you wish to contact other Glanvilles
I have been collecting GLANVILLE information as part of my own researches.
People are sharing information about Glanvilles at
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Obviously I would love to hear if you have corrections or additional information - but bear in mind
this is a repository for United Kingdom Glanville information and I do not have the
time to include more than the first generation of emigrants. Also I will only be publishing information
on deceased individuals.
I have been contacted by a number of people researching the name Glanville with whom I have
not as yet established any common ancestry.
Until such time as I integrate their records with mine, I offer space
on this website for them to publish sufficient information for other Glanville researchers to
determine whether it would be worth contacting them.
This section of the website will grow as I add brief details and a contact for each Glanville
researcher availing themself of this facility.
I stress that these people are NOT as yet known to be related to me, so please do
NOT enquire about them of me, but use the appropriate contact below.
Note that some of the contact details may be up to 20 years out of date
Descended from Ann Glanville, the famous Saltash waterwoman, winner of the 1849 rowing contest
with the French Navy at Le Harve with 3 of her daughters. One son William married Sophia Kellam
in Gibralter and emigrated to Australia in 1851. William had 13 siblings, one of which (Jacob)
was living in Stoke Damerel in 1901.
Contact: John Bennett living in Australia
Relatives of Thomas Burt Glanville (born 1824 Totnes, Devon) who had children in South Africa,
with descendents still in Africa.
Contact: Oliver King living in South Africa
Austin Glanville born May 4,1912 in Terrytown N.Y. He was put in the N.Y. Foundling home at the age
of 1 week. Austin's mother's name was Katherine Glanville, she was 26 when she had him.
He was later sent to Ne. on the orphan train.
Contact: Cheryl Lee
Benjamin and Mary Glanville, of Abingdon, Berkshire, and their 4th son Edwin, born 1841,
Edwin and his sons Edwin and Percy ran Glanville and Co, grocers and
Provision Merchants in Basingstoke, and Glanville & Sons in High St,
Uckfield. They lived in Rose Cottage, Wote St, Basingstoke.
Contact: David Miller
Researching Oxfordshire (Benson, Ewelme) Glanvilles.
Contact: Gaye Cook living in Australia
Descendants of John Glanville who emigrated to the USA from Milford Haven, Wales in 1841.
Contact: Roy Glanville living in the USA
Descendants of John Glanville born 1783 Tavistock, Devon, England and his children, some of whom emigrated
to Canada around 1860.
Contact: Elizabeth Mayot
Descendants of Benjamin Glanville whose son Amos Edward Glanville, was born in England in 1883.
Contact: Carrol Glanville living in Kansas, USA
William Glanville b c 1695, married to Deborah _____ (c1700-c1777) is buried in the
"Old Newtown Churchyard," which I believe to be in Westmeath, perhaps in Meath, Ireland.
2nd gen. His son Joseph Glanville, (c1720-c1808), no wife known.
3rd gen. William Glanville (c1768-c1843), farmer, postmaster, and builder, of Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath;
m. 1st Miss Carlton, son Joseph Glanville, who changed his name to Carlton to inherit his uncle's estate in Trim, Co. Meath;
m. 2nd Elizabeth Lowe (c1768-c1820) had Jane Glanville (b c1790) in Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath; m c 1810, Thomas Hackett of Bracca
Castle, Co Westmeath, but also Castlearmstrong, Co. Offaly (Kings); large family about which I have a lot of information;
William and Elizabeth Glanville also had Anne, James, Deborah, Lucy, William,
George, Thomas (who m Anne Lee of Rahue, Co Westmeath), Eliza, Ellen, and Samuel.
Contact: Elizabeth Knowlton living Georgia, USA
Descendants of Oliver and Petronell Glanville married in Camborne, Cornwall 1607. Especially descendants of their
daughter Christian who married William Jeffery and thence down through surnames Trevailer, Rowe, Holman, Webster,
Contact: Cheryl Schultze living Wisconsin, USA
John Glanville b. c1885 married in Bridestowe May 22, 1808 to Elizabeth Bickle, of Bridestowe.
John lived at Pollards Corner in Village of Coryton and was a blacksmith. 8 of his children were
baptized at the Parish of Coryton, Devon Co. between the years of 1811 to 1826.
John is shown on the 1841 and 1851 Census living at Uppaton Farm, and a farmer.
John died Jan 19, 1852 in the district of Tavistock, 67 yrs of age, farmer.
Sons John and William and daughter Harriet remained in England and have been able to trace some
of their lines. The rest of the family went to Canada.
Contact: Kathy Varga living Canada
My interest is in the GLANVILL(E)S of Clerkenwell, London, circa 1850-1890 and their antecedents
in mid Devon (Ashburton, Brentor, Exeter). Thomas GLANVILL, a "master tailor employing 10 men and
one lad" of 50 [St.] John Street, Clerkenwell, b. Exeter 1834. His parents were Thomas, b.
Ashburton 1802 or 4 (son of John Glanvill and Margaret MADGE, m. 1Nov1801 Ashburton) and his wife
Mary FURSE, b circa 1805. I am delving connections in Widdecombe, Tavistock and Crediton as well as
Ashburton and Exeter.
Contact: Rick Glanvill living London, England
Ancestors/Descendants of Richard Glanville and Tamzin Thorne (married 1803 Poltimore, Devon, England) sought. E.g. Richard born 1811, who married Margaret Murphy in New South Wales, Australia 1844
Contact: Judy Finlay living in Australia
Ancestors/Descendants of Martyn Glanville & Mary Hocking; Mary Glanville & James Williams;
Jane Williams & Richard Trethewey/Trethewy; Ann Williams Trethewey & Martin Ennor Tamblyn;
John Tamblyn & Mary Anne Benny; Ina Martin Tamblyn & Edgar Ronald Butler
Contact: Merle Lemon living in New Zealand