Isabella Glanville

Female, #1111, born circa February 1875
FatherRichard Glanville born c May 1847, died c Nov 1908
MotherMary Watson born bt 1849 - 1850, died c Nov 1889

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Isabella Glanville was born circa February 1875 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. She was the daughter of Richard Glanville and Mary Watson.

Other information

     Her married name was Coates.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, King St, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 6, living with her parents

Mary Maria Glanville

Female, #1112, born circa November 1876
FatherRichard Glanville born c May 1847, died c Nov 1908
MotherMary Watson born bt 1849 - 1850, died c Nov 1889

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Maria Glanville was born circa November 1876 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. Cleator Moor recorded in 1911 census. She was the daughter of Richard Glanville and Mary Watson. Mary Maria Glanville married James Eldon circa February 1896 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Eldon. Mary Maria Glanville was also known as Mary A.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, King St, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 4, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, a pupil teacher
  • 5 April 1891, 21 Herritage Street, Rishton, LAN, ENG, recorded age 14, boarding with George and Ann Howarth
  • 2 April 1911, Wallsend, NBL, ENG, his age recorded 37, hers 34

Family

James Eldon born bt 1873 - 1874

Lydia Glanville

Female, #1113, born circa August 1878
FatherRichard Glanville born c May 1847, died c Nov 1908
MotherMary Watson born bt 1849 - 1850, died c Nov 1889

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Lydia Glanville was born circa August 1878 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. She was the daughter of Richard Glanville and Mary Watson.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, King St, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 2, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, a scholar
  • 5 April 1891, 7 Kings Street, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 12, living with her father

Ann Glaister

Female, #1114, born between 1837 and 1838, died circa February 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Glaister was born between 1837 and 1838 at Bolton, LAN, ENG; Preston recorded in 1871 census. She married William Glanville, son of Oliver Glanville and Maria Strongman, on 21 July 1856 at Cleator, CUL, ENG. Ann Glaister died circa February 1911 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; recorded age 73.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his recorded age 28, hers 25
  • 2 April 1871, 76 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 37, hers 32
  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 43, as a widow
  • 3 April 1881, a laundress (not domestic)
  • 5 April 1891, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 55
  • 31 March 1901, 38 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 64, widowed

Family

William Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
Children

William Glanville

Male, #1115, born between 1830 and 1831, died before 3 April 1881
FatherOliver Glanville born 1805, died c Nov 1857
MotherMaria Strongman born bt 1812 - 1813, died c Aug 1870

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born between 1830 and 1831 at Lonan, IOM, ENG; Laxey recorded in 1861 census. England recorded in 1841 census. He was the son of Oliver Glanville and Maria Strongman. William Glanville was baptized on 13 February 1831 at Lonan, IOM, ENG; parents named Oliver and Moriah nee Strongman. He married Ann Glaister on 21 July 1856 at Cleator, CUL, ENG. William Glanville died before 3 April 1881.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Ballamoore, Patrick, IOM, ENG, recorded age 9, living with his parents
  • 30 March 1851, an iron ore miner
  • 30 March 1851, Cleator Village, CUL, ENG, recorded age 18, living with his parents
  • 7 April 1861, an iron ore miner
  • 7 April 1861, Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his recorded age 28, hers 25
  • 2 April 1871, 76 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 37, hers 32
  • 2 April 1871, an iron ore miner

Family

Ann Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911
Children

John Glanville

Male, #1116, born circa February 1857, died 6 August 1908
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
MotherAnn Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born circa February 1857 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. He was the son of William Glanville and Ann Glaister. John Glanville was baptized on 22 February 1857 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; parents named William and Ann Glanville. He married Mary Ellen Graves circa November 1880 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; Mary Ellen Grives and Mary Ellen Holmes both marriage this district and quarter with same GRO Reference as John. John Glanville died on 6 August 1908 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; recorded age 52.
Information recorded:
Whitehaven News
3rd September 1908
Inquest At Cleator Moor
Registrar Refuses To Give A Burial Certificate
Mr. Gavan-Duffy Protests
On Saturday afternoon last at one o'clock Mr. G. L. Skerry, Coroner for the lordship of Egremont, held an inquiry in the Court House, Cleator Moor, touching the death of Mr. John Glanville, which took place at Fletcher-street, Cleator Moor, on the 27th August.
Deceased was a miner, and met with an accident on Thursday, 6th August, from a fall of stone whilst at work at Messrs. Cammell and Co.'s Mowbray Pit, Frizington. He returned to work on Friday and Saturday. On the following day (Sunday) he complained of feeling unwell and on Tuesday Dr. Byers's assistant was called in. Deceased gradually grew worse, and died on the 27th as above stated. A certificate was given by Dr. Byers to the effect that deceased died from pneumonia, but on this being sent to the Registrar he refused to grant a certificate of burial, it being within his knowledge that deceased had met with an accident whilst following his employment. Mr. William Leck, His Majesty's Inspector of Mines, was present, as also were Mr. T. Gavan Duffy on behalf of the relatives; Mr. Isaac Walker, manager of the Mowbray Pit, representing the Company, and Dr. Byers, who made the post-mortem examination.
Mr. Charles Gowan was chosen foreman of the jury.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Glanville, widow of deceased, gave evidence of identification.
By the Coroner; Deceased was 52 years of age and was an iron-ore miner working at Messrs. Cammell's Mowbray Pit, Frizington. He died on Thursday morning, the 27th inst. He came home about 3.30 on Thursday, 6th August, with his leg crushed and side bruised. He was generally home about ten minutes to three. His shift ended at two o'clock. When he arrived home he took off his clothes and asked for some water to wash his leg. He said there had been a fall at the pit and he had caught his side. He took no dinner and afterwards went to bed. I washed and dressed his leg, which was all cut at the front and bruised at the back. The skin was all broken right down from his knee to his foot. After washing it with clean water she put some ointment on it. It was an ointment he made himself. He was very sick directly he came home, and vomited phlegm, and also said to me "I have not told you the worst." He stayed in bed until morning, and did not take any food on rising. He was in good health previous to the accident, and before leaving for work at 5.10 had had a cup of tea, an egg, and a piece of bread and butter. He had nothing in the nature of a cold about him. Next morning (Friday) he got up about 4.30, and had a cup of tea but eat nothing on account of feeling so sick, and went out to work at 5.30. There were bruises on his left side and right shoulder. He complained of his leg on Thursday and said nothing about his side until Saturday, and she did not see it until Monday. He came home from work on Friday about three o'clock, washed, had a little dinner, and went to bed. He did not make a practice of going to bed every day after coming from work. He went to bed on Friday to rest his leg. At six o'clock he got up to have a cup of tea. He complained of his leg, so I washed and bathed it again and at 9.30 he went back again to bed. He did not get anything to drink. He had been teetotal for a long time, and belonged to the Salvation Army. On Saturday he rose at 3.30 and left for the pit at 4.30. He had a cup of tea and a fried egg. He was always complaining of being very sore all over his body. He came from the pit at twelve o'clock and reached home at one o'clock. After washing himself he went to bed; and did not get up until 7.30. He rose on Sunday morning, and had breakfast and then went back to bed again. He generally went to a place of worship on Sunday morning, but on this morning he said he was so lame and sore that he couldn't go. He had some tea on Sunday morning, but ate no dinner. He had a little cake at tea and went to a place of worship on Sunday night. He was in bed all day on Monday, and did not go back to work. On Tuesday I sent for the doctor, and he said he had got a little chill. Dr. Byer's assistant attended until Dr. Byers himself came on the following Saturday. It would be two years ago since he had had a illness of inflammation, and he was attended at that time by Dr. Byers. He had ailed nothing since he had the illness above stated.
By the Foreman: I showed the doctor the bruises when he came on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Leck: Was it on Thursday or Saturday afternoon your husband said he would not tell you the worst?
Witness: Saturday.
Mr. T. Gavan-Duffy: On the day of the accident the fact of him arriving home 40 minutes late might be due to the fact of him having to limp home?
Witness: Yes.
Mr. T. Gavan-Duffy: Did Dr. Byer's assistant examine you husband's leg and shoulder? — No.
What sort of certificate did Dr. Byers assistant give you? — The usual one, stating Glanville (her husband) was unable to work.
Was that accepted by the manager at the pit? — No, it was sent back.
Did you get another certificate? — Yes.
What was stated on that certificate? — A relapse of influenza.
Had you husband ever had influenza in his life before? — No.
In answer to Mr. Leck you said it was Saturday your husband made the remark that he would not tell you the worst. Was it not Thursday? — Yes, it was Thursday.
In further evidence witness stated she had eight children alive, five of whom had been dependent upon deceased. He was always anxious to work, and eager to get back although injured. The ointment she gave him would not give him influenza.
John Pickering, iron-ore miner, residing at 103, Frizington-road, Frizington, said he worked with deceased at Mowbray Pit. There were two labourers named Samuel Nicholson and Isaac Williamson working with Glanville and himself. On the 6th August he was working in No. 9 Company. There was no fall of metal on Thursday. There was a fall of metal on Wednesday hard beside where he was working. He was certain the fall took place on Wednesday, and no one was injured. On Thursday, Glanville was putting in a "prop" to support the roof when two or three loose stones knocked the "prop" from his hand and he fell down. He did not appear to be much hurt. One stone grazed the side of his leg, and the prop did not strike him as far as he saw. The stone seemed to fall quite softly, and might be about two feet square. I had to shift the stone to get his foot loose. The fall was not sufficient to bruise his side. He said his leg was rather stiff, but he was no worse. He had cord trousers on and they were out at the knee. The two labourers, Samuel Nicholson and Isaac Williamson, were present when the accident happened, and I was close behind him. It was a loose bank of stones, two or thereof the pieces projecting out. The fall might have been caused by Glanville whilst putting in the prop. The fall of stones knocked the prop out of Glanville's hand. Deceased had complained of a cold a fortnight before, and at the time of the accident it was still noticeable. I saw deceased again at work on Friday and Saturday. He complained very little and only said his leg was a little stiff. He did not complain of injuries to his side and shoulders. He worked a usual on Friday and Saturday, and I expected him at work on Monday.
By the Foreman: The size of the props we were putting in was 8ft. The stone which fell was from a loose bank of stones at the side.
By Mr. Leck: He was standing in the top of the bank of stones, and it was possible his standing on these stones caused them to roll down. There was no fall from the roof, only from the heap of stones.
At this stage Mr. Leck produced a rough sketch for the information of the jury, clearly showing the nature of the ground where the accident occurred, the propping and the loose stone bank.
Mr. Gavan-Duffy: Can you tell us the weight of the stone which fell on Glanville? — No.
Can you reconcile the two different statements you made as to the cause of the accident? In answering the Corner, you said the accident might have been caused by Glanville putting in the prop, and in answering Mr. Leck you said it might have been caused through he
himself standing on the loose bank of stones, and causing the stones to roll down. Which of these statements are true? — Witness: The first one maybe.
Do you think the last one may be? — Yes.
Do you think neither of them might be? — I don't know.
Before you came here to give evidence affecting a widow and a number of little children, you ought at least to try and be something definite.
You said Glanville complained of a cold to you. Why should he complain to you? Have you any medical knowledge? — No.
You also said you heard deceased coughing a bit? Did you give him anything to cure it? — No.
In your evidence in chief you stated that on Friday and Saturday Glanville had his bait. What did his bait consist of? — I don't know.
Do you seriously want the jury to believe that you watched him eating his bait, and did not know what it was? — I didn't take much notice.
In further evidence witness said there was a good fall on Wednesday as much as they could fill for two days.
Samuel Nichol, miner's labourer, 77, Ennerdale Road, Cleator Moor, said he was working in No. 9 Company on the 6th August. He saw two or three stones falling down and Glanville fell. He was about four yards away. He did not see the prop give way. He came up to Glanville when he fell. He was sitting on the ground. The stone was lying on his leg. I think Mr. Pickering took the stone off and Glanville got up and walked away. He did not say he was hurt. Mr. Pickering asked him if he was any worse and he said no. I did not notice his trousers leg torn.
By the Foreman: I only heard the fall of stone.
By a Juryman: He finished his bait on Friday and Saturday.
By Mr. Leck: I heard a fall and I then came in to see what was up. The prop was lying alongside of him.
Mr. Isaac Walker, Pardshaw, manager at Messrs. Cammell's Mowbray Pit, said he saw Glanville when he came up the pit. He said he very near got his leg broken but he was no worse. He didn't limp nor did he loose his breeches to let me look at his leg. He did not report the accident.
Mr. Leck: The Act only provides for reporting accidents of a serious personal nature. — Witness: Yes.
Mr. Gavan-Duffy objected to the Coroner admitting the conversation between the deceased and the manager as evidence at that inquest. The Coroner thought it might be admitted as a conversation.
Mr. Duffy said he did not wish to throw any doubt about the accuracy of what Mr. Walker said, but he did strongly object to any conversation relating to deceased which took place without the presence of a third party being admitted as evidence.
Dr. Byers, Cleator, said he first saw Glanville on the 22nd August. His assistant had been attending him before. He had attended deceased for small ailments. He was a healthy man. On the 22nd he went to see him. He was evidently very poorly; and on examination found him to be suffering from pneumonia on the right side of the chest. I visited him two or three times a day and prescribed medicine. He died about twenty minutes past six on the 27th August. Since then he had made a post-mortem examination and found that there were three recent scars on the leg. The chest discolouration was very great. The heart was dislocated and the muscle showed fatty degeneration. The right lung was full of pneumonia. On the left side there were adhesions proving that deceased had had pleurisy. The whole lung was slightly congested as it naturally would be. Pneumonia was the ultimate cause of death. There is no doubt that after an injury a man is in a debilitated condition and more liable to wake any disease. There was no sign of influenza.
A Juryman: Why isn't Dr. Byer's assistant here to give evidence?
Dr. Byers: He is at present in Liverpool.
Mr. Gavan Duffy: Is he still issuing certificates?
Did you ever hear of a case of a man having a relapse of a disease he never had? — No.
Was it likely for a case of influenza to drift into pneumonia? — It was possible.
Did you make the post-mortem examination this morning? — Yes.
On what authority did you make the post-mortem examination? Did you ask permission of the family? — It had been arranged.
Arranged by whom? — I went to make the examination, and there was no objection.
Is it customary for a doctor, the accuracy of whose certificate of death is in dispute, to make a post-mortem examination without asking for or obtaining the assistance of another doctor?
The Coroner (interposing): Dr. Byers made the post-mortem examination at my request.
Dr. Byers: I am sorry if I did anything wrong.
Mr. Gavan Duffy: I wish to enter the strongest possible protest against what has been done. Some notice at least might have been given to us of the intention to hold a post-mortem examination, so that we may have had if necessary an independent medical man.
The Coroner: Yes, you have a perfect right to have an independent medical man at the post-mortem examination, and it is not too late yet.
Gavan Duffy: Yes, it is. You have issued a certificate of burial, and the final arrangements for the funeral have been carried out.
The Coroner: If you are wishful in future to have notice in a case where a post-mortem is deemed necessary, you can have it.
Mr. Gavan Duffy: We are quite entitled to that.
The Coroner said he would instruct the police in future to send Mr. Gavan Duffy notice.
The Coroner, in summing up, said this was a rather more difficult case than usual to place before a jury. Dr. Byers attended deceased since the 22nd August, and certified to the registrar that death was due to pneumonia. The registrar having in some way thought that this man met with an accident did not care to register the death without communicating with him. On hearing of this I wrote to Inspector Whiteside on the matter, and he told me that death was due to pneumonia, but that he had had an accident in Mowbray Pit some time ago, and Dr. Byers was not able to say if there was any connection between the accident and immediate cause of death. The fact seems to be he met with an accident on the 6th of August and hurt his leg. There was no evidence of his complaining to anyone else. He worked on the following Friday and Saturday. It is quite possible that the shock of the injury left him in a state that he would easily contract pneumonia. Dr. Byers' assistant had certified when giving a certificate that he was suffering from an attack in the nature of influenza. It was quite possible those were symptoms he had then. Pneumonia might have been accelerated from the shock of the accident. Dr. Byers has found no evidence to-day that the injuries were the direct cause of death.
The jury retired to consider their verdict, and found that death was due to pneumonia, but whether the accident he met with on the 6th August at Mowbray Pit was the direct cause the jury could not state.
The jurymen gave their fees to the widow.

Other information

     John Glanville and Mary Ellen Graves had 10 children by the 1911 census, two having died by that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 5, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1871, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 14, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1871, a nipper in pit
  • 3 April 1881, an iron ore miner
  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 23, hers 20. Living with John's widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, an iron ore miner
  • 5 April 1891, 24 North Street, Cleator, CUL, ENG, both with recorded age 34
  • 31 March 1901, an iron ore miner
  • 31 March 1901, 160 & 161 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 44, hers 40

Family

Mary Ellen Graves born bt 1860 - 1861, died c Feb 1925
Children

Mary Ellen Graves

Female, #1117, born between 1860 and 1861, died circa February 1925

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Ellen Graves was born between 1860 and 1861 at SCT; Carlisle recorded in 1911 census. She married John Glanville, son of William Glanville and Ann Glaister, circa November 1880 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; Mary Ellen Grives and Mary Ellen Holmes both marriage this district and quarter with same GRO Reference as John. Mary Ellen Graves died circa February 1925 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; recorded age 63.

Other information

     Mary Ellen Graves was also known as Grives registered at marriage. Mary Ellen Graves was also known as Mary Eleanor. Her married name was Glanville. She and John Glanville had 10 children by the 1911 census, two having died by that date.
The Whitehaven News published:
Workmen's Compensation
Glanville v. Cammell, Laird, & Co.
Mary Eleanor Glanville, widow, Ennerdale Road, Cleator Moor, claimed £300 from Messers. Cammell, Laird, & Co., Workington, as compensation for the death of her husband, John Glanville, iron ore miner.
This was a case adjourned from last Court. For the plaintiff the allegation was that deceased died from pneumonia, supervening on a common cold, which he had upon him on August 27th, when he was hurt while at work in the pit; and that the pneumonia was induced as a result of the injury. It was a case wholly turning on the medical evidence, and as an important medical witness who attended the deceased in his illness was not available at least Court, having left the district, His Honour adjourned the case for his production and in order that His Honour might have the assistance of Dr. Tawse, the medical assessor of the Court.
Mr. Lightfoot was for the plaintiff, and Mr. Chapman for the defendants.
Dr. William Cunningham Dennison said that in August last year he was locum tenans for Dr. Byers, Cleator Moor. On the 11th August he was called to the house of the deceased, John Glanville. He found deceased sitting in the kitchen. He complained of feeling ill, but of no injury: simply pains in the head, body, and limbs. He said he started with a cold two or three days before, and on the Thursday he had a shivering fit in the pit. He admitted he fell down, but made nothing of it. Witness examined his temperature, and found it raised, and ordered him to bed at once; and then examined his chest. There was no trace of injury. Examining by percussion, he found an enlarged heart. With the exception of bronchitis there was nothing wrong with the chest. He examined the feet and found no swelling. He did not examine the legs above the ankles. He concluded the patient was suffering from influenza. Witness attended deceased from the 11th until the 21st. The pneumonia supervened in an ordinary way, and not as the result of any contusion.
Cross-examined: It was admitted deceased died from pneumonia. Dr. Byers, on the 22nd, found deceased suffering from pneumonia. Witness on the 21st did not find pneumonia. When witness left this district six months ago he heard nothing more of the case until four weeks ago. He had no memoranda to refresh his memory. He was able to speak with confidence of his recollection of this case. Before witness left the district he heard nothing of any accident. He had started to examine the deceased's chest, back and front, in the presence of the wife; and then he sent the woman out of the room as she was disturbing him. Witness was prepared to say that when the wife said he never in her presence examined the deceased's body, the wife was wrong. If there had been injury to the chest he would certainly have attached importance to it, in the condition the man was in. He did not agree that pneumonia would supervene on a common cold from injury to the chest that was imperceptible; but any injury would be dangerous in the debilitated condition of the deceased from alcoholic heart.
Dr. Byers, Cleator, said he was doctor for the men in the same employ as the deceased. He was called to deceased on the 22nd August, who told him he had fallen in the pit on his right shoulder. Witness examined deceased's body but found no trace of injury. He examined his chest and found he was suffering from pneumonia of the right lung. With attended deceased until he died, and gave a death certificate that the man died from pneumonia. There was nothing abnormal about the case; it was an ordinary case of pneumonia. He made a post-mortem and found that the heart was enlarged and fatty. The base of the right lung was pneumonic; the rest of the right lung congested but not pneumonic. There were old adhesions, pointing to diaphragmatic pleurisy.
Cross-examined: There was nothing either in life or in post-mortem to indicate that the pneumonia was the result of contusion. He should have expected that the pneumonia would have been more extensive, and that there would have been pleurisy if the pneumonia resulted from contusion. If the man received his injury on the 6th August there might be no traces of them when witness examined the man on the 22nd August, sixteen days afterwards.
Re-examined: He should never have dreamt of giving a certificate if he had thought there was the slightest connection between an accident and death.
Mr. Lightfoot, addressing His Honour for the plaintiff, repudiated the suggestion that his client had brought this case to levy blackmail; and claimed for her the same bona-fides as he (Mr. Lightfoot) was quite willing to accord to Messers. Cammell, Laird, & Co. Dr. Dennison went away from the district without knowing that there had been an accident; but the first thing Dr. Byers learns when he comes to visit the man next day is that he had had an accident and fallen on his right shoulder. Was it not far more likely that those who were attending on deceased would have recollection of the fact that Dr. Dennison would, attending one of many cases, so many months ago?
His Honour said he had very carefully considered the case, and he was very glad indeed that he had the very great benefit of having Dr. Tawse to consult in the matter, because the medical evidence was of supreme importance in the case and it was necessary, he thought that County Court Judge should have the assistance of a skilled man sitting by his side. He found as a fact that death was not the result of the injuries. He found also that it was not proved to his satisfaction that the chest was injured by accident. The injury to the leg was trivial. He found that death did not partly result from the accident. That being so his judgment must be for the respondents. on 21 January 1909.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 23, hers 20. Living with John's widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, 24 North Street, Cleator, CUL, ENG, both with recorded age 34
  • 31 March 1901, 160 & 161 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 44, hers 40
  • 2 April 1911, living on private means
  • 2 April 1911, 165 Ennerdale Road, Cleator Moor, CUL, ENG, recorded age 50, widowed

Family

John Glanville born c Feb 1857, died 6 Aug 1908
Children

William Glanville

Male, #1118, born circa February 1870, died circa May 1935
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
MotherAnn Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born circa February 1870 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; Whitehaven registered. He was the son of William Glanville and Ann Glaister. William Glanville married Rebecca Miller circa August 1900 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG. William Glanville died circa May 1935 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; recorded age 65.

Other information

     William Glanville was also known as Glanvill. He and Rebecca Miller had 5 children by the 1911 census, 1 deceased by that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, 76 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 1, living with his parents
  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 12, living with his widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 21, living with his mother
  • 31 March 1901, an iron ore miner
  • 31 March 1901, 13 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, his recorded age 30, hers 20
  • 2 April 1911, an iron ore miner
  • 2 April 1911, 26 Ennerdale Road, Cleator Moor, CUL, ENG, his age recorded 40, hers 30

Family

Rebecca Miller born bt 1880 - 1881, died c Nov 1917
Children

Oliver Glanville

Male, #1119, born circa May 1872, died circa August 1939
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
MotherAnn Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Glanville was born circa May 1872 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. He was the son of William Glanville and Ann Glaister. Oliver Glanville died circa August 1939 at Whitehave registered, CUL, ENG; recorded age 67.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 9, living with his widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 19, living with his mother
  • 31 March 1901, an iron ore miner
  • 31 March 1901, 38 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 29, his widowed mother living with him
  • 2 April 1911, an iron ore miner, underground
  • 2 April 1911, 38 Ennerdale Road, Cleator Moor, CUL, ENG, recorded age 39. Widowed Maria Irving living with his as sister and housekeeper

Elizabeth Jane Glanville

Female, #1120, born circa November 1876
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
MotherAnn Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Jane Glanville was born circa November 1876 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. She was the daughter of William Glanville and Ann Glaister.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 38 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 4, living with her widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 14, living with her mother

Mary Glanville

Female, #1121, born circa February 1866
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1830 - 1831, died b 3 Apr 1881
MotherAnn Glaister born bt 1837 - 1838, died c Feb 1911

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born circa February 1866 at Cleator, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. She was the daughter of William Glanville and Ann Glaister.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, 76 Ennerdale Road, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 5, living with her parents
  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 3 April 1881, 155 Ennerdale Rd, Cleator, CUL, ENG, recorded age 15, in the household of John Kelly
  • 3 April 1881, a general domestic servant

Margaret Morrison

Female, #1122, born between 1830 and 1831, died circa May 1891

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Margaret Morrison was born between 1830 and 1831 at DOW, IRL. She married James Glanville, son of Oliver Glanville and Maria Strongman, on 5 November 1863 at Egremont, CUL, ENG; his age recorded 26, hers 20. Registered Whitehaven. Margaret Morrison died circa May 1891 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; with a recorded age of 62.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 November 1863, a servant
  • 2 April 1871, Castle Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 39, widowed
  • 2 April 1871, keeps a house
  • 3 April 1881, Lamb Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 50, as a widow
  • 3 April 1881, a charwoman domestic servant
  • 3 April 1881, Lamb Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 50, widow
  • 5 April 1891, 15 Church Street, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 62, widow, living as mother in law to Joseph and Sarah A Telford

Family

James Glanville born bt 1831 - 1833, died b 2 Apr 1871
Children

James Glanville

Male, #1123, born between 1831 and 1833, died before 2 April 1871
FatherOliver Glanville born 1805, died c Nov 1857
MotherMaria Strongman born bt 1812 - 1813, died c Aug 1870

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Glanville was born between 1831 and 1833 at IRL; given James was reported to be older than his 1831 baptised brother William (in the 1851 census), James was probably born slightly earlier than this. He was the son of Oliver Glanville and Maria Strongman. James Glanville married Margaret Morrison on 5 November 1863 at Egremont, CUL, ENG; his age recorded 26, hers 20. Registered Whitehaven. James Glanville died before 2 April 1871.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Ballamoore, Patrick, IOM, ENG, recorded age 11, living with his parents
  • 30 March 1851, an iron ore miner
  • 30 March 1851, Cleator Village, CUL, ENG, recorded age 20, living with his parents
  • 7 April 1861, an iron orer miner
  • 7 April 1861, Cleator Village, CUL, ENG, recorded age 28, living with his widowed mother
  • 5 November 1863, a miner

Family

Margaret Morrison born bt 1830 - 1831, died c May 1891
Children

Sarah Ann Glanville

Female, #1124, born between 1864 and 1865
FatherJames Glanville born bt 1831 - 1833, died b 2 Apr 1871
MotherMargaret Morrison born bt 1830 - 1831, died c May 1891

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Ann Glanville was born between 1864 and 1865 at Seg Hill, NBL, ENG. She was the daughter of James Glanville and Margaret Morrison. Sarah Ann Glanville married Joseph Telford circa May 1884 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Telford.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, Castle Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 6, living with her widowed mother
  • 3 April 1881, a domestic servant
  • 3 April 1881, Lamb Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 16, living with her widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, 15 Church Street, Egremont, CUL, ENG, his recorded age 27, hers 26

Family

Joseph Telford born bt 1863 - 1864

Oliver Glanville

Male, #1125, born circa August 1866, died circa August 1927
FatherJames Glanville born bt 1831 - 1833, died b 2 Apr 1871
MotherMargaret Morrison born bt 1830 - 1831, died c May 1891

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Glanville was born circa August 1866 at Egremont, CUL, ENG; registered Whitehaven. He was the son of James Glanville and Margaret Morrison. Oliver Glanville married Elizabeth Hunter on 13 April 1889 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG; Marriage of Oliver GLANVILLE
12 Apr 1889, solemized at the register office, the District of Whitehaven in the County of Cumberland.
Oliver GLANVILLE, 23 years, Bachelor, Iron Miner, Croft Terrace -
Egremont, James GLANVILLE (deceased), Iron Worker.
Elizabeth HUNTER, 20 years, Spinster, Domestic Servant, Coach Road -
Whitehaven, Edward HUNTER, Brickmaker.
Witnesses: John McGUFFIE and Mary Ann ATKINSON.
Oliver Glanville died circa August 1927 at Lanchester registered, DUR, ENG; recorded age 61.

Other information

     Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Hunter had 12 children by the 1911 census, 2 deceased by that date.
As of 18 November 1914, Oliver Glanville lived at 18 Sycamore Terrace, Annfield Plain, DUR, ENG; when his son Albert Smith enlisted and listed his father as next of kin.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, recorded age 4, living with his widowed mother
  • 3 April 1881, a blacksmith
  • 3 April 1881, Lamb Lane, Egremont, CUL, ENG, recorded age 14, living with his widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, Greencroft, DUR, ENG, his age recorded 24, hers 22
  • 31 March 1901, a coal pit deputy
  • 31 March 1901, South Pentop, Greencroft Within, DUR, ENG, his age recorded 34, hers 32
  • 2 April 1911, a colliery miner, hewer
  • 2 April 1911, 18 Sycamore Terrace, Annfield Plain, DUR, ENG, his recorded age 44, hers 42. 29yr old Robert Pattinson Hunter with them as brother in law

Family

Elizabeth Hunter born 9 Jun 1868, died c Feb 1950
Children

George Joseph Glanville

Male, #1126, born 23 May 1855, died 18 December 1899
FatherThomas Glanville born 3 Nov 1812, died 11 Dec 1890
MotherAnne Lee born 23 May 1820, died 13 Aug 1887

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Joseph Glanville was born on 23 May 1855 at Moate, WEM, IRL. He was the son of Thomas Glanville and Anne Lee. George Joseph Glanville married Elizabeth Adela Black circa November 1890 at Athlone registered, WEM, IRL. George Joseph Glanville died on 18 December 1899 at Moate, WEM, IRL, at age 44; recorded age 44, registered Athlone. He was buried on 20 December 1899 at St Mary's Church of Ireland, Moate, WEM, IRL.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, a draper
  • 3 April 1881, Market Place (Cloth Hall), Onchan, IOM, ENG, recorded age 25, in the household of Daniel Corrin

Family

Elizabeth Adela Black born c 1874
Children

Alfred G. Glanville

Male, #1127, born 13 October 1863
FatherWilliam T. Glanville born 4 Mar 1822
MotherMary Ann Newcombe born bt 1825 - 1828

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alfred G. Glanville was born on 13 October 1863 at Duke Street, Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG; registered Stoke Damerel. Devonport reported in 1891 cenesus. He was the son of William T. Glanville and Mary Ann Newcombe. Alfred G. Glanville was baptized on 28 December 1863 at St Mary, Devonport, DEV, ENG; 28 Dec Alfred of May Ann and William Glanville, abode Duke St Buildings, born 13th October.
No other entries on this page recorded the mothers named before the fathers.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, 31 Dock Wall Street, Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, recorded age 7, living with his parents
  • 3 April 1881, vessel "Philomel", at sea or foreign port, as an unmarried Ord Smn 2 Cls
  • 5 April 1891, Clarence Place, East Stonehouse, St Matthew, DEV, ENG, with a recorded age of 27, living with his parents
  • 5 April 1891, a seaman RN
  • 31 March 1901, labourer at electricity works
  • 31 March 1901, 9 Drake Street, St Mary Le Wigford, Lincoln, LIN, ENG, recorded age 38, brother in law to Thomas John and Isabella Mitchell
  • 2 April 1911, 43 Union Place, East Stonehouse, DEV, ENG, recorded age 48, widowed sister Jemima Farrell with him
  • 2 April 1911, a naval pensioner

William Glanville

Male, #1128, born January 1850
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1814 - 1815, died Aug 1859
MotherMary Ann Collins born bt 1823 - 1824, died 9 Feb 1907

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born in January 1850 at Callington, CON, ENG; registered St Germans. St Mellion also recorded. He was the son of John Glanville and Mary Ann Collins. William Glanville was baptized on 27 January 1850 at St Mellion, CON, ENG; parents John and Mary Ann. Callington recorded in 1881 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, a scholar
  • 7 April 1861, Green, Maker, CON, ENG, recorded age 11, living with his widowed mother
  • 3 April 1881, RN vessel "Victor Emanuel", at sea or foreign port, recorded age 31, unmarried
  • 3 April 1881, a leading stoker
  • 5 April 1891, Garrett Street, Rame, CON, ENG, recorded age 41, living with his remarried mother and her husband William Brown
  • 5 April 1891, a naval pensioner

Alfred William Glanville

Male, #1129, born 3 December 1854, died circa August 1918
FatherJames Cummings Glanville born Nov 1828, died 8 Feb 1898
MotherElizabeth Durham born bt 1829 - 1830

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alfred William Glanville was born on 3 December 1854 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG; registered Plymouth. He was the son of James Cummings Glanville and Elizabeth Durham. Alfred William Glanville was baptized on 17 December 1854 at Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Alfred William son of James Cummings and Elizabeth Glanville, abode 3 Tavistock Street, born December 3 1854. He married Elizabeth Adams circa August 1876 at Portsea Island registered, HAM, ENG. Alfred William Glanville married Florence Edith Knights circa February 1907 at Portsmouth registered, HAM, ENG. Alfred William Glanville died circa August 1918 at Portsmouth registered, HAM, ENG; recorded age 63.

Other information

     Alfred William Glanville was married 2 times.
As of 23 September 1885, Alfred William Glanville and Elizabeth Adams lived at 20 Prince George Street, Portsea, HAM, ENG; at bapism of daur Elsie. As of 4 May 1887, Alfred William Glanville and Elizabeth Adams lived at 43 Prince Georges Street, Portsea, HAM, ENG; at baptism of son. Alfred William Glanville and Florence Edith Knights had no children by the 1911 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, a scholar
  • 7 April 1861, Saltash Inn, 29 Saltash Street, Plymouth Charles the Martyr, DEV, ENG, recorded age 5, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1871, 35 Millbank Street, St Mary, Southampton, HAM, ENG, recorded age 16, living as nephew to Henry (30) and Emma J (26) Pinkstone
  • 2 April 1871, a boiler maker
  • 23 February 1877, an artificer RN at baptism of daughter
  • 15 August 1880, an artificer at baptism of son
  • 3 April 1881, vessel "Kestrel", at sea or foreign port, recorded age 28, married
  • 3 April 1881, an Engine Room Artificer
  • 23 September 1885, an E.R.A. R.N., at bapism of daur Elsie
  • 4 May 1887, a C.E.R.A. R.N.
  • 5 April 1891, a chief ERA
  • 5 April 1891, Royal Navy vessel Kite, HAM, ENG, recorded age 38, not on board
  • 5 April 1891, 9 Marlborough Row, Portsea, HAM, ENG, his age recorded 36, hers 37. 68 year old widowed Elizabeth Adam was their mother-in-law
  • 24 February 1892, a C.E.R.A., at baptism of son
  • 31 March 1901, 9 Marborough Row, Portsmouth, HAM, ENG, recorded age 48, widowed. Mother in law Elizabeth Adams living with him
  • 31 March 1901, chief E.R.A. R. Navy
  • 2 April 1911, a naval pensioner, chief ERA
  • 2 April 1911, Vernon, Abingdon Road, Southsea, HAM, ENG, his recorded age 56, hers 38

Family 1

Elizabeth Adams born b 1856, died b 1901
Children

Family 2

Florence Edith Knights born 1 Apr 1873, died c Nov 1959

Frances Janet Mailen

Female, #1130, born before 1909

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frances Janet Mailen was born before 1909. She married Jack Glanville in 1929 at Chase Co., KS, USA.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Jack Glanville born b 1909

Edwin A. J. Glanville

Male, #1131, born between 1856 and 1858, died 1889
FatherJohnson Glanville born 1825, died 9 May 1898
MotherMary Cocking born bt 1822 - 1823, died c Aug 1908

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edwin A. J. Glanville was born between 1856 and 1858 at Gwennap, CON, ENG; "Redlake" recorded in 1881 census - possible enumerators error for Redruth. He was the son of Johnson Glanville and Mary Cocking. Edwin A. J. Glanville died in 1889 at at sea.

Other information

     Edwin A. J. Glanville was also known as Edwin A. recorded in 1881 census. Edwin A. J. Glanville was also known as Edwin J. transcribed in 1871 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a farm servant
  • 2 April 1871, Refreshment House, Camborne, CON, ENG, recorded age 14, living with his parents
  • 3 April 1881, vessel "Modeste", at sea or foreign port, as an unmarried Carptrs Crews
  • 1889, a carpenters mate
  • 25 October 1889, The Times p3 reported Edwin A J Glanville, Carp. Mte. to be amongst those lost on H.M.S. Serpent wrecked off the Spanish coast

Tom Glanville

Male, #1132, born between 1857 and 1858
FatherWilliam Thomas Glanville born bt 1823 - 1824, died c May 1890
MotherAnn Searle Hitchcock born bt 1829 - 1830, died c Aug 1873

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Tom Glanville was born between 1857 and 1858 at St Mary Church, DEV, ENG; also recorded as Torquay. He was the son of William Thomas Glanville and Ann Searle Hitchcock.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, Happaway Court, St Mary Church, DEV, ENG, recorded age 3, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1871, pottery
  • 2 April 1871, Barton, St Mary Church, DEV, ENG, recorded age 15, living with his parents
  • 3 April 1881, vessel "Triumph", at sea or foreign port, as an unmarried able seaman

Oliver Thomas Glanville

Male, #1133, born 1836, died circa February 1913
FatherThomas Glanville born 23 Jun 1807, died Mar 1859
MotherElizabeth Collins born bt 1803 - 1804

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Thomas Glanville was born in 1836 at Lydney, GLS, ENG. He was the son of Thomas Glanville and Elizabeth Collins. Oliver Thomas Glanville was baptized on 5 August 1836 at the parish church, Lydney, GLS, ENG; parents named Thomas and Elizabeth Glanville. He married Emma Richards circa August 1863 at Chepstow registered, MON, WLS. Oliver Thomas Glanville died circa February 1913 at Cardiff registered, GLA, WLS; recorded age 71.

Other information

     Oliver Thomas Glanville witnessed the marriage of Charles Jones and Sarah Elizabeth Glanville on 4 December 1854 at Lydney, GLS, ENG; registered Chepstow, MON, WLS.
Both of full age, fathers named John Jones labourer, Thomas Glanville watchmaker. Witnesses Oliver Thomas Glanville and Mary Lewis. He was listed in the Post Office Directory
Lydney
Glanville Oliver Thomas, stationer in 1863.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Village of Newarne, Lydney, GLS, ENG, recorded age 5, living with his parents
  • 30 March 1851, a labourer at tin works
  • 30 March 1851, Lydney, GLS, ENG, recorded age 14, living with his parents
  • 7 April 1861, a mill man
  • 7 April 1861, Lydney, GLS, ENG, recorded age 23, living with his widowed mother
  • 2 April 1871, a railway porter
  • 2 April 1871, 2 Walls Row, Bedwelty, MON, WLS, his age recorded 29, hers 30
  • 3 April 1881, a general carrier
  • 3 April 1881, 4 Lady's Row, Trevithin, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 42
  • 5 April 1891, a railway agent
  • 5 April 1891, 63 Commercial Road (Waterloo Road), Trevithin, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 50
  • 31 March 1901, a railway carrier
  • 31 March 1901, 63 Bryn Terrace, Abersychan, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 60

Family

Emma Richards born bt 1838 - 1839
Children

Emma Richards

Female, #1134, born between 1838 and 1839

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Emma Richards was born between 1838 and 1839 at Cheltenham, GLS, ENG. She married Oliver Thomas Glanville, son of Thomas Glanville and Elizabeth Collins, circa August 1863 at Chepstow registered, MON, WLS.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, 2 Walls Row, Bedwelty, MON, WLS, his age recorded 29, hers 30
  • 3 April 1881, 4 Lady's Row, Trevithin, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 42
  • 5 April 1891, 63 Commercial Road (Waterloo Road), Trevithin, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 50
  • 31 March 1901, 63 Bryn Terrace, Abersychan, MON, WLS, both with recorded age 60

Family

Oliver Thomas Glanville born 1836, died c Feb 1913
Children

Emily Glanville

Female, #1135, born between 1869 and 1870
FatherOliver Thomas Glanville born 1836, died c Feb 1913
MotherEmma Richards born bt 1838 - 1839

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Emily Glanville was born between 1869 and 1870 at Ebbw Vale, MON, WLS. She was the daughter of Oliver Thomas Glanville and Emma Richards.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, 2 Walls Row, Bedwelty, MON, WLS, recorded age 2, living with her parents
  • 3 April 1881, 4 Lady's Row, Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 11, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, 63 Commercial Road (Waterloo Road), Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 22, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, a schoolmistress

Albert Edward Glanville

Male, #1136, born 24 May 1871, died circa May 1943
FatherOliver Thomas Glanville born 1836, died c Feb 1913
MotherEmma Richards born bt 1838 - 1839

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Albert Edward Glanville was born on 24 May 1871 at Ebbw Vale, MON, WLS; registered Bedwelty. He was the son of Oliver Thomas Glanville and Emma Richards. Albert Edward Glanville married Alice K. Powell on 15 January 1895 at Bedwelty, MON, WLS; Registered Bedwelty. His age recorded 26, hers 24, fathers named Olwen Thomas Glanville, Thomas Powell. Albert Edward Glanville died circa May 1943 at Birkenhead registered, CHS, ENG; recorded age 71.

Other information

     Albert Edward Glanville was also known as Granville registered at birth. He and Alice K. Powell had 2 children by the 1911 census, both still living at that date.
As of 29 September 1939, Albert Edward Glanville and Alice K. Powell lived at 46 Daffodil Road, Birkenhead, CHS, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 4 Lady's Row, Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 10, living with his parents
  • 5 April 1891, 63 Commercial Road (Waterloo Road), Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 19, living with his parents
  • 5 April 1891, a railway porter
  • 31 March 1901, a railway signalman
  • 31 March 1901, 41 Rose Cottage, Abersychan, MON, WLS, his age recorded 29, hers 31
  • 2 April 1911, a good railway foreman
  • 2 April 1911, 3 Factory Road, Brynmawr, BRE, WLS, his age recorded 40, hers 41
  • 29 September 1939, a railway chief goods foreman, retired

Family

Alice K. Powell born 31 Jan 1869, died c Feb 1950
Children

Kate Glanville

Female, #1137, born circa August 1877
FatherOliver Thomas Glanville born 1836, died c Feb 1913
MotherEmma Richards born bt 1838 - 1839

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Kate Glanville was born circa August 1877 at Abersychan, MON, WLS; registered Pontypool, Glamorgan. She was the daughter of Oliver Thomas Glanville and Emma Richards.

Other information

     Kate Glanville was also known as Katie recorded in 1891 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 4 Lady's Row, Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 3, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, 63 Commercial Road (Waterloo Road), Trevithin, MON, WLS, recorded age 13, living with her parents
  • 31 March 1901, a dressmaker
  • 31 March 1901, 63 Bryn Terrace, Abersychan, MON, WLS, recorded age 23, living with her parents

William Glanville

Male, #1138, born 1837

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born in 1837 at Hastings, SSX, ENG.

Other information

     He was granted a certificate of competency as Only Mate, giving his date and place of birth as 1837 Hastings on 19 August 1878.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, a mariner
  • 3 April 1881, 7 North Luton Pl, Cardiff, St Mary, GLA, WLS, recorded age 44, as a lodger in the household of Samuel Doidge

Jonathan Glanville

Male, #1139, born circa August 1855
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1813 - 1814, died b 1861
MotherEleanor Hallow born bt 1816 - 1817

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jonathan Glanville was born circa August 1855 at Troedyhrew, CGN, WLS; (Troedyraur). Feloch, Glamorgan recorded in 1861 census. Registered Merthyr Tydfil. He was the son of John Glanville and Eleanor Hallow. Jonathan Glanville married Elizabeth Jones on 28 January 1877 at Merthyr Tydfil, GLA, WLS; registered Merthyr Tydfil. His father named John Glanvell.

Other information

     Jonathan Glanville was also known as Glanvell registered at marriage.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, a boiler maker apprentice
  • 7 April 1861, 4 Jones' Square, Merthyr Tydfil, GLA, WLS, recorded age 6, living with his widowed mother
  • 3 April 1881, an engine driver
  • 3 April 1881, 7 Cardiff Rd, Merthyr Tydfil, GLA, WLS, his age recorded 25, hers 24
  • 31 March 1901, a Colliery Engine Driver
  • 31 March 1901, Ystradyfodwg, GLA, WLS, his age recorded 46, hers 45

Family

Elizabeth Jones born bt 1856 - 1857
Children

Elizabeth Jones

Female, #1140, born between 1856 and 1857

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Jones was born between 1856 and 1857 at Pentrebach, GLA, WLS. She married Jonathan Glanville, son of John Glanville and Eleanor Hallow, on 28 January 1877 at Merthyr Tydfil, GLA, WLS; registered Merthyr Tydfil. His father named John Glanvell.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 7 Cardiff Rd, Merthyr Tydfil, GLA, WLS, his age recorded 25, hers 24
  • 31 March 1901, Ystradyfodwg, GLA, WLS, his age recorded 46, hers 45

Family

Jonathan Glanville born c Aug 1855
Children