This is a list of all family-members who descend from William Sandes and Elizabeth Fernley up to the present day.
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Capt. Robert Fitzgerald Sandes was a Captain in the 50th Regiment of Foot, later The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment. He saw active service at Copenhagen, Walcheren, and in the Peninsula War.
Reverend Fitzmaurice John Sandes
Daughter of J.J. Shewell of Ballygrennan
Captain John Sandes
He served as an Ensign in the 37th Regiment of Foot, later The Royal Hampshire Regiment, and at the Siege of Bergen-op-Zoom in the Netherlands on 9 March 1814, under Sir Thomas Graham, where he was killed in action.
He was a Justice of the Peace
Daughter of Francis William Bowzer of Neath, Glamorgan, Wales.
His younger brother, who was born after he died, had the same name.
The Channel Island Censuses of 1851 and 1861 shows him and his family to be residing at Alderney, Channel Islands. In Corfu they lived in the Citadel, next door to Lieutenant Colonel H W Gordon RA whose children included Charles, later Major General RE, Governor General of the Sudan, murdered in 1885 by the revolutionary forces of the Mahdi at Khartoum, and famous as “Chinese Gordon” and “Gordon of Khartoum“.
Daughter of Walter Hussey Fitton of Co. Cork
He was a Captain in H.M. 9th Regiment of Foot (now Norfolk Regiment).
Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Sandes who fought at the Battle of Waterloo. He also fought alongside Simon Bolivar in the Spanish American wars of independence.
Captain John Sandes was in H.M. 47th Regiment of Foot and fought in the siege of San Sebastion and the Battle of Vitoria against the Napoleonic Empire, he also fought for the East India Company in the third Anglo-Maratha War. He joined the Cape Mounted Rifles in South Africa in 1846 and fought in the Seventh Xhosa War. His elder brother who died before he was born had the same name.
Daughter of Francis William Bowzer, of Neath, Glamorganshire.
He served in the Ordnance Department.
He was a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy.
Like his brother, he also served in the Ordnance Department
Hon. Sir Robert Fitzgerald, 17th Knight of Kerry, son of Maurice FitzGerald, 14th Knight of Kerry and Elizabeth Crosbie.
Daughter of John Croker of Ballinagard, Co. Limerick.