James Henry Glanville

Male, #12061, born circa February 1874, died circa November 1874
FatherJohn Glanville born b 1846, died a 1901
MotherSusan Bunce born bt 1846 - 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Henry Glanville was born circa February 1874 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG. He was the son of John Glanville and Susan Bunce. James Henry Glanville died circa November 1874 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG; with a recorded age of 0.

Philip James Bennett

Male, #12062, born between 1881 and 1882

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Philip James Bennett was born between 1881 and 1882 at St Columb Minor, CON, ENG. He married Emily Ethel Glanville, daughter of William Glanville and Mary Jane Bennet, on 19 May 1907 at St Columb Minor, CON, ENG; registered St Columb. His age recorded 25, hers 23. Witnesses Amelia Wilton, Richard Wilton.

Other information

     As of 19 May 1907, Philip James Bennett lived at St Columb Minor, CON, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 19 May 1907, an electrical engineer
  • 2 April 1911, Churchtown, St Columb Minor, CON, ENG, his age recorded 29, hers 28. Living as grandson and grandaughter to 81yr old Sophia Glanville
  • 2 April 1911, a skilled labourer, electric light

Family

Emily Ethel Glanville born c Aug 1883

Roland Belfield Glanville M.C.

Male, #12063, born 1893, died 4 October 1917
FatherWilliam John Glanville born 1869, died 1954
MotherEdith Annie May born bt 1871 - 1872, died 1941

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Roland Belfield Glanville M.C. was born in 1893 at Geraldine, CBY, NZ. He was the son of William John Glanville and Edith Annie May. Roland Belfield Glanville M.C. died on 4 October 1917 at BEL; commemorated:
Name: GLANVILLE, ROLAND BELFIELD
Initials: R B
Nationality: Australian
Rank: Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Australian Infantry, A.I.F.
Unit Text: 8th Bn.
Age: 25
Date of Death: 04/10/1917
Awards: M C
Additional information: Son of William John and Edith Annie Glanville, of Pareora, West Timaru, New Zealand.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: III. B. 27.
Cemetery: Dochy Farm New British Cemetery.

Thomas Glanville

Male, #12064, born between 1852 and 1853, died circa November 1874

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Glanville was born between 1852 and 1853. He died circa November 1874 at Croydon registered, SRY, ENG; with a recorded age of 21.

William Glanville

Male, #12065, born between 1854 and 1855, died circa November 1874

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born between 1854 and 1855. He died circa November 1874 at Menheniot, CON, ENG; with a recorded age of 19, registered Liskeard
Name: William Glanville
Birth Year: abt 1855
Event Type: Death
Event Year: 1874
Death Age: 19
Death Date: 30 Nov 1874
Death Place: Menheniot, Cornwall, England
Occupation: Asst. shaftsman
Colliery: Wheal Mary Ann (metalliferous)
Owner: Wheal Mary Ann Mining Co
Notes: Fell down man engine shaft from breakage of a plank on which he was standing.

John Glanville

Male, #12066, born circa November 1876, died circa November 1876
FatherRichard Benjamin Glanville born Aug 1846, died 12 Aug 1918
MotherEllen Wright Davey born bt 1844 - 1845, died 8 Oct 1892

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville died circa November 1876 at Exeter registered, DEV, ENG; with a recorded age of 0. He was born circa November 1876 at Exeter registered, DEV, ENG. He was the son of Richard Benjamin Glanville and Ellen Wright Davey.

Jane Glanville

Female, #12067, born between 1878 and 1879

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Glanville was born between 1878 and 1879 at Kentish Town, London, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1911, a general domestic servant
  • 2 April 1911, 82 Louis Street, Leeds, YKS, ENG, recorded age 32, servant in household of widowed James William Armroyd Whitely

Catherine Glanville

Female, #12068, born circa November 1876, died circa November 1876
FatherThomas Glanville born 16 Apr 1854, died 26 Nov 1928
MotherEllen Spiller born bt 1856 - 1857, died 3 Nov 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Catherine Glanville died circa November 1876 at Bristol registered, GLS, ENG; with a recorded age of 0. She was born circa November 1876 at Bristol registered, GLS, ENG. She was the daughter of Thomas Glanville and Ellen Spiller.

Winifred Irene Fergusson Glanville

Female, #12069, born circa May 1896
FatherWilliam John Glanville born 1869, died 1954
MotherEdith Annie May born bt 1871 - 1872, died 1941

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Winifred Irene Fergusson Glanville was born circa May 1896 at Geraldine, CBY, NZ. She was the daughter of William John Glanville and Edith Annie May. Winifred Irene Fergusson Glanville married George Sealey Hutton in 1921 at NZ.

Other information

     Her married name was Hutton.

Family

George Sealey Hutton born b 1901

Elizabeth Selina Kate Glanville

Female, #12070, born 10 October 1876, died circa February 1877
FatherAlfred William Glanville born 3 Dec 1854, died c Aug 1918
MotherElizabeth Adams born b 1856, died b 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Selina Kate Glanville was born on 10 October 1876 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG. She was the daughter of Alfred William Glanville and Elizabeth Adams. Elizabeth Selina Kate Glanville was baptized on 23 February 1877 at St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Elizabeth Selina Kate daughter of Alfred William and Elizabeth Glanville, abode Flora Street, born 1876 October 16. She died circa February 1877 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG.

James Eldon

Male, #12071, born between 1873 and 1874

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Eldon was born between 1873 and 1874 at Cleator Moor, CUL, ENG. He married Mary Maria Glanville, daughter of Richard Glanville and Mary Watson, circa February 1896 at Whitehaven registered, CUL, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1911, Wallsend, NBL, ENG, his age recorded 37, hers 34
  • 2 April 1911, a coal miner hewer

Family

Mary Maria Glanville born c Nov 1876

May Edith Glanville

Female, #12072, born 15 September 1876
FatherEdward Glanville born bt 1813 - 1814, died 6 May 1879
MotherSarah Ellen Cowen born bt 1846 - 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     May Edith Glanville was born on 15 September 1876 at Doncaster, YKS, ENG; registered Doncaster q4 1876. She was the daughter of Edward Glanville and Sarah Ellen Cowen. May Edith Glanville was baptized on 1 December 1876 at Christchurch, Doncaster, YKS, ENG; Mary Edith of Edward and Sarah Ellen Glanville, abode 59 Spring Garden, born 15 Sept 1876. She married Jacob Heaton on 23 May 1903 at St Peter's (Bradford Cathedral), Bradford, YKS, ENG; His recorded age 21, hers 26. Fathers named Robert Heaton deceased shoemaker, Edward Glanville deceased master painter. Witnesses John William Heaton, Maud Marion Glanville. Registered Bradford.

Other information

     May Edith Glanville was also known as Mary Edith recorded at baptism. Her married name was Heaton. As of 23 May 1903, May Edith Glanville lived at 350 Girlington Road, Bradford, YKS, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, 15 Victoria Street, Doncaster, YKS, ENG, recorded age 4, living with her widowed mother
  • 3 April 1881, a scholar
  • 5 April 1891, a general domestic servant
  • 5 April 1891, 3 Hudsons Mews, Doncaster, YKS, ENG, recorded age 15, living with her mother and stepfather
  • 31 March 1901, a general domestic
  • 31 March 1901, 350 Girlington Road, Bradford, YKS, ENG, recorded age 24, servant in the household of John Naylor
  • 23 May 1903, a domestic servant

Family

Jacob Heaton born bt 1881 - 1882

Eric Victor Glanville

Male, #12073, born 1897
FatherWilliam John Glanville born 1869, died 1954
MotherEdith Annie May born bt 1871 - 1872, died 1941

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eric Victor Glanville was born in 1897 at NZ. He was the son of William John Glanville and Edith Annie May.

Other information

     Auckland Cenotaph Record
Full Name : Eric Victor Glanville
War : World War I, 1914-1918
Serial No. (Reg. No.) : 70937
First Known Rank : Private
Occupation before Enlistment : Clerk
Next of Kin : Mrs E. Glanville (mother), Pareora West, Canterbury, New Zealand
Body on Embarkation : New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Embarkation Unit : 37th Reinforcements Specialists Company
Embarkation Date : 16 May 1918
Place of Embarkation : Wellington, New Zealand
Transport : HMNZT 104
Vessel : Ionic
Destination : London, England
Nominal Roll Number : 82
Page on Nominal Roll : 20
Archives NZ source : Military personnel file
Sources Used : Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force Volume IV. Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1919 in 1919.

Dougal Rutherford Glanville

Male, #12074, born circa 1920, died 1956
FatherJohn Ferguson Glanville born c Feb 1885
MotherMargaret Maud Rutherford Dougall born b 1900

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Dougal Rutherford Glanville was born circa 1920 at NZ. He was the son of John Ferguson Glanville and Margaret Maud Rutherford Dougall. Dougal Rutherford Glanville died in 1956 at NZ; recorded age 36.

Family

Child

Peggy Joan Highland

Female, #12075, born between 1922 and 1923, died 27 June 2007

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Peggy Joan Highland was born between 1922 and 1923. She married Kenneth Victor E. Glanville, son of Percy William Glanville and Violet Harriett Caroline Mariner, circa August 1948 at Middlesex South registered, MDX, ENG. Peggy Joan Highland died on 27 June 2007 at Ashford registered, KEN, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Kenneth Victor E. Glanville born 31 Oct 1918, died c Feb 1980

Daniel Glanville

Male, #12076, born circa February 1888

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Daniel Glanville was born circa February 1888 at Saddleworth registered, YKS, ENG.

Harriet Searle

Female, #12077, born between 1860 and 1861, died circa August 1938

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Harriet Searle was born between 1860 and 1861 at Reading, BRK, ENG. She married John Glanville, son of George Glanville and Susanna Sparks, on 27 February 1888 at St Peter, Caversham, BRK, ENG; registered Henley. His age recorded 24, hers 26. Fathers named George Glanville deceased, William Searle labourer. Witnesses William and Harriet Searle. Harriet Searle married Thomas Chaplin circa November 1917 at Reading registered, BRK, ENG. Harriet Searle died circa August 1938 at Reading registered, BRK, ENG; recorded age 77.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. Her married name was Chaplin. Harriet Searle was married 2 times.
She and John Glanville had no children by the 1911 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, 9 Waterloo Road, Reading, BRK, ENG, his age recorded 38, hers 42
  • 2 April 1911, 9 Waterloo Road, Spring Gardens, Reading Reg Dist, BRK, ENG, his recorded age 48, hers 50

Family 1

John Glanville born c May 1863, died c Feb 1916

Family 2

Thomas Chaplin born b 1897

Eliza Turrell

Female, #12078, born circa 1866, died 8 January 1889

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eliza Turrell was born circa 1866 at Shalford, SRY, ENG. She married William Glanville, son of William Glanville and Charlotte West, on 1 April 1888 at St Mary's Church, Shalford, SRY, ENG; registered Hambledon. Banns read Bedfont, Middx 11, 18 and 25th March, naming William of that parish, Eliza of Shalford Surrey, Bachelor and Spinster. His age recorded 25, hers 22. Fathers named William Glanville deceased labourer, George Turrell dairyman. Witnesses Charles Wells, Amy Turrell. Eliza Turrell died on 8 January 1889 at Staines registered, MDX, ENG; dying in childbirth. Recorded age 23.

Other information

     Eliza Turrell was also known as Farrell named in banns at Bedfont parish church. Her married name was Glanville.

Family

William Glanville born 13 Apr 1862, died 21 May 1891
Child

Alice Maud Mary Glanville

Female, #12079, born 27 November 1863
FatherWilliam Glanville born bt 1818 - 1819
MotherMary Cornelia Cardew born bt 1828 - 1829, died c Feb 1872

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Maud Mary Glanville was born on 27 November 1863 at Devonport, DEV, ENG; registered Stoke Damerel. She was the daughter of William Glanville and Mary Cornelia Cardew. Alice Maud Mary Glanville was baptized on 6 December 1863 at Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG; Alice Maud Mary of William and Mary Glanville, abode Morice Town, born November 27 1863. She married Alfred George Birch circa May 1888 at London St George Hanover Square registered, MDX, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Birch. Alice Maud Mary Glanville witnessed the marriage of Amelia Cornelia Glanville and William James Neel on 8 January 1878 at St James the Great parish church, Devonport, DEV, ENG; registered Stoke Damerel. His age recorded 24, hers 20, fathers named George Neel pensioner, William Glanville pensioner. Witnesses William Glanville, Alice Maude Mary Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, 35 Lower Portland Place, Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG, recorded age 6, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, Colewort Barracks, Portsmouth, HAM, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 26

Family

Alfred George Birch born bt 1860 - 1861

William Peter Oliver

Male, #12080, born before 1862

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Peter Oliver was born before 1862. He married Elizabeth Glanville circa November 1882 at Southampton registered, HAM, ENG.

Family

Elizabeth Glanville born b 1862

Walter John Glanville

Male, #12081, born between 1857 and 1858, died circa November 1936
FatherJohn Glanville born 1835, died c May 1868
MotherElizabeth Manley born bt 1836 - 1837

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Walter John Glanville was born between 1857 and 1858 at Clyst Honiton, DEV, ENG. He was the son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Manley. Walter John Glanville was baptized on 1 June 1858 at Feniton, DEV, ENG; Walter John son of John and Elizabeth Glanville, abode Honiton Clyst, labourer. He married Emily Bolsom on 10 April 1888 at St Anne's parish church, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG; registered Wandsworth. After banns, his age 28, hers 20. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named John Glanville labourer, Henry Bolsom, labourer. Walter John Glanville died circa November 1936 at Chelsea registered, MDX, ENG; recorded age 78.

Other information

     Walter John Glanville began military service on 1 January 1876 enlisting Exeter for 6 years service, at recorded age 18. Height 5ft 6 3/4", 34 3/4" chest, dark brown hair, dark brown eyes, sallow complexion, church of england. He was discharged 15 Feb 1888 height 5ft 8". His service included East Indies 9 Feb 1877 to 8 Feb 1888.
His next of kin were named brothers Albert Glanville and Frederick Glanville.
He was treated in India for gonorrhea in 1888. As of 10 April 1888, Walter John Glanville and Emily Bolsom lived at St Anne's parish, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG. Walter John Glanville and Emily Bolsom had 6 children by the 1911 census, 2 having died by that date.
As of 25 May 1890, Walter John Glanville and Emily Bolsom lived at 60 New Malva Road, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG. As of 1 May 1892, Walter John Glanville and Emily Bolsom lived at 60 New Malva Road, Wandworth, SRY, ENG. As of 23 May 1897, Walter John Glanville and Emily Bolsom lived at 60 Malva Road, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG. As of 1915, Walter John Glanville lived at 130 Allfarthing Lane, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG. He witnessed the marriage of Edward Joseph Greengrass and Dora Glanville on 6 April 1929 at St Mary the Virgin church, St Ann, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG; registered Wandsworth.
His age recorded 21, hers 19. Fathers named Edward William Greengrass deceased greengrocer and Walter John Glanville checker.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, Police Street & Jail in Church Square, Dartmouth, DEV, ENG, recorded age 3, living with his parents
  • 10 April 1888, labourer
  • 25 May 1890, a packer
  • 5 April 1891, a Packer Fac L
  • 5 April 1891, 99 Candahar Road, London Battersea, SRY, ENG, his recorded age 33, hers 21
  • 1 May 1892, a packer
  • 23 May 1897, a checker
  • 31 March 1901, an ironmonger packer
  • 31 March 1901, 4a Coimbra Road, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG, his recorded age 40, hers 30
  • 2 April 1911, a checker (time)
  • 2 April 1911, 130 Allfarthing Lane, Wandsworth, SRY, ENG, his age recorded 54, hers 41
  • 6 April 1929, a checker, at marriage of son Edward

Family

Emily Bolsom born bt 1870 - 1871
Children

Thomas A. H. Jeffs

Male, #12082, born before 1908

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas A. H. Jeffs was born before 1908. He married Alice Mary Glanville, daughter of Arthur Herbert Glanville and Ada Julia Payne, circa August 1944 at Nottingham registered, NTT, ENG; Alice marrying as Alice Orrell.

Family

Alice Mary Glanville born 10 Feb 1908

Robert Glanville

Male, #12083, born circa 1790
FatherRobert Glanville born b 1770

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robert Glanville was born circa 1790. He was the son of Robert Glanville.

Other information

     As of 1804, Robert Glanville lived at 132 The Minories, London, MDX, ENG; with his father. The proceeding of the Old Bailey record the indictment of John Thompson, transcribed:
JOHN THOMPSON was indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Robert Glanville , senior, about the hour of seven at night, on the 23d of November, and burglariously stealing therein fourteen yards of flannel, value 2 l. 10 s. thirteen pair of gloves, value 1 l. 6 s. and two silk handkerchiefs, value 9 s. the property of Robert Glanville , senior.

ROBERT GLANVILLE , sen. sworn. - I live at No. 132, in the Minories : On the 23d of November my house was broke open, between six and seven o'clock in the evening; I was not at home at the time.

ROBERT GLANVILLE , jun. sworn. - Q. What age are you? - A. Fourteen.

Q. You go to church? - A. Yes.

Q. Do you know the nature of an oath? - A. Yes.

Q. What does an oath oblige you to do? - A. To say nothing but the truth.

Q. Were you at home on the 23d of November? - A. Yes; my father is a haberdasher and milliner: About half past six o'clock, the officer of the street came and asked me whether we had missed any thing out of the shop, it was quite dark; I looked, and found that the window of the shop was cut; I told him what was taken away; the street-keeper produced a handkerchief, which he opened, and shewed me the things.

Q. What had been taken from your shop? - A. About fourteen yards of flannel, two silk handkerchiefs, and thirteen pair of gloves; they all lay in the window against the pane which was cut; I had put them there myself in the morning; the pane was not intirely taken out; the hole was large enough for any man to put his arm in.

Q. Could any person draw fourteen yards of flannel through there? - A. Yes.

Q. How did the glass appear to be cut - by a diamond, or broken? - A. The street-keeper found an instrument on the person that cut it.

Q. Look at the prisoner at the bar; had you seen him near your shop that day? - A. No.

Q. Was your shop-door shut at the time the street-keeper came to you? - A. It was.

JOHN FORRESTER sworn. - I am a patrol of the Minories: Between six and seven o'clock on the 23d of November, it was dark; I saw the prisoner at the bar looking in at the right hand windows of Mr. Glanville; he went from there to the left hand window, there is a door in the centre; he stood there for the space of a minute, and he retreated up a court, called New-court; I crossed over the way, and I felt the window where he had been standing, and I found the glass taken out; I walked away, and he came to the same situation again.

Q. Did there appear to be any vacancy from the opening? - A. The things that were behind had fallen against it, so that the place was blocked up; I walked away, and he returned again; he took his observations, and went to the same place after the space of a minute; he looked about him, and looked in the other window of the shop; he then went to the place where the glass had been taken out, for the space of a minute, and then retreated into the court again; I stood still, and he retreated backward and forward to the window, and up the court, four or five times; I kept my eye on him; I crossed over the way, and I laid hold of him; I saw his pockets stick out, and I said, my lad, what have you got here; he said, nothing at all; he put his hand to his pocket to throw them down, but I kept his hands up.

Q. Did he attempt to throw them down? - A. He did, but I kept him from that; I took him across the way into Mr. Price's shop, the shoemaker, and there I searched him, and found upon him thirteen pair of men's and women's gloves; I found nothing else on his person. After I secured him, I went back to Mr. Glanville's, and informed them; then I went into Vine-street, that leads out from New-court, and there I found this roll of flannel, and two silk handkerchiefs.

Q. During the time you were watching this man, did you observe any body else go up in the direction of New-court? - A. No, I saw not any person with him; I found these things hid behind a truck, standing up against a wall; I then took the prisoner to the watch-house, and on searching the prisoner I found a knife; I have been a patrol for these five years; I produce the knife; the knife is for that purpose, to work the putty round the mouldings, and the glass flies in all directions.

Q. From what you observed at the time you were watching the prisoner, have you any reason to believe that he saw you? - A. No.

Q. When you searched him, and found this upon him, did he say any thing for himself? - A. He said so far as this, it is all over with me.

(The articles produced, and identified by the prosecutor and his son.)

Prisoner's defence. Every thing that man has said against me is false; I was coming from Wapping, and coming down the Minories I saw those gloves laying on the ground, and I knocked at the door to see if the gloves belonged to the person of the house, where I picked them up; he came to me, and said, what are you doing; I said, I have been doing nothing at all; he said, come along with me, and he took me over the way into a shoe-shop.

Q.(To Forrester.) Was the prisoner knocking at any door when you saw him? - A. No, he was going to the same spot again.

GUILTY, aged 18.

Of stealing to the value of 26 s.

Transported for seven years .

London Jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant. on 5 December 1804.

George Sealey Hutton

Male, #12084, born before 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Sealey Hutton was born before 1901. He married Winifred Irene Fergusson Glanville, daughter of William John Glanville and Edith Annie May, in 1921 at NZ.

Family

Winifred Irene Fergusson Glanville born c May 1896

Robert Blight

Male, #12085, born between 1862 and 1863

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robert Blight was born between 1862 and 1863 at Mevagissey, CON, ENG. He married Laura Glanville, daughter of Richard Devonshire Glanville and Sarah Ann Blamey, circa August 1888 at St Austell registered, CON, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, a fisherman
  • 5 April 1891, Portmellon, Mevagissey, CON, ENG, his age recorded 28, hers 24. Two children with them

Family

Laura Glanville born c May 1866, died c May 1931

female Stentiford

Female, #12086, born before 1853

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Female Stentiford was born before 1853. She married male Glanville before 1871.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

male Glanville born b 1851
Children

Ellen (?) Unknown

Female, #12087, born between 1861 and 1862

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ellen (?) Unknown was born between 1861 and 1862 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG. She married Henry Glanville before 1887. Ellen (?) Unknown married Thomas William McCleery circa November 1888 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG. Ellen (?) Unknown married Dan Norman circa August 1894 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG; Ellen marrying as Ellen McCleery.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. Unclear whether Ellen born a Glanville and Lilian was illegitimate, or had married a Glanville who died circa 1887-8.
Her married name was Norman. Her married name was McCleery. Ellen (?) Unknown was married 3 times.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, a charwoman
  • 5 April 1891, 50 High Street, Plymouth St Andrew, DEV, ENG, recorded age 50, widowed
  • 31 March 1901, St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG, his age recorded 52, hers 39

Family 1

Henry Glanville born b 1867, died b 1891
Child

Family 2

Thomas William McCleery born b 1868, died b 1891

Family 3

Dan Norman born bt 1848 - 1849

Donald McDonald

Male, #12088, born before 1873

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Donald McDonald was born before 1873. He married Agnes Margaret Glanville, daughter of William Ridler Glanville and Christina Ferguson, in 1893 at NZ.

Family

Agnes Margaret Glanville born c May 1874

Edith Annie Glanville

Female, #12089, born circa February 1875
FatherJames Glanville born 29 Nov 1840, died 19 Aug 1913
MotherAnn Tapner born 17 Mar 1837, died 28 Dec 1905

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edith Annie Glanville was born circa February 1875 at Christchurch, CBY, NZ. She was the daughter of James Glanville and Ann Tapner.

James Edward Glanville

Male, #12090, born 1872, died 23 June 1916
FatherJames Glanville born 29 Nov 1840, died 19 Aug 1913
MotherAnn Tapner born 17 Mar 1837, died 28 Dec 1905

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Edward Glanville was born in 1872 at NZ. He was the son of James Glanville and Ann Tapner. James Edward Glanville married Theresa Perham in 1900 at NZ. James Edward Glanville died on 23 June 1916 at NZ; recorded age 44. He was buried on 25 June 1916 at Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, CBY, NZ.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 23 June 1916, a school teacher

Family

Theresa Perham born bt 1874 - 1875, died Dec 1963
Child