People

This is a list of all family-members who descend from William Sandes and Elizabeth Fernley up to the present day.
Displaying 281 - 320 of 593

Married women are listed under their maiden names.
08-0580
Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Warren Caulfeild Sandes D.S.O., M.C., O.B.E.
08-0590
Daughter of Francis Sneyd-Kynnersley.
08-0620
Rev Alfred Mussen MA TCD, son of James Mussen and Emily Monds.
08-0630
He was a chemist.
08-0650
He was an engineer, first at sea and then for many years at the Napier Hospital (now defunct).
08-0680
"He joined up at 19 in the Army, fighting at Gallipoli and on the Somme, where he was wounded and evacuated to England. He spent just over 4 years in the Army, then ran an orchard business in Central Otago with Noel, but when it suffered severe frost damage he moved to Dunedin in 1945."
08-0710
He was an accountant and was also a partner of his brother Tom as an orchardist in Roxburgh.
08-0720
Daughter of David Moir Lockhart.
08-0770
Son of Richard Hungerford and Frances Eyre Becher
08-0790
Magistrate of Ballywater Co. Cork, son of John Welstead and Bridget Hawkes.
08-0840
Captain Sandes lived at Carrigafoyle and was an officer in the 89th Regiment of Foot (from 1881, Royal Irish Fusiliers). He was also a Justice of the Peace and a dog breeder.
08-0850
Daughter of Ralph Carr of Cocken Hall, Durham.
08-0860
Daughter of William Brown of Springmount, Co. Kerry and Constance O'Dell. After the death of Charles Sandes, she married Reverend Thomas Locke, of Carrig Island, County Kerry. He died in 1897.
08-0880
Deputy Lieutenant of Glenmalyre. Son of Rev. Thomas Trench, Dean of Kildare and Mary Weldon.
08-0900
J.P., and D.L. of Cremorgan, Queen's County. High Sheriff 1828.
08-0920
He emigrated to The United States of America, arriving in New York in 1856 and he became a naturalized citizen of the United States 20 January 1862. He was a Captain for the Third Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry in the Union Army and fought in the American Civil war. He was wounded in 1863 near Little Rock Arkansas during the Battle of Pine Bluff and subsequent Union occupation of Little Rock. In the 1880 census, Henry and his family were living in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. In 1895 he was living at the US National Home for disabled volunteer soldiers in Danville, Illinois. Whilst there, he gave his closest living relative as Margaret I. Sandes of 1194 Palmer Street, Chicago, Illinois.
08-0930
Daughter of John Farrell