Bartholomew DE GLANVILLE, Warden of Oxford Castle, Sheriff 
- Born: Bacton, Norfolk, England
- Marriage: Isabella DE BERKING 
- Died: Abt 1180, , , England
Sources, Comments and Notes:
"... Bartholomew de Glanville succeeded his father Earl William in the Barony, and, as before stated, confirmed his father's grants to his Abbey, and adds considerably to them. (The Latin Charter is given in full under Bromholm.) By this deed Bartholomew grants the Monks of Acra, at Baketon, where his father William de Glanville lies buried, ... In the years 1169 and 1175 he was Viscount or High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk. ... By his wife Isabella, he left issue two sons, William de Glanville, and Geoffrey de Glanville. ...
On the death of William de Glanville in 1234, without issue, Geoffrey his brother, succeeded him in the several Lordships; ...
Sir Geoffrey de Glanville married Margaret daughter of Sir Geoffrey de-la-Haye, and by her had issue:-
(1.) Geofrey de Glanville, who dying without issue, his property descended to his five sisters and coheirs.
Margaret de Glanville, married Edmund, Earl of Cornwall.
Alianore de Glanville, married Lord Almuric Pecche.
Agnes de Glanville, married Baldwin, a Norman.
Emma de Glanville, married Sir John de Grey.
Basilia de Glanville, married Sir William Boville.
Julian de Glanville, married Sir Simon Pecche.
By the death, of Geoffrey de Glanville, the elder line of the Glanvilles failed,"
Source <Historia Anglorum: The History of the English People> Par Henry of Huntingdon,Henry (of Huntingdon),Diana E. Greenway:
"... William de Glanville, the founder of the Cluniac priory of Broomholm in Norfolk, and to William's son and heir, Bartholomew. It seems that William, who founded Broomholm as a dependency of Castle Acre in c. 1113, was the son of Robert de Glanville, who appears in Domesday Book as a tenant in 1086 of the honours of Eye and of Warenne in Suffolk, and of St Benet Hulme in Norfolk. William's son Bartholomew was prominent in Norfolk and Suffolk between 1140 and his death in c. 1180."
"Bartholomew de Glanville (son & heir of William, according to Dugdale), of Bromholm and Bacton, was feudal Lord of Bromholm. He was Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk (1170-76), and built Orford Castle (Suffolk). Bartholomew married Isabella de Berking (widow), and died c.1180."
Bartholomew married Isabella DE BERKING  [MRIN: 2931]. (Isabella DE BERKING  was born about 1140 and died in , , England.)