Josephine Glanville

Female, #2822, born circa March 1858, died circa May 1939
FatherJohn Henry Glanville born bt 1816 - 1817, died Apr 1880
MotherJane Pearce born bt 1818 - 1820, died May 1899

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Josephine Glanville was born circa March 1858 at Frampton on Severn, GLS, ENG; registered Wheatenhurst q2 1858. She was the daughter of John Henry Glanville and Jane Pearce. Josephine Glanville was baptized on 13 March 1858 at the parish church, Frampton on Severn, GLS, ENG; parents named John Henry Glanville and Jane. She died circa May 1939 at Hendon registered, MDX, ENG; recorded age 81.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 7 April 1861, Upper Street, West End Village, Sutton Valence, KEN, ENG, recorded age 3, living with her parents
  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, Winterbottom Farm, Speen, BRK, ENG, recorded age 12, living with her parents
  • 5 April 1891, 244a Pentonville Road, London Clerkenwell, MDX, ENG, recorded age 32, living with her widowed mother
  • 5 April 1891, a drapers assistant
  • 31 March 1901, 3 Milner Square, London Islington, MDX, ENG, recorded age 37, living as sister to William Glanville
  • 31 March 1901, a drapers assistant
  • 2 April 1911, 16 Norland Road North, Notting Hill, MDX, ENG, recorded age 44, living as sister to widowed Laura Locock
  • 2 April 1911, a drapers assistant

Henry Harris Glanville

Male, #2823, born between 1809 and 1810, died 8 September 1849
FatherJames Glanville born b 1790

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Henry Harris Glanville was born between 1809 and 1810. He was the son of James Glanville. Henry Harris Glanville married Anne Brown on 27 April 1842 at Holy Trinity parish church, Chelsea, MDX, ENG; registered Chelsea. both of full age, after banns. Bachelor and spinster. His father James Glanville grocer, hers Charles Brown bootmaker. Henry Harris Glanville died on 8 September 1849 at Bethnal House, Manchester Street, Bethnal Green, MDX, ENG; registered Bethnal Green, recorded age 37. Cause of death Exhaustion from refusing food. He was buried on 14 September 1849 at St Matthew's parish church, London Bethnal Green, MDX, ENG; recorded age 39.

Other information

     As of 27 April 1842, Henry Harris Glanville lived at Upper Chelsea, Chelsea, MDX, ENG. He was admitted to Bethnal House as a pauper. (Lunacy Patients Admission Registers) on 15 December 1848.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 27 April 1842, a gentleman
  • 20 March 1844, a clerk, at birth of son Henry Edward

Family

Anne Brown born b 1822
Child

Anne Brown

Female, #2824, born before 1822

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Anne Brown was born before 1822. She married Henry Harris Glanville, son of James Glanville, on 27 April 1842 at Holy Trinity parish church, Chelsea, MDX, ENG; registered Chelsea. both of full age, after banns. Bachelor and spinster. His father James Glanville grocer, hers Charles Brown bootmaker.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Henry Harris Glanville born bt 1809 - 1810, died 8 Sep 1849
Child

Henry Edward Glanville

Male, #2825, born 20 March 1844, died 24 July 1892
FatherHenry Harris Glanville born bt 1809 - 1810, died 8 Sep 1849
MotherAnne Brown born b 1822

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Henry Edward Glanville was born on 20 March 1844 at London Shoreditch, MDX, ENG; registered q3 1844 Shoreditch. He was the son of Henry Harris Glanville and Anne Brown. Henry Edward Glanville was baptized on 2 September 1849 at Felpham, SSX, ENG; parents named Henry Harris Glanville and Anne. He died on 24 July 1892 at Hospital, Port Pirie, SA, AUS, at age 48; cause of death : Plumbism. He was buried in July 1892 at Port Pirie, SA, AUS.

Other information

     Henry Edward Glanville immigrated in 1862 to USA.
He immigrated after 1864 to SA, AUS.
Henry Edward Glanville, son of English clerk, Henry Harrap Glanville, and his wife Ann (maiden name Brown) was born on March 20, 1844, at St. Saviour, Shoreditch, in the county of Middlesex, England. By the time of the 1851 census of the United Kingdom, he is shown as a young school boy, residing with his grandparents, Charles and Jane Brown, at the village of Felpham, in Sussex County, England.
In March of 1863 he sailed for America, arriving there in the very midst of the Civil War. On October 6, 1863, he enlisted in the United States Navy, at the Cherrie Street Naval Rendezvous, New York, and was immediately sent aboard the Receiving vessel, the North Carolina. After completion of his initial training aboard this vessel, he was sent aboard the USS Pembina, in the West Gulf Blockading Squadron, where he remained until discharged from the service November 9th, 1863, for re-enlistment in the United States Army. He enlisted in the 84th Regiment, New York Volunteers (famously known as the 14th New York State Militia, or 14th Brooklyn), at Brooklyn, New York, on November 17th, 1863, and joined company H of the regiment at Culpepper Court House, Virginia.
By an act of Congress, he was transferred back for service in the Navy, again, about the month of May, 1864, and was sent aboard the receiving vessel at Philadelphia, the Princeton, and then to the USS Saratoga, South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. He was then transferred to the ironclad monitor USS Lehigh, operating in the waters off Charleston, South Carolina, and finally served on the James River before he was discharged at Philadelphia, in July of 1865.
Rejoining the United States Navy, after the war, he served on the China station, aboard the flagship, USS Colorado, and then on the USS Ashuelot, and was discharged at Yokohama, Japan, after three years service. Glanville then made his way to the colony of South Australia, where he was engaged in woodcutting. It was while he was employed in this occupation that a fire engulfed his hut, which destroyed his personal effects, including his military and naval documentation acquired from his Civil War and post war services.
On the 24th of February, 1891, while a resident of the town of Port Pirie, in South Australia, Glanville filled out a statement, detailing his service in the United States, and requested copies of his discharge certificates through the United States Consul (another source records "in a letter to the United States consul in Melbourne, dated March 21, 1891, Glanville requests copies of his discharge papers, as his 'five' discharge papers and other effects were destroyed when his tent caught fire"). The statement includes a description of Henry Edward Glanville, indicating that he was a man of spare build, standing at five feet, seven and a half inches tall, of light complexion, and was stated, at that point in time, to be growing a full beard and moustache.
In July, 1892, Glanville was admitted to the Port Pirie Hospital, and died of plumbism on July 24, 1892, occupation recorded as labourer. He was buried, the next day, in the Port Pirie Cemetery; Common Protestant Section, lot 37, grave 8. According to Mr. David Evans, records/Administration Officer of the Port Pirie Regional Council, he was buried, and recorded, however, under the name of Henry Edward ‘Granville’; not Glanville as has been reported. There is also a headstone on the burial site with the name of ‘James Ramsay’ who was buried there on June 19, 1917 at the age of 42 years. Somewhere down the line they must have been relatives, as Port Pirie Cemetery does not reuse old graves. The lease on the gravesite is current until the year 2047.
U.S. Consul documents; birth certificate; death certificate;Original research of the late Roy Parker, Barry Crompton, Bob Simpson, Len Traynor and Terry Foenander; http://www.geocities.com/tfoenander/henryedwardglanville.htm; David Evans, Records/Administra[tion Officer of the Port Pirie Regional Council; New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed. Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company, 1912; Third Annual Report of the Bureau of Military Statistics of the State of New York, Albany: [The Bureau]., (C. Wendell), 1866; New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center, Saratoga Springs, NY; The Civil War Archive, Union Regimental Index, New York State; U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania]

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 30 March 1851, Felpham Street, Felpham, SSX, ENG, recorded age 7, living as grandson to Charles and Jane Brown
  • 30 March 1851, a scholar
  • 24 July 1892, a labourer

James Glanville

Male, #2826, born circa February 1855
FatherJames Glanville born b 1835
MotherMary Rabbit born b 1835

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Glanville was born circa February 1855 at Brighton, SSX, ENG; registered Brighton. He was the son of James Glanville and Mary Rabbit. James Glanville was baptized on 20 May 1855 at Brighthelmstone, Brighton, SSX, ENG; parents named James and Mary Glanville.

James Glanville

Male, #2827, born before 1835

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Glanville was born before 1835. He married Mary Rabbit before 1855.

Family

Mary Rabbit born b 1835
Child

Mary Rabbit

Female, #2828, born before 1835

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Rabbit was born before 1835. She married James Glanville before 1855.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

James Glanville born b 1835
Child

James Glanville

Male, #2829, born 29 November 1840, died 19 August 1913
FatherJames Glanville born 19 Mar 1809, died 29 Mar 1864
MotherElizabeth Reed born bt 1815 - 1816

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Glanville was born on 29 November 1840 at St Stephens by Launceston, CON, ENG; Registered Launceston q1 1841. He was the son of James Glanville and Elizabeth Reed. James Glanville was baptized on 3 January 1841 at St Stephen by Launceston, CON, ENG; parents James and Elizabeth. He was born circa February 1841 at Launceston registered, CON, ENG. He married Ann Tapner on 15 August 1871 at South Bersted, SSX, ENG; registered Westhampnett. James Glanville died on 19 August 1913 at New Brighton, Christchurch, CBY, NZ, at age 72; recorded age 72. Cause of death : Diabetis cardia disease. He was buried on 21 August 1913 at Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, CBY, NZ; with Monumental Inscription:
Sacred to the memory of
Ann,
the beloved wife of James Glanville
------------
born at Bognor, Sussex
March 17th 1837
Died at New Brighton,
Dec 28th 1905
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For 45 years
A member of the Methodist Church
Of whom it has been said Enter thou
the joy of thy Lord
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Also of
James Glanville
born at Launceston, Cornwall, England
November 29th 1840
Died at New Brighton
August 19th 1913
--------------------
"He fought a good fight."

Other information

     James Glanville was also known as Glanvill. He immigrated on 9 December 1871 to vessel "Zealandia", Canterbury, NZ,
; his age recorded 30, hers 33. He was mayor of New Brighton Borough between 1908 and 1910.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, Longore, St Stephen by Launceston, CON, ENG, recorded age 7mths, living with his parents
  • 30 March 1851, a scholar
  • 30 March 1851, Newport Village, St Stephen by Launceston, CON, ENG, recorded age 10, lodging with other scholars in household of William May, schoolmaster
  • 7 April 1861, an apprentice carpenter
  • 7 April 1861, Egloskerry Village, Egloskerry, CON, ENG, recorded age 20, apprentice in the household of Philip and Martha Veale
  • 2 April 1871, 45 Wesmoreland Street, London St George Hanover Square, MDX, ENG, recorded age 30, living with his widowed mother
  • 2 April 1871, a joiner
  • 9 December 1871, a carpenter
  • an architect and builder

Family

Ann Tapner born 17 Mar 1837, died 28 Dec 1905
Children

Ann Tapner

Female, #2830, born 17 March 1837, died 28 December 1905

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ann Tapner was born on 17 March 1837 at Bognor, SSX, ENG. She married James Glanville, son of James Glanville and Elizabeth Reed, on 15 August 1871 at South Bersted, SSX, ENG; registered Westhampnett. Ann Tapner died on 28 December 1905 at New Brighton, NZ, at age 68; recorded age 68. She was buried circa December 1905 at Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, CBY, NZ; with Monumental Inscription:
Sacred to the memory of
Ann,
the beloved wide of James Glanville
------------
born at Bognor, Sussex
March 17th 1837
Died at New Brighton,
Dec 28th 1905
------------------
For 45 years
A member of the Methodist Church
Of whom it has been said Enter thou
the joy of thy Lord
--------------------
Also of
James Glanville
born at Launceston, Cornwall, England
November 29th 1840
Died at New Brighton
August 19th 1913
--------------------
"He fought a good fight."

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

James Glanville born 29 Nov 1840, died 19 Aug 1913
Children

Jane Glanville

Female, #2831, born before 1829

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Glanville was born before 1829. She married Charles Henry Randall on 21 May 1849 at St Paul, Chichester, SSX, ENG; registered Chichester.

Other information

     Her married name was Randall.

Family

Charles Henry Randall born b 1829

Charles Henry Randall

Male, #2832, born before 1829

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Charles Henry Randall was born before 1829. He married Jane Glanville on 21 May 1849 at St Paul, Chichester, SSX, ENG; registered Chichester.

Family

Jane Glanville born b 1829

Alfred Glanville

Male, #2833, born circa May 1864
FatherFrancis Thomas Glanville born bt 1819 - 1820
MotherAnna M. Bradley born bt 1832 - 1833

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Alfred Glanville was born circa May 1864 at Plymouth registered, DEV, ENG. He was the son of Francis Thomas Glanville and Anna M. Bradley. Alfred Glanville was baptized on 9 July 1865 at Westwood cum Iford, WIL, ENG; parents named Thomas Glanville and Anna. Of Plymouth.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 2 April 1871, a scholar
  • 2 April 1871, 2 Queens Cottages, Plymouth St Andrew, DEV, ENG, recorded age 6, living with his parents

Francis Thomas Glanville

Male, #2834, born between 1819 and 1820
FatherThomas Glanville born b 4 Jan 1795, died b 1829
MotherMary Ann Davis born b 1794

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Francis Thomas Glanville was born between 1819 and 1820 at St Germans, CON, ENG. He was the son of Thomas Glanville and Mary Ann Davis. Francis Thomas Glanville was baptized on 23 January 1820 at Maker, CON, ENG; parents named Thomas and Mary Ann Glanville. He married Mary Ann Cundy on 15 June 1854 at St George, East Stonehouse, DEV, ENG; registered East Stonehouse. His age recorded 33, hers 30 widow surnamed Westlake. Fathers named Thomas Glanville labourer, Robert Cundy convict keeper. Francis Thomas Glanville married Anna M. Bradley on 24 January 1863 at St George, East Stonehouse, DEV, ENG; registered East Stonehouse. Both of full age, widower and spinster. Fathers named Thomas Glanville labourer, Michael Bradley coal merchant.

Other information

     Francis Thomas Glanville was also known as Granville transcribed in 1881 census. Francis Thomas Glanville was also known as Thomas. He was married 2 times.
As of 9 July 1865, Francis Thomas Glanville lived at Plymouth, DEV, ENG; at baptism of son Alfred.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 15 June 1854, a mariner
  • 7 April 1861, a upholsterer
  • 7 April 1861, Rendle Street, Plymouth St Andrew, DEV, ENG, his age recorded 39, hers 35. 5 year old George Cunlif was boarding with them, he was born Richmond Walk, Devonport
  • 24 January 1863, a labourer
  • 9 July 1865, an upholsterer, at baptism of son Alfred
  • 22 November 1866, an upholsterer at baptism of children
  • 2 April 1871, a Greenwich pensioner
  • 2 April 1871, 2 Queens Cottages, Plymouth St Andrew, DEV, ENG, his age recorded 51, hers 58
  • 3 April 1881, 43 Park St, Plymouth Charles the Martyr, DEV, ENG, recorded age 61, wife not present
  • 3 April 1881, an upholsterer
  • 13 June 1882, an upholsterer at marriage of son Archibald
  • 5 April 1891, 10 Park Street, Plymouth Charles the Martyr, DEV, ENG, recorded age 71, wife absent
  • 5 April 1891, a pensioner

Family 1

Mary Ann Cundy born bt 1825 - 1826, died bt 1861 - 1862
Children

Family 2

Anna M. Bradley born bt 1832 - 1833
Children

John Leslie Glanville

Male, #2835, born 1974, died 1981
MotherCatherine Verna Zimmer born 22 Mar 1949, died 18 Jan 2017

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Leslie Glanville was born in 1974 at CAN. He was the son of Catherine Verna Zimmer. John Leslie Glanville was buried in 1981 at Maitlandbank Cemetery, Hydro Line Road, Seaforth, Huron Co., ONT, CAN. He died in 1981.

Edmund Glanville

Male, #2836, born 25 January 1661, died September 1664
FatherJohn Glanville born bt 1615 - 1632, died Mar 1688
MotherCatherine Fortescue born b 1632, died 1684

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edmund Glanville was born before 25 January 1661 at Chippenham, WIL, ENG. He was baptized on 25 January 1661 at St Andrews, Chippenham, WIL, ENG; named "son of John Glanvile Esquire." He was the son of John Glanville and Catherine Fortescue. Edmund Glanville died in September 1664 at Chippenham, WIL, ENG, at age 3. He was buried on 8 September 1664 at St Andrews, Chippenham, WIL, ENG; named "Edmund, son of John Glanvile."

Maria Clapp Glanville

Female, #2838, born circa 1791
FatherJohn Glanville born c Jun 1748, died Jun 1812
MotherJane Clapp born bt 1766 - 1767, died 24 Apr 1843

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Maria Clapp Glanville was born illegitimate circa 1791 at Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She was the daughter of John Glanville and Jane Clapp. Maria Clapp Glanville was baptized on 11 November 1791 at St Mary's Parish Church, Wedmore, SOM, ENG. She married 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.

Other information

     Maria Clapp Glanville was also known as Mary Glanville. Maria Clapp Glanville was also known as Maria Clap as recorded at baptism. Her married name was Wookey.

Family

George Wookey born b 1797

George Wookey

Male, #2839, born before 1797

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Wookey was born before 1797. He married Maria Clapp Glanville, daughter of John Glanville and Jane Clapp, 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.

Other information

     George Wookey witnessed the marriage of Forester Glanville and 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.

Family

Maria Clapp Glanville born c 1791

Adolphus David Glanville

Male, #2840, born 21 April 1897, died 13 March 1976

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Adolphus David Glanville was born on 21 April 1897. He married Catherine N. (?) Unknown after 1917. Adolphus David Glanville died on 13 March 1976 at KS, USA, at age 78. He was buried in 1976 at Dover Cemetery, Dover, Shawnee Co., KS, USA.

Family

Catherine N. (?) Unknown born 1895, died 1941

Catherine N. (?) Unknown

Female, #2841, born 1895, died 1941

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Catherine N. (?) Unknown was born in 1895. She married Adolphus David Glanville after 1917. Catherine N. (?) Unknown died in 1941 at KS, USA. She was buried in 1941 at Dover Cemetery, Dover, Shawneee Co., KS, USA.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

Adolphus David Glanville born 21 Apr 1897, died 13 Mar 1976

Ethel Marion Taylor

Female, #2842, born 6 May 1895, died 7 November 1975

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Ethel Marion Taylor was born on 6 May 1895 at ENG. She married Oscar C. Glanville, son of William James Glanville and Margaret Sage, on 25 January 1916 at CA, USA. Ethel Marion Taylor died on 7 November 1975 at Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, at age 80.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 1930, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, his age recorded 44, hers 34
  • 1940, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, his age recorded 55, hers 44

Family

Oscar C. Glanville born 18 Jun 1884, died 10 Apr 1950
Children

George Glanville

Male, #2843, born 4 July 1920, died 2 July 1999
FatherOscar C. Glanville born 18 Jun 1884, died 10 Apr 1950
MotherEthel Marion Taylor born 6 May 1895, died 7 Nov 1975

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born on 4 July 1920 at Merced, Merced Co., CA, USA. He was the son of Oscar C. Glanville and Ethel Marion Taylor. George Glanville died on 2 July 1999 at Mad River, Trinity Co., CA, USA, at age 78.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 1930, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, recorded age 9, living with his parents
  • 1940, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, recodred age 19, living with his parents

Kenneth Eldon Glanville

Male, #2844, born 2 September 1925, died 25 June 2018
FatherOscar C. Glanville born 18 Jun 1884, died 10 Apr 1950
MotherEthel Marion Taylor born 6 May 1895, died 7 Nov 1975

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Kenneth Eldon Glanville was born on 2 September 1925 at Livingston, Merced Co., CA, USA. He was the son of Oscar C. Glanville and Ethel Marion Taylor. Kenneth Eldon Glanville died on 25 June 2018 at Oakland, CA, USA, at age 92; with obituary:
Kenneth E. Glanville
Kenneth E. Glanville, age 92, passed away at his home in Oakland on June 25. He was born in Livingston, California in September of 1925 to Oscar and Ethel Glanville. Ken and his older brother, George, grew up in Oakland, where Ken graduated from Oakland Tech High School.
After high school, Ken entered an aeronautics program in Oakland with Pan American Airways. During World War II, Ken enlisted in the U.S. Navy Seabees as part of an agreement between the Navy and PanAm. When the contract between PanAm and the Navy concluded, Ken continued to serve his country in the Army through the conclusion of the war. After the war ended, Ken returned to Oakland and worked for PanAm for four decades beginning as a mechanic, then as a lead mechanic and finally as an inspector. Ken witnessed the evolution of aeronautics firsthand, from the post-war Sikorsky and Boeing "Clippers" to the Boeing 747.
In retirement, Ken was dedicated to health and physical fitness, and was a dutiful member of his health club.
Ken lived in the same house, meticulously kept, for more than 80 years, in the Piedmont Avenue neighborhood. Handy with tools and always willing to help, he was dearly loved and respected by all of his neighbors. He told wonderful stories about how he had seen the neighborhoods change over the years. He enjoyed wood working and photography. He filled photo albums with pictures and slides from his travels around the world, and of his beloved family.
Ken had a kind and generous heart, and was a role model for many. He will be missed by his nieces Mary and Barrie, his nephews Adam and Paul, and his great-nephews and -niece Ken, Kale, John and Kara, as well as his many friends and neighbors. A memorial is planned for September.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on July 8, 2018.

Other information

     He had no children in 2014.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 1930, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, recorded age 4, living with his parents
  • 1940, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA, USA, recorded age 14, living with his parents

Kate Granville

Female, #2845, born circa 1869
Fathermale Granville born b 1849, died b 1901
MotherSarah (?) Unknown born bt 1833 - 1834

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Kate Granville was born circa 1869 at Devonport, DEV, ENG. She was the daughter of male Granville and Sarah (?) Unknown. Kate Granville married John William Glanville before 1894; it seems unlikely a marriage took place given their children's births were registered in surname Granville and mother's maiden name also Granville.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville. As of 10 March 1904, Kate Granville and John William Glanville lived at 20 Church Street, Stoke Damerel, DEV, ENG; at baptism of children.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 31 March 1901, 33 Clowance Lane, Devonport, DEV, ENG, recorded age 29, Single, living with her widowed mother
  • 31 March 1901, a tailoress
  • 2 April 1911, 2 Morice Street, Devonport, DEV, ENG, recorded age 41, widow
  • 2 April 1911, tailoring, tailors maker

Family

John William Glanville born b 1874
Children

Sophia Edwards Phillips

Female, #2846, born circa 1805

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Sophia Edwards Phillips was born circa 1805 at St James, Bristol, GLS, ENG. She married William Glanville on 25 December 1820 at Clifton, GLS, ENG. Sophia Edwards Phillips married William Lawton on 16 January 1858 at St Philip & St Jacob, Bristol, GLS, ENG; registered Bristol. Her age recorded 38, his 28. Sophia marrying as Sophia Glanville, with father named Francis Phillips. William's father named John Lawton.

Other information

     Her married name was Lawton. Her married name was Glanville. Sophia Edwards Phillips was married 2 times.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • 6 June 1841, St James Back, Bristol St James, GLS, ENG, his age recorded 40, hers 35
  • 6 June 1841, a lodging house keeper
  • 30 March 1851, James Back, St James, Bristol, GLS, ENG, his age recorded 50, hers 45
  • 7 April 1861, a dressmaker
  • 7 April 1861, Lodging House, 3 James Back, Bristol St James, GLS, ENG, his age recorded 32, hers 46. Son in Law Albert Francis Glanville living with them

Family 1

William Glanville born bt 1800 - 1801, died c Nov 1855
Children

Family 2

William Lawton born bt 1828 - 1829

William Glanville

Male, #2847, born before 1724

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Glanville was born before 1724. He married Elizabeth Willott on 8 October 1744 at Abbey, Bath, SOM, ENG.

Family

Elizabeth Willott born b 1724

Elizabeth Willott

Female, #2848, born before 1724

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Willott was born before 1724. She married William Glanville on 8 October 1744 at Abbey, Bath, SOM, ENG.

Other information

     Her married name was Glanville.

Family

William Glanville born b 1724

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, #2849, born before 1682

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born before 1682. She married Humphrey Rossiter on 7 February 1702 at St Mary Magdalen, Taunton, SOM, ENG; or 7 Feb 1703. Humphrey Rossiter and Elizabeth Glanvil of this parish.

Other information

     As of 7 February 1702,her married name was Rossiter.

Family

Humphrey Rossiter born b 1682

Humphrey Rossiter

Male, #2850, born before 1682

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Humphrey Rossiter was born before 1682. He married Elizabeth Glanville on 7 February 1702 at St Mary Magdalen, Taunton, SOM, ENG; or 7 Feb 1703. Humphrey Rossiter and Elizabeth Glanvil of this parish.

Family

Elizabeth Glanville born b 1682