Rev Frederick Charles Spencer

Male, ID #2072, b. before 1804, d. before 25 July 1835

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev Frederick Charles Spencer was born before 1804. He married Mary Anne Morland before 1824 at ENG. Rev Frederick Charles Spencer died before 25 July 1835.

Family

Mary Anne Morland b. bt 1795 - 1796, d. 21 Jan 1882
Children

Francis Bernhard Glanville

Female, ID #2073, b. July 1836, d. 8 January 1856
FatherRev Edward Fanshawe Glanville b. Apr 1807, d. 9 Aug 1878
MotherMary Anne Morland b. bt 1795 - 1796, d. 21 Jan 1882

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Francis Bernhard Glanville was born in July 1836 at OXF, ENG. She died on 8 January 1856 at St Germans registered, CON, ENG, at age 19; recorded age 19.

Other information

     Francis Bernhard Glanville was also known as Frances Bernard at death registration, listed with females but unclear whether gender explicitly recorded at death.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Francis Bernhard Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Wheatfield, OXF, ENG; recorded age 5, living with his parents.

Charles Fanshawe Glanville

Male, ID #2074, b. 1810, d. 1863
FatherFrancis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
MotherElizabeth Fanshaw b. 4 Feb 1772, d. 21 Dec 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charles Fanshawe Glanville was born in 1810 at St Germans, CON, ENG. He was baptized on 9 December 1810 at St Germans, CON, ENG; parents Francis, Esquire and Elizabeth Glanville. He married Hannah Saunders on 22 December 1844 at St James, Bristol, GLS, ENG; registered Bristol. His age 34, hers 22. Fathers named Francis Glanville, John Saunders. Charles Fanshawe Glanville died in 1863 at IOM, ENG. He was buried on 20 November 1863 at Ballaugh, IOM, ENG.

Other information

     The London Gazette listed:
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Richard Pope and Charles Fanshawe Glanville, in the business of Coal Merchants, carried on by us at Temple-backs, in the city of Bristol, is this day dissolved by mutual consent ; and notice is hereby further given, that all debts due and owing from the said copartnership wiil be paid by the said Richard Pope; and that all debts due to the said co-partnership will be received by the said Richard Pope, who is fully authorized to receive and give discharges for the same.— Dated this 7th day of January 1845.
Richard Pope.
Charles Fanshawe Glanville. on 10 January 1845.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Charles Fanshawe Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 49 Queen ***, Cavendish Square, Marylebone, MDX, ENG; recorded age 30, living with his parents.
  • He was a coal merchant on 10 January 1845.
  • He was a land holder on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Hannah Saunders appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Ballasmoar, Ballaugh, IOM, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 26. One Irish servant with them.
  • Charles Fanshawe Glanville was a gentleman, at baptism of daughter Alice on 19 November 1851.
  • He was a gentleman, at marriage of daur Alice on 9 January 1879.

Family

Hannah Saunders b. c 1822
Children

Hannah Saunders

Female, ID #2075, b. circa 1822

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Hannah Saunders was born circa 1822. She married Charles Fanshawe Glanville, son of Francis Glanville Esquire and Elizabeth Fanshaw, on 22 December 1844 at St James, Bristol, GLS, ENG; registered Bristol. His age 34, hers 22. Fathers named Francis Glanville, John Saunders.

Other information

     Hannah Saunders was also known as Harriet. Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Hannah Saunders and Charles Fanshawe Glanville appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Ballasmoar, Ballaugh, IOM, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 26. One Irish servant with them.

Family

Charles Fanshawe Glanville b. 1810, d. 1863
Children

Alice Glanville

Female, ID #2076, b. 12 November 1851
FatherCharles Fanshawe Glanville b. 1810, d. 1863
MotherHannah Saunders b. c 1822

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Glanville was born on 12 November 1851 at Ballaugh, IOM, ENG. She was baptized on 19 November 1851 at Ballaugh, IOM, ENG; parents named Charles Fanshawe Glanville and Hannah. She married Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara on 9 January 1879 at St James parish church, Paddington, MDX, ENG; registered Kensington. By licence dated 8 Jan 1879, both of full age. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named Francis MacNamara M.D., Charles Glanville gentleman. Licence stated he of Evesham, Worcester and she of St James Paddington.

Other information

     Her married name was Macnamara. As of 9 January 1879, Alice Glanville lived at St James parish, Paddington, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Alice Glanville and Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at Elm Grove, Berkhampstead, HRT, ENG; his age recorded 27, hers 29.

Family

Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara b. bt 1853 - 1854

Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara

Male, ID #2077, b. between 1853 and 1854

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara was born between 1853 and 1854 at India. He married Alice Glanville, daughter of Charles Fanshawe Glanville and Hannah Saunders, on 9 January 1879 at St James parish church, Paddington, MDX, ENG; registered Kensington. By licence dated 8 Jan 1879, both of full age. Bachelor and spinster. Fathers named Francis MacNamara M.D., Charles Glanville gentleman. Licence stated he of Evesham, Worcester and she of St James Paddington.

Other information

     As of 9 January 1879, Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara lived at parish of Evesham, Evesham, WOR, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Rev Henry Danvers Macnamara was a clerk in holy orders on 9 January 1879.
  • He was curate of Berkhamstead on 3 April 1881.
  • He and Alice Glanville appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at Elm Grove, Berkhampstead, HRT, ENG; his age recorded 27, hers 29.

Family

Alice Glanville b. 12 Nov 1851

Elizabeth Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2078, b. 1801, d. 29 March 1876
FatherFrancis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
MotherElizabeth Fanshaw b. 4 Feb 1772, d. 21 Dec 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Mary Glanville was born in 1801 at St Germans, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 3 November 1801 at St Germans, CON, ENG; parents Francis, Esquire and Elizabeth Glanville. She died on 29 March 1876 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; registered St Germans, recorded age 74. Her estate was probated on 27 May 1876 indexed as:
1876 GLANVILLE Elizabeth Mary late of Catchfrench, Parish of St Germans, Cornwall, spinster who died on 29 March 1876 at Catchfrench. Will proved at Bodmin on 27 May by Francis Robert Glanville of Plymouth, Devon, a Lieutenant-Colonel in HM Royal Artillery and the Reverend Henry Carew Glanville of Sheviock, Cornwall, clerk, the nephews, the executors, under £10,000.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Elizabeth Mary Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 49 Queen ***, Cavendish Square, Marylebone, MDX, ENG; recorded age 35, living with her parents.
  • She appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 49.
  • She was a landed proprietor on 30 March 1851.
  • She was a fundholder and land owner on 7 April 1861.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Catchfrench House, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 59, her sister Cordelia Fanshawe also there, both unmarried.
  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Catchfrench House, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 69, living with her sister Catherine F, both unmarried.
  • She was gentlewoman on 2 April 1871.

Cordelia Fanshawe Glanville

Female, ID #2079, b. 1803, d. before 1863
FatherFrancis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
MotherElizabeth Fanshaw b. 4 Feb 1772, d. 21 Dec 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Cordelia Fanshawe Glanville was born in 1803 at St Germans, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 7 July 1803 at St Germans, CON, ENG; Parents named Francis and Elizabeth Glanville. Other sources quote 25-10-1803 with birth 26-05-1803. She died before 1863 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; registered St Germans, recorded age 59. She was buried on 16 February 1863 at Parish Church, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 60. Her estate was probated on 14 May 1863 indexed as:
1863 GLANVILLE Cordelia Fanshawe late of Catchfrench in the Parish of St Germans, Cornwall, spinster, who died on 16 February 1863 at Catchfrench. Administration granted at Bodmin on 14 May to Francis Glanville, Esq., of Sconner House in the Parish of Sheviock, Cornwall, the brother and one of the next of kin, under £4000.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Cordelia Fanshawe Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 49 Queen ***, Cavendish Square, Marylebone, MDX, ENG; recorded age 30, living with her parents.
  • She was a fund holder on 30 March 1851.
  • She appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 47, living with her sister Elizabeth Mary.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Catchfrench House, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 57, living as sister to Elizabeth M., both unmarried.
  • She was a fundholder and land owner on 7 April 1861.

Catherine Fanshawe Glanville

Female, ID #2080, b. 1805, d. January 1875
FatherFrancis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
MotherElizabeth Fanshaw b. 4 Feb 1772, d. 21 Dec 1847

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Catherine Fanshawe Glanville was born in 1805 at St Germans, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 5 September 1805 at St Germans, CON, ENG; parents Francis, Esquire and Elizabeth Glanville. She died in January 1875 at St Germans, CON, ENG; registered St Germans, recorded age 69. She was buried on 14 January 1875 at Parish Church, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 70. Her estate was probated on 20 April 1875 indexed as:
1875 GLANVILLE Catherine Fanshaw late of Catchfrench, Parish of St Germans, Cornwall, spinster who died on 14 January 1875 at Catchfrench. Will (with codicil) proved at Bodmin on 20 April by Elizabeth Mary Glanville of Catchfrench, spinster, the sister and Francis Robert Glanville of Dover, Kent, a lieutenant Colonel in HM Royal Artillery and the Reverend Henry Carew Glanville of Sheviock, Cornwall, clerk, the nephews, the executors, under £5000.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Catherine Fanshawe Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at 49 Queen ***, Cavendish Square, Marylebone, MDX, ENG; recorded age 30, living with her parents.
  • She was a fund holder on 30 March 1851.
  • She appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Catchfrench, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 45, living with her sister Elizabeth Mary.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at 6 Athenaeum Terrace, Plymouth St Andrew, DEV, ENG; recorded age 55, a visitor in the household of Anne D Jago.
  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Catchfrench House, St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 65, living with her sister Elizabeth M, both unmarried.
  • She was gentlewoman on 2 April 1871.

Loveday Sarah Masterman

Female, ID #2081, b. 1773, d. April 1792

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Loveday Sarah Masterman was born in 1773 at ENG. She married Francis Glanville Esquire, son of Sir John Glanville Kt and Mary McNeill, on 22 October 1790 at Lanlivery, CON, ENG; By licence. Witnesses Thos Gregor, William Thomas.
Reported in Reading Mercury 8 Nov 1790:
Mr Francis Glanville, of Catch-French, has had the good fortune to catch Miss Masterman, with a fortune of 70,000 l.
Reported in Kentish Gazette 29 Oct 1790:
Friday last, at Lanlivery, in Cornwall, Francis Glanville, Esq; of Catch-French, to Miss Loveday Sarah Masterman, one of the daughters and co-heiress of the late William Masterman, Esq; of Restormel Park. Loveday Sarah Masterman died in April 1792 at ENG. She was buried on 18 April 1792 at St Andrew's parish church, Holborn, London, LND, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. As of 22 October 1790, Loveday Sarah Masterman lived at Lanlivery, CON, ENG.

Family

Francis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
Child

Loveday Sarah Glanville

Female, ID #2082, b. 11 April 1792, d. 4 September 1864
FatherFrancis Glanville Esquire b. 31 Jul 1762, d. 3 Jul 1846
MotherLoveday Sarah Masterman b. 1773, d. Apr 1792

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Loveday Sarah Glanville was born on 11 April 1792 at ENG. She was baptized on 7 April 1795 at St Margaret's parish church, St Margaret Street, Westminster, MDX, ENG; Loveday Sarah Glanvill D of Francis Eqs by Loveday Sarah born April 11 1792. She married Gordon William Francis Booker J.P. on 20 June 1814 at St Germans, CON, ENG; reported 30 Jun 1814 in North Wales Gazette newspaper:
At St. German's, Cornwall, on Monday the 20th inst, Gordon Booker, Esq. Captain in the Royal Welsh Fusileers, and nephew to his Grace the Duke of Gordon to Sarah, eldest daughter of Francis Glanville, Esq. of Latchfrench, in the same county. Loveday Sarah Glanville died on 4 September 1864 at Trewarthenick, Grampound Road, Tregoney, CON, ENG, at age 72.

Other information

     Loveday Sarah Glanville was also known as Sarah. Loveday Sarah Glanville was also known as Gregor when her husband changed his surname, by letters patent. Her married name was Booker.

Family

Gordon William Francis Booker J.P. b. 2 Oct 1789
Children

Gordon William Francis Booker J.P.

Male, ID #2083, b. 2 October 1789

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Gordon William Francis Booker J.P. was born on 2 October 1789. He married Loveday Sarah Glanville, daughter of Francis Glanville Esquire and Loveday Sarah Masterman, on 20 June 1814 at St Germans, CON, ENG; reported 30 Jun 1814 in North Wales Gazette newspaper:
At St. German's, Cornwall, on Monday the 20th inst, Gordon Booker, Esq. Captain in the Royal Welsh Fusileers, and nephew to his Grace the Duke of Gordon to Sarah, eldest daughter of Francis Glanville, Esq. of Latchfrench, in the same county.

Other information

     Gordon William Francis Booker J.P. was also known as William Gordon Francis. On 1826 his name was legally changed to Gregor by letters patent from Booker.

Family

Loveday Sarah Glanville b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 4 Sep 1864
Children

Francis Glanville Booker

Male, ID #2084, b. 3 September 1816
FatherGordon William Francis Booker J.P. b. 2 Oct 1789
MotherLoveday Sarah Glanville b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 4 Sep 1864

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Francis Glanville Booker was born on 3 September 1816 at ENG.

Other information

     Francis Glanville Booker was also known as Gregor when his father changed his name in 1825.

Jane Frances Booker

Female, ID #2085, b. 1818
FatherGordon William Francis Booker J.P. b. 2 Oct 1789
MotherLoveday Sarah Glanville b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 4 Sep 1864

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Frances Booker was born in 1818 at ENG. She married Sir Paul Wiliam Molesworth after 1838.

Other information

     Jane Frances Booker was also known as Gregor when her father changed his name in 1825. Her married name was Molesworth.

Sir Paul Wiliam Molesworth

Male, ID #2086

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir Paul Wiliam Molesworth married Jane Frances Booker, daughter of Gordon William Francis Booker J.P. and Loveday Sarah Glanville, after 1838.

Family

Jane Frances Booker b. 1818

Georgina Mary Booker

Female, ID #2087, b. 19 July 1820
FatherGordon William Francis Booker J.P. b. 2 Oct 1789
MotherLoveday Sarah Glanville b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 4 Sep 1864

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Georgina Mary Booker was born on 19 July 1820 at ENG.

Other information

     Georgina Mary Booker was also known as Gregor when her father changed his name in 1825.

Elizabeth Glanville Booker

Female, ID #2088, b. 15 March 1826, d. August 1871
FatherGordon William Francis Booker J.P. b. 2 Oct 1789
MotherLoveday Sarah Glanville b. 11 Apr 1792, d. 4 Sep 1864

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville Booker was born on 15 March 1826 at ENG. She died in August 1871 at age 45.

Other information

     Elizabeth Glanville Booker was also known as Gregor when her father changed his name in 1825.

Sir John Glanville Kt

Male, ID #2089, b. 29 December 1695, d. circa May 1769
FatherJulius Glanville b. 18 Sep 1667, d. c 1709
MotherMartha Corderoy b. b 1669, d. 1716

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir John Glanville Kt was born on 29 December 1695 at London, MDX, ENG. He was baptized on 30 December 1695 at St Dunstan & All Saints parish church, Stepney, MDX, ENG; John son of Julius Glanvile of BethnallGreene Linnen Draper & of Mary uxor. 1 day old. He married Elizabeth Andrews on 8 September 1724 at St Peter, Cornhill, London, LND, ENG; Jo* Glanvill of St Stephens Colemain Street London and Eliz. Andrews of ye same By Licence. Note that other Johns on the same page were written in full. Sir John Glanville Kt married Mary McNeill on 24 November 1767 at St Mary the Virgin, Marlborough, WIL, ENG; by licence. Sr John Glanvill, knt. of Cliffe Aney, in the par. of Hill Marten, & Mary McNeill, of this parish. Cliffe Aney Hill Martin is Cliffansty Farm or Cleveancy/Cliffansty House, Hilmarton, Wiltshire. His estate was probated on 17 April 1769 This Will was proved at London with a Codicil
the seventeenth day of April in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and sixty nine before the Worshipfull
George Harris Doctor of Laws and Surrogate of the Right
Worshipfull George May Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or
Commifsary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully
consistuted by the Oaths of the Reverend Thoms Meyler
Clerk and Dame Mary Glanvill Widow the Relict of the
deceased the Executors named in the said Codicil to whom
Administration was granted of all and singular the Goods
Chattels and Credits of the said deceased they having been first
sworn duly to administer. Sir John Glanville Kt died circa May 1769 at ENG. He was buried on 6 May 1769 at St Germans, CON, ENG; recorded age 73.

Other information

     Sir John Glanville Kt was married 2 times.
Was Sherriff of Cornwall, listed as John Glanvill of Catchfrench, Efq in The London Gazette of Jan 29 - Feb 2 1754 in 1754.
The Leeds Intelligencer reported:
His Majestry has been pleased to confer the Honour of Knighthood on John Glanville, Esq; of Catchfrench, late High Sheriff of the County of Cornwall on 11 February 1755.
He left a will on 3 November 1762; I Sir John Glanvill of
Catchfrench in the County of Cornwall Knight do make and
ordain this my last Will and Testamenht in manner and
forme following. ffirst I give untio Mrs Mary M'Neil all the
three per cent consolidated Bank Annuities where I shall
be propriertor or Intitled to at the time of my decease with
all the Interest that shall then remain due thereon I also
give unto the said Mary M'Neil all my household Goods
and ffurniture Plate Linnen and utensils of household
which shall be at the time of my decease in my house
Cleveancy in the parish of Hillmarton in the County of
Wilts I also give and devise all my Messuages Landss and
Tenements called or known by the Name of Knights ffarm
with the Appurtenances situate near Wokingham in the
County of Berks unto my natural daughter Mary
Glanvill born of the body of the said Mary M'neil and
to the heirs of the Body of the said mary Glanville
lawfully ifsuing and for default of such Ifsue I give and
devise the same unto my natural son John Glanvill born
of the body of the said Mary M'Neil and the heirs of
his Body lawfully ifsuing and for default of
such Ifsue I give and devise the same unto the said
Mary M'Neil for and during the Term of her natural
Life and from and after her decease I give and devise the
same unto my Niece Anne Irvine her heirs and Afsignes
for ever I also give and devise unto my said natural
Daughter Mary Glanvill all the Rent that shall
happen to be due and in arrear to me for Knights
Tenement aforesaid from the Tenant or Tenants thereof
at the time of my decease I also give unto my said
natural daughter mary Glanville for a during the
term of natural Life one Annuilty or yearly Rent of
Twenty pounds of lawful money of Great Britain to be
ifsuing and payable out of all that my Manor or
*epurtes Manor of Cleveancy and other other my
Mefsuages Lands Tenement and hereditamenets in the
said County of Wilts and also out of all my capital
Mefsuage Barton ffarm and Lands called Catchfrench
situate and lying in the parish of Saint Germans in the
County of Cornwall, the said annuity or rent to be paid by
two equal half-yearly paymanets and the first payment
thereof to be made and begin at the end of one half year
after my decease and every such payment to be had and made
free and without any deduction or Abatement for Taxes
Charges or Afsessments imposed or to be imposed or Act of
parliament or otherwise howsoever together with full power
to and for may said natural daughter when and as often as
the said Annuity or Rent or any part thereof shall be behind
and unpaid at any of the said half yearly days of payment
into and upon the said Manor Mefsuages Barton ffarm
Lands and Premifses therewith chargeable as aforesaid
or into and upon any part of parcel thereof to cufer and
distrain and the Distrefs and Distrefats there taken to
Impound and Sell in like manner as may be done in case
of Rent received upon Lease for and towards Satisfactions
of such Arrearages of the said Annuity or Rent and of
the Charges of such Distrefses and Sales And I do will
and desire that my said natural daughter shall live with and
be under the care and direction of her said Mother
and I do hope and earnestly desire that if the said
Mary M'Neil shall happen to die before her said
children she will give the said Bank Annuities given to
her as aforesaid or so much thereof as she may not
have occasion to use in her lief time unto and amongst
her adid Children in such mannr as she shall think fit
Also I give and devise all that Mefsuags and Tenement
with the Appurtenances commonly called or known by
the Name fo Robert Seagers Tenement lying in the
parish of Hillmarton aforesaid being parcel of the said
Manor of Cleveancy until my said natural son ffrancis
Glanvill and the heirs of his Body lawfully ifsuing
and for default of such Ifsue I give and devise the same
unto my said natural son John Glanville and the heirs
of his body lawfully ifsuing and for default of such
Ifsue I give and devize the same unto my said
natural Daughter Mary Glanvill and the heirs fo her
Body lawfully ifsuing and for default of such Ifsue I
give and devise the same to the honourable George
Lord Edgcombe his heirs and Afsigns for ever Also
I give and devise all that my aforesaid Manor or
reputed Manor of Cleveancy with its Rights
Members and Appurtenances and all other my
Mefsuages Lands Tenements and heredifaments
situate in that County of Wiles (except only the aforesaid
Mefsuage and Tenement called Robrt Seagers
Tenement) and also all my said Capital Mefsuage
Barton ffarm and Lands called Catchfrench and all
other my Mefsuages Lands Tenements and hereditts
situate in the said County of Cornwall (all subject to
the said Annuity or Rent of Twenty Pounds a Year
charged thereon as aforesaid) and the Reversion & Reversions
Remainder and Remainders Rents Duties and Services
thereof unto my said natural Son John Glanvill for and
during the Term of his natural Life without Impeachment
of or for any manner of Waste and from and after the
determination of that Estate then I give and devise the
same unto Alexander Irvine of the Town of Southampton
Esquire and John Neal Badcock of London Gentleman and
their heirs for and during the Life of my said natural son
John in Trust to preserve the Contingent Remainders
thereof herinafter limited from being defeated or destroyed
and for that purpose to make Entries and being Actions as
Occasion shall be or require yet neverthlefs to permit and
suffer my said Son John to receive and take the Rents
Ifsues and Profits thereof to his own use during his Life
and from and after his decease then I give and devise my
said Manor of Cleveancy and all other the presmifses in the
County of Wilts (except as before excepted) to the said
Alexander Irvine and John Neal Badcock their Executors
Administrators and Afsigns for and during the term of Two
hundred years from thence next ensuing without Impeach*
of or for any manner of Waste upon such Trusts and to
and for such Intents and purposes as are hereinafter
exprefsed and declared of ans concerrning the same Anad from
and after the decease of my said son John I give and
devise my said Capital Mefsuage Lands and Premifses
called Catchfrench and also my said Manor Lands and
premifses in the County of Wilts (except befor excepted)
from and after the Expiration or other sooner determination
of the said Term of Two hundred years therein unto the first
son of the body of my said natural son John lawfully
ifsuing and to the heirs Male of the Body of such first
son lawfully ifsuing and for default of such Ifsue then
to the second Son of the Body of my said Son John
lawfully ifsuing and to the heirs Male of the Body of
such second Son lawfully ifsuing and for default of such
Ifsue then likewise to the heirs fourth and every other
Son of my said Son John lawfully ifsing succesfsively and
in Remainder the one after the other as they shall be in
seniority of age and priority of Birth and the several and
respective heir Male of the Body of every such third
fourth and other son and sons the eldest of such son and sons
and the heirs Male of his Body being always preferred
and to take before any of the younger Sons and the heirs
Male of his Body and for default of such Ifsue Male of
my said natural Son John Then I give and devise the same
to my said natural son ffrancis Glanville for and
during the Term of his natural Life without Impeachment
of or for any manner of Waste and from and after the
determination of that Estate then I give and devise the
same unto the said Alexander Irvine and John Neal
Badcock and their heirs for and during the Life of my said
natural Son ffrancis In Trust to preserve the contingent
Remainders thereof heringafter limited from being defeated
or destroyed and for that purpose to make Intries and
using Actions as occasion shall be or require yet
nevertheless to permit and suffer my said son ffrancis to
receive and take the Rents Ifsues and Profits thereof to
his own use during his Life and from and after his decease
Then I give and devise my said Manor of Cleveancy and
all other the premifses in the County of Wilts (except as
before excepted) to the said Alexander Irvine and John
Neal Badcock their Executors Administrators and Afsigns
for and during the Term of one hundred years from
thence next ensuing without Impeachment of or for any
manner of Waste upon such Trusts and to and for such
Intents and purposes as are hereinafter exprefsed and
declared of and concerning the same and from and after
the decease of my said son ffrancis I give and devise my
said Capital Mefsuage Lands and Premifses in the County
of Wilts (except before excepted) from and after the
Expiration or other sooner Determination of the said Term
of One hundred years therein unto the first son of the
Body of my said natural Son ffrancis lawfully ifsuing
and for default of such Ifsue Then to the second Son of the
body of my said son ffrancis lawfully ifsuing
and for default of such Ifsue Then likewise to the third
fourth and every other Son of my said son ffrancis lawfully
ifsuing succifsivleyand in Remainder the one after the
other as they shall be in seniority of age and priority
of Birth and the several and respective Heirs Male of the
Body of every such third fourth and other son and sons
was the eldest of such son and sons and the heirs Male of
his Body being always preferred and to take before any of
the younger sons and the heirs Male of his Body and for
default of such Ifsue Male of my said natural Son ffrancis
Then I give and devise the same to the heirs of the Body of
my said natural Son John lawfully ifsuing and for default of
such Ifsue to the heirs of the Body o fmy said natural son
ffrancis lawfully isfuing and for default of such Ifsue then
I give and devise the same unto my said natural daughter
Mary and the heirs of her Body lawfully ifsuing and for
default of such Ifsue Then I give and devise the same to
the Honourable George Lord Edcomb his heirs and Afsigns
for ever and as to the said Term of Two hundred years
hereinbefore limited it is my Will and meaning in case my
said son John shall have more childlren than one Ifsue Male
who after the determination of the said term shall be
intitled to the Inheritance of the premifses therein comprised
by virtue of the Limitations before mentioned that they the
said Alexander Irvine and John Neal Badcock and the
survivors of them and the Executors Administrators and
Afsigns of such Survivor shall by the Rents Ifsues and
profits of the premifses comprized in the said Term or
by Leasing Mortgaging or Sale of the same of any
part thereof for all or any part of the said Term of by
all or any of those ways raise and levy the sum of one
thousand pounds of lawful money of Great Britain for
the daughters and younger sons of my said son John
be equally divided and paid to him her and them at his
her or their respective ages of twent one years or days of
Marriage which shall first happen share and share alike
And likewise such yarly sum and sums of money for the
Maintenance and Education of such Daughters and
younger Children from and after the death of my said son
John until his her or their said shares or portions shall
respectively become payable as my said Trustees and the
survivor shall think fit and convenient such yearly
Maintenance not exceeding the Interest of their respective
portions at the rate of ffive pounds per cent per annum
And it is my Will and meaning that if any such daughters
or younger sons shall happen to die before his her or their
portion or portions shall become payable are aforesaid
then the portion and portions of him her or them so
dying shall go to and be equally divided amongst the
survivors and survivor of them share and share alike if
more than one and shall be paid at such time and times
as his her for their original portion of portions shall
become payable and further that the residue and
Overplus of the Rents and profits of the same premifses
over and above the respective Maintenance of such
younger child or Chilren shall until their respective portion or
portions become payable be paid to the person or persons
who shall for the time being be next in Remainder or
Reversion of the said Term of Two hundred years provided
always that the said Term shall cease and determine when
the Trust thereof with the Charges and Expenses of Exercuting
the same shall be paid andn performed or shall become of no
effect by death or otherwise and as to the said Term of One
hundred years hereinbefore limited It is my Will and meaning
in case my said son John shall happen to have no Ifsue Male
who after the determination of the said Term of one
hundred years shsll be intitled to the Inheritance of the
premifses therein comprised by virtue of the Limitionats
before mentioned that then my said Trustees therein and
the Survivor of them and the Executors Administrators and
Afsigns of such survivor shall by the Rents Isfues and
profits of the same premifses or by Leasing Mortgaging or
Sale thereof or of any part thereof raise and levy the sum
of one thousand pounds of like lawful money for the
daughters and younger sons of my said son ffrancis to be
raised divided and paid to and amongst them and the
survivor and survivors of them at their respective ages of Twenty one
or days of Marriage and with yearly sums for Maintenance
and Education in the mean time and in the same manner
and form in very respect as I have directed and appointed
the like sum of One thousand pounds to be raised divided
and paid to any among the Daughters and younger Children of
my said son John and under the same disposition of the
Overplus of the Rent and profits and the same provision for
determining the said Term of One hundred years And my
Will and meaning further is that my said natural son John
in case of his dying without Ifsue male in the lifetime of my
said son ffrancis that my said son ffrancis shall and may
respectively by any deed or writing under his hand and seal
convey limit and appoint the said Manor Lands and
premifses in the County of Wilts (except before excepted) or
any part thereof unto or for a Jointure for a Wife for and
during her natural Life and also by any Writing or Writings
Indented under his hand and seal to devise and lease all
and singular the aforesaid Manor Mefsuages Lands and
premifses in the said Counties of Wilts and Cornwall or any
part or prts thereof to any person or persons for any Term
or number of years not exceeding twenty one years to comence
in pofsefsion so as upon every such lease to be made there be
devised and made payable dring the continuance of such
Lease the best improved yearly Rent that can be gotten for
the same without any ffine or other consideration to abate the
Rent and so as such Leases be not made dispunishable of or
for Waste And it is my Will and I do order and riect that my
Lease and term of years in the Rectory and Tythes of the
parish of Saint Germans aforesaid shall out of the Ifsues
and profits of the same or otherwise be received every seven
years according to the tenure thereof under the Church of
Windsor so as such Renewal thereof may be hand and obtained
for such reasonable price and consideration as my Executors
in Trust or the survivor of them or other person or persons to
be interisted therein by virtue of this my Will shall from
time to time think reasonable and agree to And that the
said Rectory and Tythes shall be held and enjoyed with my
said Capital Mefsuage Lands and Premifses called Catchfrench
from time to time during the continuance of such Lease and
Leases thereof by my said son John and such other person
and persons as shall be in pofsefsion of and Intitled to the
ffreehold of Catchfrench aforesaid by virtue of the several
Limiations thereof hereinbefore contained to whom insuch
manner I give the present and future Lease and Leases
of the said Rectory and Tythes accordingly and I do give
leave to teh said Mary M'Neil to dwell in any of my
houses at Clevancy or Catchfrench as long as she shall
think fit during the Minority of my said natural children
provided it be no hindrance to the letting or demising such
Mesfuages and premifses I give and bequeath to my said natural
son ffrancis the sum of ffive hundred pounds of lawful money
of Great Britain at his age of twenty one years or day of
Marriage which shall first happen, with the Interest and
Improvement thereof from and after my decease until the
same shall become due as aforesaid but if the said ffrancis
shall happen to die before his age of twenty one years
and unmarried then it is my Will that the said Legacy
of ffive hundred pounds so given him shall lapse and
remain as part of my Residuary Eate. I give and dispose
of the Tuition and Guardianship of my said son John and
if he die under the age of twenty one and unmarried then
the Tuition and Guardianship of my said son ffrancis
unto the said Alexander Irvine and Mary M'Niel and
the survivor of them until Marriage of attaining the
age of twetny one years which shall first happen and it
is my Will and I do direct that my said son John shall
be kept at some publick school either Saints Pauls
Westminster Eaton or Winchester and if he be found of
good Capacity that he may be educated at Oxford and
bred to the Bar or a Physician at this choice otherwise
that he be bred a Merchant or to some Genteel Trade
suitable to him and my Will is that my said son John
shall have sum allowance for his Maintenance and
Education as the Rents Houses Profits and Interest of
the Real and personal Estate to which he will be
intitled under this my will after the deduction of his
Sisters annuity and other Charges thereon will
support and afford not meanly but in a handsome
manner at the discretion of my Executors hereafter
named And I do hereby make and appoint the said
Alexander Irvine and also the said Mary M'Neil for
and during such time and so long only as she shall
live unmarried and reside and continue in England and
no longer to be Executor ane Executors of this my last
Will and Testament And I do give unto each of them the
said Alexander Irvine and Mary M'Neil taking on
himself and herself the Execution of this my Will ffifty
pounds of lawful money of Great Britain for the care
and Trouble therein I also give unto the said Alexander
Irvine and Anne his wife ten pounds each for Mournings
And I do will and driect that if my personal Estate
shall not be sufficient for the payment of my Debts and
Legacies that then the Rents and Profits of my Lands
and Real Estate shall in aid of my personal Estate be
subject and liable to the payment of my debts
and Legacies I give devise and bequeath unto my said
natural son John at his age of Twenty one years or
day of Marriage which shall first happen but if he
shall happen to die before that Age and shall not have
been Married then I give devise and bequeath the same
unto my said natural son ffrancis at his age of Twenty
one years of day of Marriage which shall first happen
but if he shall also happen to die before that age and shall
not have been Married then I give devise and bequeath
the same unto my said natural daugther Mary at her age
of Twenty one years or her day of Marriage which shall
first happen But if the said John, ffrancis and Mary
shall all three happen to die under their respective ages
of Twenty oone years and shll not either of them have
been Married than and in such case only I give devise
All the aforesaid Residues so given to my said natural Sons
and Daughter unto the said Mary M'Niel their Mother
and until my niece Ann Irvine wife of the said Alexander
Irvine and the survivor of them and the Executors Admons
and Afsigns of such survivor And it is my Will that neither
of my said Executors shall be charged or chargeable with or
for any part of my Esate further or otherwise than only for
such and so much thereof as shall come tohis or her hands
and Disposal Also it is my Will and I do devise that I may be
buried with my dear Wife in the Church of Saint Germans in
as plain and decent a manner as can be and that a Stone
may be put her her Monument no bigger than to contain
the following Inscription viz [Sir John Glanvill Knight husband of the above Elizabeth Glanvill and the day and year of my death] there is room under her Monument to put
such as Stone I give under John Swigg my hind at
Catchfrench aforesaid if he be in my service at the time of
my decease ten pounds andn it is my Will that the said
John Swigg shall have Ten pounds a year Wages beside
his Diet for his service and care in and about the Mefsuages
Lands Tyhes and premifses in the said parish of Saint
Germans now committed to his Charge so long as he shall
behave himself well and continue in such service And I do
hereby revoke and make void all former and other Wills
and Testaments by me at any time heretofore made In
Witnefs whereof I have to this my lsat Will and Testatament
contained in six sheets of paper to each sheet thereof set my
hand and seal this third day of November in the third year
of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George the third King of
Great Britain Etc and in the year of our Lord one thousand
seven hundred and sixty two / 1762 -- John Glanvill. Signed
sealed and publish by the said Sir John Glanvill as and
for his last Will and Testament in the pressence of us who
then subscribed our names as Witnefses hereunto inhis
presence and in presence of each other at this request after the obliteration
in the thirty fourth and thirty fifth lines of the second sheet
and the Razure and insert the name John Neal Badcock
at two places in the same sheet and also the Razure and
insertting the said Jno Neal Badcock's Name about the
middle of the third sheet. John Anstis. Wm. Keat.
W. Dangar.
He left a will on 10 October 1768; This is a Codicil or Addition to the last Will and
Testament of me Sir John Glanvill of Catch-ffrench in the
County of Cornwall Knight bearing date on or about the
third day of November 1761 - I continue my said Will and
the several Gifts Bequests Devises and Appointments
therein contained Save and Except such of them as are
hereby revoked and made void and first I revoke and make
void the Gift in my said Will to Mrs Mary M'Neil of all
the three per cent consolidated Bank Annuities whereof
I should be proprietor at the time of my decease I having
since making my said Will intermarrics with the said Mrs.
M Neil and previous thereto settled the same as a
provision for her by Deed of Settlement and whereas by my
said Will I have given to the said Mrs M'Neil all my
household Goods and ffurniture plate linen and utensils of
household in my House at Cleveanry in the parish of
Hillmarten in the County of Wilts which since that time
have been removed from my said house upon my quitting the
same I do therefore give to my said Wife all my household
Goods and ffurniture Plate Linen and Utensils of household
which at the time of my decease shall be in Poulton House
in the parish of Wilsenhall in the County of Wilts wherein
I now reside or in any other house I shall occupy as a
dwelling house in the County of Wilts Also I revoke and
make void the Gift or devise contained in my said Will to
my natural Daughter Mary Glanville during her natural
life of one annuity or yearly Rent of Twenty pounds
and do disencumber and discharge the several Estates
charged by my said will with the payment of the said
annuity from the payment thereof and in lieu of the said
annuity I give to my said natural daughter Mary
Glanvill at and when she shall attain her age of Twenty
One years the sum of ffour hundred pounds of lawful
money of Great Britain and as a further provision for
my said natural daughter over and besides such other
provision as I have already made for her by my siad
Will I give her also the further sum of ffive hundred
pounds at and when she shall attain her age of twenty
one years the said several sums of ffour hundred
pounds and ffive hundred pounts to be paid out of my
personal estate and laid out by my Executors as soon
as conveniently may be after my decease in the purchase
of Government Securities in their Names And I direct
that the Dividends on Interest thereof shall be applied
by them in maintaining and educating my said
Daughter until she shall attain her age of Twenty Oone
years and in Case my said natural daughter shall
happen to die under the age of Twenty one years and
without leaving Ifsue of her Body lawfully begotten Then
and in that case my Will is and I hereby direct that the said
two several sums of ffour hundred pounts and ffive hundred
pounds and the ffunds or Securities in which the same shall
stand invested at the time of her decease together with
such Interest thereof (if any) as shall not have been laid
laid out in or upon her Maintenance or Education shall
sink into and be considered as part of the Residue of my
Estate but if my said Daughter should die before her
attaining the age of Twenty one years and leave Ifsue of
her Body lawfully begotten my Will is that the said
Legacy or sums of ffour hundred pounds and ffive hundred
pounds or the Securities in which the same shall be invested
are aforesaid shall go and be applied or appropriated to and
for the use and Benefit of such her Ifsue Also I give to my
natural son ffrancis the further sum of one thousand pounds
of lawful money of Great Britain at and when he shall
attain his age of Twenty one years and which sum of one
thousand pounds together with the sum of ffive hundred
pounds by me given to my said son by my said Will I direct
shall be laid out by my Executors as soon as conveniently may
be after my decease in the purchase of Government Securities
and the Interest and Dividend of them or so much of such
Interest or Dividends as my Executors shall in their
Discretion think fit shall be applied in the Maintaining
and Education my said natural son ffrancis until he
shall attain his age of Twenty one years provided
always and I hereby empower my said Executors
during the Minority of my said natural son ffrancis to raise by Sale of a sufficient part of the Securities in which the said sum of one thousand ffive hundred pounds
shall be invested such sum of Money as they shall in
their Discretion think fit for putting my said natural
son ffrancis out apprentice or Clerk to any Trade or
profefsion or otherwise for his Advancement in the
World and in case my said natural son ffrancis
shall happen to die before he shall attain his said
ages of Twenty one years and without leaving Ifsue
of his Body lawfully begotton Then and in such
case I will and direct that the said two several sums
of one thousand pounds and ffive hundred pounds
and the Securities in which the same shall be invested or
so much thereof as shll be then remaining unapplied in
putting my said son apprentice or Clerk or otherwise for
his Advancement inthe World together with the Savings
of the Dividends thereof (if any such there shall be) shall
sink into and be considered as part of the Residue of
my Estate but if my said Son ffrancis should die before
his attaining th eage of Twenty one years and leave Ifsue
of his Body lawfully begotten my Will is that the said
Legacy of sume of ffive hundred pounds and one thousand
pounds or the Securities in which the same shall stand
invested or so much thereof as shall be then remaining
unapplied as aforesaid shall go to and be applied or
appropriated to and for the use and Benefit of such his
Ifsue Also I give to my Nephew John Glanvill of Plymouth
Two hundred pounds to be paid him at and when he shall
attain his age of twenty five years or sooner if shall be
thought proper or necefsary for his Benefit at the
Discretion of my Executors Also I give to my Niece Anne
Irvine the Wife of Alexander Irvine of the Town of
Southampton Esquire the sume of one hundred pounds
including in the said Legacy a sum of ffifty pounds which
I sometime since promised to leave or give her by a
Letter under my hand wherein I also promised to leave or
give her a pearl Necklace (consisting of sixty six pearls and
a Diamond Locket) which promise I hereby recall and make
void and I give the said Necklace and Lockett to my said
natural daughter Mary Glanvill and I give to my said
Niece Mrs Irvine my best diamond Ring and my Embofs'd
Silver Cup and Salver and I order the said Legacy of
one hundred pounds (the aforesaid ffifty pounds mention'd
in my Letter being cincluded therein and reckonded as part
thereof) to be paid to my said Niece within on year
after my decease Also I give to my servants Robert
Cornew and ffrancis Swigg in cse they continue in my
Service at my decease the sum of Ten pounds apiece and
I order that the several Legacies hereby given shall be
raised and paid ouit of my personal Estate and effects and
whereas since the making of my said Will I have taken
a new Lease of the Rectory and Tythes of the parish of
Saint Germans my Will is and I do hereby direct (as I
have already done in and by my said last Will) that the
said Rectory and Tythes shall be held and enjoyed by my
natural Son John and my said other natural children
ffrancis and Mary in such manner as I have exprefsed
and declared in and by my said last Will and Testament
Lastly I revoke the Appointment made by my said Will
of the aforesaid Alexander Irvine to be one of my
Executors and to have the Tuition and Guardianship of
my Children and do likewise revoke the Legacy given
him of ffifty pounds and do make and appoint my good
ffriend the Reverend Mr Thomas Meyler Master of the
Grammar School as Marlborough in the County of Wilts
(under whose Care I have already placed my said Sons
John and ffrancis) to be together with my said Wife (in
my Will already mentioned and appointed by her former
name of Mary M'Neil) Executors of my said last Will
and this Codicil which I declare to be the only Codicil
Hereto and I give and dispose of the Tuition and
Guardianship of my said three natural Children herein and
in my said Will named to my said Wife and the Reverend
Mr Meyler until my said three natural children shall
severally attain their respective ages of Twenty one years
And I give to the said Mr Weyler he taking onhim the
Execution of my Will and Codicil the sum of ffifty pounds
I having already given the like sum upon the same condition
to my now Wife by my said last Will in Witnefs whereof I
the said Sir John Glanvill have to the Codicil or Addition
to my last Will contained in two sheets of paper to each
sheet set my hand and seal the tenth day of October in the
year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight
John Glanvill Signed sealed published and declared by the
said Sir John Glanvill the Testator as and for a Codicil or
Addition to his last Will and Testament in the presence of us
who in the presence of the said Testator and of each other
have subscribed our names as Witnefses thereto - Thomas
Whellier. Joseph Plaistead. Saml Tucker.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Sir John Glanville Kt was an Apothecary, when named Executor of the will of his uncle John Glanvill in 1724.

Family 1

Elizabeth Andrews b. b 1704, d. 23 Aug 1748
Children

Family 2

Mary McNeill b. b 1736
Children

Mary McNeill

Female, ID #2090, b. before 1736

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary McNeill was born before 1736. She married Sir John Glanville Kt, son of Julius Glanville and Martha Corderoy, on 24 November 1767 at St Mary the Virgin, Marlborough, WIL, ENG; by licence. Sr John Glanvill, knt. of Cliffe Aney, in the par. of Hill Marten, & Mary McNeill, of this parish. Cliffe Aney Hill Martin is Cliffansty Farm or Cleveancy/Cliffansty House, Hilmarton, Wiltshire.

Other information

     Mary McNeill was also known as Dame Mary Glanville. Her married name was Glanville. She was living in 1769; when she proved the Will of her son John.

Family

Sir John Glanville Kt b. 29 Dec 1695, d. c May 1769
Children

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2091, b. before 1762
FatherSir John Glanville Kt b. 29 Dec 1695, d. c May 1769
MotherMary McNeill b. b 1736

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 1762; as named in her father's will of that year. She married Rev William Blunt on 23 March 1788 at St Germans, CON, ENG.

Other information

     Mary Glanville was also known as Mary Martha according to some sources. Her married name was Blunt.

Family

Rev William Blunt b. 1761, d. 1790

Rev William Blunt

Male, ID #2092, b. 1761, d. 1790

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev William Blunt was born in 1761. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of Sir John Glanville Kt and Mary McNeill, on 23 March 1788 at St Germans, CON, ENG. Rev William Blunt died in 1790.

Family

Mary Glanville b. b 1762

Thomas George Glanville III

Male, ID #2094, b. between 1962 and 1963, d. August 2005

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas George Glanville III was born between 1962 and 1963 at USA. He died in August 2005 at Henderson, NV, USA; with obituary:
Friends, family mourn mystery death of local kickboxer Glanville
Las Vegas Sun. Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005 9:28 a.m.
Family and friends described professional heavyweight kickboxer Tommy "Rhino" Glanville as a tenacious warrior with a gentle soul.
The mystery of his death last Wednesday in his sleep at his Henderson home saddens and puzzles them.
They are searching for answers as to why the 42-year-old athlete was struck down just after starting to train again. He had been out of the sport for about a year following two knockout losses in 2004.
"He had a fierce, warrior's aura, but a kind heart," said Tony Jones, a longtime friend who believes an autopsy will find the cause was an aneurism or something similar that was difficult to detect in the state-mandated comprehensive physicals Glanville took to compete at his advanced age.
"Tommy was everyone's protector, but he was a real teddy bear."
Jones and Glanville's family don't deny that the cause of death could be related to his years in the contests that involve bare feet and fists covered by 10-ounce gloves smashing into competitors' heads.
The Clark County Coroner is withholding a finding on the official cause of death pending toxicology reports that could take 2-8 weeks to return from the laboratory.
Henderson Police responded to the scene on the day Glanville died and found no signs of trauma or foul play. They are treating the case as a natural death, department spokesman Keith Paul said.
Services for George Thomas "Tommy" Glanville III, a Southern Nevada resident of 16 years, will be 6 p.m. Thursday at Palm Mortuary-Eastern. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. at that location. Palm Mortuary-Henderson is handling the arrangements.
Glanville amassed 19 wins and 7 losses as a professional kickboxer, including handing Mark "The Shark" Miller his first loss as a pro in 2000.
Marc Ratner, executive director of the Nevada Athletic Commission, which oversees kickboxing, says Glanville's death appears unrelated to injuries he may have suffered last year while fighting the sport's biggest name, Bob "The Beast" Sapp, who beat Glanville in 33 seconds, or in his last bout in August 2004, a knockout loss to Raul Romero. Both fights were at the Bellagio.
Because Glanville was older than age 36, Nevada required him to undergo comprehensive physicals before each fight. Also, under Nevada rules for boxing and kickboxing, Glanville served required 30-day suspensions for his knockout losses, Ratner said.
George Glanville said his son arguably took more punishment in a 2001 Henderson auto crash than he took from any opponent he ever faced in the ring.
He said his son fell asleep at the wheel of his Cadillac, crashed into a wall on Interstate 215 and was ejected from the vehicle. Doctors at the University Medical Center used more than 100 stitches to close Glanville's head and facial cuts, his father said.
Both Jones and George Glanville said Tommy Glanville had only recently returned to training in hopes of one day returning to the kickboxing ring.
"He had a passion for the fight game," said Jones, who operates Corgroup, a security firm that frequently hired Tommy Glanville to work as a bodyguard. "He knew that he was not going to get to fight forever, but he told me that he still thought he had 'two or three more good years left in me.' "
George Glanville said his son had not looked good -- kind of pale -- recently, noting that Tommy had complained he was not feeling well on the Sunday and Monday prior to his death, but had worked out anyway.
In addition to his father, Glanville is survived by his mother, Norma Glanville of Henderson; two sisters, Lisa Cabalona of Springfield, Ore., and Linda Lewis of Blairsville. Ga; a son, Billy Monahan of Las Vegas; and a grandmother, Theresa Glanville of Seaford, Del.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Charles Glanville.
Tony Jones is seeking fan photos of Glanville's fight career for a slide show tribute at Thursday's memorial service. Photos can be sent to Jones at cor5221@ aol.com or by calling Jones at (702) 217-0798.

Charles Glanville

Male, ID #2096, b. after 1957, d. before 2005

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charles Glanville was born after 1957. He died before 2005 at USA probably.