Johnson Glanville

Male, ID #9001, b. before 26 April 1821

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Johnson Glanville was born before 26 April 1821.
     He was baptized on 26 April 1821 at Devon, Manchester, Middlesex Co., Jamaica, one of a number of slaves baptised on the same day.

Ann Smith

Female, ID #9002, b. 1790, d. November 1876

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Smith was born in 1790 at Kineton, WAR, ENG.
     She was baptized on 14 March 1790 at the Parish Church, Kineton, WAR, ENG.
     She married William Glanville on 22 September 1810 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, (22 September 1810 age calculated as 20 years) William Glanvill of this parish, shipwright and Ann Smith of this parish.
     She died in November 1876 at Doncaster registered, YKS, ENG; recorded age 87.
     She was buried on 14 November 1876 at Hyde Park Cemetery, Doncaster, YKS, ENG, recorded age 87.

Address(es), Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Ann Smith and William Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Spring Gardens, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; both with recorded age 55. 5yr old William Percy with them, being a son of the marriage in 1835 of Eliza Glanville to David Percy.
  • Ann Smith appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Spring Gardens, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; recorded age 60, widowed.
  • Ann was a landed proprietor on 30 March 1851.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at 59 Spring Gardens, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; recorded age 71, widowed.
  • Ann was a landed proprietor on 7 April 1861.
  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at 58 Spring Gardens, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; recorded age 81, widowed.
  • Ann was an annuitant on 2 April 1871.

Family

William Glanville b. bt 1785 - 1786, d. 20 Apr 1842
Children

William Glanville

Male, ID #9003, b. between 1785 and 1786, d. 20 April 1842

Alternate Names

     He was also known as Captain Glanville recorded in newspapers report on daughter's marriage.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born between 1785 and 1786 at Not YKS, ENG.
     He married Ann Smith on 22 September 1810 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, William Glanvill of this parish, shipwright and Ann Smith of this parish.
     He died on 20 April 1842 at Doncaster registered, YKS, ENG; Recorded age 59. Reported in Sheffield Independent 23 Apr 1842:
On Wednesday last, at his residence, Doncaster, aged 59, Captain Glanville, many years adjutant of the South West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry, commanded by Lord Wharncliffe. To the late Captain Glanville, the present efficiency of the corps to which he belonged, is, in a great measure, to be atttributed.
     He was buried on 24 April 1842 at Tickhill, YKS, ENG, recorded age 59.
     His estate was probated on 29 July 1842 This will was proved at York the 29th day of July in the year of our Lord 1842
before the reverend John Sharpe LD surrogate of the right worshipful Granville
Harpours Vernon Master of Acts Commissary and Keeper General of the Exchequer
and prerogative Court of York lawfully constituted by the oaths of Thomas
Waker esquire and George Clark Walker the younger the executors in the
said will named to whom administration was granted of all and singular
the good chattels and credits of the said deceased they having been first
sworn duly to administer - Joseph Buckle - Dep Regr.

Other information

     William Glanville left a will on 16 April 1842 Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Cout of York
I William Glanville of Doncaster in the County of York
gentleman do make and publish my last will and testament as follows first
I direct that all my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and also
the two sums of ten pounds each herein after bequeathed to my daughter Eliza
Percy and my son Edward Glanville shall be paid and discharged by my
dear wife out of the rents issues profits proceeds and annual income of my
real and personal estates I give and bequeath to my said daughter Eliza
Percy the sum of ten pounds for the purpose of buying mourning for herself
and family which I direct shall be paid to her by my said wife
immediately after my decease And I give and bequeath to my said son
Edward Glanville the sum of ten pounds which I also direct shall be paid
to him by my said wife in manner hereinafter mentioned within six
calendar months after my deceased I appoint Thomas Walker of Doncsater
aforesaid esquire and George Clark Walker the younger of the same place
chemist and druggist to be executors and trustees of my will I give and
bequeath all such sum and sums of money belonging to me at my decease
as shall then be in the hands of my bankers in Doncaster aforesaid unto my
said trustees their executors administrators and assigns upon trust that my
trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall from time to time when
and as occasion shall require pay thereof or out of the interest thereof such
sum and sums of money as they or he shall think necessary for properly
educating my grandson William Glanville Percy at the Doncaster Grammar
School or any other school which may be deemed suitable for him until he
attains the age of sixteen years And upon my said grandson attaining such
age then upon further trust that my trustees or trustee for the time being
do and shall place out my said grandson William Glanville Percy as an
articled clerk to be instructed in the profession of the law with and by some
respectable attorney or solicitor or to such other profession or business as he
my said grandson may prefer And my said executors and trustees shall
approved of and do and shall by with and out of such monies and interest
as aforesaid pay such premium or premiums with my said grandson
as they or he my said trustees or trustee for the time being shall think proper
together with the stamp duties and other expenses attendant upon
the articleing or binding of my said grandson to any profession or business
as aforesaid and after the several payments aforesaid then upon trust that
my trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall pay the residue of such
monies and of the interst thereof unto such person or persons and in
such manner as my wife whether covert or sole shall appoint and in
default of such appointment the same shall be paid to my said grandson
William Glanville Percy absolutely I give and bequeath all such
sum and sums of money belonging to me at the time of my decease
as shall stand in my name or which may then be invested for my
benefit in the public stocks or funds called the new three and a half
per cents or in any of the other public stocks of funds unto my said
trustees their executors administrators and assigns upon trust to pay
the interest dividends and annual produce thereof unto my said wife
during her life if she shall so long continue my widow with a
proportion to part thereof up to the day of her decease or marriage
And from and immediately after the decease or marriage of my said
wife whichever event shall first happen upon trust that my
trustees or trustee for the time being do or shall pay or transfer the
said stocks in the new three and half per cents and other stocks aforesaid
unto my said grandson William Glanville Percy absolutely in
case he shall then have attained the age of twenty one years subject
nevertheless to the payment thereout of the sum of nineteen guineas
unto messieurs Fox and Company of Craigs Court Charing Cross
London my Agents which I give and bequeath to them as a mark of
my esteem for their kind and considerate conduct to me during a series
of years but without interest in the meantime and to be a vested interest
in them at the time of my decease But if my said grandson William
Glanville Percy shall not have attained his age of twenty one years at
the decease or marriage of my said wife Then upon trust that my
trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall pay the interest
dividends and annual produce of my said stocks or funds or such
part of parts thereof as they or he shall deem proper in the maintenance
education and bringing up of my said grandson William Glanville Percy
during his minority and shall accumilate the unapplied interest
thereof and dividends thereof and add such accumulations to the
principal from whence the same shall have arison And up my
said grandson attaining his age of twenty one years then upon trust
to pay and transfer all my said stocks and funds and all accumulations
thereof unto my said grandson William Glanville Percy absolutely
subject nevertheless to the payment of the said sum of nineteen guineas
hereinbefore given to messieurs Fox and Company provided that if
my said grandson William Glanville Percy shall die during the
widowhood of my said wife without leaving issue living at the
time of his decease then upon trust that my trustees or trustee for the
time being do and shall pay or transfer all my said stocks and funds and
all accumulations thereof (subject as aforesaid) unto and amongst such
of the children of my daughter Eliza Percy of my son Edward Glanville
and of my nephew William Glanville Boyre and of my wife's sister
Jane Barratt as shall be living at the time of the decease of my said
grandson William Glanville Percy without issue aforesaid in the
event of his death during the widowhood of my said wife equally to
be divided between them as tenants in common and not as joint tenants
provided always and I do hereby declare that if my said wife's sister
Jane Barratt shall happen to be living on the decease of my said grandson
William Glanville Percy without issue as last aforesaid that then and
in such case she shall take a share of and in my said stock and funds
in the same manner as if she were on of her own issue And I do hereby
give devise and bequeath all that my cottage or tenement situate
at Tickhill in the County of York called Glanville Cottage with the household
furniture implements utensils plate linen and china books prints
and pictures which shall be therein at the time of my decease and
also all other my real estate situate at Tickhill aforesaid unto and
to the use of my said trustees their heirs executors administrators
and assigns upon trust to permit such household furniture
implements utensils plate line and china books print and pictures
to be used and occupied along with the said cottage called Glanville
Cottage during the widowhood of my said wife and do and shall
pay the rents and profits of the said cottage and of the said articles
of furniture therein and of all other my real estate situate at
Tickhill aforesaid unto my said wife during her life if she shall
so long continue my widow And up the decease or marriage
of my said wife whichever event shall first happen upon trust
that my trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall permit
and suffer my said daughter Eliza Percy from time to time and at
all times during her life to have the use and enjoyment of the
last mentioned household furniture utensils plate linen and china
books prints and pictures to and for her own sole use and benefit
either in the said cottage or elsewhere exclusively of her present or
any future husband or husbands and without being in any manner subject
or liable to the debts control forfeitures disposal or engagements of the
present or any future husband or husbands and to and shall pay the
rents issued and profits of my said cottage and other real estate situate
at Tickhill aforesaid to my said daughter Eliza Percy during
her life to and for her own sole and separate use and benefit
independent of the debts control or engagements of her present or any
future husband or husbands and so as she may not anticipate
the same and for which rents issues and profits the receipt or receipts
of my said daughter Eliza Percy shall notwithstanding her present
or any future Coverture be good discharge to my trustees for the
time being and upon the decease of my said daughter Eliza Percy then
upon trust that my trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall
convey assign and assure my said cottage and real estate situate at
Tickhill aforesaid and the said articles of furniture above mentioned
until the youngest child of my said daughter Eliza Percy who shall
be living and his or her heirs executors administrators and assigns
according to the different nature and tenure thereof respectively
And I direct my said cottage and other real estate situate at
Tickhill aforesaid shall by with and out of the rents issues and profits
thereof be kept in good and tenantable repair during the widowhood of
my said wife and the life of my said daughter Eliza Percy and adequately
insured against fire to the satisfaction of my trustees or trustee for life
time being I devise and bequeath all the rest residue and remainder
of my real estate whatsoever and wheresover of or to which I shall
die seized possessed or entitled And also the residue of my personal
estate and effects unto and to the use of my said trustees their heirs executors
administrators and assigns upon the trusts following (namely) upon
trust that my trustees or trustee for the time being do and shall permit
and suffer my said wife during her life if she shall so long continue
my widow to have the use possession and enjoyment of the household
furniture implements utensils plate linen china books prints and pictues
which shall be in or about any messuage situate in Doncaster aforesaid
wherein I may reside at the time of my decease and also permit and suffer
her during the period aforesaid if she shall so long continue my widow
to occupy any part of my real estate situate at Doncaster aforesaid And
upon further trust that my trustees or trustee for the time being do and
shall as soon as conveniently may be after my decease convert and get in
the residue of my said residuary personal estate and place out the
money arising therefrom in their or his names or name in real of
government securities at interest with power to vary and transpose the
same as occasion may require And upon further trust that my trustees
or trustee for the time being do and shall permit and suffer my said wife
during her life if she shall so long continue my widow to have receive
and take or otherwise pay to her the rents issues and profits dividends
and annual produce of my said residuary real and personal estates
however constituted with a proportionable part thereof up to the
day of her decease or marriage she keeping my said real estate in a
good tenatable repair and adequately insured against fire to the
satisfaction of my trustees or trustee for the time being and from and
immediately after the decease of marriage of my said wife whichever
event shall first happen then upon trust that my trustees or trustee
for the time being do and shall sell my said residuary real estate
and my said last mentioned household furniture implements
utensils plate linen china and glass books print and pictures and
call in the rent monies which shall have arisen from my said
residuary personal estate and do and shall stand possessed of the
monies arising from my said residuary real and personal esate
upon trust in the first place to pay and retain thereout unto each of
them my said trustees the sum of nineteen guineas as a slight acknowledgment
for their kindness in carrifing into effect the trusts of this
my will and do and shall stand possessed of the residue or surplus
of the said monies upon the trusts following namely as to for and concerning
one equal fourth part thereof upon trust to place out and invest
the same in their or his names or name on government or real security
at interest with power to vary and transpose the same as occasion
may require and do and shall pay the interest of the same fourth
part or the capital thereof unto my daughter Eliza Percy during her life
and for the own sole and separate use and benefit in such and the
same manner in every respect and under the same restrictions as the
issues and profits of my real estate situate at Tickhill aforesaid are hereinbefore
directed to be paid to her and from and immediately after the decease
of my said daughter then as to the same fourth part or the capital thereof
upon trust for such child and children of my said daughter Eliza Percy
(except my said grandson William Glanville Percy) then living and such
issue then living of such child or children of my said daughter then
dead (except as aforesaid) as tenants in common such issue if any
deceased chidl to take amongst them only the share or shares which
their deceased parent or parents would have been entitled to if living
as to for and concerning one other fourth part thereof upon trust to
pay to or retain the same in trust for the benefit of my said son Edward
Glanville in manner hereinafter mentioned and as to for and concerning
one other fourth part thereof in trust for my nephew William Glanville
Boyre his executor administrators and assigns And as to for and concerning
the remaining fourth part thereof in trust for such child or children
of my said daughter Eliza Percy living at the decease or marriage of my
said wife (whichever event first happen except my said grandson
William Glanville Percy) and such issue living of any child or children
of my said daughter then dead as tenants in common the issue of any deceased
child to take amongst them the share only which their deceased parent
or parents would have been entitled to if living and I direct that the fourth
part or share of my said trust monies and also the said sum of ten pounds
hereinbefore give to my said son Edward Glanville shall be paid to him
in small sums of money not exceeding the sum of two pounds at one
payment and that four weeks shall intervene between each payment
provided and I declare that if my said trustees or trustee for the time being
shall at any time or time during the widowhood of my said wife consider
that the rents interest income and annual produce hereinbefore bequeathed
to her of my real and personal estates are inadequate for her comfortable
maintenance and support and for payment of my just debts funeral
and testamentary expenses and the expenses of keeping my said
real estates in good and tenantable repair and adequately insured
against fire then and in such case and so often as the same shall happen
I empower my trustees or trustee for the time being (notwithstanding
the trusts hereinbefore contained) to raise any such sum or sums of
money which they or he shall deem requisite by selling mortgaging
or calling in any part of my said residuary real and personal estate
(except my money in the funds) or any part or parts thereof by
all or any of those means as to my trustees or trustee shall seem
expedient and to pay the money so raised or such part of parts thereof
as they or he shall from time to time think requisite to or for the beneft
of my said wife or in payments of my said debts funeral and testamentary
expenses and the expenses of keeping my said real estate in good
and tenantable repair and adequately insured against fide and I declare
that any mortgage which may be made during the life of my said
wife by my said trustees or trustee for the time being under the provision
last aforesaid shall not invalidated any of the powers of sale hereinbefore
give to my said trustees but such powers shall and may be exercised
in such and the same manner as if no such mortgage had been made
or created and I declare that the receipts or receipt of my said trustees
or trustee for the time being shall be sufficient discharges for the same
and from all liability to see to the application thereof and I declare that no
purchaser or mortgagee shall be obliged to ascertain the occurrance or existance
of any event or purpose in or for which a sale mortgage or charge as hereinbefore
directed to be made nor to enquire into or take notice of any matter
connected with the propriety or regularity of any sale mortgage or
charge I devise to my said trustees and their heirs all the estates
vested in me as mortgage or trustee subject to the equities and upon
the trusts affecting the same and in case my said trustees or either of
them shall die in my lifetime or shall on my decease renounce the trusts
of my will or in case any trustee for the time being shall die or become
unwilling or unable to act or shall cease to reside in England then I
empower my said wife during her widowhood after her death or
marriage then the surviving or continuing trustee or in default of
any such then the retiring trustee or the executors or administrators
of the deceased trustee as the case may be by any writing to nominate
a new trustee or new trustees for the purpose of filling such
vacancy or vacancies and such new trustree or trustees hereby appointed And I
direct that the respective trustees for the time being of this my will shall be
responsible only for much money as shall come to the respective hands
and they they shall not be answerable for the involuntary losses for the the acts
deeds or defaults of each other and I empower my trustees to reain and allow to
each other the costs and expenses incurred in the execution of the trusts of this my
will or in relation thereto and I revoke all former and other wills by me made
In witness I the said William Glanville the testator have to this my last will and testament
contained in ten sheets of paper set my hand to each and every sheet thereof thus
sixteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty
two - William Glanville - Signed published and declared by the said William
Glanville the testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of
us who present at the same time in his presence at his request in the presence
of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the interlineations
in the first firth seventh eighth and ninth sheets being first made
John Collinson - John Noyner.

     On 9 July 1878 The London Gazette listed:
WILLIAM GLANVILLE, Deceased.
Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22 and 23 Victoria, chapter 35, intituled '' An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees."
NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any debts, claims, or demands against the estate of William Glanville, late of Doncaster, in the county of York, Gentleman (who died on the 20th day of April. 1842, and whose will was proved in the Exchequer and Prerogative Court of York, and also in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, on the 2oth day of July, 1842, and 5th day of November, 1842, respectively, by Thomas Walker, Esq , and George Clarke Walker the younger, the executors therein named), are required to send in particulars of their debts, claims, or demands to the said executors, at the offices of Messrs, Collinson, Littlewood, and Packin, No. 23, Priory-place, in Doncaster, in the said county of York, on or before the 1st day of August, 1878, after which day the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims, or demands of which they shall then have had notice; and the said executors will not be liable for the assets so distributed, or any part thereof, to any person or persons of whose debts, claims, or demands they shall not then have had notice.—Dated this 29th day of June, 1878.
COLLINSON, LTTTLEWOOD, and PARKIN, Doncaster, Solicitors to the said Executors.

Address(es), Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William was a shipwright on 22 September 1810.
  • As of 1825, William Glanville lived at Doncaster, YKS, ENG.
  • William was an officer in yeomanry on 6 June 1841.
  • He and Ann Smith appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Spring Gardens, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; both with recorded age 55. 5yr old William Percy with them, being a son of the marriage in 1835 of Eliza Glanville to David Percy.

Family

Ann Smith b. 1790, d. Nov 1876
Children

Elizabeth Cruys

Female, ID #9004, b. before 1791

Alternate Names

     She was also known as Elizabeth Cruwys. She was also known as Elizabeth Cruse. Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Cruys was born before 1791.
     She married William Glanville on 29 January 1811 at Honiton on Otter, DEV, ENG, 29 Jan Wllm Glanvill and Elizabeth Cruys.

Family

William Glanville b. b 1791

William Glanville

Male, ID #9005, b. before 1791

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 1791.
     He married Elizabeth Cruys on 29 January 1811 at Honiton on Otter, DEV, ENG, 29 Jan Wllm Glanvill and Elizabeth Cruys.

Family

Elizabeth Cruys b. b 1791

Elizabeth Wilcocks

Female, ID #9006, b. between 1763 and 1764

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Wilcocks was born between 1763 and 1764.
     She married William Glanville on 18 August 1816 at Cheriton Fitzpaine, DEV, ENG, Wm Glanvill of this parish and Elizabeth Wilcocks of this parish.
     She was buried on 7 November 1837 at St Mary parish church, Cheriton Fitzpaine, DEV, ENG, recorded age 73.

Family

William Glanville b. b 1796

William Glanville

Male, ID #9007, b. before 1796

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 1796.
     He married Elizabeth Wilcocks on 18 August 1816 at Cheriton Fitzpaine, DEV, ENG, Wm Glanvill of this parish and Elizabeth Wilcocks of this parish.

Family

Elizabeth Wilcocks b. bt 1763 - 1764

Elizabeth Avery

Female, ID #9010, b. circa 1800

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanfield.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Avery was born circa 1800 at Down St Mary, DEV, ENG.
     She married William Glanfield, son of William Glanfield and Hannah Harding, on 19 October 1824 at Down St Mary, DEV, ENG.

Address(es), Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Elizabeth Avery and William Glanfield appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 40.
  • Elizabeth Avery and William Glanfield appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Coleford Village, Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 50. With them apprentices Aaron Sampson 19 and John Avery 25.
  • Elizabeth Avery and William Glanfield appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 61. 9 yr old grandson Frederick William Glanfield with them, born Marylebone.
  • Elizabeth Avery appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Glenfelde House, Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; recorded age 71, widowed. Grandson George Aaron Sampson with her, recorded age 7, scholar born Camden Town, Mddx.

Family

William Glanfield b. 1799, d. Dec 1867
Children

William Glanfield

Male, ID #9011, b. 1799, d. December 1867
FatherWilliam Glanfield (b 1761 - )
MotherHannah Harding (b 1764 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanfield was born in 1799 at Sandford, DEV, ENG.
     He was baptized on 14 May 1799 at Sandford, DEV, ENG, William S: of William and Hannah Glanvil.
     He married Elizabeth Avery on 19 October 1824 at Down St Mary, DEV, ENG, (19 October 1824 age calculated as 25 years.)
     He died in December 1867 at Colebrooke, DEV, ENG.
     He was buried on 5 December 1867 at St Andrews parish church, Colebrooke, DEV, ENG, William Glanfield, abode Colebrooke, recorded age 68.

Address(es), Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William was a tailor, at baptism of son on 17 July 1825.
  • William was a tailor, at baptism of son on 25 September 1827.
  • William was a tailor, at baptism of son on 7 June 1830.
  • William was a tailor, at baptism of daughter on 19 August 1832.
  • William was a tailor, at baptism of daughter on 16 November 1834.
  • William was a tailor on 6 June 1841.
  • He and Elizabeth Avery appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 40.
  • William was a tailor, at marriage of son John on 19 June 1850.
  • William was a tailor on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Elizabeth Avery appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Coleford Village, Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 50. With them apprentices Aaron Sampson 19 and John Avery 25.
  • William was a tailorm, at marriage of son William on 12 October 1857.
  • William was a tailor on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Elizabeth Avery appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Colebrooke, DEV, ENG; both with recorded age 61. 9 yr old grandson Frederick William Glanfield with them, born Marylebone.
  • William was a tailor, at second marriage of son William on 9 July 1861.

Family

Elizabeth Avery b. c 1800
Children

Sarah Penny

Female, ID #9012, b. before 1814

Alternate Names

     As of 6 October 1834,her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Penny was born before 1814.
     She married William Glanville on 6 October 1834 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, William Glanville late of a parish mariner on board HM Ship Dublin and Sarah Penny of this parish.

Family

William Glanville b. b 1814

William Glanville

Male, ID #9013, b. before 1814

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 1814.
     He married Sarah Penny on 6 October 1834 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, William Glanville late of a parish mariner on board HM Ship Dublin and Sarah Penny of this parish.

Address(es), Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William was a mariner on HMS Dublin on 6 October 1834.

Family

Sarah Penny b. b 1814

Christopher Mayne

Male, ID #9014, b. before 1603

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Christopher Mayne was born before 1603.
     He married Wilmet Glanville on 22 January 1623 at Stokeinteignhead, DEV, ENG.

Family

Wilmet Glanville b. b 1603

Wilmet Glanville

Female, ID #9015, b. before 1603

Alternate Names

     As of 22 January 1623,her married name was Mayne.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Wilmet Glanville was born before 1603.
     She married Christopher Mayne on 22 January 1623 at Stokeinteignhead, DEV, ENG.

Family

Christopher Mayne b. b 1603

Johes Soper

Male, ID #9016, b. before 1536

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Johes Soper was born before 1536.
     He married Wilmet Glanville on 18 August 1556 at Bovey Tracey, DEV, ENG.

Family

Wilmet Glanville b. b 1536

Wilmet Glanville

Female, ID #9017, b. before 1536

Alternate Names

     As of 18 August 1556,her married name was Soper.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Wilmet Glanville was born before 1536.
     She married Johes Soper on 18 August 1556 at Bovey Tracey, DEV, ENG.

Family

Johes Soper b. b 1536

Joseph Saunders

Male, ID #9018, b. before 1636

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Joseph Saunders was born before 1636.
     He married Wilmet Glanville on 21 April 1656 at Crediton, DEV, ENG.

Family

Wilmet Glanville b. b 1636

Wilmet Glanville

Female, ID #9019, b. before 1636

Alternate Names

     As of 21 April 1656,her married name was Saunders.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Wilmet Glanville was born before 1636.
     She married Joseph Saunders on 21 April 1656 at Crediton, DEV, ENG.

Family

Joseph Saunders b. b 1636

Bartholomew Handford

Male, ID #9020, b. before 1597

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bartholomew Handford was born before 1597.
     He married Wilmet Glanville on 20 August 1617 at Whitestone, DEV, ENG.

Family

Wilmet Glanville b. b 1597

Wilmet Glanville

Female, ID #9021, b. before 1597

Alternate Names

     As of 20 August 1617,her married name was Handford.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Wilmet Glanville was born before 1597.
     She married Bartholomew Handford on 20 August 1617 at Whitestone, DEV, ENG.

Family

Bartholomew Handford b. b 1597

Johanna Tricke

Female, ID #9022, b. before 1528

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Johanna Tricke was born before 1528.
     She married William Glanville on 5 August 1548 at St John parish church, Bradworthy, DEV, ENG, Wm Glabvyll mied Johan Tricke 5 Aug.

Family

William Glanville b. b 1528

William Glanville

Male, ID #9023, b. before 1528

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 1528.
     He married Johanna Tricke on 5 August 1548 at St John parish church, Bradworthy, DEV, ENG, Wm Glabvyll mied Johan Tricke 5 Aug.

Family

Johanna Tricke b. b 1528

Mary Morrish

Female, ID #9024, b. before 1778

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Morrish was born before 1778.
     She married Richard Glanville on 10 April 1798 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     They could be the parents of the Rev John Glanville born 1799-1800 Plymouth.

Family

Richard Glanville b. b 1778

Richard Glanville

Male, ID #9025, b. before 1778

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Richard Glanville was born before 1778.
     He married Mary Morrish on 10 April 1798 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     They could be the parents of the Rev John Glanville born 1799-1800 Plymouth.

Family

Mary Morrish b. b 1778

John Halfyard

Male, ID #9026, b. before 1763

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Halfyard was born before 1763.
     He married Ann Glanville on 20 October 1783 at Whimple, DEV, ENG.

Family

Ann Glanville b. b 1763

Ann Glanville

Female, ID #9027, b. before 1763

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Halfyard.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Glanville was born before 1763.
     She married John Halfyard on 20 October 1783 at Whimple, DEV, ENG.

Family

John Halfyard b. b 1763

John Boyes

Male, ID #9028, b. before 1664

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Boyes was born before 1664.
     He married Dorothy Glanville on 1 January 1684 at Marldon, DEV, ENG.

Family

Dorothy Glanville b. b 1664

Dorothy Glanville

Female, ID #9029, b. before 1664

Alternate Names

     As of 1 January 1684,her married name was Boyes.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Dorothy Glanville was born before 1664.
     She married John Boyes on 1 January 1684 at Marldon, DEV, ENG.

Family

John Boyes b. b 1664

Philip Chilcott

Male, ID #9030, b. before 1697

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Philip Chilcott was born before 1697.
     He married Frances Glanville on 21 July 1717 at Shobrooke, DEV, ENG.

Family

Frances Glanville b. b 1697