William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards

Male, #3001, born 18 February 1856, died before 1939
FatherWilliam Glanville-Richards born 4 Jun 1830, died 6 Apr 1867
MotherAdolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson born c 1835, died a 1882

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was born on 18 February 1856 at 41 Great Camden Street, Camden Town, London St Pancras, MDX, ENG; Tavistock recorded in 1881 census, London recorded in 1891 census. Registered St Pancras. He was the son of William Glanville-Richards and Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards married Edith Bennett on 30 March 1885 at The Register Office, Portsea Island, HAM, ENG; by licence. Registered Portsea. His age recorded 29, hers 22. Both father's occupations recorded as Gentleman, his father recorded Deceased. Witnesses W Knott and W Kirkpartrick. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards died before 1939.

Other information

     William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was also known as Wm U S G Richards recorded in 1881 census. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was also known as William Richards recorded in 1891 census. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was also known as William Urmston Searle Richards registered at birth. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was also known as William Urmston Searle Glanville Richards. William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards was also known as William U S G Richards recorded in the 1861 census. As of 30 March 1885, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at 25 Hampshire Terrace, Southsea, HAM, ENG. He and Edith Bennett had 4 children by the 1911 census, all still living at that date.
As of 10 April 1888, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at 7 Eccleston Road, Ealing, DEV, ENG; at birth registration of daughter Isabel. As of 5 November 1889, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at Sherwell Villa, laira, Egg Buckland, DEV, ENG; at birth registration of son Reginald. The Times p13 reported he was charged on remand at Bow Street - his address given as Sherwell Cottage, Old Lairn Road, Plymouth. At this time he was committed for trial.
He was charged with damaging manuscripts in the British Museum by altering pedigrees, adding the name Leete to the family of Avenel and was paid between £20 and £30 for research by Joseph Leete. He was found guilty and sentenced to Two months without hard labour on 16 February 1891.
The proceedings of the Old Bailey recorded:
WILLIAM URMSTONE SEARLE GLANVILLE RICHARDS (35) , Unlawfully damaging certain manuscripts of and belonging to the British Museum.

MESSRS. FORREST FULTON and HORACE AVORY Prosecuted.

JOSEPH LEETE . I am a merchant, and live at South Norwood Park—in 1883 I came across a book written by the defendant, a history of the family of Glanville from the Norman Conquest—I had in 1881 published a book called "A Record of the Leete Family"—I was brought into contact with the defendant through my being a co-trustee for a member of his family—on 3rd May, 1883, I received this letter from him, in which he gave an extract from some work referring to the Leete family—on 13th May, 1883, I received this other letter from him, and another on 28th May. (These letters had reference to certain manuscripts in the British Museum, showing a connection of the Leete family with that of Avenel, and expressing a readiness to make research on the subject, adding that he was working hard for his ordination, and that his means were of a limited character)—that letter, I believe, enclosed a scrap of information upon the subject. (Several other letters were put in and read, all bearing on the same matter)—I sent him £5 and other sums on account of current researches—the letter of 16th August, 1883, enclosed what purported to be a copy of part of a manuscript from one of the Harleian Collection, 6164, showing a connection between the Avenel family and the family of Leete—the letter also enclosed a reading-room ticket, it has his writing on it—that letter contained the first and only information from the manuscripts—I cannot remember whether I acknowledged the receipt of that letter; I may have seen him afterwards—I think I was absent from London at the time—I think after that there was very little correspondence—possibly I sent him in all three sums, amounting to £20 or £30, in the course of six months—some time that year his researches on my behalf entirely ceased—the documents were sent to me from time to time while he was making his researches; I put them away—his last letter, of 27th September, suggested that I should recast my book altogether and publish it afresh—some time in the spring of 1890 I handed over all the notes and documents to Mr. Corbet Anderson, and he reported to me the result of his investigation.

Cross-examined by the Prisoner. I was acquainted with your stepfather;

I was a mutual friend of the family—I have nothing to say against you.

EDWARD JOHN LONG SCOTT . I am the Keeper of the Manuscripts and Egerton Librarian at the British Museum—the whole of the MSS. there are under my charge, I am responsible for them; I am intimately acquainted with the Harleian MSS.—I have before me No. 6,148—turning to folio 108 I find that certain parts have been interpolated; in the right-hand lower corner there are a number of entries in modern ink of the present century of an entirely different colour to the original—the object of that interpolation is to connect the family of Avenel with the family of Leete; that would be the effect of it—it is my duty to have an intimate knowledge of handwriting—I have had placed before me a number of letters purporting to be in the handwriting of the prisoner; I have compared them with the interpolations here, and I say the writing is identically the same, there is not the slightest attempt at disguise—turning to 6,164, folio 64, I find that five generations have been interpolated in modern handwriting and modern ink, and did not form part of the original MS.—they are entirely spurious, the handwriting is the same, but slightly disguised, with a few flourishes and alterations to make it look more ancient and more like the genuine entries on the same page—I find running through the undoubted handwriting of the prisoner that he always makes his capital L like a small h; that is most remarkable; it occurs not in every case, he gradually drifts into it on many occasions, but keeps out of it on some occasions—in the additional MS. 5,937, folios 43 and 44, a whole leaf has been interpolated, two pages; that is absolutely spurious; it is fitted in with tracing paper; if it becomes necessary to insert a page we do not do so, we guard it with a small piece of paper on the left-hand side of the page; this is numbered 44a, we should put 43 and a star—the whole of this is spurious—the effect of the interpolation is to give the family of Avenel an entirely different character—it appears to be slurred and blotted over to give it the appearance of age; it is headed "Avenel and Leete"—these MSS. are useful for the purposes of art and literature, and are of priceless value and curiosity—they are carefully examined by me to detect forgeries—attempts are made to palm off spurious MSS.—I am responsible for their genuineness before they are purchased—the MSS. are allowed as evidence in the Courts of Law—in pedigree cases, the Heralds' Visitations are taken as evidence—the Visitations commenced in the reign of Richard III., and terminated with Charles II; they were generally made in the reign of Elizabeth, as late as 1634—readers in the Museum have to obtain a certificate of good character—anybody whose name is in the Post Office Directory can give a reference—readers can get out what books they require—in 1883 the MSS. were examined in the. large room, the same room the readers used; since that they are only used in a small room—a reader requiring a MS. had to get a green ticket, which contained the place named, the number of the seat, the date, and the volume required—the ticket was deposited in a basket and was collected by the attendant; when the volume is returned the ticket is given back to him, and then his responsibility ends—when the MSS. are returned to the attendant they are brought down to the examination department and examined by two assistants the next morning; they are not examined carefully, for this reason, that they only have between ten minutes past five and ten next morning, and in those fifty minutes they have over two hundred to examine; they turn them over hastily just to see if any damage has been done, which would catch the eye; such alterations as these might very well escape observation unless their attention is particularly drawn to them—seat L 9, which was occupied by the defendant in August, 1883, was as near the door as could be—it is perfectly possible that these interpolations could be made in a short time at the Museum; the double page could not be done there, that must have been' done at home, and afterwards brought to the Museum; it bears traces of haste, the tracing paper is torn.

Cross-examined. Additions have been made to the Harleian MSS., not many, but of this class, more or less, some are invaluable—it would be malicious to add or correct notes—no reader is allowed to make any mark on any MS. or book—I do not say it was gross carelessness on the part of the officials not to have discovered these additions at once; they have so many to look through and so short a time in which to do it—all these MSS. were entered and indexed before they came into the Museum—these insertions are not indexed, showing that they were made subsequently to their coming into the Museum—the MSS. are not all of equal value—the giving up the ticket would not release the reader from all liability—in the winter months the seats are fully occupied; in the summer months the seats are half empty—I have nothing to prove whether these notes are right or wrong—I have merely to say they are additions to the MSS.—we did not purchase these MSS; they were given to us by the nation—the Government bought them in 1879 as genuine.

By the COURT. These alterations and interpolations are of the very substance of the pedigree; they absolutely destroy its veracity.

Re-examined. No reader has authority to make any addition or alteration.

JOHN CORBET ANDERSON . I have been a student at the Museum upwards of forty-five years—I have given a good deal of time to antique researches, and have written works on the subject—in the course of 1890 Mr. Leete handed to me letters, documents, and notes relative to the pedigree of the Leete family—Mr. Leete's book had been printed two years before—the documents were handed to me for the purpose of going through them, throwing out what was of no interest, and preserving what Mr. Leete thought of interest—I took them to the Museum and examined the records referred to in the letters—I inspected the Harleian MS. 6,164 and 6,148—I immediately detected that alterations had been made in the MSS.—I called the attention of the authorities of the Museum to them—I have studied both ancient and modern handwriting—I have compared the handwriting of the defendant's letters with that in these MSS., and I say they are identical; without a doubt the handwriting is the same.

Cross-examined. There is general similarity throughout, but particularly in the capital L, which is like a small h—I carefully compared the writing before I gave information to the authorities of my suspicions.

WILLIAM ESSINGTON HUGHES . I am a member of the publishing firm of Mitchell and Hughes, of 140, Wardour Street; in 1883 we published a work for the defendant on the genealogy of the family of Glanville—I am well acquainted with his handwriting—I have seen the letters of 16th

August and other letters to Mr. Leete; they are in the prisoner's handwriting; I have sixty of them at the office now—I was in constant communication with him by letter—turning to the Harleian MS. 6,1481 see writing of the prisoner on the right-hand side; there is no disguise about it—one piece is a little more obscure, as to the major portion I entertain no doubt—on folio 64 of 6,164 there are five generations, beginning with John Avenel and connecting it with William Lewitt—I should say that is in the same handwriting as the prisoner's.

Cross-examined. I do not observe any peculiarities in the handwriting; the affinity of the two handwritings makes me say it is yours.

FRANCIS BRIDGES BICKLEY . I am an assistant in charge of the MS. department at the British Museum, in the students' room—on 19th May last year Mr. Anderson called my attention to what he alleged to be alterations in the two Harley MS. 6,128 and 6,124—I examined them carefully, and came to the conclusion that they are spurious additions to the original MS.—Mr. Anderson also submitted to me the pedigree copied from the MS., and various papers—I came to the conclusion that the entries in the MS. were all in the same handwriting as that on the papers he submitted to me.

Cross-examined. The capital L resembles a small h; that is a very apparent peculiarity, also the way in which you make the J, leaving out the loop, both in the papers and in the MS., and at the end of the letter C there is a curious curve, both in your letters and in the MS.—seat L 9 is marked on the ticket; that seat would be near the door.

RICHARD ROBINSON . I am an attendant at the British Museum—in 1883 it was my duty to collect the tickets of the readers in a basket, and obtain for them the MS. they required—a book is kept, known as the issue and return MS. book, in which is entered the particular MS. given out to the reader, the name of the reader, with the initials of the giver out—when the reader has finished with the MS. another attendant puts his initials, for the purpose of showing he has received it—turning to that book, I find that on the 25th of May, 1883, Glanville Richards was handed by another attendant the Harleian MS. 6,148—on the 28th May he had the same MS. out again, and on the same day he had 6,164; on 30th May he again had 6,164; on 18th June he had 6,164 and 5,937; on 12th July he had 6,148, 6,164 and 5,937; on 18th June he had 6,148, and on 15th August he had all three.

ISAAC HERBERT JEYES . I am an assistant in the MS. department at the British Museum—on 16th August, 1883, it was my duty, in connection with Mr. Jeffery, to examine the MSS. Nos. 6,148, 6,164, and 5,967 of the Harleian collection—we had to examine all the MSS. given out the day before—I did not discover at that time any of these alterations that had been made in them; from the character of the examination I should hardly be likely to do so.

Cross-examined. Two examiners are appointed—we are scarcely expected to go through them carefully; we have to see that the binding is not broken, or any tears made,

JAMES AUGUSTUS BURT . I live at 16, Charles Street, Clarendon Square—I am an expert in handwriting—I have nothing to do with the Museum—I have had twenty-five years' experience inspecting MSS. at the Museum—I have seen the letters purporting to be signed by the defendant and the extracts from the MS.—the additions to the MS, 6,148 are in the

same handwriting as the letters, undisguised—in 6,164 there is a very slight attempt at disguise; in the spurious pages there is also a slight attempt at disguise, but in my opinion they are all in the same handwriting.

Cross-examined. I spent some hours over it—there is a peculiarity in the capital L, it is like an h; also in the figure nine, and in the junction of the v and e in Avenel, and there are many others—I have, of course, seen similarities in handwriting, but not such as to mistake one for another; on close examination you see the difference.

JOHN TUNBRIDGE (Police Inspector). At five o'clock, on 6th February, I attended at the Plymouth Police-station, where I found the prisoner detained; I held a warrant which I read to him; it charged him with having committed damage at the British Museum in 1883—he made no reply to the charge; I brought him to London; he was taken before the Magistrate, and has been in custody ever since.

MR. SCOTT (Re-called). I have caused an examination to be made for the purpose of seeing how many times these MSS. have been had out since 1883; they are very numerous, I cannot say for what purpose.

The prisoner in his defence stated that he made his investigations purely out of friendship to Mr. Leete, and not for the sake of gain; he denied that he vet in needy circumstances, that he was studying for the church, that the money he received he considered was merely for his expenses, and he denied that in what he did he was influenced by any malicious intention.

GUILTY .— Two Months, Without Hard Labour
on 9 March 1891.
As of 4 March 1892, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at 5 Webley Terrace, Pennycross, DEV, ENG; at birth registration of daughter Winifred. On 2 June 1894 at St Matthias Parish Church, Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG, he was a witness to the marriage of Josiah William Parker (56 widower, wine merchant, residence Liskeard) to Mary Ann Bennett (57, widow, residence 4 Evelyn Place, Plymouth). The father's of the bride and groom were both deceased, named Josiah Parker and Robert Lindley.
As of circa 1900, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at 5 Wesley Terrace, Hyde Park Road, Plymouth, DEV, ENG. As of 28 March 1913, William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards lived at 250 Albion Road, Stoke Newington, London, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, 7 Hareswood Street, London St Marylebone, MDX, ENG, recorded age 4, living with his parents
  • 3 April 1881, a student in theology
  • 3 April 1881, Leo Lane Farm, Windlesham, SRY, ENG, recorded age 25, living as son but the household only comprised him and 57yr old Caroline Laig his servant housekeeper
  • 30 March 1885, a Gentleman
  • 10 April 1888, a Gentleman, at birth registration of daughter Isabel
  • 5 November 1889, of Independent Means, at birth registration of son Reginald
  • 5 April 1891, HM Convict Prison, Gillingham, KEN, ENG, recorded age 37, recorded Single. A Convict
  • 4 March 1892, of Independent Means, at birth registration of daughter Winifred
  • circa 1900, a clerk
  • 2 April 1911, 250 Albion Road, Stoke Newington, MDX, ENG, his age recorded 55, married but wife not present
  • 2 April 1911, living on private means

Family

Edith Bennett born 28 Feb 1862, died c Feb 1946
Children

William Glanville-Richards

Male, #3002, born 4 June 1830, died 6 April 1867
FatherRev William Richards M.A. born 1804, died 5 Apr 1868
MotherSusanna Taylor born bt 1804 - 1805

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville-Richards was born on 4 June 1830 at Reading, BRK, ENG. He was the son of Rev William Richards M.A. and Susanna Taylor. William Glanville-Richards married Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson, daughter of Richard Dickinson and Jane Splatt Searle, circa November 1854 at Camberwell registered, SRY, ENG. William Glanville-Richards died on 6 April 1867 at Kensington registered, MDX, ENG, at age 36; recorded age 36. His estate was probated on 22 March 1871 indexed as:
Richards William Glanville
Administration of the effects of William Glanville Richards late of 12 Colville-terrace Bayswater in the County of Middlesex Gentleman who died 6 April 1867 at 12 Colville-terrace was granted at the Principal Registry to Adolphina Fredericka Anne Sach (Wife of Henry Sach) (formerly Richards, Widow) of 81 Lancaster-road Notting Hill in the said County the Relict.
Effects under £100.

Other information

     William Glanville-Richards was also known as William Richards recorded in 1861 census. William Glanville-Richards was also known as William Glanville Richards. As of 18 February 1856, William Glanville-Richards lived at 41 Great Camden Street, Camden Town, London St Pancras, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 18 February 1856, clerk in the bank, at birth registration of son William
  • 7 April 1861, clerk in the Bank England
  • 7 April 1861, 7 Hareswood Street, London St Marylebone, MDX, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 26. Children with them were William 4yr, Henry A H 3yr both born St Pancras, and Frederica 1mth b Marylebone. Mother in Law widowed 48yr old Jane Dickenson with them, born Kingston nr Portsmouth

Family

Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson born c 1835, died a 1882
Child

Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson

Female, #3003, born circa 1835, died after 1882
FatherRichard Dickinson born b 1808, died 1 Jan 1840
MotherJane Splatt Searle born 13 Oct 1803, died a 1861

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson was born circa 1835 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG. She was the daughter of Richard Dickinson and Jane Splatt Searle. Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson married William Glanville-Richards, son of Rev William Richards M.A. and Susanna Taylor, circa November 1854 at Camberwell registered, SRY, ENG. Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson married Henry Sach circa August 1868 at Kensington registered, MDX, ENG. Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson died after 1882.

Other information

     Adolphina Frederica Anne Dickinson was also known as Frederica recorded in 1861 census. Her married name was Sach. Her married name was Richards. Her married name was Glanville-Richards. She was married 2 times.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, 7 Hareswood Street, London St Marylebone, MDX, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 26. Children with them were William 4yr, Henry A H 3yr both born St Pancras, and Frederica 1mth b Marylebone. Mother in Law widowed 48yr old Jane Dickenson with them, born Kingston nr Portsmouth

Family 1

William Glanville-Richards born 4 Jun 1830, died 6 Apr 1867
Child

Family 2

Henry Sach born bt 1828 - 1829, died c Feb 1880

Jane Splatt Searle

Female, #3005, born 13 October 1803, died after 1861
FatherThomas Searle born b 1776
MotherAnne Maddock born b 1780

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Splatt Searle was born on 13 October 1803 at Kingston nr Portsmouth, HAM, ENG. She was the daughter of Thomas Searle and Anne Maddock. Jane Splatt Searle married Richard Dickinson on 28 February 1828. Jane Splatt Searle died after 1861.

Other information

     Her married name was Dickinson.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, 7 Hareswood Street, London St Marylebone, MDX, ENG, living as widowed 48yr old mother in law to William and Frederica Richards

Family

Richard Dickinson born b 1808, died 1 Jan 1840
Child

Richard Dickinson

Male, #3006, born before 1808, died 1 January 1840

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Richard Dickinson was born before 1808. He married Jane Splatt Searle, daughter of Thomas Searle and Anne Maddock, on 28 February 1828. Richard Dickinson died on 1 January 1840.

Family

Jane Splatt Searle born 13 Oct 1803, died a 1861
Child

Thomas Searle

Male, #3007, born before 1776
FatherJames Searle born b 1756

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Searle was born before 1776. He was the son of James Searle. Thomas Searle married Anne Maddock, daughter of Joseph Maddock and Elizabeth Sullivan, on 17 November 1796 at Kingston, Portsmouth, HAM, ENG.

Family

Anne Maddock born b 1780
Child

Anne Maddock

Female, #3008, born before 1780
FatherJoseph Maddock born b 1760, died 1836
MotherElizabeth Sullivan born b 1765, died 1837

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Anne Maddock was born before 1780. She was the daughter of Joseph Maddock and Elizabeth Sullivan. Anne Maddock married Thomas Searle, son of James Searle, on 17 November 1796 at Kingston, Portsmouth, HAM, ENG.

Other information

     As of 17 November 1796,her married name was Searle.

Family

Thomas Searle born b 1776
Child

James Searle

Male, #3009, born before 1756

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Searle was born before 1756; James being related to the Glanville's of Holwell, and was of Stradlescombe in Devon.

Family

Child

James Michael Glanville

Male, #3010, born 30 April 1950, died 19 December 1988
MotherBetty Frances Vining born 15 Mar 1926, died 9 May 2007

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Michael Glanville was born on 30 April 1950 at USA. He was the son of Betty Frances Vining. James Michael Glanville died on 19 December 1988 at age 38. He was buried in 1988 at Grove Hill Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas Co., TX, USA.

Martha Upton

Female, #3011, born circa August 1842, died circa August 1865

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Martha Upton was born circa August 1842 at Birmingham registered, WAR, ENG. She married Albert Glanville, son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Wright, on 29 June 1863 at St Thomas parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. Fathers named John Glanville carpenter and John Upton tailor. Martha Upton died circa August 1865 at Kings Norton registered, WOR, ENG; recorded age 23.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Albert Glanville born c Feb 1840, died c Nov 1909
Child

Catherine Matilda Glanville

Female, #3012, born 24 April 1834
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1804 - 1805, died Aug 1855
MotherElizabeth Wright born bt 1805 - 1806, died c Feb 1868

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Catherine Matilda Glanville was born on 24 April 1834 at London Westminster, MDX, ENG. She was the daughter of John Glanville and Elizabeth Wright. Catherine Matilda Glanville was baptized on 1 June 1834 at St Margaret's parish church, St Margaret Street, London Westminster, MDX, ENG; Catherine Matilda of John and Elizabeth Glanvill, abode Artillery Row, born 24 April. She married Henry Mark Prangnell on 11 August 1862 at St Phillips parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. Fathers named Henry Prangnell tin plate worker and John Glanville carpenter.

Other information

     Her married name was Prangnell.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Regent Street, London St John the Evangelist, MDX, ENG, recorded age 7 living with her parents
  • 30 March 1851, Benacre St 4 Ratheram Builds, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, recorded age 15, living with her parents
  • 7 April 1861, Newsagents Shop, 82, Alcester Street, Aston, WAR, ENG, recorded age 25, living with her widowed mother
  • 2 April 1871, 9 Delhi Terrace, Emily Street, Aston, WAR, ENG, his age recorded 33, hers 35

Family

Henry Mark Prangnell born bt 1838 - 1839

Henry Mark Prangnell

Male, #3013, born between 1838 and 1839

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Henry Mark Prangnell was born between 1838 and 1839 at Whampton, STS, ENG. He married Catherine Matilda Glanville, daughter of John Glanville and Elizabeth Wright, on 11 August 1862 at St Phillips parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. Fathers named Henry Prangnell tin plate worker and John Glanville carpenter.

Other information

     Henry Mark Prangnell was also known as Prangnal as recorded in 1871 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a tin plate worker
  • 2 April 1871, 9 Delhi Terrace, Emily Street, Aston, WAR, ENG, his age recorded 33, hers 35

Family

Catherine Matilda Glanville born 24 Apr 1834

Bonita Faye Frost

Female, #3014, born 26 May 1926, died 7 June 2018

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bonita Faye Frost was born on 26 May 1926. She married Claude Glanville, son of Blaine Charles Glanville and Jessie Marshall, on 25 February 1951 at UT, USA. Bonita Faye Frost died on 7 June 2018 at UT, USA, at age 92; with obituary:
Our loving mother, Bonita Faye Glanville, 92, passed away on June 7, 2018. She was born on May 26, 1926, to Gilbert and Ada Evans Frost in Ogden, Utah.
Bonita was married to William Clark and divorced. She married Claude Glanville on February 25, 1951, he passed away in 1995. She held many positions in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She retired from J.C.Penney.
Bonita is survived by her son, William Kent Glanville and daughter-in-law, Elayne Glanville; three daughters, Cheryl (Dave) Miller, Debbie (Lynn) Martineau, and Tina (Ed) Smith. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Bonita was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Claude; sister, Jean Brubaker; and brother, Dale Frost.
Graveside services will be held on Monday, June 11, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Ogden City Cemetery. Friends may visit with family on Sunday from 6 to 8p.m. and Monday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.
The family would like to thank the staff at Lomond Peak Nursing and Rehab and Envision Hospice for the care they provided for Bonita.

Other information

     Her married name was Clark. Her married name was Glanville. Bonita Faye Frost was married 2 times.

Family

Claude Glanville born 11 Mar 1917, died 29 Jul 1995

Annie Syers

Female, #3015, born before 1849

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Annie Syers was born before 1849. She married Frederick Glanville, son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Wright, circa February 1869 at Birmingham registered, WAR, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Frederick Glanville born 31 Aug 1842
Children

Frederick Glanville

Male, #3016, born 31 August 1842
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1804 - 1805, died Aug 1855
MotherElizabeth Wright born bt 1805 - 1806, died c Feb 1868

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frederick Glanville was born on 31 August 1842 at London Westminster, MDX, ENG; registered Westminster. He was the son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Wright. Frederick Glanville was baptized on 25 September 1842 at St John the Evangelist parish church, Smith Square, London Westminster, MDX, ENG; Frederick son of John and Elizabeth Glanville, above 44 New Peter Street, born 31 Aug. He married Annie Syers circa February 1869 at Birmingham registered, WAR, ENG.

Other information

     As of 18 October 1871, Frederick Glanville lived at Moseley, WAR, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 30 March 1851, Benacre St 4 Ratheram Builds, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, recorded age 8, living with his parents
  • 7 April 1861, Newsagents Shop, 82, Alcester Street, Aston, WAR, ENG, recorded age 18, living with his widowed mother
  • 7 April 1861, a bell hangar
  • 18 October 1871, a bell hangar

Family

Annie Syers born b 1849
Children

Annie Elizabeth Glanville

Female, #3017, born 1 May 1871, died 29 August 1952
FatherFrederick Glanville born 31 Aug 1842
MotherAnnie Syers born b 1849

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Annie Elizabeth Glanville was born on 1 May 1871 at Yardley Parish, WAR, ENG; registered Solihull. She was the daughter of Frederick Glanville and Annie Syers. Annie Elizabeth Glanville was baptized on 18 October 1871 at Christ Church parish church, Sparkbrook, WAR, ENG. She died on 29 August 1952 at Birmingham registered, WAR, ENG, at age 81; recorded age 84. Her estate was probated on 31 October 1952 indexed:
1952 GLANVILL Annie Elizabeth of 178 Reddings-lane Hall Green Birmingharn 11 spinster died 29 August 1952 Probate Birmingham 31 October to Victor Sydney Webb railway chief clerk. Effects £3901 18s 5d.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Annie Elizabeth Glanville lived at 178 Reddings Lane, Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, 101 Showell Green Lane, Sparkhill, WAR, ENG, recorded age 29, living as granddaughter to 77yr old widowed Hannah Morris
  • 31 March 1901, a certificated assistant teacher
  • 2 April 1911, an elementary school teacher, for the urban district council
  • 2 April 1911, Yew Tree Cottage, Showell Green Lane, Birmingham Sparkhill, WAR, ENG, recorded age 39
  • 29 September 1939, living on private means

Mary Ann Anstey

Female, #3018, born between 1815 and 1819, died circa August 1867

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Ann Anstey was born between 1815 and 1819 at Birmingham, WAR, ENG. She married Charles Glanville, son of Samuel Glanville and Hannah Churley, on 3 December 1839 at All Saints parish church, Hockley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. Fathers named Samuel Glanvill sadler and John Anstey chaser.
Reported in Birmingham Journal 7 Dec 1839:
on the 3rd inst., at All Saints', by the Rev. Mr. Morgan, Charles Glanvill, son of Samuel Glanvill, of Honiton, Devonshire, to Mary Ann Anstey, daughter of John Anstey, of Lionel Street, Birmingham. Mary Ann Anstey died circa August 1867 at Derby registered, DBY, ENG; recorded age 49.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Upper Tower Street, Birmingham St George, WAR, ENG, his age recorded 25, hers 20
  • 30 March 1851, 2 Smiths Row Edward Street, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, ENG, recorded age 30, married but husband not present
  • 30 March 1851, housework
  • 7 April 1861, 51 Carrington Street, St Peter, Derby, DBY, ENG, his aged recorded 46, her 42

Family

Charles Glanville born bt 1814 - 1815, died c Nov 1884
Children

Blaine Lavell Glanville

Male, #3019, born 27 March 1915, died 30 December 1990
FatherBlaine Charles Glanville born 19 Jul 1892, died 30 Jan 1967
MotherJessie Marshall born 1 Jun 1894, died 17 Apr 1963

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Blaine Lavell Glanville was born on 27 March 1915 at UT, USA. He was the son of Blaine Charles Glanville and Jessie Marshall. Blaine Lavell Glanville married Virginia Hilda Peterson on 10 December 1940 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT, USA. Blaine Lavell Glanville died on 30 December 1990 at St Benedict's Hospital, Ogden, Weber Co., UT, USA, at age 75; with obituary in Desert News:
Blaine LaVell Glanville, 75, died Sunday, December 30, 1990 at St. Benedict's Hospital of cancer.
He was born March 27, 1915 in Sunnyside, Utah, a son of Blaine Charles and Jessie Marshall Glanville. On December 10, 1940 he married Virginia Hilda Peterson in Salt Lake City; their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. Blaine had retired from the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad as a switchman, with 35 years of service. He was a High Priest in the Ogden 43rd Ward and was currently serving as the secretary in his High Priest Group. He had been an ordinance worker in the Ogden Temple and had served as a missionary in the Ogden Regional Mission.He will always be remembered for the joy he brought into the lives of his loved ones and friends, because of his cheerfulness and giving ways. He enjoyed the outdoors and loved fly fishing and hunting.
Surviving are his wife of Ogden; one son, Blaine Allen Glanville and his wife Gerd, Kaysville; four daughters and their husbands, Susan and Ordell Mindrum, Roy; Sandra and Joseph Hull, Hooper; Joanne and Dean Smith, Bountiful; Melanie and Kerry Stephens, Clinton; nine granddaughters and seven grandsons who loved him dearly. Also surviving are one brother and two sisters, Claude Glanville, Ogden; Billie Daz, Ogden; Holly K. Benson, Salt Lake City.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. at Lindquist's Ogdden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd., with Bishop Douglas Felt officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Thursday from 6-8 p.m. and Friday 11:45-12:45 p.m. Interment, Ogden City Cemetery. He was buried in 1991 at Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber Co., UT, USA.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 1940, a switchman on the steam rail road
  • 1940, Ogden City, Weber Co., UT, USA, recorded age 25, living with his parents

Family

Virginia Hilda Peterson born 7 Feb 1918, died 19 Jun 2009
Child

Charles John Glanville

Male, #3020, born circa February 1841, died circa May 1906
FatherCharles Glanville born bt 1814 - 1815, died c Nov 1884
MotherMary Ann Anstey born bt 1815 - 1819, died c Aug 1867

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charles John Glanville was born circa February 1841 at Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. He was the son of Charles Glanville and Mary Ann Anstey. Charles John Glanville was baptized on 28 December 1841 at St George, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; parents named Charles and Mary Ann Glanvell. He married Emma Dawson circa February 1864 at Ecclesall Bierlow registered, YKS, ENG. Charles John Glanville died circa May 1906 at Ormskirk, LAN, ENG; registered Ormskirk, recorded age 65.

Other information

     Charles John Glanville witnessed the marriage of Annie Eliza Glanville and William Hornby circa February 1906 at St Mary parish church, Walkley, YKS, ENG; Registered Ecclesall Bierlow. His age recorded 48 widower, hers 37 spinster. Fathers named John Hornby deceased stonemason, Charles John Glanvill umbrella maker. Witnesses Charles John Glanvill, Thomas Bumpson, Rosetta Glanvill, Winifred Glanvill
Banns having been read Ormskirk Dec 17, 24 and 31 1905 for William Hornby of this parish and Anne Eliza Glanville of the parish of Wallaby Sheffield.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Upper Tower Street, Birmingham St George, WAR, ENG, recorded age 4mths, living with his parents
  • 30 March 1851, 2 Smiths Row Edward Street, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, ENG, recorded age 9, living with his mother
  • 30 March 1851, a scholar
  • 7 April 1861, 4 Harmer Lane, Sheffield, YKS, ENG, recorded age 20, boarding with Harry and Mary Howard, as an apprentice
  • 7 April 1861, a pearl cutter
  • 2 April 1871, an umbrella ferule maker
  • 2 April 1871, 71 Summer Street, Sheffield, YKS, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 25
  • 3 April 1881, a Newsagent And Umbrella Maker
  • 3 April 1881, 18 Abbeydale Road, Ecclesall Bierlow, YKS, ENG, his age recorded 40, hers 35. Name transcribed Granvill
  • 17 December 1883, a newsagent, at baptism of son Frederick
  • 5 April 1891, a dagger and bowie knife sheath mounter
  • 5 April 1891, 59 Mushroom Lane, Sheffield, YKS, ENG, his age recorded 50, hers 45
  • 31 March 1901, a Leather Sheath Mounter
  • 31 March 1901, 149 Providence Road, Nether Hallam, YKS, ENG, his recorded age 60, hers 55

Family

Emma Dawson born bt 1845 - 1846, died c Aug 1924
Children

Rebecca Glanville

Female, #3021, born before 1807
Fathermale Glanville born b 1782

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rebecca Glanville was born before 1807. She was the daughter of male Glanville. Rebecca Glanville married John Jones on 19 February 1827 at St Martin parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; bachelor and spinster, both of this parish.

Other information

     Her married name was Jones.

Family

John Jones born b 1807

John Jones

Male, #3022, born before 1807

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Jones was born before 1807. He married Rebecca Glanville, daughter of male Glanville, on 19 February 1827 at St Martin parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; bachelor and spinster, both of this parish.

Family

Rebecca Glanville born b 1807

Edward Walker

Male, #3023, born before 1802

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edward Walker was born before 1802. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of male Glanville, on 26 December 1822 at St Martin parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; bachelor and spinster, both of this parish.

Family

Mary Glanville born b 1802

Mary Glanville

Female, #3024, born before 1802
Fathermale Glanville born b 1782

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 1802. She was the daughter of male Glanville. Mary Glanville married Edward Walker on 26 December 1822 at St Martin parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; bachelor and spinster, both of this parish.

Other information

     Her married name was Walker.

Family

Edward Walker born b 1802

Virginia Hilda Peterson

Female, #3025, born 7 February 1918, died 19 June 2009

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Virginia Hilda Peterson was born on 7 February 1918 at Ogden, UT, USA. She married Blaine Lavell Glanville, son of Blaine Charles Glanville and Jessie Marshall, on 10 December 1940 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT, USA. Virginia Hilda Peterson died on 19 June 2009 at Clinton, UT, USA, at age 91; with obituary:
Ogden – Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and aunt passed away surrounded by her family at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Melanie and Kerry Stephens on June 19, 2009 at the age of 91 where she had resided for the past year and a half.
Virginia Hilda Peterson Glanville was born on February 7, 1918 in Ogden, Utah to Jonas Lee and Hilda Hansen Peterson.
Virginia married Blaine LaVell Glanville on December 10, 1940 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple.
She was a faithful and devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and her husband served in the Ogden Temple. Her family was always the focus of her love and attention. She enjoyed baking treats. The grandchildren called her their "cookie grandma." Virginia worked for Mountain Bell Telephone Company and General Services Administration in communications.
She is survived by her children, Blaine Allen (Gerd) Glanville, Kaysville, UT; Susan (Ordell) Mindrum, Roy, UT; Sandra (Joe) Hull, Hooper, UT; Joanne (Dean) Smith, Bountiful, UT; Melanie (Kerry) Stephens, Clinton, UT; two sisters, Naomi Noakes, Carmichael, CA; Violet (Bob) Jaynes, Salt Lake City, UT; two brothers, Joseph O. (Audrey) Peterson, Roy, UT; Heber (Margaret) Peterson, Salt Lake City, UT; two sisters-in-law, Faye Glanville, Holly K. Benson, 15 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews who all loved her dearly.
Virginia was preceded in death by her loving husband Blaine LaVell Glanville, granddaughter Jennifer Smith Walters, sister Arvilla Mathews, brother Woodruff Peterson.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday, June 24th at 2:00 pm at Lindquist's Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. Family and friends may call on Tuesday from 6-8 pm and Wednesday prior to services from 12:45-1:45 pm.
Interment, Ogden City Cemetery.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Blaine Lavell Glanville born 27 Mar 1915, died 30 Dec 1990
Child

John Glanville

Male, #3026, born between 1844 and 1845, died circa August 1909
FatherJames Glanville born b 1815, died b 1851
MotherMary Ann Gammon born bt 1810 - 1811

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born between 1844 and 1845 at Cheltenham, GLS, ENG. He was the son of James Glanville and Mary Ann Gammon. John Glanville married Louisa Priest on 3 June 1872 at St Stephen, Birmingham, WAR, ENG. John Glanville died circa August 1909 at Bristol registered, GLS, ENG; recorded age 65.

Other information

     John Glanville was also known as Granville recorded in the 1871 census. John Glanville was also known as Glenville recorded in 1851, 1881 & 1901 censuses and at marriage. He and Louisa Priest had 10 children by the 1911 census, 3 deceased by that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 30 March 1851, 5 Rutland Street, Cheltenham, GLS, ENG, recorded age 8, living with his widowed mother
  • 30 March 1851, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, Woolwich Arsenal, Woolwich, KEN, ENG, recorded age 28
  • 2 April 1871, a private soldier in the District Army Service Corps Barracks and Royal Military Academy
  • 3 April 1881, musician, violinist
  • 3 April 1881, Stoke House, Newfoundland Road, Bristol St Paul, GLS, ENG, recorded age 36, lodging with John White. Married but wife not present
  • 5 April 1891, a musician
  • 5 April 1891, 21 Park Street, Swansea, GLA, WLS, recorded age 46, married but wife not present, boarding in the household of Thomas and Mary Joseph
  • 31 March 1901, a band musician
  • 31 March 1901, 35 Hill Street, St Clement, Bristol, GLS, ENG, his recorded age 56, hers 50
  • 25 December 1901, a musician at marriage of daughter Harriet

Family

Louisa Priest born bt 1850 - 1851
Children

Sarah Ann Searle

Female, #3027, born between 1832 and 1833

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Ann Searle was born between 1832 and 1833 at SRY, ENG. She married James Glanville, son of John Glanville, on 27 May 1855 at St Phillips parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. His age recorded 24, hers 21. Fathers named John Glanville labourer andn John Searle labourer.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, 34 Heath Mill Lane, Aston, WAR, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 28

Family

James Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831

James Glanville

Male, #3028, born between 1830 and 1831
FatherJohn Glanville born b 1811

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Glanville was born between 1830 and 1831 at London Lambeth, SRY, ENG; London recorded in 1861 census, Lambeth recorded in 1851 census. He was the son of John Glanville. James Glanville married Sarah Ann Searle on 27 May 1855 at St Phillips parish church, Birmingham, WAR, ENG; registered Birmingham. His age recorded 24, hers 21. Fathers named John Glanville labourer andn John Searle labourer.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 30 March 1851, a labourer
  • 30 March 1851, 11 Albert Street, Cheltenham, GLS, ENG, recorded age 20, lodging in the household of Robert and Mary Ann Turner
  • 27 March 1855, a labourer
  • 7 April 1861, a labourer
  • 7 April 1861, 34 Heath Mill Lane, Aston, WAR, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 28

Family

Sarah Ann Searle born bt 1832 - 1833

male Glanville

Male, #3029, born 27 July 1929, died 27 July 1929
FatherBlaine Charles Glanville born 19 Jul 1892, died 30 Jan 1967
MotherJessie Marshall born 1 Jun 1894, died 17 Apr 1963

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Glanville died on 27 July 1929 at UT, USA. He was born on 27 July 1929 at UT, USA. He was the son of Blaine Charles Glanville and Jessie Marshall. Male Glanville was buried in 1929 at Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber Co., UT, USA; with memorial inscription "Baby Glanville son of Jessie and Blaine C Glanville July 27 1929 July 27 1929.

Carrie (?) Unknown

Female, #3030, born 1 November 1919, died 26 July 1996

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Carrie (?) Unknown was born on 1 November 1919. She married Eldon Deforest Glanville, son of Charles Thomas Glanville and Esther Marzetta Vandeventer, before 1995; second marriage of Eldon. Carrie (?) Unknown died on 26 July 1996 at CA, USA, at age 76. She was buried in 1996 at Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles Co., CA, USA.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Eldon Deforest Glanville born 15 Oct 1916, died 9 Jun 1995