Thomas Glanville

Male, #14881, born 6 March 1847, died circa March 1890
FatherJoseph Lillicrap born 1808, died c May 1885
MotherMary Glanville born bt 1801 - 1809, died Jan 1864

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Glanville was born illegitimate on 6 March 1847 at Hennot, St Juliot, CON, ENG. He was the son of Joseph Lillicrap and Mary Glanville. Thomas Glanville was baptized on 12 March 1847 at St Juliot, CON, ENG. He died circa March 1890 at Camelford registered, CON, ENG; recorded age 43.

Other information

     Thomas Glanville was also known as Thomas Lillicrap recorded in 1851 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 30 June 1851, Tremorle, St Juliot, CON, ENG, recorded age 4, living as grandson to Edward Lillicrap, whose son Jose and daughter in law Mary were also there

Florence Richmond (?) Unknown

Female, #14882, born between 1867 and 1868, died 18 February 1917

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Florence Richmond (?) Unknown was born between 1867 and 1868 at Totnes, DEV, ENG. She married George Glanville, son of George Glanville and Elizabeth Pomroy, between 1891 and 1892; it is now suspected no formal marriage took place, although the 1911 census recorded them married 19 years. Florence Richmond (?) Unknown died on 18 February 1917 at 1 Edge Hill, Wimbledon, SRY, ENG; recorded age 49, registered Kingston. She was buried on 21 February 1917 at Norwood Cemetery, Norwood Road, Lambeth, SRY, ENG; recorded age 49. Her estate was probated on 14 April 1917 indexed as:
1917 GLANVILL Florence Richmond of 1 Edge Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey (wife of George Glanvill) who died on 18 February 1917. Probate at London on 14 April to the said George Glanvill, manufacturer, effects £1602-6-2.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. Florence Richmond (?) Unknown and George Glanville had no children by the 1911 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1911, 1 Edge Hill, Wimbledon, SRY, ENG, his recorded age 67, hers 43

Family

George Glanville born c Aug 1844, died 18 Apr 1929

Eleanor Jones Newton

Female, #14883, born before 1877, died 18 November 1912

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eleanor Jones Newton was born before 1877 at ENG. She married Henry Glanville, son of John Glanville J.P. and Mary Stevens, in 1897 at Windsor, NSW, AUS. Eleanor Jones Newton died on 18 November 1912; Shoalhaven Telegraph 20 November 1912:
Death of Mrs. H. Glanville.
The death occurred in Sydney (whither she had gone for medical treatment), on Monday afternoon, of Mrs Glanville, wife of Mr Harry Glanville, of Wogamia. The deceased lady had been in a precarious state of health for about six months, and her death was expected at any time during that period. Her illness in the first instance was due to septicaemia, but complications ensued, and, though everything that medical skill and devoted nursing could do was done, she succumbed as stated. In the early stages of her illness she was attended unremittingly by Dr. Ewing at her home at Wogamia; later she was removed to Berry Hospital to undergo a critical operation, which was success fully performed by Drs. Ewing and Goergs, and for some time great hopes were entertained of her recovery. But the blood poisoning had got such a hold of her system that it affected heart and head, and the patient was then removed to Sydney, where five doctors attended her, but the case was beyond human help, and she gradually sank, and expired on Monday afternoon.
The late Mrs Harry Glanville was born in England, coming to New South Wales when very young with her parents, the Rev. W.S. Newton. M.A., and Mrs Newton. Her father, who is still living, is a scholar and a great reader. His daughter had all his love of study. For some time the Rev. W.S. Newton conducted a Grammar School, where many men in church life and in the commercial world obtained their education. Mrs Glanville studied under her father, and was so persistent and painstaking that she held her own with the other students. For a woman she was highly gifted, but though of considerable erudition and brain power she was most retiring. In the domestic sphere she was all that a woman should be— an exceptionally devoted wife and mother. She was a good worker for the church, and by her amiable disposition endeared herself to all who had the privilege and pleasure of her acquaintance. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband, one son, her aged parents, two brothers (one a doctor in London, the other a solicitor in Sydney), a sister, and a large circle of friends.
The mortal remains were brought to Nowra last night per train for interment, and the funeral will move from All Saints' Church this afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp for the C.E. portion of the general cemetery.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Henry Glanville born 1860, died 1943
Child

Allan V. Glanville

Male, #14884, born 1889, died 19 January 1954

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Allan V. Glanville was born in 1889 at Waterloo, NSW, AUS. He married Nellie J. Ingold in 1912 at Milton, NSW, AUS. Allan V. Glanville died on 19 January 1954 at Sydney, NSW, AUS.

Family

Nellie J. Ingold born 1892, died 1933

Nellie J. Ingold

Female, #14885, born 1892, died 1933

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Nellie J. Ingold was born in 1892 at Milton, NSW, AUS. She married Allan V. Glanville in 1912 at Milton, NSW, AUS. Nellie J. Ingold died in 1933 at Berry, NSW, AUS.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Allan V. Glanville born 1889, died 19 Jan 1954

Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville

Male, #14886, born 9 April 1916, died 10 January 1942
FatherArthur Henry Davidson Glanville born c Aug 1877, died 21 May 1960
MotherEllen Maud Collins born 23 Dec 1882, died 30 Aug 1940

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville was born on 9 April 1916 at Camberwell registered, SRY, ENG. He was the son of Arthur Henry Davidson Glanville and Ellen Maud Collins. Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville married Dorothy Florence Kew circa November 1940 at Epping registered, ESS, ENG. Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville died on 10 January 1942 at age 25; commemorated as:
Name: GLANVILLE, GORDON ARTHUR
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Sergeant
Regiment: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Unit Text: 408 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn.
Date of Death: 10/01/1942
Service No: 1260085
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 83.
Cemetery: RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL

No.408 Squadron.
Hampden I. AE286 EQ-T
Op: Wilhelmshaven
124 Aircraft took part in this raid to Wilhelmshaven; good bombing was claimed but Wilhelmshaven records this only as a small raid with light damage and six people injured. Three Wellington’s and two Hampton’s were lost.
Hampton AE286 took off at 1637 hrs from RAF Balderton and was lost without trace. All are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.
Crew.
F/L. Thomas Findlay Priest RAFVR
Sgt. Donald Couden Henderson RCAF
Sgt. Gordon Arthur Glanville RAFVR
Sgt. Leslie Alexander Churcher RAFVR.
His estate was probated on 15 February 1943 indexed as:
1943 GLANVILLE Gordon Arthur Davidson of 36 Epping Way, Chingford, London who died on 10 January 1943 on war service. Administration at Llandudno on 15 February to Dorothy Florence Glanville, widow, effects £335-16.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville lived at 61 Grosvenor Park Road, Wanstead & Woodford M.B., ESS, ENG; living with his parents. He and Dorothy Florence Kew had no children with birth registrations in England nor Wales.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 29 September 1939, a casher and equipment manager in office of oil corporation

Family

Dorothy Florence Kew born c May 1930

Dorothy Florence Kew

Female, #14887, born circa May 1930

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Dorothy Florence Kew was born circa May 1930 at Hackney registered, MDX, ENG. She married Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville, son of Arthur Henry Davidson Glanville and Ellen Maud Collins, circa November 1940 at Epping registered, ESS, ENG. Dorothy Florence Kew married Frederick H. Manning circa May 1945 at Epping registered, ESS, ENG; there is no evidence to endorse this being the same Dorothy Kew, other than the absence of a death registration in the surname Glanville.
However there are birth registrations Hackney and Colchester 1946 & 1949 of Manning children with a Kew mother.

Other information

     Her married name was Manning. Her married name was Glanville. Dorothy Florence Kew was married 2 times.
She and Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville had no children with birth registrations in England nor Wales.

Family 1

Gordon Arthur Davidson Glanville born 9 Apr 1916, died 10 Jan 1942

Family 2

Frederick H. Manning born b 1925

Caroline Pollard

Female, #14888, born between 1877 and 1878, died after 1914

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Caroline Pollard was born between 1877 and 1878 at Duloe, CON, ENG. She married Ernest James Theodore Glanville, son of John Glanville and Mary Sarah Wade, circa November 1902 at St Austell registered, CON, ENG. Caroline Pollard died after 1914.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. As of 1 November 1914, Caroline Pollard lived at 11 Belgrave Terrace, Addington, Liskeard, CON, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1911, a housewife
  • 2 April 1911, 11 Belgrave Terrace, Addington, Liskeard, CON, ENG, recorded age 33, married but husband not present

Family

Ernest James Theodore Glanville born c Apr 1879, died 1 Nov 1914
Children

John Edward James Parker

Male, #14889, born 1916

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Edward James Parker was born in 1916 at Crookwell, NSW, AUS. He married Audrey Cecilia Glanville, daughter of Albert Alexander Glanville and Cecilia Isobel Whittington, in 1939 at Crookwell, NSW, AUS.

Family

Audrey Cecilia Glanville born 15 Mar 1917, died 21 Apr 2004

May Ethel Rayner

Female, #14890, born 12 November 1888, died March 1980

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     May Ethel Rayner was born on 12 November 1888; 12 Nov 1887 recorded at death. She married Walter Leslie Glanville, son of Joseph Lyle Glanville and Edith Kate Corbett, on 12 September 1914 at St Philip the Apostle church, South Tottenham, Tottenham, MDX, ENG; registered Edmonton. After banns, both aged 25. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named Joseph Lyle Glanville clerk, Augustus Richard Rayner gardener. May Ethel Rayner died in March 1980 at Southend on Sea registered, ESS, ENG, at age 91.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. As of 12 September 1914, May Ethel Rayner lived at 11 Ripon Road, Tottenham, MDX, ENG. As of 29 September 1939, May Ethel Rayner lived at 33 Lovelace Gardens, Southend on Sea, ESS, ENG; widowed.

Family

Walter Leslie Glanville born c May 1890, died 20 Sep 1916
Child

Robert Thornton Lewis

Male, #14891, born between 1836 and 1837

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robert Thornton Lewis was born between 1836 and 1837 at Kettering, NTH, ENG. He married Fanny Glanville, daughter of Benjamin Glanville and Sarah Ann Smith, circa February 1878 at Abingdon registered, BRK, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, Wellington Street, Whittington, DBY, ENG, his age recorded 44, hers 39
  • 3 April 1881, a Baptist Minister

Family

Fanny Glanville born c Feb 1843

John Bigs Peters

Male, #14892, born between 1832 and 1833, died before 1886

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Bigs Peters was born between 1832 and 1833 at Linton, CAM, ENG. He married Jemima Letitia Glanville, daughter of Edward Glanville and Jemima Letitia Evans, circa November 1870 at London Whitechapel registered, MDX, ENG; Jemima marrying as Jemima Letitia Glanville. John Bigs Peters died before 1886.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, 12 Corden's Cottages, Warley Road, South Weald, ESS, ENG, his age recorded 40, hers 26
  • 2 April 1871, a soldier guards
  • 3 April 1881, Kemps Row King Street, Norwich St Peter Southgate, NFK, ENG, his age recorded 48, hers 37
  • 3 April 1881, a carter

Family

Jemima Letitia Glanville born 3 Mar 1844

May Glanville

Female, #14893, born circa August 1886
FatherCharles George Glanville born 20 Jul 1860, died c Feb 1942
MotherAmy Kennedy born bt 1855 - 1856, died c Nov 1923

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     May Glanville was born circa August 1886 at Southsea, HAM, ENG; registered Portsea. She was the daughter of Charles George Glanville and Amy Kennedy. May Glanville was baptized on 19 September 1886 at St Bartholomew, Southsea, HAM, ENG; May of Charlie George and Amy Glanville, abode 60 Lawson Road Southsea, hanmmer* in dockyard. She married Arthur Frederick Beal circa May 1909 at Woolston, HAM, ENG; registered South Stoneham. Her recorded age 22, father Charles George Glanville.

Other information

     Her married name was Beal.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, No 3 Green Hill Cottages, Church Road, Southampton St Mary Extra, HAM, ENG, recorded age 4, living with her parents
  • 31 March 1901, Southampton, St Mary Extra, HAM, ENG, recorded age 14
  • 31 March 1901, a pupil teacher

Family

Arthur Frederick Beal born b 1889

William Kennedy Glanville

Male, #14894, born 3 October 1887, died 22 December 1905
FatherCharles George Glanville born 20 Jul 1860, died c Feb 1942
MotherAmy Kennedy born bt 1855 - 1856, died c Nov 1923

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Kennedy Glanville was born on 3 October 1887 at Southsea, HAM, ENG; registered Portsea. He was the son of Charles George Glanville and Amy Kennedy. William Kennedy Glanville was baptized on 8 January 1888 at St Bartholomew, Southsea, HAM, ENG; William Kennedy son of Charlie George Glanville and Amy, abode 24 Cleveland Rd Southsea, hammerman. Born 3 Oct 1887. He died on 22 December 1905 at Hampshire Asylum, Fareham registered, HAM, ENG, at age 18; registered q1 1906, recorded age 18.

Other information

     He was admitted to the Hampshire asylum (Lunacy Patients Admission Register), dying there 22 Dec 1905 on 15 December 1905.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, No 3 Green Hill Cottages, Church Road, Southampton St Mary Extra, HAM, ENG, recorded age 3, living with his parents
  • 31 March 1901, Southampton, St Mary Extra, HAM, ENG, recorded age 13
  • 31 March 1901, a post office messenger

Jack C. Glanville

Male, #14895, born between 1891 and 1892

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jack C. Glanville was born between 1891 and 1892 at Southsea, HAM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, Sunnyside, Harrow, MDX, ENG, recorded age 9, boarding in a Preparatory School

Elizabeth Mary Corrie

Female, #14896, born before 1850

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Mary Corrie was born before 1850. She married John Glanville, son of John Glanville J.P. and Mary Stevens, on 13 July 1870 at Shoalhaven, NSW, AUS; GLANVILLE-CORRIE-July 13, at the residence of the bride of John Glanville, Esq., J.P., Shoalhaven, to Elizabeth Mary, daughter of the late George Corrie, Esq., Victoria.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

John Glanville born bt 1847 - 1848, died 3 May 1908
Children

Elizabeth Crago

Female, #14897, born between 1866 and 1867

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Crago was born between 1866 and 1867 at Broad Oak, CON, ENG. She married Samuel Glanville, son of William Glanville and Elizabeth Emma Pearce, circa November 1895 at Liskeard registered, CON, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. Elizabeth Crago and Samuel Glanville had 5 children by the 1911 census, 1 deceased by that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, Middle Taphorn hamlet, Braddock Entire, CON, ENG, his age recorded 30, hers 34
  • 2 April 1911, Middle Taphouse, East Taphouse, CON, ENG, his age recorded 40, hers 44

Family

Samuel Glanville born 22 Jul 1870, died c Feb 1950
Children

Elsie Gladys Glanville

Female, #14898, born circa June 1900
FatherSamuel Glanville born 22 Jul 1870, died c Feb 1950
MotherElizabeth Crago born bt 1866 - 1867

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elsie Gladys Glanville was born circa June 1900 at Broad Oak, CON, ENG; registered Liskeard q3 1900. She was the daughter of Samuel Glanville and Elizabeth Crago. Elsie Gladys Glanville married Archibald E. Uglow circa August 1929 at Liskeard registered, CON, ENG.

Other information

     Elsie Gladys Glanville was also known as Elsie Gladys as recorded in 1911 census and at birth, Elsie G at marriage. Her married name was Uglow. Elsie Gladys Glanville was also known as Alsce G. as recorded in 1901 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, Middle Taphorn hamlet, Braddock Entire, CON, ENG, recorded age 9mths, living with her parents
  • 2 April 1911, at school
  • 2 April 1911, Middle Taphouse, East Taphouse, CON, ENG, recorded age 10, living with her parents

Family

Archibald E. Uglow born b 1909

George Corrie Glanville

Male, #14899, born 1871, died 1953
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1847 - 1848, died 3 May 1908
MotherElizabeth Mary Corrie born b 1850

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Corrie Glanville was born in 1871 at Shoalhaven, NSW, AUS. He was the son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Mary Corrie. George Corrie Glanville died in 1953 at Nowra, NSW, AUS.

Other information

     George Corrie Glanville emigrated on 18 May 1922 from London, MDX, ENG,
; on the P&O vessel SS Balranald for Sydney, recorded age 50. As of 18 May 1922, George Corrie Glanville lived at 157 Lloyds Street, Greenkeys, Manchester, LAN, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 18 May 1922, a clergyman

Amelia Glanville

Female, #14900, born 1 September 1888

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Amelia Glanville was born on 1 September 1888 at London, MDX, ENG; registered Marylebone q4 1888. She was baptized on 14 October 1888 at St Marks church, St John's Wood, Westminster, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, Stretham, Isle of Ely, CAM, ENG, recorded age 12

Lionel Richard Gethin De Glanville

Male, #14901, born 19 October 1886, died 22 November 1962
FatherRev James De Glanville B.A. born 16 Oct 1842, died 3 Jul 1901
MotherEmily Georgina Creagh born bt 1852 - 1853, died c Feb 1936

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Lionel Richard Gethin De Glanville was born on 19 October 1886 at Eggington, DBY, ENG; registered Burton on Trent. He was the son of Rev James De Glanville B.A. and Emily Georgina Creagh. Lionel Richard Gethin De Glanville was baptized on 7 November 1886 at Egginton, DBY, ENG. He married Hilda St Hilary Everard Mayne on 10 February 1915 at Bexhill on Sea, SSX, ENG; registered Battle. Lionel Richard Gethin De Glanville died on 22 November 1962 at Fulham registered, MDX, ENG, at age 76; recorded age 76.

Other information

     The London Gazette listed him in the Royal Army Medical Corps, relinquishing the rank of Captain on 11 January 1921.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, Raven Murl? Lane, Formby, LAN, ENG, recorded age 4, living with his parents
  • 31 March 1901, Private House, Formby, LAN, ENG, recorded age 14, brother to Louise
  • 31 March 1901, a school boy

Family

Hilda St Hilary Everard Mayne born 4 Sep 1890, died 28 Mar 1972
Children

Percy John Glanville

Male, #14902, born 1873, died 1959
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1847 - 1848, died 3 May 1908
MotherElizabeth Mary Corrie born b 1850

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Percy John Glanville was born in 1873 at Shoalhaven, NSW, AUS. He was the son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Mary Corrie. Percy John Glanville married Bertha Fannie Duke in 1898 at Nowra, NSW, AUS; Shoalhaven Telegraph 5 February 1898
Wedding Bells
Glanville-Duke.
On Wednesday, 26th January, St. John's Church, Nowra was the scene of a quiet and very pretty wedding, the contracting parties bing; Miss Bertha F. Duke, daughter of Dr. Duke, of London, and Mr Percy J. Glanville, second son of Mr John Glanville, jun., of “Wogamia,” and grandson of Mr Glanville, JP, “Kalena”, Nowra.
The service was conducted bv the Rev. E. owen, B.A., of St George's, Glenmore road, Paddington, assistod by Rev. H.M. Trickett, incumbent of the parish
A few minutes after noon, tho bridegroom arrivod at the church, attended by his brothor, Mr. G.C. Glanville, who filled the position of best man. Shortly after the brido entered, leaning on the arm of her guardian, Mr Emery, of “Spring Bank, by whom she was given away. She looked very sweet and pretty, and was attired in a handsome dress of pale fawn more antique, elaborately trimmed with white ssatin, chiffon, ribbon and lace, to which special interest was attached, having been worn by her grandmother at her own mother's wedding at Littlehampton, Sussex, in 1867, and was without doubt the most beautiful and costly dress ever worn by a bride in thd Nowra church. Her white fancy straw hat was trimmed with chiffon, ribbon, and ostrich feathers, with these were worn white kid gloves and white kid slippers tied with satin ribbon. She also carried a pretty bouquet of cream roses, Queensland maiden-hair, and asparagus fern, which was the gift of the bridogroom, as were also the gold true lover's knot brooch with heart attached, and sprav of reall orange blossoms.
The bridesmaid was Miss Mabel Glanville (sister of the bridegroom). who wore a pretty dross of rainbow crepon, trimmed with buttorcup lace and ribbon, and hat to match. Sho carried a bouquet of pink Amaryllis, maiden-hair and asparagus fern, and her bar brooch chased with ivy leaves was the gift of the bridegroom.
The church was prettily decorated by friends of the bride and groom, and much admiration was bestowed on a wreath of white flowers with wedding bell hanging in centre, a little gilt horse-shoes suspended; which hung immediately over their heads.
Miss Janice Wheatley was the organist, and as the bride entered the choir sang “Tho voice that breathed o'or Eden.” A canticle also was rendered, and at the conclusion of the beautiful and improssive service, as Mr Glanville led his bride down the aisle, the organ pealed forth the “Wedding March.”
Tbe bridal party then repaired to “Kalena,” the residence of the bridegroom’s grandparents, where they received the congratulations of their friends, and after being photdgraphed on the lawn, light refreshments were served. The happy pair left later for their honeymoon, amidst showers of old slippers and rose-leaves. The going awav dress was a white cambric, trimmed with torchon lace, with which was worn a black fancy straw hat, trimmed with rose and lace, and she carried a shot silk sunshade.
The bride was the recipient of many useful and pretty presents, including several cheques. Percy John Glanville died in 1959 at Sydney, NSW, AUS.

Family

Bertha Fannie Duke born b 1878, died 1947

Bertram George De Glanville

Male, #14903, born 1 July 1885, died 1967
FatherRev James De Glanville B.A. born 16 Oct 1842, died 3 Jul 1901
MotherEmily Georgina Creagh born bt 1852 - 1853, died c Feb 1936

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bertram George De Glanville was born on 1 July 1885 at Ashby Parva, LEI, ENG; registered Lutterworth. He was the son of Rev James De Glanville B.A. and Emily Georgina Creagh. Bertram George De Glanville was baptized on 9 August 1885 at Ashby Parva, LEI, ENG; parents James and Emily Georgina. He married Dorothea Frances Allen on 21 September 1909 at St Michael's church, Colombo, Ceylon. Bertram George De Glanville married Kathleen Crawford Ievers between 1911 and 1914; probably Ceylon. Bertram George De Glanville died in 1967 at Bishops Stortford, HRT, ENG.

Other information

     Bertram George De Glanville was educated; Taylor's School, Crosby and Worcester College in Oxford. Joined the Ceylon Civil Service as a cadet in 1908 and worked his way up the ladder to the offices of magistrate and district judge. In 1929 Bertram succeeded to the Chairmanship of the Colombo Port Commission (and was till there when "The Dominions Office and Colonial Office List" was released in 1932). Kitty bore Bertram four sons - Ranulph, Geoffrey, Robert and John) and two daughters Joan and Moira Dorothea.
He was married 2 times.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, Raven Murl? Lane, Formby, LAN, ENG, recorded age 5, living with his parents
  • 31 March 1901, Private House, Formby, LAN, ENG, recorded age 15, brother to Louise
  • 31 March 1901, a school boy
  • 1911, in the Ceylon Civil Service, and a widower
  • 1911, 14 King's Square, Mitchelstown, COR, IRL, living as 25yr old nephew to 68yr old Gertrude Millan Creagh

Family 1

Dorothea Frances Allen born 1879, died Dec 1910

Family 2

Kathleen Crawford Ievers born c 1885, died c May 1970
Children

Gordon Glanville

Male, #14904, born circa December 1890, died 19 March 1952
FatherRev John Usher Glanville born c Aug 1845, died 29 Apr 1927
MotherAmy Birt born 2 Nov 1865, died 16 Nov 1941

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Gordon Glanville was born circa December 1890 at Bournemouth, HAM, ENG; registered Christchurch. He was the son of Rev John Usher Glanville and Amy Birt. Gordon Glanville married Elisa B. Hitchcock on 27 November 1915 at Emmanuel church, West Dulwich, Lambeth, SRY, ENG; registered Lambeth. By licence, his age 24, hers 28. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named John Usher Glanville clerk in holy orders, Jacob Hitchcock clerk. Ceremony performed by J Usher Glanville. Witness Amy Glanville. Gordon Glanville died on 19 March 1952 at Bridport registered, DOR, ENG; recorded age 61. His estate was probated on 26 July 1952 indexed:
GLANVILLE Gordon of Belmont West Bay-road Bridport Dorset died 19 March 1952 Probate London 26 July to Eliza Glanville widow. Effects £1946 4s 3d.

Other information

     As of 27 November 1915, Gordon Glanville lived at 153 South Croxted Road, West Dulwich, SRY, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 5 April 1891, Church Road, Christchurch, HAM, ENG, recorded age 4mths, living with his parents
  • 31 March 1901, "Gorse Cliffe", Spa Road, Bournemouth, HAM, ENG, recorded age 10, boarder at a school
  • 31 March 1901, a schoolboy
  • 27 November 1915, advertising

Family

Elisa B. Hitchcock born 6 Mar 1887, died 8 Apr 1964
Child

Bertha Fannie Duke

Female, #14905, born before 1878, died 1947

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bertha Fannie Duke was born before 1878. She married Percy John Glanville, son of John Glanville and Elizabeth Mary Corrie, in 1898 at Nowra, NSW, AUS; Shoalhaven Telegraph 5 February 1898
Wedding Bells
Glanville-Duke.
On Wednesday, 26th January, St. John's Church, Nowra was the scene of a quiet and very pretty wedding, the contracting parties bing; Miss Bertha F. Duke, daughter of Dr. Duke, of London, and Mr Percy J. Glanville, second son of Mr John Glanville, jun., of “Wogamia,” and grandson of Mr Glanville, JP, “Kalena”, Nowra.
The service was conducted bv the Rev. E. owen, B.A., of St George's, Glenmore road, Paddington, assistod by Rev. H.M. Trickett, incumbent of the parish
A few minutes after noon, tho bridegroom arrivod at the church, attended by his brothor, Mr. G.C. Glanville, who filled the position of best man. Shortly after the brido entered, leaning on the arm of her guardian, Mr Emery, of “Spring Bank, by whom she was given away. She looked very sweet and pretty, and was attired in a handsome dress of pale fawn more antique, elaborately trimmed with white ssatin, chiffon, ribbon and lace, to which special interest was attached, having been worn by her grandmother at her own mother's wedding at Littlehampton, Sussex, in 1867, and was without doubt the most beautiful and costly dress ever worn by a bride in thd Nowra church. Her white fancy straw hat was trimmed with chiffon, ribbon, and ostrich feathers, with these were worn white kid gloves and white kid slippers tied with satin ribbon. She also carried a pretty bouquet of cream roses, Queensland maiden-hair, and asparagus fern, which was the gift of the bridogroom, as were also the gold true lover's knot brooch with heart attached, and sprav of reall orange blossoms.
The bridesmaid was Miss Mabel Glanville (sister of the bridegroom). who wore a pretty dross of rainbow crepon, trimmed with buttorcup lace and ribbon, and hat to match. Sho carried a bouquet of pink Amaryllis, maiden-hair and asparagus fern, and her bar brooch chased with ivy leaves was the gift of the bridegroom.
The church was prettily decorated by friends of the bride and groom, and much admiration was bestowed on a wreath of white flowers with wedding bell hanging in centre, a little gilt horse-shoes suspended; which hung immediately over their heads.
Miss Janice Wheatley was the organist, and as the bride entered the choir sang “Tho voice that breathed o'or Eden.” A canticle also was rendered, and at the conclusion of the beautiful and improssive service, as Mr Glanville led his bride down the aisle, the organ pealed forth the “Wedding March.”
Tbe bridal party then repaired to “Kalena,” the residence of the bridegroom’s grandparents, where they received the congratulations of their friends, and after being photdgraphed on the lawn, light refreshments were served. The happy pair left later for their honeymoon, amidst showers of old slippers and rose-leaves. The going awav dress was a white cambric, trimmed with torchon lace, with which was worn a black fancy straw hat, trimmed with rose and lace, and she carried a shot silk sunshade.
The bride was the recipient of many useful and pretty presents, including several cheques. Bertha Fannie Duke died in 1947 at Nowra registered, NSW, AUS.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Percy John Glanville born 1873, died 1959

Mabel Rosina Glanville

Female, #14906, born 1875, died 6 October 1957
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1847 - 1848, died 3 May 1908
MotherElizabeth Mary Corrie born b 1850

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mabel Rosina Glanville was born in 1875 at Shoalhaven, NSW, AUS. She was the daughter of John Glanville and Elizabeth Mary Corrie. Mabel Rosina Glanville married Henry James Mottram in 1902 at Nowra, NSW, AUS. Mabel Rosina Glanville died on 6 October 1957 at Burwood, NSW, AUS.

Other information

     Her married name was Mottram.

Family

Henry James Mottram born 1873

Frederick Ivor Glanville

Male, #14907, born 21 April 1898
FatherWilliam Hercules Glanville born 24 Jun 1859, died a 1911
MotherAnn Amelia Gidley born bt 1856 - 1857

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frederick Ivor Glanville was born on 21 April 1898 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG; registered Plymouth. He was the son of William Hercules Glanville and Ann Amelia Gidley. Frederick Ivor Glanville was baptized on 5 May 1898 at St Peter, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Frederick Ivor of William and Anne Amelia Glanville, abode 34 Wolsdon St, born Apr 21 1898.

Other information

     Frederick Ivor Glanville was also known as Fred recorded in 1901 and 1911 censuses. He was serving in the Royal Navy, from Boy, through Ordinary Seaman, to Able Seaman. Height 4ft 10" on entry when chest 27", rising to 5ft 7" 38 3/4" chest. Light brown hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion. He may have served beyond 1928 when his records where transferred between 1913 and 1928.
As of 29 September 1939, Frederick Ivor Glanville lived at Public Assistance Institution, St Austell, CON, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, 34 Wolsdon Street, St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG, recorded age 3, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1911, 6 Quayfield Flats, Ilfracombe, DEV, ENG, recorded age 12, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1911, a scholar
  • 1913, an errand boy, when joining the Royal Navy
  • 29 September 1939, a merchant seaman

William Philpott Curran Glanville

Male, #14908, born 13 January 1896, died circa November 1972
FatherWilliam Hercules Glanville born 24 Jun 1859, died a 1911
MotherAnn Amelia Gidley born bt 1856 - 1857

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Philpott Curran Glanville was born on 13 January 1896 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG; registered Plymouth. He was the son of William Hercules Glanville and Ann Amelia Gidley. William Philpott Curran Glanville was baptized on 30 January 1896 at St Peter, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; William Philpot Curren of William and Amelia Glanville, abode 8 Arundel Crescent, born Jan 13 1896. He married Frances Sarah (?) Unknown circa February 1938 at Surrey North Eastern registered, SRY, ENG; Frances marrying in names DOWN and JOHNSON. William Philpott Curran Glanville married Winifred Joan Harvey circa August 1954 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG. William Philpott Curran Glanville died circa November 1972 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     William Philpott Curran Glanville was also known as William Percival C. P. as recorded at death. William Philpott Curran Glanville was also known as William Percival Curran. William Philpott Curran Glanville was also known as Willie recorded in 1901 census. He began military service on 19 August 1912 enisting in the Royal Navy for 5 plus 7 years, giving date of birth 21 Jun 1894. He was Demobilised 3 Feb 1919, height 5ft 7", 31 1/2in chest, light brown hair, light blue eyes, fair complexion. His military record also holds his true date of birth as 13 Jan 1896. He served as a Stoker. He was married 2 times.
He and Frances Sarah (?) Unknown had no children with birth registrations in England nor Wales.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, 34 Wolsdon Street, St Andrew, Plymouth, DEV, ENG, recorded age 4, living with his parents
  • 2 April 1911, a printer
  • 2 April 1911, 6 Quayfield Flats, Ilfracombe, DEV, ENG, recorded age 15, living with his parents
  • 19 August 1912, a printers labourer
  • 1954, a dockyard painter, when granted admin on his wife's estate

Family 1

Frances Sarah (?) Unknown born bt 1886 - 1887, died 11 Apr 1954

Family 2

Winifred Joan Harvey born 22 Mar 1912, died 18 May 1990

Henry James Mottram

Male, #14909, born 1873

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Henry James Mottram was born in 1873 at Shoalhaven, NSW, AUS. He married Mabel Rosina Glanville, daughter of John Glanville and Elizabeth Mary Corrie, in 1902 at Nowra, NSW, AUS.

Family

Mabel Rosina Glanville born 1875, died 6 Oct 1957

Gertrude Glanville

Female, #14910, born circa May 1879, died circa November 1882
FatherRobert Glanville born c May 1838, died 18 Aug 1897
MotherJane Rew born bt 1842 - 1843, died 24 Feb 1912

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Gertrude Glanville was born circa May 1879 at Woodbury, DEV, ENG; registered St Thomas. She was the daughter of Robert Glanville and Jane Rew. Gertrude Glanville died circa November 1882 at St Thomas registered, Exeter, DEV, ENG; recorded age 3. She was buried on 18 December 1882 at Woodbury, DEV, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 3 April 1881, Village, Woodbury, DEV, ENG, recorded age 1, living with her parents