People


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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Married women are listed under their maiden names.
07-0310

"He was probably the William Sandes of Pyrmount reported in The Shannonside Annual as being a good landlord and owning some famous racehorses and two “townsands” at Carhoona and Coolnanoonagh. Holly confirms this, saying that he was the most popular and certainly the best known of all the Sandes, and a most tolerant and fair minded landlord." see reference note AS - Chapter 1 Annexure D Pg 4

07-0350

He was an attorney at law.

07-0400

He was a solicitor and lived 18 Upper Sherrard Street, Listowel.

07-0410

AKA Kate Waters. Daughter of John de Renzy Waters.

07-0420

In 1851 he was recorded as the owner of two houses, namely No.s 24 and 35 The Square, Listowel.
There is a plaque dedicated to him in St John's church, Listowel.
He was sometimes referred to as "The Terror of North Kerry".

07-0430

Daughter of Capt. Charles John Whyte (of Loughbrickland, County Down. Captain 95th Regiment of Foot) and Rose Dartnell of Limerick.

07-0440

He was a Major in the Kerry Regiment.

07-0450

Daughter of Hugh Eldon Yielding of New Park, County Limerick.
She married 2ndly 7 November 1885, Surgeon-Major Oliver Stokes Eager, F.R.C.S.I.

07-0460

He served as a Captain in the East India Company armies, Madras Corps in India.

07-0470

Daughter of Henry Mellor Sheldon

07-0500

He was a County Inspector, R.I.C., (Royal Irish Constabulary) - (Burkes 1812)

07-0520

William Alton, M.D. of Tralee. He was medical officer of the Tralee Union

07-0530

He sailed for New Zealand in the sailing ship Gertrude. She arrived at Auckland on 10 February 1863. Nearly all the passengers were “Forty-Acre Settlers“, to whom land was granted by the NZ government to encourage immigration. On arrival in Auckland, Robert set up in business as a chemist, but when the Thames gold rush started he moved down the coast to Grahamstown, Thames.
In the early days of the Waikato conflict between the British and Maoris in 1863-64, he served as a colour-sergeant in the 3rd Waikato Regiment.
In 1876 he moved to Hamilton where he practised as a chemist and dentist for many years, and served on the borough council. He was a staunch Anglican and member of church choirs.
He ran for Mayor of Hamilton, Waikato in 1881 but was unsuccessful.

07-0540

Daughter of Richard Peed of Kinsale, Co. Cork.

07-0560

He emigrated to New Zealand and was a Medical Practitioner and a Member of the Royal college of Surgeons. He practiced at his brother's (Thomas Goodman Sandes) surveyor's office in Hamilton, Waikato.

07-0575

Of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

07-0580

AKA "Harry" He is the twin brother of George Arthur Stewart Sandes. In January 1874 he became a Colonel in the Royal Artillery.

07-0590

Daughter of Rev. Edward Warren Caulfeild and Millicent Hellicar

07-0630

He emigrated to New Zealand in early 1863 with his brothers at the age of nineteen.
He was a surveyor and was declared bankrupt in September 1884.

07-0640

Daughter of John McGlashan.

07-0650

He is the twin brother of Henry Thomas Thompson Sandes

07-0670

Daughter of Major-General John Croker and Honoria Grady.

07-0675

She was the daughter of Reverend Standish O'Grady and Mary Jane O'Grady.

07-0680

Reverend Henry Lancelot Sandes, Rector of Ballycuslane, Diocese of Ardfert. (Burkes)
AKA "Harry".