George Glanville

Male, ID #2311, b. 28 May 1799, d. 8 April 1866
FatherJohn Glanville b. c Jun 1748, d. Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp b. bt 1766 - 1767, d. 24 Apr 1843

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born on 28 May 1799 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He was baptized on 28 May 1799 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents named John and Jane Glanvile. He married Mary Ann Platt on 2 October 1820 at St Alkmunds, Shrewsbury, SAL, ENG; George Glanvile of this parish and Mary Ann Platt of this parish were married by licence. George Glanville married Elizabeth Jones on 9 March 1828 at St Peter, Chester, CHS, ENG; reported in Chester Courant 11 Mar 1828:
On the 9th instant, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. John Halton, Mr George Glanvile, to Miss Elizabeth Jones, eldest daughter of Mrs Matthews, both of Bridge Street Row, in this city. George Glanville married Ann Higginson on 11 July 1843 at St Bridget's parish church, Chester, CHS, ENG; by licence. He widower of full age, her spinster of full age. Fathers named John Glanville surgeon, Samuel Higginson farmer.
Registered Great Boughton. George Glanville died on 8 April 1866 at Christleton, CHS, ENG, at age 66; recorded age 66. He was buried on 13 April 1866 at Christleton, CHS, ENG; recorded age 66. His estate was probated on 9 October 1866 indexed as:
1866 GLANVILE George late of Christleton, County of Chester, gentleman, who died on 8 April 1866 at Christleton. Will proved at Chester on 9 October by Ann Glanvile of Christleton, widow, the relict, the executrix for life, under £600. His estate was probated on 29 April 1874 indexed as:
1874 GLANVILLE George late of Christleton, County of Chester, gentleman who died on 8 April at Christleton. Will proved at Chester on 29 April by John Ralph Bolland of Chester, confectioner one of the executors substituted. The probate granted at Chester in October 1866 having ceased and expired, under £600.

Other information

     He was believed to have died in infancy, according to Monumental Inscription of Richard Glanville, great-grandfather.
There was an infant child of John Glanville buried 22 Oct 1804 at St Mary's Wedmore.
George Glanville was married 3 times.
As of 26 September 1824, George Glanville and Mary Ann Platt lived at Bridge Street, Chester, CHS, ENG, at baptism of daur Maria. As of 11 July 1843, George Glanville lived at St Oswalds, Chester, CHS, ENG. He left a will on 2 December 1865 naming his wife Anne Glanvile, brothers Robert and James, daughter Maria Broadbent and grandchild Edward Glanville Acton
Proved 9 Oct 1866.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George Glanville was a linen draper, at baptism of daur Sarah on 12 March 1823.
  • He was a linen draper, at baptism of daur Maria on 26 September 1824.
  • He was a linen draper, at baptism of son John on 22 December 1825.
  • He was a linen draper, at baptism of son George on 22 April 1832.
  • He appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Briggate, Leeds, YKS, ENG; recorded age 40.
  • He was a linen draper on 6 June 1841.
  • He was a gentleman on 11 July 1843.
  • He was a proprietor of houses on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Ann Higginson appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Village, Christleton, CHS, ENG; his recorded age 50, hers 40.
  • George Glanville was a houses and land proprietor on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Ann Higginson appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Village, Christleton, CHS, ENG; his recorded age 60, hers 50.

Family 1

Mary Ann Platt b. bt 1789 - 1790, d. Jan 1826
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Jones b. bt 1797 - 1798, d. 26 Jun 1840
Child

Family 3

Ann Higginson b. bt 1810 - 1811, d. c Aug 1868

Jane Glanville

Female, ID #2312, b. 10 July 1797, d. 14 March 1864
FatherJohn Glanville b. c Jun 1748, d. Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp b. bt 1766 - 1767, d. 24 Apr 1843

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Carver.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Glanville was baptized on 10 July 1797 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She was born on 10 July 1797 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She married Joseph Carver on 1 January 1818 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Joseph Carver and Jane Glanvile, by licence. Both of this parish. Witnesses Robert Champeney, Elizabeth Carver. Jane Glanville died on 14 March 1864 at Westbury, SOM, ENG, at age 66. She was buried on 19 March 1864 at Westbury, SOM, ENG.

Family

Joseph Carver b. b 1798

Forester Glanville

Male, ID #2313, b. 24 June 1794, d. August 1799
FatherJohn Glanville b. c Jun 1748, d. Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp b. bt 1766 - 1767, d. 24 Apr 1843

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Forester Glanville was baptized on 24 June 1794 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He was born on 24 June 1794 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He died in August 1799 at ENG at age 5.

Forester Glanville

Male, ID #2314, b. 7 September 1795, d. 29 April 1862
FatherJohn Glanville b. c Jun 1748, d. Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp b. bt 1766 - 1767, d. 24 Apr 1843

Alternate Names

     Forester Glanville was also known as Forest.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Forester Glanville was baptized on 7 September 1795 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He was born on 7 September 1795 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He married Hannah Champeney on 31 March 1817 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Forest Glanvile and Hannah Champeney both of this parish. Witnesses John Hawkins, George Wookey. Forester Glanville died on 29 April 1862 at Westbury, SOM, ENG, at age 66; registered Wells, recorded age 66. He was buried on 3 May 1862 at the parish church, Westbury, SOM, ENG; recorded age 66. His estate was probated on 13 June 1862 indexed as:
1862 GLANVILE Forest late of Westbury, Somerset, yeoman who died on 29 April 1862 at Westbury. Will proved on 13 June at Wells by John Glanvile of Westbury, the son, the sole executor, under £2000.

Other information

     Forester Glanville witnessed the marriage of Maria Clapp Glanville and George Wookey on 31 March 1817 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; George Wookey of West Harptree and Maria Glanvile otherwise Clap, both of this parish, by licence (Wedmore record). Witnesses Jn Hawkins, Forest Glanvile.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Forester Glanville was a yeoman, at baptism of daurs on 9 April 1834.
  • He was a farmer on 6 June 1841.
  • He and Hannah Champeney appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 45, hers 40.
  • Forester Glanville was a farmer of 275 acres employing 4 labourers on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Hannah Champeney appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 55, hers 53.
  • Forester Glanville was a farmer of 200 acres on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Hannah Champeney appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 65, hers 63.

Family

Hannah Champeney b. bt 1797 - 1798, d. 17 Apr 1873
Children

Hannah Champeney

Female, ID #2315, b. between 1797 and 1798, d. 17 April 1873

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Hannah Champeney was born between 1797 and 1798 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She married Forester Glanville, son of John Glanville and Jane Clapp, on 31 March 1817 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Forest Glanvile and Hannah Champeney both of this parish. Witnesses John Hawkins, George Wookey. Hannah Champeney died on 17 April 1873 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; recorded age 75, registered Wells. She was buried on 22 April 1873 at the parish church, Westbury, SOM, ENG; recorded age 75. Her estate was probated on 22 May 1873 indexed as:
1873 GLANVILE Hannah late of Westbury, Somerset, widow who died on 17 April 1873 at Westbury. Will proved at Wells on 22 May by Jane Glanvile of Westbury, spinster, the daughter, the sole executrix, under £200.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Hannah Champeney and Forester Glanville appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 45, hers 40.
  • Hannah Champeney and Forester Glanville appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 55, hers 53.
  • Hannah Champeney and Forester Glanville appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 65, hers 63.
  • Hannah Champeney appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; recorded age 72, widow.
  • She was recorded with occupation "no business" on 2 April 1871.

Family

Forester Glanville b. 7 Sep 1795, d. 29 Apr 1862
Children

William Glanville

Male, ID #2316, b. 2 August 1804, d. July 1843
FatherJohn Glanville b. c Jun 1748, d. Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp b. bt 1766 - 1767, d. 24 Apr 1843

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was baptized on 2 August 1804 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents named John and Jane Glanvile. He was born on 2 August 1804 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He married Maria Tucker on 4 January 1827 at the parish church, Westbury, SOM, ENG; William Glanvile of Mark and Maria Tucker of this parish, by licence with consent of George Tucker. Witness H Allen House. William Glanville died in July 1843 at Westbury, SOM, ENG, at age 38; registered Wells, recorded age 38. He was buried on 27 July 1843 at the parish church, Westbury, SOM, ENG; recorded age 38.

Other information

     As of 18 November 1829, William Glanville and Maria Tucker lived at Bleadon, SOM, ENG. As of 9 January 1831, William Glanville and Maria Tucker lived at Westbury, SOM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William Glanville was a farmer, at baptism of daughter Ann on 18 November 1829.
  • He was a farmer, at baptism of daughter Mary on 9 January 1831.
  • He was a farmer on 6 June 1841.
  • He and Maria Tucker appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Westbury, SOM, ENG; both with recorded age 35.

Family

Maria Tucker b. bt 1805 - 1806
Children

Annie Hawkins

Female, ID #2317, b. 1783, d. 3 May 1811

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanvile.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Annie Hawkins was born in 1783 at SOM, ENG. She married John Glanvile M.R.C.S., son of John Glanville and Grace Barrow, on 10 October 1808 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; John Glanvile Junr and Ann Hawkins, both of this parish. Married by licence. Annie Hawkins died on 3 May 1811 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; reported in Taunton Courier and Western Advertiser 30 May 1811:
On the 17th May, truly lamented by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance, in the 28th year of her age, Mrs Glanvile, wife of Mr. Glanvile, surgeon, of Wedmore. She was buried in May 1811 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Here sleep in death the mortal remains of Ann the wife of John Glanvile jun. of this parish surgeon, who quitted this transitory life for a superior existence on May 3. 1811, aged 28 years. This memorial is inscribed by her afflicted husband to the memory of the best of wives. Here also lie two of their children, John and Richard Glanvile, who died in their infancy.
     A wall monument in the church at Wedmore reads:
In memory of Ann wife of John Glanvile surgeon of this place, who died May 3, 1811, aged 28 years, and their twin sons, Richard and John, who died in their infancy.
Also of Elizabeth the second wife of the above named John Glanvile and eldest daughter of the late John Barrow Esq. who died June 8, 1844, in the 63rd year of her age.
Also to the memory of the above named John Glanvile of this parish, surgeon, who died May 20, 1855 in the 73rd year of his age.
Also to the memory of Charlotte Maria Salmon, eldest daughter of W. S. and Charlotte Maria Glanvile and grand daughter of the late John Barrow Esq., died April 6, 1879, aged 29.
Weep not, she is not dead but sleepeth. - Luke viii. 52.

Family

John Glanvile M.R.C.S. b. 4 Dec 1782, d. 20 May 1855
Children

William Shartman Glanvile

Male, ID #2318, b. 19 August 1809, d. 3 May 1887
FatherJohn Glanvile M.R.C.S. b. 4 Dec 1782, d. 20 May 1855
MotherAnnie Hawkins b. 1783, d. 3 May 1811

Alternate Names

     William Shartman Glanvile was also known as Granville as transcribed in 1881 census. William Shartman Glanvile was also known as William Shatman.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Shartman Glanvile was born on 19 August 1809 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He was baptized on 25 October 1809 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents named John and Anne Glanvile. He married Sarah Ann Cook on 5 April 1831 at St Dunstan & All Saints parish church, Stepney, MDX, ENG. William Shartman Glanvile married Charlotte Maria Barrow on 10 October 1844 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. Both of full age. Fathers recorded John Glanvile surgeon, John Barrow county magistrate. William a widower, Charlotte a spinster. William Shartman Glanvile died on 3 May 1887 at Burnham, SOM, ENG, at age 77; recorded age 77, registered Axbridge. He was buried in May 1887 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 77. His estate was probated on 13 September 1887 indexed as:
1887 GLANVILE William Shartman formerly of Wedmore but late of Burnham both in Somerset, gentleman who died on 13 May 1887 at Burnham. Will with two codicils proved at Wells on 13 September by William Shartman Glanvile of Glastonbury, Somerset, clerk and Richard Ranulph Glanvile of 79 Hopton Road, Streatham, Surrey, land agent, the sons, two of the executors, estate £2,961-16-5.

Other information

     William Shartman Glanvile was married 2 times.
The London Gazette listed:
Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore existing, between us Edward Snook and William Shartman Glanvile, of No. 104, Junction Terrace, Edgware Road, Paddington, County of Middlesex, Chemists and Druggists, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. - Dated this 17th day of November 1831.
Edward Snook
William Shartman Glanvile on 18 November 1831.
The London Gazette listed:
Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore existing, between William Shartman Glanvile, Surgeon, and Edward Snook, Chemist and Druggist, of Paddington, in the County of Middlesex, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. - Dated June 30, 1834
William Shartman Glanvile
Edwd. Snook on 8 July 1834.
As of 30 March 1856, William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria Barrow lived at 3 Clifton Gardens, Paddington, MDX, ENG. As of 16 March 1859, William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria Barrow lived at Upper Holloway, Islington, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William Shartman Glanvile was a surgeon on 10 October 1844.
  • He was a surgeon, at baptism of son William on 21 July 1848.
  • He was a surgeon, at baptism of daughter Charlotte on 3 January 1850.
  • He was a general practioner member of royal collage of surgeons london on 30 March 1851.
  • He and Charlotte Maria Barrow appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 41, hers 33.
  • William Shartman Glanvile was a surgeon, at baptism of daughter Elizabeth on 18 May 1851.
  • He was a gentleman on 30 March 1856.
  • He was a gentleman on 16 March 1859.
  • He was a surgeon not practising & landed proprietor on 7 April 1861.
  • He and Charlotte Maria Barrow appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; his age recorded 51, hers 43. Marian Barrow, 18yr niece living with them, clergyman's daughter born Poole, Dorset.
  • William Shartman Glanvile was a retired surgeon M.R.C.S. on 2 April 1871.
  • He and Charlotte Maria Barrow appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Silver Street, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 61, hers 53.
  • William Shartman Glanvile was a doctor, at marriage of daughter Charlotte Maria on 15 April 1871.
  • He and Charlotte Maria Barrow appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at 2 Light House Berrow Rd, Burnham, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 71, hers 63.
  • William Shartman Glanvile was a gentleman - recorded at the marriage of son John in 1891, although deceased by then but not recorded as such on marriage certif.

Family 1

Sarah Ann Cook b. bt 1806 - 1807, d. c Nov 1843

Family 2

Charlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901
Children

Charlotte Maria Barrow

Female, ID #2319, b. between 1817 and 1818, d. 16 August 1901

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanvile.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charlotte Maria Barrow was born between 1817 and 1818 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She married William Shartman Glanvile, son of John Glanvile M.R.C.S. and Annie Hawkins, on 10 October 1844 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. Both of full age. Fathers recorded John Glanvile surgeon, John Barrow county magistrate. William a widower, Charlotte a spinster. Charlotte Maria Barrow died on 16 August 1901 at the Retreat, Burnham, SOM, ENG; recorded age of 84, registered Axbridge. She was buried on 20 August 1901 at St Mary's parish church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 84. Her estate was probated on 26 October 1901 indexed as:
1901 GLANVILE Charlotte Maria of the "Retreat" Burnham, Somerset, widow who died on 16 August 1901. Probate at Wells on 26 October to Richard Ranulph Glanvile, esquire, effects £1913-13-0.

Other information

     As of 30 March 1856, Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile lived at 3 Clifton Gardens, Paddington, MDX, ENG. As of 16 March 1859, Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile lived at Upper Holloway, Islington, MDX, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 41, hers 33.
  • Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; his age recorded 51, hers 43. Marian Barrow, 18yr niece living with them, clergyman's daughter born Poole, Dorset.
  • Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Silver Street, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 61, hers 53.
  • Charlotte Maria Barrow and William Shartman Glanvile appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at 2 Light House Berrow Rd, Burnham, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 71, hers 63.
  • Charlotte Maria Barrow was living on own means on 5 April 1891.
  • She appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Thekelreal, Burnham, SOM, ENG; recorded age 72, widowed.
  • She was living on own means on 31 March 1901.
  • She appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 at Burnham, SOM, ENG; recorded age 83, widow. Granddaughter Agnes G Salmon aged 22 with her.

Family

William Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
Children

Elizabeth Barrow

Female, ID #2320, b. between 1781 and 1782, d. 5 June 1844

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanvile.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Barrow was born between 1781 and 1782. She married John Glanvile M.R.C.S., son of John Glanville and Grace Barrow, on 4 June 1823 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; John Glanvile and Elizabeth Barrow by licence. Both of this parish.
Reported in Oxford University and City Herald 14 Jun 1823:
At Wedmore, John Glanvile, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, to Miss Barrow, daughter of the late J. Barrow, Esq. Elizabeth Barrow died on 5 June 1844 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge, recorded age 62. She was buried on 14 June 1844 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Parish Register records age as 62, abode Wedmore.
Beneath this stone are deposited the mortal remains of Elizabeth wife of John Glanvile who died June 5, 1844, aged 62 years. Also underneath this stone rest the mortal remains of the above named John Glanvile of this parish surgeon. He died May 20, 1855, in the 73rd year of his age.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Elizabeth Barrow and John Glanvile M.R.C.S. appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at In the Borough, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; both with recorded age 55.

Family

John Glanvile M.R.C.S. b. 4 Dec 1782, d. 20 May 1855
Child

Ranulph Glanvile

Male, ID #2321, b. 20 November 1881
FatherRichard Ranulph Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1854, d. 27 Feb 1925
MotherLouisa Ann Walker b. 10 Nov 1851, d. 21 Jan 1942

Alternate Names

     Ranulph Glanvile was also known as Ralph.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ranulph Glanvile was born on 20 November 1881 at Richmond, SRY, ENG; registered Brentford. He was baptized on 18 December 1881 at Holy Trinity church, Twickenham, MDX, ENG. He married Helen Ingersoll Prentice between 1907 and 1908 at Lausanne, Switzerland; as married 3 years in 1911 census. Consular marriage records cover 1906-10.

Other information

     Ranulph Glanvile and Helen Ingersoll Prentice had no children by the 1911 census.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Ranulph Glanvile was a undergraduate on 31 March 1901.
  • He appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 at Bedford, St Paul, BDF, ENG; recorded age 19, name transcribed Ralph.
  • He was living on private means on 2 April 1911.
  • He and Helen Ingersoll Prentice appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at 5 Den Crescent, Teignmouth, DEV, ENG; his age recorded 29, hers 25.

Family

Helen Ingersoll Prentice b. bt 1885 - 1886, d. 1970

John Glanvile M.R.C.S.

Male, ID #2322, b. 7 February 1847, d. 14 October 1895
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanvile M.R.C.S. was born on 7 February 1847 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. He was baptized on 18 June 1847 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria. He married Sarah Salmon on 7 May 1879 at All Saints, Bristol Clifton, GLS, ENG; registered Barton Regis. Announced in The Times newspaper 12 & 13 May 1879 p1 as "On 7th May at All Saints' Clifton, by the Rev W S Glanvile, brother of the bridegroom, John Glanvile, M.R.C.S., eldest son of W S Glanvile of The Retreat, Burnham, Somerset, to Sarah daughter of the late John Salmon, of Easton, near Wells. Trinidad and colonial papers, please copy." John Glanvile M.R.C.S. died on 14 October 1895 at Brislington, SOM, ENG, at age 48. His estate was probated on 21 December 1895 indexed as:
1895 GLANVILE John of Painswick House, Burnham, Somerset, retired surgeon who died on 14 October 1895 at Brislington, Somerset. Probate at Wells on 21 December to Forest Ashfield Glanvile and Richard Ranulph Glanvile, gentleman, effects £152-2-8.

Other information

     He applied (as John Glanville, of the parish of Burnham, a surgeon and a widower) for a licence to marry Eliza Jane Cook of Burnham, a spinster of the age of twenty years and upwards. He stated the consent of Henry Cook, father of Eliza had been obtained.
However, no record of the marriage taking place exists on 10 December 1894.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • John Glanvile M.R.C.S. appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 4, living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; recorded age 14, living with his parents.
  • He was a scholar on 7 April 1861.
  • He was a surgeon on 7 May 1879.
  • He was living on own means on 5 April 1891.
  • He and Sarah Salmon appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Painswick Villa, Burnham, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 44, hers 60.

Family

Sarah Salmon b. bt 1830 - 1831, d. 21 Oct 1894

Sarah Salmon

Female, ID #2323, b. between 1830 and 1831, d. 21 October 1894

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanvile.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sarah Salmon was born between 1830 and 1831 at Easton, SOM, ENG. She married John Glanvile M.R.C.S., son of William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria Barrow, on 7 May 1879 at All Saints, Bristol Clifton, GLS, ENG; registered Barton Regis. Announced in The Times newspaper 12 & 13 May 1879 p1 as "On 7th May at All Saints' Clifton, by the Rev W S Glanvile, brother of the bridegroom, John Glanvile, M.R.C.S., eldest son of W S Glanvile of The Retreat, Burnham, Somerset, to Sarah daughter of the late John Salmon, of Easton, near Wells. Trinidad and colonial papers, please copy." Sarah Salmon died on 21 October 1894 at Painswick House, Burnham, SOM, ENG. Her estate was probated on 14 November 1894 indexed as:
1894 GLANVILE Sarah of Painswick House, Burnham, Somerset (wife of John Glanvile) who died on 21 October 1894. Probate at London on 14 November to John Salmon Quilter, architect, effects £758-17-11.

Other information

     Sarah had two children, who were both found living as grandchildren to Charlotte Glanville in the 1891 census. They were:
Aggie Salmon, age 12, a scholar, born Berrow Somerset
William Salmon, age 19, a sailors apprentice, born United States America.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Sarah Salmon and John Glanvile M.R.C.S. appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Painswick Villa, Burnham, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 44, hers 60.

Family

John Glanvile M.R.C.S. b. 7 Feb 1847, d. 14 Oct 1895

Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A.

Male, ID #2324, b. 12 March 1848, d. circa May 1900
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A. was born on 12 March 1848 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. He was baptized on 21 July 1848 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents name William Shartman Glanville and Charlotte Maria. He married Mary Eliza Castle on 11 June 1885 at St Andrew's Parish Church, Banwell, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. Announced in The Times p1 19 Jun 1885 "On the 11th June, at St Andrew's Church, Banwell, by the Rev W H Turner, the Rev W S Glanvile, Curate of Thornbury, Gloucester, and second son of W S Glanvile Esq., Retreat, Burnham, late of Elmsett Hall, Wedmore, to Mary Eliza, eldest daughter of T Castle Esq., of Banwell House, Banwell, Somerset"
Banns read Burham on Sea William Shartman Glanville of this parish, Mary Eliza Castle of Banwell.
Both their ages recorded "Abors", fathers named William Shartman Glanvile gentleman, Thomas Castle brewer. Witnesses Thomas Castle, Mildred Jane Castle, Roger J Glanvile. Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A. died circa May 1900 at Penselwood, SOM, ENG; with a recorded age of 52, registered Wincanton. He was buried on 31 May 1900 at Penselwood, SOM, ENG; recorded age 52, named Rector. His estate was probated on 14 July 1900 indexed as:
1900 GLANVILE William Shartman of Penselwood Rectory, Penselwood, Somerset, clerk who died on 27 May 1900. Probate at Wells on 14 July to Richard Ranulph Glanvile and Roger John Glanvile, esquires, effects £3013-8-8.

Other information

     As of 11 July 1885, Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A. lived at Burnham on Sea, SOM, ENG. As of 1889, Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A. lived at The Gables, Uphill, Weston Super Mare, SOM, ENG. He appeared in List Of The Clergy:
Glanvile, Wm. Shartman, M.A. Wadh. Coll. Ox; d 1871, p 1872 (Worc.); Cur. of Lower Mitton, Worcs. 1871-5; Basing, Hants. 1875-82; Benhilton, Surry, 1883-5; Thornbury, Gloucs. 1885-6; St. John, Glastonbury, Som. 1886-8; Uphill, Som. 188-90; Cranmore, Some. from 1891; Cranmore, Shepton Mallet, Som. in 1897.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Rev William Shartman Glanvile M.A. appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 3, living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; recorded age 13, living with his parents.
  • He was a scholar on 7 April 1861.
  • He appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at 29 High Street, St Cuthbert in Wells, SOM, ENG; recorded age 23, lodging with Alburnia Maynard.
  • He was a student in thelogy BA on 2 April 1871.
  • He was a clerk in holy orders on 11 July 1885.
  • He was curate of St John's Glastonbury, when performed the marriage of his brother Forest on 12 April 1888.
  • He was a clerk in holy orders on 5 April 1891.
  • He and Mary Eliza Castle appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Banwell House, Banwell, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 43, hers 40. Living as son-in-law and daur to Thomas and Emma Castle.

Family

Mary Eliza Castle b. bt 1850 - 1851, d. 2 Feb 1925

Forest Ashfield Glanvile

Male, ID #2325, b. 11 December 1855, d. 2 June 1898
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Forest Ashfield Glanvile was born on 11 December 1855 at Clifton Gardens, London, MDX, ENG; Paddington recorded in 1861 census. Registered Kensington q1 1856. He was baptized on 30 March 1856 at Holy Trinity church, Paddington, MDX, ENG. He married Annie Dowling on 12 April 1888 at St Andrews Church, Burnham on Sea, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. Married by W.S. Glanvile curate of St John's Glastonbury. His age recorded 31, hers 23. Fathers named William Shartman Glanvile gentleman, George Dowling dealer. Witnesses Cornelius George Palman, Roger John Glanvile. Forest Ashfield Glanvile died on 2 June 1898 at Rose Cottage, Puritan, SOM, ENG, at age 42; registered Bridgwater, with a recorded age of 44. His estate was probated on 23 November 1898 indexed as:
1898 GLANVILE Forest Ashfield of Rose Cottage, Puritan, Somerset, gentleman who died on 2 June 1898. Probate at Taunton on 23 November to Annie Glanvile, widow and Roger John Glanvile, gentleman, effects £2081-13-1.

Other information

     As of 12 April 1888, Forest Ashfield Glanvile lived at Burnham on Sea, SOM, ENG. He and Annie Dowling had 5 children by the 1911 census, all still living at that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Forest Ashfield Glanvile appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; recorded age 5, living with his parents.
  • He was a scholar on 7 April 1861.
  • He was a boarding scholar on 2 April 1871.
  • He appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Beach College, Weston Super Mare, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 15, a pupil.
  • He appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at 2 Light House Berrow Rd, Burnham, SOM, ENG; recorded age 28, living with his parents.
  • He was a brewer on 3 April 1881.
  • He was a gentleman on 12 April 1888.
  • He was living on his own means on 5 April 1891.
  • He and Annie Dowling appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at 8 Laurel Terrace, Taunton St James, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 35, hers 26.
  • Forest Ashfield Glanvile was recorded with occupation None at baptism of son Forest on 10 August 1893.

Family

Annie Dowling b. bt 1864 - 1865, d. 29 Jan 1933
Children

Roger John Glanvile

Male, ID #2326, b. 7 May 1858, d. 24 November 1912
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Roger John Glanvile was born on 7 May 1858 at Upper Holloway, London, MDX, ENG; registered Islington. He was baptized on 16 March 1859 at St John the Evangelist church, Upper Holloway, Islington, MDX, ENG. He married Mabel Dicks on 28 July 1900 at the parish church, Ashill, SOM, ENG; registered Chard. His age recorded 42, hers 25. Father named William Shartman Glanvile deceased, Thomas Henry Dicks mechanical engineer. Witnesses were all surnamed Dicks. Roger John Glanvile died on 24 November 1912 at Berrow, SOM, ENG, at age 54; recorded age 54, registered Axbridge. His estate was probated on 23 December 1912 indexed:
1912 GLANVILE Roger John of Berrow, Somerset, gentleman who died on 24 November 1912. Probate at Wells on 23 December to Mabel Glanvile, widow, effects £1664-6-5.

Other information

     Roger John Glanvile witnessed the marriage of Forest Ashfield Glanvile and Annie Dowling on 12 April 1888 at St Andrews Church, Burnham on Sea, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. Married by W.S. Glanvile curate of St John's Glastonbury. His age recorded 31, hers 23. Fathers named William Shartman Glanvile gentleman, George Dowling dealer. Witnesses Cornelius George Palman, Roger John Glanvile. As of 28 July 1900, Roger John Glanvile lived at Berrow, SOM, ENG. He and Mabel Dicks had 1 child by the 1911 census, still living at that date.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Roger John Glanvile appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; recorded age 2, living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Clifton Gardens, Weston Super Mare, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 12, a pupil.
  • He was a boarding scholar on 2 April 1871.
  • He was living on own means on 5 April 1891.
  • He appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Thekelreal, Burnham, SOM, ENG; recorded age 32, living with his widowed mother.
  • He was a mechanical engineer on 28 July 1900.
  • He was living on own means on 31 March 1901.
  • He and Mabel Dicks appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 at 1 Berrow Park, Berrow, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 42, hers 26.
  • Roger John Glanvile appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at Elmsett, Berrow, SOM, ENG; recorded age 52, married but wife not present. W. J. Birkett (male aged 49) living with him as Friend.
  • He was a mechanical engineer on 2 April 1911.

Family

Mabel Dicks b. 17 Nov 1874, d. 23 May 1953
Child

Charlotte Maria Glanville

Female, ID #2327, b. 10 December 1849, d. 6 April 1879
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Salmon.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charlotte Maria Glanville was born on 10 December 1849 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. She was baptized on 1 January 1850 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria. Some transcriptions name her Charlotte Emma with parents William Shartman Glanville and Charlotte Louisa. She married George William Salmon on 15 April 1871 at the parish church, Wookey, SOM, ENG; registered Wells. His age recorded 28, hers 21. Fathers named William Salmon Doctor, William Shartman Glanvile doctor. Married by licence applied for on 13th April 1871 listing him a wine merchant. Charlotte Maria Glanville died on 6 April 1879 at Axbridge registered, SOM, ENG, at age 29; recorded age 29.

Other information

     As of 15 April 1871, Charlotte Maria Glanville lived at Wedmore, SOM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Charlotte Maria Glanville appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 1, living with her parents.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Islington, MDX, ENG; recorded age 11, living with her parents.
  • She was a scholar on 7 April 1861.
  • She appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 at Silver Street, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; recorded age 21, living with her parents.

Family

George William Salmon b. bt 1842 - 1843
Child

George William Salmon

Male, ID #2328, b. between 1842 and 1843

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George William Salmon was born between 1842 and 1843. He married Charlotte Maria Glanville, daughter of William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria Barrow, on 15 April 1871 at the parish church, Wookey, SOM, ENG; registered Wells. His age recorded 28, hers 21. Fathers named William Salmon Doctor, William Shartman Glanvile doctor. Married by licence applied for on 13th April 1871 listing him a wine merchant.

Other information

     As of 15 April 1871, George William Salmon lived at Wookey, SOM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George William Salmon was a wine merchant on 15 April 1871.

Family

Charlotte Maria Glanville b. 10 Dec 1849, d. 6 Apr 1879
Child

Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile

Female, ID #2329, b. 26 April 1851
FatherWilliam Shartman Glanvile b. 19 Aug 1809, d. 3 May 1887
MotherCharlotte Maria Barrow b. bt 1817 - 1818, d. 16 Aug 1901

Alternate Names

     Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile was also known as Eliza Barrow recorded at marriage. Her married name was Millard.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile was born on 26 April 1851 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; registered Axbridge. She was baptized on 18 May 1851 at the parish church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; parents William Shartman Glanville and Charlotte Maria. She married George William Millard on 4 August 1870 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 26, hers 19. Fathers named Pate George Millard solicitor, William Shartman Glanvile gentleman. Witnesses William Shartman Glanvile, C M Glanvile, etc.

Other information

     As of 4 August 1870, Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile lived at Wedmore, SOM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile was a scholar on 7 April 1861.
  • She appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 at Wedmore House, Axbridge registered, SOM, ENG; recorded age 9, living with her parents.
  • She was a lady on 4 August 1870.
  • She and George William Millard appeared on the census of 3 April 1881; recorded as:
    G.W.Millard Boarder Retired Solicitor aged 36 born England
    E.B.Millard Boarder female 29 born England
    Effie Millard daughter 7 born England scholar
    Millicent Millard daughter 6 born England scholar
    RG11 5624/44
    Residing in the Lodging House of Susan Roberts at 29 Gategny Esp., St. Peter-Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
  • Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile and George William Millard appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at 43 Springfield Road, Preston, Brighton, SSX, ENG; recorded as:
    RG12/821
    Elizabeth B Millard 39 born Wedmore
    George Wm Millard 47 Retired Solicitor born Axbridge
    Millicent 16 scholar born Harold Wood, Essex
    Herbert William 9 born Gorey Jersey
    Emily Carder Domestic servant born Gorey Jersey.

Family

George William Millard b. bt 1844 - 1845

George William Millard

Male, ID #2330, b. between 1844 and 1845

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George William Millard was born between 1844 and 1845 at ENG. He married Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile, daughter of William Shartman Glanvile and Charlotte Maria Barrow, on 4 August 1870 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG; his age recorded 26, hers 19. Fathers named Pate George Millard solicitor, William Shartman Glanvile gentleman. Witnesses William Shartman Glanvile, C M Glanvile, etc.

Other information

     As of 4 August 1870, George William Millard lived at Axbridge, SOM, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George William Millard was a solicitor, recorded on marriage licence in 1870.
  • He was a solicitor on 4 August 1870.
  • He and Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile appeared on the census of 3 April 1881; recorded as:
    G.W.Millard Boarder Retired Solicitor aged 36 born England
    E.B.Millard Boarder female 29 born England
    Effie Millard daughter 7 born England scholar
    Millicent Millard daughter 6 born England scholar
    RG11 5624/44
    Residing in the Lodging House of Susan Roberts at 29 Gategny Esp., St. Peter-Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
  • George William Millard and Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at 43 Springfield Road, Preston, Brighton, SSX, ENG; recorded as:
    RG12/821
    Elizabeth B Millard 39 born Wedmore
    George Wm Millard 47 Retired Solicitor born Axbridge
    Millicent 16 scholar born Harold Wood, Essex
    Herbert William 9 born Gorey Jersey
    Emily Carder Domestic servant born Gorey Jersey.

Family

Elizabeth Barrow Glanvile b. 26 Apr 1851

Richard Glanville M.D.

Male, ID #2331, b. before 15 October 1684, d. October 1728
FatherRichard Glanville b. 1664
MotherEleanor Goodricke b. 1654, d. Mar 1709

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Richard Glanville M.D. was born before 15 October 1684 at London, MDX, ENG; some sources list St Giles, Somerset, 10 Feb 1687. He was baptized on 15 October 1684 at St Ann and St Agnes, London City, LND, ENG; Richard ye son of Richard & Eleanor Glanvill was Xtis'd.
Note a Richard Glanville and Eleanor Hill married in London in 1676 and had children there until 1692. He married Margaret (Surname Unknown) before 1713 at ENG. Richard Glanville M.D. died in October 1728 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. He was buried on 21 October 1728 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; Here lieth the body of Mr. Richard Glanvile, M.D., who was buried Oct. 21, 1728, aged 40 years. Also John his son was here buried June 14, 1723, aged 1 year. Also Margaret his wife was here buried July 9, 1735, aged 46 years. Also Richard Glanvile surgeon, son of the above Richard and Margaret, and Jane his wife. He died Jan. 20, 1799, aged 82; she died Feb. 22, 1791, aged 74 years. Also John Glanvile gent., son of ye above Richard and Jane Glanvile, who died June 19, 1812, aged 64 years. Also William and Jane, son and daughter of John and Grace Glanvile; Jane died June 6, 1796, aged 19; William died March 3,1802, aged 31 years. Also here lieth the body of Grace the wife of John Glanvile, who departed this life Jan. 12, 1787, aged 41 years. And also two of their children who died in their infancy. Also six children of the above John Glanvile by Jane his 2nd wife who died in their infancy. Also of Jane Glanvile 2nd wife of the above John Glanvile, who died April 24, 1843, aged 76 years.

Other information

     He wrote to his uncle William in Antigua in1702 exchanging the following letters:
DEAR UNCLE, 1702.
The happy opportunity which now presents itself is with the greatest joy imaginable embraced since it empowers me to discharge in some part the indispensible duty to you which ought long since to have been performed, but the want of opportunity, the knowledge of what part of the world, the peculiar place where you reside, the unhappy proceedings and unnatural transactions of a nefarious and barbarous father will I hope plead my excuse dear Sir I am sorry to render you such a dismal, such an abhorred account of the unaccountable and most intricate designs of him who is so near allyed to us both, what horror, what amazement, how strangely surprised will a man who is endued with honesty religion piety and virtue behold how maliciously bent he was to ruin his own offspring, how cautious, how circumspect and undermining to rivet me and complete my destruction certainly, - such barbarity as this must needs draw the odium of all good people upon him, but now give me leave dr Uncle to demonstrate to the uncouth proceedings in some measure of an unnatural father for was I to enumerate all the circumstances t'would require some reams of paper and swell to a prodigious bulk to proceed regular and touch upon the most material points since the honor and happiness I had to see you presently after my mother sent me to school in Flanders where I continued five years which being expired I was recalled and dearly caress't by my mother and she finding me grown a good sturdy lad fit for business put me out prentice to a very ingenious man one Mr Pontifex an apothecary of the Royal Society where I was a quarter of a year until my unkind insinuating father with magnificent promises inveigled and cajoled me into a compliance to leave the best of mothers to go with him the worst of fathers; no sooner had he gained his point but he immediately hurried me to my dear Grandmother who received me with a great deal of affection but at the same time seemed very much to doubt his to me - she also acquainted me with a great deal of remorse that my father had taken another woman by whom he had an illegitimate boy, and he had often with all his influence of retorick endeavoured to persuade her to have seen this courteous woman and hopeful youth but the aversion my dear Grandmother had to the fact would never allow this. When I had stayed some little time there he had got all things ready for me to go into the Country which was to a place called Southwell, but hardly had I arrived but he immediately caused me to be placed with a man by the name of Richard Ricard, I found his name at the juncture of time was Gideon, in other places he had taken the name of Sommersam, at others Ofton, these made me first stop in order to penetrate his unexemplary stratagems. After he got me into his power he seemed not a little satisfied and both he and she for the space of three months or thereabouts caress'd me with highest compliments and the most endearing words that invention could rack or tongue express, but alas! my green years little thought he was then acting the part of butcher who first tickles his ox then slaughters him, the three months partly being expired he turns the reverse of what he was before for no manner of reason that I can the least think of unless to confirm the general saying that extremities never last long, he then to aggravate the matter sends me four or five affidavits which were sworn against my mother which I received accordingly and then returned them again, within a very little time after I had returned them he demanded them again, so treacherous was his memory or rather so maliciously was he bent, and when I had told him I had delivered them to him he fell into a violent passion cursing and swearing to the height of madness, then t'was that hypocrisy shewed itself barefaced, nothing would serve his turn but that I had sent them to my mother, which sort of usage made me reflect what I had done and said was to no purpose, so what was done in haste to repent at leisure, as for making my case known to my friends t'was impossible for pen ink and paper were not allowed, the post was bribed nothing but spies to speak to, and no money in my pocket - thus I continued there until he removed to Micham four miles from London the thoughts of which inspired me with new hope and vigour presuming the happy opportunity of finding a reformation, but instead of that nothing but insinuations of what my mother and master would do if they could catch me how malicious and inveterate they were against me, wherefore upon this seeming plausibility he immediately lest I might discover by delay it was nothing but his crafty design sends me down to Stamford in Lincolnshire to one Mr Clough a parson who not having notice pretended he had no convenience but would have with one Mr Booth a writing master who lived at Peterborough many miles distant from that place which it was with much ado I found, the money not being quarterly but as it might &c. . . . . . . . . . . . a specimen of his barbarity they both sends me to Mr Clough . . . . . . My Grandmother had enquired where her grandson was for that my father had told her he had placed me at Whitby in Lincolnshire where I was, this gave Mr Clough a strange light for he was altogether a stranger to the unhappy proceedings of my father, for you must know Mr Clough married this woman that now is with my father, this strangely surprised them to think this woman should turn whore after having had several Children whom they have tricked or destroyed and ruined as well as myself with barbarous and damnable usage, so Mr Clough understanding the matter of fact having an opportunity he sends me down to him to Watesfield in Suffolk near St. Edmonds Bury, no sooner did he see me but he falls a cursing and swearing most abominably at the Gentleman, so the next morning he gets a horse and orders me so when we were mounted he tells me I shall go with him to Wisbeach in the County of Ely where he boards me with a sorry Barber even a place that was scandalous where I remained a year or thereabouts, in which time my dear Grandmother paid her tribute to nature of which I was not acquainted till three quarters of a year afterwards for he would never let me know where she was neither would he let her know where I was let he should be detected in his villany no sooner was she dead but he began to consult all his tools and accomplices the lawyers by what means or method he should take to dock the entail they I presume after a long debate counselled him to sue a Fine and Recovery, so when he had got all his tools about him he sends for me up to London in order to execute his design so as soon as I was arrived he embraced me with a great deal of affection, which something surprised me, but took a great deal of care that I should be never out of his company unless t'was when he committed to one Street an Attorney who was to instruct me in the matter and persuade and soothe me into my destruction, and truly my father was so very generous as to give a suit of clothes which was the only suit he ever gave me and then promised me what mighty matters he would do the next moment if I would not I should starve, in flat terms he would either sel me murder me or anything so that he might get shut of me, so to make short of the story what by his bullying and what by inveighing he cajoled my easy lawyer although with a great deal of reluctance into a compliance, no sooner was it done but I might go hang myself, so out of his great generosity he gave me one hundred pounds to go seek my fortune with a slender promise of something after. Now I leave it to you clear Uncle to judge if it is not in my situation the hardest fate imaginable when I quitted my rights my . . . . who since is dead and has not left me anything and hereafter I might not be alive to serve him who so treacherously inveigled me, so as to be a flaw in his law which is he never made me a consideration payment by which it could not be done by reason he had told my nurse and some of the tenants I had been dead sixteen years and they have taken as free tenures and not coppy, which by law and his proceedings is all forfefted for ti's the highest folly in the world to sue a Fine and Recovery without first passing a Sur consc. in the Court. I must needs confess that I should be very willing to call him to account was I able but not being in a capacity to stand a law suit neither can with safety swear that I am not worth five pounds by virtue of which I might sue him in forma pauperis, but some way I will certainly find out to call him to an account for his deceptive doings wherefore I desire you will give me an account how to proceed before he sells it and then shifts off, this is dear Sir all at present hoping all your family enjoys a good share of health, with the tender of my duty to you and your good lady from your unhappy nephew, RICHARD GLANVILE.

Antigua, May 7th 1703.
MY DEARE NEVW,
Your lett, r of the 20th Decr came to my hand the 3d instant, and since you are inclyning in some measure to depend upon me for my advice, doe thinke my self obliged to give itt you faithfully, my great distance from you not allowing me to doe any thing els for the present, - I have been under a great concern for the difference that happened between yor father and mother and what added to itt, That their children should be the greatest sharers in that misfortune and fall a sacrifice to their resentments. My living in these remote parts of the world and having left England upwards of 26 years, excepting 3 months (I was there 13 years ago) and then, not seeing your father, I never came to the knowledge of what occasioned the wideness of ye breech, but what ever itt was, I find by yr lettr that the Children are the greatest sufferers, their revenge (if I may so properly call it) fall only upon them. You tell me that yor brother Ashfield has been at law with Sir Henry Goodrich ever since the death of yor mother (I take him to be yor half brother, and not the son of my brother), and that he and Sir Henry are come to an accommodation, the former consenting in six months yt 855£ should be paid to Sr Henry for yr maintenance, who this Sr Henry Goodrich is I know not, butt I take him to be a person yt my sister, yor mother, put a trust in to do something for you and yor own brother. He and you would have been kind to have let me a little into the nature of the difference and how you have been educated, both yor ages, how taken care off, and where yor brothr lives, and whom he marryed, and what fortune, and whither he suffered the Estate of his fathers Estate to be cutt off, and if he did that he will send me a copy of all the writings relating thereto, and that I may know what his father did for him for that consideration, what Estate he has, his profession, and what be follows, and the amount of the money you mention you intend to putt out on an annuity. It may doe well enough, butt itt requires a faithfull friend to se that the writings are effectually drawn and the annuity well secured (were I att home I should endeavour to putt itt into a good nationall fund, many of them allowing 10 per Cent., and the interest paid every six months).

I accept of yor duty to myself & your aunt kindly,- My son William has been in England these twelve years, has been at Pembroke Hall these three years in Cambridge, is near twenty years of age, his sister is with me named Alice about 14 years old being all my Childring, I intend her home in a small time, and if am able shall see Europe once more butt I expect my nephew writes to me often and yor leftr shall be welcome,- When you write direct yor lettrs for me att Antigua, and putt them under cover to Mr Nathl Carpenter mercht in London. In short I expect an exact accot of yor family for my information and government - my deare Nevw, I affectionately wish you and yor brother prosperity and am
Your true friend & loving Uncle,
W. GLANVILE.
I red both the lettrs and you had best direct yor lett under cover to my son att Pembroke Hall in Cambridge, but dont mention anything that I ordrd you so to doe.

He was named in his mother's will in 1705.

Family

Margaret (Surname Unknown) b. 1688/89, d. Jul 1735
Children

Margaret (Surname Unknown)

Female, ID #2332, b. 1688/89, d. July 1735

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Margaret (Surname Unknown) was born in 1688/89. She married Richard Glanville M.D., son of Richard Glanville and Eleanor Goodricke, before 1713 at ENG. Margaret (Surname Unknown) died in July 1735 at SOM, ENG. She was buried on 9 July 1735 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; the parish register erroneously recording the burial as Margaret wife of William Jeffereys. See her husbands MI for correct information.

Family

Richard Glanville M.D. b. b 15 Oct 1684, d. Oct 1728
Children

John Glanville

Male, ID #2333, b. 1722, d. June 1723
FatherRichard Glanville M.D. b. b 15 Oct 1684, d. Oct 1728
MotherMargaret (Surname Unknown) b. 1688/89, d. Jul 1735

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born in 1722 at Southwell, NTT, ENG. He died in June 1723 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG; also recorded as Southwell, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 14 June 1723 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG.

Richard Glanville

Male, ID #2334, b. 1664
FatherRichard Glanville b. 1640
MotherSarah Gideon b. b 1643, d. b 1734

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Richard Glanville was born in 1664 at SFK, ENG. He married Eleanor Goodricke in November 1685 at Bristol, GLS, ENG; Richard Glanvile and Eleanor Ashfield.

Other information

     A settlement was made...
"Whereas, Richard Glanvile of Tinknam Court (?) (first word nearly obliterated), in the county of Somersett, gentn, hath settled or agreed to settle, convey. . . . on Edward Gorges and Willm Rogers, and their heirs all that ye Manors, Lordships of Elmset, Ofton, Somersham, together with all quit rents and awards of quit rents, wth ye perpetual advowson of the churches of Elmsett and Somersham, in ye county of Suffolk, and all other his manors, advowsons, messuages, lands, and tenements, and hereditaments whatsoever, in the said county of Suffolk, in trust for his wife Eleanor Glanvill, during her natural life, and after her decease in trust for ye heirs male, begotten or to be begotten by him the said Richard Glanvill, on ye body of his said wife, ye sad Eleanor Glanvill; and whereas the said Eleanor Glanvill, in consideration of the Payment of the summe of one thousand one hundred pounds, agreed to be paid by him ye said Rich. Glanvill to Sir William Merrick of Bristol, of a separate maintenance which the said Richd. Glanvill hath agreed shall be quickly had of Edmund, the son of ye said Elianor Glanville, as by a writing published by her the said Eleanor Glanvill, bearing date the four and twentieth day of January, 1692-3, it is more fully declared and expressed, and whereas, in consideration thereof, if she, the said Eleanor Glanvill shall survive him ye said Richd. Glanvill, that ye eldest sonne, or . . . . of him ye said Richd. Glanvill, on her body begotten shall have and enjoy the premises (words nearly obliterated) . .. . . thereof for his better support and maintenance. Be it therefore known unto all men, by these presents, I, the said Eleanor Glanville am willing. . . . . . and declare that after the death, of the said Richd. Glanvill, I ye said Eleanor Granvill will permit the eldest son and heire of the said Richd. Glanvill on my body begotten, to take . . . . . . and enjoy the said rents . . . . and profits of ye premises. In witness thereof I have thereunto set my hand and seal, this foure and twentieth day of Ja'uary, in the fourth year of the reign of our Sovereigns Lord and Lady William and Mary, anno dom. 1692-3." [fn 109] (Signed) "RICHD. GLANVILL."
in 1692.
It is reported "Glanville proved to be a violent husband and by 1698 the marriage had failed. He began desperately trying to lay hands on Eleanor's fortune, circulating stories of her madness and forcing her children to sign affidavits against their mother, but his bid was unsuccessful; Eleanor had shrewdly turned over her properties to trustees while retaining the right to direct her own affairs. Problems with her husband and children seem to have encouraged stories in the local neighbourhood of her insanity, or at least eccentricity."
He was living in 1702 when named in exchange of letters between his son Richard and brother William in Antigua, having had an illegitimate chidl with another woman, and had meeting with his son Richard following his son's return from Flanders.
With Eleanor dying in 1709 (when Richard would only have been aged 45), he may have married again.

Family

Eleanor Goodricke b. 1654, d. Mar 1709
Children

Eleanor Glanville

Female, ID #2335, b. 8 December 1688, d. 24 September 1726
FatherRichard Glanville b. 1664
MotherEleanor Goodricke b. 1654, d. Mar 1709

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Eleanor Glanville was born on 8 December 1688 at Weston, SOM, ENG. She died on 24 September 1726 at age 37.

Other information

     She was named in her mother's will in 1705.

Ellen Glanville

Female, ID #2336, b. 16 July 1714
FatherRichard Glanville M.D. b. b 15 Oct 1684, d. Oct 1728
MotherMargaret (Surname Unknown) b. 1688/89, d. Jul 1735

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ellen Glanville was baptized on 16 June 1714 at Southwell, NTT, ENG; father named Mr Richard Glanvile. She was born on 16 July 1714 at Southwell, NTT, ENG.

Mary Ashfield Glanville

Female, ID #2337, b. 6 October 1715
FatherRichard Glanville M.D. b. b 15 Oct 1684, d. Oct 1728
MotherMargaret (Surname Unknown) b. 1688/89, d. Jul 1735

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Ashfield Glanville was born on 6 October 1715 at Southwell, NTT, ENG.

male Ashfield

Male, ID #2338, b. before 1706

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Ashfield was born before 1706. He married Mary Glanville, daughter of Richard Glanville and Eleanor Goodricke, before 24 September 1726 at ENG.

Family

Mary Glanville b. bt 1685 - 1698

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #2339, b. between 1685 and 1698
FatherRichard Glanville b. 1664
MotherEleanor Goodricke b. 1654, d. Mar 1709

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Ashfield.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born between 1685 and 1698 at SOM, ENG. She married male Ashfield before 24 September 1726 at ENG.

Other information

     She was named in her mother's will but without clarity as to which of her husbands was Mary's father. It may be a record exists of a Mary Ashfield daughter of Eleanor and a presumption was made that she was Mary Ashfield nee Glanville in 1705.

Family

male Ashfield b. b 1706

Richard Glanvile

Male, ID #2340, b. 1809, d. between 1808 and 1811
FatherJohn Glanvile M.R.C.S. b. 4 Dec 1782, d. 20 May 1855
MotherAnnie Hawkins b. 1783, d. 3 May 1811

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Richard Glanvile was born in 1809 at SOM, ENG. He died between 1808 and 1811 at SOM, ENG. He was buried between 1808 and 1811 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG.