Francis Glanville

Male, ID #2251, b. before 21 January 1626, d. August 1658
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1585, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Francis Glanville was born before 21 January 1626 at Kilworthy, Tavistock, DEV, ENG; possibly 15 Jul 1626. He was baptized on 21 January 1626 at Mary Tavy, DEV, ENG; maybe 21 Jan 1627. He married Maria Rolle on 11 March 1647 at Petrockstowe, DEV, ENG; Mary probably being a widow. Francis Glanville died in August 1658 at Kilworthy, Tavistock, DEV, ENG. He was buried on 18 August 1658 at Tavistock, DEV, ENG. His estate was probated on 28 March 1659 by the oath of Mary Glanville the relict and sole executrix to whom admon was granted.

Other information

     As of 2 August 1658, Francis Glanville lived at Kilworthy, Tavistock, DEV, ENG. He left a will on 2 August 1658; THE will of Francis Glanville of Kilworthy is dated 1658. He gives the manor of Streete on Treverby, in Blackanton, the bartons of Fenton and other lands in Darlington and Rattery to Richard Fowell, son of Williamm Fowell of Blackhall inDevon, in fee. The manor of Withiel, with the advowson, in Cornwall, to Francis, son of John Vivian of Treven (?), in fee. The barton of Hamm, with the manor and mills, together with Huddiesland in Moorwinston and Kilkhampton, to Joseph Saull, son of Oliver Saull of Penrice, in fee. The third of the manor of Kellylands, with the advowson of South-Hill, to Francis, son of John Doidge of Lamerton, in fee. The bartons of Killworthy, Bulling parks, Grrannerly, Spireland, Bulling meadow, Smiths park, and West Langston and Broadridge wood, in Lamerton, with Holsworthy in Tavistock, to Francis, son of William Kelly of Bittercombe, in Devon, in fee. The tithes of Whitechurch, Devon, to Francis, son of John Glanville of Whitechurch, in fee. All the above for life of his wife, to whom he also gives in fee Nuneham in Chumleigh, with Brixham and Holloway, Passamore in Broadwood, Kelly and Winckley. He gives his sister Alice, wife of Edmund Fowell, £1000. To his mother, the Lady Elizabeth, he gives plate of the value of £10; to his sister, Margaret Kelly, his diamond ring; to his niece, Dionisia Doidge, £100; to his cousin, Elizabeth Doidge, £100 on marriage; to his cousin, Eliz. Edwards, £100; to his cousin. Francis Edgecumbe, a house in Tavistock; to his nephew, Rich. Doidge, £100; to his little niece, Margaret Rolle, £50; with other legacies to servants and the poor,

The Will commences...
In the Name of God Amen
I ffranis Glanvill of Killworthy in the County of
Devon Esqr being weak of body but of sound and perfect
memory thanks be unto Almighty God do make and
ordain this my last will and testment in manner and form
following ffirst I bequeath my soul into the hands of
Almightly God my creator from whence I received it ***
affirm by in mind through the *** and mediatoin of
Jesus Christ my sole redeemer that hat pardonned and
forgiven me all my sinn and that I shall dwell with him
eternally in the heavens And my body to Christian burial
to be decently buried in the church of Tavistock by by
ancestor without vain pomp or glory *** *** I have
heretofore conveyed and ....

Family

Maria Rolle b. b 1627

Maria Rolle

Female, ID #2252, b. before 1627

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Maria Rolle was born before 1627. She married Francis Glanville, son of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, on 11 March 1647 at Petrockstowe, DEV, ENG; Mary probably being a widow.

Other information

     Maria Rolle was also known as Mary. Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Francis Glanville b. b 21 Jan 1626, d. Aug 1658

William Glanville

Male, ID #2253, b. 1618, d. 12 April 1702
FatherSir Francis Glanville b. b 1585, d. 1638
MotherElizabeth Crymes b. b 1584, d. Dec 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born in 1618 at ENG. He married Jane Evelyn after 1638 at ENG. William Glanville died on 12 April 1702 at ENG; described in the diaries of John Evelyn ""1702, April 12th, my brother-in-law Glanville departed this life this morning, after a long languishing illnesse, leaving a son by my sister, and two granddaughters. Our relation and friendship had been long and greate. He was a man of excellent parts. He died in the 84th year of his age, and will'd his body to be wrapped in lead and carried down to Greenwich, put on board a ship, and buried in the sea about Dover and Calais, about the Goodwin Sands, which was done on the Tuesday or Wednesday after. He was a gentleman of an ancient family in Devonshire, and married my sister Jane. By his prudent parsimony he much improved his fortune. He had a place in the Alienation Office, and might have made an extraordinary man had he cultivated his parts."" He was buried in April 1702; at sea between Dover and Calais. His estate was probated on 6 December 1705 Probatum... (latin text, admon granted to William Glanvill the son December 1705.)

Other information

     William Glanville was also known as George in the "Records of the Anglo Norman House of Glanville from AD 1050 to 1880." He left a will on 17 March 1699; This is the last will and
testament of Wm Glanvill the elder of the Middle Temple London Esqr
made this seventeeth day of March 1699: I devise and give to my neece
Anne ffowler of Greenwich widow to Mary ffowler her only
daughter and to my nephew William Cowse (?) of London Greerthank (?)
one hundred pounds apeice of lawfull money to be paid to each of
them within six months after my death by my executor hereinafter
named I also devise and give to my two granddaughters
Elizabeth Glanvill and ffrances Glanville one hundred pounds apeice
of lawfull money to be improved for and paid to each of them at their
respective days of marriage And if one of them dye before she is
married then her hundred pounds I will to be paid by my executor
to her surviving sister I give to my servant Jonathan ffowler
ten pounds of lawfull money if he be in my service when I dye
but if he be not in my service at the day of my death then I give him
but five pounds to be paid him by my executor one month after my
decease I devise and give all whatsoever my lands tenements
hereditaments money goods and chattells in the County of Devon
or elsewhere in England to my beloved Sonn William Glanvill
and his heires and I do also hereby make him sole executor of
this my last will As to my dead body I will and require my sonn and
executor to cause it to be inclosed in a coffin of lead and take care
to have it very privately without any solemnity thrown into any
part of the Sea near Goodwin Sands between England and Scotland
In Witnefs whereof I have hereto set my hand and seal. Wm
Glanvill. Signed sealed and published by the testator in the presence
of us and attested by us in the presence of the testator Wm Longueville
Edward Portere Thos Watson.
As of 17 March 1699, William Glanville lived at Middle Temple, London, MDX, ENG.

Family

Jane Evelyn
Child

Jane Evelyn

Female, ID #2254

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Evelyn married William Glanville, son of Sir Francis Glanville and Elizabeth Crymes, after 1638 at ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

William Glanville b. 1618, d. 12 Apr 1702
Child

William Glanville

Male, ID #2255, b. between 1638 and 1671, d. circa February 1718
FatherWilliam Glanville b. 1618, d. 12 Apr 1702
MotherJane Evelyn

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born between 1638 and 1671; circa 1651 indicated by Canterbury marriage licence dated 21 Dec 1691. He married Frances Hales on 25 December 1691 at Boughton Malherbe, KEN, ENG; Mr William Glanville Esq. and Mrs Frances Hales. William Glanville died circa February 1718 at ENG. He was buried in February 1718 at St John the Evangelist church, Wooton, SRY, ENG; the grave marked by a white marble urn, bearding cherubs's heads, on the north side of the churchyard. His estate was probated on 5 February 1718 at the prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Other information

     William Glanville left a will on 31 December 1717; transcribed:
This is the will and testament of me William Glanville of the Middle Temple, London, Esquire, made the December 31st, 1717. I constitute and appoint Launcelot Burton and Peter Chaster (?) Esquires, executors of this my will in. trust that they see the same performed, and for their trouble I give them £200 apiece. To Mrs Mary Burton, wife of L. Burron, £50. To the three ladies, daughters of the Earl of Bradford, £10 apiece to buy rings. To the Honourable Mrs Harcourt, my goddaughter, £20. To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor, £20. To Dame Mary Hythe, £20. To John Skerrett, Esqre, my volumes called Rymers Foedera. To John Whitfield, £10. To the Corporation for Augmenting small . . . . (?) £50. To Elizabeth Nicholls, 15 shillings weekly during her life, and one guinea upon every quarter day as long as she lives. To Elizabeth Seymor, 40 shillings per annum. To Elizabeth Chills, £20. To Mary Fetherston, £10. To Edward Biddulph, £10. To Susanna Turner, my cookmaid, £10; to my two footmen £3 apiece, and also mourning to all my servants. I desire that 40 rings of 20 shillings apiece may be distributed to my friends, etc. I desire to be buried behind the Church in the churchyard, in the parish of Wooton, in the county of Surrey, and to be laid six yards under ground. I give unto five labourers and clerke of the said parish of Wooton that shall dig my grave of the depth aforesaid £6 equally to be divided amongst them. To the poor of Wooton £5, and to the poor of the parish where I shall die £5, to be distributed amongst them. And I do hereby direct that my executors, with all convenient speed after my death, take out of my personal estate so much money as will purchase lands or rents etc. in fee simple of the yearly value of £30 over and besides all taxes and charges which purchase shall be made in the name of my executors or the survivors of them from time to time etc. etc. . . . to the intent and purpose that they do and shall upon the anniversary day of my death yearly and every year out of the rents and profits of the lands, etc., to be purchased, will and truly pay unto such five poor boys of the parish of Wooton. aforesaid as they my said Trustees shall nominate and elect, out of the poor boys of the said parish yearly, who shall not severally exceed the age of sixteen years, the sum of 40 shillings each upon condition that such five boys "shall with their hands layd upone my gravestone respectively repeat by heart or without booke in a plaine and audible voice, The Lord's Prayer, the Apostle's Creed and the Ten Commandments in the English tongue and shall also reade the 15 Chapter of the First Epistle of St Paul to the Corinthians, and write in a legible hand two verses of the said Chapter," etc. And the Trustees to pay the surplus yearly sum of £30 for the binding of such poor boys to a handicraft or husbandry not giving any greater sum than £10, etc. etc. And all other such real estate, etc., I give and devise to my daughter Frances Glanville for and during the term of her natural life, and immediately after the decease of my said daughter, I give all and every the said real estate to the first and to all and every other the son and sons of the body of the said daughter to be begotten, in "tayle male," my personal estate (except my household goods plate linen, Rent Book and other goods and things in and about my house which I give unto my said daughter Frances). I give and bequeath the same and every part thereof to my said executors in trust to be laid out in purchase of lands etc., and to be settled and subject to the same trusts as my real estate by this my will devised, and I do hereby declare my mind to be that all and every the profits of my personal estate to be given to my executors upon trust until the same be invested in lands. And the person who marries my said daughter shall within 12 months after such marriage take upon him the name of "Glanville" and bear the arms of the Family of Glanville and shall use his and their utmost endeavours to establish the name and arms of Glanville in himself and posterity by my said daughter instead of his own name [Frances Glanville married her cousin William Evelyn, Esq., who assumed the arms and name of Glanville]. My said executors are to take care that the person or persons to whom my said daughter shall happen to marry, shall before her marriage agree to settle and assure upon her out of my estates etc., by this my will devised and given the yearly sum of £500 for her sole and separate use and wherewith he shall not intermeddle or have any power over, the better to enable my said daughter "to doe acts of charity and to render her own life the more independent and easie." I give my godson Thomas Dalton £50, and my executors and Trustees to have all their costs out of my estate.
My grave always to be kept clean. In witness etc.
(Signed) WILLIAM GLANVILLE


A separate (more complete transcription being....


This is the will and testament
of me William Glanville of the Middle Temple London Esqr
made the one and thirtieth day of December one thousand
seven hundred and seventeen I constitute and appoint Lancsllott
Burton and Peter Shafter (?) Esquires executors of this my will
in trust that they see the same performed in such manner as
herein after is mentioned and directed and for their pains and care
therein I give to them a legacy of two hundred pounds apiece I give
to Mrs Mary Burton the new wife of the said Lancellot Burton the
summe of fifty pounds to the three ladies daughters of the Earl of
Bradford tenn pounds apiece to buy each of them a ring to the
Honourable Mrs Harcourt my goddaughter twenty pounds to the
Right Reverend the Lord Bishopp of Bangor twenty pounds to
Dame Mary Hythe twenty pounds for mourning to John Skerritt
Esquire my sett of volumes called Rymers Fadera to Robert Whitfeild
tenne pounds to the Corporation for Augmenting small Mirraridges (?)
ffifty pounds to Elizabeth Nicholls ffifteens shillings weekly during her
life and one guinea upon every quarter day as long as she shall live to
Elizabeth Seymor during the terme of her naturall life the yearly summe of
forty shillings to Elizabeth Chills twenty pounds to Mary ffetherston
tenn pounds to Edward Biddulph tenn pounds to Susanna
Turner my cook maid tenn pounds and to my two ffootmen if they
shall be in my service at the time of my death three pound a peece
and also mourning to all my servants. I desire that forty rings
of twenty shillings value each may be distributed to so many of my
friends as my executors shall think fitt and I desire my executors to cause
my body to be put into a strong thick coffin of wood and to be carried
in a plain hearse without Escutchoons or any decoration whatsoever
and attended with two coaches only for some of my friends and
servants to assist at my funerall in order that my body may be buried
behind the Church in the churchyard of the parish of Wootton in the
County of Surrey there to be layd six yards under ground and I will
that a small stone be set upright at the head of my grave withan
inscription thereon as followeth die ..... anno salutio
ropecat (?) 17 Hic situ fuerant (?) Orbiquia (?) Wiefmi (?) Glanville Requiescant
Doner Advenist Redempfor And I give unto ffive labouring men
and the clerke of the said parish of Wootton that shall dig my grave of
the depth aforesaid and assist in putting my body therein six pounds
equally to be divided amongst them I give to the poore of the same
parish of wootton five pound and to the poor of the parish where I
shall dye five pounds to be distributed amongst them as my executors
shall think fitt And I do hereby direct that my executors shall with all
convenient speed after my decease take out of my personal estate so much
mony as will purchase lands or rents of Inheritance in ffee simple of the
shar yearly value of thirty pounds over and besides all taxes and Aprizes (?)
whatever which purchase shall be made in the name of my said trustees
or the survivor of them and by them in due and legal forme conveyed
from time to time other trustrees and their heires so as at all times hereinafter to
support and preserve a perpetual succesion in the lands and rents
to be purchased for the intents and purposes hereinafter mentioned (that is to
say) to the intent and purpose that my said trustees or the survivor of
them and the heires and assignes of such survivor do and shall upon the
anniversary day of my death yearly and every year foreever out of the rents
and profits of the lands or rents so to be purchased will and truly pay
or cause to be paid unto such five poore boyes of the parish of Wootton
aforesaid as they my said Trustees shall nominate and elect out of the
poore boyes of the same parish yearly who shall not severally exceed the
age of sixteen yeares the summe of forty shillings each upon condition
that such five boys shall with their hands layd upone my gravestone so to
be inscribed as aforesaid respectively repeat by heart or without booke in
a plaine and audible voice The Lord's Prayer, the Apostles Creed and the
Tenn Commandments in the English tongue, and shall also reade
the fifteenth chapter of the first Epistle of St Paul to the Corinthians, and
write in a legible hand two verses of the said Chapter and to this
further intent and purpose that is my said trustees or the
survivor of them and the heires and assignes of such survivor
doe and shall ifsue and pay aft and every part of the surplus or
remainder of the said yearly summe of thirty pounds for the
bnidnig (binding !) out such poore boyes as aforesaid to handicraft trade or in
husbandry not giving any greater summe for the binding out of any one
of the said boyes their tenn pounds at most provided always and
my intent nevertheless is that none of the said boyes shall at any time
be intitled to have or *** out of this my charitie more than
one single benefaccion (that is to say) that none of them shall
receive more than one summe of forty shillings for attending at my
gravestone nor more than one tenne pounds for bindnig out in
apprentice and I do hereby further declare my mind to be that
the said yearly summe of thirty pounds shall be asnwered *** paid
for the interests and purpofes aforesaid out of my personall estate
untill such purchase shall be actually made as herein before is directed
and appointed to be made and in case insufficient number of poore
boyes cannot be found in the parish of Wootton aforesaid who shall
be qualified to take the benefit of this my charitie as aforesaid then
and in such case my said trustees are hereby inpowered to choose or
admitt other boyes not exceeding the number aforesaid nor of more
adult yeares than is before mentioned out of the severall parishes of
Westcost Abenger Shear Ashted Epsom and Cheam or any of
them in the aforesaid County of Surrey and as for and concerting all
such real estate whereof I am seized or have any powoer to give or dispose
I give and devise the same and every part and parcell thereof unto
my daughter Frances Glanville for and during the term of her
natural life without unpeachment of nast (?) and after the determination
of that esate then to my said trustees and their heires during the
life of my said daughter upon trust to support and preserve the contingent
estate herein after directed from being defeated and for that purpose to
make entryes as there shall be occasion and from and immediately
after the decease of my said daughter then I give all and every the
said real estate to the first and to all and every other the sonne and
sonns of the body of the said daughter to be begotten, in Tayle Male
one after another as they shall severally be in priority of birth the
elder of such sonns and the heires male of his or their body or bodyes
and for want of such issue then to all and every the daughter and
daughters of the body of my said daughter to be begotten and the heires
of the body and bodiies of all and every such daughter and daughters
which said daughers and their respective issue and to take the said
devised premisses as tennants in common and not as joynt tennants and
for want of such ifsue then I give and devise the said real estate to my said
executors and their heires upon trust to dispose of the annuall rents ifsues and
profitts thereof in perpetuity to any for such charitable of or intents and purposes
as the aforesaid yearly summe of thirty pounds is by this my will appointed and
directed to give Allowing my said trustees to difarge (?) the aforesaid number of poore
boyes in manner as aforesaid according to the yearly reconne of my esate and as
it shall happen to be upon the contingent aforesaid and as for and concerning all
and every my personall estate (except my household goods plate jewells linnen
arrears of rent books and other goods and things in constant use in and
about my house or for the ornament thereof which I give unto my said
daughter immediatelie) I give and bequeath the same and every part thereof
to my said executors by them to be invested and laid out in purchase of
lands or rents of inheritance in ffee simple which lands when purchased
and as the same shall be purchased I will shall be conveyed and settled
to the same estates and uses and subject to the same trusts as my said reall
estate by this my will is devised and directed to goe and I do hereby
declare my mind to be that all and every the profits and profitt of my said
personal estate soe given to my said executors upon trust as aforesaid
untill the same be invested in lands as aforesaid shall goe to and be had
and recieved by such person and persons and for such intents and purposes
as the rents and profitts of the lands nouls (?) got to had such purchase or
purchases been actually made as is before directing provided at wayes and my
intent and meaning neverthelefs is that in case the person or persons to whom
my said daughter shall heppen to be married shall within twelve months
after such his marriage take upon him the name of Glanville and bear the
armes of the ffamily of Glanville and shall use his and their utmost
endeavours to establifh the name and arms of Glanville in himselfe and
posteritie by my said daughter in stead of his owne name and armes
that then my intent and meaning is that he shall in case he shall
happen to survive or outlive my said daughter have and receive to his ***
*** for arms during the terme of his natural life All the rents and profitts
of my said reall estate and all the interest and proceeds of my personall
estate soe to be invested in lands as aforesaid and the rents and profitts of the
lands therewith to be purchased in like manner as tennants by the
Curtesy of England hold and enjoy lands but in case my said daughter
shall at the time of her death have any ifsue of her body either male or
female that shall in the life time of their father rise to attaine the age of
eighteen yeares then and in such case the ffather of such ifsue shall
have and receive only from thenceforth one moiety and not the whole of the
said rents and profitts to his own use and the other moiety shall goe for
the provision and advancement of such issue and it is my further intenet that
no after taken husband of my said daughter shall take any of the rent and
profitts of my estate either reall or personall by virtue of the provision aforesaid
unless there be a failure of issue of my said daughter by all and every former
husband which she had or such issue at the time of her death be all dead without
issue and I do hereby desire my said executors are to take care that the person
or persons to whom my said daughter shall happen to be married shall before
her marriage agree to settle and assure upon her out of the estates and
**onyed by this my will devised and given the theart yearly sum of ffive
hundred pounds for her sole and separate use and wherewith he shall not
intermeddle or have any controuling power over the better to enable my said
daughter to doe acts of charity and to render her owne life the more independent
and easie And I give my godson Thomas Dalton ffifty pounds and lastly
I do hereby direct that my said executors and trustees shall have allowed to
them out of my estate all such costs charges damages and expenses as they or either
of them shall sustain or be put unto in the execution and defnce of this my will
and the severall trusts here contained in that they shall nto be answerable
out of their own estates for any unwilfull lose or miscarriage that my happen
in my estate or any part thereof nor shall be responsible for the receipts and payments
acts and deeds of one another but either of them for his own *** receipts
and payments acts and deed and not otherwise I will have my aforesaid
gravestone and the inscription thereon to be made so be always kept clean and
legible and when and as often as occasion shall require there shall be a new
stone set up at the head of my grave with the like inscription thereon as is before
mentioned and now I most sincerely and heartily repent of all my sinns and
pray God to forgive me as I forgive all men recommending my Soul to him
who gave it beeching thee O greate and incomphensible God not to dispose of it
according to my sinns and demerritts but according to they unlimitted mercy and the
all sufficient merrits of my blessed saviour Christ Jesus in whom I put my trust
and sure confidsure and hope for an happy and blessed resurrection Amen
In witnefs whereof I have to this my will written upon six sheets of
paper to the first five sheets thereof subscribed my name only and to the
sixth or last sheet thereof I have subscribed my name and sett my seale
the day and year first before mentioned Wm Glanvill. Signed and sealed by
the said William Glanvill the testator for and as his last will and testament
in the prefence of us who in his presnce have subscribed our names
as witnessed hereof William Dourrence Randolph Peters Thos
Siveen

I give to Elizabeth Small
twenty pounds for mourning and to Mr William Coke
merchant fifty pounds and as to the legacy which I have before
given to the Lord Bishopp of Bangor I declare the same to be in
testimony of the respect I beare him for defending the libertyes of his
countrey and for his love to mankind for his indevours to free
religion from superstition and tyrany wich worldly interest and
ambition was blended with it and to restore it to that simplistic and
ufefulinefse which was the designe of its blefsed author ffor which his
labour of live he has justly merritted the esteem and regard of all
good men instead of that lord of infamy and scandall which the
passions of designing men rase so *tiously (?) and uncharitably
thrown upon him Wm Glanvill.
The Evening Express newspaper reported:
STRANGE DEATH ANNIVERSARY
Eight boys stood round the tomb of William Glanville in Wotton Churchyard, yesterday. With forefingers on right hand resting on the stone they recited the Lord's Prayer, Apostles' Creed, and the Ten Commandments. The seven who did it best were awarded £2 each, in accordance with the wishes of the donor, who died in 1719. Since then every anniversary of the death has been marked by this quaint performance over his grave on 3 February 1905.

Family

Frances Hales b. b 1671
Children

Frances Hales

Female, ID #2256, b. before 1671

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frances Hales was born before 1671. She married William Glanville, son of William Glanville and Jane Evelyn, on 25 December 1691 at Boughton Malherbe, KEN, ENG; Mr William Glanville Esq. and Mrs Frances Hales.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

William Glanville b. bt 1638 - 1671, d. c Feb 1718
Children

Frances Glanville

Female, ID #2257, b. 4 September 1696, d. 23 July 1719
FatherWilliam Glanville b. bt 1638 - 1671, d. c Feb 1718
MotherFrances Hales b. b 1671

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frances Glanville was born on 4 September 1696 at Westminster, MDX, ENG. She was baptized on 10 September 1696 at St Martin in the Fields parish church, Trafalgar Square, Westminster, MDX, ENG; Francis Glanvill of William and Frances, born September 4. She married William Evelyn on 12 February 1718 at ENG; William changing his name to Glanville. This was a marriage of cousins. Frances Glanville died on 23 July 1719 at Godestone, SRY, ENG, at age 22.

Other information

     Her married name was Evelyn. Frances Glanville was also known as Francisca recorded at baptism. She was named (unmarried) in the will of her grandfather William Glanvill in 1699.

Family

William Evelyn b. 1686, d. Oct 1766
Child

William Evelyn

Male, ID #2258, b. 1686, d. October 1766

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Evelyn was born in 1686. He married Frances Glanville, daughter of William Glanville and Frances Hales, on 12 February 1718 at ENG; William changing his name to Glanville. This was a marriage of cousins. William Evelyn married Bridget Raymond on 10 November 1726 at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, LND, ENG; William Glanville & Bridgett Raymond with Licence. William named a Widower, Bridget a Spinster in the marriage bond dated 8 Nov 1726. William Evelyn died in October 1766 at ENG. He was buried on 27 October 1766 at Godestone, SRY, ENG.

Other information

     William Evelyn was also known as William Evelyn Glanville. His name was legally changed to Glanville. He was married 2 times.
As of December 1742, William Evelyn lived at St Clare, KEN, ENG. William Glanville Evelyn Esq. of St Clere was appointed Sheriff of Kent in 1757.

Family 1

Frances Glanville b. 4 Sep 1696, d. 23 Jul 1719
Child

Family 2

Bridget Raymond b. b 1706
Children

Frances Glanville

Female, ID #2259, b. 9 June 1719, d. 25 February 1805
FatherWilliam Evelyn b. 1686, d. Oct 1766
MotherFrances Glanville b. 4 Sep 1696, d. 23 Jul 1719

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frances Glanville was born on 29 May 1719 at London, MDX, ENG. She was born on 9 June 1719 at St Clere, KEN, ENG; I suspect the birth was 29 May 1719 and the location St Clere in Kent. She was baptized on 9 June 1719 at St Anne, Soho, London Westminser, MDX, ENG. She married Rt Hon. Edward Boscawen in December 1742. Frances Glanville died on 25 February 1805 at South Audley Street, London, MDX, ENG, at age 85; with a recorded age of 86.

Other information

     Her married name was Boscawen.

Family

Rt Hon. Edward Boscawen b. b 19 Aug 1711, d. 10 Jan 1761

Rt Hon. Edward Boscawen

Male, ID #2260, b. before 19 August 1711, d. 10 January 1761

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rt Hon. Edward Boscawen was born before 19 August 1711. He was baptized on 19 August 1711. He married Frances Glanville, daughter of William Evelyn and Frances Glanville, in December 1742. Rt Hon. Edward Boscawen died on 10 January 1761 at Hatchland, SRY, ENG. He was buried in January 1761 at St Penkivel, CON, ENG; with a monument to him.

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     Was Lord of the Admiralty, Admiral of the Blue, General of Marines, one of the Elder Brethren of the Trinity House, Member of Parliament for Borough of Truro (from 1742, and for Saltash from 1747) and one of his Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council.
He commanded in chief the Expedition against Cape Breton, and with General Amherst took to Fortress of Louisbourg in July 1758. In August 1759 he fell in with the French fleet and took 3 ships of the line and burnt 2.

Family

Frances Glanville b. 9 Jun 1719, d. 25 Feb 1805

Oliver Glanville

Male, ID #2261, b. 31 March 1594, d. August 1641
FatherJohn Glanville b. 1562, d. c Mar 1612
MotherMary Skerret b. b 1569

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Glanville was born before 31 March 1594 at St Columb, CON, ENG; Launceston also reported. He was baptized on 31 March 1594 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date. He married Elizabeth Broken before 1618; Elizabeth being the sister of Charles Broken who married Oliver's sister Susan. Oliver Glanville died in August 1641 at Launceston, CON, ENG, at age 47. He was buried on 14 August 1641 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; named a Gent. His estate was probated on 29 November 1641 Probatum fuit.... (latin text admon granted to Elizabeth Glanvill relict 29 Nov 1641.)

Other information

     Oliver Glanville left a will on 18 January 1641; In the Name of God Amen I Oliver
Glanvill of Lanceston in the Countie of Cornwall gent doe make this my
last will and testatment And further I bequeath my soule into the hands of my
blessed Saviour Jesus Christ and my body to be buried in such manner as my
executrix hereinafter shall think fitt Item after my debts are payed I give and
bequeath unto Arteyr Oliver Elizabeth Katharine Anna and Sarah my sonnes and
daughters twenty marks a year to be payed unto them att their several agaes of
twenty one yeares out of the monees due unto me from Sir Bowell Cromole (?)
when the same shall be recovered of him Lastly I make and ordaine my wellbeloved
wife Elizabeth Glanvile my nogolle (?) and sole executrix of this my last will and
testament and publish the same in the presence of theis hereunder written
wittnes my hand and seal the eighteeth day of Jannary in the sixteenth year of
the reigne of our Soveraigne Lord King Charles now King of England &c Anno
Dm 1640 Oliver Glanvill, Thomas Beare Philip ffrancis John Edgecumbe.

Family

Elizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2262, b. 1562, d. circa March 1612
FatherThomas Glanville b. b 1541
MotherJoan Cornish b. b 1547

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born in 1562 at Abbotsham, DEV, ENG; his Will records his birthplace as Tavistock. He married Christiana Estcotte on 12 February 1587 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; same date recorded St Columb; possibly a Banns Reading ? John Glanville married Mary Skerret between 1588 and 1589 at CON, ENG. John Glanville died circa March 1612 at Launceston, CON, ENG. His estate was probated on 20 May 1612 at the prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Other information

     John Glanville was married 2 times.
He left a will on 20 January 1612; leaving all the estate in the manor of Glevian in Mawgan in Pydar near Mawgan Porth in Cornwalll to his son second son John (and much more besides to various people). His will named his sister Thomasin Hodge (her daughter Alice) and her and his brother Daniel. He also named his eldest son Oliver and Agnes his youngest daughter, also Katherine his eldest daughter and Mary his second daughter. He left money for the poor of Tavistock and Bodmin and a hospital. One bequest was "I give to my brother Skerritt my best black cloak". He names his wife Mary and makes her sole executrix of his will. Oliver Glanville was one of the witnesses to the will dated 20th January 9th of the reign of sovereign lord James by the grace of god of England... (20 Jan 1612.)
Prior to discovery of St Columb records, John's descendancy was (wrongly) believed to be as follows:
     Descendants of John Glanville
     
     Generation One
          
      1. John GLANVILLE was born before 1567. He married Christiana Estcotte on 12 Feb 1587 at Launceston, CON, ENG. He married Mary Skerret between 1588 and 1589 at CON, ENG.
      Christiana ESTCOTTE was born before 1567. She died in 1588 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was buried on 7 May 1588 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
      Known children of John Glanville and Christiana Estcotte were:
          + 2.     i.     John GLANVILLE, born 28 Nov 1599 at Launceston, CON, ENG; married Grace Hallamore.
      Mary SKERRET was born before 1569.
      Known children of John Glanville and Mary Skerret were as follows:
          3.     i.     John GLANVILLE was born in 1590. He died in 1597.
          + 4.     ii.     Oliver GLANVILLE, born 30 Mar 1594 at Launceston, CON, ENG; married Elizabeth Broken.
          5.     iii.     Mary GLANVILLE was born on 20 Apr 1596 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She married John Jope on 16 May 1614 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
          6.     iv.     Susan GLANVILLE was born on 4 Aug 1598 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She married Christopher Broken on 6 Oct 1616 at Totnes, DEV, ENG; Christopher being the brother of Elizabeth Broken who married Susan's brother Oliver.
      As of 6 Oct 1616, her married name was BROKYNG.
          7.     v.     Alice GLANVILLE was born in 1601. She died in 1603.
          8.     vi.     Alice GLANVILLE was born on 14 Jul 1604 at CON, ENG. She married Robert Carey on 16 Dec 1628 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
          9.     vii.     Agnes GLANVILLE was born on 23 Jul 1604 at Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported as 1 sep 1605. She married William Deebell on 9 Aug 1628 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
     
     Generation Two
          
      2. John GLANVILLE was born on 28 Nov 1599 at Launceston, CON, ENG. He married Grace Hallamore after 1619.
      Known children of John Glanville and Grace Hallamore were:
          10.     i.     Mary GLANVILLE was born circa 1620. She married John Vivian on 18 Oct 1642 at St Columb Major, CON, ENG; also Tavistock, Devon. She died in Mar 1669 at St Columb Major, CON, ENG. She was buried on 26 Mar 1669 at St Columb Major, CON, ENG.
     
      4. Oliver GLANVILLE was born on 30 Mar 1594 at Launceston, CON, ENG. He married Elizabeth Broken before 1618; Elizabeth being the sister of Charles Broken who married Oliver's sister Susan. He died in 1641 at ENG. He was buried on 14 Aug 1641 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
      Elizabeth BROKEN was born before 1599. She was buried on 5 Oct 1658 at in the Chapel, Launceston, CON, ENG.
      Known children of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken were as follows:
          11.     i.     John GLANVILLE was born in 1618. He died in 1620.
          12.     ii.     Mary GLANVILLE was born on 2 Mar 1619. She married Thomas Cocke on 6 Apr 1641 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
          13.     iii.     Grace GLANVILLE was born in 1621. She died in 1622.
          14.     iv.     Alice GLANVILLE was born on 17 Nov 1622. She married George Bekkett on 1 Oct 1647 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She married Robert Jenkin; Robert being of St Thomas by Launceston.
          + 15.     v.     Francis GLANVILLE, born 7 Dec 1623 at ENG; married Sarah Handcocke.
          16.     vi.     John GLANVILLE was born in 1624. He died in 1625.
          17.     vii.     Catherine GLANVILLE was born in 1625. She died in 1626.
          18.     viii.     Christopher GLANVILLE was born on 21 Oct 1627. He died before 1658.
          19.     ix.     Elizabeth GLANVILLE was born on 22 Jan 1628. She married Thomas Roberts on 4 Jan 1658 at Lifton, DEV, ENG; also recorded as 5 Jan 1657.
          20.     x.     Catherine GLANVILLE was born on 18 Jul 1630. She married William Wichalse on 7 Jun 1655 at Ashcombe, DEV, ENG. She died after 1655.
          21.     xi.     Arthur GLANVILLE was born on 3 Jun 1632. He died after 1682.
          22.     xii.     Anna GLANVILLE was born on 3 Nov 1633.
      She was living in 1658; named in both parent's wills.
          23.     xiii.     Thomas GLANVILLE was born on 9 Mar 1634 at ENG.
          + 24.     xiv.     Oliver GLANVILLE, born 8 May 1636 at ENG; married Bridget May.
          25.     xv.     Sarah GLANVILLE was born on 25 Feb 1637. She married Thomas Blight on 14 Nov 1660.
     
     Generation Three
          
      15. Francis GLANVILLE was born on 7 Dec 1623 at ENG. He married Sarah Handcocke on 26 Apr 1659 at St Columb, CON, ENG; also 22 Feb 1660 but no location given, also 1 Jan 1659/60 North Petherwin. Her father named Rick Hancock of North Petherin - gentleman. He married Jane Hicks on 11 Apr 1670 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, DEV, ENG. He died in Oct 1695 at ENG at age 71. He was buried on 22 Oct 1695 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
      Sarah HANDCOCKE was born between 1635 and 1640. She died in May 1669 at ENG. She was buried on 28 May 1669 at ENG. She was also known as Sarah Hancock.
      Known children of Francis Glanville and Sarah Handcocke all born at Launceston, CON, ENG, were as follows:
          26.     i.     Francis GLANVILLE was born on 21 May 1661. He died in Mar 1697 at Launceston, CON, ENG, at age 35. He was buried on 7 Mar 1697 at CON, ENG.
          27.     ii.     John GLANVILLE was born in 1662. He died in 1676 at ENG.
          28.     iii.     Richard GLANVILLE was born in 1662.
          29.     iv.     Nicholas GLANVILLE was born in 1665. He died in 1676 at ENG.
          30.     v.     Sarah GLANVILLE was born in 1666. She died in 1667 at ENG.
          31.     vi.     Grace GLANVILLE was born in 1668. She died in 1689 at ENG.
      Jane HICKS was born before 1650. She died in Dec 1697 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was buried on 26 Dec 1697 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
      Known children of Francis Glanville and Jane Hicks all born at Launceston, CON, ENG, were as follows:
          32.     i.     Mary GLANVILLE was born on 20 Aug 1671.
          33.     ii.     Elizabeth GLANVILLE was born between 9 Nov 1673 and 1673.
          34.     iii.     William GLANVILLE was born in 1676. He died in 1676 at Launceston, CON, ENG.
     
      24. Oliver GLANVILLE was born on 8 May 1636 at ENG. He married Bridget May on 20 Feb 1660 at Lawhitton, CON, ENG.
      Bridget MAY was born before 1640 at ENG.
      Known children of Oliver Glanville and Bridget May all born at ENG were as follows:
          35.     i.     Grace GLANVILLE was born on 19 Jan 1661.
          36.     ii.     Mary GLANVILLE was born on 9 Jan 1666.
          37.     iii.     Elizabeth GLANVILLE was born in 1669. She died in 1669 at ENG.

Family 1

Christiana Estcotte b. 1556, d. May 1588

Family 2

Mary Skerret b. b 1569
Children

Elizabeth Broken

Female, ID #2263, b. before 1599, d. October 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Broken was born before 1599. She married Oliver Glanville, son of John Glanville and Mary Skerret, before 1618; Elizabeth being the sister of Charles Broken who married Oliver's sister Susan. Elizabeth Broken died in October 1658 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was buried on 5 October 1658 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; in the Chancel, named Mrs Elizabeth Glanvile. Her estate was probated on 20 November 1658 This will was proved at London the twentieth
day of Novermber one thousand six hundred ffiftie and eight before the
judges for probate of wills and granting administrations lawfully authorised
by the oath of ffrancis Glanvill the sonne sole executor named in the said will
to whom was commited administratoin of all and singular ye goods chattels
and debts of the said deceased he being by commission first sworn duly
to adminster the same.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. In 1642 a Chancery case was heard on a claim against the estate of the late Oliver, in which Elizabeth was named his Executrix.
Elizabeth Broken left a will on 25 August 1658; The five and twentieth daie of August Ano
Dm one thousand six hundred ffiftie and eight.
In the name of God Amen I Elizabeth
Glanvill of Launceston in the counntie of Cornwall widow being sick
of bodie but sound and perfect of memory thanks be given to Almighty
God declare and make voyd all former will and doe make and ordaine
this my last will and testatament in manner and forme following: ffirst I
soe commit my Soule unto Allmighty God my Saviour and Redeemer
And by body to christian buriall
Item I bequeath to my son Arthur seventy six pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence
Item I give to my son Oliver seventy six pounds thirteen shillings and fourpence
Item I give to my daughter Anna Glanvill ten pounds
Item I give to my daughter Sara Glanvill in lieu of her fathers portion of twenty marks and of ber brother Christophers
legacy of seven pounds the dwelling house and *** and garden
and timber the *** with the *** which my son Christopher gave
to me by his last will and settlement to my daughter Sarah and her heirs forever
Item I give to my daughter Alice Jenkin twenty shillings
Item I give to my daughter Elizabeth Roberts twenty shillings
Item I give to my daughter Catherins Whichals twenty shillings
Item I give to my grandchild Christopher Marks five pounds No *** that
*** *** legacies aforesaid given to be paid within two yeares *** after
my decease
All the rest of my goods and estates I doe hereby give
to my son ffrancis Glanvill whom I appoint and ordayne to be my
whole and sole executor of this my last will and testament
Also I doe desire and appoint Robert Jenkin of lanceston my son in law and
Thomas ffary Snr of St Thomas parish by Lamerton in Devon
*** of dozmeall (?) to be *** of this my last will and testatment
and to be ayding and assisting to my executor to see this my will performed
Item I give to the Sir Thomas ffary and Robert Jenkins
thirty shillings to each to buy a ring to wear fo rmy sake In
witnes whereof I have hertunto set my hand and seal & published
the same the daie and yeare first above sowritte August ye twentie fifth
one thousand six hundre ffiftie eight. The signe of Elizabeth Glanville
Signed sealed published and declared in the presence of us John Grarny
Robert Exennyd.

Family

Oliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
Children

Oliver Glanville

Male, ID #2264, b. before 8 May 1636
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Oliver Glanville was born before 8 May 1636 at St Columb, CON, ENG. He was baptized on 8 May 1636 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date. He married Bridget May on 20 February 1660 at Lawhitton, CON, ENG; Oliver, the sonn of Oliver Glanvile of Launceston deceased gent and Bridget the daughter of Joseph May of St Austell Cleark deceased were marr. Feby 20th.

Family

Bridget May b. b 1640
Children

Bridget May

Female, ID #2265, b. before 1640

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Bridget May was born before 1640 at ENG. She married Oliver Glanville, son of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken, on 20 February 1660 at Lawhitton, CON, ENG; Oliver, the sonn of Oliver Glanvile of Launceston deceased gent and Bridget the daughter of Joseph May of St Austell Cleark deceased were marr. Feby 20th.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Oliver Glanville b. b 8 May 1636
Children

Grace Glanville

Female, ID #2266, b. before 19 January 1661
FatherOliver Glanville b. b 8 May 1636
MotherBridget May b. b 1640

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Grace Glanville was born before 19 January 1661 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 19 January 1661 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG.

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2267, b. before 9 January 1666
FatherOliver Glanville b. b 8 May 1636
MotherBridget May b. b 1640

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 9 January 1666 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 9 January 1666 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date.

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #2268, b. before 10 October 1669, d. March 1669
FatherOliver Glanville b. b 8 May 1636
MotherBridget May b. b 1640

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born before 10 October 1669 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 10 October 1669 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; Father named Olliver Glanvill.
Also reported St Columb same date. She died in March 1669 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was buried on 7 March 1669 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; named a daughter of Oliver.

Thomas Glanville

Male, ID #2269, b. before 9 March 1634, d. before 1640
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Glanville was born before 9 March 1634 at Launceston, CON, ENG. He was baptized on 9 March 1634 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG. He died before 1640; presumed, as not named in his father's will.

Christopher Glanville

Male, ID #2270, b. before 21 October 1627, d. before 1640
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Christopher Glanville was born before 21 October 1627 at St Columb, CON, ENG. He was baptized on 21 October 1627 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date. He died before 1640; not named in his father's will.

Arthur Glanville

Male, ID #2271, b. before 3 June 1632, d. after 1682
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Arthur Glanville was born before 3 June 1632 at St Columb, CON, ENG. He was baptized on 3 June 1632 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date. He died after 1682.

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2272, b. before 2 March 1619
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born before 2 March 1619 at Launceston, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 2 March 1619 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG. She married Thomas Cocke on 6 April 1641 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Cocke.

Family

Thomas Cocke b. b 1621

Thomas Cocke

Male, ID #2273, b. before 1621

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Cocke was born before 1621. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken, on 6 April 1641 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG.

Family

Mary Glanville b. b 2 Mar 1619

Anna Glanville

Female, ID #2274, b. before 3 November 1633
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Anna Glanville was born before 3 November 1633 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 3 November 1633 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date.

Other information

     Anna Glanville was also known as Anne recorded at baptism. She was living in 1658; named in both parent's wills.

Sarah Glanville

Female, ID #2275, b. 25 February 1637
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Glanville was born on 25 February 1637 at ENG. She married Thomas Blight on 14 November 1660 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; Thomas named a Gent.

Other information

     Her married name was Blight.

Family

Thomas Blight b. b 1640

Thomas Blight

Male, ID #2276, b. before 1640

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Blight was born before 1640. He married Sarah Glanville, daughter of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken, on 14 November 1660 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; Thomas named a Gent.

Other information

     Thomas Blight was also known as Bligh.

Family

Sarah Glanville b. 25 Feb 1637

Alice Glanville

Female, ID #2277, b. before 17 November 1622
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alice Glanville was born before 17 November 1622 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 17 November 1622 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG; also reported St Columb same date. She married George Bekkett on 1 October 1647 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG. Alice Glanville married Robert Jenkin before 1658; Robert being of St Thomas by Launceston.

Other information

     Her married name was Bekkett. Her married name was Jenkin. Alice Glanville was married 2 times.

Family 1

George Bekkett b. b 1627

Family 2

Robert Jenkin

Robert Jenkin

Male, ID #2278

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robert Jenkin married Alice Glanville, daughter of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken, before 1658; Robert being of St Thomas by Launceston.

Family

Alice Glanville b. b 17 Nov 1622

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #2279, b. before 12 January 1628
FatherOliver Glanville b. 31 Mar 1594, d. Aug 1641
MotherElizabeth Broken b. b 1599, d. Oct 1658

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born before 12 January 1628 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 12 January 1628 at St Columb, CON, ENG. She was baptized on 22 January 1628 at St Mary Magdalene, Launceston, CON, ENG. She married Thomas Roberts on 5 January 1658 at St Mary Magdalen, Launceston, CON, ENG; The 5th day of January were maried by Nicholas Gennis, gent., and Maior of this Towne and also by Mr William Oliver, Minister of this Towne, Thomas Roberts the sonne of Christopher Roberts of the p'ish of Lifton in Devon and Elizabeth Glanvile the daughter of Oliver Glanvile of this Towne gent. desesed. Ther Banes by mee published three severall Lords dayes without contradiction.
Also recorded as 4 Jan 1658 Lifton, Devon.

Other information

     Her married name was Roberts.

Family

Thomas Roberts b. b 1637

Thomas Roberts

Male, ID #2280, b. before 1637

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Thomas Roberts was born before 1637. He married Elizabeth Glanville, daughter of Oliver Glanville and Elizabeth Broken, on 5 January 1658 at St Mary Magdalen, Launceston, CON, ENG; The 5th day of January were maried by Nicholas Gennis, gent., and Maior of this Towne and also by Mr William Oliver, Minister of this Towne, Thomas Roberts the sonne of Christopher Roberts of the p'ish of Lifton in Devon and Elizabeth Glanvile the daughter of Oliver Glanvile of this Towne gent. desesed. Ther Banes by mee published three severall Lords dayes without contradiction.
Also recorded as 4 Jan 1658 Lifton, Devon.

Family

Elizabeth Glanville b. b 12 Jan 1628