Evelyn M. Glanville
Female, ID #11731, b. before 1909
Alternate NamesHer married name was Hallett.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationEvelyn M. Glanville was born before 1909.
She married Charlie Hallett circa August 1929 at Exeter, St Thomas registered, DEV, ENG.
|Charlie Hallett b. b 1909|
Male, ID #11732, b. circa May 1883, d. 23 October 1913
|Father||Edwin Glanville (c 1840 - c 1922)|
|Mother||Ellen Marles (bt 1839 - 1840 - 1912)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationHarold Glanville was born circa May 1883 at Crediton, DEV, ENG; registered Crediton.
He died on 23 October 1913 at Exeter registered, DEV, ENG; recorded age 30. Reported in The Western Times, October 29, 1913
Glanvill Quietly Buried in the Local Cemetery
The funeral took place at Crediton yesterday morning of Harold Glanvill, a victim of the terrible revolver tragedy that occurred on Thursday evening last in a printing office in that town. The place of burial was the Parish Churchyard, in the mortuary attached to which the coffin containing the remains had been resting. The churchyard was closed to the public, and only immediate mourners were admitted besides Mr. A.E. Barnes, the deceased’s employer, and representatives of the Press. A couple of police offcers, P.C.’s Harding and Tuplin, kept guard, and to one of these was handed the keys of the gates. As the family approached one of the entrances, the coffin was brought out into the footpath, and headed by the Vicar, the cortege proceeded to the church, the gates, which had been opened to admit the mourners, being immediately closed directly they had passed inside.
The coffin was not Carried into the church, being deposited in the porch while the brief preliminary service was conducted within by the Vicar. On the breastplate of the coffin was the inscription:-
"Died October 23rd, 1913,
"Aged 30 years
The immediate mourners were Mr. Edwin Glanvill (father), Mrs. Oldry (sister), Exeter; Mr. H. Glanvill (brother), Crediton; Mr. and Mrs W. Hicks (brother-in-law and sister), and Mr. H. Hicks (nephew), of Dorchester; Mr. and Mrs. E. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. B. Parker (brothers-in-law and sisters), Exeter; Mr. and Mrs. G. Glanvill (brother and sister-in-law), Exeter; Miss Ethel Oldrey (niece), Exeter; Mr. and Mrs. B. Elston and Mr. and Mrs. E. Roach (uncles and aunts), Crediton. Wreaths were sent "With deepest sympathy, from his loving father”; "With loving sympathy, from Aunt Ann, Aunt Eliza, and Cousin Arthur”; “ From all dear Harold's brothers and sisters”; and “ With deepest Sympathy, from H. M. Phillips.”
Last evening the condition of the apprentice Luxton at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital was reported to be unchanged.
also reported same paper 30 Oct, 1913
Tha Inquest on Glanville Adjourned
Another stage in connection with the Crediton tragedy took place on Saturday, when the Exetcr Coroner (Mr. N. Linford Brown) held an inquest relative to the death of Harold Glanville, the foreman printer, of Park Street, Crediton, who succumbed at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital shortly after admission on Thursday night to the effects of a bullet wound in the head, supposed to have been self-inflicted with a revolver in the printing office at Creditor, after he had fired, it is believed, two shots at an apprentice named William Luxton, who is still alive at the hospital suffering from serious wounds.
The inquiry was held at the hospital, and Mr. G. Frampton was chosen foreman of the ]ury.
Harry Glanville, mason, identifed the body as that of his brother, who was aged 30, and a printer in the employment of Mr. Barnes, High-street, Crediton. Witness last saw him alive on Wednesday last, at breakfast time, and also in the evening. He had been rather depressed for the last few weeks. He had been troubling a good deal about his mother, in whom he used to confide everything, and who died about 16 months ago. He felt her lose severely, and said he did not know what he should do without her. He lost his hair in infancy. Witness knew the lad Luxton by sight.
Do you know (asked the Coroner) whether your brother was thinking of going away ? - He told mother and sister that he was going away.
Do you know whether your brother and Luxton were on friendly terms or not ? - I do not know.
Did you search your brothers coat on Thursday ? - Yes
What did you find? - The only thing I found was a license for a revolver.
Was he insured ? - Yes, he had insured, but as he had made up his mind to go abroad he sold his policy, which was for £100
Have you ever heard him threaten to take his life? - No.
Have you heard him threaten anybody else? - Never, sir.
Have any of your relatives committed suicide ? - I have heard father say that my grandfather and uncle committed suicide.
You do not know anything about the shooting afair ? No sir; I don't.
The Coroner: We shall not he able to finish this inquest to-day because the young man Luxton, who was shot, is not fit to attend.
We hape he will recover, but at present he is not fit, and I don't think we can finish the inquest without having him here, provided
he recovers. The doctor is here, and as he will not be available afterwards, I will ask him to give his evidence now.
Mr. John Frederick Henry Morgan, M.R.C.S, L.R.C.P., assistant house surgeon at the Hospital said he saw deceased when he came in on Thursday evening, about 6.45. He was suffering from a shot from a pistol, and had a wound just behind the frontal bone, two inches above the ear. There was a bad fracture on the left side of the head. Witness had made a post-mortem examination. There was a small wound where the shot went in on the right side. The bullet went right through the brain. On the left side there was a bad fracture where the shot lodged, extending down to the base of the skull. The cause of death was hemorrhage and shock. due to revolver shot wounds. Deceased was absolutely unconscious, and only lived about 20 minutes after he was brought in. Witness could not say whether the wound was self-in?icted or not, but it was consistent with being self-inflicted, and could easily have been caused. The bullet was found just, beneath the skin on the opposite side of the head to where it entered.
The inquest was adjourned to the Police Station at 6pm.m, on November 27th.
He was buried on 28 October 1913 at Holy Cross parish church, Crediton, DEV, ENG, recorded age 30, abode Park Street.
Female, ID #11733, b. circa May 1883, d. 1949
|Father||Samuel Glanville (1832 - c 1916)|
|Mother||Mary Jane House (bt 1847 - 1848 - )|
Alternate NamesHer married name was Batten.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationSusan Glanville was born circa May 1883 at Perranzabuloe, CON, ENG; registered Truro.
She was baptized on 21 April 1884 at Cubert, CON, ENG, parents named Samuel and Mary Glanvill.
She married William J. Batten circa November 1910 at Truro registered, CON, ENG.
She died in 1949.
Other informationSusan was present at the marriage of Philippa Ann Glanville and Jonathan Littlejohns on 30 June 1903 at Newlyn East, CON, ENG; registered St Columb. Her age recorded 28, his 27. Fathers named Samuel Glanville labourer, William Henry Littlejohns labourer. Witnesses William Henry Littlejohns, Susan Glanville.
|William J. Batten b. 1887|
Archibald James Glanville
Male, ID #11734, b. circa May 1883, d. circa February 1969
|Father||Arthur Robert Glanville (c 1848 - 1922)|
|Mother||Harriet Miriam Taylor (bt 1846 - 1847 - 1923)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationArchibald James Glanville was born circa May 1883 at Fulham, MDX, ENG; registered Fulham.
He married Lily Eugenie Anspach on 18 October 1914 at St Barnabas, Walthamstow, ESS, ENG, registered West Ham.
He died circa February 1969 at Waltham Forest registered, ESS, ENG.
Bertie Sydney Glanville
Male, ID #11735, b. 5 May 1883, d. 19 June 1966
|Father||William James Glanville (c 1842 - c 1905)|
|Mother||Rebecca Ann Smallwood (bt 1842 - 1844 - 1913)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationBertie Sydney Glanville was born on 5 May 1883 at Greenwich, KEN, ENG; registered Greenwich.
He was baptized on 21 May 1899 at St Alphege parish church, Greenwich, KEN, ENG, baptism recorded "Adult."
He married Natalie Irene Leedham on 6 June 1915 at St Alphege parish church, Greenwich, KEN, ENG, (6 June 1915 age calculated as 32 years, 1 month and 1 day) registered Greenwich. After banns, his age 26, hers 20. Bachelor and Spinster. Fathers named William James Glanville deceased dockyard overseer, Thomas Leedham gentleman. Witness Daisy Glanville.
He died on 19 June 1966 at Greenwich registered, KEN, ENG, (19 June 1966 age calculated as 83); recorded age 83.
He was buried on 27 June 1966 at Greenwich, KEN, ENG, this was a Cremation.
Charles Percy Glanville
Male, ID #11736, b. 11 May 1883, d. 6 October 1940
|Father||Charles Glanville (c 1851 - 1928)|
|Mother||Mary Poole (bt 1850 - 1851 - 1929)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCharles Percy Glanville was born on 11 May 1883 at Kensington, MDX, ENG; registered Kensington.
He married Rose May Loader circa August 1904 at Kensington registered, MDX, ENG, Note that St John the Baptist parish church, Pinner recorded a marriage 11 Oct 1903 of the same people with a note "this entry was filled in partly in anticipation of a marriage that never took place."
He married Alice Chaplin circa February 1930 at Fulham registered, MDX, ENG.
He died on 6 October 1940 at West London Hospital, Hammersmith, MDX, ENG, (6 October 1940 age calculated as 57); recorded age 58, registered Hammersmith.
He was buried on 11 October 1940 at Old Brompton Cemetery, Earls Court, MDX, ENG, recorded age 58.
His estate was probated on 26 August 1948 indexed as:
1948 GLANVILLE Charles Percy of 34 Wilsons Road, Hammersmith, London W6 who died on 6 October 1940 at West London Hospital, Hammersmith. Administration at London on 26 August to George Frederick Glanville, courier, effects £200.
Other informationCharles was married 2 times.
Charles and Alice Chaplin had no children with births registered England/Wales.
|Rose May Loader b. b 1884|
|Alice Chaplin b. bt 1859 - 1860, d. 12 Jun 1930|
William Henry Webber
Male, ID #11737, b. between 1887 and 1888
Birth, Marriage and Death informationWilliam Henry Webber was born between 1887 and 1888 at Stogumber, SOM, ENG.
He married Dora Glanville, daughter of Oliver Glanville and Hannah Wilson, circa May 1908 at Newcastle upon Tyne registered, NBL, ENG.
|Dora Glanville b. c May 1883|
Harold Charles Philip Glanville
Male, ID #11738, b. 16 March 1883, d. 20 February 1966
|Father||Edward George Glanville (1850 - 1888)|
|Mother||Charlotte Smith (bt 1851 - 1852 - )|
Alternate NamesHe was also known as Sims as recorded in 1901 census.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationHarold Charles Philip Glanville was born on 16 March 1883 at 61 Wellington Street, Woolwich Arsenal, Woolwich, KEN, ENG; registered Woolwich in q2 1883. 18th March recorded at baptism. Reading Berks recorded in 1911 census.
He was baptized on 8 April 1883 at St Johns's parish church, Woolwich, KEN, ENG, parents named Edward George Glanville and Charlotte.
He married Ellen Elizabeth Anderson on 10 November 1908 at St Anne's church, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG, (10 November 1908 age calculated as 25 years, 7 months and 25 days) registered Wandsworth, After banns, his age 25, hers 19. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named Edward George Glanville deceased hairdresser, James Anderson deceased dunator?. Witness P W Glanville.
He married Winifred Jane Mills circa November 1942 at Surrey N.E. registered, SRY, ENG.
He died on 20 February 1966 at Ashford Hospital, Stanwell, MDX, ENG, (20 February 1966 age calculated as 82); recorded age 83. Registered Surrey North.
He was buried on 26 February 1966 at St Mary, Sunbury on Thames, SRY, ENG.
His estate was probated on 14 June 1966 indexed:
GLANVILLE Harold Charles Philip otherwise Harold Charles Phillip of Glanshack The Creek Sunbury-on-Thames Middlesex died 20 February 1966 at Ashford Hospital Stanwell Middlesex Probate London 14 June to Donald Brian Morris electrical contractor. £4056.
Other informationHarold was married 2 times.
Harold and Ellen Elizabeth Anderson had 1 child by the 1911 census, still living at that date.
Military records show he was in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and earned the Victory Medal as a Chief Motor Mechanic.
|Ellen Elizabeth Anderson b. bt 1888 - 1889|
Cecil Leonard John Glanville
Male, ID #11739, b. 31 August 1910, d. 11 October 1983
|Father||Leonard John Glanville (1881 - 1958)|
|Mother||Mary Ann Mewes (bt 1884 - 1885 - c 1911)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCecil Leonard John Glanville was born on 31 August 1910 at Portsmouth, HAM, ENG; registered Portsmouth q4 1910.
He was baptized on 16 October 1910 at St Jude, Southsea, HAM, ENG, parents Leonard John and Mary Amelia Glanville. Born 31 Aug 1910.
He married Ada Grace Widdon on 1 August 1934 at QLD, AUS, (1 August 1934 age calculated as 23 years, 11 months and 1 day.)
He died on 11 October 1983 at QLD, AUS, (11 October 1983 age calculated as 73.)
He was buried at Pinnaroo Lawn Cemetery and Crematorium, Bridgeman Downs, QLD, AUS, with Monumental Inscription:
2/25 Inf Battalion
11-10-1983 Age 73.
Other informationCecil Leonard John Glanville immigrated before 1934 to AUS.
|Ada Grace Widdon b. b 1914|
Male, ID #11740, b. between 1869 and 1870, d. circa November 1944
Birth, Marriage and Death informationGeorge Glanville was born between 1869 and 1870.
He died circa November 1944 at Wigan registered, LAN, ENG; recorded age 74.
Leslie Allan Glanville
Male, ID #11741, b. 9 June 1905, d. circa 1978
|Father||Leslie Glanville (c 1879 - 1965)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Coulter (b 1885 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationLeslie Allan Glanville was born on 9 June 1905 at Christchurch, CBY, NZ.
He married Bertha Enid Tiplady in 1930 at NZ (1930 age calculated as 24 years.)
He died circa 1978.
|Bertha Enid Tiplady b. b 1910|
Female, ID #11742, b. circa May 1882, d. July 1883
|Father||William Glanville (bt 1844 - 1845 - 1933)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Webber (1852 - 1923)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationBessie Glanville was born circa May 1882 at Honiton registered, DEV, ENG.
She was baptized on 28 May 1882 at the Parish Church, Plymtree, DEV, ENG.
She died in July 1883 at Honiton registered, DEV, ENG; recorded age 1.
She was buried on 12 July 1883 at Plymtree, DEV, ENG, recorded age 18mths.
Male, ID #11743, b. between 1839 and 1840, d. circa August 1883
Birth, Marriage and Death informationWilliam Glanville was born between 1839 and 1840.
He died circa August 1883 at Barnsley registered, YKS, ENG; with a recorded age of 43.
Male, ID #11744, b. circa February 1890, d. circa August 1891
|Father||Henry Standage Glanville (c 1845 - c 1899)|
|Mother||Henrietta Plenty Slade (c 1853 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationEdgar Glanvill was born circa February 1890 at Bristol, GLS, ENG; registered Bristol, twin to Ernest.
He was baptized on 4 May 1890 at St Michael the Archangel on the Mount, Bristol, GLS, ENG, parents named Henry Standige Glanville and Henrietta.
He died circa August 1891 at Bristol registered, GLS, ENG; with a recorded age of 1.
Male, ID #11746, b. between 1890 and 1891, d. circa August 1891
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn Glanville was born between 1890 and 1891.
He died circa August 1891 at Tavistock registered, DEV, ENG; recorded age 0.
Forest Ashfield Glanvile
Male, ID #11748, b. 15 February 1893, d. 12 July 1943
|Father||Forest Ashfield Glanvile (1855 - 1898)|
|Mother||Annie Dowling (bt 1864 - 1865 - 1933)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationForest Ashfield Glanvile was born on 15 February 1893 at Taunton, SOM, ENG; registered Taunton.
He was baptized on 10 August 1893 at St Andrew, Taunton, SOM, ENG, parents Forest Ashfield Glanville and Annie.
He married Elsie May Sullivan circa May 1915 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG.
He died on 12 July 1943 at 184 Central Road, Worcester Park, SRY, ENG, (12 July 1943 age calculated as 50); recorded age 50, registered Surrey Mid E.
His estate was probated on 18 October 1943 indexed as:
1943 GLANVILE Forest Ashfield of 7 Avon Close, Worcester Park, Surrey who died on 12 July 1943 at 184 Central Road, Worcester Park. Probate at Llandudno on 18 October to Elsie May Glanvile, widow, effects £579-1-11.
Phyllis Miranda Glanville
Female, ID #11749, b. circa August 1913, d. before 2006
|Father||Dr William Morris Gladstone Glanville BM, BCh (Oxon) (1873 - 1945)|
|Mother||Muriel Mary Gertrude Bell (1884 - 1956)|
Alternate NamesShe was also known as Miranda.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationPhyllis Miranda Glanville was born circa August 1913 at Blackburn registered, LAN, ENG.
She died before 2006; unmarried.
Charles Wilmot Jemmett
Male, ID #11750, b. between 1855 and 1856
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCharles Wilmot Jemmett was born between 1855 and 1856.
He married Florence Harriett Alice Glanville, daughter of John Glanville and Eliza Pover, on 9 August 1882 at Holy Trinity, Ramsgate, KEN, ENG, registered Thanet. His age recorded 26, hers 24. Fathers named Charles Jemmett licensed victualler, John Glanville officer in coastguard. Witness John Glanville.
|Florence Harriett Alice Glanville b. c Aug 1857|
Annie May Glanville
Female, ID #11751, b. circa February 1893
|Father||Henry Benjamin Glanville (1861 - 1933)|
|Mother||Ada Laura Willison (bt 1866 - 1868 - c 1898)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationAnnie May Glanville was born circa February 1893 at Theresa Road, Sparkbrook, WAR, ENG; registered Aston.
Celia Eustice Beatrice Glanville
Female, ID #11752, b. 19 December 1892
|Father||James Henry Glanville (1847 - c 1905)|
|Mother||Ellen Eliza Pascoe (1848 - c 1945)|
Alternate NamesHer married name was Martin.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCelia Eustice Beatrice Glanville was born on 19 December 1892 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG; registered Plymouth q1 1893.
She was baptized on 27 January 1893 at Holy Trinity, Plymouth, DEV, ENG, Clelia Eustice Beatrice of James Henry and Ellen Eliza Glanville, abode 4 Looe Lane, born Dec 19 1892.
She married Frederick Martin circa August 1916 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG, Banns read Jun 4 - 18, Frederick Martin of HMS Gladiator and Celia Beatrice of this parish (St Andrew.)
|Frederick Martin b. b 1896|
Charles Henry Glanville
Male, ID #11753, b. circa February 1893, d. circa November 1917
|Father||William Glanville (c 1860 - c 1947)|
|Mother||Mary Mawbey (bt 1866 - 1867 - c 1905)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationCharles Henry Glanville was born circa February 1893 at Derby, DBY, ENG; registered Derby.
He died circa November 1917 at Derby registered, DBY, ENG; recorded age 24.
Female, ID #11754, b. 28 September 1893
|Father||George Glanville (c 1851 - c 1926)|
|Mother||Alice Jane Kendrick (bt 1860 - 1861 - c 1905)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationNellie Glanville was born on 28 September 1893.
She was baptized on 17 June 1894 at St George's church, Tufnell Park, Islington, MDX, ENG.
Helen Edith Glanville
Female, ID #11755, b. circa February 1893, d. circa May 1939
|Father||Henry Standage Glanville (c 1845 - c 1899)|
|Mother||Henrietta Plenty Slade (c 1853 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationHelen Edith Glanville was born circa February 1893 at Bristol, GLS, ENG; registered Bristol.
She was baptized on 19 December 1900 at St Andrew, Montpelier, Bristol, GLS, ENG, parnts named Henry and Henrietta Glanville.
She died circa May 1939 at Bristol registered, GLS, ENG; recorded age 46.
Kate Verney Glanville
Female, ID #11756, b. 16 January 1893, d. 24 March 1953
|Father||James Glanville (bt 1841 - 1845 - c 1917)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Jones (bt 1849 - 1850 - c 1917)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationKate Verney Glanville was born on 16 January 1893 at Wycombe registered, BKM, ENG.
She died on 24 March 1953 at Glade road, Marlow, BKM, ENG, (24 March 1953 age calculated as 60); recorded age 60, registered Wycombe.
Her estate was probated on 14 May 1953 indexed:
GLANVILLE Kate Verney otherwise Kate of 8 Chapel-street Marlow Buckinghamshire spinster died 24 March 1953 at Glade-road Marlow Administration Oxford 14 May to Frances Elizabeth Rose Taylor married woman. Effects £228 9s 10d.
Other informationIn 1946 a spinster, listed in probate of sister Sarah.
Reginald Ernest Glanville
Male, ID #11757, b. circa February 1893, d. circa November 1893
|Father||Frederick George Glanville (1856 - c 1935)|
|Mother||Louisa Avent (bt 1850 - 1851 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationReginald Ernest Glanville was born circa February 1893 at Plympton registered, DEV, ENG.
He died circa November 1893 at Plympton registered, DEV, ENG; recorded age 0.
Thomas Arthur Glanville
Male, ID #11758, b. circa February 1893
|Mother||Catherine Jago Glanville (c 1868 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationThomas Arthur Glanville was born circa February 1893 at St Blazey, CON, ENG; registered St Austell.
He was baptized on 2 July 1893 at St Blazey, CON, ENG, mother Kate Glanville, recorded age 5 months.
Male, ID #11759, b. 17 January 1893, d. circa August 1893
|Father||Harry Glanville (1853 - 1941)|
|Mother||Martha Ann Dow (bt 1852 - 1853 - c 1897)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationTom Glanville was born on 17 January 1893 at Colchester registered, ESS, ENG.
He was baptized on 19 August 1893 at St Botolph, Colchester, ESS, ENG, parents named Harry and Martha.
He died circa August 1893 at Colchester registered, ESS, ENG; aged 0.
Male, ID #11760, b. circa May 1895, d. 1 December 1918
|Father||Albert Glanville (c 1866 - 1919)|
|Mother||Sarah Green (bt 1866 - 1867 - 1925)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn Glanville was born circa May 1895 at Wooky Hole, SOM, ENG; registered Wells.
He died on 1 December 1918 at France; commemorated as:
Name: GLANVILE, JOHN
Nationality: United Kingdom
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery
Unit Text: "B" Bty. 62nd Bde.
Date of Death: 01/12/1918
Service No: 176378
Additional information: Son of Albert and Sarah Glanvile, of Westbury, Wells, Somerset.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: C. 27.
Cemetery: DOUAI BRITISH CEMETERY, CUINCY
His soldier's effects were settled with his father Albert and mother Sarah.
His estate was probated on 20 November 1919 indexed as:
1919 GLANVILE John of Westbury Wells, gunner R.F.A. who died on 1 December 1918 in France. Administration at Wells on 20 November to Sarah Glanvile, widow, effects £85-9.