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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Emigrated to the USA in 1860, aged 8.
In 1853 he fought in the Crimean War and was discharged from the Royal Artillery in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England on 10 January 1863.
He worked for the Queensland Police Force (now Queensland Police Service) as Senior Constable and was based at Harrisville. He later was transferred to Oxley, Brisbane and then Goodna, Ipswich and was promoted to Police Sergeant.
Daughter of Charles Goudy and Sarah Cosgrove
Following a visit to his grandparents in Ireland in 1916, he developed bacterial meningitis, causing permanent brain damage, and lived in sheltered housing in Bedford.
Of Newmarket, Suffolk.
He took an MB at Cambridge University, and became a Surgeon Lieutenant RNVR.
He took a BA at Cambridge and served throughout World War II in the RAF, becoming a Wing Commander and winning the DFC. After the war he farmed near Middleburg, South Africa until 1961, when he returned to England. In 1964 he settled at Ballyduff, Co. Waterford, Ireland, and has died.
Daughter of Major-General Godfrey Edward Wildman-Lushington R.M. (ref UK, Naval Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1972, for full name)
Reverend Denis Sandes
He lived in Brisbane, Queensland in 1936, but spent most of his life living in and around Sydney, NSW. At one stage he lived as a patrol officer in Papua New Guinea.
Daughter of Benjamin F. Nobbs and Amy Quintal, descendants of the Bounty Mutineers. (Wikipedia)
He Graduated Master of Medicine from Sydney Medical School in 1925 and practised medicine all his life.
Daughter of Alfred Oscar Whiteman and Catherine Matilda MacFawn (NSW BMD)
His mother died in 1904 when he was five and his father took him to live at Marlesford Rectory to live with his grandparents. Whilst he was there he attended Oakham School in Rutland. He ran away from home and was sent to HMS Worcester training ship (now Thames Nautical Training College). Shortly after the outset of the First World War, he joined the Royal Navy as a midshipman.
He was demobilised in 1920 and went to Join the British South Africa Police in Southern Rhodesia (later Rhodesia now Zimbabwe).
Daughter of Leslie Wren Crosbie and Millicent Kathleen Lucy Ethel Johnston.
Daughter of Walter Miles Airey (1878-1938) and Beatrice Eleanor Hearn (1882-1964).
Of Low Wood, Belfast.
A solicitor of 20 Cornwall Gardens, London, S.W.
He was a Captain in the Royal Fusiliers. He succeeded his father 13 February 1912.
She emigrated to Canada 25 April 1924.
Dr. Gladys Maud Sandes M.D. (London), F.R.C.S. was a Gynaecologist.
Dr James M. Alston MD
He graduated B.A., Christ College, Cambridge