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Pedigree of Glanville

Ivar, Jarl of the Uplanders of Norway. [fn 156]
|
+-Eisten Glumra
  |
  +- Rognavald, Jarl of More, Ancestor of the Jarls of Normandy and Kings of England A.D. 863.
  |   (see 'History of the House of Arundel,' by J. Pym Yeatman, page 70)
  |
  +- Malahule (Halduc de Tresney), accompanied his nephew Rollo, 1st Duke of Normandy, to the
      Conquest A.D. 912.
     |
     +- Hugh, Sire de Cavalcamp.
     |  |
     |  +- Hugh, Archbishop of Rouen 940-989. Gave Toesni to his brother Ralph.
     |  |
     |  +- Ralph, Lord of Toesni.
     |
     +- Richard de St Sauveur, Viscount of the Contentin A.D. 933. Had grant of half the Isles of
     |   La Marche from Rollo. Founded the Chapel of St Sauveur-le-Viscount in 912.
     |  |
     |  +- Niel de St Sauveur, II. Viscount of the Cotentin. Had half of the Isles of La Marche.
     |     |
     |     +- Roger De St Sauveur, III. Viscount of the Cotentin.
     |        |
     |        A
     |
     +-Ralph, Count of Bayeaux, imprisoned by Duke William I. of Normandy. Had half the Isles of 
        La Marche.
       |
       +- Anschiteel de Toesni, Lord of the Isles of La Marche. Living 942.
       |
       +- Walter de Espaine.
       |
       +- Balso de Espaine. Called Bothon the Short. Of Bayeux.
          + Poppa, da. of Berenger, Count of Bayeux and widow of Rollo, Duke of Normandy.
          |
          +- Ranulph, Viscount of Bayeux 1045.
             + Alice, da. of Richard, III. Duke of Normandy.
             |
             B

A
|
+- Niel (or Nigel) de St Sauveur, IV. Viscount of the Cotentin, ff. A.D. 998. Became a Monk of St
|   Michael's Mount. Ob. 1045.
|  |
|  +- Mauger.
|  |  + Sister of Robert, Duke of Normandy.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Eudes, Steward of England, Viscount of the Cotentin 1094. Gave the territory to St Martin
|  |      at Tours. His charter was witnessed by Ranulph de Glanville in 1081.
|  |
|  +- Richard.
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc
|  |
|  +- Niel (or Nigel) de St Sauveur, V. Viscount of the Cotentin 1040. Quarrelled with Ranulph,
|      Count of Bayeux, about the Isles of La March.  Banished 1045. Found the Monastery of St
|      Sauveur in 1080.  Nigel de Glanville witnessed his charter as "de familia mea" to Marmoutier
|      in 1042 and again in 1060.
|     + Adela, da. of Geoffrey, Earl of Eu.
|     |
|     +- William de Albina.
|     |
|     +- Emma.
|     |
|     +- Belinda.
|     |
|     +- Matilda.
|     |
|     +- William.
|     |
|     +- Gerard.
|     |
|     +- Roger.
|
+- Hamon aux Dents. Leader with his bro. Niel to place Guy, Duke of Burgundy on the throne.
   + Godchild, da. of . . . .
   |
   +- Richard de Belfoi, Lord of Granville of Glanville.
      |
      +- Nigel (or Niel) de Glanville.  Witnessed the charter of Nigel de St Sauveur to Marmoutier
      |   as "de familia mea". Living 1060.
      |
      +- Rainald de Glanville, Sire de Glanville. "Rogerius de Mowbray dedit Sanctae Trinitati 
          illam terram quam habebat in GRANVILLA pro filia sua. Ibi facta monacha Testes sunt
          hujus rei Drogo de Sancto Vigore et Rainaldus de Glanvilla". Witnessed a charter in 
          1054 to the Abbey of Mount St Michael.
         |
         +- Ranulph de Glanville, Sire de Glanville, one of the Commanders of the Archers du Val
         |   du Real and Bretheul at the Battle of Hastings 1066.
         |  + Flandrina, da. of . . . . 
         |  |
         |  +- Sir Robert de Glanville. Held Knight's fee at the Great Survey, 1086, in Norfolk
         |  |   and Suffolk.
         |  |
         |  +- Walter de Glanville.
         |  |
         |  +- Sir Hervey de Glanville, Chamberlain to King Stephen. Commanded the Men of Norfolk
         |  |   and Suffolk at the Siege of Lisbon in 1147.  Alive in 1150. [fn 157]
         |  |  + Domina Matilda (vide Lib. de Castleacra).
         |  |  |
         |  |  C
         |  |  
         |  +- William de Glanville, Earl Glanville, I. Baron de Bromholm and Bacton, co. Norf.
         |     Founded and endowed Bromholm Priory A.D. 1113.
         |    + Beatrix de Sackville, co-heiress with her sister Agnes.
         |    |
         |    D
         |
         +- William de Glanville, Dean and Archdeacon of Liseaux, Normandy, 1077.


Sackville
---------
Herbranus de Sackville. Came into England 1079.
|
+- Sir William de Sackville, Lord of Brackstead-Nayland and Mount Bures, co. Essex.
|  + Alreda da. of . . . .
|  |
|  +- Beatrix de Sackville. (see above)
|  |
|  +- Agnes.
|
+- Sir J. de Sackville.
|
+- Sir Robert de Sackville, Ancestor of the Dukes of Dorset, etc.


B
|
+- Ranulph, Viscount of Bayeux 1045.
   + Maud, da. of Richard Goz, Lord of Avranches.
   |
   +- Ranulph, Earl of Chester. (Some authorities affirm that Ranulph de Glanville held the
       Earldom of Chester.)


C
|
+- Sir Ranulph de Glanville, Feudal Baron of Benhall, Leiston Baudsey, and Richmond Castle,
|   and Honor, Co. York; Treasurer of England, Earl of Suffolk, LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF
|   ENGLAND 1180, Sheriff of many Counties, Dapifer to HenryII.; captured William the Lion,
|   King of Scotland; Founded and endowed Leiston Abbey, Butley Priory and Somersham 
|   Hospital; Author of the 'Antient Laws and Customs of England;' Chief Minister to Hen.
|   II., Ambassador to France and Wales; joined the Crusades and died before the walls of
|   Acra 1191.
|  + Bertha, da. of Theobald de Valoins, Baron of Parham, co. Suffolk. Descended from Peter
|  |  de Valoins and Alredra his wife. [see page 45.]
|  |
|  AA
|
E


D
|
+- Sir Bartholomew de Glanville, Viscount of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1169-1175. Governor of
|   Oreford Castle, 1167. Benefactor to Bromholm Priory. II. Baron of Bromholm.
|  + Isabella, da. of . . . . De Berking
|  |
|  +- William de Glanville, III. Baron of Bromholm. Granted a charter to Bromholm Priory.
|  |   Ob. 1234
|  |  + Dionysia, da. of Sir John de Berking.
|  |  |
|  |  +- s.p.
|  |
|  +- Sir Geoffrey de Glanville. IV. Baron of Bromholm.  Succeeded his brother 1234.
|      Granted a deed of Confirmation to Bromholm Priory. [see pages 11,12,13 etc.]
|     + Margaret, da. of Sir Geoffrey de-la-Haye.
|
+- Matilda de Glanville.
   + Edmund Paston of Paston, in the Lordship of Bromholm, which he held of the Glanvilles.
   |
   +- The Pastons of Paston, co. Norfolk.


Lodnes
------
Goceline de Lodnes, Lord of Loddon, co. Norfolk, 1110.
|
+-Jeffrey de Lodnes, Lord of Loddon, temp. Henry I.
  |
  +- Jordan de Lodnes, Lord of Loddon.
     |
     +- Ralph de Lodnes.
        |
        +- Geoffrey de Lodnes, Lord of Loddon 1209. (see below)


E
|
+- Gina de Glanville. [see page 56.]
|  + Alfred de Murions, 1 husband.
|  |
|  +- 1. Gaufrey.
|  |
|  +- 2. Roger, living II John.
|
|  + Adam de Bianney. 2 husband.
|    |
|    +- Adam de Bianney, living II John.
|
+- Alicia de Glanville. Held lands in Ratelesden, Norfolk. [see page 56.]
|  + Geoffrey de Lodnes. [see above]
|
+- William de Glanville (married a daughter of William, 2nd Earl of Surrey, and granddaughter
|   of William the Conqueror). [see page 56.]
|  |
|  +- Agnes de Glanville, sole heiress to her father and also to her uncle Sir Roger de
|      Glanville. [see pages 56, 57.]
|     + Sir Robert de Creke, Lord of North Creake, co. Norfolk, 1190.
|     |
|     +- Sir Bartholomew de Creke, living 1219. Gave lands to St Osyth's, Essex, for the
|     |   soul of his mother's grandfather, Hervey de Glanville. [see page 57.]
|     |  + Margaret, da. and h. of Geoffrey de Amos.
|     |  |
|     |  +- 1. Sir Robert de Creke, 38 Hen. III., ob. s.p.
|     |  |
|     |  +- 2. Geoffrey de Creke, ob. s.p.
|     |  |
|     |  +- 3. John de Creke, ob. s.p.
|     |  |
|     |  +- 4. Sarah de Creke, mar. Roger Fitz Osbert.
|     |
|     +- Margaret de Creke, mar. Sir John de Thorpe. [see page 57.]
|     | 
|     +- Isabel de Creke, mar. John de Valoins, Lord of Hickley, co. Suffolk.
|        |
|        +- Robert de Valoins.
|
+- Sir Hervey de Glanville, Benefactor to Butley Priory, founded by his brother 1171.  Held
|   one knight's fee of the See of Ely.  Witness, with his brother Ranulph, Viscount of
|   Yorkshire, to a charter of "Bertrami de Bulemen," 31 henry II., A.D. 1185. Also
|   called "Herveus fil. Hervei" (vide Dodsworth MS. IV., fol. 36b and 37). [see pages 65,66.]
|  + Maud or Matilda, da of Theobald de Valoins, Lord of Parham, co. Suffolk.
|  | 
|  +- Theobald.  He assumed the name of "Botiller," from his office. He and Ranulph de
|  |   Glanville had large grants of land in Limerick from Prince John. Ob. 1206
|  |  + Matilda Vavasour.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Theobald, Ancestor of the Butlers, Earls of Ormonde.
|  |
|  +- Hubert Walter, Chaplain to Ranulph de Glanville, L.C.J., and afterwards Archbishop
|  |   of Canterbury. Gilbert de Glanville, Bp. of Rochester, witnessed his will.
|  |
|  +- Hamon and others.
|  |
|  +- Hervey, probable Ancestor of the noble family of Hervey.
|
+- Alexander de Glanville, Prior of Rochester.
|
+- Robert de Glanville. Held three knight's fees. [see page 26.]
|
+-Stephen de Glanville, Benefactor to Bromholm, and a witness to the grant of Hervey to
|  Butley Priory. [see page 60.]
| + ... da. of Warine, Lord Mountchensy, by his wife Agnes, da. of Lord Fitzjohn, who was
| | aged 60 in 30 Henry II.
| | 
| + etc
|
+- Gilbert de Glanville, Archdeacon of Liseaux, Bishop of Rochester 1185. A Baron of
|   the Exchequer, a Justiciary in Kent and other Counties, afterwards Lord Chief
|   Justice of England. Died 24 June 1214, and buried in Rochester Cathedral.
|
+- Adam de Glanville, a Justiciary 1184. Held lands in Essex of the King in capite.
|   [see pages 63,64]
|  + ... da. of ...
|  |
|  +- William de Glanville, Lord of Glanville's Laver, co. Essex, 1259. [see page 64.]
|     |
G     H


H
|
+- Sir Walter de Glanville, Lord of Glanville's Laver, Essex, ob. 1329. [fn 158]
   |
   +- Geoffrey de Glanville, Lord of Glanville's Laver. [see pages 64,64.]
   |  + . . . . da. of . . . .
   |  |
   |  +- Alice de Glanville, heiress.  Ob. 1342.
   |     + John Naylinghurst, Lord of Glanville's Laver, co. Essex.
   |     |
   |     +- A quo Naylinghursts.
   |
   +- Margaret de Glanville.
   |  + Stephen Alistre.
   |  |
   |  +- etc
   |
   +- Ellen de Glanville.
      + Sir Thomas Astleigh, Lord of Estleigh in 1263.
      |
      +- A quo Astleys [see page 64.]


G
|
+- Sir Roger de Glanville, Baron of the Exchequer 1174, Viscount of
|   Northumberland 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 Henry II., and 1 Rich I.
|   Witnessed a charter of Bartholomew de Glanville to Bromholm de
|   Glanville to Bromholm, and a deed of Henry de Glanville, Lord of
|   Wooton Glanville, co. Dorset.  Accompanied Richard I. to the Crusade.
|   Lord of Middleton in Suffolk.  Ob. s.p. [see pages 57 to 60.]
|  + Christian, 1 wife.
|  + The Countess Gundreda, who with her husband founded and endowed
|     Bungay Priory. 1160. 2 wife.
|
+- Sir Gerard de Glanville, a Baron of England at the Coronation of
    Rich. I. A Benefactor to the Abbey of Welbeck.
   + Matilda, d. and h. of Sir Adam Fitzswain, founder of Monks Bretton
   |  Priory, Yorks. 1 wife.
   |
   +- etc
 
   + Emma, da. of Thomas de Cukeney, of Welbeck Abbey, temp. Hen. II.
   |  [see page 67.] 2 wife.
   |
   BB


Fitz Robert
-----------
+- Alan Earl of Richmond. Gave Middleham to his brother Ribald.
|
+- Ribald, Lord of Middleham.
   |
   +- Ranulph, Lord of Middleham.
      + Agatha, da. of Robert de Bruce.
      |
      +- Robert Fitz Ralph, Lord of Middleham. (see below)


AA
|
+- William de Glanville, II. Earl of Suffolk. A Justiciary 1196. A Benefactor
|   to his father's Abbey of Leiston.  Ob. 1228, and buried at Butley [see page 45.]
|  |
|  I
|
+- Matilda de Glanville, mar. (2) Roger de Tudenham [ see pages 53,54.]
|  + Sir William de Auberville
|  |
|  +- Hugo de Auberville, s. and h.
|     |
|     +- William de Auberville, s. and h.
|        |
|        +- Johanna de Auberville, heiress.
|           + Nicholas Kyriell.
|           |
|           +- Nicholas Kyriell.
|              + Margaret, da. of Lord Geoffrey Pecche.
|                |
|                +- Elizabth Kyriell, heiress.
|                   + John Pakenham. Ob ante 10 Edw. II.
|
+- Amabel de Glanville. Ob. before 6 Rich I. [see page 54.]
|  + Sir Ralph de Arderne,a Justiciary, Viscount of Hereford 1184-1189.
|  |
|  J
|
+- Helwisa de Glanville, Lady of Coverham, Yorks. [see pages 54,55.]
|  + Robert Fitz Ralph, Lord of Middleham. (see above)
|  |
|  K
|
+- Osbert de Glanville, a Justiciary 1182-1189. Witness to the L.C.J.'s grant
|   to Butley Priory. [see page 53.]
|
+- Gilbert de Glanville. Held three knight's fees of St Edmund.

  
J
|
+- Thomas de Arderne, s. and h. Living 14 John.
   |
   +- Sir Ralph de Arderne, a Justiciary.  He endowed the Priory of Butley with
       half the town of Baudsley.


Brimer
------
William Brimer, Baron of Torbay.
|
+- Johanna, da. and heiress. 1 wife
   + William de Percy
   |
   +- Anastacia de Percy. (see below)

   + . . . . da. of . . . .   2 wife
   |
   +- De Percy.


K
|
+- Wolrius Ob. s.p.
|
+- Radulfus. Ob. s.p.
|
+- Ranulph Fitz Robert, Lord of Middleham, 14 John.
   + Mary, da. of Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk.
   |
   +- Ranulph, Lord of Spenethorn, Hen. III.
   |  |
   |  +- Radulph, fil. Ranulphi, mil., 1 Edw. II.
   |
   +- Radulph Fitz Ranulph, Lord of Middleham and Coverham, 1258.
      + Anastacia de Percy. (see above)
      |
      +- Mary, coheir.
      |  + Robert de Neville.
      |  |
      |  +- etc [see pages 55 and 56.]
      |
      +- Johanna, coheir.
      |  + Robert Tateshall.
      |  |
      |  +- etc
      |
      +- Anastacia.


I
|
+- Gilbert de Glanville, III. Earl of Suffolk. Sided with Simon de Montford
    Earl of Leicester, against Henry III., for which he lost his estates.
    Ob. 1266. [see page 46.]
   |
   +- Sir Ralph de Glanville, s. and heir. A Benefactor to Leiston Abbey.
   |  |
   |  +- Maud de Glanville, heiress. (Her. Coll., Phillpotss, p. 67, etc.; Harl.
   |      MSS. 1411 and 1233)
   |     + Sir William de Vescy.  Cr. Earl of Suffolk, 1326, in right of his 
   |     |  wife. [see page 46.]
   |     |
   |     +- Sarah de Vescy, sole heiress.
   |        + Robert de Ufford, son of John de Peyton. He assumed the name
   |        |  "Ufford" from his Lordship. [see page 46.]
   |        |
   |        +- Robert de Ufford. Summoned to Parliament as a Baron 13 Jan. 1308.
   |           + Cecily de Valoins, da. of Robert, Lord Valoins, co. Suffolk.
   |           |
   |           +- Robert de Ufford, Kt. of the Garter.
   |              | Created Earl of Suffolk 16 Mar 1336.
   |              |
   |              +- William de Ufford, II. Earl of Suffolk [see pages 46, 47.]
   |
   +- Gilbert de Glanville. 2 son. Ob. 1280.
   |  |
   |  +- Sir Gilbert de Glanville. Held lands in Norfolk and Suffolk.
   |  |  |
   |  |  +- Alianore de Glanville, sole heiress. A Benefactress to Wingfield
   |  |      College in 1362. [see pages 48,49.]
   |  |     + Sir John Wingfield of Wingfield Castle, co. Suffolk. Inherited
   |  |     |  considerable property with his wife. [see pages 48,49]
   |  |     |
   |  |     +- Katherine Wingfield, born circa 1350.
   |  |        + Mitchel de la Pole. Cr. Earl of Suffolk 6 Aug. 1385.
   |  |        |
   |  |        +- De la Poles, Earls of Suffolk. [see pages 48,49.]
   |  |
   |  +- Katherine de Glanville.
   |     + John de Glanville, Lord of Wooton Glanville, Dorset.
   |     |
   |     +- Henry de Glanville de Wooton Glanville.
   |
   +- Nicholas de Glanville of Sutton, Letheringham, and Chalsfield, Suffolk.
   |  + . . . . da. of . . . .
   |  |
   |  L
   |
   +- William de Glanville. Held lands in Norfolk and Suffolk, Hen. III.
   |  |  [see page 52.]
   |  |
   |  +- Robert de Glanville, s. and h., 1261
   |  |
   |  +- Sir Richard de Glanville. Held lands in Oxfordshire temp. Edw. I.
   |      His only da. and heiress mar. . . . . Rainsford.
   |
   +- Bartholomew de Glanville.  A Monk, and Author of several theological works.


L
|
+- Sir Richard de Glanville, s. and h. Presented a rector to Sutton in 1311,
|   1341 and 1338. [see pages 50.]
|  |
|  +- Richard de Glanville, Lord of Sutton and Chalsfield, died before 1361.
|      [see page 83]
|     + Ellen, da. of . . . .  Presented in her widowhood a rector to Sutton
|     |  Church 1361.
|     |
|     +- Robert de Glanville of Sutton and Chalsfield Suffolk, 1380.
|     |  + . . . .  da. of . . . .
|     |  |
|     |  +- Robert de Glanville of Sutton and Chalsfield. [see page 83]
|     |     + Susanna, da. of . . . .  Gresham of Norfolk.
|     |     |
|     |     +- Robert de Glanville. Held the Manor of Hurts, Suffolk.
|     |     |  |
|     |     |  +- Frances Glanville, mar. John Roffkin. [see page 83.]
|     |     |  |
|     |     |  +- Phillipa Glanville, mar. John Wood. [see page 83.]
|     |     |  |
|     |     |  +- Catherine Glanville, mar. Edward Keble.
|     |     |  |
|     |     |  +- Edward Glanville of Hurts Manor 1559. [see page 83]
|     |     |  |  + . . . .  da. of . . . . 
|     |     |  |  |
|     |     |  |  +- Richard Glanville (Glanfield), Mayor of Hadleigh, Suffolk,
|     |     |  |      1626. Will dated 24 Dec 1638, in which he left certain
|     |     |  |      tenements for the benefit of the poor of Hadleigh.
|     |     |  |     + Elizabeth, da. of . . . .  Named in her husband's will.
|     |     |  |     |
|     |     |  |     +- Benjamin Glanville, born at Hadleigh 19 Dec 1622.
|     |     |  |     |
|     |     |  |     +- Sarah Glanville, born 1625
|     |     |  |     |
|     |     |  |     +- Rev. Richard Glanville, son and h., Rector of Elmsett,
|     |     |  |         Somersham, and Offton, Suffolk. Ob. 1667.
|     |     |  |         Will proved 1668.
|     |     |  |        + Margaret, da. of . . . . Named in her husband's will.
|     |     |  |           Ob. 1701
|     |     |  |        |
|     |     |  |        +- Richard Glanville, Lord of the Manors of Elmsett,
|     |     |  |        |   Somersham, and Offton, Suffolk. Born 1640.
|     |     |  |        |  + Sarah Gideon. Will proved 1734.
|     |     |  |        |  |
|     |     |  |        |  +- Richard Gideon Glanville, s. and h., Lord of the
|     |     |  |        |  |   Manors of Elmsett, Somersham, and Offton, Suffolk.
|     |     |  |        |  |   Born 1664 [fn 159.]
|     |     |  |        |  |  + Eleanor Ashfield of Somersetshire. Mar. 1685-6.
|     |     |  |        |  |  |  Ob. 1709
|     |     |  |        |  |  |
|     |     |  |        |  |  M
|     |     |  |        |  |
|     |     |  |        |  +- William Glanville. Settled in Antigua 1677. 
|     |     |  |        |      Born 1665.
|     |     |  |        |     + Dorothy. Mentioned in her husband's will.
|     |     |  |        |     |
|     |     |  |        |     N
|     |     |  |        |
|     |     |  |        +- John Glanville, Alderman of Hadleigh 1654.
|     |     |  |        |
|     |     |  |        +- Margaret Glanville.
|     |     |  |        |
|     |     |  |        +- Elizabeth Glanville.
|     |     |  |
|     |     |  +- Robert Glanville.
|     |     |
|     |     +- Thomas Glanville, Warden of Grey Friar's Church, Norwich.
|     |     |
|     |     +- Richard de Glanville. Buried at Grey Friars' Church, Norwich, 
|     |         1499.
|     |
|     +- William de Glanville, Rector of Chevington, Norfolk, 9 July 1367.
|     |
|     +- John de Glanville, presented to the rectory of Hornington, Norfolk,
|     |   1350, by Phillipa, Queen of England. [see page 50.]
|     |
|     +- Robert de Glanville. Held lands in Bentley and Capel, Suffolk, 
|         1375-1396.
|        + Agnes, da. of . . . .
|        |
|        +- Edmund de Glanville, s. and h. [see pages 51.]
|
+- Hugh de Glanville, Rector of Kayingham and Easington 1339.
|   [see pages 51, 52]
|
+- Mountoun de Glanville. Summonded to Parliament 32 Edward I. Sent 
    as Ambassador to Philip, King of France. [see page 52.]


M
|
+- Richard Glanville, M.D., born 10 Feb 1688. Ob. Oct 1728. Lived at Wedmore.
|  + Margaret, da. of . . . .  Named in her husband's will.
|  |
|  +- Richard Glanville, born at Southwell, Notts, June 1717. Succeeded his 
|  |   father in the Wedmore property. Ob. 1799.
|  |  + Jane, da. of . . . . Wall, Esq., mar. at Wells Cathedral 28 Feb. 1736.
|  |     Ob 1791.
|  |  |
|  |  +- John Glanville, Doctor of Physic. Of Wedmore. Born 19 June 1748.
|  |      Ob. 1812.
|  |     + Grace, da. of . . . . Barrow, Esq., of Wedmor. Mar. 28 Feb. 1768.
|  |     |  1 wife
|  |     |
|  |     +- William Glanville, born 22 Sept. 1771.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Mary Glanville, born 28 Oct. 1768.
|  |     |  + John Brown, Esq., of Wedmore, mar. 26 Dec. 1789.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- etc.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Richard Glanville, born 27 April 17..
|  |     |  + Anne, da. of . . . . Champeney, Esq., of Wedmore. Mar. 1800.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- Richard Glanville, born 1803.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Jane, born 1777. Ob. 1796.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Johanna, born 1780.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Betty, born 1785.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Anne Glanville, born 1780.
|  |     |  + Benjamin Redman, Esq., of Wedmore. Mar. 1799.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- etc.
|  |     |
|  |     +- John Glanville of Wedmore, s. and h. Born 4 Dec. 1782.
|  |        + Ann, da. of .  . . Hawkins, Esq. Mar. 10 Oct 1808. 1 wife.
|  |        |
|  |        +- William Shartman Glanville of Wedmore, co. Somerset, s. and h.
|  |            Born 25 Oct 1809.
|  |           + Charlotte Maria, da. of John Barrow of Wedmore, Esq., J.P.
|  |              Mar. 10 Oct. 1844.
|  |           |
|  |           +- John Glanville, s. and h.
|  |           |  + Sarah Salmon.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Rev. Wm. S. Glanville. M.A. Oxon.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Richard Ranulph Glanville.
|  |           |  + Louisa Anne, da. of Wm. Walker, Esq. Mar. 1880.
|  |           |  |
|  |           |  +- Ranulph Glanville, born 1881. [see pages 92,93.]
|  |           |
|  |           +- Forest Ashfield Glanville.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Roger John Glanville.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Charlotte Maria Glanville.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Elizabeth Barrow Glanville.
|  |
|  |        + Elizabeth, da. of John Barrow, Esq., of Wedmore. 2 wife.
|  |        |
|  |        +- etc.
|  |
|  |     + Jane, da. of . . . . Clappe, Esq., of Wedmore. Mar. 22 March 1793.
|  |     |  2 wife
|  |     |
|  |     +- George, born 28 May 1799.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Jane, born 1797.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Forest, born 1794. Ob. 1799.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Forest Glanville, born 7 Sep. 1795.
|  |     |  + Hannah Champeney of Wedmore.
|  |     |
|  |     +- William, born 1804.
|  |
|  +- John, born 1722. Ob. s.p. 1723.
|  |
|  +- 1. Eleanor.
|  |  + James Eastland, Esq., 1747.
|  |
|  +- 2. Mary.
|
+- Eleanor Glanville, born 1669, and resided at Rome. [see pages 89,90]


N
|
+- William Glanville, born 1683. A student at Pembroke Coll. Cambridge, in 1702.
|  + Elizabeth Allison, 5 Nov. 1713.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth, born 22 Oct. 1717.
|  |
|  +- John Allison Glanville, born 17 Jan 1719
|     |
|     +- William John Glanville. Named in his grandmother's will 1759.
|
+- Alice, born 1668.


Gant [see Note in Appendix]
----
Baldwin, Earl of Flanders
|
+- Gilbert de Gant, temp. William I., nephew to William, Duke of Normandy.
   + Alicia, da. of Hugh de Montford.
   |
   +- Walter de Gant, 4 King Stephen.
      + Maud. Da. of Stephen, Earl of Brittany and Richmond.
      |
      +- Gunnora de Gurney. [see page 68.] 1 wife
         + Robert de Gant.
      + Avice, da. and h. of William Paynel. 2 wife
      |
      +- Phillipa or Julian de Gant.  Arms of this alliance to 
          be seen at Richard's Castle.
          (see below)


Wrey
----
Robert Le Wrey, temp, King Stephen.
|
+- William Le Wrey.
   |
   +- Elias Le Wrey.
      |
      +- Eliason Le Wrey.
         |
         +- Richard Le Wrey.
            |
            +- Stephen Le Wrey.
               |
               +- Thomas Le Wrey of Wrey, Devon. [see pages 73,74.]
                  |
                  +- Alice Le Wrey. (see below)



BB
|
+- Henry de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville, com. Dorset.  Held, in 1213
|   lands in Somerset; and also, in 1216, one knight's fee of the Honor Dramele
|  + Phillipa or Julian de Gant. (see above)
|  |
|  +- Geoffery de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville, Dorset, 1260.
|  |   [see page 68,69]
|  |  + Alianor, da. of . . . .
|  |  |
|  |  +- John de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville, 1275.
|  |  |  + Katherine, da. of Gilbert de Glanville, and sister to Sir Gilbert de
|  |  |     Glanville of Suffolk.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Sir Henry de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville, 1302.  Received
|  |  |      a Military Writ of Summons, 5 March 1316, as one of the Lords of the
|  |  |      townships of Worgrett, Westport, Bestwall, Woolbridge, and Lord of 
|  |  |      Wooton (Glanville).
|  |  |     + Isabel, da. of . . . .  She presented a rector to Wooton-Glanville
|  |  |        Church, 6 April 1326, during minority of her son.
|  |  |     |
|  |  |     +- William de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville and Foffadeston, 
|  |  |     |   etc., co. Dorset, 1330.
|  |  |     |  + Sibyll . . . . Foundress of Wooton-Glanville Chapel in 1345.
|  |  |     |  |
|  |  |     |  +- John de Glanville, Lord of Wooton-Glanville. Presented a 
|  |  |     |      rector to that place 1396-7.
|  |  |     |     + . . . . da. of . . . .
|  |  |     |     |
|  |  |     |     O
|  |  |     |
|  |  |     +- Robert de Glanville, Prior of Cowic Abbey, near Exeter, Devon. 
|  |  |     |   Ob. 1382.
|  |  |     |
|  |  |     +- John de Glanville, settled at Holwell, near Tavistock, Devon.
|  |  |         Served under Edward the Black Prince in the Spanish Wars, 1365.
|  |  |        + Alice Le Wrey. (see above)
|  |  |        |
|  |  |        +- John Glanvile of Holwell, 1420.
|  |  |        |  + Margaret, da. of John Southcotte of Tavistock.
|  |  |        |  | 
|  |  |        |  P
|  |  |        |
|  |  |        +- Robert Glanville. (Probably served in Spanish Wars.)
|  |  |        |
|  |  |        +- George Glanville.
|  |  |        |
|  |  |        +- Agnes Glanville, mar. (1) John, son of Sir Andrew Sackville,
|  |  |            ob. 1370; (2) John Cobat; (3) John Nevill, ob. 1406.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Johanna.
|  |
|  +- Margaret de Glanville, mar. William Rede, Esq., of Suffolk.
|
+- Bertha de Glanville, Lady of Braham and Leybourn.
   + Lord William de Stuteville. He gave the Church of Deadham, Essex to Butley
      Priory, founded by Ranulph de Glanville, L.C.J., his wife's uncle.
   |
   +- De Stuteville. [see pages 67 and 68.]


O
|
+- Joan de Glanville, da. and h. Lady of Wooton-Glanville and other lands, 1437.
   + Robert More (or Attamore), Lord of the Manor of Marnhull, Dorset.
   |
   +- Edith More (or Attamor), sole heiress.
      + John Newburgh of East Lullworth, Esq. Mar. 1422.
      |
      +- A quo Newburghs.


Langesford
----------
Richard Langesford of Brattan, co. Devon.  ARMS.-- Paly of six argent and azure,
 a crescent for difference, and on a chief argent a lion passant sable.
+ Margaret Willworthie.
|
+- William Langesford.
   + Thomazine, da. of Henry Bidlake.
   |
   +- Moses Langesford, gent., of Brattan Clevelly, Devon. Born 1576.
      (see below)


P
|
+- John Glanville of Holwell, Whitchurch, Devon, 1481.
|  + Emma Courtney of Newetown. [see page 74.]
|  |
|  +- Nicholas Glanville of Holwell, Whitchurch, 1520.
|  |  + Katherine, da. of Thomas Preston.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Thomas Glanville of Holwell, Whitchurch co. Devon.
|  |  |   Buried at Whitchurch 17 Jan 1599.
|  |  |  + Dorothy Willye. Mar. at Whitchurch 5 May 1568.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Thomas Glanville of Holwell, born at Whitchurch 21 Feb. 1586.
|  |  |  |   Bur. 20 Jan. 1650. 
|  |  |  |  + Ursula Holle, mar. at Whitchurch 24 June 1604. Bur. 19 July 1644.
|  |  |  |  | 
|  |  |  |  +- [see Pedigree of Glanville of Holwell.] 
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Elizabeth, born 1572.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Dennis, born 1574.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Margory, born 1575.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Joan, born 1578. Mar. John Drake, 1596.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Pastes, born 1580.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Dorothy, born 1582.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Alice, born 1587.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Agnes, born 1584. Mar. Christopher Palmer, 1604.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Grace, born 1600. Mar. Hugh Hohame, 1610.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Robert.
|  |  |
|  |  +- John Glanville of Tavistock. Buried 1579. Will proved 1 Feb 1580.
|  |      Crest of the stag granted by Robt. Cooke, Herald, 1576.
|  |     + Thomasine (probably da. of Thomas Browne, Esq., of Tavistock).
|  |        Mentioned in her husband's will.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Nicholas Glanville, s. and h., of Tavistock. Will made 1562, 
|  |     |   proved 1598. [see page 74.]
|  |     |  + Elizabeth, da. of William Ridley, Esq., of Tavistock. 
|  |     |     Named in her husband's will.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  R
|  |     |
|  |     +- Johanna Glanville.
|  |     |  + George Glubb, Esq. (descended from Henry Glubb, M.P. for
|  |     |     Oakhampton, 1313). Will proved 1591.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- Peter Glubb, see Pedigree.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Agnes Glanville. Mar. (1) Browne.
|  |     |  + Moses Langesford, gent., of Brattan Clevelly. (see above)
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- etc.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Mary Glanville. Mar. (1) Bound; (2) Littleton;
|  |     |   (3) Knight, Vicar of Tavistock.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Dionysia Glanville. 
|  |     |  + William Grylls of Launceston, Esq., 26 Oct 1578.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- etc.
|  |     |
|  |     |  + Charles Glubb, Esq., 2 husband.
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- Charles Glubb, see Pedigree of Glubb.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Mary Glanville.
|  |     |  + John Skerritt of Whitchurch
|  |     |  |
|  |     |  +- etc.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Alice Glanville. Mar. (1) Hamlyn; (2) Grylls.
|  |     |
|  |     Q
|  |
|  +- Rev. Robert Glanville, Vicar of Holberton, Devon, 1557.
|
+- Nicholas Glanville.
|
+- Robert Glanville.


Q
|
+- Raymond Glanville, 4 son.
|
+- Thomas Glanville of Tavistock, 3 son.
|  + Joan, da. of John Cornish, gent., of Tavistock.
|  |
|  +- (see Pedigree BB, Glanville of Launceston, page 194.)
|
+- Sir John Glanville, born 1542. Serjeant-at-Law. M.P. Judge of the Court of
    Common Pleae. 1598. Ob. 1600. Buried in Tavistock Church. [see page 93.]
   + Alice, da. of John Skerritt of Tavistock, Esq. Bur. 26 April 1632.
   |
   +- Mary Glanville.
   |  + Sir E. Estcourt, Kt., of Salisbury
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Alice Glanville. Ob. 1608.
   |
   +- Sir Francis Glanville of Kilworthy, Devon. M.P., J.P., and Deputy
   |   Lieutenant of Devon. Ob. 1638. [see page 101.]
   |  + Elizabeth, da. of William Crymes of Buckland, Devon, Esq. [See Ped X.]
   |  |  M. 1604. Ob 1658.
   |  |
   |  S
   |
   +- Joan Glanville.
   |  + Samson Hele of Gnatton, Devon. High Sheriff of Devon, 1621.
   |  |
   |  +- etc. (see page 99.)
   |
   T


R
|
+- Ralph, ob. s.p.
|
+- Kedley, ob.s.p.
|
+- Agneta
|
+- Eutalia
|
+- Nicholas, ob. s.p.
|
+- Tobias, ob. s.p.
|
+- Richard
|
+- Dewnes
|
+- Rev. John Glanville, Rector of Withell 1599-1631. 
|   Bur. at St German's Church Cornwall.
|  + Anne, da. of Rev Jacob Ritston of Cornwall. Mar. 1614. [see page 81.]
|  |
|  +- Nicholas, bapt. at Withell 2 April 1622.
|  |
|  +- Dewnes.
|  |
|  +- Ann, living 1620.
|  |
|  +- William Glanville, M.P. for Carleford, 1640.
|
+- Tobias Glanville. B 18 Sep 1613, at Stephen's by Saltash.
|  + Frances, da. of George Wadham, Esq.
|  |
|  +- Nicholas Glanville. B. at Saltash 16 Jan 1597. Merchant at Tavistock.
|  |  + Joane, da. of . . . .  Bur. At Tavistock, Sept. 1634.
|  |  |
|  |  +- John Glanville, Merchant at Plymouth. B. 1625.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Dennys. B. 1626.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Elizabeth. B. 1628.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Benjamin Glanville, Merchant at London.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Nicholas. B 1631.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Joan. B. 1632.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Rev. Joseph Glanville, M.A., born 1630. Rector of Wimbish, Essex, 1660.
|  |      Rector of Frome-Selwood, 1662. F.R.S. Rector of Abbey Church, Bath,
|  |      1666. Chaplain to Charles II. Ob. 4 Nov 1680.
|  |     + Anne, da. of . . . . Ob. 1689.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Joseph Glanville.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Elizabeth Barnard Glanville. Ob. 1687.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Rev. Maurice Glanville, M.A. Rector of Wimbish, Essex, 1680, and 
|  |         of Walton, Co. Bucks. Will proved 1692.
|  |        + Elizabeth, da. of Rev. Thomas Carter, D.D., Rector of Debden, 
|  |           co. Essex. Mar. 18 Apr. 1682.
|  |        |
|  |        +- Maurice Glanville, born 14 Dec. 1686. Ob. 22 July 1696.
|  |        |
|  |        +- Anne Glanville, born 8 March 169(?). Ob. 1696
|  |        |
|  |        +- Joseph Glanville. Ob. 1696.
|  |        |
|  |        +- Elizabeth Glanville, born 5 Sept. 1684. Mar. March 3, 1712.
|  |           + Rev. Thomas Barnard, M.A. Rector of Bardfield Parva and
|  |              Wimbish. Ob. 1715.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Thomas Barnard. Ob. s.p.
|  |           |
|  |           +- Glanville Barnard. Ob. s.p.
|  |
|  |        + Margaret Sylwin of Gloucestershire.
|  |        |
|  |        +- 1. Sophia. Named in her father's will.
|  |        |
|  |        +- 2. Henry. Named in his father's will.
|  |        |
|  |        +- 3. Mary. Named in her father's will.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth. B. 1598.
|
+- Joanne Glanville.
   + . . . .  Gove
   |
   +- Jane.
   |
   +- Mary.
   |
   +- Leonard.
   |
   +- Nicholas.
   |
   +- Thomas.
   |
   +- Rev. Richard Gove.


S
|
+- Mary. B. 28 July 1622.
|
+- Winifred. B. 2 Feb 1624. Ob. 1638.
|
+- 1. John Glanville. B. 3 July 1614. Ob. Aug 1616.
|
+- Francis Glanville of Kilworthy. Ob.s.p., and by his will left the Kilworthy
|   estate to his nephew Francis Kelly. Born at Tavistock 15 Feb. 1626.
|   Ob. 18 Aug 1658.
|  + Mary, da. of Henry Rolle of Heanton, Devon, Esq. Mar. at Petrockstowe
|  |  12 March 1647.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- 3. Alice Glanville, born 1605 [fn 160]
|  + Edmund Fowell, M.P. for Tavistock 1640-58-9, and for Plymouth 1600.
|  |
|  +- [see page 103.]
|
+- 4. Elizabeth Glanville, born 1606. Mar. 10 April 1627.
|  + William Fowell of Black Hall and Deptford, Devon, Esq., J.P.
|  |
|  +- [see page 103.]
|
+- 5. Joan Glanville, born 1610. Mar. 5 Feb. 1633.
|  + Oliver Sawle of Penrice, Esq., High Sheriff of Cornwall 1663
|  |
|  +- [see page 104.]
|
+- Thomasine. Ob. 1620.
|
+- 6. Dionysia Glanville, born 1608. Mar. 6 Aug 1635.
|  + John Doidge of Harlesditch, co. Devon, Esq.
|  |
|  +- John Doidge, M.P. for Tavistock. High Sheriff of Devon.
|  |  + Judith, da. of Sir Nicholas Trevanion.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Maria Doidge, sole heiress.
|  |     + Rev. William Taunton.
|  |     |
|  |     +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Dionysia.
|  |
|  +- Richard.
|
+- 7. Margaret Glanville, whose son Francis Kelly succeeded to Kilworthy under
|   the will of his uncle. Born 21 Dec. 1628. [fn 161]
|  + William Kelly of Kelly, Devon, Esq.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth Kelly.
|  |  + Ambrose Manaton of Manaton, Devon, Esq.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Ambrose Manaton, of Manaton and Kilworthy, Devon, Esq.
|  |
|  +- Francis Kelly, succeeded to Kilworthy.
|
+- George Glanville, born 1618. Ob. 1702.
   + Jane Evelyn, sister to the celebrated John Evelyn, Esq.
   |
   +- William Glanville, Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple. 
       Will made 31 Dec. 1717.
      + Frances, da. of E. Hales, Esq., of Kent.
      |
      +- Frances Glanville, heiress to her father.
         + William Evelyn of St. Clere, Kent, Esq., cousin to his wife.
         |  He assumed the name and arms of Glanville.
         |
         +- Frances Glanville, heiress to her mother.  Born 9 June 1719.
            + Hon. Edward Boscawen, Admiral R.N., General of Marines, and
            |  Lord of the Admiralty. Ob. 10 Jan. 1761.
            |
            U


T
|
+- Rev. Thomas Glanville, Vicar of Tavistock. Ob. 10 Aug 1673. 
|   M. Grace Danyell 4 May 1663 at Totnes; remar 7 July 1675 Rev John Atwell.
|  |
|  +- Grace Glanville, bapt. at Tavistock 9 Jun 1669.
|  |
|  +- Thomas Glanville. B. at Tavistock 1 May 1672.
|
+- Dionysia Glanville.
|  + Thomas Polwhele of Polwhele, Cornwall, Esq. [see page 100.]
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Sir John Glanville of Broad Hinton, co. Wilts, Serjeant-at-Law to
    Charles I. and II. Speaker of the House of Commons 1640. M.P. D.C.L. Oxon.
    Ob. 1661. [see pages 105-125.]
   + Winifred, da. of W. Bourchier of Barnsley, co. Gloucestershire, Esq.
   |  Ob. 1676.
   |
   V


U
|
+- George Evelyn, 3rd Viscount Falmouth.
|  |
|  +- [see page 105.]
|
+- Frances.
|  + John Leveson Gower, Admiral R.N., brother to Granville 1st Marquess
|     of Stafford.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Elizabeth.
   + Henry , 5th Duke of Beaufort.
   |
   +- etc.


V
|
+- William Glanville, s. and h., of Broad Hinton, J.P. Ob October 1680, and
|   buried at Broad Hinton Church, Wilts.
|  + Frances, da. of Sir Henry Gibbs, who married (2) John Stone of
|     Brightwell Park, Oxon, Esq.
|  |
|  +- Winifred Glanville, born 21 Oct. 1654.
|  |  + Carleton Stone of Brightwell Park, Oxon. Mar. 12 Oct. 1676. Ob. 1708.
|  |     (1 husband)
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  | 
|  |  + George Bayly of Newington Park, Oxon, Esq. Mar. 13 Oct. 1709.
|  |     (2 husband)
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Francis Glanville, born 5 Dec. 1655. Ob. 28 Sep. 1656.
|
+- Francis Glanville, born 1617. Lieut.-Colonel in the Royal Army.
|   Killed at the siege of Bridgwater, 1645, aged 28.
|
+- John Glanville, Councillor at Law. Succeeded his brother to Broad Hinton
|   property. Ob. 1688. [see pages 196-7.]
|  + Catherine, da. of Sir Edmund Fortescue, Bart., of Fallapit, Devon.
|     Mar. Feb. 1652. Ob. 1684.
|  |
|  +- Winifred Glanville, born 14 Nov. 1654.
|  |  + John Lowe, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Gray's Inn, Mar. April 25, 1677.
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Edward Glanville. Settled at Ashburton, Devon. Born 16 Jun 1660. Ob. 1738.
|     + Charity, da. of J. Tinkham, Esq. Mar. 24 Oct. 1703.
|     |
|     +- Richard Glanville. B. 10 June 1704, at Ashburton.
|     |  + Elizabeth, da. of . . . . St. Hill, Esq. Mar. 31 Aug. 1722.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Thomas Glanville. B. at Ashburton 14 Jan. 1723. Died November 1765.
|     |  |  + Ann, da. of . . . .  Halse, Esq. Mar. 20 May 1747. Ob. June 1801.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Ann Glanville. B. 31 Aug. 1752.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Elizabeth. B. and died 1755.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Mary, born 28 Dec. 1756.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 23 Aug. 1759. Ob. 1840.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Johanna Glanville. B. 10 Sep. 1761. Took out probate for her 
|     |  |      sister Elizabeth's will twice for ú9000, etc.
|     |  |     + . . . . Adams, Esq.
|     |  |     |
|     |  |     +- etc.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Joan Glanville. B. 24 Jan. 1725.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Richard Glanville, born 22 Jan. 1728. Ob. 1733.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Richard Glanville. B. 26 Feb. 1735 at Ashburton, Devon.
|     |  |  + Mary, da. of . . . .  Halse, Esq., of Ashburton. Mar. 13 Jan. 1755.
|     |  |     Ob. 5 . . . . 1756.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Mary Glanville. B. 25 July 1755 at Ashburton.
|     |  |     + John Sullivan, Esq., Royal Navy.
|     |  |     |
|     |  |     +- [see Pedigree VII.]
|     |  |
|     |  +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 23 March 1737. Ob. 1738.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 19 Sep. 1740.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Roger Glanville. B. 18 Feb. 1742. Ob. April 1820, and buried in
|     |      Ashburton.
|     |     + Mary, da. of . . . . Teddy, Esq., of Ashburton.
|     |        Mar. 12 April 1765.
|     |     |
|     |     W
|     |
|     +- Joan Glanville. B. 8 March 1707.
|     |
|     +- John Glanville. B. 17 Dec. 1710. Ob. Jan 1712.
|     |
|     +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 9 May 1714.
|
|
X


W
|
+- Roger Glanville. B. 21 Dec. 1781.
|
+- Thomas Glanville. B. at Ashburton 2 May 1766. An Officer in the Royal Navy.
|  + Mary Worsley.
|  |
|  +- Henry Glanville. B. 28 May 1792. Settled in India.
|  |
|  +- Thomas Glanville. 1789. Ob. 1849.
|     + Miss Burt.
|     |
|     +- Anne Maria Glanville. Mar. M.A. Tween, Esq.
|     |
|     +- James Burt Glanville.
|     |  + Elizabeth Cummings.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Mary Glanville.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Vyvyan Glanville.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Oliver Glanville.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Godfrey Glanville.
|     |
|     +- Thomas Burt Glanville, born 1824. M.P. for Grahamstown in the Cape
|     |   Parliament; Cape Commissioner in England 1877.
|     |  + Wilmot, da. of T. Watson, Esq.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Flora Glanville. B. 1851.
|     |  |  + Benjamin, s. of the Hon. Robert Godlonton, M.L.S.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- etc.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Annie Alicia Glanville. B. 1852.
|     |  |  + Rev. Charles Pettman. M. 1880.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- etc.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Herbert C. Glanville, eldest son. B. 1853.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Ernest Glanville. Mar. 1880.
|     |  |  + Ada Powell.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Ada, born 1881.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Wilmot. B. 1857.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Mary Edith. B. 1860.
|     |  |
|     |  +- May. B. 1862.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Henrietta. B. 1866.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Lilian. B. 1867.
|     |
|     +- Mary E. B. Glanville.
|     |
|     +- Stephen Glanville of Exeter.
|        + Caroline Lucy, da. of Thomas Latimer, Esq., J.P. of Exeter.
|        |
|        +- Margaret Glanville.
|        |
|        +- Jessie M. Glanville.
|        |
|        +- Latimer Glanville.
|        |
|        +- Gilbert B. Glanville.
|        |
|        +- Stephen J. Glanville.
|        |
|        +- Dora.
|        |
|        +- Annie Maria.
|        |
|        +- Charlotte Latimer.
|        |
|        +- Thomas.
|
+- Mary Glanville. B. 14 Feb. 1768.
|
+- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 14 March 1770.
|
+- Susanna Glanville. B. 14 June 1774.
|  + Thomas Taylor, Deputy Astronomer Royal at Greenwich, born 1772.
|  |
|  +- [see Pedigree VII.]
|
+- Richard Glanville. B. 20 Feb. 1778.


X
|
+- Julius Glanville of Ham, in Surrey. Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn. 
|   Born 1631. Will pr. 1710. Youngest son.
|  + Ann, da. of . . . . Bagnall, Esq. Mar. 1662. Ob. 1702.
|  |
|  +- John Glanville, Barrister-at-Law. Purchased Catchfrench, St. Germans,
|  |   Cornwall, 1728. Ob 1731, s.p. Aged 71.
|  |
|  +- Julius Glanville. Mentioned in his father Julius's Will. Ob. ante 1709.
|  |   A "Citizen and Merchant Taylor" of London.
|  |  + Martha Corderoy. Mar 7 April 1689. Ob. 1716.
|  |  |
|  |  Y
|  |
|  +- Winifred Glanville. Inherited the Manor of Clavency, co. Wilts, under the
|  |   will of her aunt Elizabeth Glanville. B. 1655.
|  |
|  +- William Glanville. Ob. s.p.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth Glanville. Ob. s.p.
|
+- Margaret Glanville. Ob. 26 March 1696.
|  + Francis Baskerville of Richardstown, co. Wilts, Esq. Mar. April 1635.
|  |
|  +- Baskerville of co. Wilts.
|
+- Mary Glanville, born 1616.
|  + Piers Edgecumbe, M.P., eldest son of Sir Richard Edgecumbe of Mt Edgecumbe,
|     Devon. Mar 1636.
|  |
|  +- [see page 199.]
|
+- Elizabeth Glanville. Inherited Manor of Clavency, Wilts.



Y
|
+- Sir John Glanville of Catchfrench, High Sheriff of Cornwall 1753. Born 1696
|   Ob. 1769.
|  + Elizabeth, da. of William Andrews, Esq. Ob. 1748. (1 wife)
|  |
|  +- John Glanville, ob. s.p. v.p. 7 Jan. 1751.
|
|  + Mary, da. of L. McNeill, Esq., of the Barbadoes. (2 wife)
|  |
|  +- Mary Glanville.
|  |  + William Blunt of Crabbet, co. Sussex, 2nd son of Samuel Blunt, Esq.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Francis Scawen Blunt
|  |  |  + Mary Chandler, da. of Rev. J. Chandler
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Wilfred Scawen Blunt. M. 1869.
|  |  |  |  + Ann Isabell, only da. of the Elar of Lovelace.
|  |  |  |  |
|  |  |  |  +- [Vide Peerage.]
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Francis. ob. s.p.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- ALice.  M. Wm Wheatley, Esq.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Mary Fanny Blunt.
|  |     + Lord Leconfield.
|  |     |
|  |     +- Lord Leconfield. [Vide page 141.]
|  |
|  +- Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, J.P., D.L.; High Sheriff of Cornwall
|      1793; M.P. for Malmesbury 1794, and for Plymouth 1797 to 1802. Ob. 1846.
|     + Loveday Sarah, da. and coh. of William Masterman of Restormel Park, 
|        co. Cornwall. Ob. 1792. (1 wife)
|     |
|     +- Loveday Sarah Glanville, born 11 April 1792.
|        + William Gordon F. Booker, Esq., grandson to Cosmo, 3rd Duke of Gordon.
|           M. 20 Jun 1814.
|        |
|        +- Francis Glanville, born 3 Sept. 1816.
|        |
|        +- Jane Francis, born 1818. Mar. Sir Paul W. Molesworth, Bart.
|        |
|        +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. 1826.
|        |
|        +- Georgina Mary. B. 1820.
|
|     + Elizabeth, da. of Captain Robert Fanshawe, R.N., Commissioner of 
|         Plymouth Dockyard. M. 1796. Ob. 1847. [see page 198.] (2 wife)
|     |
|     +- Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, born 13 April 1797. J.P. and D.L.
|     |   for Devon and Cornwall. Served in the Guards and 19th Lancers.
|     |   Ob. 1881.
|     |  + Amabel, da. of the Right Hon. Reginald Pole Carew of East Anthony,
|     |     Cornwall (see pages 196, 197.). M. Mar. 1821.
|     |  |
|     |  Z
|     |
|     +- Rev. John Glanville, born 1799. M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon.
|     |   Rector of Jacobstow, Cornwall. Ob. 1864.
|     |  + Elizabeth Smale.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Alice Glanville. B. 1845. Ob. 1876.
|     |     + Cormock Marshall, Esq.
|     |
|     +- Robert, born and died 1800.
|     |
|     +- Arthur, born and died 1812.
|     |
|     +- Rev Edward Fanshawe Glanvile, born 1807. Fellow of Exeter Coll., Oxon.
|     |   Rector of Yelford. M. 1835. Ob. 1878.
|     |  + Mary Ann, da. of Sir Scrope Barnard-Morland, 4th Bart.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Frances Bernard Glanville, born 1836. Ob. 1856.
|     |
|     +- William Fanshawe Glanville, Post Captain. R.N. B. 1808. Ob. 1861.
|     |  + Mary Ann, da. of Rear Admiral Bedford. M. 1841.
|     |  |
|     |  A
|     |
|     +- Charles Fanshawe Glanville.
|     |  + Hannah Saunders.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Alice Glanville, born 1851.
|     |     + Rev. H. Macnamara.
|     |     |
|     |     +- etc.
|     |
|     +- Elizabeth Mary.
|     |
|     +- Cordelia Fanshawe.
|     |
|     +- Catherine Fanshawe.
|
+- Anne Glanville.
|  + W. Handcock of St. Germans, Esq. Mar. 1724.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Julius Glanville.
|
+- Walter Glanville, Ob. 1751.
|  |
|  +- John Glanville, Ob. 1780.
|     |
|     +- Mary Glanville, mar. Capt, Pridham, R.N.
|
+- Martha, ob. 1744.
|
+- Elizabeth, ob. 1735.
|
+- Mary, ob. 1742.
|
+- Francis Glanville, R. Navy. Will proved 1714.


Z
|
+- Jemima Amabel Glanville. M. 1853.
|  + Rev. Arthur Tatham, Rector of Bosconnoc and Braddoc.
|  |
|  +- Harriet Amabel, born 1854.
|  |
|  +- Mary Agneta, born 1855.
|  |
|  +- Arthur, born 1856.
|  |
|  +- George Julius, born 1858.
|
+- Rev. Henry Carew Glanville, born 1830. Fellow of Exeter Coll., Oxon; M.A.
|   Rector of Sheviock, Cornwall.
|
+- George Julius Glanville, born 1832. Lieut. 2nd Bengal Fusiliers.
|   Killed in the boats off Cawnpore.
|
+- Mary Agneta Glanville. B. 1834.
|
+- Harriet Elizabeth Glanville. B. 1838. Ob. 1868.
|
+- Reginald Carew Glanville, Barrister-at-Law; M.A., Merton Coll., Oxon.  B. 1836.
|
+- Francis Robert Glanville, s. and h., of Catchfrench, Major-General R.A.  B. 1827.
   + Dona Maria C. G. Carreras of Gibralter.
   |
   +- Mary Ethel Maud. B. 1875.
   |
   +- Mary Florence Victoria. B. 1877.
   |
   +- Mary Frances. B. 1881.
   |
   +- Arthur George. B. 1866.
   |
   +- Amabel M. C.   B. 1868.
   |
   +- Henry Estcourt. B. 1869.
   |
   +- Reginald. B. 1869.
   |
   +- Ernest Wilfred. B. 1870.
   |
   +- Gerald Walter. B. 1872.
   |
   +- Francis Glanville, Lieut. R.A.   B. 1862. Eldest son and heir.


A
|
+- Arthur B. Glanville, born 1842. Ob. 1861.
|
+- Janet. B. 1844.
|
+- Julia. B. 1845.
|
+- Rev. Owen Fanshawe Glanville, born 1847.
|
+- Wilfrid William Glanville, Sub.-Lieut. R.N. Lost in H.M.S. "Captain" 1871.
|
+- Ranulph Glanville, born 1851. Settled in Canada.
|
+- Rev. Percy Glanville, born 1858. Ob. 1882.


PEDIGREE A


Glanville of Holwell

(Compiled from the Parish Registers of Whitchurch, Devon.)


Thomas Glanville of Holwell, son of Thomas Glanville of Holwell.
 (see Glanville Pedigree, page 184.)
 B. at Whitchurch 21 Feb. 1586. Bur. 20 Jan. 1650.
+ Ursulla Holle. M. at Whitchurch 24 July 1604. Bur. at Whitchurch 19 July 1644.
|
+- Nicholas Glanville. B at Whitchurch Ap. 15, 1611. Bur. 14 Jan. 1662.
|  + Jane Bickford (widow). M. 26 Jan. 1635. Bur. 3 May 1696.
|  |
|  +- Dorothy. B. 29 Oct. 1636.
|  |
|  +- Thomas. B. 1630.
|  |
|  +- Nicholas Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 29 July 1646. Bur. 18 April 1678.
|  |  + Grace Clarke of Beerferris. M. 12 Oct. 1672. 
|  |     M. (2) William Stephens, 1692.
|  |  |
|  |  +- George. B. 9 Jan. 1676.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Nicholas. B. 7 Oct. 1673.
|  |
|  +- Jane. B. 5 Dec 1638.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth. B. 26 April 1641.
|  |
|  +- John. B. 16 Mar. 1643.
|
+- Dorothy. B. 18 July 1613. Ob. 13 Oct. 1641.
|
+- Francis Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 16 Jan. 1615. 
|   M. (2) 1675 Joan Pope (widow)
|  + Susanna. Bur. at Whitchurch 22 Feb 1675.
|  |
|  +- Oliver Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 9 Jan. 1660. Bur. 29 Aug. 1715.
|     + Sarah Hamlin. M. 3 Nov. 1687. Bur. 21 June 1712.
|     |
|     +- George. B. 8 Jan. 1688.
|     |
|     +- Henry. B. 9 Aug. 1691.
|     |
|     +- Susanna. B. 13 May. 1693.
|     |
|     +- Thomas. B. 1703.
|     |
|     +- another son, name unknown, 1700.
|     |
|     +- William Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 17 June 1697.
|        + Rose, da. of . . . .
|        |
|        +- William. B. 22 June 1721.
|        |
|        +- Sarah. B. 3 Jan 1725.
|        |
|        +- Mary. B. 4 April 1728.
|        |
|        +- Thomas. B. May 7, 1730. Bur. 15 Sep. 1741
|        |
|        +- Elizabeth. B. 14 Aug. 1736. M. David Walters, 1768.
|        |
|        +- Richard. B. 3 Nov. 1739. Bur. 20 Sep. 1735.
|
+- Elizabeth. B. 27 Mar. 1622. Ob. 15 July 1630.
|
+- Elizabeth. b. 10 Nov. 1630. M. 3 Feb. 1661 John Drake.
|
A


A
|
+- Thomas Glanville of Holwell. B. at Whitchurch Dec. 22, 1605. 
    Bur. 8 June 1659.
   + Grace Brownsdon. M. 27 Nov. 1628. Bur. 26 Sep. 1671.
   |
   +- John Glanville of Holwell. B. at Whitchurch 27 Jan. 1633.
   |   Ob. 1717, aged above 85.
   |  + Marian Mattacott. M. 17 May 1652. Bur. 12 Nov. 1701.
   |  |
   |  +- John Glanville of Holwell (the younger). B. at Whitchurch
   |  |   21 June 1655. Ob. 14 Dec. 1693(?)
   |  |  + Dorothy Short of Stoke Clemsland, co. Cornwall.
   |  |     M. 31 Oct. 1676. Ob. 1723.
   |  |  |
   |  |  +- John Glanville of Holwell. B. at Whitchurch 4 June 1678.
   |  |  |   Bur. Feb. 8, 1747.
   |  |  |  + Sarah Symons. Ob. 3 June 1764.
   |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  +- John Glanville of Holwell. B. at Whitchurch 22 Sep. 1716.
   |  |  |  |  + Mellin Wilcocks. M. May 11, 1742.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- John. B. and d. 1742.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Elizabeth. B. May 13, 1745.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Sarah. B. Jan. 4, 1747.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Jenny. B. 1751. Ob. 1758.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Mary. B. 1756. Ob. 1758.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- John. B. and d. 1750.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Julius Glanville B. 1 June 1754. Of Holwell, which he sold
   |  |  |  |  |   on May 4, 1790, to John Moore Knighton. [see pages 171, 172.]
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Joan. B. 17 Mar. 1759.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Mary. B. 26 May 1761.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- Jenny. B. June 30, 1764.
   |  |  |  |  |  + Henry Knight. M. 1796.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- John Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 26 Nov. 1766.
   |  |  |  |     + Joan Knight. M. 1 Ap. 1788.
   |  |  |  |     |
   |  |  |  |     +- Susannah. B. 22 Dec. 1788.
   |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  +- Dorothy. B. 8 June 1718.
   |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  +- Mary. B. 18 May 1722.
   |  |  |  |  + Hugh Hunsden Smart. M. 19 Jun 1748.
   |  |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  |  +- etc.
   |  |  |  |
   |  |  |  +- Nicholas Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 1 Jan. 1721.
   |  |  |     + Susanna Gribble. M. 28 June 1752.
   |  |  |     |
   |  |  |     B
   |  |  |  
   |  |  +- Richard Glanville, B. 22 Aug. 1680. M. 10 Jan. 1697
   |  |      Elizabeth Trefry. Bur. 28 March 1749.
   |  |
   |  +- Margaret. B. 24 Sept. 1659. Ob. 1692.
   |  |
   |  +- Dorothy. B. 8 Oct. 1657.
   |  |
   |  +- Dewence. B. 6 July 1672.
   |  |
   |  +- Abigail. B. 4 June 1665. M. John Lobes of Whitchurch, 1699.
   |  |
   |  +- Francis Glanville. Inherited the tithes of Whitchurch under the will
   |      of Francis Glanville of Kilworthy, Esq., 1658.
   |
   +- Matthew Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 21 Oct. 1638.
   |  + Thomasine Mattacott. M. 18 Feb. 1660. Bur. 16 Mar. 1691.
   |  |
   |  +- Thomas Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 21 May 1667.
   |  |  + Marjory Knight of Tavistock. M. Dec. 25, 1693.
   |  |  |
   |  |  +- John Glanville. B. 5 Nov. 1695.
   |  |
   |  +- John Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 19 May 1672. 
   |  |   M. 2 Oct. 1693 Margaret Jope, Ob. 1722.
   |  |
   |  +- Eleanor. B. 2 Nov. 1661. Ob. 1668.
   |  |
   |  +- Thomasine. B. 27 May 1663. Ob. 1691.
   |  |
   |  +- Honor. B. 21 Dec. 1664.
   |  |  + Francis Spry. M. 10 April 1710.
   |  |  |
   |  |  +- etc.
   |  |
   |  +- Grace. B. 27 Dec. 1677. M. John Foote Oct 21, 1703.
   |  |
   |  +- Nicholas Glanville. B. at Whitchurch 20 Sep, 1669.
   |      Bur. 29 Sep. 1679
   |
   +- Dorothy. B. 20 Ap. 1641.
      + Nicholas Ashe of Whitchurch. M. 11 Feb. 1684.
      |
      +- etc.


B
|
+- Mary. B. Mar. 6, 1760.
|
+- John. B. June 9, 1762.
|
+- Nicholas. B. Ap. 3, 1764.
|
+- Richard. B. Aug. 1, 1769.
|
+- Walter Glanville. B. at Whitchurch Ap. 21, 1772.
   + Anne Windeatt. M. at Whitchurch Mar. 27, 1800.
   |
   +- Mary Ann. B. Jan. 25, 1801.
   |
   +- John Glanville. B. at Whitchurch Mar. 13, 1803.

Uncertain

Nicholas, s. of John Glanville, 7 Oct. 1695.
Mary Glanville m. to William Ware 21 May 1728.
Alice Glanville m. Andrew Harris June 25, 1784.
Mary Glanville m. Robert Stronge July 11, 1787.
John, son of John Glanville, gent., b. at Whitchurch 9 May 1646.
Winifred, da. of John Glanville, gent., b. at Whitchurch 22 July 1648.
Francis, son of John Glanville, gent., b. at Whitchurch 12 Nov. 1650. Ob. 1663.
William Cawse m. to Ann Glanville 7 June 1635.
John Glanville, bur. 21 Jun 1663.
George Glanville, bur. 25 Feb. 1665.
Glanville Pengelly, gent., bur. 19 June 1708.


The Glanvilles of Holwell also possessed two other estates near Whitchurch -- namely, Sortridge and Grindon (or Greendon). The former is still in the possession of their descendant, as the following Pedigree will shew:-

John Glanville of Sortridge. [see page 171.]
+ Elizabeth. Living 1664.
|
+- Winifred Glanville, heiress of Sortridge.
   + John Pengelly of Anthony, Cornwall.
   |
   +- Francis Pengelly of Sortridge, Barrister-at-Law.
      + Ann Downing of Bury St. Edmund's. Marriage Settlement dated 27 May 1699.
      |
      +- John Francis Pengelly of Sortridge.
      |  + Mary, da. of James Butleel.
      |  |
      |  +- Henry Pengelly of Sortridge.
      |     + Sarah Lee.
      |     |
      |     +- Mary B. Pengelly of Sortridge, heiress.
      |        + Thomas Spry.
      |        |
      |        +- Henry Pengelly Spry of Sortridge, 1880.
      |           + Miss Hawke.
      |           |
      |           +- etc.
      |
      +- Glanville Pengelly. Ob. 1708.
      |
      +- Jacob Pengelly.

Glanville of Launceston, co. Cornwall

(Compiled from the Visitation of Cornwall, Parish Registers of Launceston, and Wills.)


HALLAMORE
---------
John Hallamore of Penryn.
|
+- Walter Halamore of Penryn, co. Cornwall.
   + Eleanor Bragdon of Rye. 1st wife.
   |
   +- Peter Halamore of Penryn. Living 1620.
      + Ann, da. of John Trewolla of Trewolla, Esq.
      |
      +- Grace, da, of Peter Hallamore of Penryn, gent. (see below)


JOPE
----
Roger Jope of Meryfield, co. Cornwall.
+ Jane Collyn.
|
+- John Jope of Meryfield.
   + Ketherene, da. of John Tremouth of Stoke Clymsland.
   |
   +- John Jope of Meryfield, Esq. (see below)
   

PEDIGREE BB. [see page 185.]
----------------------------
Thomas Glanville of Tavistock, 3rd son of John Glanville of Tavistock,
 and brother to Judge Glanville. [see page 185.]
+ Jane, da. of John Cornish of Tavistock, gent.
|
+- John Glanville of Launceston, co. Cornwall, s. and h.
   + Mary, da. of John Skerrett of Whitchuch, Devon. 2nd wife.
   |
   +- No issue according to Visitation of Cornwall.
   
   + Christian, da. of John Estcotte, Esq., of Abbotsham.
      (see Pedigree IV., page 200) M. Feb 12, 1587. 1st wife.
   |
   +- John Glanville, 2nd son. B. at Launceston Nov. 28, 1599.
   |   + Grace, da. of Peter Hallamore of Penryn, gent. (see above)
   |   |
   |   +- Mary Glanville.
   |      + John Vivian.
   |      |
   |      +- Francis Vivian. [fn 172]
   |
   +- Mary Glanville. B. April 20, 1596.
   |  + John Jope, of Meryfield, Esq. M. 16 May 1614. (see above)
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Susan Glanville. B. Aug. 4, 1598.
   |  + Christopher Brokene of Totness, gent. M. Oct. 6, 1616.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Alice. B. 1601. Ob. 1603.
   |
   +- Katherine. B. 1592. Ob. 1614.
   |
   +- John. B. 1590. Ob. 1597.
   |
   +- Alice Glanville. B. 14 July 1604.
   |  + Robert Carey. M. 16 Dec. 1628. Probably son of Sir George Carey.
   |     See Burke, 'L.G.,' Cary of Torr Abbey, Devon, who calls himself
   |     Christopher.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Agnes Glanville. B. Sep. 1, 1605.
   |  + Walter Debell. M. Aug. 1628.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   A


A      
|
+- Oliver Glanville of Launceston, s. and h. B. March 31, 1594.
    Will proved P.C.C. 29 Nov. 1641 (Evelyn, 144).
    Bur. at Launceston Aug. 14, 1641.
   + Elizabeth, da. of Christopher Brokene of Totness, gent.
      Sole ex'trix to her husband's will (Wooton, 640, 1658). 
      Bur. at Launceston, "in the Chancel", Oct. 5, 1658.
   |
   +- Mary Glanville. B. Mar. 2, 1619.
   |  + Thomas Cocke. M. Apr. 6, 1641.
   |  |
   |  +- Christopher Cocke.
   |
   +- Anna. B. Nov. 3, 1633. Named in her father's and mother's wills.
   |
   +- Sarah Glanville. B. 25 Feb. 1637. 
   |   Named in her father's and mother's wills.
   |  + Thomas Blight, gent. M. 14 Nov. 1660.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Alice Glanville. B. Nov. 17, 1622. Vis. of Cornwall says she married also
   |   Robert Jenkin of St. Thomas by Launceston.
   |  + George Bekkett. M. 1 Oct. 1647 at Launceston.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Elizabeth Glanville. B. Jan. 22, 1628.
   |  + Thomas, son of Christopher Roberts, gent., of Lifton, Devon. 
   |  |  M. 5 Jan. 1657.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- Catherine Glanville. B. July 18, 1630. Named in her father's and 
   |   mother's will with her husband, Mr. Whichalse.
   |
   +- Catherine. B. 1625. Ob. 1626.
   |
   +- Grace. B. 1621. Ob. 1622.
   |
   +- John. B. 1618. Ob. 1620.
   |
   +- John. B. 1624. Ob. 1625.
   |
   +- Thomas Glanville. B. Mar. 9, 1634.
   |
   +- Christopher Glanville. B. 21 Oct. 1627. Ob. ante 1658.
   |
   +- Oliver Glanville. B. May 8, 1636, at Launceston.
   |  + Bridget, da. of Rev. Joseph May of St. Austell. M. Feb. 20, 1660, 
   |  |  at Lawhitton.
   |  |
   |  +- Grace. B. Jan. 19, 1661.
   |  |
   |  +- Mary. B. Jan 9, 1666.
   |  |
   |  +- Elizabeth. B. and d. 1669.
   |
   +- Arthur Glanville. B. June 3, 1632. Steward of the City of Exeter, 1682.
   |
   +- Francis Glanville of Launceston. B. 7 Dec. 1623. Ex'or to his 
       mother's will. Alderman of Launceston. Bur. Oct. 22, 1695.
      + Sarah, da. of Rev. Richard Hancocke of Northpetherwine. 
         M. 22 Feb 1660, at Launceston. Bur. 28 May 1669.
      |
      +- Francis Glanville. B. at Launceston May 21, 1661. 
      |   Bur. Mar. 7, 1697.
      |
      +- John. B. 1662. Ob. 1676.
      |
      +- Richard. B. 1662.
      |
      +- Nicholas. B. 1665. Ob. 1676.
      |
      +- Sarah. B. 1666. Ob. 1667.
      |
      +- Grace. B. 1668. Ob. 1689.
   
      + Mrs. Jane Hicks. M. at Launceston Ap. 11, 1670. 2 wife.
         Bur. at Launceston 26 Dec. 1697.
      |
      +- William. B. 1676. Ob. 1676.
      |
      +- Mary. B. Aug. 20, 1671.
      |
      +- Elizabeth, Nov. 9, 1673.

Uncertain

1574. Oct. the xxvjth daye were married Thomas Gleddon and Julian Glanville.
1666. John Knight and Mary Glanville of Launceston were marryed Oct. ye 30th.
1680. Nov. ye 18. Robert Glanville, gent., buried, aged 96.



Descent of Mrs. Catherine Glanville, wife of John Glanville of Broadhinton, Wilts, Esquire, and also of Mrs. Francis Glanville, late of Catchfrench, com. Cornwall, from Edward I.


Edward I., King of England.
|
+- Elizabeth Plantagenet.
   + Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford.
   |
   +- Margaret de Bohun.
      + Hugh Courtney, Earl of Devon.
      |
      +-Sir Philip Courtney of Powderham, 1415, 6th son.
      | + Elizabeth, da. of Walter, Lord Hungerford.
      | |
      | +- Sir Phillip Courtney of Molland, Devon; Sheriff of Devon 10 Ed. IV.
      |    + Elizabeth, da. of Robert Hingeston of Woneswell, Esq.
      |    |
      |    +- Margaret Courtney, 2nd da.
      |       + Sir John Champernoune of Modbury, Devon.
      |       |
      |       +- Sir Phillip Champernoune of Modbury, Devon, 
      |           Living in Henry VII.
      |          + Catherine, da. of Sir Edmund Carew. (see below)
      |          |
      |          +- John Champernoune of Modbury.
      |             + Katherine, da. of W., Lord Mountjoy.
      |             |
      |             +- Henry Champernoune of Modbury.
      |                + Catherine, da. of Sir Richard Edgecumbe. Ob. 1561.
      |                |
      |                +- Mary Champernoune. Ob. 1611.
      |                   + Edmund Fortescue of Fallipitt, Devon. 
      |                      Sheriff of Devon 1623.
      |                   |
      |                   +- John Fortescue of Fallipitt. Ob. 1649.
      |                      + Sarah, da. of Sir Edmund Prideaux of Netherton. 
      |                         Ob. 1620.
      |                      |
      |                      +- Sir Edmund Fortescue. B. 1610.
      |                         + Jane Southcotte of Mohun's Ottery, Devon. 
      |                            Ob. 1642.
      |                         |
      |                         A
      |
      +- Sir Edward Courtney.
         + Emeline, da. and h. of Sir John Dawney, Kt.
         |
         +- Sir Hugh Courtney of Haccombe, Devon.
            + Phillipa, da. and coh. of Sir William Erchedeacon, Kt.
            |
            +- Jane Courtney of Haccombe, Devon.
               + Sir Nicholas Carew. Ob. 1446.
               |
               +- Sir Thomas Carew.
               |  + Joan, da. of John Carminow.
               |  |
               |  +- Sir Nicholas Carew.
               |     + Margaret, da. of Sir John Denham.
               |     |
               |     +- Sir Edmund Carew.
               |        + Catherine, da. of Sir W. Huddesfield. (see above)
               |
               +- Alexander Carew, 4 son, Sheriff of Cornwall 3 Hen. VIII.
                  + Elizabeth, da. of John Hatch of Hatch, Devon.
                  |
                  +- John Carew of East Antoony, Cornwall. 
                      Sheriff of Cornwall 6 Hen. VIII.
                     +  Thomasine, da. and coh. of Roger Holland.
                     |
                     +- Sir Wymond Carew, M.P. for Peterborough 1 Edw. VI.
                        + Martha, da. of Sir Edmund Denny.
                        |
                        B


A
|
+- Catherine Fortescue, M. Feb. 1652. Ob. 1684. [see page 187.]
   + John, third son of Sir John Glanville, Serjeant-at-Law, and Speaker of
      the House of Commons, 1640. Of Broadhinton Manor, Wilts. Ob. 1688.
   |
   +- John Glanville. [see page 187.]
   |
   +- Winifred Glanville. [see page 187.]
   |
   +- Edward Glanville. [see page 187.]


B
|
+- Thomas Carew of East Antony. M.P. for Plymouth 2 and 3 Philip and Mary.
   + Elizabeth, da. of Sir Richard Edgecumbe of Mount Edgecumbe.
   |
   +- Richard Carew, M.P. Author of 'Survey of Cornwall'. Ob. 1620.
      + Julian, da. of John Arundel of Trerice.
      |
      +- Sir Richard Carew, Bart., 1641.
         + Bridget, da. of John Chudleigh, Devon.
         |
         +- Sir Alexander Carew, 2nd Bart., M.P. Beheaded 1643.
            + Jane, da. of Robert Rolle of Heanton, Devon.
            |
            +- Sir John Carew, 3rd Bart., M.P. for Cornwall 12 Ch. II.
               + Sarah, da. of Anthony Hungerford.
               |
               +- Jane Carew. M. 12 Dec. 1681.
                  + Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, Cornwall.
                  |
                  +- Sarah Rashleigh.
                     + Rev. Carolus Pole, son of Sir John Pole, 5th Bart.
                     |
                     +- Reginald Pole.
                        + Anne, da. of John Francis Buller of Morval, co. Cornwall
                        |
                        +- Right Hon. Reginald Pole-Carew. Assumed the name of
                            Carew of inheriting the estates of that family 1771.
                           + Caroline Anne, da. of Wm Lord Lyttleton.
                              M. 4 May, 1808
                           |
                           +- William Henry Pole-Carew. B. 30 July 1811.
                           |   Of Antony, Cornwall. M.P. 1845-52.
                           |   M. 28 Aug. 1838 Frances Anne, da. of John
                           |   Buller of Morval, Esq.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Geraldine M.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Reginald. B. 1849.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Fanny Julia.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Charles Edward. B. 1853.
                           |  |
                           |  +- William Lyttleton. B. 1856. Ob. 1861.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Gerald. B. 1858.
                           |  |
                           |  +- Caroline Lyttleton.
                           |
                           +- Caroline Pole-Carew. M. Major-General
                           |   J.B. Bucknall-Estcourt.
                           |
                           +- Frances A. Pole-Carew. M. Joseph Yorke
                           |   of Forthampton Court, Esq.
                           |
                           +- Juliana Pole-Carew. M. Thomas, Lord Robartes. 
                           |
                           +- Catherine Pole-Carew.
                           |
                           +- Gerald Pole-Carew.

                           + Jemima, da. and h. of Hon. John Yorke. 
                              M. 18 Nov 1784. Ob. 16 July 1804.
                           |
                           +- Amabel Pole-Carew. B. 6 May 1796. M. 1821.
                           |  + Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, Esq.,
                           |     J.P., D.L. [see pages 189, 190.]
                           |  |
                           |  +- 1. Jemima Amabel Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 2. Francis Robert Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 3. Henry Carew Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 4. George Julius Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 5. Reginald Carew Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 6. Mary Agneta Glanville.
                           |  |
                           |  +- 7. Harriet Elizabeth Glanville.
                           |      [see pages 189,190.]
                           |
                           +- Joseph Pole-Carew. M. (1) Caroline, da.
                           |   of John Ellis, and (2) Mrs. Cardogan.
                           |
                           +- John Reginald Pole-Carew. Ob. s.p. 1804.
                           |
                           +- Charlotte J. Pole-Carew. M.
                           |   (1) Charles Garth Colleton, Esq., of Haines Hill, 
                           |   Berks, and
                           |   (2) Count A. de Morel de Champemont.
                           |
                           +- Jemima Pole Carew.
                           |
                           +- Elizabeth A. Pole-Carew.
                           |
                           +- Hariett Pole-Carew. M. John, Earl of St. Germans.
                           |
                           +- Agneta Pole-Carew. M. Thomas Somers-Cocks.


PEDIGREE III


Descent of Mrs. Elizabeth Glanville, wife of Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, Cornwall, Esquire, from the Fanshawes of Fanshawe Gate, com. Derby.


John Fansham of Fanshaw Gate, Derby. B. 1504. Ob. 1578.
|
+- Thomas Fanshaw of Ware Park, Herts.
   |
   +- William Fanshawe of Parslowes, Auditor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Ob. 1634.
      + Catherine, da. of Sir John Wolstenholme.
      |
      +- John Fanshawe of Parslowes, 1639.
         + Alice, da. of Thomas Fanshaew of Jenkins.
         |
         +- John Fanshawe of Parslowes. Ob. 1697.
            + Mary, da. of Thomas Coke of Melbourne, co. Derby, Esq.
            |
            +- Charles Fanshawe, Admiral Royal Navy. Ob. 1757.
               + Elizabeth, da. of Sir John Rogers, Bart., of Blanchford, Devon.
               |
               +- Robert Fanshawe, Capt. Royal Navy 26 Dec. 1799, 
                   Comr of Plymouth Dockyard.
                  + Christiana, da. of John Gemrys, Esq.
                  |
                  +- Robert Fanshawe, Capt. R.N. Ob. 1804.
                  |
                  +- Edward Fanshawe, C.B. General, R.E. Ob. 1858.
                  |
                  +- Sir Arthur Fanshawe, K.C.B. Admiral R.N.
                  |
                  +- Christiana Fanshawe. M. Rev. . . . . Haggistt, D.D.
                  |
                  +- Elizabeth Fanshawe. M. Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, 
                  |   Esq., 1796
                  |  |
                  |  +- Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, ob. 1880, and others.
                  |      Born 1797.
                  |     + Amabel, da. of Right Hon. Reginald Pole-Carew of 
                  |        Anthony, Cornwall.
                  |     |
                  |     +- Major-General Robert Glanville, R.A., of Catchfrench, 
                  |         and others. [see pages 189, 190.]
                  |
                  +- Catherine Fanshawe. M. Admiral Sir T.B. Martin, G.C.B.
                  |
                  +- Cordelia Fanshawe. M. Admiral Sir Thomas Chambers White.
                  |
                  +- Penelope Fanshawe. M. Colonel Duckworth, kille 1810.
                  |
                  +- Henrietta Fanshawe.


Descent of the Right Hon. the Earl of Mount Edgecumbe from Sir John Glanville of Broadhinton.


Sir John Glanville, Serjeant-at-Law, Speaker of the Hous of Commons 1640.
 Ob. 1661. [see page 186.]
+ Winifred, da. of W. Bouchier of Barnsley, com. Gloucestershire, Esq.
   [see pages 125, 128.]
|
+- Mary Glanville. B. 1616. M. 1636.
   + Piers Edgecumbe of Mount Edgecumbe, Devon. M.P., eldest son of
      Sir Richard Edgecumbe. Ob. 1660. [see pages 128,129, and 188.]
   |
   +- Sir Richard Edgecumbe, K.B. Ob. 1688.
   |  + Anne Montague, 2nd da. of Edward, Earl of Sandwich.
   |  |
   |  +- Richard Edgecumbe, M.P., Lord of the Treasury 1716. Created
   |      Lord Edgecumbe 20 Apr. 1742. Ob. 1758. [fn 163]
   |     + Matilda, dau. of Sir Henry Furness, Bart. of Kent.
   |     |
   |     +- Richard, 2nd Lord Edgecumbe. Ob. s.p. 1761.
   |     |
   |     +- George, 3rd Lord Edgecumbe, and 1st Earl of Mount Edgecumbe 18 Aug. 1789.
   |         Admiral of the Blue. Ob. 1795.
   |        + Emma, only da. and h. of John Gilbert, D.D., Lord Archbishop of York.
   |        |
   |        +- Richard, 2nd Earl of Mount Edgecumbe.
   |           + Sophia, da. and h. of John, 2nd Earl of Buckingham.
   |           |
   |           +- Ernest Augustus, 3rd Earl of Mount Edgecumbe. Ob. 1861.
   |              + Caroline, da. of Rear-Admiral Fielding.
   |              |
   |              +- William Henry, 4th and present Earl of Mount Edgecumbe.
   |                 + Katherine Elizabeth, da. of the Duke of Abercorn, K.G.
   |                 |
   |                 +- etc.
   |
   +- Francis. Ob. S.p. [fn 162]
   |
   +- Winifred. M. Thomas, Earl of Coventry.


PEDIGREE IV


Descent of Christian Estcott, wife of John Glanville, Esquire, of Launceston.


Walter Escott, temp. Henry VI.
+ . . . . da. of . . . . Hurst of Crediton, Devon.
|
+- Thomas Escott, s. and h.
   + Alicia, da. and coh. of John Tolworthy of Peneshill in Abbotsham.
   |
   +- John Escott, temp. Edw. IV.
      + Jane Browninge.
      |
      +- John Estcott, temp. Henry VII.
         |
         +- John Estcott of Launceston, temp. Henry VIII.
            |
            +- John Estcott of Tamerton, temp. Edw. VI.
               + Charity, da. of John Leach, Esq.
               |
               +- Robet Escott of Abbotsham.
                  |
                  +- John Estcott of Abbotsham.
                     + Ann, da. and heir of . . . . Manning, Esq., of co, Devon.
                     |
                     +-  Elizabeth Estcott.
                     |   + Walter Stoford of Stoford, Esq.
                     |   |
                     |   +- etc.
                     |
                     +- Christian Estcott. Bur. at Launceston May 7, 1588.
                     |   + John Glanville of Launceston, Esq. M. 12 Feb. 1587.
                     |   |
                     |   +- Glanville of Launceston. [see page 194.]
                     |
                     +- Joan Estcott.
                     |   + John Read, Esq.
                     |   |
                     |   +- etc.
                     |
                     +- Richard Estcott of Abbotsham.
                        + Sampson Grylls of Launceston.
                        |
                        +- etc.



PEDIGREE VII

Descendants of Mary and Susanna Glanville, Granddaughters of Richard Glanville of Ashburton, Esquire


Richard Glanville of Ashburton. B. 10 Jun 1704.
 [see Glanville Pedigree, pages 129, 187]
+ Elizabeth Saint Hill. M. 31 Aug. 1722
|
+- Richard Glanville of Ashburton. B. 26 Feb. 1755.
|  + Mary Halse. M. 13 Jan. 1755. Ob. 9 May 1756.
|  |
|  +- Mary Glanville. B. 25 July 1755, at Ashburton.
|     + John Sullivan, an Officer in the Royal Navy.
|     |
|     +- Elizabeth Sullivan. Ob. 7 March 1837.
|     |  + Joseph Maddock, Civil Service, son of Benjamin Maddock, Esq., of
|     |     Sullivan, Devonshire. B. 1757. Ob.11 March 1834.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Joseph Maddock, Midshipman R.N. Ob. s.p.
|     |  |
|     |  +- William Maddock, Civil Service (Pay Office).
|     |  |  + Elizabeth Hodder, M. 1804.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Joseph William, Royal Navy. Ob. 1882.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Thomas Searle Maddock, Lieut R.N.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- William John Henry, Paymaster R.N.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Elizabeth Anne Maddock. Living 1882.
|     |  |  |  + W. Smith, C.E. [see page 130.]
|     |  |  |  |
|     |  |  |  +- Lucy C. Smith. B. 23 June 1829. M. 10 June 1850.
|     |  |  |     + Alfred Hickman, Esq., of Wolverhampton, and
|     |  |  |        Aber-Hirnant, Bala.
|     |  |  |     |
|     |  |  |     A
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Maria L.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Matilda E.   B. 1809. [fn 165]
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  +- Julia S. [fn 165]
|     |  |
|     |  +- John Madock, Paymaster R.N. B. 1787. M. 1816.
|     |  |  + Mary Ann Wise.
|     |  |  |
|     |  |  B
|     |  |
|     |  C
|     |
|     +- John Sullivan.
|
+- Roger Glanville. B. 18 Feb. 1742. Bur. at Ashburton 30 Apr 1820. [fn 164]
   + Mary Teddy. M. 12 April 1765. Ob 16 May 1820, aged 76.
   |
   +- Susanna Glanville. B. at Ashburton 14 June 1774.
      + Thomas Taylor, Served as an Officer in the Royal Navy under Admiral
         Sir Charles Cotton, and afterwards appointed Deputy Astronomer Royal
         at Greenwich. B. 1772.
      |
      D


A
|
+- Alfred W.  B. 10 March 1851.
|
+- Louisa. B. 10 Feb. 1852.
|
+- Lucy. B. 27 Jan 1853.
|
+- Charles. B. 7 Aug. 1855.
|
+- Francis. B. 25 July 1856.
|
+- Mary Violette. B. 23 Oct. 1857.
|
+- Margaret S. B. March 1859.
|
+- Thomas Edgecumbe.
|
+- Edward.
|
+- Katherine Joseph.
|
+- Victor Emanuel.
|
+- May.
|
+- Grace Elizabeth.
|
+- Mary.
|
+- John Owen.
|
+- Lilian F.V.M.


B
|
+- Harry Augustus John Frederick Maddock. Lieut R.N. Ob. s.p.
|
+- Caroline Jane Maddock. [fn 165]
|  + C.S. Dunbar, Captain R.N.
|  |
|  +- Charles A.F. Dunbar, Royal Navy.
|     + Elizabeth Cotton, eldest da. of Hugh Maynard-Scrivenor, Esq.
|        M. 9 May 1878.
|     |
|     +- etc.
|
+- Adelaide.
|  + E. Flood. [fn 165]
|
+- Maria Louisa.
   + O. Flood. [fn 165]


C
|
+- Anne Maddock. M. 17 Nov. 1796. Ob. 3 Oct. 1856.
|  + Thomas Searle, Admiral R.N., C.B., etc., etc., son of James Searle,
|     Esq., of Straddlescombe, co. Devon. B. 28 May 1777. Ob. 18 March 1849.
|  |
|  +- John Searle, Lieut. R.N. Ob. s.p.
|  |
|  +- Ann E. Searle. B. 1 Nov. 1805. [fn 165]
|  |  + Peter Stanley Lowe, of Whitehall, Devon, Esq.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Stanley Lowe (late Captain in the Army). [fn 165]
|  |  |
|  |  +- George Lowe. [fn 165]
|  |  |
|  |  +- Henry Lowe. [fn 165]
|  |  |
|  |  +- Amie Lowe. [fn 165]
|  |  |
|  |  +- Anne Lowe. [fn 165]
|  |  |  + Rev. G.M. Capel, rector of Passingham, nephew to the 
|  |  |     6th Earl of Essex.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 1. Leonine Capel.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 2. Hilda Capel.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 3. Bertha Capel.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- And others, minors.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Bertha Lowe. [fn 165]
|  |     + General Sir Wm Turner. 1 husband.
|  |     |
|  |     +- 1. Violet Turner.
|  |     |
|  |     +- 2. William Turner.
|  |     |
|  |     +- 3. Amie Turner.
|  |
|  |     + General G.S. McBean, later Governor of Lucknow. 2 husband.
|  |        M. 20 July 1875. 
|  |
|  +- Amelia Emma Searle. B. 1807.
|  |  + Major Semple, 35th Regt.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Frederick Semple, Lieut. R.N. Ob. s.p.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Henry Semple, Capt. 60th Rifles. Ob. 1881, aged 49.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Charles Semple.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Nicholas Semple.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Edward Semple.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Mary.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Minnie.
|  |
|  +- Louis Mary Searle. M. Sampson Bennett, Esq.
|  |
|  +- Kate Searle. Ob. s.p. 1878.
|  |
|  +- Augusta Charlotte Searle. Ob. 31 March 1850.
|  |  + John C. Sicklemore, Captain R.N. B. 28 Nov. 1804.
|  |  |
|  |  F
|  |
|  +- Charlotte Augusta Searle. B. 1817. Ob. 1841
|  |  + John Worth, Captain R.N.
|  |
|  +- Cecilia Caroline Searle. Ob. 1875.
|  |  + H.C. Burney, Esq., LL.D., J.P. Ob. . . .
|  |  |
|  |  G
|  |
|  E
|
+- Elizabeth Maddock. M. 1806.
|  + Robert Balfour, Captain R.N., son of Admiral Balfour.
|  |
|  +- Edwin Balfour, Captain R.N. B. 1816. Ob. 1879.
|     + Eleanor Myllius, da. of Governor Myllius of The Sychelles.
|     |
|     +- Grace. [fn 165]
|     |
|     +- Robert. [fn 165]
|     |
|     +- Frederick. [fn 165]
|     |
|     +- Lewis. [fn 165]
|
+- Amelia. Ob. s.p.


D
|
H


E
|
+- Jane Splatt Searle. B. 13 Oct. 1803. M. 28 Feb. 1828. Ob. 6 Oct. 1878.
   + Richard Dickinson, Post-Captain R.N., Kt. C.B., Kt. St. A., Kt. St. L.,
      R.G., and the Vladimar (son of Richard Dickinson of Bambro',
      Northumberland, Commander R.N.). Ob. 1 Jan 1840.
   |
   +- Richard Dickinson.
   |
   +- Thomas Searle Dickinson, Commander R.N.
   |  + Louisa Izatt. M. 1866.
   |  |
   |  +- 1. Louisa Dickinson. B. 1867.
   |  |
   |  +- 2. Mabel Maud Dickinson. B. 1873.
   |  |
   |  +- 3. Arthur T. Searle Dickinson. B. 1875.
   |
   +- Rev. George Cockburn Dickinson, Vicar of Hartford. M. 1870.
   |  + Hon. Ursula Elizabeth Dennison, da. of the Right Hon. the late Lord
   |     Londesborough. Ob. 1880.
   |  |
   |  +- 1. Edith J.C.C. Ursula Dickinson.
   |  |
   |  +- 2. Londesborough Granville L.M. Dickinson.
   |  |
   |  +- 3. Francis Trevelyan E. Dickinson.
   |  |
   |  +- 4. Edgell A.A.F. Dickinson.
   |  |
   |  +- 5. Eveline H.E.C. Dickinson.
   |  |
   |  +- 6. George Victor C. Dickinson.
   |
   +- Henry Richard Sweney Dickinson.
   |
   +- Adolphina Frederica Ann Dickinson. Living 1882. Of Windlesham, Surrey.
      + William Glanville Richards (Oxon). B. 4 June 1830. Ob. 1867.
         Eldest son. [pages 132 and 137.] (see below)
      |
      +- 1. William Urmston Searle Glanville Richards.
      |
      +- 2. Henry Arkwright Hakewill Richards.
      |
      +- And four others, who died young.
       
      + Rev. Henry Sach. Ob. 10 March 1880. (2 husband)
      |
      +- Emily Frederica Sach. B. 1869.


F
|
+- Charlotte Sicklemore. M. Charles Morgan, Esq.


G
|
+- 1. Cecelia. M. Capt. Oswald Every, grandson of Sir H. Every, Bart.
|
+- 2. Selina E.  m. Sir Claud E. Scott, Bart.
|
+- 3. Kate.
|
+- 4. William.
|
+- 5. Montague.
|
+- 6. Ida Augusta. M. Augustus Tabeteau, Esq., Lieut. R.N.
|
+- 7. James. M. Gertrude, da. of James Finlay, Esq., 1882.


H
|
+- Thomas Glanville Taylor. B. 22 Nov. 1804, at Ashburton.
|   Astronomer at Greenwich and Madras, Fellow of the Royal Society. Ob. 1840.
|  + Eliza, da. of Colonel Eley, C.S.I.
|  |
|  +- Frederick John Chalmers Taylor. Living 1882.
|  |  + Frederica Georginia Wilton.
|  |  |
|  |  +- 1. Frederick Glanville Taylor.
|  |  |
|  |  +- 2. Louisa Glanville Taylor.
|  |  | 
|  |  +- 3. Frank Glanville Taylor.
|  |  |
|  |  +- 4. Thomas Glanville Taylor.
|  |  | 
|  |  +- 5. Percy Chalmers Taylor.
|  |
|  +- Frank George Taylor.
|  |
|  +- Henry Hanson Taylor.
|
+- Rev. Henry Taylor, LL.D. Chaplain in India. M. Mary Aryton Ellen Bradley.
|   Ob. s.p. 1877.
|
+- Susanna Taylor. M. at Walcot 23 June 1828. Living 1882.
|  + Rev. W. Richards, M.A. Oxon, Vicar of Dawley Magna. B. 1804.
|     Ob. 5 April 1868. [see page 137.]
|  |
|  +- William Glanville Richards. (see above)
|  |
|  +- George Richards, late an Officer in the Army. B. 1833. Ob. s.p. 1879.
|  |
|  I
|
+- Harriet Taylor. Ob. s.p. 1868.


I
|
+- Henry E. Richards, M.D. Ob. 14 Feb. 1877.
|  + Sophia M., da. of Rev. Thomas Moore, M.A.
|  |
|  +- Charles; and others, minors.
|
+- Elizabeth. Ob. s.p.
|
+- Thomas, Midshipman R.N. Ob. s.p.
|
+- John Richards. B. 1837. M. 1864.
|  + Hannah, da. of Charles Soame, Esq., and granddaughter of 
|     Sir Buckworth Soame, Bart.
|  |
|  +- John Richards.
|
+- Harriet Louisa Richards. M. 1864.
|  + Rev. Henry D. Moore, B.A., Vicar of Hornby, Yorks.
|     Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Leeds.
|  |
|  +- 1. Henry A. Glanville Moore.
|  |
|  +- 2. Dora L. Trustlove Moore.
|  |
|  +- 3. Jane F.J.W. Moore.
|
+- Maria Richards. M. 1867.
|  + Samuel More-Richards, only son of the Rev. S. More-Richards.
|  |
|  +- 1. A.O. More-Richards.
|  |
|  +- 2. Lilla Roberta.
|  |
|  +- 3. Georgina M.
|
+- Francis Glanville Richards. M. 1874.
|  + Catherine B. da. of Rev. Peter Moody, M.A.
|  |
|  +- etc. 
|
+- Edward S.  And others, died young.


PEDIGREE VIII


Pedigree shewing the Descent of Lady Winifred Glanville.


Hugh Browne of the county of Middlesex. [fn 166]
|
+- Stephen Browne, son and heir.
   |
   +- Hugh Browne, son and heir.
   |
   +- Walter Browne of Hitcham, in co. Suffolk.
      + Eleanor Trewour.
      |
      +- Thomas Browne of Colchester, co. Essex.
         + Agnes, da. of John Tuke of Colchester.
         |
         +- John Browne of Colchester.
            + Florence, da. and heir of John Chersey.
            |
            A
        
         + Elizabeth, da. of William Knightbridge. (2 wife)
         |
         +- Catherine.
            + Wm. Gumnell.
            |
            +- etc.


Hugh Mildmay, living 1147.
|
+- Sir Roger Mildmay.
   |
   +- Roger Mildmay.
   |  |
   |  +- Henry Mildmay.
   |     |
   |     +- Ranulph Mildmay.
   |        |
   |        +- Henry Mildmay of Stonehouse, co. Gloucestershire, 
   |            24 Edw. II., 1350
   |           |
   |           +- Henry Mildmay. Charter dated 1393.
   |              |
   |              +- Robert Mildmay, 1401.
   |                 |
   |                 +- Robert Mildmay, 1439.
   |                    |
   |                    +- Thomas Mildmay, temp. Edw. IV.
   |                       |
   |                       B
   |
   +- Herbert. Ob. s.p.


A
|
+- John.
|
+- Clement.
|
+- Margaret.
|
+- Sir Richard Browne, Clerk of Green Cloth to Kings James I.
|  + Joan, da. of . . . . Vygoins.
|  |
|  +- Christopher.
|     + Thomazine, da. and heir of Benj. Gonsor, Esq.
|     |
|     +- Richard Browne.
|
+- William Browne, son and heir.
   + Margaret, dau of Robert Leeche.
   |
   +- Sir Richard Browne, Bart. Ambassador to France, 1647. 3 son.
   |  + Mary, da. of Sir G. Prettyman.
   |  |
   |  +- Mary Browne, sole heiress.
   |     + John Evelyn of Sayes Court.
   |     |
   |     +- [see pages 124, 125, 206.]
   |
   +- Robert Browne, son and heir.
   |
   +- William Browne.
   |
   +- Edward.
   |
   +- William.
   |
   +- Susan Browne. (see below)
      + William Bourchier, J.P., of Barnsley, Will proved 1623. [fn 167]
         (see below)


B
|
+- Walter Mildmay of Writtell, co. Essex.
   + Mary, da. of Sir Thomas Everard of Waltham, Essex.
   |
   +- Sir Thomas Mildmay of Chelmsford, Essex.
      + Agnes Reade.
      |
      +- Thomas Mildmay, ancestor of the Mildmay, Baronets and of Benjamin
      |   Mildmay, Earl Fitzwalter.
      |
      +- William Mildmay, ancestor to Sir St. John H.B.P. Mildmay, Bart., 1850.
      |
      +- John.
      |
      +- Sir Walter Mildmay, Knight of the Garter, Principal Councillor, 
      |   Chancellor, and Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth. Ob. 1589.
      |
      +- Johanna. M. Christopher Peyton.
      |
      +- Thomazine Mildmay.
         + Anthony Bourchier of Barnsley, co. Gloucestershire, Esq.
         |
         +- Thomas Bourchier of Barnsley, Esq.
            |
            +- Charles Bourchier, son and heir. Sold Barnsley to his 
            |   brother William.
            |
            +- William Bourchier, J.P. of Barnsley, Will proved 1623. [fn 167]
                (see above)
               + Susan Browne. (see above)
               |
               +- Walter Bourchier, son and heir. B. 1585. Ob. 1648.
               |  + Mary, da. of Richard Browne of Singleton in Kent, Esq.
               |     [fn 168]
               |  |
               |  +- A quo Bourchier of Barnsley. Pedigree certified at
               |      Heralds' College 31 July 1682.
               |
               +- Anthony Bourchier. M. Jane Needle. [fn 167]
               |  =
               |  +- George Bourchier.
               |  |
               |  +- Anthony Bourchier.
               |
               +- John Bourchier of Stanmore. Named in Sir John Glanville's Will.
               |  + Catherine Busnell.
               |  |
               |  +- etc.
               |
               +- Mary Bourchier. [fn 167]
               |  + Sir John Prettyman.
               |
               +- Winifred Bourchier. Ob. 1676. [fn 167]
               |  + Sir John Glanville of Broad Hinton. [see page 125.]
               |  |
               |  +- William Glanvile. [see pages 126, 187.]
               |  |
               |  +- Francis Glanville. [pages 127, 187.]
               |  |
               |  +- John Glanville. [pages 127, 187.]
               |  |
               |  +- Julius Glanville. [pages 138, 188.]
               |  |
               |  +- Mary Glanville. [pages 128, 188, 199.]
               |  |
               |  +- Margaret Glanville. [pages 128, 188.]
               |  |
               |  +- Elizabeth Glanville. [page 129.]
               |
               +- Christian. M. John Stephens, Esq.


PEDIGREE IX


Descendants of George Glanville


George Glanville. B. 1618. Ob. 12 Apr 1702. Mentioned in Evelyn's 'Diary'.
 [see page 104]
+ Jane, da, of Richard Evelyn of Wooton, Surrey, Esq., and sister of the 
   celebrated John Evelyn of Sayes Court. [see page 205.]
|
+- William Glanville, Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple. Will, Tennison
    32, made 31 Dec. 1717. Ob. 1718. Buried at Wooton, Surrey.
   + Frances, da. of Edward Hales of Kent, Esq.
   |
   +- Frances, Ob. inf.
   |
   +- Frances Glanville, sole heiress. Ob. 23 July 1719, aet. 22. Tablet to 
       her in Godestone Church. (1 wife) [fn 169]
      + William Evelyn of St. Clere, Kent, 5th son of George Evelyn of Nutfield.
         Assume the arms and name of Glanville on his marriage with his cousin
         Frances Glanville. [see pages 163, 164]. William Glanville, Esq.,
         buried at Godestone 27 Oct 1766.
      |
      +- Frances Glanville, heiress to her mother.  Bap. 9 June 1719.
          M. Dec. 1742. Died in South Audley Street, 25 Feb. 1805, aet. 86.
         + Hon. Edward, Admiral Boscawen, General of Marines and Lord of the
            Admiralty, 2nd son of Hugh, Viscount Falmouth. B. 19 Aug. 1711.
            Ob. 10 Jan. 1761. Buried at St. Penkivel, Cornwall. 
            Monument to him there.
         |
         +- George Evelyn, 3rd son, 3rd Viscount Falmouth. B. 6 May 1758.
         |   Succeeded 1782. Buried at St. Penkivel.
         |  + Elizabeth Anne, da. and heiress of John Crewe, Esq. Ob. 1793.
         |  |
         |  +- Edward, Created Earl of Falmouth. B. 1787. M. 1810. Ob. 1841.
         |  |  + Anne Frances, da. of Henry Bankes of Kingston House, 
         |  |     co. Dorset, Esq.
         |  |  |
         |  |  +- George Henry, 2nd Earl of Falmouth. Ob. s.p.
         |  |
         |  +- Rev. J. E. Boscawen, Rector of Wooton, Surrey. B. 1790.
         |  |   M. 1814. Ob. 1851.
         |  |  + Catherine Elizabeth, da. of Arthur Annesley, Esq., co. Oxon.
         |  |     Ob. 30 July 1859.
         |  |  |
         |  |  +- [see pages 105, 106.]
         |  |
         |  +- Elizabeth. M. Lord A.J.H. Somerset.
         |  |
         |  +- Anne. M. Right Hon. Sir John Warrender, Bart.
         |
         A
         
A
|
+- Frances Boscawen, eldest da. B. 7 March 1746. M. 5 July 1773.
|   Ob. 14 July 1813.
|  + Admiral Hon. John Leveson Gower, 2nd son of John, 1st Earl Gower. 
|     B. 11 July 1740. Ob. at Bill Hill, Berks, 2 Aug. 1792.
|  |
|  +- John Leveson Gower. B. 25 June 1774. M. 1796. A General in the Army. 
|  |   Ob. 14 Sept. 1816.
|  |  + Isabella Mary, da. of Philip Bowes-Broke, Esq., of Broke Hall Suffolk.
|  |  |
|  |  +- John Levelson Gower of Bill Hill, Berks. B. 1802.
|  |  |  + Charlotte G.E., da. of Col. H. Mitchel, and grand-daughter of Henry,
|  |  |     5th Duke of Beaufort.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- John Edward. B. 20 March 1826.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Hugh Broke Boscawen. B. 12 Aug. 1836.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Sackville. B. 28 Aug. 1839. Ob. 3 May 1874.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Gertrude H. M.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- Cecil H. M.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Edward Leveson Gower. B. 1807. M. 23 March 1809 Frances, 
|  |  |   da. of D. Powell. Ob. 6 Dec. 1853.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Mary. Ob. unmarried 1861.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Anastasia. Ob. young.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Isabella. B. Aug 1803. M. 8 Sept. 1825.
|  |     + John Selwin, Esq., afterwards Sir John Selwin, Bart., of Down Hall,
|  |        Essex. Ob. 20 March 1869.
|  |
|  +- Admiral Edward Leveson Gower. B. 8 May 1776. 
|  |
|  +- William Leveson Gower. B. 6 Aug 1779. M. 20 Aug. 1804. Ob. 7 Oct. 1851.
|  |   Buried at Clapham.
|  |  + Katherine, da. and heiress of Sir John Gresham, Bart. B. 11 Feb. 1770;
|  |     bapt. at St George's Hanover Square. Ob. 3 Oct. 1808, at Titsey.
|  |  |
|  |  +- William Leveson Gower of Titsey Place, Surrey. B. 23 Nov. 1806.
|  |  |   M. 17 June 1834. Ob. 15 Dec. 1860. Buried at Titsey.
|  |  |  + Emily Eliza Josephine, 3rd da. of Sir Francis Hastings Doyle, Bart.
|  |  |     B. 30 Nov. 1811. Ob. 16 April 1872.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 1. Granville William Gresham Leveson Gower. B. 25 Feb. 1838.
|  |  |  |  + Hon. Sophia, youngest da. of Chandos, Lord Leigh. M. 21 May 1861.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 2. Arthur F.G. Leveson Gower. B. 25 April 1851. M. 4 Aug. 1881.
|  |  |  |  + Caroline, 3rd da. of George Foljambe, Esq., of Osberton, Notts,
|  |  |  |     and Selina, Viscountess Milton.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 3. Emily K. Mary. B. 11 June 1835.
|  |  |  |  + Rev. James Haldane Stewart.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 4. Mary Elizabeth. B. 10 Nov. 1837.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 5. Selina Frances D. B. 29 Feb 1840.
|  |  |  |  + Rev. Wm Champion Streatfeild.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 6. Caroline S.G. B. 2 Sept. 1842.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- 7. Frances A. G. B. 7 March 1846.
|  |  |     + Arthur Wyatt Edgell, Esq. of Cowley House, Devon.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Katherine Frances. B. 19 Aug. 1805. Ob. 20 Feb. 1830.
|  |  |  + Capt. G. Hope, R.N. M. 23 April 1805.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- etc. 
|  |  |
|  |  +- Frances Elizabeth. B. 25 Sept. 1808. Ob. 7 Dec. 1869.
|  |
|  +- Rev. Granville Leveson Gower. B. 1782. Ob. unmar. 1841.
|  |
|  +- Augustus. Living 1797. Ob. before 1799. 
|  |
|  +- Frances. M. 1813.
|  |  + John Ward of Durham.  
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth. M. 1803. Ob. 1824.
|     + John Tillie Corytor, Esq., of Penkivel, co. Cornwall.
|
+- Elizabeth Boscawen, 2nd da. B. 13 June 1747. M. 2 April 1766. Ob. 15 June 1828.
   + Henry, 5th Duke of Beaufort, K.G. B. 16 Oct. 1744. Ob. 11 Oct. 1803.
   |
   B
   
   
B
|
+- Norbrome B. Henry. B. 1771. Ob. 1838. [fn 170]
|
+- Robert E.H. General. B. 1776. [fn 170]
|
+- Arthur John Henry. [fn 170]
|
+- William George Henry. [fn 170]
|
+- John Thomas Henry. [fn 170]
|
+- Fitzroy James Henry. Created Lord Raglan 1852.
|
+- Elizabeth. [fn 170]
|
+- Frances. [fn 170]
|
+- Harriet. [fn 170]
|
+- Henry Charles, 6th Duke of Beaufort. B. 22 Dec. 1766. M. 16 May 1791.
|  + Charlotte Sophia, da. of Granville, 1st Marquis of Strafford.
|  |
|  +- And other issue. See 'Peerage.'
|  |
|  +- Henry, 7th Duke of Beaufort, K.G. B. 1792. M. 1814.
|     + Georginia, da. of Hon. Henry Fitzroy. 1st wife.
|     |
|     +- Augusta.
|     |
|     +- Georginia.
|
|     + Emily Frances, da. of Charles Culling Smith, Esq. M. 1822. 2nd wife.
|     |
|     +- Henry Charles Fitzroy, 8th Duke of Beaufort.
|     |  + Georginia Charlotte, da. of Earl Howe.
|     |  |
|     |  +- Henry A.W.F., Marquis of Worcester.
|     |
|     +- Emily B.C.  M. Viscount Duplin.
|     |
|     +- Rose C.M.  M. Captain Francis F. Lovell.
|     |
|     +- Harietta L.P.  M. John Morant, Esq.
|     |
|     +- Geraldine H. Anne.
|     |
|     +- Katherine E. Mary.
|     |
|     +- Edith Frances Wilhelmina.
|        + Lord Londesborough.
|
+- Charles Henry. B. 1767. [fn 170]
   + Elizabeth, da. of Viscount Cournety. 1st wife.
   
   + Mary, da. of Earl Poulett.


PEDIGREE X


Descent of Lady Elizabeth Glanville, wife of Sir Francis Glanville, Knight M.P., of Kilworthy, Tavistock, Devon


DE GLANVILLE
------------
Lord Ranulph de Glanville, Earl of Suffolk. Lord Chief Justice of England, 1180.
+ Bertha de Valoins. [see page 45.]
|
+- William de Glanville, Earl of Suffolk. Ob. 1228.
   |
   +- Gilbert de Glanville, Earl of Suffolk
      |
      +- Ralph de Glanville
         |
         +- Maud de Glanville, sole heiress.
            + Sir Wm de Vesey.
            |
            +- Sarah de Vescy. [page 46.]
               + Robert de Ufford.
               |
               +- Robert de Ufford. Summoned as a Baron 1308-11. [see page 46.]
                  (see below).


DE GLANVILLE
------------
William de Glanville, son of Sir Hervey de Glanville. [pages 56, 57, 178.]
|
+- Agnes de Glanville, heiress to her father, and to her uncle Sir Roger de 
    Glanville.
   + Sir Robert de Creke, 34 Hen. II.
   |
   +- Isabel de Creke.
      + John de Valoins, Lord of Hickley, Suffolk.
      |
      +- Robert de Valoins. [see page 178.]
         + Rohesia, da. of Wm. Le Blund.
         |
         +- Robert de Valoins.
            + Eve de Creketot.
            |
            +- Cecilia de Valions. [see pages 16, 19.]
               + Robert de Ufford. (see above)
               |
               +- Robert de Ufford, K.G. 1332-37, a Baron. Earl of Suffolk.
                  + Margaret, sister to Sir John de Norwich.
                  |
                  +- Cecilia de Ufford. [see pages 19,20.]
                  |  + Sir John Willoughby, Baron of Eresby. [see page 48.]
                  |  |
                  |  +- Sir Robert Willoughby, Baron of Eresby.
                  |     + Alice, da, of Sir William Skipwith.
                  |     
                  |     + Elizabeth, da. and heiress of William, Lord
                  |        Latimer, who was himself descended from Ranulph de
                  |        Glanville, L.C.J. of England, 1180.
                  |     |
                  |     +- Sir Thomas Willoughby.
                  |        + Elizabeth, sister and heiress of John Neville,
                  |           Lord Latimer.
                  |        |
                  |        +- Sir John Willoughby.
                  |           + Jane, da. and heiress of . . . . Welby, Esq.
                  |           |
                  |           A
                  |
                  +- Other issue.


CRYMES
------
Ellis Crymes of Buckland Monachorum, Devon.
+ Ann Prideaux of Nutwell, co. Devon.
|
+- Other issue
|
+- William Crymes of Buckland Monachorum. ARMS.- Or, three bars gules charged
    with as many martlets argent, and on a chevron argent two bars.
    (see below)


A
|
+- Sir John Willoughby.
   + Ann, d. and heiress of Sir Edmund Cheney of Wilts.
   |
   +- Sir Robert Willoughby. Ob. 1502.
      + Blanch, da. of Sir John Champenoune.
      |
      +- Sir Robert Willoughby. Summoned to Parliament 1511.
         + Elizabeth, da. and heiress of Richard. Lord Beauchamp.
         |
         +- Edward Willougby.
            + Elizabeth Neville.
            |
            +- Elizabeth Willoughby.
            |  + Sir Fulke Greville.
            |  |
            |  +- Mary Greville. [fn 171]
            |     + William Harris of Hayne, co. Devon, Esq.
            |     |
            |     +- Margaret Harris of Hayne.
            |        + William Crymes. (see above)
            |        |
            |        +- Elizabeth Crymes. M. 1604. Bur. at Tavistock
            |            25 Dec. 1658. [see page 103.]
            |           + Sir Francis Glanville, M.P. for Tavistock 1620,
            |              1625, 1628, of Kilworthy, Devon. Ob. 1638. 
            |           |
            |           +- [see issue of this marriage in Glanville Pedigree,
            |                pages 185, 186.]
            |
            +- Anne.
            |
            +- Blanche.


Pedigree shewing the connection between the family of Glubb, descendants of Henry Glubb, M.P. for Oakhampton, Devon, A.D. 1313, and that of Glanville.


+- Charles Glubb of Launceston, Esq. [see pages 75 and 184.]
|  + Dionysia, widow of Wm Grylls of Launceston, Esq. and da. of John Glanville
|     of Holwell, Tavistock.
|  |
|  +- Charles Glubb. Bapt. 14 Feb. 1594.
|
+- Georgius Glubb, Esq. Wil proved in London 9 June 1591. [see pages 75 and 184.]
   + Johanna, da. of John Glanville of Holwell, Tavistock, Esq., and sister of
      Sir John Glanville, Judge of Common Pleas. Mentioned in her father's 
      will, proved 12 Jan. 1579-80.
   |
   +- Peter Glubb. M. at Tavistock.
      + Amy, da. of . . . . Bollock, Esq.
      |
      +- Ada Glubb. Bapt. at Tavistock July 1622.
      |
      +- Peter Glubb. Metriculated at Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, 14 Nov. 1651.
          Rector of Hunshawe, Sherford, Chilverston, and Stokenham, Devon.
          Bur. 30 April 1674.
         + Katherine, da. of . . . .  Smith, Esq. M. 14 Oct. 1662.
         |
         +- Richard Glubb, of Torrington, Esq. M. 17 May 1688. Bur. 1 March 1749.
         |  + Emlyn Amey, da. of . . . . Blackmor, Esq., of Torrington.
         |  |
         |  +- Luke Glubb. B. 1689. B.A. of Wadham Coll., Oxford, 1710; 
         |  |   Vicar of Monkleigh. Ob. 20 July 1763.
         |  |  + Dorothy, da. of J. Smyth of St Audrie's court and Canon Leigh,
         |  |     Devon. M. 28 August 1716. Ob. 22 August 1758.
         |  |  |
         |  |  +- s.p.
         |  |
         |  +- Katherine. Ob. 5 Mar. 1694.
         |  |
         |  +- Agnes.
         |     + Mr. Leverton.
         |
         +- Grace. Bapt. 18 July 1666. M. 19 May 1698 William Blackmore, Esq.
         |   of Torrington.
         |
         +- Mary. Bapt. 4 Feb. 1667. M. Charles Curlig, Clerk in Holy Orders.
         |
         A


A
|
+- Peter Glubb of Great Torrington, Devon, Esq. M. 14 Oct. 1691. 
    Ob. 6 Dec. 1720.
   + Blanch, da. of Richard Cholwich, Esq., of Fuge and Oldstone in Blackawton.
      B. 1666. Ob. Aug. 1754.
   |
   +- Richard. B. 1696. Died young.
   |
   +- Richard. B. 1697. Died young.
   |
   +- Blanch. B. 1699. Ob. 23 Nov. 1753.
   |  + John Bradford, Rector of Black Torrington. Ob. 9 March 1736.
   |  |
   |  +- etc.
   |
   +- James. B. 1700. Died young.
   |
   +- James. B. 1701. Died young.
   |
   +- Peter Glubb of Bideford, Esq. B. 1694. M. at Frithelstock 4 Feb 1713.
   |   Ob. 21 Feb. 1756.
   |  + Mary Anne, da of Thos. Smith of Bideford, Esq. B. 1691. 
   |  |  Ob. 28 Sept. 1738.
   |  |
   |  +- Mary. B. 6 Jan. 1714. Ob. 9 April 1715.
   |  |
   |  +- Blanch. B. 1716. Ob. 12 March 1722.
   |  |
   |  +- Amy Emma. B. 1718.
   |  |  + Harry, son of John Lippincott of Webbery, Esq. Bapt. 26 April 1699.
   |  |     Ob. s.p. 10 Oct. 1779.
   |  |
   |  +- Peter Glubb of Torrington. B. 31 March 1723. Ob. s.p.
   |  |
   |  +- Blanch. B. 11 May 1727. Ob. 21 Nov. 1730.
   |  |
   |  +- Thomas Glubb of Nether Stowey, Somerset, Esq. B. 28 March 1725.
   |  |   Ob. 1759.
   |  |  + Elizabeth, da. of Christopher Conyngham or Cunningham of 
   |  |     Oakhampton, Esq., and directly connected to the Earls of Glencairn.
   |  |     M. 30 Dec. 1756. Ob. 25 Dec. 1775.
   |  |  |
   |  |  +- SENIOR BRANCH: vide AA, page 213 (below).
   |  |
   |  |
   |  +- John Glubb, Rector of Bicton; E. Exon, Oxon. B. 4 Feb. 1728.
   |      M. 1761. Ob. 4 March 1797.
   |     + Dinah, da. of Nicholas Warren of Mincombe, Sidbury, Esq. 
   |        B. 16 Jan. 1739. Ob. Jan. 1800.
   |     |
   |     +- Emily Warren. B. 1764. M. 1786. Ob. at Topsham 9 Nov. 1798.
   |     |  + Wm Vaughan Palmer, Captain 26th Light Dragoons.
   |     |    Ob. at Ilminster 1822.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- etc.
   |     |
   |     +- Sarah Susanna. B. 1772. M. 1792. Ob. at Sidmouth Jan. 1843.
   |     |  + Joshua le Marchant, Clerk in Holy Orders, Fellow of Exeter Coll.,
   |     |     Oxford, Ob. 1822.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- etc.
   |     |
   |     +- Mary Anne. M. 23 June 1802. Ob. 1836.
   |     |  + David Horndon, Fellow of Exeter, Oxford, Rector of Bicton and
   |     |     Merton. Bur. in St. James, Bristol, 1844.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- etc.
   |     |
   |     +- Peter Glubb, Rector of Langtree and Little Torrington, Devon;
   |     |   E. Exon, Oxon; J.P. for Devon. Born 10 Dec. 1769.
   |     |   Ob. 21 Dec. 1852.
   |     |  + Anne Cunningham, widow of Jas. Burke, Barrister-at-Law,
   |     |    of Glen Cottage, Frithelstock, Devon, Esq. M. 29 June 1838.
   |     |    Ob. 13 Dec. 1864. aetat. 95.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- s.p.
   |     |
   |     +- Wm Gill Glubb of Torrington, Esq. B. 11 April 1782.
   |     |   Ob. 16 Oct. 1850.
   |     |  + Margaret, da. of John Sloley of High Bickington.
   |     |     B. 24 Feb. 1791. Ob. 19 July 1873.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- John. Ob. s.p.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Peter. Ob. s.p.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- William. Ob. s.p.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Peter Burke Glubb of Welcombe and Torrington, Esq. 
   |     |  |   Ob. 9 Sept. 1882.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- William Frederic Glubb of Torrington, Esq., 1882.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Margaret Elizabeth.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Jane.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Mary Anne.
   |     |  |
   |     |  +- Emily Warren.
   |     |
   |     B
   |
   +- Ann. B. 1695. M. Lic. 19 March 1727. Buried 12 Dec. 1731.
      + Chas. Hill, Clerk in Holy Orders. Ob. 23 June 1773.
      |
      +- etc.


B
|
+- John Warren Glubb of Castle House, Torrington, Esq. B. 1761.
|   M. 1783. Ob. 1804.
|  + Jemima, da. of . . .  Slocombe, Esq., and widow of . . . . Webber 
|     of Dean House, Bishop's Lydiard, Somerset. Ob. 1830.
|  |
|  +- John Warren Glubb. B. 1783. Lieut. 76th Regt. Killed at the Siege of
|  |   Bhurtpore, 9 Jan. 1805.
|  |
|  +- Thos. Slocombe Glubb. B. 30 Aug. 1786. Ob. 11 March 1811 at the Cape
|      of Good Hope.
|
+- Adolphus Frederic Glubb. B. 1774; E. Exon, Oxon; Captain R.A. 
    Ob. at Woolwich 23 Jan. 1833.
   + Jane, sister of Sir Wm Jackson Homan, Bart., of Dunlum, Westmeath.
      B. at Rathfarnham. Ob. at Woolwich.
   |
   +- John Warren Glubb. B. 20 March 1807. Major 44th Regt., A. and N. Club,
   |   London, 1882.
   |
   +- Frederic Philip Glubb. Bapt. Lisbon 15 April 1810. Captain 34th Regt.
   |   Ob. at the Cape of Good Hope 1851.
   |
   +- Dinah Jane. B. 5 Oct. 1808. Ob. March 1871.
   |
   +- Mary Anne. B. 15 Aug. 1804. Ob. Oct. 1862.
         + John Horsford, Clerk in Holy Orders, of St. George's Chapel Hanover
         Square, London.
      |
      +- s.p.


SENIOR BRANCH: Vide AA, page 212. {above)
|
+- Peter Goodman Glubb of Liskeard, Cornwall, Esq. B. 23 Nov. 1757.
|   Ob. 12 Dec. 1819.
|  + Jane, da. of Philip Matthew of Chudleigh, Devon, Esq. Ob. 27 Jan. 1803,
|  |  aetat. 42.
|  |
|  +- Elizabeth Jane. B. 23 Oct. 1786, s.p.
|  |
|  +- Caroline. B. 4 May 1790. M. 1813. Ob. 1854.
|  |  + Thurstan Collins of St Columb, Cornwall, Esq. B. 1787.
|  |     Ob. 28 Sept 1860.
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Mary. B. 25 April 1793. Ob. 1854.
|  |  + Samuel Wriford, Captain R.N., of Bodmin. Ob. 1866, aetat. 82.
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Selina. B. 7 Feb. 1795. M. May 1823. Ob. March 1864.
|  |  + Joseph Hamley, Esq., M.D. of Treblethick and Bodmin. B. 1782.
|  |     Ob. 1854
|  |  |
|  |  +- s.p.
|  |
|  +- Jane Matthew. B. 13 Jan. 1800. M. 22 May 1821.
|  |  + Orlando Manley, Rector of St. Stephen's by Saltash. 
|  |     B. 12 Oct. 1790. Ob.27 April 1853.
|  |  |
|  |  +- etc.
|  |
|  +- Jane Matthew. B. and ob. 26 Jan. 1798.
|  |
|  +- Peter Glubb of Westbourne, Liskeard, Esq., eldest son. 
|  |   B. 23 Nov. 1788. M. 27 June 1815. Ob. 12 July 1858.
|  |  + Christian Mary, da. of Richard Lyne, Rector of Little Petherick, 
|  |     Cornwall. B. 21 Aug. 1789. Ob. 1 March 1868.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Mary Frances. Bapt. 29 March 1816. M. 25 Oct. 1838. Ob. 1881.
|  |  |  + Thos. D. Martyn, Esq., of St. Columb, Cornwall. B. 30 Aug. 1810.
|  |  |  |
|  |  |  +- etc.
|  |  |
|  |  +- Kathleen, s.p.
|  |  |
|  |  C  
|  |
|  +- John Matthew Glubb, Rector of St. Petrox, Dartmouth and Shermanbury, 
|  |   Sussex; E. Exon, Oxon. B. 5 Nov. 1791. M. 10 July 1821.
|  |   Ob. 27 Sept. 1871.
|  |  + Mary James, da. of Richard Lyne, Rector of Little Petherick, 
|  |     Cornwall. B. 22 June 1792. Ob. 26 May 1876.
|  |  |
|  |  D
|  |
|  +- Charles Glubb. B. 31 Oct. 1796. Ob. 2 May 1824. s.p.
|
+- Thomas Smyth Glubb, B.D., Vicar of Merton, Oxon, and Long Wittingham, 
    Berks; E.Exon, Oxon, Petraen Fellow. S.p. B. 1758. Ob. 4 April 1823.


C
|
+- Jessie. Bapt. 30 Dec. 1818. M. 17 Jun 1845.
|  + Edward Polwhele of Polwhele, Rector of St. Stephen's by Saltash, and 
|     Pillaton, Cornwall, who was also descended from Sir John Glanville.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Emily Lyne. Bapt. 1 July 1821.
|
+- Christian Mary. Bapt. 4 Oct. 1826. Ob. 22 Aug. 1861.
|
+- Ada. Bapt. 30 Dec. 1828. M. 17 Sept. 1867.
|  + Robert Hitchens Bamfield of St. Ives, Cornwall, Esq.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Henry Wadham Glubb. Bapt. 14 Nov. 1823, s.p.
|
+- Peter Southmead Glubb, Vicar of St. Anthony in Meneage, Co. Cornwall.
|   Bapt. 4 March 1819.
|  + Isabell, da. of Richard Polwhele of Polwhele. M. 4 Oct 1859.
|     Who also is descended from Sir J. Glanville.
|  |
|  +- s.p.
|
+- Albert Charles Lyne Glubb of Pen Dean, Liskeard. Bapt. 14 Feb. 1830.
   + Margaret Elizabeth, da. of Robert Brown, Esq., of The Mansion,
      Barton-on-Humber. M. 7 Feb. 1855.
   |
   +- Peter Conyngham Glubb, son and heir. Bapt. 4 Jan. 1856.
   |
   +- Albert de Castro Glubb. B. 13 Nov. 1865.
   |
   +- Margaret Eleanor. Bapt. 22 Jan. 1857.
   |
   +- Ada Blanche. Bapt. 7 May 1860.
   |
   +- Louisa Lyne Stephens. B. 13 Nov. 1860.
   |
   +- Christian Mary. B. 12 Dec. 1861.
   |
   +- Albert Wadham Glubb. Died an infant.


D
|
+- Mary Jane. B. 24 Oct. 1825.
|
+- Mary Ecclesia Lyne. B. 5 Aug. 1829. M. 4 May 1858. Ob. 28 Dec. 1876.
|  + Thos. Wall Langshaw, Rector of West Grinstead, Sussex. B. 1806. 
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- Kate Lyne. B. 12 Sept. 1832. Ob. 1 June 1833.
|
+- Elizabeth Lee. B. 23 Sept. 1834. M. 3 Sept. 1856.
|  + Robert Bird, son of Marmaduke Thompson, Rector of Brightwell, Berks.
|     B. 16 Jan. 1831.
|  |
|  +- etc.
|
+- John Matthew Glubb. B. 16 June 1822. Ob. 10 Sept. 1822.
|
+- John Matthew Glubb. B. 26 Oct. 1823. Ob. 21 May 1830.
|
+- Orlando Manley Glubb. Lieut. Bengal Staff. Corps. B. 30 Oct. 1827
|   M. at Calcutta 2 Oct. 1856. Ob. at Meerut 27 June 1861.
|  + Frances Letitia, da. of Captain John Kelly, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers,
|     and New Park, Longford. B. 9 Spet. 1833.
|  |
|  +- Frederic Manley Glubb. Lieut. R.E. B. 19 Aug. 1857.
|  |
|  +- Louisa Fanny Glubb. B. 8 Nov. 1858.
|
+- John Matthew Glubb. Capt. Bengal Staff. Corps. B. 1 August 1837.
    M. 4 Feb 1864.
   + Mary Sarah Catherine, widow of Major C.R. Wriford, and da. of Geo
      Whittington of Hamswell, Gloucester, Esq. B. 26 Feb. 1834.
   |
   +- John Matthew Glubb. B. 21 March 1865.



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