Additional Notes

STEPHEN DE GLANVILLE mentioned in a deed belonging to the Corporation of Faversham in 31st year of Edward. 1.

Matilda, the wife of Stephen de Glanville, also mentioned in a small parchment roll of the same date.

Again : "Delivered to Stephen de Glanville for his expenses going to Brodhelle (Bromhill) for wines promised to the lord the Prince."

Benedict de Glanvyle held a house in Wallingford 3rd of Edward I.

LATIN CHARTER ON VELLUM. -- King Henry II., addressing all in whose bailydoms Henry de Broc holds lands, grants to Henry de Broc the forest and all lands and tenements which Brunus held with the daughter of the said Bruuus hereditarily, etc. This was witnessed by Ranulph de Glanville at Westminster. (Part of Great Seal remains.)


1628-9. Jan. 26. "Petition, of John. Glanville, Esquire, and John Cooper, Clerk, complaining of a breach of privilege committed by Boger Clay and John Seager, respecting the presentation to the Vicarage of Lamerton, Devon."

1628-9. Feb. 5. "Petition of John Seager that he may be pardoned if he has committed a breach of privilege touching Mr. Glanville, and that he may be left in quiet possession of the Vicarage of Lamerton." Noted, "Rejected."

1640. Dec. 3. Draft of oath given to Mr. Attorney-General and Mr. Serjeant Glanville in the Earl of Stafford's case.

1641. June 16. Notes on Mr. Serjeant Glanville's speech, as Counsel for the Earl of March, in the matter of Sutton March and of the examination of witnesses.

1644. July 27. "Petition of Sir John Glanville, Knight, Serjeant-at-Law, prisoner in the Tower of London, has lately been accused of High Treason and his person imprisoned in the Tower of London without any certain articles or charge in writing to which he might make answer. He prays that until his cause be heard his goods or estate may not be taken away or meddled with, nor his wife nor menial servants molested, contrary to the privilege of Parliament, petitioner being a member of their Lordships' House, and having already sustained as much damage in his possession and estate as any man of his degree and calling in England by reason of the unnatural Civil wars and troubles of the time." -- 'Journal of House of Lords,' vi., 647.

1644. July 27. "Order against sequestering Sir John Glanville's estate until he shall be tried upon his impeachment."

1646. April 17. "Petition of Serjeant Glanville, prisoner in the Tower of London. After long enforced absence, Petitioner returning to Parliament of his own accord on the first good opportunity, hath for almost two years been a prisoner in the Tower of London, his estate in Cornwall was seized upon for the King's use, whilst his estate in Wiltshire has been made to pay contributions to both parties. He prays that he may have liberty to attend with his keeper before the Committee for Sequestration for the better protection of bis properties." -- 'Journal of House of Lords,' viii., 27.

1646. Dec. 26. Richard Glanville to Rectory of Somersham, Suffolk.

John Glanville : Letter to H. Moore, 1630.
Joseph Glarlville: Poem, 'Ad. mono Colum,' seventeenth century.
Bartholomew de Glanville: 'De proprietatibus Rerum,' fourteenth century, translated into English by J. de Trevisa, 1398.
Julius Glanville, Lincoln's Inn : Verses to B. Glanville, 1668.
John Glanville, Justice of Court of Common Pleas: Readings on the Statutes of Offices, sixteenth century. Eandulph de Glanville: 'De Legibus Angliae,' twelfth century.
John Glanville, Knight: Metrical Versions of the Psalms (Egerton's Coll. 2590).

A brass pot was found some years ago bearing the following inscription : "Pries pur l'Allme, G. Glanville." It was in the possession of the late Mrs. Motte. -- 'L. Arch. Soc., 1792,' v., 10.


Page 49 in Pedigree, read Geoffrey for Geoffred.
Page 53, line 12, read Curiae for Curae.
p.57, l.36, read Walter for Walker.
p.75, l.32, read Dionysia for Dennis.
p.77, l.19, read made for proved.
p.82, l.21, read 15 july 1604 for 14 April 1601.
p.104, l.20, omit youngest before brother.
Page 105 in Pedigree, read 6th Viscount Falmouth instead of Boscawen
Page 133 line 13, read Sicklemore for Sicklimore.
p.141, l.13, after Mary Glanville, married, read William, second son of Samuel Blunt, Esq.
p.141, l.15, read William Blunt, Esq. for The Rev. W. Blunt.
p.141, l.16, insert Francis before Scawen.
p.153, l.1, read 1677 for 1697.
Page 181 in Pedigree, read 1499 for 1449.
Page 197 in Pedigree, read Mrs. Cadogan for Mrs. Cardogan.
Page 199 in Pedigree, alter descent from Sir John Glanville to Mary Glanville, not to Piers Edgecumbe, her husband.
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