Ilene (Surname Unknown)
Female, ID #37533, d. before 2023
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationShe married Clarence Clifford Glanville, son of Clifford Samuel Glanville and Esther Hattie Kent, after 1955.
She died before 2023.
|Clarence Clifford Glanville b. Jul 1933, d. 6 Feb 2023|
John Frisken Glanville
Male, ID #37534, b. 10 August 1934, d. 8 January 2023
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn Frisken Glanville was born on 10 August 1934.
He married Judith Ann Nash before 1962.
He died on 8 January 2023 at Kelowna, BC, CAN, (8 January 2023 age calculated as 88); with obituary:
GLANVILLE, John: With heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved Papa John after a brief illness in hospital. He was predeceased by wife Judith Ann, the loving Mother of their 2 children. In 1980, the call of the lake brought the boating couple to beautiful Kelowna from Edmonton. John is survived by Daughter Debbie (Lawrence), Son Jack (Karen), Grandchildren Dan (Vanessa), Jeff (Nicole), Geoff (Justine), Crystal, two Great Grandson's Ashton, Charlie, Brother Bill (Sherry), Niece Kath, Nephew Joe, and their families. Judy's family Trish, Darin, Jeff, along with their significant others and families as they had a special place in John's life. John will be deeply missed by Judy Louise, in 2009 they got their second chance at love and shared a beautiful life together traveling and dancing the night away. A true sports fan, John loved a good round of golf, Sunday football, and sharing his passion for hockey with his family. John lived his life by example by encouraging others to be their best self. He will be remembered for his commitment and loyalty to his family and friends. A very special thank you to his Tuesday night guys and our angel Melody at 5B. This photo captures the essence of John. A Celebration of Life to come in the spring, date to follow.
Published by Okanagan Valley Newspaper Group on Jan. 28, 2023.
|Judith Ann Nash b. 1936, d. 2 Oct 2008|
Judith Ann Nash
Female, ID #37535, b. 1936, d. 2 October 2008
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJudith Ann Nash was born in 1936 at Hanford, CA, USA.
She married John Frisken Glanville before 1962.
She died on 2 October 2008 at Kelowna, BC, CAN; with obituary:
GLANVILLE, Judith Ann (nee Nash) - Passed away in peace on Thursday, October 2, 2008 at the age of 72.
She is survived by her loving husband John; daughter Deborah Ann Davidson (Lawrence Dundas) of Calgary, AB; son Jack Glanville (Karen) of Edmonton, AB; four grandchildren: Dan, Jeff, Crystal and Geoff; one great grandson Ashton; brother-in-law William (Sherry) of Winnipeg, MB, as well as nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents and her sister Linda.
Judy was born in Hanford, California. She and John moved to Kelowna in 1980 after spending 18 years in Edmonton. Judy loved life, people and especially her family. She also had a passion for animals.
Sincere appreciation to Dr. Peter Cosmann, the Westside Palliative Care Response Team and all the staff in the South House of Hospice.
|John Frisken Glanville b. 10 Aug 1934, d. 8 Jan 2023|
Female, ID #37536, b. 14 April 1941, d. 19 February 2023
Birth, Marriage and Death informationGail Glanville was born on 14 April 1941; it is unclear whether Gail was born a Glanville or married one.
She died on 19 February 2023 at Victoria, BC, CAN, (19 February 2023 age calculated as 81.)
Female, ID #37537, b. before 1921
Alternate NamesHer married name was Dossett.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationIrene Glanville was born before 1921.
She married Lionel Dossett in 1941 at Perth registered, WA, AUS.
|Lionel Dossett b. b 1921|
Male, ID #37538, b. before 1921
Birth, Marriage and Death informationLionel Dossett was born before 1921.
He married Irene Glanville in 1941 at Perth registered, WA, AUS.
|Irene Glanville b. b 1921|
Mavis Jean Glanville
Female, ID #37539, b. before 1926
Alternate NamesHer married name was MacQueen.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationMavis Jean Glanville was born before 1926.
She married Leslie Ronald MacQueen in 1946 at Perth registered, WA, AUS.
|Leslie Ronald MacQueen b. b 1926|
Leslie Ronald MacQueen
Male, ID #37540, b. before 1926
Birth, Marriage and Death informationLeslie Ronald MacQueen was born before 1926.
He married Mavis Jean Glanville in 1946 at Perth registered, WA, AUS.
|Mavis Jean Glanville b. b 1926|
Female, ID #37541, b. between 1875 and 1876
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationKate Cooper was born between 1875 and 1876; daughter ot William Cooper and Emily Packes, a fish hawker at the marriage of their daughter.
She married Thomas Uriah Glanville, son of William Glanville and Ellen Austin, on 28 November 1896 at Fremantle, WA, AUS, marrying as Tom Uriah Grandell, making his mark and naming parents as William Grandell and Ellen Austin.
Witnesses Charlotte Andrews, James Chestham?.
Tom's age recorded 23, hers 20.
Thomas Uriah Glanvalle Cooper
Male, ID #37542, b. 1896, d. 1896
|Father||Thomas Uriah Glanville (1871 - )|
|Mother||Kate Cooper (bt 1875 - 1876 - )|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationThomas Uriah Glanvalle Cooper was born illegitimate in 1896 at Fremantle, WA, AUS; birth registered with father Unknown, and mother named Kate Cooper.
He died in 1896 at Fremantle, WA, AUS; death registered as Thomas Uriah Glandell Cooper, age 8 weeks, father Unknown, mother Kate Cooper.
Stanley William Gartley
Male, ID #37543, b. 29 January 1912, d. 1 January 1974
Birth, Marriage and Death informationStanley William Gartley was born on 29 January 1912 at Oakville, Carleton Co., NB, CAN.
He married Margery Speer Glanville, daughter of John Henry Glanville and Annie Mae Speer, on 4 November 1936 at Richmond Corner, Carleton Co., NB, CAN, (4 November 1936 age calculated as 24 years, 9 months and 6 days.)
He died on 1 January 1974 at NB, CAN, (1 January 1974 age calculated as 61.)
He was buried at St Mark's Anglican Church Cemetery, Jackson Falls, Carleton Co., NB, CAN.
|Margery Speer Glanville b. 1920, d. 2011|
Male, ID #37544
Birth, Marriage and Death informationHe married Margery Speer Glanville, daughter of John Henry Glanville and Annie Mae Speer, after 1974 at CAN.
|Margery Speer Glanville b. 1920, d. 2011|
Kathleen Josephine Glanville
Female, ID #37545, b. 1924, d. 1999
|Father||John Henry Glanville (1888 - 1965)|
|Mother||Annie Mae Speer (bt 1887 - 1888 - 1980)|
Alternate NamesHer married name was Christie. Her married name was Libby. She was also known as Kay.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationKathleen Josephine Glanville was born in 1924 at CAN.
She married Donald Guildford Libby in 1944 at CAN (1944 age calculated as 20 years.)
She married John W. Christie after 1945 at CAN.
She died in 1999 at Perth, Victoria Co., NB, CAN.
She was buried at Melville Cemetery, Kincardine, Victoria Co., NB, CAN.
Other informationKathleen was married 2 times.
|Donald Guildford Libby b. b 1924|
|John W. Christie b. 1924, d. 1996|
Donald Guildford Libby
Male, ID #37546, b. before 1924
Birth, Marriage and Death informationDonald Guildford Libby was born before 1924.
He married Kathleen Josephine Glanville, daughter of John Henry Glanville and Annie Mae Speer, in 1944 at CAN.
|Kathleen Josephine Glanville b. 1924, d. 1999|
John W. Christie
Male, ID #37547, b. 1924, d. 1996
Birth, Marriage and Death informationJohn W. Christie was born in 1924.
He married Kathleen Josephine Glanville, daughter of John Henry Glanville and Annie Mae Speer, after 1945 at CAN.
He died in 1996 at NB, CAN.
He was buried at Melville Cemetery, Kincardine, Victoria Co., NB, CAN.
|Kathleen Josephine Glanville b. 1924, d. 1999|
Male, ID #37548, b. before 6 July 1668, d. July 1726
|Father||Nicholas Glanville (b 1630 - 1673)|
|Mother||Suzannah Burgyn (b 1633 - 1701)|
Birth, Marriage and Death informationEdward Glanville was born before 6 July 1668 at Crediton, DEV, ENG; The" Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville AD1050 to 1880", claim his parents John Glanville and Catherine nee Fortescue, and birth 16 Jun 1660 at Broad Hinton, but searches of the existing Broad Hinton registers find no such record.
He was baptized on 6 July 1668 at Holy Cross parish church, Crediton, DEV, ENG, Edward son of nicholas Glantfill y Susannah his wife. The Bishops Transcripts record the surname Glanville corrected to Glanfill.
He married Charity Tinkham on 24 August 1703 at St Andrews Parish Church, Ashburton, DEV, ENG, August
Edward Glanvill and Charity Tinkham were married ye 24.
The month names preceed the marriage records, but "October" written immediately adjacent to their marriage has mislead other transcribers to believe it was an October marriage.
He died in July 1726 at Ashburton, DEV, ENG; dated 1738 claimed in the Records of the Anglo Norman House of Glanville (no location) - but not found in the Ashburton registers of that year.
He was buried on 7 July 1726 at St Andrews Parish Church, Ashburton, DEV, ENG, Edward Glanvill buried Affidii (affadavit) made ye 7 by Mary Hill.
Other informationEdward's history prior to his marriage to Charity was unclear prior to DNA testing showing his true origin.
A descendant (David Bell) prior to the DNA discovery had published theories on website: https://glanville.maungawhau.net.nz/edward1.html
As websites can be transient in nature, I have taken the liberty of copying some of the pertinent information to here, with minor cosmetic edits...
It seems a John Glanville, gent, leased some land for 99 years to John Cole of Woodland in 1603. T he Coles have dealings with Gruits, Shipheards, Luscombes and properties called Warmstall, Pitleigh and Lawrence Lane. The 1712 lawsuit (naming Edward Glanville and a John Shipheard whose mother was Margaret Gruit) mentions many of these names. The Recs o.t. A-N H of G says that Edward Glanvill came to Ashburton acquiring land. It is possible that the contract in 1603 expired 99 years later and that Edward Glanville came to Ashburton in 1702 to take over that land as his inheritance. The John Glanville in question is most likely the son of Nicholas Glanville of Tavistock who died in 1598. The land in question would have been land next to the river Dart, around Furseleigh (based on other transactions by John Glanville). Nicholas Glanville had married Elizabeth Kedley, daughter of William Poynter als Kedley who owned land in Pridhamsleigh, not a stone's throw from Furseleigh. The land involved in the 1603 deal might have come to John Glanville via the Kedley family.
If this theory is true this would make Edward some sort of direct heir to John and therefore to Nicholas, the uncle of the John who became Speaker of the House of Commons.
But where was Edward before he came to Ashburton? That part is reasonably clear, if not proven.
A will by another Edward Glanvill written in Mary Tavy in 1654 (dying in 1656) mentions his brothers Tristram and Abel. Tristram Glanvill als Soper has two sons in Mary Tavy, Tristram and John, in 1625 and 1627 respectively. In 1680 an Edward Glanvill marries Katherine Eastlake in Plymouth. They go to live in Mary Tavy and name a son Tristram. No birth record exists for the Edward marrying in 1680 (or for Katherine), but it is reasonable to suppose he is the son of the younger Tristram, or perhaps of John. In 1657 a son is born to Tristram but the name of the boy is obliterated. While we believe that name to have been Edward a caveat is that the space in which the name was written is too small for Edward and the vicar in whose handwriting it is, was not given to abbreviations.
By the early 1690's all of Edward's family except possibly two had died including his wife in 1690. There is no record of Edward remarrying, or dying in Mary Tavy or anywhere else - except perhaps Ashburton. To summarize, we have a widowed Edward in Mary Tavy who disappears sometime after 1690. In Ashburton we have an Edward who appears from nowhere and marries in 1703 and dies in 1726. If he indeed was born in 1657 then he would have died age 69. Incidentally his grandson Richard b 1735 also disappeared from one place and reappeared in another with a new wife, and also married in St Andrew, Plymouth.
In another parallel curiosity, Richard had excellent handwriting, or at least an excellent signature. We know this because it appears on his marriage licence to Sarah, and on other documents where he was a witness. The signature was consistent across documents. In the 1712 lawsuit Edward Glanvill signs his name. This is the case because the other signatory has an X (making his Mark)
In 1880 William Urmston Searle Glanville-Richards published an extensive history of the Glanville family extending from modern times back to the Normans (Rec o.t. A-N H of G). While we have doubts as to the authenticity of some aspects of his account the amount of work involved is prodigious especially in an era before computers, the internet, easy transportation etc. It is also a remarkable and surprising feat for someone so young (he was born in 1856). Much of his accomplishment had to have been through assembling prior efforts rather than first hand research, there simply wasn't time otherwise.
Why did he undertake this effort? Perhaps he was commissioned to do so. With a name like his, heavily laced with ancestral references (Urmston, Searle, Glanville, Richards), it perhaps was a family obsession. Assuming he has his own immediate tree correct, he and I first share a common ancestor in the Richard born 1704, who married Elizabeth Sainthill. Urmston is a man who goes to the trouble of assembling a vast history of the Glanville family with a heavy emphasis on the (relatively) rich and famous branches of it, and he faced the same problem we do today: where did Richard's father come from?
His answer is that Edward was a son of John Glanvill and Katherine Fortescue, married 1653. John's father was the famous and very rich Sir John Glanville, Speaker of the House. So Urmston's theory is a very convenient answer for those seeking descendancy from greatness.
Is there any truth in Urmston's claim? It clearly is the crux of his 200 page book. There is no reason to doubt Urmston's descendancy from Edward (married 1703) and no reason to doubt his ancestry of John (married 1653) but the connection between these two is implausible. John and Katherine had three children, two daughters and a son John who died childless. They also had a son Edmund christened 25 January 1660/1 in Chippenham Wiltshire, but that son died in 1666. Urmston cited Edward's birth as 16 June 1660, which may have been a transcription error for 16 January 1660 which might indeed have been Edmund's birth date. The names Edmund and Edward were somewhat interchangeable in that era, but little Edmund was clearly named after Katherine's father and it seems unlikely (to me) that it would have morphed casually to Edward. But in any case Edmund died. One could imagine that after Edmund's death John and Katherine might have called a subsequent son Edward but there is no record of such a son, and Urmston says Edward was born in 1660.
If Edward was (somehow) the son of John and Katherine then he must have been severely disowned by his parents. His putative brother was married in St Paul's Cathedral and left an extensive will in 1715 which makes no mention of anyone related to Ashburton. This was a very wealthy family. Edward of Ashburton was a husbandman who was mixed up in a lawsuit in which he describes visiting William Browne in jail to collect the 15 pounds owed him and being briefly detained there.
Urmston's theory is laughable and deserves no attention here - except that so many genealogists seem to have accepted Urmston's theory at face value. There is a very real danger that Urmston's claim will be accepted for generations to come if the problems with his claim are not understood.
In 1891 Urmston was convicted of defacing a book in the British Library. It would appear that he was doing work for hire on someone else's family and was trying to improve the family line.
Note: 16 FEB 1891: The Times p13 reported he was charged on remand at Bow Street - his address given as Sherwell Cottage, Old Lairn Road, Plymouth. At this time he was committed for trial. He was charged with damaging manuscripts in the British Museum by altering pedigrees, adding the name Leete to the family of Avenel and was paid between ï¿½20 and ï¿½30 for research by Joseph Leete. He was found guilty and sentenced to two months without hard labour. The following posting was in soc.genealogy.medieval in response to a query about the Glanville "Earls of Suffolk", which is written about by Wm. Urmston S. Glanville-Richards, Esq. in 'Records of the Anglo Norman House of Glanville from AD 1050 to 1880', who describes three "Earls of Suffolk", which is totally false, and is described as "a classic example of 19th century antiquarian mayhem - built from a mass of unquestionably invaluable Glanville source material assembled into a dismally ill-considered narrative/pedigree. (The most blatant and - because it is so patently berserk - ultimately least crucial example being his persistently calling Ran(d)ulph, William and Gilbert de Glanville the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 'Earls of Suffolk' when no such earldom existed). [Christopher Nash, 1 Sep 1998 posting to soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup]".
This must be a worrisome turn of events for anyone taking Urmston's own family tree at face value. The man who wrote the preface to Urmston's book even takes him to task for sloppy research!
It's a fair bet that Urmston did know about little Edmund - the date 16 June 1660 is unnecessarily specific if he was inventing out of thin air. If Theory 1 is correct it also matches his actual age more or less. Urmston has Edward dying in 1738 which is a real puzzle. Why would he make that date up when he had no need to? If his goal was simply to tie his own family tree to the rich and famous Glanvilles one can see why he might cite little Edmund's actual birth (hoping no-one will find the death), but why mention a death date, especially when the true date, 1726, is in the Ashburton registers . Knowing his penchant for falsification, could he be responsible for the missing first name in 1657? (To be fair there is no evidence he knew about the possible relevance of Mary Tavy, but see below about the footnote).
In a footnote in respect of Emma Courtney who marries a John Glanville about 1481 or so, Urmston writes, a little disarmingly, that all he knows of Emma he learned from a family chronology of "Miss Elizabeth Glanville of Ashburton". This surely is a smoking gun. He does not say who this lady is (and for what follows it does not matter) but surely it must be the lady who died in 1840, sister to Joanna Adams. But whoever this Elizabeth was, we are to believe she had a family tree going back at least to the 1400's? There are three possibilities.
First of all it is possible that the existence of the chronology is pure fiction. But if so, why mention it at all? The footnote was not at all essential to his pedigree.
Second, perhaps Elizabeth's tree existed and corroborates the account Urmston gives of Edward's ancestry. If so why not reference Elizabeth's account to vouch for Edward's parentage? And if Elizabeth's account did not corroborate Urmston's story, why mention its existence?
A third possibility is that Elizabeth did have a tree but it started earlier than 1660 and dealt with the ancient Glanville family. To me this is the only explanation that makes any sense. Elizabeth's tree could have been her primary research (in which case why did it not address Edward's parentage?), or a reproduction of some earlier Glanville study not necessarily tied to her roots. If it was a reproduction of an earlier study, why did Urmston need to rely on her for the Emma Courtney reference? And who owned Elizabeth's tree in 1880, and why did he not cite the then current owner? A possible answer is that a contemporary of Elizabeth saw her tree and combined it with his own. Perhaps Urmston plagiarized that work in 1880 explaining how he was able to do so much, so quickly.
For a clue as to who that earlier researcher might have been we need only think about Urmston's own tree. Urmston's last name was Glanville-Richards. His father was William Glanville Richards (no hyphen). His grandfather, William Richards (no Glanville), married Susanna Taylor (born 1804 in Ashburton) whose mother was a Glanville. William and Susanna gave both of their children (b 1830 and 1848) a middle name of Glanville, Susanna's mother's maiden name.
(The normal practice would be to give a child a middle name of Taylor). So someone in this family was obsessed with maintaining the connection with the Glanville family.
Susanna's mother (Susanna Glanville b 1774) might well have been alive even in 1848. She gave her son Thomas a middle name of Glanville. Whoever it was passed the obsession along because Urmston gets a hyphenated name which is pure pretension.
Our Edward Glanville was a key witness in a lawsuit in 1712. Walter Shipheard (of Pitleigh Farm and Warmstable and cousin to Jane Gruit, presumed mother of Edward's daughter in law) was involved. Warmstable had been owned Walter Gruit. Warmstable appears to be in the neighborhood of Furseleigh. In the will of Edward Glanvill of Mary Tavy in 1654 he mentions "Gruite's Rest". The other locations he mentions are all in Mary Tavy, Tamerton Foliot, St Ive and St Cleer, Cornwall. The will never mentions Ashburton. So it is likely that Gruites Rest is in the Mary Tavy locale, though we can find no reference to it. It would make sense though that this Edward might know Gruit and Warmstable ("Warm Stable"?). If our Edward was a carriageman/carrier it would make sense that he might make use of stables and "rests". Maybe Warmstable was known as Gruites Rest. Whenever our Edward was born, he cannot have known Edward d 1656. The will of 1654 makes no mention of Edward having children or wife, only his two brothers Tristram and Abel. Nor does he refer to "als Soper" though this is how Tristram is recorded in the registers. (There are two other Glanville "als Sopers". A John ("of Northlew") marries Margaret Turner in 1612 and an Agnes marries in 1672).
Male, ID #37550, b. before 1934, d. before 2023
Birth, Marriage and Death informationThomas Glanville was born before 1934.
He married Rose Marie Williamson on 8 May 1954 at Eau Claire, WI, USA.
He died before 2023.
Rose Marie Williamson
Female, ID #37551, b. 16 April 1935, d. 17 August 2023
Alternate NamesHer married name was Glanville.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationRose Marie Williamson was born on 16 April 1935 at Eau Claire, WI, USA.
She married Thomas Glanville on 8 May 1954 at Eau Claire, WI, USA, (8 May 1954 age calculated as 19 years and 22 days.)
She died on 17 August 2023 at Shell Rock, IA, USA, (17 August 2023 age calculated as 88); with obituary:
Rose Marie Glanville, age 88, of Shell Rock, Iowa, died Thursday, August 17, 2023, at her home surrounded by her loved ones.
Rose was born on April 16, 1935, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the daughter of Walter and Elenore (Johnson) Williamson. She was raised in Eau Claire and graduated from Eau Claire High School in 1953. On May 8, 1954, Rose was united in marriage to Thomas Glanville in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The couple would make their home in Shell Rock where Rose raised her family. She also worked for Power Industries in Waterloo, Iowa and as a housekeeper at Red Fox Inn in Waverly, Iowa.
Rose was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in Shell Rock. Rose's greatest enjoyment in life was her grandkids. She was known as the baby whisperer, whenever she was given a crying baby, they would quit crying. Rose also liked sewing, knitting, baking, cooking, gardening and fishing.
Rose's memory is honored by: three children, David Glanville of Waterloo, Kevin (Edie) Glanville of Eau Claire, and Julie Glanville of Waterloo; nine grandchildren, Adam (Kristin) Sergeant, Stacey (Jose) Sergeant, Aaron Glanville, Corey (Sierra) Glanville, Brittney (Shane) Glanville, Usman Hameed, Jasmine (Michelle) Khan, Luqman Hameed, and Meleah Hameed; twelve great-grandchildren; sister, Shirley (Don) Webber of Chippewa, Wisconsin; and two brothers, Joseph (Carolyn) Williamson of Eau Claire and Jerry (Shelly) Williamson of Augusta, Wisconsin. She was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband; daughter, Deb Sergeant; great-grandchildren, Jayden and Jordan Hameed; two sisters, Karen Kappus and Mary Bungartz; a brother, Charlie Williamson; and longtime companion, Paul Strausser.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, August 22, at Faith Lutheran Church in Shell Rock from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, August 22, at Faith Lutheran Church with Pastor Joel Becker officiating. Burial will follow at Riverside Cemetery in Shell Rock. Memorials may be directed to Rose's family and online condolences may be left at www.kaisercorson.com. Kaiser-Corson Funeral Home in Shell Rock is assisting the family with arrangements 319-885-4321. Special thank you to neighbor Lynn Bibler for helping Rose through the years.
Published by Waverly Democrat on Aug. 22, 2023.
Debra Kay Glanville
Female, ID #37552, b. 4 February 1955, d. 24 February 2023
|Father||Thomas Glanville (b 1934 - b 2023)|
|Mother||Rose Marie Williamson (1935 - 2023)|
Alternate NamesHer married name was Sergeant.
Birth, Marriage and Death informationDebra Kay Glanville was born on 4 February 1955 at Eau Claire, WI, USA.
She married Steven Sergeant on 9 September 1973 at Good Shepherd Church, Waterloo, IA, USA, (9 September 1973 age calculated as 18 years, 7 months and 5 days.)
She died on 24 February 2023 at Unity Point Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, IA, the USA, (24 February 2023 age calculated as 68); with obituary:
Debra Kay Sergeant, age 68, of Waterloo, Iowa, died Thursday, February 23, 2023, at Unity Point Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo, surrounded by her family.
Deb was born on February 4, 1955, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, the daughter of Tom and Rose (Williamson) Glanville. On September 9, 1973, Deb was united in marriage to Steven Sergeant at Good Shepherd Church in Waterloo after graduating from Waterloo East High School. The couple lived in Washington D.C. for six years while Steven served in the United States Air Force. During this time, they welcomed their two children into their lives, Adam and Stacy. After returning to Waterloo, Deb worked for the Home Shopping Network in Waterloo, Black Hawk Hotel in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and for thirteen years was a care taker for her husband Steve, after his stroke.
Family was everything to Deb, she was a great listener and welcomed everyone into her home. In her spare time she enjoyed cross stitch, watching TLC and CNN, playing hidden objects computer game, and gardening.
Deb’s memory is honored by her mother, Rose Glanville of Shell Rock, Iowa; a son, Adam Sergeant of Sidney, Montana; daughter, Stacy Sergeant of Sidney, Montana; three grandchildren, Gage and Halie Knight and Emma Severson; a sister, Julie Glanville of Waterloo; and two brothers, Dave Glanville of Waterloo and Kevin (Eddie) Glanville of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She was preceded in death by her father and her husband.
Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, February 27, 2023, at Faith Lutheran Church in Shell Rock with Pastor Joel Becker officiating. Burial will follow in the Riverside Cemetery in Shell Rock. Visitation will be held an hour prior to the services at the church on Monday.
|Steven Sergeant b. b 1953, d. b 2023|