47268888. Lord Bartholomew de Glanville & 47268889. Matilda ?
~1120, Bartholomew born in England, s/o 94537778. William de Glanville & 94537779. Beatrix de Sackville.
1130, Guillelmus de Glanvilla (94537778) donated salt and a serf to the abbey of Sainte-Trinité de Tiron, confirmed by filiorum meorum Bartholomei (47268888) et Anselmi et Basilie (94537779) uxoris mee. (S) FMG.
12/22/1135, Stephen crowned king of England.
~1140, Bartholomew married Matilda.
By 1150, Bartholomew’s father died.
1150, ‘Bartoloms de Glavilla’ confirmed the grants to Bactun/Bromholme monastery, Norfolk by ‘patris meis Willm de Glavill’, which names ‘Rogeri avunculi mei’ … ‘dna Basil matre dni Bartholom, Matilde uxore dni, Leticia filia ei’. (S) FMG. (S) The Archaeological Journal, V64, 1907, P220.
12/19/1154, Henry II crowned king of England.
1155, Confirmation of a gift to Longueville priory a gift by Jordan de Saukevilla witnessed by Bartholomew de Glanville.
1165, Wimar the chaplain associated with Bartholomew de Glanville and Robert de Valeinis in the initial construction of the castle of Orford. (S) The Antiquaries Journal, V14, 1934, P170.
1167, 20 marks to Bartholomew, residing in a castle at Orford near Ipswich, which he built. (S) Allen Brown’s English Castles, 2004, P110. [Over the prior 2 years nearly £1000 had been spent on building the castle. (S) Allen Brown’s English Castles, 2004, P110.]
1169, Bartholomew, baron of Bromholm, the benefactor of Bromholm priory.
1169, Bartholomew, Vicount of Norfolk and Suffolk.
1171, King Henry II going to Ireland. Bartholomew de Glanville, Wimar the chaplain, and William Bardulf render their account for 320 hogs sent to the army in Ireland £26 16s 5d, 15 days’ pay to 36 masters and 468 equippers £33 13s, making bridges, hurdles, and other ship’s apparel £6 5s 5d, 6 handmills and their appendages 14s 4d. This account paid to them by the King’s Writ. (S) Ireland and the Anglo-Norman Church, Stokes, 1889, P127.
1172-73, Robert Mantel, sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire, Richard de Lucy (79958684), responsible for the farm of Colchester, and Bartholomew de Glanville, Wimar the Chaplain and William Bardulf, the 3 men joint-sheriffs of Norfolk and Suffolk, with Wimar the Chaplain answering for the farm of Orford, all accounted for payments regarding the knights and sergeants being sent to the garrison at Walton in Suffolk. (S) How to Suppress a Rebellion, Latimer, 2016, P173.
1174, Bartholomew de Glanville gave account of the lands given in Caistre to Hugh de Gournay junior.
1175, Bartholomew, Vicount of Norfolk and Suffolk. (S) Ess. Tow’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V11, 1810, Bromholm.
1180, Bartholomew died. (S) FMG.
(S) Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville, Richards, 1882. (S) Transactions – Bristol and Gloucester Arch. Soc., V7, 1882, P323.
Child of Bartholomew and ?:
i. Leticia de Glanville, born ? in England.
ii. Bartholomew de Glanville (23634444), born ~1155 in England.