Frank George Taylor

Male, ID #2221, b. after 1824
FatherThomas Glanville Taylor FRS b. 22 Nov 1804, d. 4 May 1848
MotherEliza Eley

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frank George Taylor was born after 1824; estimated around 1830.

Henry Hanson Taylor

Male, ID #2222, b. after 1824
FatherThomas Glanville Taylor FRS b. 22 Nov 1804, d. 4 May 1848
MotherEliza Eley

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Henry Hanson Taylor was born after 1824; estimated around 1830.

Rev Henry Taylor

Male, ID #2223, b. circa 1811, d. 26 June 1874
FatherThomas Taylor b. 1772
MotherSusanna Glanville b. 14 Jun 1773

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev Henry Taylor was born circa 1811 at Greenwich, KEN, ENG; A Henry Richard Taylor was baptised 10 Nov 1811 at St Dunstan, Stepney, parents named Thomas and Susannah Taylor. Father a labourer, abode Poplar.
A Henry Taylor was baptised 27 May 1804 at Radwinter Essex, parents named Thomas and Susanna Taylor. He married Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley on 28 July 1832 at St James, Westminster, MDX, ENG; married by licence. Rev Henry Taylor died on 26 June 1874 at South Lodge, Broadstairs, KEN, ENG; recorded age 63, registered Thanet. His estate was probated on 8 July 1874 indexed as:
TAYLOR The Reverend Henry. 8 July. The Will of the Reverend Henry Taylor late of South Lodge Broadstairs in the County of Kent Clerk who died 26 June 1874 at South Lodge was proved at the Principal Registry of Guildford Barker Richardson of 13 Pall-Mall in the County of Middlesex East India Agent the sole Executor. Effects under £450.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Rev Henry Taylor and Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Newchurch, HAM, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 50.
    With them Ann Jordan Pond widows sister in law, and viistors Barbara White, with here daughters Barbara, Maria and Elizabeth.
  • Rev Henry Taylor was chaplain H.E.J.C. service on 30 March 1852.
  • He was a clergyman Church of England without cure of souls on 2 April 1871.
  • He and Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at South Lodge, Broadstairs, KEN, ENG; his age recorded 60, hers 70.

Family

Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley b. bt 1791 - 1800, d. 23 Feb 1878

Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley

Female, ID #2224, b. between 1791 and 1800, d. 23 February 1878

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Taylor.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley was born between 1791 and 1800 at Westminster, MDX, ENG. She married Rev Henry Taylor, son of Thomas Taylor and Susanna Glanville, on 28 July 1832 at St James, Westminster, MDX, ENG; married by licence. Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley died on 23 February 1878 at parish of St Peter the Apostle, Thanet, KEN, ENG; recorded age 79. Registered Thanet. Her estate was probated on 27 March 1878 indexed as:
TAYLOR Mary Ayrton Ellen. 26 March. The Will of Mary Ayrton Ellen Taylor late of the Parish of St. Peter the Apostle in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent Widow who died 23 February 1878 at the said Parish was proved at Canterbury by William Manser of Coves House in the said Parish Farmer the sole Executor. Personal Estate under £200.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley and Rev Henry Taylor appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Newchurch, HAM, ENG; his age recorded 40, hers 50.
    With them Ann Jordan Pond widows sister in law, and viistors Barbara White, with here daughters Barbara, Maria and Elizabeth.
  • Mary Ayrton Ellen Bradley and Rev Henry Taylor appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at South Lodge, Broadstairs, KEN, ENG; his age recorded 60, hers 70.

Family

Rev Henry Taylor b. c 1811, d. 26 Jun 1874

Susanna Taylor

Female, ID #2225, b. between 1804 and 1805
FatherThomas Taylor b. 1772
MotherSusanna Glanville b. 14 Jun 1773

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Richards.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Susanna Taylor was born between 1804 and 1805 at Ashburton, DEV, ENG. She married Rev William Richards M.A. on 23 June 1828 at Bath Walcot, SOM, ENG; a marriage of cousins.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Susanna Taylor and Rev William Richards M.A. appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Blandlee, Dawley, SAL, ENG; both with recorded age 56. 11yr old son James Draper with them, 15yr old Francis Glanville Richards, 17yr old Edward Septimus, 21yr old Henry Ebenezer; all born Reading, Berks.

Family

Rev William Richards M.A. b. 1804, d. 5 Apr 1868
Child

Rev William Richards M.A.

Male, ID #2226, b. 1804, d. 5 April 1868

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev William Richards M.A. was born in 1804 at Totnes, DEV, ENG. He married Susanna Taylor, daughter of Thomas Taylor and Susanna Glanville, on 23 June 1828 at Bath Walcot, SOM, ENG; a marriage of cousins. Rev William Richards M.A. died on 5 April 1868.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Rev William Richards M.A. was perpetual curate of Dawley on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Susanna Taylor appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Blandlee, Dawley, SAL, ENG; both with recorded age 56. 11yr old son James Draper with them, 15yr old Francis Glanville Richards, 17yr old Edward Septimus, 21yr old Henry Ebenezer; all born Reading, Berks.

Family

Susanna Taylor b. bt 1804 - 1805
Child

Alice Skerrett

Female, ID #2227, b. before 1565, d. 1632

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Godolphin. Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Skerrett was born before 1565. She married Sir John Glanville M.P., son of John Glanville and Thomazine Browne, before 1585 at ENG. Alice Skerrett married Sir Francis Godolphin after 1600; a second marriage for both bride and groom. Alice Skerrett died in 1632 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. She was buried on 26 August 1632 at St Eustachius, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     Alice Skerrett was married 2 times.
In her will she names a godson John, believed to be Rev John Glanville, rector of Withiel who had King Charles as his guardian when entering Exeter College. Alice's will mentions Coirts and Elizabeth 1. Her son Sir Francis bought Withiel church and installed John as minister upon the death of the current minister.

Family 1

Sir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
Children

Family 2

Sir Francis Godolphin b. 1540, d. 1608

Sir John Glanville M.P.

Male, ID #2228, b. 1541, d. 27 July 1600
FatherJohn Glanville b. b 1521, d. 1580
MotherThomazine Browne b. c 1540, d. 1594

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir John Glanville M.P. was born in 1541 at ENG; third son of John. He married Alice Skerrett before 1585 at ENG. Sir John Glanville M.P. died on 27 July 1600 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG; killed by falling from his horse when riding on circuit (a judge.) He was buried in 1600 at St Eustachius, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     Although styled "Sir" in some records, there appears no evidence for this title.
     Born in Tavistock, he began as an attorney but joined Lincoln's Inn in 1567 and was called to the bar in 1574: his practice proved lucrative and he amassed a considerable fortune, building a mansion at Kilworthy near Tavistock. He became a serjeant-at-law in 1589, and was both Lent and Autumn Reader of his Inn in that same year. He sat as MP for Launceston in the Parliament of 1584–5, for Tavistock in 1586–7 and St Germans in 1593. He was appointed Judge of Common Pleas in 1598.
In 1588 named Esquire, when recorded John Glanvill esquier, rent out of a tenement in which John Roe dwells, and John Glanvill, esquier, for the libertie of the water comynge into his howse where he latelie dwelled from the Cunduytts by the yere (Calendar of the Tavistock Parish records RN Worth 1887.)
On 30 August 1598 was named brother John and with reference to a legal position in the will of Nicholas Glanvyle.
The Calendar of the Tavistock Parish records RN Worth 1887 lists:
[1600] Lease by John Edgcomb, Peter Edgcomb, and
Richard Sawell, of tenement in the 'village & borroughe'
of Tavistock — tenement Walter Trowt east, John Glan-
ville. Justice of Common Pleas, west. Earl of Bedford south,
street leading from Church towards Cakeshill north ; also
garden on the higher side of the way leading towards
Innescombe — garden late heirs of Trecarrell east, of Robert
Moore, gentleman, west, ' Brome pke ' north. Ann Leer,
of Tavistock, widow, having surrendered her right therein,
they are again leased to her for life, and in reversion to
Peter and Walter Leer her sons. Attornies — Peter Lavers,
Edward Payne. Witnesses — Robert Moore, Richard
Adams, vicar, Peter Edgcomb, Thomas Lybbe, John Gove.
March 28. 42 Elizabeth.
A (Post Mortem) Inquest was held on 7 Jul 1602 into his his holdings:
Writ to the escheators of Devon to hold an enquiry from a jury of honest and law-abiding men of the county into what lands and holdings John Glanvyle deceased formerly one of the Queen's justices of the Bench held in capite at the time of his death and what lands he occupied and what rents or profits he enjoyed and by what terms those lands were held.

Dated at Westminster 7th July 44 Elizabeth

Inquisition taken at Exeter Castle on the 12 August 44 Elizabeth. Inquisition post mortem after the decease of John Glanvyle formerly whilst he lived one of the justices of the Bench from a jury (named) who said that the said John Glanvile held on the day he died namely the 27th July 42 Elizabeth in his lordship and at fee of and in the manors of Peters Tavye, Rowdon and Blackerowe with all and singular their rights members and appurtenances in the aforesaid county of Devon. And of and in one capital messuage and 200 acres of land and 40 acres of wood with appurtenances called Fenton alias Venton in the parish of Dartington in the said county. And of and in 140 acres of land with appurtenances called Hasworthie in the parish of Tavistock in the said county. And of and in one messuage 200 acres of land and 40 acres of wood with appurtenances called Sourtridge in the parish of Peters Tavie in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 30 acres of land with appurtenances in Brownsdowntorr in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 30 acres of land with appurtenances called Southwapisworthy in the parish of Peters Tavie in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 40 acres of land with appurtenances in Willtsworthie in the said county. And of and in two messuages and 100 acres of land with appurtenances in Cudliptowne in the parish of Tavistock aforesaid one pristrm' 4 acres of land and 3 acres of wood with appurtenances called Notheron Parkes 4 acres of land called The Mill Parke 4 acres of meadow called The Mill Meddowe 12 acres of land with appurtenances in Bannawell 8 acres of land with appurtenances called Beare Parke one messuage and 60 acres of land called Uppeton alias Uppaton one messuage and 20 acres of land with appurtenances in Newton. And of and in 2 messuages and 40 acres of land with appurtenances in Killworthie and of one messuage and 6 acres of land with appurtenances in Gulworthie lying and being in the parish of Tavistock aforesaid. And of and in 30 messuages 3 tofts and 30 garens and 6 acres of land with appurtenances in the town of Tavistock aforesaid. And of and in a fifth part of one messuage and one garden and of and in16th part of 6 messuages 6 gardens and 10 acres of land with appurtenances in the town of Tavistock aforesaid. And of and in one messuage and 20 acres of land with appurtenances in Otterie in the parish of Lamberton in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in the parish of Beere Ferris in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 30 acres of land with appurtenances in Sampford Spiney in the said county. And of and in two messuages and 70 acres of land with appurtenances in Lipton in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in South Siddenham in the said county. And of and in two messuages and 100 acres of land with appurtenances in Withecombe in the said county. And of and in two messuages and 130 acres of land with appurtenances in Sampford Courtenay in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 100 acres of land with appurtenances called Northwaye in Hattisleigh in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in Gooford in the parish of Southtawton in the said county. And of and in 4 messuages and 70 acres of land with appurtenances in Grimston in the said county. And of and in one messuage and 100 acres of land with appurtenances called Wilsiton. And of and in 2 messuages and 70 acres of land with appurtenances in Whitechurch in the said county. And of and in 1/3rd part of one messuage and 100 acres of land with appurtenances called Tuddibrooke in Whitechurch aforesaid. And of and in half of one messuage and 60 acres of land with appurtenances in Southwarpisworthie. And of and in the manor of Charelton Musgrove with appurtenances and all its rights members and appurtenances premises all in the county of Somerset. And of and in the manors of Ham and Calliland Third Part with all and singular its rights members and appurtenances all in the county of Cornwall. And of and in one capital messuage called Barton and 300 acres of land with appurtenances in Ham in the parish of Morewinstowe in the said county of Cornwall. And moreover the said John Glanvile of the said 27 day of July 42 Elizabeth was seised of a tenement of the manor of Streete alias Treverkyn with appurtenances in his lordship and of fee and in right expecting after the death of a certain Margaret Willes wife of a certain Richard Willes. And thus of all and singular premises existing, when the said John Glanvile died namely the 27th of July 42 Elizabeth at Tavistock, after his death the manors and holdings aforesaid with appurtenances descended as of right ought to have descended to Francis Glanvile esquire as son and heir of the said John Glanvile. And thus the said jury stated that the said manor of Charleton Musgrove with appurtenances of the said county of Somerset is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said one lordship in capite by knight service namely by half of one knights fee, and is valued each year in all issues after deductions at £20. And that the said manor of Peters Tavye with appurtenances in the county of Devon is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile it was held of the coheirs of Lord Dinsam of his manor of Hartland by fealty but by what exact service the men of the jury claim ignorance, and valued each year in all rents after deductions £6.13.4. And that the said manor of Rowdon with its appurtenances in the county of Devon is held and that at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile it was held of Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Tavistocke in the said county of Devon by fealty but by what exact service the men of the jury claim ignorance, and valued each year in all rents after deductions at £8.6.2. And that the said manor of Blackerowe with appurtenances in the said county of Devon is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of [blank] Trelawney by fealty and returns £0.6.8 year for all service in [text mssing] free socage, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at about £0.10.0. And that the said manor of Ham in the county of Cornwall aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said lordship as of the castle of Launcestone in the said county of Cornwall by right of the Duchy of Cornwall by knights service namely by [blank] part of a knights fee but by what rent the jury claim ignorance, and is valued each year in all issues after deductions £5. And that the said manor of Cailliland Third Part is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the same lordship as of its castle of Trematon in the said county of Cornwall by right of the said Duchy of Cornwall by service of one sixth part of a knights fee of the fee stated, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £4. And that the said one capital messuage and 200 acres of land and 40 acres of woods with appurtenances called Fenton alias Venton is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the said one lordship in capite by military service. and valued each year in all issues after deduction £20. And that the said 140 acres of land with appurtenances called Hasworthye in the parish of Tavistock aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the fee of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Hurdewicke in the said county of Devon by fealty and by what service the jury claim ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £2.0.0. And that the said messuage and certain premises aforesaid called Sourtridge is held of who or whom or at the time of the death were held the jury pleads ignorance, and is worth each year in all issues after deductions about £5. And that the said one messuage and 30 acres of land with appurtenances in Brownsentorr is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvilewas held of Thomas Wise esquire as of his manor of Willesworthye by fealty and by what service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £0.10.6. And that the said one messuage and 30 acres of land in Southwarpisworthye is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Hurdwicke aforesaid by fealty but by what service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £0.2.6. And that the said messuage and 40 acres of land in Willesworthie aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the said Thomas Wise esquire as of his manor of Willesworthie aforesaid by fealty but by what service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at about £0.10.0. And that the said 2 messuages and 100 acres of land with appurtenances in Cudliptowne aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of John Coplestone esquire as of his manor of Oggefford by fealty but by what service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at about £1. And that the said one pristriu' 4 acres of land3 acres of wood with appurtenances in the parish of Tavistock aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Tavistock by fealty made in the court twice yearly and by the return of £0.0.4 yearly, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at £0.10.0. And that the said 4 acres of land called The Mill Parke and 4 acres of meadow called The Mill Meddowe with appurtenances 12 acres of land with appurtenances in Bannawell 8 acres of land with appurtenances commonly called Beare Parkes and the said messuage and 40 acres of land with appurtenances called Uppeton alias Uppaton in Tavistocke aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the same Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Tavistocke aforesaid by fealty but by what terms of service the jury plead ignorance, valued each year in all issues after deductions at about £5. And that the said messuage and 20 acres of land with appurtenances in Newton aforesaid and the said 2 messuages and 40 acres of land with appurtenances in Killworthie aforesaid and the said one messuage and 7 acres of land with appurtenances in Gulworthie aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the same Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Hurdworth by fealty but by what terms of service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at about £2. And that the said 30 messuages 3 tofts and 30 gardens and 6 acres of land aforesaid, the fifth part of one messuage and one garden and the aforesaid sixteenth part of the said six messuages 6 gardens and 10 acres of land with appurtenances in the town of Tavistocke aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his town of Tavistocke aforesaid for fealty in free socage, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £10. And that said messuage and 20 acres of land with appurtenances in Ottarye in the parish of Lamerton aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Hurdworth aforesaid by fealty at of what service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at £2. And that said messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in Bereferris aforsaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of Charles Lord Mountroy as of his manor of Bere Ferris by fealty and suit of court twice each year and all service in free and lesser socage, and valued yearly in all issues after deductions at about £1. And that said messuage and 30 acres of land with appurtenances in Sampford Spiney aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of Thomas Drake esquire as of his manor of Sampford Spiney by fealty but by what terms of service the jury plead ignorance, and valued yearly in all issues after deductions at £0.8.4. And that said 2 messuages and 100 acres of land with appurtenances in Liston aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of Arthur Harris esquire as of his manor of Liston by fealty and for what terms of service the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions at £2.3.4. And that said messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in Southsiddenham aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of Arthur Tremaynt esquire as of his manor of Cullarome by fealty and annually returning £0.4.0 and by what terms of service the jury plead ignorance, and valued annually in all issues after deductions £0.13.4. And that said two messuages and 130 acres of land with appurtenances in Sampford Courtney aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the lordship of the manor of Sampford Courtney as of his manor of Sampford Courtney by fealty but by what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £1.4.0. And that said messuage and 100 acres of land with appurtenances called Northwaye in Hattisleigh aforesaid is held and at the time of the decease of the said John Glanvile were held of who or of whom the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £0.10.0. And all that messuage and 50 acres of land with appurtenances in Goofford in the parish of Southtawton aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the lordship of the manor of Southtawton as of the manor of Southtawton aforesaid by fealty but by what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.10.0. And that the said four messuages and 70 acres of land with appurtenances in Grimston aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of Thomas Wise esquire as of his manor of East Grimston by fealty but what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and is valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.10.0. And that said messuage and 100 acres of land with appurtenances in Wilsaton aforesaid are held and were held at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile of who or of whom the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.10.0. And those said two messuages and 70 acres of land with appurtenances in Whitechurche aforesaid are held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile were held of the lordship of the manor of Whitechurche aforesaid by fealty and by what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.10.0. And that the said half of one messuage and 60 acres of land with appurtenances in Southwarpisworthie aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said Edward Earl of Bedford as of his manor of Hurdsworth by fealty but by what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.2.0. And that said third part of one messuage and 120 acres of land with appurtenances called Tuddibrooke in the parish of Whitechurche aforesaid is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the lordship of the manor of Whitechurche as of the manor of Whitechurche aforesaid by fealty but by what terms of service the jury pleads ignorance, and valued each year with all issues after deductions £0.5.0. And that said capital messuage called Barton and 300 acres of land with appurtenances in Ham in the parish of Morewinstowe in the said county of Cornwall is held and at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was held of the said lordship as of the castle of Launceston by right of the Duchy of Cornwall aforesaid by military service, and valued each year in all issues after deductions £6. And all that said tenement of the manor of Streete alias Treverkyn aforesaid is held by who or whom and at the death of the said John Glanvile was held the jury plead ignorance, and valued each year once vacated by the death of Margaret Willes tenant in the possession of the said manor for the term of her life as stated above in all issues after deductions £3. And the said jury finally state on their oath that the said John Glanvile at the day of his death knight held all manors lands tenenemts or hereditaments held of the said lordships in capite and held or had them in possession, reversion or use. And that Francis Glanvile is the son and lawful heir of the same John Glanvile. And that the said Francis Glanvile at the time of the death of the said John Glanvile was of the age of 18 years 2 months. And that lady Alice formerly the wife of the said John Glanvile was living still and that Humphrey Godolphin knight after agreement between him Francis and Alice was managing the profits and issues of all and singular premises but through what title the jury pleads ignorance.
Witnesses (named).

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Sir John Glanville M.P. was a judge.

Family

Alice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632
Children

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2229, b. before 1585
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Estcourt.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 1585 at ENG. She married Sir Edward Estcourt before 1605 at ENG.

Family

Sir Edward Estcourt b. b 1585, d. 1608

Sir Edward Estcourt

Male, ID #2230, b. before 1585, d. 1608

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir Edward Estcourt was born before 1585. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of Sir John Glanville M.P. and Alice Skerrett, before 1605 at ENG. Sir Edward Estcourt died in 1608.

Family

Mary Glanville b. b 1585

Alice Glanville

Female, ID #2231, d. November 1608
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Glanville was born at ENG. She died in November 1608 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. She was buried on 14 November 1608 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Sir Francis Glanville

Male, ID #2232, b. before 1584, d. 1638
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir Francis Glanville was born before 1584 at ENG; The naming of Francis as esquire in 1602 might indicate a birth prior to 1581.
Circa May 1582 is given in some sources as a credible date. He married Elizabeth Crymes on 21 September 1604 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG. Sir Francis Glanville died in 1638 at ENG; probably near Tavistock, Devon. He was buried in January 1639 at St Eustachius, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     The Calendar of the Tavistock Parish records RN Worth 1887 lists:
[1602] Lease by John fifytz, fifrancis Glanvile, esqs.,
John Scowen, Robert Moore, Thomas Lybbe, William
Grylls, Walter Master, William Kedlye, John Gove, Peter
Edgecomb, Richard Bruen, John Glanvile, Tobyas Glanvile,
Mathewe Edgecomb, John Moore, gentlemen, Robert
Vynton, Walter Trowte, John Nycolls, John Ruby, John
Hawkyns of Gawton, VVilliam Burgys, Richard Cudlip,
Edward Payne, and Peter Lavers — to Thomas Hawkyns,
baker, Agnes his wife, and Suzan his daughter, of tene-
ment south of the street leading from the church towards
' Weast Bridge,' and garden in ' loarsyde ' of way leading
from Cakeshill towards fifordestreate. Attornies — Nicholas
Watts, John Watts. Witnesses — Nicholas Watts, John
Palke. Jan. 10. 44 Elizabeth.

[1607] Lease by ffrancis Glanvyle and Robert Moore,
esquyers, William Grylls, William Kedley, John Scawen,
Walter Masters, John Gove, Peter Edgcombe, John Moore,
Matthew Edgcombe, John Glanvyle, Tobias Glanvyle,
gentlemen, Robert Vynton, Walter Trowt, John Nicholls,
John Hawkyns of Gawton, William Burgis, Richard Cud-
lipp, Edward Payne, Peter Lavers, 'yeomans,' of meadow
called Inneswill (land of the lady Godolphin west), which
John Collyn sometime held, and late in the occupation
of Richard Collyn his son. Agnes Veysey, wife of
Agustyne Veysey, of Tavistocke, and daughter of John
Collyn, surrenders old lease, and has a new one granted on
the lives of herself, and John and Katheren Veysey, her
son and daughter. Oct. 31. 5 James I.

[1615] Lease by ffrancis Glanvill, esq., William Kedley
thelder, Mathew Edgcomb, William Grills the younger,
merchants, John Gove, John Cole, gent., Walter Trowte the
younger, and John Gerry, of tenement — lands of feoffees
south, almshouse north, churchyard west, street east ; also
moiety of garden — land of Earl of Bedford north, John
Cake gent, east, highway south and west — to Stephen
Budge, of Tavistocke, hellyer, Leeve his wife, and Nicholas
their son. June 10. 13 James I.

[1622] Lease in reversion by Sir ffrancis Glanvill, knight,
Mathew Edgcombe, and William Grills, merchants, John
Gove and John Cole, gentlemen, John Gerry and Walter
Trowte, ' yeomans,' of a tenement and garden on the east
side of Bannawell Street, and a close at Waddon, in the
tenure of Richard Burgis, widow, to Roger Talbott als
Stephens, fuller, on his life and that of his wife Julyan.
May 10. 20 James I.

[1634] Renewal lease by Sir ffrancis Glanvill, knight,
John Moore, esq., Matthew Edgcombe, gent., and Edward
Payne thelder, of tenement in West Street, and garden on
the higher side of the way leading from Tavistocke towards
Inscombe, to Judith Lyer, widow (who surrenders her
former estate therein) on the lives of Judith, Agnes her
daughter, and Walter her son. Sept. 26. 10 Charles I.

[1651] Lease by ffrancis Glanuill, esq., John Maynard,
esq., John Glanuill, esq., son of Sir John Glanuill, knight,
John Poynter, gent, William Poynter, gent., John Gerry,
gent, Walter Godbeare and Francis Toller, clothiers,
feoffees, of a tenement between the street leading from the
' Guilehall ' towards the Church bow east, churchyard west,
lands of Ralph Carter south, almshouses north, with a herb
garden at Kakeshill — to Elizeus Braye,of Tauistocke,clarke,
on the lives of Ann Barye _sic'] his wife, Loys Braye 'his'
daughter, and Alee Braye ' their ' daughter. iJ"5 6s. 8d,
paid as fine to John Payne and William Cowe, church-
wardens, and the premises repaired. Sept. 29.

[1654] Lease by ffrancis Glanvill, esq., John Maynard,
esq., William Grills, Richard Edgcombe, Arthur Cuning-
ham, John Jacob of Tauistock, John Kedley als Poynter,
merchant, Edmond Condy, clothier, John Cudlipp, mercer,
Stephen Rundle, Edward Payne, sen'', Ralph Pike, John
Chubb, John Brownsdon, Philip Pike, Edward Lugger,
Richard Redstone, John Payne, and Walter Pike, yeomen
(all of Tauistock), of the Hophay to William Chapman, of
Tauistock, carpenter, on the lives of Jane his now wife and
Stephen and William his sons. June 24.

[1655] Lease by John Maynard, serjeant-at-law, ffrances
Glanuill, esq., William Grylls, Richard Edgcombe, John
Kedly als Pointer, merchants, Edward Payne, sen'', and
John Cudlippe, feoffees of Maudlyn lands, of garden, way
leading from the Church Bow towards Maudlyn north. Earl
of Bedford east and south, Thomas Edgcomb merchant
deceased west, to William Chubb, of Tauistocke, ' vitteler,'
on lives of said William, Alee his wife, and Digory Veale,
son of James Veale, of St. Stephens, in Cornwall. Alex-
ander ffitz Geffry one of witnesses. May 22.

[1656] Lease by John Maynard, serieant-at-lawe, ffrancis
Glanvil, esq., John Glanvill, esq., John Pointer, marchant,
William Pointer, gent., John Gerrye, gent., Walter God-
beare, clothyer, and ffrancis Toller, marchant, ' feoffees of
the pishe lands of Tavistocke.' Whereas Dec. 18, 15
James I., the feoffees leased to Samuel Carter, of Tavis-
tock, blacksmith, deceased, a garden, lands of the lady
Godolphin west, of ffrancis Glanvill called the Warren
north, of the feoffees east, highway from the church
towards Innescombe south, on the lives of William Carter,
Isett Carter and Jane Carter, his children ; and whereas
Isett alone survived ; the reversion now granted to Ralph
Carter, of Tavistock, blacksmith, on the lives of his
daughters Anne and Emme. Dec. 10.

[1658] Lease by same feoffees without Francis Granvill,
of tenement and garden on ' the Cawse ' in the West
streete, to Philip Mattacot, of Tavistock, weaver, on the
lives of said Philip and Joan his wife, in reversion on the
death of Christian Cawnter, widow. Nov. 19.
On 23 March 1611 GR/441 at the Cornwall Record Office
Contents:
(1) Francis Glanvill of Tavistock, co. Devon, Esq.
(2) John Glanvill of Lincoln's Inn, co. Middx. Esq; Thomas Glanvill of Tavistock, gent.
(3) Edward Skrivett of Sourtridge, co. Devon, gent. and John Elford of Tavistock, gent.
Moiety of Manor of Withiel.
Covenant to stand seized.
On 9 October 1634 GR/443 Cornwall Record Office
Contents:
(1) John Couch, p. Withiel, gent; Richard Couch, son & heir of J.C.
(2) Francis Glanvill, Tavistock, co. Devon, knight.
Moiety of Manor of Withiel.
Feoffment. Consideration: £650. (Seisin: 24th, October, 1634.)
Sir Francis Glanville left a will on 10 September 1635 In the name of God Amen I ffrancis Glanvill of Tavistocke
in the Countie of Devon knight beinge in good health and pefect memorie (thankes be given to
Almightie God) Doe make and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner and form
followinge (that is to say) ffirst I give and bequeath my soule unto the hands of Almightie
God my maker and Creator havinge assured confidence that my sinnes (which I acknowledege
to be manie and grievous) shall be be forgiven mee And that my election is sealed *** by
the death and passion of my Lord and onlie Saviour Jesus Christ My bodie I willinglie
render again unto the Earth out of which it was taken, the such I desire may *** (receive?)
decent and Christian Buriall in such place and in such manner as shall seem good to my
Executrix herinafter in this my Will nominated and appointed it beinge my earnest
desire that all **essary and *** ** and expenses bee forforen therem. And
***(touching?) the disposicon of all my wordly goods and chattels debts and creditts whatson
I give devise and bequeath them in manner following that is saie, ffirst I give and
bequeath thereob to the poore of the towne and pish of Tavistock the sume of twentie pounds to bee
paid nothing? one moneth after my decease and such my desire is should be bestowed and
imployed for and towarde the rasing of a stock to sett the poore on works there for ever
Item I give and bequeath to each of my servants ** livinge with mee in my house
contynnuse with mee untill my death the some of three pounds a peece to be to them
severally paid within five monethes after my death. Item I give aunto each of my daughters
that shall be unmarried at the time of my death the sume of one thousand pounds a-
peice that to saie to my daughter Marie if shee shalbee then ummarried the some
of one thousand pounds to my daughter Winifred is shee shall be then unmarried
the like sume of one thousand pounds And to my daughter Margaret if shee shall be
then unmiarried the like sume of one thousand pounds All such summs of money my
meaning is shalbee paid to each of my said Daughters sonally and respectively and my
the shall severally attain and come to be of the full age of twenie one years or shalbe
preferred in marriage by and such with the consent of their mother if shee be livinge at
the time of such marriage or by or such the consent of my ffeefees or trustees or
the more ** of them * (if their mother shall happen to dye before such marriage. And
touchinge the full disposiron of such lands as I have by ** deed or ** limitted or
appointed to be by John Dormoth the younger William ffowel the younger and Olliver
Sawle my sonne in law sould for raisinge of Money to paie my Daughters portions to
paie debts or for such other purposes is by my last Will in writing I shall nominate
limitt or appoint. I doe hereby declare that my Will intent and meaninge is that those
lands be by my said ffeefees sould assume as maie be *uled myne exprens desire the
contrary and shall fined out some other fitt waie or *** whereby to paid all debts and
legacies such ont the sale thereof And in case they shall finde anie such monies in do
shall so forme paymt accordingly then I doe further hereby declare that my intent
and meaninge is and I doe for Will by that my said ** or ffeofees foridly mentioned
doe and shall make over the lande (to them conveyed in trust as aforesaid) unto
ffrancis Glanvill by sonne and his heairs And for default of such issue that it
remayne and be conveyed to my right heires for ever. And fontings all other my
goods and chattels debts and creddits whatsoever not herein or hereto formorly given
or bequeathed I do hereby give and bequeath to same to Dame Elizabeth my wife
and ffrancis Glanville son sone whome I make and ordaine to be myne Executors
In witness whereoff I have hereunto put my hand and seale the tenth daie of September
one thousand five hundred thirtie five. ffra: Glanvill Published and made knowne
in the pesence of Jo: Doidge. Richard Cryme, Walter Gill. John Henry :/:

Probatum London, etc.

Family

Elizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658
Children

Joan Glanville

Female, ID #2233, b. circa 1592
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Hele.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Joan Glanville was born circa 1592 at ENG. She married Sampson Hele before 1613 at ENG.

Family

Sampson Hele b. c 1582, d. bt 1653 - 1655

Sampson Hele

Male, ID #2234, b. circa 1582, d. between 1653 and 1655

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sampson Hele was born circa 1582. He married Joan Glanville, daughter of Sir John Glanville M.P. and Alice Skerrett, before 1613 at ENG. Sampson Hele died between 1653 and 1655.

Family

Joan Glanville b. c 1592

Dionysia Glanville

Female, ID #2235, b. before 1586
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Polwhele.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Dionysia Glanville was born before 1586 at ENG. She married Thomas Polwhele before 1606 at ENG.

Family

Thomas Polwhele b. b 1586
Child

Thomas Polwhele

Male, ID #2236, b. before 1586

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Polwhele was born before 1586. He married Dionysia Glanville, daughter of Sir John Glanville M.P. and Alice Skerrett, before 1606 at ENG.

Other information

     Thomas Polwhele was living in 1620.

Family

Dionysia Glanville b. b 1586
Child

Rev Thomas Glanville

Male, ID #2237, b. before 1595, d. 10 August 1673
FatherSir John Glanville M.P. b. 1541, d. 27 Jul 1600
MotherAlice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev Thomas Glanville was born before 1595 at ENG. He married Grace Danyell on 4 May 1663 at Totnes, DEV, ENG. Rev Thomas Glanville died on 10 August 1673 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. He was buried on 12 August 1673 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG; Mr Thomas Glanvill viccar of this paririfh died the 10th of August and was buried the 12 of the same.

Other information

     It would appear highly unlikely that a Thomas son of John would marry in 1663 and have subsequent children.
Other sources report him marrying a Joanna Calmady in 1624 and Thomas dying 1641 to be buried at St Eustachius Tavistock and Joanna dying to be buried St Andrew's Tavistock in 1664 with a son John buried St Peters, Peter Tavy, Devon in 1694.
It seems more probable that Thomas the son of Sir John Glanville and Alice Skerrett was NOT a vicar of Tavistock but was the man who married Johanna Calamdye circa 1624 and the father of the Rev Thomas vicar of Tavistock who married Grace Danyell in 1663.
The list of Vicars of Tavistock in the 1600s records:
1600 Richard Adams
1603 John Ellistone
1612 Edward Elyott
1632 John Blythman
???? Tristram Cleake
1638 George Hughes
1649 Thomas Larkham
1661 Samuel Brown(e)
1662 Thomas Glanvil
1673 Jasper Cann
1690 William Hame
1697 John Rennell
1701 Nathaniel Beard.
The Calendar of the Tavistock Parish records RN Worth 1887 lists:
[1665] Memorandum of award in a difference between
the parish of Tavystocke and Arthur Cunningham, gent.,
touching a certain rent of 8s. issuing out of a house of the
said Arthur, in the occupation of one Jonas Webb, als
Kitching, payable to the churchwardens of Tavystocke ;
also a rent of 1s. 4d. out of another house of Cunningham's
inheritance, now or lately in the possession of William
Rowe, ' upon ye Cawse in the West Street/ likewise pay-
able to wardens. Whereas Ben Speckman and David Sar-
gant, gent..wardens for the present year, did distrain the
goods of the occupiers ; and whereas Thomas Glanvill,
vicar of Tavystock, and Thomas Preston, rector of Mary-
tavy, were ' arbitrators and wardsmen,' they award : — (A)
Cunningham to pay all arrears to Speckman and Sargent.
(B) Speckman and Sargent to repay Cunningham all the
said money towards his charges and expenses, except 30s.,
to remain to the use of the parish. (C) Cunningham and
his heirs to pay the 8s. and 1s. 4d. regularly. Signed by
Thomas Glanvill and Thomas Preston, October 30th, 17th
Charles II., 1665. Accepted by the parties as testified by
the signatures of fifrancis Toller, William Hore, John Cun-
ningham, and John Toller.
In 1670 the Calendar of the Tavistock Parish Records list a collection made for captives in Turkey, including Thomas Glanvill vicar of Tavistock and Grace his wife 2s 6d.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Rev Thomas Glanville was vicar, at baptism of son Thomas on 1 May 1672.

Family

Grace Danyell b. b 1643
Children

Sir Francis Godolphin

Male, ID #2238, b. 1540, d. 1608

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sir Francis Godolphin was born in 1540. He married Alice Skerrett after 1600; a second marriage for both bride and groom. Sir Francis Godolphin died in 1608.

Family

Alice Skerrett b. b 1565, d. 1632

John Polwhele

Male, ID #2239, b. 1606
FatherThomas Polwhele b. b 1586
MotherDionysia Glanville b. b 1586

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Polwhele was born in 1606 at ENG. He married Ann Baskerville; Ann being sister to Francis Baskerville who married Margaret Glanville in 1635.

Ann Baskerville

Female, ID #2240

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Polwhele.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Baskerville married John Polwhele, son of Thomas Polwhele and Dionysia Glanville; Ann being sister to Francis Baskerville who married Margaret Glanville in 1635.

Family

John Polwhele b. 1606

Elizabeth Crymes

Female, ID #2241, b. before 1584, d. December 1658

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Crymes was born before 1584 at ENG. She married Sir Francis Glanville, son of Sir John Glanville M.P. and Alice Skerrett, on 21 September 1604 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG. Elizabeth Crymes died in December 1658 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. She was buried on 25 December 1658 at St Eustachius, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Family

Sir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2242, b. 3 July 1614, d. August 1616
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born on 3 July 1614 at ENG; probably Tavistock. He died in August 1616 at Tavistock probably, DEV, ENG, at age 2. He was buried on 15 August 1616 at St Eustachius, Tavistock, DEV, ENG.

Alice Glanville

Female, ID #2243, b. 21 September 1605
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Conocke. Her married name was Fowell.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Glanville was born in 1605 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG; probably Kilworthy House, Tavistock. She was baptized on 21 September 1605 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG. She and John Conocke obtained a marriage license on 26 September 1622 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. Alice Glanville married Edmund Fowell after 1640; this being Edmund's second marriage, and his first wife died in 1640. In the 1658 Will of Francis Glanville of Kilworthy, his sister Alice is named wife of Edmund Fowell.

Family 1

John Conocke b. b 1602

Family 2

Edmund Fowell

Edmund Fowell

Male, ID #2244

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edmund Fowell married Alice Glanville, daughter of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, after 1640; this being Edmund's second marriage, and his first wife died in 1640. In the 1658 Will of Francis Glanville of Kilworthy, his sister Alice is named wife of Edmund Fowell.

Family

Alice Glanville b. 21 Sep 1605

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #2245, b. 19 November 1606
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Fowell.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born before 19 November 1606 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG; probably Kilworthy House, Tavistock. She was baptized on 19 November 1606 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG. She married William Fowell on 10 April 1627 at the Parish Church, Tavistock, DEV, ENG; Mr William ffowell and Mrs Elizabeth Glanvill were marryed.

Family

William Fowell b. 1599, d. Sep 1674

William Fowell

Male, ID #2246, b. 1599, d. September 1674

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Fowell was born in 1599 at Blackhall, DEV, ENG. He married Elizabeth Glanville, daughter of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, on 10 April 1627 at the Parish Church, Tavistock, DEV, ENG; Mr William ffowell and Mrs Elizabeth Glanvill were marryed. William Fowell died in September 1674 at Diptford, DEV, ENG. He was buried on 16 September 1674 at Diptford, DEV, ENG.

Family

Elizabeth Glanville b. 19 Nov 1606

Dionysia Glanville

Female, ID #2247, b. 1 December 1608
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Alternate Names

     Dionysia Glanville was also known as Dionisia Glanville. As of 6 August 1635,her married name was Doidge.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Dionysia Glanville was born in 1607/8 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG; probably Kilworthy House, Tavistock. She was baptized on 1 December 1608 at Buckland Monachorum, DEV, ENG. She married John Doidge on 6 August 1635 at DEV, ENG.

Family

John Doidge b. b 1615

John Doidge

Male, ID #2248, b. before 1615

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Doidge was born before 1615. He married Dionysia Glanville, daughter of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, on 6 August 1635 at DEV, ENG.

Family

Dionysia Glanville b. 1 Dec 1608

Joan Glanville

Female, ID #2249, b. 1610
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1584, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Alternate Names

     Joan Glanville was also known as Jane. Her married name was Sawle.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Joan Glanville was born in 1610 at ENG. She married Oliver Sawle on 3 February 1633 at the Parish Church, Tavistock, DEV, ENG; Oliver Sawil Esq and Mrs Jane Glanvill daughter of the Right worshipful Sir Francis Glanvill knight were married the 2 day being sonday.

Family

Oliver Sawle b. b 1612

Oliver Sawle

Male, ID #2250, b. before 1612

Alternate Names

     Oliver Sawle was also known as Oliver Sawel.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Sawle was born before 1612. He married Joan Glanville, daughter of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, on 3 February 1633 at the Parish Church, Tavistock, DEV, ENG; Oliver Sawil Esq and Mrs Jane Glanvill daughter of the Right worshipful Sir Francis Glanvill knight were married the 2 day being sonday.

Family

Joan Glanville b. 1610