Robert Edward Sellers

Male, ID #21123, b. between 1906 and 1907

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robert Edward Sellers was born between 1906 and 1907.
Robert Edward Sellers married Winifred Emma Milton Glanvill, daughter of Mark Peter Glanville and Julia Townsend, on 23 May 1930 at Holy Trinity, Hammersmith, MDX, ENG; registered Hammersmith. His age recorded 23, hers 22. Fathers named Robert Sellers and Mark Glanville deceased.

Other information

     As of 23 May 1930, Robert Edward Sellers and Winifred Emma Milton Glanvill lived at 265 Latimer Road, Hammersmith, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Robert Edward Sellers was a salesman on 23 May 1930.

Family

Winifred Emma Milton Glanvill b. c Aug 1907

Irene Glanvill

Female, ID #21124, b. 19 January 1904, d. circa February 1982
FatherWilliam Glanvill (1877 - 1947)
MotherRuth Wilson (1877 - 1966)

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Loram.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Irene Glanvill was born on 19 January 1904 at Woodbury, DEV, ENG; registered St Thomas.
Irene Glanvill married Hugh Edward A. Loram on 10 September 1930 at St Swithuns Parish Church, Woodbury, DEV, ENG; registered St Thomas.
Irene Glanvill died circa February 1982 at Claro registered, YKS, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Irene Glanvill was at school on 2 April 1911.
  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at Ford Farm, Woodbury, DEV, ENG; recorded age 7, living with her parents.
  • She appeared on the census of 19 June 1921 at Woodbury, DEV, ENG.

Family

Hugh Edward A. Loram b. b 1910

Hugh Edward A. Loram

Male, ID #21125, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Hugh Edward A. Loram was born before 1910.
Hugh Edward A. Loram married Irene Glanvill, daughter of William Glanvill and Ruth Wilson, on 10 September 1930 at St Swithuns Parish Church, Woodbury, DEV, ENG; registered St Thomas.

Family

Irene Glanvill b. 19 Jan 1904, d. c Feb 1982

Captain Paul Richeson Glanville

Male, ID #21126, b. 2 February 1949, d. 13 December 2020
FatherJohn Turner Glanville (1912 - 1960)
MotherElizabeth Ann Leonhard (1911 - 1977)

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Captain Paul Richeson Glanville was born on 2 February 1949 at Morristown, NJ, USA.
Captain Paul Richeson Glanville died on 13 December 2020 at Nelson, GA, USA, at age 71; with obituary:
PAUL RICHESON GLANVILLE
In Memory of Capt. Paul Richeson Glanville
By Scott Bannerot (his nephew, son of Palmer Bannerot and Betty Ann Bannerot, his sister)
     Paul Richeson Glanville passed away at his home in Nelson, Georgia the evening of Sunday December 13, 2020, peacefully and comfortably, with his wife Norma Glanville holding his hand. He is survived by Norma, his children Shelby Glanville, Chelsea Glanville-Horowitz, and Tracy Glanville-Tulp; his grandchildren Hunter Glanville, Adrian Glanville-Horowitz, and Jack Glanville-Horowitz; his nieces Jill Hanrahan, Jody Wolf, Lorin Cook, Leslie Leopold, and Lynn Kohr; his nephews Scott Bannerot, Jack Glanville, Steve Bannerot, and Mark Glanville; his great nieces Juliet Bannerot, Olivia Fults, Sage Kohr, Cedar Kohr, Annie Hagen, and Ellie Leopold; his great nephews Ryan Bannerot, Simon Bannerot, Stratton Kohr, Sam Glanville, and John Glanville; his great great nephew Ben Hagen; and his sister Elizabeth Ann Bannerot. Paul’s parents were John Turner Glanville Sr. (February 28, 1912 to September 12, 1960) and Elizabeth Ann Leonhard (October 9, 1911 to March 14, 1977). His brothers were John Turner Glanville Jr. (March 18, 1934 to June 13, 1966) and Orin Leonhard Glanville (May 10, 1941 to January 28, 1974). His sister Betty Ann was born November 6, 1937. Paul Richeson Glanville was born on Ground Hog’s Day, February 2, 1949 in Morristown, New Jersey. His first name was after his father’s brother, Paul Glanville. His middle name is after the maiden name of his great grandmother Eleanor Richeson. The family lived on a 45 acre farm outside of town. Paul’s dad had an overnight office cleaning service in New York City. At the age of 8, in the summer of 1957, the family moved to Clearwater, Florida, switching from the cleaning business to hearing aid sales. Paul’s father died after a car accident when he was 12, making him the man of the house. He attended Clearwater Junior High School and Dunedin High School in Clearwater, did play some football at Dunedin (linebacker), but concentrated more on working a variety of jobs to support him and his mother. He worked at a Go Kart track, for a Bonanza Steak House, and for a race car mechanical shop. Upon graduation from high school Paul moved in with our family in Houston, Texas, and attended the University of Houston, majoring in economics. Paul and I shared a bedroom, and I have always looked up to him as my older brother rather than an uncle. As in high school, while attending UH Paul was working long hours, at Memorial City Gulf, a gas station with a strong auto repair shop business not far from our house. The Vietnam War was in full swing. When Paul took a semester off from UH, he was drafted by the U.S. Army. He served from November 1969 to April 1971, receiving a Certificate of Achievement from the 8 th Infantry Division, United States Army Europe. He served as the personal driver for Colonel Mark Browne, Jr. and received a strong letter of commendation on April 2, 1971 as he chose to return to civilian life rather than remain in the active Army. Paul achieved the rank of Sergeant by the time his service ended. This carried on a tradition of service in the family, as his oldest brother John flew RA3B Skywarriors, U.S. Navy Heavy Photo Squadron 61, off the aircraft carrier USS Hancock and was killed in action over North Vietnam, and his next oldest brother Orin served in the U.S. Air Force as an elite Air Commando, completing two tours in Vietnam and serving as an instructor for the Jungle Warfare School in Panama. No doubt the fact that Paul had married and become a father while in the Army influenced his decision to return to civilian life. He returned to Houston and accepted an offer of half ownership in Memorial City Gulf and managed the business extremely successfully. I worked for him there in the summer of 1976, living with his family, and personally witnessed the number of vehicles streaming through for topnotch service and repairs. While accomplishing all of that, he managed to simultaneously complete his Bachelors Degree in Economics from University of Houston. Paul through his years in Houston moved on to bigger and better things, managing a successful drive-thru called Beverage Barn, and becoming involved in a number of other endeavors. Eventually Paul and Norma accepted an offer to manage Kon Tiki Resort, in Islamorada, Florida Keys. After 7 years of stellar service, during which time Paul simultaneously completed his United States Coast Guard Captain’s License and learned every square inch of the very intricate Florida Bay and Everglades complex, Paul and Norma moved on from Kon Tiki. Paul became an independent fishing guide, they together managed local properties, and Norma earned her realtor’s license and became a very successful real estate agent. After years of success in the Florida Keys Paul and Norma took a vacation that exposed them to northern Georgia. They bought a property and had plans to someday build there. At this point Paul pursued various business endeavors in Georgia, earned a commercial trucker’s license and drove 18 wheelers, and successfully managed a liquor store in Jasper. Meanwhile Norma held down the fort on enterprises in the Florida Keys, helped her sister when she fell seriously ill in Arizona, and of course spent time with Paul in Georgia. They took an extended trip into the Blue Ridge Mountains in November 2019 to see the fall leaf color change. They spent every moment together during Paul’s last months. I had the privilege of knowing Paul all of my life. He was loyal, honest, hard working, extremely intelligent, humorous, and courageous, and a true patriot of the U.S.A. He always thought of others first. I have many fond memories of our experiences together, and I will never forget how wonderful it was when Norma came into his life. Her unconditional love and dedication throughout, and particularly during Paul’s last months, will never be forgotten. Nor will Paul’s amazing resilience: sharp, alert, and cracking jokes right up until the end. His primary concern was not to burden or stress anyone in the family, or any of his friends. Lastly, Paul, we love you, forever.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Captain Paul Richeson Glanville appeared on the census of 1950 at Mendham, Morris Co., NJ, USA; recorded age 1, living with his parents.

Alfred V. Olney

Male, ID #21127, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alfred V. Olney was born before 1910.
Alfred V. Olney married Amelia May Glanville, daughter of William Friend Glanville and Nellie Ellen Challen, circa August 1930 at Penzance registered, CON, ENG.

Family

Amelia May Glanville b. 19 Nov 1906, d. Jan 1993

Harold Bushby

Male, ID #21128, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Harold Bushby was born before 1910.
Harold Bushby married Clara Evelyn Glanville, daughter of Albert Edwin Glanville and Sarah Louisa Bell, circa August 1930 at Carlisle registered, CUL, ENG.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Harold Bushby and Clara Evelyn Glanville lived at Belmont House, Nelson Street, Carlisle, CUL, ENG.

Family

Clara Evelyn Glanville b. c Aug 1901

Howard C. Rand

Male, ID #21129, b. 28 July 1904

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Howard C. Rand was born on 28 July 1904.
Howard C. Rand married Doris Emily Glanville, daughter of Francis Claude Glanville and Elizabeth Jane Tookey, circa August 1930 at Lewisham registered, KEN, ENG.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Howard C. Rand and Doris Emily Glanville lived at 47 Thornsbeach Road, Lewisham, KEN, ENG, living with her parents.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Howard C. Rand was a merchant tailor on 28 July 1904.

Family

Doris Emily Glanville b. 23 Sep 1901

Percy H. Evans

Male, ID #21130, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Percy H. Evans was born before 1910.
Percy H. Evans married Kathleen Mary Glanville, daughter of Samuel Glanville and Mary Jones, circa August 1930 at Merthyr Tydfil registered, GLA, WLS.

Family

Kathleen Mary Glanville b. 15 Dec 1907

Herbert N. Plummer

Male, ID #21131, b. between 1863 and 1864, d. before 1940

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Herbert N. Plummer was born between 1863 and 1864 at ME, USA.
Herbert N. Plummer married Minnie Turner before 1930 in the USA.
Herbert N. Plummer died before 1940 in the USA.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Herbert N. Plummer and Minnie Turner appeared on the census of 1930 at Passaic, Passaic Co., NJ, USA; his age recorded 66, hers 52.

Family

Minnie Turner b. bt 1876 - 1877

Hilda Rose Perrin

Female, ID #21132, b. 17 September 1907, d. circa August 1978

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Hilda Rose Perrin was born on 17 September 1907.
Hilda Rose Perrin married Walter Andrew Glanville, son of Percival Glanville and Elizabeth French, on 2 August 1930 at St Margaret of Antioch, Rainham, KEN, ENG; registered Medway. His age recorded 25, hers 20. Fathers named Percival Glanville cement worker, Edward Alexander Perrin fitters mate. Witnesses P Glanville, E Perrin.
Banns were read St Michael and All Angels, Stonebridge, Brent Middx July 6, 13 and 20 and the banns register marked "Away" and the entry struck through.
Hilda Rose Perrin died circa August 1978 at Hammersmith registered, MDX, ENG.

Other information

     As of 2 August 1930, Hilda Rose Perrin lived at 81 Barrets Green Road, Harlesden, London, ESS, ENG. As of 1936, Hilda Rose Perrin and Walter Andrew Glanville lived at 81 Barretts Green Road, Willesden, MDX, ENG. As of 29 September 1939, Hilda Rose Perrin and Walter Andrew Glanville lived at 13 Pevensey Court, Willesden, MDX, ENG, with them widowed Edward Perrin born 1867 and unmarried Stanley Perrin born 1924.

Family

Walter Andrew Glanville b. 30 Dec 1905, d. Sep 1991
Children

Peter Walter Glanville

Male, ID #21133, b. circa August 1931, d. circa February 1932
FatherWalter Andrew Glanville (1905 - 1991)
MotherHilda Rose Perrin (1907 - c 1978)

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Peter Walter Glanville was born circa August 1931 at Brentford registered, MDX, ENG.
Peter Walter Glanville died circa February 1932 at Willesden registered, MDX, ENG; recorded age 0.

Bruce William Glanville

Male, ID #21135, b. circa February 1935, d. circa February 2020
FatherWalter Andrew Glanville (1905 - 1991)
MotherHilda Rose Perrin (1907 - c 1978)

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bruce William Glanville was born circa February 1935 at Willesden registered, MDX, ENG.
Bruce William Glanville married June Patricia Brooker circa November 1954 at Willesden registered, MDX, ENG.
Bruce William Glanville died circa February 2020 at HAM, ENG.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Bruce William Glanville lived at 13 Pevensey Court, Willesden, MDX, ENG, living with his parents. As of 1999, Bruce William Glanville and June Patricia Brooker lived at 11 Salthill Close, Uxbridge, MDX, ENG. As of 2003, Bruce William Glanville and June Patricia Brooker lived at Uxbridge, MDX, ENG.

Family

June Patricia Brooker b. 29 Jun 1932, d. 22 Nov 2004
Child

Pullen Ashton

Male, ID #21138, b. between 1885 and 1886

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Pullen Ashton was born between 1885 and 1886 at Keadby, LIN, ENG.
Pullen Ashton married Florence May Glanville, daughter of Thomas Glanville and Arabella Stott, circa August 1905 at Kingston on Hull registered, YKS, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Pullen Ashton and Florence May Glanville appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at 92 West Dock Avenue, Kingston on Hull, YKS, ENG; his age recorded 25, hers 26.
  • Pullen Ashton was a sorting clerk and telegraphist on 2 April 1911.

Family

Florence May Glanville b. c Feb 1885

Winifred Mary Ward

Female, ID #21139, b. 30 September 1903, d. circa November 1979

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Winifred Mary Ward was born on 30 September 1903.
Winifred Mary Ward married Arthur Frank Glanville, son of William Charles Glanville and Annie Taylor, circa November 1930 at Williton registered, SOM, ENG.
Winifred Mary Ward died circa November 1979 at Taunton registered, SOM, ENG.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, Winifred Mary Ward and Arthur Frank Glanville lived at 11 Council Houses, Williton R.D., SOM, ENG.

Family

Arthur Frank Glanville b. 26 Mar 1897, d. c Feb 1973

Sarah Ann Gordon

Female, ID #21141, b. before 1843

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Ann Gordon was born before 1843.
Sarah Ann Gordon married Nathaniel Glanville on 4 March 1863 at Bethany, Manchester, Middlesex Co., Jamaica; both of full age.

Other information

     As of 4 March 1863, Sarah Ann Gordon lived at Ledbury, Manchester, Middlesex Co., Jamaica.

Family

Nathaniel Glanville b. b 1843
Child

Edward J. Gorman

Male, ID #21142, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edward J. Gorman was born before 1910.
Edward J. Gorman married Dorothy May Glanville, daughter of Henry George Glanville and Mabel May Hatherley, circa November 1930 at Exeter registered, DEV, ENG.

Family

Dorothy May Glanville b. 21 Nov 1912, d. Jan 2005

Charles Vining

Male, ID #21143, b. between 1888 and 1889

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charles Vining was born between 1888 and 1889.
Charles Vining married Effie Lottie Glanville, daughter of Richard Glanville and Annie Marie Bennett, on 20 November 1930 at St Paul's parish church, Kingston Hill, SRY, ENG; registered Kingston. His age recorded 41, hers 31. Witnesses Charles Edward Vining. Mabel Glanville, and Agatha Wells. Fathers named Charles Edward Vining retired and Richard Glanville (deceased) licensed victualler.

Other information

     As of 20 November 1930, Charles Vining lived at 22 Park Road, Kingston Hill, SRY, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Charles Vining was a commercial traveller on 20 November 1930.

Family

Effie Lottie Glanville b. 25 May 1899

Elizabeth J. Glanville

Female, ID #21144, b. before 1910

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Smith.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth J. Glanville was born before 1910.
Elizabeth J. Glanville married Frederick J. Smith circa November 1930 at Pontypridd registered, GLA, WLS.

Family

Frederick J. Smith b. b 1910

Frederick J. Smith

Male, ID #21145, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frederick J. Smith was born before 1910.
Frederick J. Smith married Elizabeth J. Glanville circa November 1930 at Pontypridd registered, GLA, WLS.

Family

Elizabeth J. Glanville b. b 1910

John W. Fixter

Male, ID #21146, b. before 1910, d. before 1939

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John W. Fixter was born before 1910.
John W. Fixter married Elspeth Glanville, daughter of Thomas Edward Glanville and Charlotte Elizabeth Ragsdale, circa November 1930 at Newark registered, NTT, ENG.
John W. Fixter died before 1939.

Family

Elspeth Glanville b. 20 Mar 1905, d. Aug 1986

Stanley Thomas Shaw

Male, ID #21147, b. before 1910

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Stanley Thomas Shaw was born before 1910.
Stanley Thomas Shaw married Frederica Ada Lilian Ethel Glanville, daughter of George William Glanville and Maggie Harriet Jessie Welfare, on 3 December 1930 at St Mary the Virgin, Leyton, ESS, ENG; registered West Ham.

Family

Frederica Ada Lilian Ethel Glanville b. 17 Jun 1906, d. Dec 1989

May Violet Sanders

Female, ID #21148, b. 1 June 1907, d. January 1990

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     May Violet Sanders was born on 1 June 1907.
May Violet Sanders married Frederick George Welfare Glanville, son of George William Glanville and Maggie Harriet Jessie Welfare, on 2 November 1930 at All Saints, Leyton, ESS, ENG; registered West Ham.
May Violet Sanders died in January 1990 at Havering registered, ESS, ENG, at age 82.

Other information

     As of 29 September 1939, May Violet Sanders and Frederick George Welfare Glanville lived at 10 Maylands Avenue, Hornchurch, ESS, ENG.

Family

Frederick George Welfare Glanville b. 17 Jun 1906, d. 19 Sep 1976

Marie L. Glanville

Female, ID #21150, b. before 1910

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Short.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Marie L. Glanville was born before 1910.
Marie L. Glanville married Cyril Short circa November 1930 at Kingston on Hull registered, YKS, ENG.

Family

Cyril Short b. b 1910