Catherine Joyce Lewis
Female, ID #21451, b. 19 May 1922, d. 24 October 1996
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCatherine Joyce Lewis was born on 19 May 1922. She married Alfred Terry Heath Glanville M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., son of Albert Edward Glanville M.C. and Mabel Alfreda Terry Heath, circa February 1947 at Sunderland registered, DUR, ENG. Catherine Joyce Lewis died on 24 October 1996 at Exeter registered, DEV, ENG, at age 74. Her estate was probated on 1 May 1997 indexed:
GLANVILL, CATHERINE JOYCE : 01 May 1997 : 9780607256 : 24 October 1996 : Grant and will : Bristol.
|Alfred Terry Heath Glanville M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. b. 15 Mar 1921, d. 10 Sep 1996|
Michael Edward Glanvill M.R.C.S.
Male, ID #21457, b. 15 March 1923, d. 18 March 2007
|Father||Albert Edward Glanville M.C. b. 20 Jan 1896, d. 25 Sep 1964|
|Mother||Mabel Alfreda Terry Heath b. 14 Sep 1896, d. 22 Jun 1988|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationMichael Edward Glanvill M.R.C.S. was born on 15 March 1923 at Stratford upon Avon registered, WAR, ENG; registered q2 1923. He married Mary Johnstone Smith circa August 1949 at Westmorland South, WES, ENG. Michael Edward Glanvill M.R.C.S. died on 18 March 2007 at Taunton registered, SOM, ENG, at age 84; with obituary:
Born in Warwickshire, Michael Glanvill moved to Chard with his parents in the early 1930s, when his father bought a practice there. After national service in the Royal Air Force he joined his father in practice in 1949 and practised there until his retirement in 1982. He was an innovator, being a founder member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and was one of the first general practitioners to employ a practice nurse. In fact he and his wife, the said nurse, were involved in a celebrated legal battle with the Department of Health and Social Security over the issue of employment of related ancillary staff. Michael had a long standing involvement with first aid and was a divisional surgeon for the St John Ambulance brigade for many years, eventually becoming a serving brother. He developed a considerable interest in forensic medicine and contributed papers and articles to magazines . . . His estate was probated on 8 November 2007 indexed:
GLANVILL, MICHAEL EDWARD : 08 November 2007 : 2603317 : 18 March 2007 : Grant and will : Bristol.
Other informationAs of 29 September 1939, Michael Edward Glanvill M.R.C.S. lived at All Hallows School, Axminster R.D., DEV, ENG. Supplement to The London Gazette listed
Promotion. Flying Officer to Flight Lieutenant 7th Oct 1949
M.E. GLANVILLE, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (500341) on 22 November 1949.
As of 1999, Michael Edward Glanvill M.R.C.S. and Mary Johnstone Smith lived at Jocelyn Mews, High Street, Chard, SOM, ENG.
|Mary Johnstone Smith b. 26 Apr 1925, d. 2 Nov 2006|
Male, ID #21458, b. before 1800
Birth, Marriage and Death informationRichard Glanville was born before 1800.
Other informationThe London Gazette listed, under Insolvent Debtors Court Office, At Jewell's Hotel, Bodmin, in the County of Cornwall, on the 20th day of July 1821, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon.
Richard Glanville, late of Egloshayle, in the County of Cornwall, Blacksmith on 26 June 1821.
Marjorie Elizabeth Parkes
Female, ID #21459, b. 21 March 1917, d. 3 May 2019
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationMarjorie Elizabeth Parkes was born on 21 March 1917. She married Arthur Russell Glanville, son of Thomas Edward Glanville and Charlotte Elizabeth Ragsdale, circa May 1944 at Southwell registered, NTT, ENG. Marjorie Elizabeth Parkes died on 3 May 2019 at Newark, NTT, ENG, at age 102.
Other informationAs of 29 September 1939, Marjorie Elizabeth Parkes lived at 38 Castle Gate, Newark, NTT, ENG, in the household of Francis Swann a temperance hotel proprietor. As of 1999, Marjorie Elizabeth Parkes and Arthur Russell Glanville lived at 12 Gainsborough Drive, Newark, NTT, ENG. As of 2015, Marjorie Elizabeth Parkes lived at Newark, NTT, ENG.
|Arthur Russell Glanville b. 6 Oct 1912, d. Dec 1998|
Male, ID #21464, b. before 1865
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohnson Glanville was born before 1865.
Other informationThe London Gazette reported dividend payment of 2s 5d in the pound as First and Final payment Oct 16, 1888 in matter 39 of 1887 at Official Receiver's Office Boscawen Street, Truro relating to Johnson Glanville, The Commercial Hotel, Green Market, Penzance, Innkeeper on 5 October 1888.
Female, ID #21465, b. before 1747
Birth, Marriage and Death informationMary Glanville was born before 1747. She married John Lines on 20 December 1767 at St John the Evangelist, Eton, BKM, ENG.
|John Lines b. b 1747|
William Henry Rapson
Male, ID #21466, b. between 1826 and 1827
Birth, Marriage and Death informationWilliam Henry Rapson was born between 1826 and 1827 at Liskeard, CON, ENG. He married Elizabeth Ann Glanville circa November 1856 at Liskeard registered, CON, ENG.
|Elizabeth Ann Glanville b. bt 1822 - 1823|
Male, ID #21467, b. before 1835
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn Glanville was born before 1835.
Other informationThe London Gazette reported those killed in the Royal Naval Brigade on the 9th April 1855. Included were John Glanville, Sailmaker on the vessel Wasp on 24 April 1855.
Male, ID #21468, b. before 1835, d. 9 April 1855
Birth, Marriage and Death informationGeorge Glanville was born before 1835. He died on 9 April 1855 at Geelong, AUS. His estate was probated on 17 April 1855 at Melbourne, VIC, AUS, committed to the Registrar, Supreme Court.
Other informationThe London Gazette reported George Glanville of Geelong died intestate. Payment was made of 11s 6d in an order dated 17 Apr 1855. He was a watchmaker on 24 June 1856.
Frederick Henry Glanville
Male, ID #21469, b. before 1877
Birth, Marriage and Death informationFrederick Henry Glanville was born before 1877.
Other informationThe London Gazette listed Adjudications including Frederick Henry Glanville, Greengrocer and Fruiterer, Lately residing at 5 Church Street, Barton Hill and carrying on business at 6 Victoria Place, Barton Hill but now of 102 Lawrence Hill, all in the city and county of Bristol. Order dated 7 Sept 1897, matter 50 of 1897 at Bristol Court, with date of petition 6 Sep 1897 on 10 September 1897.
Thomas Robert Glanville
Male, ID #21470, b. before 1835
Birth, Marriage and Death informationThomas Robert Glanville was born before 1835.
Other informationThe London Gazette listed War Department appointments. Royal Regiment of Artillery: Second Captain Thomas Robert Glanville to be Captain, vice Thomas. Dated 23rd Feb 1856 on 29 February 1856.
Male, ID #21471, b. before 1835
Birth, Marriage and Death informationRobert Glanville was born before 1835.
Other informationThe London Gazette listed:
List of Casualties in the party from Her Majesty's ship Niger, at the attack and capture of the Maori Pah, on the 28th March, 1860.
Robert Glanville, captain foretop, severely wounded in the leg.
(Signed) W. PATRICK, Surgeon, H.M.S. Niger.
(Signed) P. CRACROFT, Captain and Senior Officer, New Zealand.
No. 11. Her Majesty's ship, Niger, Saranaki, New Zealand, March 31, 1860.
WITH reference to paragraph No. 4 of my letter No. 10, 1860, I beg leave most respectfully to lay before you a statement of the conspicuous gallantry of William Odgers, leading seaman, upon the occasion of the capture of the Pah, in having been the first to enter it, in the face of the heavy fire opened upon us.
He also assisted in hauling down the enemy's colours, in which act of daring, which was performed under my own eye, three other men equally participated, viz : Robert Glanville, captain foretop, William Older, A.B., and William Clarke, supernumerary marine, belonging to the Iris carrying your broad pendant.
And I should wish to submit for your consideration, whether all these men are entitled equally with William Odgers to the decoration of the Victoria Cross, and if not, then I should beg leave to recommend William Odgers for it, as being the most deserving, for the reason first mentioned.
It would be proper to add that Robert Glanville and William Clarke were both severely wounded in the Pah.
I have, &c.,
(Signed) P. CRACBOFT, Captain and Senior Officer in New Zealand.
Commodore Wm. Loring, C.B., Senior Officer. on 3 August 1860.
W. H. Glanville
Male, ID #21472, b. before 1846
Birth, Marriage and Death informationW. H. Glanville was born before 1846.
Other informationThe Supplement to The London Gazette listed W H Glanville at 2 Granite Place, Dublin, occupation Storekeeper on 28 February 1866.
Male, ID #21473, b. before 1835
Birth, Marriage and Death informationStephen Glanville was born before 1835.
Other informationThe London Gazette listed casualties in the Royal Naval Brigade, before Sevastopol, on the 18th June, 1855: Stephen Glanville, A.B., Rodney, slightly on 2 July 1855.
Elizabeth Adela Black
Female, ID #21474, b. circa 1874
Alternate NamesElizabeth Adela Black was also known as Elizabeth Adela as registered at both marriages. Her married name was Glanville. Elizabeth Adela Black was also known as Elizabeth Ada.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationElizabeth Adela Black was born circa 1874 at Oldcastle, MEA, IRL; Donegal recorded in 1901 census. She married George Joseph Glanville, son of Thomas Glanville and Anne Lee, circa November 1890 at Athlone registered, WEM, IRL. Elizabeth Adela Black married an unknown person circa May 1901 at Athlone registered, WEM, IRL; possibly to Robert Henry Moore.
Other informationElizabeth Adela Black was married 2 times.
The London Gazette listed Elizabeth Adela Glanville to be Postmistress at Moate. Moate is in County Westmeath, Ireland on 2 November 1900.
Male, ID #21475, b. between 1798 and 1799
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn Manuell was born between 1798 and 1799 at St Clements, CON, ENG. He married Elizabeth (Surname Unknown) circa May 1856 at Truro registered, CON, ENG; Elizabeth marrying in surname Glanville.
|Elizabeth (Surname Unknown) b. bt 1780 - 1785|
William Arthur Ivor Glanville
Male, ID #21479, b. circa August 1921, d. 26 February 1942
|Father||Arthur Frank Glanville b. 26 Mar 1897, d. c Feb 1973|
|Mother||Emma Salter b. b 1896|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationWilliam Arthur Ivor Glanville was born circa August 1921 at Williton registered, SOM, ENG. He died on 26 February 1942; commemorated:
Name: GLANVILLE, WILLIAM ARTHUR IVOR
Nationality: United Kingdom
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Unit Text: 10 Sqdn.
Date of Death: 26/02/1942
Service No: 916282
Additional information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frank Glanville, of Porlock, Somerset.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 84.
Memorial: RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL.
Female, ID #21480, b. 4 April 1906
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationMay Hadland was born on 4 April 1906. She married Wilfred John Welfare Glanville, son of George William Glanville and Maggie Harriet Jessie Welfare, on 7 September 1935 at St Mary the Virgin, Leyton, ESS, ENG; registered West Ham.
Other informationAs of 29 September 1939, May Hadland lived at 35 Claude Road, Leyton, ESS, ENG, married, husband not present, living with her mother-in-law Maggie Glanville.
|Wilfred John Welfare Glanville b. 17 Oct 1908, d. Feb 1989|