Glanville Family of Devon and Cornwall
Ashburton Church

of Devon and Cornwall

Two of their churches:
Ashburton on left, Maker on right
Maker Church

We are glad you stopped by and hope that you find what you need to help fill in your family history.

This site concentrates on the GLANVILL / GLANVILLE family of
Ashburton in Devon and Maker and Rame in Cornwall.
For overall information on the GLANVILLE family see
Jay Glanville's website at

Births and baptisms Probates 1858-1880 David Bell's line
Marriages Probates 1881-1900 Pam Dowling's line
Deaths Probates 1901-1920 Barbara Gialousis' line
  Probates 1921-1935 Ray Turner's line
Ashburton family tree Probates 1936-1950  
Maker family tree Probates 1951-1975 Edward Glanville Mystery
Name Index Probates index Man tricked the Glanvill family
  Executors index Notes and Queries 1883
Edward Glanville family tree   Richard Glanvill
Langdon family tree Photos of People Will of Joanna Adams
Thomas Glanville family tree Photos of Ashburton Names in Joanna's will
Roger Glanville family tree Photos of Ashburton graves  Waymouth family
Attwill family tree Photos of Maker Other families
Hooper family tree Photos of Maker graves Useful web links
Glinn family tree Photos of Rame Given name Glanville
    Village of Glanville photos  

Our goal in posting this information and the links we have found to information on the GLANVILLE family is to find others who are also researching this family or know more about it.   If just one person with information sees this and contacts me, it will all be worth the effort.   If you know anything at all about this surname, please contact me today.
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Researcher Ancestor Names & Dates
David Bell
Researching descendants and ancestors of Richard GLANVILLE and Sarah COUCH, married in Plymouth on 8 June 1758, especially through their great grandson Thomas GLANVILLE who married Elizabeth SAXON in East Stonehouse, Plymouth on 11 November 1838.   For more see David Bell's line.
Pam Dowling
Researching ancestors and descendants of Richard GLANVILLE and Sara COUCH in the Maker, Rame and general Plymouth areas - descendants through their daughter Susanna (1776-1845) who married Andrew GLINN, and in turn their Granddaughter, Elizabeth Haddy GLINN who emigrated to Australia in 1855 and married William HARMAN from Deptford, Kent.  For more see Pam Dowling's line.
Barbara Gialousis
Starting with Richard GLANVILL who married Sarah COUCH at Plymouth in 1758, I am descended through their son Edward who married Ann SPRIDDLE in 1782 in Maker, Cornwall.   Then through their son Richard GLANVILL who married Susanna HARVEY in 1805 in Maker, then their son Thomas GLANVILL who married Elizabeth SAXON in Stoke Damerel in 1838.  They were the parents of my Great Grandmother Hannah GLANVILL who married Walter Edward BARRATT in Colyton, Devon in 1868.  Hannah and Walter BARRATT then shifted to Wigan in Lancashire.  Their son Herbert John BARRATT was my Grandfather.   Herbert John BARRATT and his wife Margaret (nee SANTUS) migrated to Australia in 1912 with four of their children and a fifth child was born later in Australia.  For more see Barbara Gialousis' line.
Ray Turner
New Zealand
Researching descendants of Richard GLANVILL of Maker, Cornwall, his son Roger GLANVILLE (1768-1843) who married Dorothy RICHARDS and their daughter Eliza (1797-1875) who married John WAYMOUTH.  Also the wider GLANVILLE and WAYMOUTH families.  For more see Ray Turner's line.


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This website was updated on 29 May 2017