Eliza Glanville

Female, ID #3061, b. between 1812 and 1813, d. 1 December 1882
FatherWilliam Glanville b. bt 1785 - 1786, d. 20 Apr 1842
MotherAnn Smith b. 1790, d. Nov 1876

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eliza Glanville was born between 1812 and 1813 at Doncaster, YKS, ENG. She married David Percy on 2 April 1835 at St George, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; by licence. He of Sheffield, witnesses were both surnamed Percy.
Reported in Yorkshire Gazette 11 Apr 1835:
Same day (2nd April), Mr. David Percy, of Tickhill, to Eliza, only daughter of Captain Glanville, of Doncaster. Eliza Glanville died on 1 December 1882 at YKS, ENG. She was buried in 1882 at St Mary's churchyard, Tickhill, YKS, ENG; with Monumental Inscription:
In
Memory of
Mary Daynes Daughter
of David & Eliza Percy
who died Octr 8th 1842
Aged 17 Months
Also James Glanville Percy
brother to the above who died
at Gopergunge East Indies
May 21st 1858 aged 21 Years
He was Sergeant in the
Royal Horse Artillery
Also William Glanville Percy
brother to the above who died
at Umballa East Indies
Dec 20th 1870 Aged 34 Years
He was Seargeant in the
Royal Horse Artillery
Also Eliza Mother of the ahove
who died December 1st 1882
Aged 70 Years.

Other information

     Her married name was Percy.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Eliza Glanville and David Percy appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at West Gate, Tickhill, YKS, ENG; his age recorded 49, hers 38. With them children aged 6 to 14 yrs.

Family

David Percy b. bt 1801 - 1802

Charlotte Hartley

Female, ID #3062, b. circa 1800, d. between 1845 and 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charlotte Hartley was born circa 1800 at YKS, ENG. She married George Glanville on 3 September 1820 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG; by banns by Robert Humphreys, clerk. Both of this parish. Her named a spinster, both Marked the register. Charlotte Hartley married William Boothroyd on 17 March 1829 at St Peter, Leeds, YKS, ENG; Charlotte marrying as Charlotte Glanvill. Her named a widow. By banns. Charlotte Hartley died between 1845 and 1851.

Other information

     Her married name was Boothroyd. Her married name was Glanville. Charlotte Hartley was married 2 times.
As of 2 September 1821, Charlotte Hartley and George Glanville lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son James Hartley. As of 25 December 1822, Charlotte Hartley and George Glanville lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son George. As of 2 November 1823, Charlotte Hartley and George Glanville lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son John.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Charlotte Hartley and William Boothroyd appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Flax Street, Leeds, YKS, ENG; his age recorded 35, hers 40. With them children Harriette Boothroyd 2, John Boothroyd 1 and George Boothroyd 15 (probably George Glanville born 1822.)

Family 1

George Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
Children

Family 2

William Boothroyd b. c 1805

George Glanville

Male, ID #3063, b. between 1787 and 1788, d. November 1826

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born between 1787 and 1788. He married Charlotte Hartley on 3 September 1820 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG; by banns by Robert Humphreys, clerk. Both of this parish. Her named a spinster, both Marked the register. George Glanville died in November 1826 at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was buried on 22 November 1826 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG; recorded age 38, recorded a married man.

Other information

     As of 2 September 1821, George Glanville and Charlotte Hartley lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son James Hartley. As of 25 December 1822, George Glanville and Charlotte Hartley lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son George. As of 2 November 1823, George Glanville and Charlotte Hartley lived at Bank, Leeds, YKS, ENG, at baptism of son John.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George Glanville was a stuff weaver on 3 September 1820.
  • He was a weaver, at baptism of son James Hartley on 2 September 1821.
  • He was a weaver, at baptism of son George on 25 December 1822.
  • He was a weaver, at baptism of son John on 2 November 1823.
  • He was a weaver, at baptism of son William on 18 September 1826.

Family

Charlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851
Children

George Glanville

Male, ID #3064, b. 15 May 1822
FatherGeorge Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
MotherCharlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born on 15 May 1822 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 25 December 1822 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG.

James Hartley Glanville

Male, ID #3065, b. 18 May 1821
FatherGeorge Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
MotherCharlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Hartley Glanville was born on 18 May 1821 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 2 September 1821 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG.

William Glanville

Male, ID #3066, b. 18 September 1826
FatherGeorge Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
MotherCharlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 18 September 1826 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 18 September 1826 at St Peter, Leeds, YKS, ENG; William son of George and Charlotte Glanvill, abode bank, weaver.

John Glanville

Male, ID #3067, b. 9 September 1823
FatherGeorge Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
MotherCharlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born on 9 September 1823 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 2 November 1823 at St Peter's parish church, Leeds, YKS, ENG.

Elizabeth (Unknown)

Female, ID #3068, b. before 1806

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth (Unknown) was born before 1806. She married George Glanville before 1826.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. Elizabeth (Unknown) and George Glanville were Roman Catholic.

Family

George Glanville b. b 1806
Children

George Glanville

Male, ID #3069, b. before 1806

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 1806. He married Elizabeth (Unknown) before 1826.

Other information

     George Glanville and Elizabeth (Unknown) were Roman Catholic.

Family

Elizabeth (Unknown) b. b 1806
Children

George Glanville

Male, ID #3070, b. 26 October 1826, d. November 1826
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1806
MotherElizabeth (Unknown) b. b 1806

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 26 October 1826 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 26 October 1826 at St Patricks Roman Catholic, Lady Lady, Leeds, YKS, ENG; George legitimate son of George and Elizabeth Glanville. sponsers Jno Kennard and Rose Harold. He died in November 1826 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was buried on 20 November 1826 at St Mary, Lady Lane (Catholic), Leeds, YKS, ENG; as no age was recorded, this may be the burial of his father.

John Glanville

Male, ID #3071, b. 26 October 1826
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1806
MotherElizabeth (Unknown) b. b 1806

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born before October 1826 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 26 October 1826 at St Patricks Roman Catholic, Lady Lane, Leeds, YKS, ENG; John legitimate son of George and Elisabeth Glanville, sponsors Peter Warren and Frances Reardon.

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #3072, b. 13 March 1825
FatherGeorge Glanville b. bt 1787 - 1788, d. Nov 1826
MotherCharlotte Hartley b. c 1800, d. bt 1845 - 1851

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 13 March 1825 at Leeds, YKS, ENG. She was baptized on 13 March 1825 at St Peter, Leeds, YKS, ENG.

Mary Greaves

Female, ID #3073, b. circa 1717, d. April 1785

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Greaves was born circa 1717. She and Samuel Glanville obtained a marriage license on 16 February 1747; naming Samuel Glanvill aged 25 of Sheffield, and Mary Smith aged 30 of Sheffield. Mary Greaves married Samuel Glanville, son of John Glanville and Ann (Unknown), on 16 February 1747 at Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, YKS, ENG; Mary marrying as Mary Smith. Saml Glanvill solider and Mary Smith widow by licence granted and married by Mr Dessie. Mary Greaves died in April 1785 at Sheffield, YKS, ENG. She was buried on 15 April 1785 at Sheffield, YKS, ENG; Mary wife of Samuel Glanvill.

Other information

     Her married name was Smith. Her married name was Glanville. Mary Greaves was married 2 times.

Family

Samuel Glanville b. 19 May 1723, d. 14 Jul 1803
Children

Samuel Glanville

Male, ID #3074, b. 19 May 1723, d. 14 July 1803
FatherJohn Glanville b. b 1696
MotherAnn (Unknown) b. b 1696

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Samuel Glanville was born before 19 May 1723 at Exeter, DEV, ENG. He was baptized on 19 May 1723 at Holy Trinity, Exeter, DEV, ENG; Samll Son of Jno and Ann Glanvill was Bapt May ye 19th. He and Mary Greaves obtained a marriage license on 16 February 1747; naming Samuel Glanvill aged 25 of Sheffield, and Mary Smith aged 30 of Sheffield. Samuel Glanville married Mary Greaves on 16 February 1747 at Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, YKS, ENG; Mary marrying as Mary Smith. Saml Glanvill solider and Mary Smith widow by licence granted and married by Mr Dessie. Samuel Glanville married Ann Boyce on 8 January 1787 at St John, Stamford, LIN, ENG; reported in the Stamford Mercury 13 Jan 1786:
Sunday last was married, Mr Glanville, of the Bull inn to Miss Boyce, milliner, both of this place. Samuel Glanville died on 14 July 1803 at Duke of Norfolk's Hospital, Sheffield, YKS, ENG, at age 80; reported in Lancester Gazette 6 Aug 1803:
Thursday se'nnight, in the Duke of Norfolk's hospital, Sheffield, aged 83, Mr. Samuel Glanville. He formerly kept the head inn in Sheffield, and was the first person who run coaches from Sheffield to Chesterfield.

Other information

     The London Gazete listed:
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against Joseph Bamforth, of Sheffield in the County of York, Grocer, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major Part of them, on the 27th and 28th Days of October instant at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, and on the 28th Day of November next at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenonn, at the House of Mr. SamueJ Glanvill, the Angel in Sheffield aforesaid, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuse Assignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finisth his Examination, and the Creditors are to affent to or dissent from the Allowance of his Certificate All Persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any of his Effects; are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom the Commissioners stiall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. John Hoyland, Attorney at Law, in Sheffield aforesaid. on 13 October 1772.
It had been previously reported that the wife of Mr Glanville of the Bull Inn Stamford, previously Sheffield, had died.
As of 8 January 1787, Samuel Glanville lived at the Bull Inn, Stamford, LIN, ENG. He gave notice he was giving over his estate and affairs to Richard Davies merchant of Stamford, and Thomas Smith the younger, merchant.
He had let out the Bull Inn in June 1793 "On account of his long Fatigues in Business, he wishes soon to retire from the Inn, and is ready to treat with Principal for the same" in December 1793.
Reminiscences of Sheffield
R.E. Leader
Chapter 5
     The coaching system began here in 1760, when the well-known host of the Angel, Samuel Glanville, enterprisingly setup the first stage from Leeds to London, through Sheffield. By 1787 there were five great coach roads, and three subordinate ones. The Tontine Coach (daily except Saturday) ran to London by way of Rotherham, Worksop, Newark, and Grantham. The Mail Coach every morning, and the Heavy Coach every evening from the Angel, went through Chesterfield, Nottingham, and Northampton. To Birmingham, every morning except Sunday, the way was by Chesterfield, Derby, Burton, and Lichfield. Then there were the two north roads, one by Barnsley, Wakefield, and Leeds, a rendezvous where coaches from all parts converged; the other through Penistone, Huddersfield, Catterick, Penrith, to Carlisle. To Doncaster there was a light coach twice a week; but there was a summer service only to Manchester (via Buxton) and to Hull (via Thorne). All of these, except a Tontine " Diligence " to Leeds, and a coach to London, started from the Angel. Ten years later (1797), though the number of coaches had not materially increased, there were then two mails and seven coaches, the service all round was more frequent. The " passage " to London was at first £1 17s; to York, 11s. and 7s; to Leeds, 5s. and 3s; to Birmingham, 8s. and 6s.
     Samuel Glanville's announcement of his pioneer coaching arrangements is an interesting document. It appears in" Ward's Sheffield Public Advertiser " of November 4, 1760:
     " November 2nd. Notice is hereby given that the London, Leeds, Wakefield, Chesterfield, Mansfield, and Nottingham machines on steel springs, in four days, sets off from the Swan With Two Necks Inn, in Lad Lane, London, and from the Old King's Arms Inn, in Leeds, every Monday and Wednesday mornings, at five o'clock; breakfasts at the Angel Inn, in St. Albans; dines at the White Horse Inn, in Hockley; and lies at the Red Lion, at Northampton, the first night, breakfasts at the Three Crowns, in Market Harborough dines at the Bull's Head, in Loughborough; and lies at the Crow Inn, on the Long Row, at Nottingham, the second night breakfasts at the Swan, in Mansfield; dines at the Falcon, in Chesterfield; and lies at the Angel, in Sheffield, the third night; breakfasts at the White Bear, in Barnsley, dines at the Coach and Horses, in Wakefield; and lies at Leeds the fourth night."
     Details of the reverse journey (which are varied only by the substitution of the Blackamoor's Head for the Crown, at Nottingham, and by the last breakfast being at the Saracen's Head, in Newport) are then given, and the advertisement goes on:
     " Passengers and parcels are taken in at the above places. Two places reserved in each coach for Nottingham. Performed, if God permit, by John Handforth, Samuel Glanville, and Wm. Richardson."
     By 1787 the journey, which, in 1760 took three days, was accomplished in twenty-six hours. Leaving Sheffield at 5o'clock one morning, the coach reached London at 7 o'clock the next morning. The last Sheffield mail coach, the" Halifax Mail," did the journey from London to Sheffield in sixteen hours. After this was taken off, a coach called" The Brilliant " enabled its passengers to reach London in twelve hours, but this was only accomplished by connection with a railway train, in which they did part of the journey.
     There is, in the Town Hall, a crayon portrait of Samuel Glanville, drawn by Raphael Smith. It was presented to the Mechanics' Library by Mr. Benjamin Sayle, of Brightside, and came into possession of the Corporation of Sheffield when that institution was taken over, on the establishment of the Free Library. It bears this inscription:
     "Samuel Glanville, born at Exeter about the year 1720;entered early into the army, and was present as a drummer at the Battle of Dettingen. He afterwards came with a recruiting party to Sheffield, and was billeted at the house of Mrs .Smith,* in Church Street; married her, and afterwards kept the Angel Inn, to which house, about the year 1760, he worked the first stage coach from London. He died at Sheffield in 1803."
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* Nee Mary Greaves, widow of George Smith, and grandmother of Mr George Smith, draper (Smith and Ridal), Market Street.
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     Another crayon portrait of Glanville, from the pencil of Chantry, was in the possession of Mr. Charles Ridal, of the firm of Smith and Ridal, Market Street, but when he left the town it was sold by auction, and has not since been traced. The " Iris," whose editor, Mr. Montgomery, spoke of Samuel Glanville as " no mean benefactor to the town," gave a fuller account of his varied career:
     "He was born about 1720, near Exeter; was apprenticed to a surgeon, but entered early in life into the army as a private. In 1741 he came to Sheffield, upon a recruiting party, and married Mrs. Smith, who kept a public house in Church Lane. In the course of time he became master of the Angel Inn, and, about 1760, was a partner in the first stagecoach from Leeds to London. After some years, he retired from the public line to a farm at The Edge, near this town, where he was noticed by Mr. Arthur Young as an excellent agriculturist. But becoming at length weary of agriculture, he returned to his former occupation, and kept an inn at the Cross Keys, Wood Street (London); and some time after removed to the Black Bull, in Stamford. Where he buried his wife, and married a second. Business there, however, not answering his expectations, he came back to Sheffield, and opened a public house at the Hermitage; soon after buried his second wife, and not long after was admitted into the Duke of Norfolk's Hospital, where he found a comfortable asylum during several years. In his early days, and in public life, he was steady, active (the writer of this memoir has seen him carry out three dishes at once on his right arm from a public entertainment), attentive and obliging to his customers cheerful, rational, and intelligent in private conversation; was looked up to with great respect by all his acquaintance; and closed his days with a constant serious attention to the duties of religion."
     While landlord of the Bull, Stamford, Glanville still kept up his connection with Sheffield coaching. Godfrey Fox, who, in 1779, built the Rein Deer Inn at the bottom of Bull Stake (where the Royal Hotel now stands) started in 1783, in combinatlon with others, " A London Diligence on a new establishment, in two days, by way of Newark, Grantham, Stamford, Huntingdon, Ware, etc., to the George Inn, Aldermanbury, London ;" and on both the up and the down journeys, it suppered at Mr. Glanville's, The Bull lnn, Stamford. The fare from Sheffield to London was (allowing 141b. luggage) and parcels ~ were carried at lld. Per pound. The venture does not seem to have been a success, and the Diligence was not long kept on the road.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Samuel Glanville was a soldier on 16 February 1747.
  • He was an innkeeper, at baptism of son Samuel on 16 October 1751.
  • He was landlord of The Angel Hotel, 15 Angel Street, Sheffield.
    "...(The Angel's) first real claim to fame came in 1760, when it became the terminus for the first regular mail stage coach service between Sheffield and London. The coach was fancifully described as 'a flying machine on steel springs' which completed the hazardous journey in a mere six days. Travel in those days was a problematic affair - the adverts warned journeys would be completed "if God permits". Overnight stops on the way up to Sheffield included St Albans, Northampton and Nottingham. Later the time to the capital was reduced to three days, then 26 hours, and finally to just 16 hours before the railway made the service largely redundant.
    Original prices for the trip were £2.2s (£2.10) - or £153 in today's money, leaving twice a week at 5am. The coach traveling north linked with a service to Leeds. in 1760.

Family 1

Mary Greaves b. c 1717, d. Apr 1785
Children

Family 2

Ann Boyce b. b 1767

Samuel Glanville

Male, ID #3075, b. 16 October 1751
FatherSamuel Glanville b. 19 May 1723, d. 14 Jul 1803
MotherMary Greaves b. c 1717, d. Apr 1785

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Samuel Glanville was born before 16 October 1751 at Sheffield, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 16 October 1751 at St Peter Cathedral, Sheffield, YKS, ENG; Saml Son of Saml Glanvil Innkeeper.

John Glanville

Male, ID #3076, b. 5 April 1749
FatherSamuel Glanville b. 19 May 1723, d. 14 Jul 1803
MotherMary Greaves b. c 1717, d. Apr 1785

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born before 5 April 1749 at Sheffield, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 5 April 1749 at St Peter Cathedral, Sheffield, YKS, ENG.

William Glanville

Male, ID #3077, b. 1830
FatherThomas Glanville b. 1798, d. 7 Feb 1873
MotherEleanor Cannon b. bt 1790 - 1791, d. Jul 1845

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born in 1830 at Howden, YKS, ENG. He was baptized on 18 August 1830 at Howden, YKS, ENG; William son of Thos and Eleanor Glanville, abode Howden, tailor. He married Elizabeth Sarah (Unknown) before 1858 at CAN probably.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 8 Bells Buildings, St Bride and Precinct, MDX, ENG; recorded age 10, living with his parents.
  • He was a tailor on 30 March 1851.
  • He appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at 232 Blackfriars Road, Southwark Christ Church, SRY, ENG; recorded age 20, living as brother to Thomas C Glanville.
  • He and Elizabeth Sarah (Unknown) appeared on the census of 1861 at Toronto, York Co., ONT, CAN; transcribed:-
    WM Glanville : M : 31 : Yorkshire, England
    Elizabeth Glanville : F : 27 : London, England
    John F Glanville : M : 4 : Toronto Canada
    Eleanor Glanville : F : 1 : Toronto.
  • William Glanville was a merchant in 1871.
  • He appeared on the census of 1871 at Mount Forest Villa, Wellington North, CAN; recorded age 40, Wesleyan Methodist.
  • He and Elizabeth Sarah (Unknown) appeared on the census of 1871 at Mount Forest, North Wellington, ONT, CAN; transcribed:
    W Glanville : M : 40 : England
    E S Glanville : F : 36 : England
    J F Glanville : M 13 : O
    E C Glanville : F : 11 : O
    J H Glanville : M : 7 : O
    M H Glanville : F : 5 : O
    H E Glanville : F : 2 : O.
  • William Glanville was a merchant in 1881.
  • He and Elizabeth Sarah (Unknown) appeared on the census of 1881 at Mount Forest, Wellington North, ONT, CAN; transcribed:
    Name : Marital Status : Gender : Ethnic Origin : Age : Birthplace : Occupation : Religion
    Wm GLANVILL : M : Male : English : 50 : England : Merchant : Methodist Canada
    Elizabeth S GLANVILL : M : Female : English : 46 : England : : Methodist Canada
    John F GLANVILL : : Male : English : 22 : O : Merchant : Methodist Canada
    Elinor C GLANVILL : : Female : English : 20 : O : : Methodist Canada
    Thomas R GLANVILL : : Male : English : 17 : O : Store Clerk : Methodist Canada
    Mary H GLANVILL : : Female : English : 15 : O : : Methodist Canada
    Harriott E GLANVILL : : Female : English : 12 : O : : Methodist Canada
    Wm GLANVILL : : Male : English : 7 : O : : Methodist Canada
    Annie GRANT : : Female : Scottish : 25 : O : Dressmaker : Presbyterian.

Family

Elizabeth Sarah (Unknown) b. bt 1834 - 1835
Children

Eleanor Cannon

Female, ID #3078, b. between 1790 and 1791, d. July 1845

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eleanor Cannon was born between 1790 and 1791. She married Thomas Glanville, son of Robert Glanville and Elizabeth Endean, on 12 February 1827 at All Souls parish church, St Marylebone, MDX, ENG; after banns, bachelor and spinster. both of this parish. Witness Jane Glanvill. Eleanor Cannon died in July 1845 at Bells' Building, London St Bride, LND, ENG; registered London West, recorded age 54. She was buried on 6 July 1845 at St Bride, Fleet Street, London, LND, ENG; recorded age 54.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. As of 4 May 1828, Eleanor Cannon and Thomas Glanville lived at Little George Street, St Pancras, MDX, ENG. As of 28 November 1834, Eleanor Cannon and Thomas Glanville lived at Bells Buildings, London City, LND, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Eleanor Cannon and Thomas Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 8 Bells Buildings, St Bride and Precinct, MDX, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 45 amended to 50.

Family

Thomas Glanville b. 1798, d. 7 Feb 1873
Children

Thomas Glanville

Male, ID #3079, b. 1798, d. 7 February 1873
FatherRobert Glanville b. 26 May 1771, d. Jul 1825
MotherElizabeth Endean b. bt 1755 - 1756

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Glanville was born in 1798 at Colan, CON, ENG; Little Colan recorded in 1851 census, Little Clapton in 1861 census, St Columb recorded in 1861 census. He was baptized on 4 November 1798 at Colan, CON, ENG; parents Robert and Elizabeth Glanville. He married Eleanor Cannon on 12 February 1827 at All Souls parish church, St Marylebone, MDX, ENG; after banns, bachelor and spinster. both of this parish. Witness Jane Glanvill. Thomas Glanville married Cybela Luffman on 25 December 1846 at St Andrew by the Wardrobe, London City, LND, ENG; registered London. After banns, both of full age. Widower and spinster. Fathers named Robert Glanville farmer, John Luffman engraver. Thomas Glanville died on 7 February 1873 at 4 Bennett Street, Blackfriars Road, London, SRY, ENG; registered St Saviour, recorded age 74. He was buried on 12 February 1873 at City of London & Tower Hamlets Cemetery, London, MDX, ENG; recorded age 74. His estate was probated on 17 April 1873 indexed as:
1873 GLANVILLE Thomas late of 4 Bennett Street, Blackfriers Road, Surrey, tailor who died on 7 February 1873 at 4 Bennett Street. Will proved at London on 17 April by Thomas Cannon Glanville of 57 Commercial Road, Peckham, Surrey, commercial clerk, the son, the sole executor, under £450.

Other information

     Thomas Glanville was married 2 times.
As of 4 May 1828, Thomas Glanville and Eleanor Cannon lived at Little George Street, St Pancras, MDX, ENG. As of 28 November 1834, Thomas Glanville and Eleanor Cannon lived at Bells Buildings, London City, LND, ENG. The London Gazette carried:
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting batween us the undersigned, Thomas Glanville and Thomas Cannon Glanville, carrying on business as Tailors, at No. 12, Bell's-buildings, Salisbury-square, Fleet-street, in the city of London, has been this day dissolved hy mutual consent.—As witness our hands this 7th day of December, 1868.
Thos. Glanville.
Thomas Cannon Glanville. on 8 December 1868.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Thomas Glanville was a tailor on 4 May 1828.
  • He was a tailor on 28 November 1834.
  • He was a tailor on 6 June 1841.
  • He and Eleanor Cannon appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 8 Bells Buildings, St Bride and Precinct, MDX, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 45 amended to 50.
  • Thomas Glanville was a tailor on 25 December 1846.
  • He was a tailor employing 8 men on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Cybela Luffman appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at 12 Bells Buildings, London St Bride, MDX, ENG; his recorded age 52, hers 48. Virgilia Luffman their unmarried sister in law aged 37 living with them.
  • Thomas Glanville was a tailor, at marriage of son Thomas Cannon on 12 April 1855.
  • He was a master tailor employing 3 men & 1 boy on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Cybela Luffman appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at 12 Bells Building, London St Bride, LND, ENG; his age recorded 62, hers 58.
  • Thomas Glanville was a tailor employing 4 men on 2 April 1871.
  • He and Cybela Luffman appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at London Christchurch, SRY, ENG; his age recorded 72, hers 68. 61yr old unmarried Cornelia Laffman was there as sister in law.

Family 1

Eleanor Cannon b. bt 1790 - 1791, d. Jul 1845
Children

Family 2

Cybela Luffman b. bt 1802 - 1803, d. Sep 1872

Allen Glanville

Male, ID #3080, b. 12 June 1640
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Allen Glanville was born before 12 June 1640 at Romford, ESS, ENG. He was baptized on 12 June 1640 at Romford, ESS, ENG.

George Glanville

Male, ID #3081, b. before 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 1620.

Family

Children

Benjamin Glanville

Male, ID #3082, b. 3 May 1647
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Benjamin Glanville was born before 3 May 1647 at Romford, ESS, ENG. He was baptized on 3 May 1647 at Romford, ESS, ENG.

George Glanville

Male, ID #3083, b. 11 July 1641, d. 21 September 1641
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 11 July 1641 at Romford, ESS, ENG. He was baptized on 11 July 1641 at Romford, ESS, ENG; father named George Glanville, died 21 Sep 1641. He died on 21 September 1641 at Romford, ESS, ENG; this is possibly burial date.

John Glanville

Male, ID #3084, b. 8 December 1645
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born before 8 December 1645 at Romford, ESS, ENG. He was baptized on 8 December 1645 at Romford, ESS, ENG.

Josh Glanville

Male, ID #3085, b. 3 May 1647
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Josh Glanville was born before 3 May 1647 at Romford, ESS, ENG. He was baptized on 3 May 1647 at Romford, ESS, ENG.

George Paul Glanville

Male, ID #3086, b. 10 July 1914, d. 28 March 1993
FatherCharles Thomas Glanville b. May 1872, d. 10 May 1948
MotherEsther Marzetta Vandeventer b. bt 1878 - 1879, d. 1959

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Paul Glanville was born on 10 July 1914 at Grant Twp, Greene Co., IA, USA; 20 July 1914 also recorded. He married Margaret Ellen Murphy on 10 July 1937 at Santa Ana, CA, USA. George Paul Glanville died on 28 March 1993 at Los Angeles Co., CA, USA, at age 78. He was buried in 1993 at Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles Co., CA, USA.

Other information

     George Paul Glanville was also known as Paul.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George Paul Glanville appeared on the census of 1920 at Des Moines, Dallas Co., IA, USA; recorded age 5, living with her parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 1930 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, USA; recorded age 15, living with his parents.
  • He was a longshoreman on 10 July 1937.

Family

Margaret Ellen Murphy b. 3 Dec 1916, d. 7 Jul 2019

Ann Glanville

Female, ID #3087, b. 1 September 1643
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Glanville was born before 1 September 1643 at Hornchurch, ESS, ENG. She was baptized on 1 September 1643 at Hornchurch, ESS, ENG; father named George Glanville.

Margaret Glanville

Female, ID #3088, b. 3 December 1644
FatherGeorge Glanville b. b 1620

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Margaret Glanville was born before 3 December 1644 at Hornchurch, ESS, ENG. She was baptized on 3 December 1644 at Hornchurch, ESS, ENG.

James Jonathan Bear

Male, ID #3089, b. between 1840 and 1841, d. circa August 1869

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Jonathan Bear was born between 1840 and 1841. He married Sarah Huggett circa November 1861 at Medway registered, KEN, ENG; at least 3 children - Bassett W(illiam), Sarah M and Kate (Catherine) Bear were born of this marriage. James Jonathan Bear died circa August 1869 at Medway registered, KEN, ENG; recorded age 28.

Family

Sarah Huggett b. bt 1840 - 1841, d. 5 Aug 1909

Ann Glanville

Female, ID #3090, b. 5 September 1708
FatherJames Glanville b. b 1687
MotherAnn Quarrington b. b 1686

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Glanville was born before 5 September 1708 at Milton by Gravesend, KEN, ENG. She was baptized on 5 September 1708 at St Peter and St Paul, Milton by Gravesend, KEN, ENG.