The distribution of the surname, including variant spellings from the 1881 census is shown on the map.
The deeper colour density represents a higher population of Glanvilles per 100,000 head of population,
and the light colours represent a lower population density within the base population.
under 5 Glanvilles per 100,000 head of population
are not analysed
It should not be assumed that the Glanville population was evenly distributed within each county.
In those counties containing major centres of population such as Manchester in
Lancashire and London in Middlesex, Surrey and Kent, the population is focussed in those centres.
The basis for this depiction is developed in the following sections of this webpage. The source material
was the transcription of the 1881 census.
The population of England and Wales in 1881 was 25,974,439.