.
  • He and Marion E. Johnson appeared on the census of 1920 at Otero, CO, USA; his age recorded 28, hers 25.
  • Carlen Taylor Glanville and Marion E. Johnson appeared on the census of 1930 at Orange, Orange Co., CA, USA; his age recorded 38, hers 35.
  • Carlen Taylor Glanville was a cattle trader in 1940.
  • He and Marion E. Johnson appeared on the census of 1940 at Riddle, Douglas Co., OR, USA; his age recorded 49, hers 45.

Family

Marion E. Johnson b. bt 1894 - 1895
Children

Elizabeth Andrews

Female, ID #2110, b. before 1704, d. 23 August 1748

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Andrews was born before 1704. She married Sir John Glanville Kt, son of Julius Glanville and Martha Corderoy, on 8 September 1724 at St Peter, Cornhill, London, LND, ENG; Jo* Glanvill of St Stephens Colemain Street London and Eliz. Andrews of ye same By Licence. Note that other Johns on the same page were written in full. Elizabeth Andrews died on 23 August 1748 at CON, ENG. She was buried on 30 August 1748 at St Germans, CON, ENG; named wife of John Glanvil.

Family

Sir John Glanville Kt b. 29 Dec 1695, d. c May 1769
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2111, b. 26 February 1730, d. 7 January 1751
FatherSir John Glanville Kt b. 29 Dec 1695, d. c May 1769
MotherElizabeth Andrews b. b 1704, d. 23 Aug 1748

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born in 1729/30 at London, MDX, ENG. He was baptized on 26 February 1730 at St Stephen, Coleman Street, London, LND, ENG. He died on 7 January 1751 at ENG at age 20. He was buried on 17 January 1751 at St Germans, CON, ENG; age not recorded, named John Squire Jnr.

Julius Glanville

Male, ID #2112, b. 18 September 1667, d. 1709
FatherJulius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
MotherAnne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Julius Glanville was born before 18 September 1667 at Ridge, HRT, ENG. He was baptized on 18 September 1667 at Ridge, HRT, ENG; Julius Sonne of Julius and Anne Glanvill. He married Martha Corderoy on 7 April 1689 at Parish Church, Barnes, SRY, ENG. Julius Glanville was buried in 1709 at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, LND, ENG. He died in 1709 at London, LND, ENG; named dead in Codicil of his father's will, but note the father and son both named Julius died nearly at the same time, as his father's codicil and probate dates his father's death to1709-1710, but that 1709 codicil states his son Julius is "since lately dead."

Other information

     As of 1700, Julius Glanville lived at Bethnal Green, MDX, ENG, at baptism of daughter Elizabeth. Was mentioned in the will of his father in 1702.
As of 1707, Julius Glanville lived at parish of St Botolph, London Bishopsgate, LND, ENG, when swearing an oath and being granted admon on the estate of his sister Winifred Glanvill.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Julius Glanville was a linen draper of Bethnal Green at baptism of son John on 29 December 1695.
  • He was a merchant taylor, at baptism of son Walter on 28 April 1697.
  • He was a merchant taylor in 1707.

Family

Martha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716
Children

Martha Corderoy

Female, ID #2113, b. before 1669, d. 1716

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Martha Corderoy was born before 1669 at Morton, SRY, ENG. She married Julius Glanville, son of Julius Glanville and Anne Bagnall, on 7 April 1689 at Parish Church, Barnes, SRY, ENG. Martha Corderoy died in 1716 at ENG.

Family

Julius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
Children

Ann Glanville

Female, ID #2114, b. between 1696 and 1701, d. circa August 1725
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Hancocke.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Glanville was born between 1696 and 1701 at ENG. She and William Hancocke obtained a marriage license on 16 October 1724 at St Germans, CON, ENG; Ann named as Mrs Ann Glanville. Ann Glanville died circa August 1725 at St Germans, CON, ENG; and was named deceased in the Codicil to the will of her uncle John Glanvill, but a daughter also named Ann Hancock was also mentioned. She was buried on 2 September 1725 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Other information

     She was mentioned in the will of her grandfather Julius Glanvill in 1702.
We was apprenticed to Emlen Baldwin wife of Sam Gent., named daughter of Julius Glanville late citizen of London deceased on 9 January 1712.
Ann Glanville was living on 23 December 1724 at St Germans, CON, ENG; when named in the Will of her uncle John Glanvill.

Family

William Hancocke b. b 1704

William Hancocke

Male, ID #2115, b. before 1704

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Hancocke was born before 1704 at St Germans, CON, ENG. He and Ann Glanville obtained a marriage license on 16 October 1724 at St Germans, CON, ENG; Ann named as Mrs Ann Glanville.

Family

Ann Glanville b. bt 1696 - 1701, d. c Aug 1725

Martha Glanville

Female, ID #2116, b. 17 November 1693, d. July 1744
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Martha Glanville was born before 17 November 1693 at London, MDX, ENG. She was baptized on 17 November 1693 at St Mary, Whitechapel, Stepney, MDX, ENG; Martha Glanvill daughter of Julius and Martha. She died in July 1744 at CON, ENG, at age 50. She was buried on 18 July 1744 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #2117, b. 22 June 1700, d. November 1735
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born on 22 June 1700 at London, MDX, ENG. She was baptized on 24 June 1700 at St Dunstan & All Saints parish church, Stepney, MDX, ENG; Elizabeth Daur of Julius Glanville of Bethnallgreen Linen Merchant & Martha . 2 days old. She died in November 1735 at CON, ENG, at age 35. She was buried on 19 November 1735 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Other information

     She was bound apprentice to Emilie Baldwin sempstress, and her father was named Julius Glanvill deceased on 27 November 1713 at London, MDX, ENG.

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2118, b. 13 December 1702, d. May 1742
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 13 December 1702 at London, MDX, ENG. She was baptized on 13 December 1702 at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, LND, ENG. She died in May 1742 at CON, ENG, at age 39. She was buried on 22 May 1742 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Walter Glanville

Male, ID #2119, b. 16 April 1697, d. March 1751
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Walter Glanville was born on 16 April 1697 at London, MDX, ENG. He was baptized on 28 April 1697 at St Dunstan & All Saints parish church, Stepney, MDX, ENG; Walter son of Julias Glanvill of Bethnallgreen Merchant Taylor & Martha. 12 days old. He married Ann Austin on 18 September 1745 at Plymstock, DEV, ENG. Walter Glanville died in March 1751 at ENG at age 53; probably Plymouth, but body being returned to St Germans. He was buried on 22 March 1751 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Other information

     He was apprenticed to Thomas Chadwell goldsmith, named son of late Julius Glanville merchant taylor deceased on 19 July 1712.

Family

Ann Austin b. b 1725
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2120, b. 9 December 1748, d. July 1780
FatherWalter Glanville b. 16 Apr 1697, d. Mar 1751
MotherAnn Austin b. b 1725

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born before 9 December 1748 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG. He was baptized on 9 December 1748 at St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; John son of Walter and Sarah Glanvill. He married Frances Walk on 18 November 1770 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG. John Glanville died in July 1780 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG, at age 31. He was buried on 27 July 1780 at St Andrew parish church, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; no age recorded.

Family

Frances Walk b. b 1750
Children

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2121, b. 30 January 1778
FatherJohn Glanville b. 9 Dec 1748, d. Jul 1780
MotherFrances Walk b. b 1750

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Pridham.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 30 January 1778 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG. She was baptized on 30 January 1778 at St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Mary da of John and Frances Glanvill. She married Captain Richard Pridham R.N. on 20 March 1801 at St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Richd Pridham Esq Lieutenant of His Majestys ship the Centaur a bachelor and Mary Glanville of this parish spinster were married. Witnesse * Pridham, Jos Pridham
Reported in Gloucester Journal 30 Mar 1801:
Lieut. Pridham, of the Centaur, to Miss Glanville, of Plymouth.

Captain Richard Pridham R.N.

Male, ID #2122, b. before 1781

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Captain Richard Pridham R.N. was born before 1781. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of John Glanville and Frances Walk, on 20 March 1801 at St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Richd Pridham Esq Lieutenant of His Majestys ship the Centaur a bachelor and Mary Glanville of this parish spinster were married. Witnesse * Pridham, Jos Pridham
Reported in Gloucester Journal 30 Mar 1801:
Lieut. Pridham, of the Centaur, to Miss Glanville, of Plymouth.

Family

Mary Glanville b. 30 Jan 1778

Julius Glanville

Male, ID #2123, b. 27 August 1692, d. October 1725
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Julius Glanville was born on 27 August 1692 at London, MDX, ENG. He was baptized on 5 September 1692 at St Gregory by St Paul, London, MDX, ENG; Julius the son of Julius Glanvile & Martha his wife born ye 27 Aug. He died in October 1725 at London, MDX, ENG, at age 33. He was buried on 31 October 1725 at St Bride, Fleet Street, London, MDX, ENG; no age recorded.

Other information

     He was named in the will of his brother Francis in 1714.
Julius Glanville was living in 1724; when named in the will of his uncle John Glanvill.

Julius Glanville

Male, ID #2124, b. 1631/32, d. February 1710
FatherSir John Glanville b. c 1589, d. 2 Oct 1661
MotherWinifred Bouchier b. b 1595, d. Apr 1676

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Julius Glanville was born in 1631/32 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. He was baptized on 15 April 1633 at St Dunstan in the West, London, MDX, ENG; Julius Sonne of Mr John Glanvile was baptized. He married Anne Bagnall in May 1662 at London, MDX, ENG; Marriage licence:
Glanvill, Julius, of Lincoln's Inn, eqs., bachelor, about 30, and Anne Baganall, of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, spinster, about 25, her parents dead - at St Margaret, Westminster or King Henry VII.'s chapel in Westminster Abbey. 28 Apr 1662. Julius Glanville died in February 1710 at Ham, Kingston on Thames, SRY, ENG. He was buried on 18 February 1710 at Kingston on Thames, SRY, ENG. His estate was probated on 23 February 1710 at London, MDX, ENG, prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Other information

     Julius Glanville left a will on 1 October 1702 In the Name of God Amen
I Julius Glanville of Ham within the parish of Kingston upon
Thames in the County of Surrey Esqr I do make and ordain this my
last will and testament in writing in manner and form following
I give and bequeath my Soul to Almighty God and desire that my
Body may be decently and frugally buried according to the discretion
of my hereafter named executor I revoke all former wills by me
made or intended to be made I give and bequeath unto my son
John Ganvill all my houses buildings lands tenements leases
rectory tythes and parsonages with their and every of their
appurtenances which I have any where within the parish of St
Germans in Cornwall or within the parish of Tavistock in Devonshire
or within the parish of Broad Hinton or Clive in Wiltshire To have
and to hold all and singular the said premifses unto him my said
son John Glanvill his executors administrators and afsigns
for and during all the rest and residue of my respective terms
for years which are yet to come and unexpired of and in the said
respective premifses Also I give and bequeath unto my said son
John Glanvill all my house stable coach house buildings garden
and backyard adjoining the said stable and coach house with
their and every of their appurtenances situate lying and being
at Ham within the parish of Kingston upon Thames in the county
of Surrey to have and to hold the said last recited premifses lying
and being at Ham aforesaid unto him my said son John Glanvill
and his heirs for ever Also I give and bequeath unto my son
Julius Glanvill out of such money as now is or shall be at the
time of my death owing to me at interest the summe of six
hundred pounds to be paid to him within one year after my deceafe
if so soon it shall or may be received by my executor And I also give
to my said son Julius all such interest of the said six hundred
pounds as shall incur and grow due from the time of my decease
to the time that this his legacy shall be paid unto him the said
interest being to be paid unto him from time to time as my executor
shall received it from my debtor or debtors Also I give and
bequeath to my grandchild Anne Glanvill daughter of the said
Julius the summe of one hundred pounds of lawfull English money
to be paid to her at the age of one and twenty years unlefs
my executor with the consent of her ffather shall upon any
advantageous marriage or any other beneficial prospect for
her think fitt to pay it sooner I also do bequeath that the said
Anne shall have interest for the said one hundred pounds till it
be paid which said interest my executor may either reserve and
pay at once to her when the principal legacy shall be paid or
imploy it towards her keeping from time to time till the payment of
her aforesaid legacy And whereas my daughter Winifred
Glanvill hath already an annuity of twenty eight pounds for
and during her life one half whereof was purchased with my
money and the other half by the gift of a kind aunt of hers I
(as my circumstances are) do think her competently provided for
neverthelefs I do hereby give her twenty pounds and declare that
this legacy with what I have formerly done for her in my life
time is all I intend for her full portion from me All my
other money not here before disposed of and also all my goods
and chattles whatsoever whether real or personal moveable
or immoveable I give unto my said son John Glanvill and
make him the sole executor of this my last will and testament
In Witnefs of all which I have sett my name and and seal unto this
my last will and testament on the ffirst day of October in the
year of our Lord God according to the computation now use
in England one thousand seven hundred and two. Julius
Glanvill. Signed sealed and published to be the last will and testament
of me Julius Glanvill the testator in the presence of Elizabeth
L'estrange Anne Wilkinson Anne L'sournes Elizabeth Glanvill

Whereas my son Julius Glanvill to whom by my last
will and testament within written I did bequeath the summe of
six hundred pounds is since lately dead Now my will is the
said summe of six hundred pounds intended for him shall go and
be divided equally amongst all his children (not excepting that
daughter to whom I have given a particular legacy) every ones
share to be paid them in course at their respective ages of one
and twenty years or at any earlier eage of competent discretion
if my executor or such as under him shall have the execution of my
said will and testament shall think it more usefull for them or
any of them In the mean time I will that the produce or interest
of every ones share shall annually be paid to or allowed if and
applyed towards the maintaining him or her respectively and if
that shall not be found sufficient I give leave to my said executor
to imploy and expend out of the principall of very ones shares
respectively what he shall esteem necesfsary for that purpose and as
any of the said children shall come to an age proper for their
being out out to apprenticeships or any imployment I will that
my executor shall imploy for such purpose so much of such child
or childrens portion as shall be needful for it and what shall be
so imployed as well as what shall be expended for the subsistance
of any of them beyond the interest of their respective shares I will
shall be allowed and deducted respectively when such shares shall
come to be paid and shall be reputed as so much paid to very
such child or children and if any of the said children shall
dye before his or her share shall be paid in such case and as
often as it shall so happen his her or their share or shares or so
much thereof as shall be unpaid or unimployed and unexpended
for the purposed before mentioned shall from time to time
go and be divided equally amongst all the rest of the said children
that survive Lastly my will is that this codicil be taken to be
part of my said last will and testament In Witnefs whereof
I have hereunto sett my hand and seal with eighteenth day of July
in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and
nine. Julius Glanvill. Signed sealed and published as a Codicil
to my said last will and testament in the presence of Nicholas
Cry Ellen Cry Ann Mason

Probatum... (latin text, dated 23 Feb 1710, granted to John Glanvill.)

Family

Anne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702
Children

Anne Bagnall

Female, ID #2125, b. circa 1637, d. October 1702

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Anne Bagnall was born circa 1637 at St Dunstan in the West, London, LND, ENG. She married Julius Glanville, son of Sir John Glanville and Winifred Bouchier, in May 1662 at London, MDX, ENG; Marriage licence:
Glanvill, Julius, of Lincoln's Inn, eqs., bachelor, about 30, and Anne Baganall, of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, spinster, about 25, her parents dead - at St Margaret, Westminster or King Henry VII.'s chapel in Westminster Abbey. 28 Apr 1662. Anne Bagnall died in October 1702 at Kingston on Thames, SRY, ENG. She was buried on 5 October 1702 at Kingston on Thames, SRY, ENG.

Family

Julius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2126, b. 1665, d. 12 June 1735
FatherJulius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
MotherAnne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born in 1665 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. He died on 12 June 1735 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; unmarried. He was buried on 15 June 1735 at St Germans, CON, ENG; age not recorded, named John Esquire. His estate was probated on 16 June 1735 This Will was proved at London to Two codicils
annexed the sixteeth day of June in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred thirty five before the workshipfull Thomas
Walker Doctor of Laws surrogate to the Right Workshipfull John
Bettesworth Doctor also of Laws Mafter Keeper of Commifsary of
the prerogative court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the
oath of John Glanville the Nephew and Sole Executor named in the
said Will to whom adminstration was granted of all and singular the
the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased being firft sworn
duly to Administon - Examined.

Other information

     Glanvill was the author of:
* Some Odes of Horace imitated with Relation to His Majesty and the Times, London, 1690.
* Poem … lamenting the Death of her late Sacred Majesty of the Small-pox, London, 1695.
* A Panegyrick to the King [in verse], London [1697].
* The Happy Pair, a new song [anon.], London [1706?]; other editions 1710? 1750?.
* Poems, consisting of originals and translations, London, 1725.
* Two Letters to Francis Gregor, dated Catchfrench, August 1730 and October 1730, printed in Francis Gregor's preface to Sir John Fortescue's De Laudibus legum Angliæ, 1737, pp. xxvii–xxxii.
He also translated from the Latin Seneca's Agamemnon, act i., which, with A Song, was in Miscellany Poems and Translations by Oxford Hands, London, 1685. In the Annual Miscellany for 1694, pt. iv. of Miscellany Poems, London, 1694, he had translations from Seneca and Horace. He also translated Fontenelle's A Plurality of Worlds, London, 1688; other editions, London, 1695; London, 1702. Some his poems were reprinted in vol. iv. of John Nichols's Collection.
As of 1707, John Glanville lived at Lincolns Inn, MDX, ENG, when named in the will of his aunt Elizabeth Glanvill. He left a will on 23 December 1724 I John Glanvill now of the
parish of St German in the County of Cornwall Efqz make this my laft
Will and Teftament in Writing of which laft will and Teftament I make
and consistute my Nephew John Glanvill of London Citizen and apothiecary
full and sole Executor ne'te my Burial if I leave any order relating
to it in writing or by word of Mouth in my last Sicknefs I hereby
appoint such orders to be observed othewise I leave it wholly to the
case and discretion of my said Executor and in case he shall be at a
diftance from the place where I dye to any officer my Relation or
Relations who shall live with or near me at that time define how-
ever it may be with no little expense as decency will admitt I appoint
a Monuement to be Erected in the Chancel of the Church of Broadhinton
in the county of Wilts (if it be not done in my lifetime) for my
Grandmother the Lady Glanvill which would have be at Least as
good as that which she caufed to be Erected for her husband St John
Glanvill and as this is not my own Summons but purfuant to the
defize and long continues intention of my aunt Elizabeth Glanville (as
she declared it to my dear Sifter Winifred Glanvill and my said Sifter to
me I command that such her defire should be exxprefsed in the Infcription
I give and bequeath to each of my Servants living with me at the time
of my decease and who have have don for one whole Twelve month
before Twenty shillinga a piece as also the like sume to my constant
workman John Vivafls I give to the poor of the several parifhses
and places where the different part of my Scattred Eftate lye as
followeth viz. to the poor of the parisfh of St German aforesaid ffive
pounds to the poor of the parifh of Taviftock in the County of Devon ffive
pounds to the poor of the parifh of hilmarton in the County of Wils
five pounds to the poor of the parifh of Bradhinton in the same County
five pound and to the ppor of the hamletts of Ham and Hatch in
the parifh of Kingston upon Thames in the County of Surry fforty Shillings
All these to be diftributed not in money but in wheat or Malt or Bread
at the difrection of my Executor * Give to my Neice Anne now the
wife of one William Hancock of the parifh of St Germans aforesaid Twenty
pounds and no more as having not only discharged all that I my
ways owed or had been given to her But also given her and that in
a Time of Difficulty Two hundred pounds upon the marriage before
mentioned I Give and bequeath to my Neices Martha Glanvill
Elizabeth Glanvill and Mary Glanvill Twenty pounds apiece partly
for Mourning and partly for their removall to such places where they
may incline to live and that they may have some thing to Subsist on
till the Revenue hereinafter appointed for them shall come in and my
will is that such of the laft named three neices as shall be livin or with
me at the time of my decease shall be subfisted after it a thte place of my
habitation for one whole calendar month upon ffre coft I give to my
Nephew Walter Glanvill thirteen pounds in Recompense of so much
which he lent to and laft by his Brother Julius I also give to my said
Nephew Walter Twenty pounds more And for any farther help I leave
and Recommend him (if not married which I am sure must be
ffoolifhly if at all) to the discret kindnefs of his Brother John Glanvill
my Executor I give my my Nephew Julius Glanvill seventeen pounds
And in case his Brother Walter Glanvill shall dye before me thirteen
pounds more and he having very justly incurred my displeasure this
is all that I defi*yne for him. All the rest of my Teftamentary Eftate
whether Goods (not bequeathed by word of mouth in my last Sicknefs
and such bequeft of bequefts reduced to writing by some witnefses
prefent at the making therefo in one day after my death / money
Credits Chattels perfonal or real I Give and bequeath all (after the
juft performance of this will Teftament and payment of my debts)
to my Before named Executor and Nephew John Glanvill as to my
Estate of Inheritance I Give and devise my house with all and every
the Appurtenances therein to belonging or on occupyes therewith at home
in the parifh of Kingston upon Thames in the County of Surrey to my
Nephew John Glanville aforesaid and to his heirs forever I Give
and devife my neice Martha Glanvill (if she neither is nor ever
hath been marryed at the time of my deceafe) one annuity or
yearly Rent Charge of ffifteen pouns of lawfull Britifh money
and to my neice Elizabeth Glanville (if she neither is nor ever hath
been marryed at the time of my decease) one other annuity or yearly
Rent thereof of fifteen pounds of like money (besides the annuitys or
Rents which I have already granted them by deed) and to my
neice Mary Glanville (if she neither is nor ever hath been
married at the time of my decease) one other annuity or yearly
Rent thereof of Twenty and five pounds of like money the said
severall Annuitys or yearly Rents to be Afsining out of and charged
upon my Captial Mefsuages and benefice Lands of my Manor and
Lands of and at Celveancy in the parifh of Hilmarton in the County
of Wilts To have hold receive and take the said Severall Annuitys
or Rents Charge of ffifteen pounds ffifteen pounds and twenty and
five pounds unto the said Martha Glanvill, Elizabeth Glanvill and
Mary Glanvill serverally and refpectively for and during the severall
and respective terms of nNinety and Nine years from the time of my
death if she the said Martha the said Elizabeth and she the
said Mary Glanvill severally and respectively so long shall live
unmarried The said several Annuitys or Rents to be paid yearly
and every year during the several terms aforesaid at the ffeaft of
the annunciation of the Virgin Mary and the ffeaft of St Michael the
Archangel by even and equal portions and that ffree and Clear of
all Rates Taxes and impofitions laid or to be charged either upon the Annuitys
or Rents themselves or the Mefsuage and Lands out of which they
are to Ifsue the ffirft payment to be made on such of the said ffeafts which
shall firft happen after my decease and if the said annnuitys or Rents
or either of them shall be behind and unpaid in all or in part at either
or any of the days on which they ought to be paid and by the spare
of Twenty Eight days after and demand be made thereof at the
Capital Mefsuage of Cleveancy aforesaid or on my part of the premifses
charged with the said Rents and the same be no paid then it shall
and my be lawfull for the said Martha Elizabeth and Mary
Glanvill or such of them whose annuity or Rent or any part thereof
shall be so in arrear not only to distrain for the same upon the premifses
charged with the Rent aforesaid and such diftrefs and difrefsed to
drive away impound and detain untill satiffaction and payment be
made of the said arrears and of all charges relating to the said
difrefs or diftrefses but also into the said premifses wholly to enter
pofsefs and to take the profits of the same untill such refpective arrears
shall be satisfyed together with all cofts that may anyways happen
And further I do hereby authorize and impower and if need shall
be require all and every immemdiate tenant or tenants occupant
occupants of the premifses to pay from time to time not only the annuitys
or Rents herein before devized but to also the annuity or yearly rent of
ten pounds granted by me by deed Indenets to my aforesaid Neice
Martha Glanvill and one other Annuity or yearly Rent Charge
of seven pounds and ten shillings granted by the same deed to
my aforesaid neice Elizabeth Glanvill and the sums so paid to deduct
out of any Rent or Rents of and for the premifses which shall be
due to any perfon or perfons claiming the premifses by from or under
me. My manor and Lands of and at Cleveancy aforesaid charged
with all the Rents aforesaid I Give and Devise to my Nephew John
Glanvill aforesaid to have and hold to him and his afsigns for and
during the term of ninety and nine years if he the said John so long
shall happen to live ffree from any Impeachment of Waste in cutting
down an Timber Trees growing or whcih shall grow thereupon
provided the trees so cut down be and shall be employed for the
repairing of the premifses or the buildings or making any thing new
for the bettering of the same and from and after any
determination of that Eftate Then to Sr Thomas Pope Blount
now or late of Twickenham in the County of Middlefex baron
and Thomas Bonet of Salthrop of the County of Wilts Esqz and
their heirs for and during the natural life of the said John
upon Trust only for preferving the continuent Estate hereinfafter
limited and for making Entry and bringing actions and doing
anything necefsary for that purpofe it occasion shall be and from
and immediately after the death of the said John Glanvill To the first
son of the Body of the said John Glanvill lawfully to be begotten and
to the heirs Males of the Body of such firft son lawfully to be
begotten and for default of such Ifsue To the second son of the
said John Glanvill so to be begotten and to the heirs males of the
body of such second son lawfully to be begotton and for default of
such Ifsue to the third ffourth ffifth and every other son of the
said John Glanvill so to be begotten succefsively and to the severall
heirs males of the bodys of such refpective sons lawfully to be
begotten every elder son and the heirs males of his body being preferred
before any younger son and the heirs males of his body and for
default of such Ifsue to Richard Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe in
the County of Devon Efqr and to the heirs males of the Body of the
said Richard lawfully beggotten or to be begotten And for default of
such Ifsue To Arthur Hide of Spinton Danebeery in the parifh o
Katerington in the County of Southton Esqr and to the heirs Males of
his body lawfully begotten or to be begotten And for default of
such Ifsue to Richard Baskerville Eldeft son and heir of Thomas
Baskerville late of Richardstone in the parifh of Winterbourn in the
county of Wilts Egqz and to the heirs males of the of th Body of Margaret
Baskerville deceased (Grandmother of the said Richard and one of
the daughters of Sir John Glanville) lawfully begotten and for
default of such Ifsue to my aforesaid Nephew John Glanville and
his heirs for ever providing and always that if I in my liftime or my
said Nephew after my death shall buy in all or any of the Tenemente
hold of me as of my said Mannor or Cleveancy in such manner
that the Chattel or Copyhold Interefts in the said tenements shall be
mortged or drowned in the ffreehold and Inheritance of the said
Mannor and if the said John my Nephew shall leave no heire
or heirs male of his Body which shall arrive at the age of Twenty
one years then I do hereby impower and authorize the said John
to grant or by his laft will to devise the Manor and Lands of and
at Cheveancy aforesaid to such perfons as he shall think fit for the
term of ffive hundred years In trust only for the raising of such
sume or sumes as shall have been laid out in the buying in of such
Tenement or Tenements such term to commence from the ffailing
of Ifsue male of the Body of the said John and the money arifing
thereby to be difpofed amongft the daughter or other ffemale
defrondents of the said John and for want of any such to such
perfon or perfons as the said John shall in his discretion think fit
and I now having made this provifion and settlement as fairly land
discretly as I could without regaring who will or will nto be satisfyed
therewith In Witnefs of all this I have hereunto set my hand and seal
this three and twentieth day of December in the year of Lord
seventeen hundred and twenty and four. John Glanvill - Signed, Sealed
publifhed and declared to be the last will and Teftament of the Teftator
John Glanvill in the prefenced of us who in his prefence have incfribed
our Names. Andr Philips, Wm Croher, Geo: fford.
He left a will on 15 June 1726 I John Glanvill of the parifh of St
Germans in the County of Cornwall Efqr make this codicil to my laft
Will and Teftament of which I appoint it to be taken as part and
hereby confirm the said laft will and Teftament as far as it is not
changed by this Codicil or Rendered in effectual by the death of any
perfon or perfons since the maing there of the Legacy of Twenty pounds
which I gave to my heirs Anne Hancock deceased I give to her Daughter
and my Godddaughter Anne Handock if she shall attain the age of
Twenty one years to be then paid her together with Intereft after the
Rate of ffive per cent to commence from the Twenty second of August
next following my decease my Capital Mefsuage Barton and Lands
of and in or commonly known by the name of Catchfrench in the parifh
and County before mentioned I Give and devife to my Nephew John
Glanvill and to his heirs for ever provided always and upon
condition that he shall in the compafs of two years after my death
Redeem and pay off amy Mortage or Mortages from any summ
or summs of money not exceeding in the whole or together the
sum of two thousand pounds that is or shall be made of my Mannor
and Lands of and at Cloveancy in the County of Wilts And to hereas
I have in my laft will and teftament aforesaid devifsed contain
annuities or annual Rent Charged to my neices Martha Glanvill
Elizabeth Glanvill and Mary Glanvill Ifsueing and to Ifsue out of my
aforesaid Manner and Lands of and at Cleveancy now my Will is
and I do Give and devise and appoint that the said annuities or
annual Rent Charged under the same Limitations and with the
like powers and privileges as in and by my said will and Teftament
is specified shall Ifsue out of and be charged on my Capital Mefsuage
Barton and Lands of and in Catchfrench aforesaid as well as out of the
Mannor and Lands of and at the Cleveancy before mentioed untill
my said Mannor and Lands of and at Cleveancy shall be difcharged
of all Mortgages made or to be made of and any Incumbrances affording
the same and then and from thence to Ifsue out of and be charged on
the Mannor And Lands of and at Cleveancy only as in and by my
said Will and Teftament had been appointed In Witnefs whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this ffifteenth day of June in the year
of our Lord 1726 John Glanvill - Signed sealed and published by
the withing named John Glanvill in the prefence of us who in
his prefence have subscribed our names - Jno Clarke, henry Smart
Clerk to Mr Clarke Samuel Gregory Servt to Mr Clarke.
He left a will on 16 June 1732 I John Glanvill now of Catchfrench in the
parish of St German in the County of Cornwall Esqr make this second
Codicil to my last will and Testament of which Will & Teftament (bearing date on about about the
28th day of December in the year of our Lord 1724) I order this codicil
to be one additional part Imprimis as to my Mannors Lands of and
at Cleveancy in the County of Wilts I confirm the disposal and Devifes
thereof made in my will aforsaid to my Nephew John Glanvill and to
his several sons Refpectively and Succefsively as in and by the said
Will (reference being thereunto had it doth may appear and now for want
of such Ifsue I hereby give and devife my said Mannor and Lands to
my aforsaid Nephew John Glanvill and to his heirs for ever provided
always that if the said John shall happen to dye without Ifsue in the
Lifetime of his Brother Walter so that he should come to be heir at Law
to the said Manner and Lands and if my said Nephew John shall make
no such Gift or Difpofal of the same as to prevent their coming to the said
Walter or any pitiful defcondant that may Ifsue or be pretended to to Ifsue
from thim then I give and devife my Mannor and Lands aforesaid to my
Kinsman Richard Edgcumb of MountEdgcumb Land in the County of Devon Esqr to the heirs males
of his body begotten and if he should happen to dye before me then to Richard
Edgcumb Eldeft son of the aforesaid Richard and the heirs males of his Body
Befotten and for want of such Ifsue to George Edgcumb second son of the first
mentioned Richard and to the heirs males of his body begotten and for
want of such Ifsue to the Lady Anne Carew wife of Sr William
Carew of Antony in the County of Cornwall Bart. and to the heirs
males of her body begotten and for want of such Ifsue to Arthur
Loyde of Lointon Dansberry in the parifhh of Katerington in the County
of Southampton Esqr and the heirs Males of his body begotten and
for want of such Ifsue to the right heirs of the said Arthur Loyde
for ever Item Whereas I have in my aforesaid Will Giveni to my Nephew
Walter Glanvill Thirteen pounds in Lieu of so much he lent to and loft
by his Brother Julius I now confirm the said Gift for so much only as I
shall not have given him for that purpofe in my Life time and whereas
after another Legacy bequeathed to him I have for the Reft left him to the
Difrect care of his Brother John I neither did or do design or desire ye
his said Brother John should Indulge him in Eafe or maintain him
without doing his endeavours to get his own living but only that he should
rescaid (?) of him in Sicknefs or Informities Releive him in Miffortunes
and wants that happen to him not by own own ffault and make some decent
provifidu for him in case he should survive the said John All without
giving any Encouragement to Idlenefs or Extravegance Item whereas
I have by my last Will and Teftament aforesaid given and devifed to my
neice Martha Glanvill one annuity or yearly Rent Charge of ffifeen
pounds of lawfull money of Great Britain and to my neice Elizabeth
one other Annuity of yeary Rent Charge of ffifteen pounds of like
money now I Efteeming those annuities and Rents to be something
to small so hereby and devife to my said neices Martha and
Elizabeth the further Annuities or Rents Change of ffive pounds yearly
to each of them under the same Limitations and Restrictions and
with the same powers and priviledges and Ifsmists out of and Charged
upon all the same Lands in and by my said Will and Teftament or
by a fformer codicil to the same (which codicil bears date in the month
of June in thee year of our Lord 1726 and as I remember some day
between the 13th and 18th of that Month is or are exprefsed and
appointed as to the annuities or Rents of ffifteen pounds above
Recited to have been Given and devifsed to them Item I give and
bequeath to my Godson John Glanvill son of my Nephew and Executor
John Glanvill if he lives to be of the age to Twenty one years are
when she shall arrive at that age the summ of one hundred pounds
unless his ffather upon hope that he may may be take to Good Literature
may choofe to keep my collection of Books (only changing or selling out
such Books as may be lefs usefull and getting or bying in their stead such
as he shall efteem more so) and in such case if my said Godson has really
Good Capacity and an Inclination for Study I bequeath to him at his age
before mentioned my said collection of books his ffather during his
life Retaining for his own use so many of the same not being Law
Books not exceeding one third part of the whole as he shall think fit
in Lieu of the aforesaid hundred pounds Laftly if my Goddaughter Anne
Hancock shall be living with me at the Time of my Death I order
her to be put into handsome mourning (and otherwife compleaaaatly
cloathed (the expense of such mourning and cloathing in the shole
not exceeding ten pounds) and then returned to her ffather is he
defires it otherwife I recommend it to my Nephew and Executor John
Glanville in Consideration of what I have done for him (and I recommend
it in Expectation of its being willingly complyed with) to take the Mother life


Carefully Examined with the Original Wills
By me
Geo: Gosling


Infant into his care and to maintain at his own charge either
with himself or where it shall appear to him most convenient) till be each
to the age of one and twenty years if she and her ffather so long shall
joyntly live and she be not sooner married which I shope will will not
and defire may not be encouragged unlefs difrection shall find it necefsary
or very convenient I would have her bred plain and sonsreirely (?) so as
to be made an Ufefull woman rather than an Imagonary ffine creature
particularly I would have her taught to write and understand common
Arithmetick so as to be able to keep household and other Ordinary
Amounts But as this depends upon her ffathers confent if he beggles and
Kaifes (?) scruples if he arrongantly thinks that no kindness which all other
muft think confiderable out and shall not agree to let her stay out the
whole time Nothing against the heir In Gods name let him have his
daughter to breed her as he will and to leep her as he can without
being troubled with any ffather offer In Witnefs of all whcih I have
hereunto set my hand and seal with Sixteeeth day of June in the year
of our Lord 1732. John Glanvill - Signed Sealed and publifhed as a
Codicil to his laft will and Teftament by the Teftator in the prfence of us
who in he prefence have subfscrived our names - Stephen Doyle, John
Stephens, Thos Spackmanes.

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #2127, b. 25 January 1662/63, d. circa February 1662/63
FatherJulius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
MotherAnne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born before 25 January 1662/63 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. She was baptized on 25 January 1662/63 at the Parish Church, Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; twin to William.
Elizabeth Glanvill daughter of Julius Glanvill Esq & of Ann his wife was baptized 25 Feb 1662. She died circa February 1662/63 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. She was buried on 2 February 1662/63 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; Elizabeth Glanvill daughter of Julius Glanvill was buried Feb 2nd.

William Glanville

Male, ID #2128, b. 25 January 1663, d. circa 26 January 1663
FatherJulius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
MotherAnne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 25 January 1663 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; twin to Elizabeth.
William Glanvill son of Julius Glanvill Esq & of Ann his wife was baptized 25 Feb 1662. He was baptized on 25 January 1663 at the Parish Church, Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; William Glanvill son of Julius and Ann. He died circa 26 January 1663 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. He was buried on 27 January 1662/63 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; William Glanvill sonr of Julius Glanvill was buried Jan 27th.

Winifred Glanville

Female, ID #2129, b. 2 February 1665/66, d. August 1707
FatherJulius Glanville b. 1631/32, d. Feb 1710
MotherAnne Bagnall b. c 1637, d. Oct 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Winifred Glanville was born before 2 February 1665/66 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. She was baptized on 2 February 1665/66 at the Parish Church, Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; Winifred ye daughter of Julius Glanvill Esq & of Anne his wie was Christened Feb ye 2nd 1665. She died in August 1707 at ENG at age 41; either dying at Broad Hinton or dying at Ham near Kingston upon Thames and her body being taken to Broad Hinton. She was buried on 27 August 1707 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; an Elizabeth and Winifred both buried at Broad Hinton on the same date.

Other information

     She was mentioned in the will of her father in 1702.
Winifred Glanville left a will on 25 October 1703 transcribed:
In the Name of God Amen
I, Winifred Glanville of Ham in the Parish of Kington upon
Thames in the County of Surrey make this my last Will and
Teftament the twenty fifth day of October in the year of our Lord
One Thousand seaven Hundred and Three in manner following
Imprimis I give unto my Cosen Winifred Stone All that money
of mine which is in the mannagement of her the said Winifred
and Mr George Bayly or one of them provided that she shall
out of the said Money buy two Gold Rings of Twenty Shillings
price a peice and give one of the said Rings to my Aunt
Elizabeth Glanvill and keep and wear herself the other for my
sake And as to all the Money aforesaid I make her the said
Winifred Executrix of this my Will and Teftament Item as
to all my other personall Eftate whether ready Money Arrears
of Annuity owing from the Crown or any other thing or things
I give and bequeath all to my Brother John Glanvill and of this
my Will and Teftament (except only as to what I have before
made the said Winifred Stone my Executrix) I make and
constitute my said Brother John Glanvill my full and sole
Executor And I do further appoint that all charges relating to
this my Will and Teftament or which otherwise are to be and
shall be norn on account of Executorship thereof shall be equally
defrayed by the said Winifred and John out of the respective
parts of my Eftate given unto them Wittneefs by hand the day
and year above written. Winifred Glanvill

19 Septembris 1707

Appeared personally Julius Glanvill of the Parish
of St Bottolph Bishoppsgate Cittizen and Merchant Taylor of
London and Anne Barnes of the Parish of St Mary Abb Church
London Spinster and being sworne upon the Holy Evangelist
to depose the truth did severally depose as followeth to witt he the said
Julius Glanvill did depose that Winifred Glanville late of Ham
in the Parish of Kingston upon Thames in the County of Surry
spinster deceased has his this deponants Sister And she the said
Anne Barnes did depose that she knew and was well acquainted
with the said deceased for severall years before her death And
he the said Julius Glanvill had severall times seen her the said
deceased write and subscribe her Name to several Letters
and also received Letters from her which he believes were Wrote
and subscribed by her And she the said Anne Barnes also
deposed that she had received severall Letters from the said deced
and as she believes hath seen her Write and subscribe her Name
to Writing and they having severally seen and perused the Will
of the said Winifred Glanvill deceased hereto annexed do verily
believe the same to be all wrote and subscribed by and with the
proper handwriting of the said deceased. Julius Glanvill
Junr. Anne Barnes. As of 25 October 1703, Winifred Glanville lived at Ham, Kingston upon Thames, SRY, ENG. Was mentioned in the will of her brother John, but not explicit as to whether she was still alive in 1724.

Sir John Glanville

Male, ID #2130, b. circa 1589, d. 2 October 1661
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir John Glanville was born circa 1589 at Kilworthy, Tavistock, DEV, ENG. He married Winifred Bouchier circa 1615 at ENG. Sir John Glanville died on 2 October 1661 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG. He was buried on 3 October 1661 at Broad Hinton, WIL, ENG; An Anecdote of Sr John Glanvil
Bishop Burretts Lief of Judge Hale. Page 11
The father of Serj Glanvil that eminent lawyer had a fair estate, which he intended to settle on his Eldest Brother, but he be a vicious young man & there appearing no hopes of his Recovery, he settle it on ye Sergeant, that was his second son. Upon his Death his eldest son finding that what he had before looked on, as the threatenings of an angry Father, was now but too certain, became melancholy & that by degrees forsught so great a Change on him, that what his father could not prevail which he lived, was now effecetd by ye serverity of his last Will so that is was now too late for him to change in hopes of an Estate that was gone from him. But the Sergeant his brother observing ye reality of the change resolved within himself what to do : so he called him with many of his friends together to a Feast & after other Dishes had been served up to ye Dinner he ordered one that was now covered to be set before his Brother, & desired him to uncover it, which he diong the Company was surprized to find it full of Writings. So he told them that he ws now to do, what he was sure his father would have done, if he had lived to see that happy change which they now all saw in his Brother : and therefore he freely restored to him the whole Estate. This is a great instance of a generous & just disposition which I mention of that worthy Sergeant, since he was so instrumental in the happy change that followed in ye course of Sir Matthew Hale's Life.
Ye John Glanvil Knt, was buried at Broad Hinton October the 3rd
Ser in this Register -- anno --1661.

Other information

     Glanville was brought up as an attorney, but entered Lincoln's Inn and was called to the bar on 6 February 1610. He was Recorder of Plymouth from 1614. He was elected Member of Parliament for Liskeard in 1614. In 1621 he was elected MP for Plymouth and was re-elected in 1624. He was secretary to the Lord Admiral of the Fleet during the Duke of Buckingham's assault on Cádiz in 1625, and managed several of the articles of his impeachment over the next three years. He was re-elected MP for Plymouth in 1625 and opposed the Crown in the 1620s, preparing a protest against the dissolution of Parliament in 1625. He was re-elected MP for Plymouth in 1626 and 1628, and sat until 1629 when King Charles decided to rule without parliament for eleven years. At some time he was proctor for the dean and chapter of Windsor.
     In January 1630, Glanville became a reader of his Inn. He became serjeant-at-law on 20 May 1637 and bencher of his Inn on 14 June 1637. He was Recorder of Bristol from 1638. In April 1640 he was elected MP for Bristol in the Short Parliament when he served Speaker. He spoke so strongly against ship money during his term as Speaker that the court party contrived to prevent him coming down to the House on the day the Short Parliament was dissolved. Nevertheless, he became King's Serjeant on 6 July 1640 and from then onwards he supported the King. In November 1640, he was re-elected MP for Bristol for the Long Parliament. He was knighted on 7 August 1641. He sat in the King's Parliament at Oxford and was awarded DCL at Oxford on 31 January 1644. In January or September 1644, he was disabled from sitting in parliament. He was also replaced as recorder of Bristol by Edmund Prideaux. In 1645 he was imprisoned by Parliament in the Tower of London until he was released on 7 July 1648. He was fined £2320 for his support for the King. In 1659 he was elected MP for St Germans in the Third Protectorate Parliament but was disqualified.
     Following the Restoration, Glanville was reappointed King's Serjeant on 6 June 1660.
He was Speaker of the House of Commons in 1640.
Sir John Glanville left a will on 27 July 1661 summarised:
In the name of God Amen, I John Glanvill, Knight, doo make this my last will and testament in writing this seaven and twentieth day of July in the thirteenth (?) year of the reign of Our Soverayne Lord Kinge Charles the Second and in the year of Our Lord God 1661 in fforme ffollowing. ffirst I revoke all former wills by me made or intended to be made. I give unto Dame Winifred my wife all money and gold in her custody, I bequeath unto her for life my mansion house and mannor and all my messuages, lands and tenements etc, of and in Broadhinton and Benoll-Woodin (?) in the Countie of Wilts and the Rectory and Tithes of Broadhinton-etc. The landes I bought soo dearly of Mr Robert Constable I will to my sonne William Glanville at whose request I bought the same and the tithes thereof arising during his life paying one hundred pounds by the yeare for the same to the said Dame Winifred his mother during her life. He mentions his sons John and Julius and his cousin Mrs Margaret Southall and his brother-in-law Mr John Bouchier. I give and devise to my sonne William and his heir male of the body of my father, all my lands and tenements in Devon and Cornwall. I give and devise unto my sonne John. all my lesses in Devonshire according to my conveyance thereof to him made, and to my sonne Julius all those to him in Devonshire and Wilts etc. I give and bequeath the manor and lands of Clavency in Wilts etc. to my daughter Elizabeth Glanvill and to the heirs of her body and for want of such heirs to William Glanvill according to the articles under his marriage; and gives Broadhinton after Dame Winifred's death to his eldest son William, etc., etc.
Dame Winifred Glanvill sole executrix.

Family

Winifred Bouchier b. b 1595, d. Apr 1676
Children