~1140, William born in England, younger s/o 159916364. Hervey de Glanville.
Aft. 1155, William’s father died.
1/1177, William de Glanvill, acting as a justiciar of the king, in an assize taken at Caen. (S) CH&I,HII; P209. [William’s older brother Ranulf, a justiciar of the king, named in a record of the previous month in England.]
4/1187, Ranulf de Glanvill [William’s brother] hiring Welsh mercenaries for the war in France … Southampton … Et item in laberacione … £7 10s. per breve Ranulf de Glanvill. Et pro licanda una navi Vitalis ad deferendum harnassium Willi de Glanvill et … The King [over seas] issued a precept to Ranulf de Granvill, which was attested by, and carried by, William de Glanvill to the Justiciar. (S) CH&I,HII; P279; P280.
2/29/1188, Both Ranulf de Glanvill and William de Glanvill with the King at Clarendon. (S) CH&I,HII; P285.
7/6/1189, Richard I succeeded Henry II as King of England.
1190-1194, Otes son of William and William son of Hervey were left in charge of Cambridge and Huntingdon and Norfolk and Suffolk respectively. [Likely 1191 when King Richard left on crusade.] (S) Great Pipe Roll, Stenton, 1968.
11/1196, Agreement of the King at Norwich before William de Glanville, Osbert fitz Hervey, and Simon de Pateshill, justices of the king. Robert de Hickford demandant, and Adam de Nereford tenant … (S) Pedes Finium, Norfolk, Dashwood, 1863, P3.
· (S) Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville, Richards, 1882.
· Multiple persons with William’s name contemporary.
Child of William and ?:
i. Agnes de Glanville (39979091), born ~1170 in England.
By 1219, Bartholomew de Creke gave land to St. Osyth’s, Essex, for the soul of his mother’s [Agnes] grandfather, Hervey de Glanville.