Robena (Surname Unknown)

Female, ID #33333, b. 1910, d. 1984

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Robena (Surname Unknown) was born in 1910.
Robena (Surname Unknown) married Charles Glanville, son of Samuel George Glanville and Louisa Elizabeth Mercer, after 1935 at CAN.
Robena (Surname Unknown) died in 1984 at CAN. She was buried in 1984 at Orono Cemetery, Orono, ONT, CAN.

Family

Charles Glanville b. 1915, d. 1954
Child

Jack C. Glanville

Male, ID #33334, b. 1939, d. 1987
FatherCharles Glanville (1915 - 1954)
MotherRobena (Surname Unknown) (1910 - 1984)

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jack C. Glanville was born in 1939 at CAN.
Jack C. Glanville died in 1987 at CAN. He was buried in 1987 at Orono Cemetery, Orono, ONT, CAN.

male Glanvill

Male, ID #33335, b. before 1676

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Glanvill was born before 1676.

Family

Children

Daniel Glanvill

Male, ID #33336, b. before 1711
Fathermale Glanvill (b 1676 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Daniel Glanvill was born before 1711 at ENG.

Other information

     In 1731 he was named in the will as the brother of John Glanvill.

Roger Glanvill

Male, ID #33337, b. before 1711
Fathermale Glanvill (b 1676 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Roger Glanvill was born before 1711 at ENG.

Other information

     In 1731 he was named in the will as the brother of John Glanvill.

Elizabeth Glanvill

Female, ID #33338, b. before 1711
Fathermale Glanvill (b 1676 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanvill was born before 1711.

Other information

     In 1731 she was named sister of John Glanvill, Elizabeth Ravele, unclear whether the will meant Sister-in-Law or whether she was a married sister.

Daniel Glanvill

Male, ID #33339, b. before 1715, d. September 1749

Alternate Names

     Daniel Glanvill was also known as Glanville recorded in his will. Daniel Glanvill was also known as Glanvil recorded at marriage.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Daniel Glanvill was born before 1715.
Daniel Glanvill married Elizabeth Nevil on 14 April 1735 at London, MDX, ENG; recorded bachelor and spinster. Recorded in Registers of Clandestine Marriages and of Baptisms in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel.
Daniel Glanvill died in September 1749 at London, MDX, ENG. He was buried on 20 September 1749 at St John the Evangelist, Smith Square, London, MDX, ENG; Daniel Glanvile, presumed an adult from costs recorded in burial register but age not recorded. His estate was probated on 12 October 1749 This will was proved at London before the Worshipfull
Robert Chapman Doctor of Laws Surrogateto the Right Workshipfull
John Bettesworth also Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commifsary
of our prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted on the
twelfth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven
hundred and fforty nine by the oat of Elizabeth Glanvill widow
the relict of the said deceased and sole executris named in the said
will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the
goods chattels and credits of the said deceased being first sworn duly
to administer.

Other information

     As of 14 April 1735, Daniel Glanvill lived at St James, Westminster, MDX, ENG. He left a will on 16 September 1749 In the Name of God Amen
I Daniel Glanville of the parish of St John the Evangelist in the
city of Westminfter Carpenter being weak in body but of sound and
disposing mind and memory do and declar this to be my last
will and teftament in manner following (that is to say) I
recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God my creator
and my body to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion
of my executrix hereinafter named and as touching and concerning
my worldly estate I give leave and dispose thereof as follows / Viz
ffirst I desire my just debts and ffuneral expenses to be paid and
satisfied Item I give leave and bequeath unto my loving wife
Elizabeth Glanville all my estate and effects both real and
personal whether in lands soonfes (?) money or securites for moneys
or any other nature or kind whatsoever or wheresoever the same may be
situate lying and being and whereof I shall dye seized and pofsefsed
to her own use and behoof for ever And further I do hereby
nominate constitute and appoint my said loving wife Elizabeth
full and sole executrix of this my laft will and tesftament
hereby revoking and making void all former and other wills
on bills by me at any time heretofore made and lastly do
declare this to by my last will and teftament In Witnefs whereof
I have here unto set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of
september in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred
and fforty nine Daniel Glanville signed sealed published and
declared by the said testator as his last will and teftament and
witnefsed as such by us at his request and in his prefence Benjamin
Peak Wm Bartlett Robs Toy.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Daniel Glanvill was a joyner (sic) on 14 April 1735.

Family

Elizabeth Nevil b. b 1715

Elizabeth Nevil

Female, ID #33340, b. before 1715

Alternate Names

     Her married name was Glanvill.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Nevil was born before 1715.
Elizabeth Nevil married Daniel Glanvill on 14 April 1735 at London, MDX, ENG; recorded bachelor and spinster. Recorded in Registers of Clandestine Marriages and of Baptisms in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel.

Family

Daniel Glanvill b. b 1715, d. Sep 1749

Isaac Glanville

Male, ID #33341, b. before 1682, d. 1702

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Isaac Glanville was born before 1682.
Isaac Glanville died in 1702. His estate was probated on 17 December 1702 admon granted to the Thomas Webb named executor in the will.

Other information

     Isaac Glanville left a will on 22 August 1702 naming himself Issac Glanville mariner on board Her Majesties Ship Triumph, sick and weak in body, leaving everything to his loving friend Thomas Webb mariner, whom was made Executor.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Isaac Glanville was a mariner on 22 August 1702.

John Glanville

Male, ID #33342, b. before 1704, d. between 1724 and 1735
Fathermale Glanville (b 1680 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     John Glanville was born before 1704 at ENG.
John Glanville died between 1724 and 1735. His estate was probated on 2 July 1725 admon granted at London to William Slater, named executor.

Other information

     As of 7 September 1724, John Glanville lived at an unknown place HMS Lannceston May. He left a will on 7 September 1724 In the Name of God Amen
I John Glanvill now belonging to his Majesties ship Lannceston May
being very sick and weak but of sound and well disposing mind and memory
do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following
Vizt) Imprimis I give devise and bequeath unto my well beloved friend Thomas
Madesall such short allowance money as shall appear me owing payable
or belonging unto me on board the said ship of So Item I give devise and
bequeath unto my well beloved friend William Sclater of the said ship mariner
all such pay or wages as shall appear due to me at the time of my decease
whom I do also nomiate and appoint full and sole executor and administrator
of this my last will and testament Item all the residue and remainder of
whatsoever sum or sums of money goods and chattells as shall appear
due to me at the time of my decease I give devise and bequeath the same
to my loving brother Thomas Glanvill of Exon in the County of Devon
clothier and I doe hereby revoke disanull and make void all other wills
and bequests by me heretofore made declaring this only to be my last will
and testament in witness where I have hereunto set my hand and seal
this seventh day of September in the year of our Lord 1724 and in the eleventh
year of the reigne of our Soveraigne Lord George by the Grace of God
of Great Brittain France and Ireland King Defender of the faith &c John
Glanvill sealed published and declared in the presence of John Seaward
John Manning J Turner.

Edward Walker

Male, ID #33343, b. before 1722, d. before 1785

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edward Walker was born before 1722.
Edward Walker married Frances Glanville, daughter of Benjamin Glanville and Mary Pryer, in 1742 at St Dunstan in the West, London, LND, ENG.
Edward Walker died before 1785.

Family

Frances Glanville b. b 1722

male Glanville

Male, ID #33344, b. before 1703

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Glanville was born before 1703.

Family

Children

male Glanville

Male, ID #33345, b. between 1720 and 1730
Fathermale Glanville (b 1703 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Glanville was born between 1720 and 1730; if a similar age to his brother Thomas.

Family

Children

Frederick Glanville

Male, ID #33346, b. between 1760 and 1790
FatherFrederick Glanville (bt 1740 - 1760 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Frederick Glanville was born between 1760 and 1790.

Other information

     In 1799 named great nephew in the Will of Thomas Glanville (who married Mary Spong), explicitly son of his nephew Frederick.
In 1809 he was named great nephew of the late husband (Thomas) of Mary Glanville (nee Spong.)

Family

Child

male Glanville

Male, ID #33347, d. before 1822

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Male Glanville married Phyllis (Surname Unknown) after 1780 at ENG.
Male Glanville died before 1822.

Family

Phyllis (Surname Unknown) b. bt 1762 - 1763, d. Sep 1822

Mary Glanville

Female, ID #33348, b. between 1780 and 1799
FatherFrederick Glanville (bt 1760 - 1790 - )

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Mary Glanville was born between 1780 and 1799 at ENG.

Other information

     In 1799 she was named great niece daughter of nephew Frederick in the will of Thomas Glanville who married Mary Spong, and had not reached the age of 21 at that time.

Jane Glanville

Female, ID #33349, b. before 1800, d. February 1807

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Jane Glanville was born before 1800 at ENG; presumed from absence of indication of age in burial register (although no entries on the same page recorded anybody as being an infant, child or any other information than simply their name.) She was buried on 12 January 1807 at Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, DEV, ENG; Jane Glanvill.
Jane Glanville died in February 1807 at Plymouth, DEV, ENG.

James Pound

Male, ID #33350, b. circa 1766

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Pound was born circa 1766; if the same age at his wife.
James Pound married Mary Glanville, daughter of Edward Glanville and Mary Sawyer, after 1787 at OXF, ENG.

Other information

     James Pound and Mary Glanville had a son and a daughter, both mentioned in the will of their grandfather Edward Glanvill in 1801.

Family

Mary Glanville b. 23 Feb 1766, d. b 1801

William Easy

Male, ID #33351, b. before 1743

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Easy was born before 1743.
William Easy married Elizabeth Glanville, daughter of Benjamin Glanville and Mary (Surname Unknown), on 24 April 1763 at St Saviour, Southwark, SRY, ENG; Elizabeth marrying in Pope surname.

Other information

     On 1 November 1763 were both named in the Will of Mary Glanvill, Elizabeth named daughter, also naming Elizabeth as formerly married in name Pope with at least two children named in the same will.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • William Easy was a victualler, when named in the will of his wife's mother in 1763.

Family

Elizabeth Glanville b. 16 Jul 1729

Joan Wythecombe

Female, ID #33352, b. before 1635

Alternate Names

     Joan Wythecombe was also known as Johane in marriage register. Her married name was Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Joan Wythecombe was born before 1635.
Joan Wythecombe married Tristram Glanville, son of male Glanville, on 7 May 1655 at Okehampton, DEV, ENG.

Other information

     She was named a servant of Tristram Glanvill in the will of Edward Glanvill of 1654.

Family

Tristram Glanville b. b 1605

James Cardinoux

Male, ID #33353, b. before 1743, d. circa May 1772

Alternate Names

     James Cardinoux was also known as Cardineaux recorded in the Will of his mother-in-law Mary Glanville.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     James Cardinoux was born before 1743.
James Cardinoux married Mary Ann Glanville, daughter of Benjamin Glanville and Mary (Surname Unknown), before 1763.
James Cardinoux died circa May 1772 at London, MDX, ENG. He was buried on 3 May 1772 at Spitalfields, MDX, ENG.

Other information

     In 1763 both named in the Will of Mary Glanville, Mary Ann named as daughter.
James Cardinoux left a will in April 1772 naming himself a Victualler, his wife Mary Ann and a daughter who was under age at that time.
The will was proved 7 May 1772.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • James Cardinoux was a victualler, when named in the will of his wife's mother in 1763.

Family

Mary Ann Glanville b. 21 May 1749

William Jeffereys

Male, ID #33354, b. before 1709

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     William Jeffereys was born before 1709.
William Jeffereys married Margaret Glanville on 8 May 1729 at East Brent, SOM, ENG; William Jeffereys and Margaret Glanvile were married by License May 8th 1729.

Family

Margaret Glanville b. b 1709

George Glanville

Male, ID #33356, b. before 1686, d. 1740

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 1686.
George Glanville died in 1740 at BKM, ENG. His estate was probated on 3 April 1740 This Will was proved at London the second day of
April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and
fforty before the worshipfull John Anders Doctor of Laws
Surrogate of the right worshipful John Bettesworth Doctor of
Laws Master Keeper or Commifsary of the prerogative Court
of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the oath of William
Comlingon the sole executor in the said willl named to whom
administration was granted
all and and singluar the goods
chattels and credits of the said deceased being first sworn
duly to administer.

Other information

     As of 17 March 1739, George Glanville lived at Horton, BKM, ENG. He left a will on 17 March 1739 In the Name of God Amen
I George Glanvill the elder of the parish of Horton in the
County of Buckingham victualer being infirm in body but of
sound and perfect mind memory and understanding praised
be God *** and calling to mind the uncertainty of this life
and knowing that it is appointed for all men sure to dye I do
hereby make and ordain this my last will and testament in
manner and fform following ffirst and principally I commit
my Soul into the hands of Almighty God hoping through the
meritts of Jesus Christ to receive everlasting life and my body
I commit to the earth to be decently buryed at the discretion of
my Executor herein after named and as to such wordly estate
as it hath pleased God to lend me here on earth I give and
dispose hereof as followeth Imprimis I give devise and
bequeath to my son George Glanvill the sum of one shilling
which said sum is in full of all right title & property charges or
demand that my said son George shall pretend to have to any
part of my estate whatsoever and further my mind and will is
that immediately after my decease that all my goods chattells
and personal estate of what kind or place (?) soever shall be
taken by way of inventory and appraised by the order of my
executor herein after named and I give and dispose of the aforesaid
good and chattells as followeth that is to day my mind and
will is that whatsoever my personal amounts to shall be
divided into three equal parts hereafter mentioned I give devise
and bequeath after my just debts and ffunderal expenses are
paid and discharged one third part as shall be hier left out of
my goods and chattels unto my son in law Edward Allmond
and ffeby his wife one other third part of the same I give to
my son Thomas Woodman and Elizabeth his wife the other
third part being the remainder of the three parts I give devise
and bequeath to my son in law William Tomlinson whom I
nominate constitue and appoint my full and sole executor of this
my last will and testament revoking and making void all former
will or wills by me at any time heretofore made and so declare this
only to stand and be my last will and testament In Witnefs
whereof I the said George Glanvill have to this my last will and
testament sett my hand and seal this seventeenth day of March
in the thirteenth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord
George the second over Great Britain ffarance and Ireland
King defender of the ffaith and so forth in the year of our Lord
one thousand seven hundred and thirty nine - the mark of
George Glanvill - Signed sealed published and declared by the
said George Glanvill the testator to be his last will and
testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at
his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed
our names as witnefs hereunto - Peter Style William
Warren Richd Howell.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • George Glanville was a victualer on 17 March 1739.

Family

Children

George Glanville

Male, ID #33357, b. before 26 September 1703
FatherGeorge Glanville (b 1686 - 1740)

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     George Glanville was born before 26 September 1703 at Horton, BKM, ENG. He was baptized on 26 September 1703 at Horton, BKM, ENG; parents not named in Bishop's transcripts.

Other information

     In 1739 he was named in the Will of his father.

Elizabeth Glanville

Female, ID #33358, b. between 1779 and 1780, d. November 1855
FatherRichard Glanville (1753 - c 1810)
MotherCatharine Rogers (b 1752 - 1784)

Alternate Names

     Elizabeth Glanville was also known as Gladwill written in 1851 census.

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Elizabeth Glanville was born between 1779 and 1780 at Dorchester, OXF, ENG; written Dodgester in 1851 census.
Elizabeth Glanville died in November 1855 at Gravesend, KEN, ENG; registered Gravesend, recorded age 75. She was buried on 17 November 1855 at Municipal Cemetery, Gravesend, KEN, ENG; recorded age 75. Her estate was probated on 16 May 1856 In the goods of Elizabeth Glanvill deceased
Appeared personally William Chipperfield of
No. 7 Hereford Place Park Road Old Kent Road Peckham in the County
of Surrey gentleman and made oath that he is one of the subscribed witnefses to
the last will and testament (hereunto annexed) of the said Elizabeth Glanvill
formerly of No.23 Peppercroft Street Gravesend in the County of Kent but late of
Earcock (?) Street Gravesend aforesaid spinster deceased bearing date the third day
of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty five and that on the third day
of August aforesaid the said testatrix duly executed her said will by signing
or marking her mark or crofs at the foot or and thereof in the presence of this
deponent and of Samuel Thomas Bryan the other subscribed witnefs thereto
both & whom were present at the same time and this deponent and the said
Samuel Thomas Bryan thereupon attested and subscribed the said will in the
presence of the said testatrix and of each other and this deponent further made
oath that reviewing the said will but more particularly to the words "and
belonging to me" interlined between the eighth and ninth lines from the top of
the third side thereof he saith that such interlineation was made and done
in the said will prior to the execution thereof as aforesaid by the said Elizabeth
Glanvill spinster the testatrix deceased - William Chipperfield - In the 7th
day of May 1856 the said William Chipperfield was duly sworn to the truth
of the aforegoing affidavit - before me W Robinson surr: - P Edwd
Toller Not: Pub:

Proved at London 16th May 1856 before the worshipful William
Robinson Doctor of Laws and Surrogate by the oath of William Glanville (in
the will written Glanvill) the nephew the sole executor to whom admon was
granted having been first sworn duly to administer.

Other information

     As of 3 August 1855, Elizabeth Glanville lived at 23 Peppercroft Street, Gravesend, KEN, ENG. She left a will on 3 August 1855 This is the last will and testament
of me Elizabeth Glanvill of No. 23 Peppercroft Street Gravesend in the
County of Kent made this third day of August one thousand eight hundred
and fifty five Afer my decease I wish what household furniture I pofsefs to
be sold also the house belonging to me situated at Upper Tulse Hill Brixton
in the County of Surrey now in the pofsefsion of Mr Treneman
carpenter and after my just debts are paid I wish the remainder of the
proceeds to be divided as herein under mentioned I give and bequeath
my brother Richard Glanvill of Park Road Brixton Surrey the sum of
nineteen pounds nineteen shillings to my nephew William Glanvill the
son of my brother Richard the sum of ten pounds to Martha wife of the
said William Glanvill ten pounds to my nephew James Glanvill the son
of my brother Richard ten pounds to Charlotte wife of the said James
Glanvill (in consideration of her kind attention to me during my late illnefs)
the sum of ten pounds to Richard and William Allen sons of Anne Allen
my niece the sum of five pounds each to Sarah McGavin daughter of
the said William Glanvill the sum of five pounds to Catherine Cornford
daughter of the said William Glanville the sum of five pounds five silver
tea spoons and a pair of sugar tongs to Amelia Glanvill daughter of the
said William Glanvill the sum of five pounds to my nephew John
Glanvill son of my late brother John the sum of ten pounds to my
niece Mary Ann Glanville daughter of my brother John the sum
ten pounds to my nephew Thomas son of my brother John the sum
of ten pounds to Emma Vincent daughter of William and Sarah
Vincent of No. 9 Miles Lane London the sum of ten pounds to Mrs
Sarah Vincent of No. 9 Miles Lane London my watch and tea caddy
to Martha wife of William Glanvill two pairs of silver table spoons
one pair of salt do and one mustard do also my black silk drefs and
my best shawl to Mary Ann Glanvill daughter of my brother John
six large tea spoons and sugar tongs the remainder of my clothes
and household linen I wish to be equally divided between my three
nieces Martha wife of William Glanvill Mary Ann daughter of my
brother John and Elizabeth Thacker daughter of my brother Richard
The watch now in pofsefsion of my brother Richard and belonging to
me I wish to be given to his son James Glanvill should my nephew
John Glanvill be deceased before his legacy becomes due I wish the said
legacy to be given to his afflicted daughter and if there should be any
overplus of money after the payment of the hereinbefore mentioned
legacies I wish my nephew William Glanvill to receive it as a
compensation for conducting my affairs and I appoint the said
William Glanvill as my Executor. Elizabeth Glanvill her Mark X
Witness William Chipperfield Samuel Thomas Bryan.
As of November 1855, Elizabeth Glanville lived at 33 Peacock Street, Gravesend, KEN, ENG.

Census(es) & Occupation(s)

  • Elizabeth Glanville was independent on 6 June 1841.
  • She appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 at Peacock Street, Gravesend, KEN, ENG; recorded age 60.
  • She appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 at 174 Peacock Street, Gravesend, KEN, ENG; recorded age 70, visitor in household of John J Nichol.
  • She was an annuitant on 30 March 1851.

Edward Allmond

Male, ID #33359, b. before 1719

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Edward Allmond was born before 1719.
Edward Allmond married Phoebe Glanville, daughter of George Glanville, before 1739 at ENG.

Other information

     In 1739 Phoebe and Edward were both named in the will of her father George Glanvill.

Family

Phoebe Glanville b. b 3 Jun 1706

Maud Glanville

Female, ID #33360, b. before 1881

Birth, Marriage and Death information

     Maud Glanville was born before 1881.

Family

Child