Thomas A Glover1

ID#324, (say 1902 - )
FatherAlbert Henry Glover2 b. cir. 1879, d. aft. 1911
MotherEmily Lillian Windsor2 b. cir. 1878, d. aft. 1911
     Thomas A Glover was born say 1902 at Worcester St Nicholas, England; date/place assume correct id in 1911.1,2 He married Elsie May Twyning, daughter of John Twyning and Edith Ellen Ruby, bet. Mar 1923 - Jun 1923 reg. Worcester, England.1
     Does anyone have any information on Thomas Albert the son of Albert Henry Glover and Emily Lillian Windsor?
The identification of this Thomas being the one who married Elsie May Twyning in 1923 is on circumstantial evidence to date.
We are looking for further family information, and would particularly love to hear from descendants who may be able to shed more light on Elsie May Twyning's life.3
     Thomas A Glover is possibly the one appearing with Albert Henry Glover and Emily Lillian Windsor in 1911 at 9 Little Southfield St, Worcester, England; GLOVER: Albert Henry 32 sub foreman P.O. Telegraph, construction industry, worker, b Worcester St Johns; wife Emily Lillian 33, marr. 12 yrs 5 children, all living, b Kemble Wick, Wiltshire; Children: Elizabeth Lillian 11, Thomas Albert 9, John Henry 7 all scholars b Worcester St Nicholas; Cyril Hugh 5 b Worcester St Pauls, Albert May 3 b Worcester St Marys.2
     bet. 1923 - 1947 Thomas A Glover was living on Shrubbery Ave, Worcester, England, or at least is assumed to be the person living there that Peter would like to trace (dates derived, may not be fully accurate.)4


Elsie May Twyning (bet. Jan 1902 - Mar 1902 - aft. 1947)
  • Pauline J Glover5
Last Edited23 Jul 2009


  1., online Various databases, Marr. 1923 Q2 Elsie M TWYNING & Thomas A GLOVER, reg. Worcester, 6c/247, from England & Wales, Marriage Index: 1916-2005, extracted 19 Jul 2009.
  2. Census,, Worcester, ENG RG14PN17634 RG78PN1079 RD377 SD1 ED15 SN241, hsehold of Albert Henry & Emily Lillian GLOVER, copy d/loaded 20 Jul 2009.
  3. Interview, Peter GRAINGER (2), Added 22 Jul 2009.
  4. Interview, Peter GRAINGER (2), Thomas GLOVER, email from Mary (Peter's sister), rcvd 20 Jul 2009.
  5. Various, births deaths marriages, Birth 1927 Q2 Pauline J GLOVER, mother TWYNING, reg. Worcester, 6c/171, extracted 19 Jul 2009.

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