Glanvilles in "The Times" Newspaper

    
 

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This page holds transcripts of unidentified occurrences of the name Glanvill(e) in The Times Newspaper of London England.
Thomson Gale made information available in a free trial 10-16 April 2005 to celebrate National Library Week. Copyrights still apply and recognised.
Time Online Archive made information freely available in June 2008 for a limited period. Copyrights apply and recognised.

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The Times Newspaper

18 Nov 1794 p1. Western Dispensary, Charles Street, Westminster. A special general court will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 19, for the election of a Secretary to this Charity, and in other Affairs. The ballot will commence at Ten and finally close at Three. Edward Glanville, Jun. Sec. pro temp.

16 Jul 1821 p2. Westminster Abbey - Coronation. Messrs Glanville and Co. have, by permission of the Dean and Chapter, fitted up (according to ancient usage) all those parts within the Abbey that have from time immemorial been accounted their privilege. The Seats are arranged in the side aisles on each side of the platform ... ... ...
Messrs Glanville and Co.'s office, against the North side of the Abbey itself, is open from ten till four o'clock each day. The seats are going off rapidly.

12 Nov 1832 p3. Rev Mr Glanville, minister of the Baptist Congregation at Wantage was opposed in Berkshire Elections by a Mr Chitty. He was appointed to the situation by the church, holding it the last five or six years, and he received rents from lands at Inkpen appropriated for the Baptist church at Wantage. Claim admitted.

11 Nov 1835 p4. Mr Thomas William Glanville, house surgeon at Middlesex Hospital made a deposition in a trial.

9 Jun 1839 p2. Mr Glanvill of 3 Pedlaer's acre, Lambeth was involved in the sale of a 21yr lease on a dwelling house of 10 rooms at York Placve near Camberwell Green on the high road to Dulwich.

29 Feb 1844 p7. James Glanville placed at the bar Bow Street charged with stealing a number of books, property of Mr Bohm, York Street his master

13 Oct 1845 p8. Degree conferred B.A. Sidney College Cambridge to Henry Rolls Glanville

8 Jul 1848 p8. Dockyard Volunteers listed, included Thomas Glanvile, gent.

28 Nov 1851 p8. Oxford University, Bachelors of Arts included H.C. Glanville, Exeter

4 Feb 1854 p12. Naval Intelligence. Portsmouth, Feb 3. The Boscawen, 70, Captain Glanville, flag of Rear-Admiral Fanshawe, arrived at Spithead this morning from the eastward, to complete her complement.

22 May 1868 p11. Royal College of Surgeons, admitted members at a meeting of the Court of Examiners on the 20th inst. John Glanvile, Wedmore, Somerset of St Bartholomew's Hospital

16 Oct 1869 p1. Miss Ellen Glanville will sing, at Greenwich, October 18th; Tottenham, 23d; Southampton (Mr Ellis Roberts's entertainment), Nov 23; Burdett hall 16th. All letters to be addressed 2 Percy Terrace, Ladbroke Grove Road, Notting Hill, W.

21 Aug 1875 p11. Florence Glanville at Clerkenwell, co-defendent with George Hovell. Described herself as actress, aged 32 living Derby Street, Kings-Cross for some months as his wife. Charged on remand for stealing two portmanteaus value £90 10s. Both fully committed for trial.

3 Nov 1875 p11. Surrey Sessions of 2 Nov. Ellen Rye, 24 and Sarah Burnwell 42 were found guilty and sentenced for stealing a watch and chain from a William Glanville who lived in Hackney. He had gone into a public house in the Borough, near London Bridge on his way home, got into conversation with the two, resulting in his going home with them, having some beer, and becoming stupefied. He awoke in time to prevent them stealing his money too, and they were apprehended.. The prisoners were found to have previous convictions.

1 Feb 1877 p7. Fire at manufactory of Messrs Tull, Glanvill, and Co., kamptulicon floor cloth manufacturers, John Street, Roupell Street, Lambeth. Two floors 30ft long and 40 ft broad completely burnt out.

17 Jul 1879 p4. Mr Glanvill was named as chief officer, second in command of the His Majesty's ship Arethusa at the South Eastern Circuit Assizes, in a trial over two boys accussed of conspiring together to set fire to the vessel.Arethusa was a ship for the reception of poor boys intended to be trained for the Navy.

24 sep 1881 p1. Partnerships Dissolved. E. H. and W Glanville and Co., Ewelme, Oxon, brick manufacturers

18 Jan 1883 p13. List of Brokers of City of London. Glanvill, Henry. 10 Angel Court

6 Oct 1888 p12. Notices of Dividends. Glanville, Johnson, Penzance, innkeeper - first and final div. of 2s 5d., Oct 15, Official Receiver's office, Truro

13 Dec 1888 p10. Yesterday afternoon, at five minutes past 1, a serious fire broke out at 13, Upper Bland Street, Great Dover Street, upon the premises of Messrs. Glanvill and Co. linoleum manufacturers. It originated from an unknown cause in a building of one floor, about 70ft. by 25ft, used as the printing room. This was eventually gutted.

13 Oct 1891 p4. Eliza Glanville, 14, a domestic servant gave evidence at the Teddington Sessions when two men where charged with conspiracy to defraud an insurance company. It is probable she resided at The Rocks, Bedfont, Middx.

24 Oct 1893 p3. Thomas L Glanville, Charing Cross Hospital was amongst those passing the first examination of the board of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons

6 Nov 1897 p14. Partnerships dissolved. RW Glanville and HN Hickman, manufacturers of gun cleaning preparations and oils, Maryland Squre and Forest Lane Stratford E, under the style of Glanville and Hickman

24 Jul 1900 p14. At Southwark 11 boys aged 12 to 16 charged with stealing and receiving £3 3s 3d. Included Frederick Glanville. Glanville released on parent's bail to bring up for judgement if called upon

28 Oct 1902 p1. Births - 26 Oct at 6 Carlingford Road, Hampstead, a son to S J Glanville

17 Sep 1903 p5. Appointments. Royal Army Medical Corps, EM Glanvill M.B., Lieutenant under probation

6 Sep 1905 p9. Partnerships Dissolved. A Glanville and E M Skinner, photographers, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, under the style of Glanville and Skinner

26 Aug 1908 p12. Bankruptcy Act. Adjudications. Frank Glanvill lately carrying out business as D.E. and F. Glanvill, Sheffield, lately wine merchant, now out of business

4 Feb 1909 p4. Report of nearly 200yr old custom at Wotton, Dorking, Surrey. Bequest in Will of William Glanvill that 5 prayer boys were each to receive 40s, provided that on morning of Feb 2 they should recite from memory the Lord's Prayer, Ten Commandments, Apostles' Creed, 15th Chapter of First Epistle to Corinthians and write from dictation two verses of the latter. Age limit was 12 to 14, and any boy can only succeed once.

21 Oct 1911 p12. Dr William Glanville of Heath Street Hampstead named in Inquest into death of 15yr old girl during operation on adenoids. Dr Glanville operated. Death by Misadventure verdict

3 Jan 1913 p1. Deaths. Edith Rosalind Glanvill, died on 1 Jan at Brighton, of 38 Evelyn Gardens, S.W. Interred Extra Mural Cemetery, Brighton.

13 Nov 1914 p10. Expeditionary Force, Killed. Capt. E.M. Glanvill, R.A.M.C.

24 Jun 1919 p4. Decree Nisi made Absolute. Collard v. Collard and Glanvill

13 Jan 1923 p10. L. H. A. Glanvill passed the Final Examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. It would appear LHA Glanville lived/worked in Birmingham

9 Apr 1927 p4. Application at Bankruptcy Court on behalf of Henry James Glanville, partner in the firm of Pinto Leite and Nephews, of 23 Moorgate, E.C. also Manchester and Liverpool. Firm failed March 1926, founded 1868, partner from 1892. Discharge would be granted subject to a nominal suspension of four weeks.

26 Oct 1928 p28. Royal College of Physicians, licentiates admitted. R. Glanvill of Guys medical school

3 Jul 1933 p19. Birmingham University, degree LL.B. with honours C.J.S. Glanvill

 

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