Reference: Adrian Sandes - Chapter 1 Annex D, Page 1, 2
Issue of William Sandes of Sallow Glen (0502) and Margaret Creagh:
Thomas William of Sallow Glen (0401) was born in 1771. From records of Trinity College Dublin, he was probably admitted in 1788, and took his BA in 1792. In 1797 he married Margaret, daughter of Francis Chute of Chute Hall, Co. Kerry, by whom he had eleven children. He was a JP, DL, and High Sheriff in 1804. Interestingly, his Sheriff’s Patent from George III spells his name Sandys. He died in 1835, and his wife in 1855.
William of Pyrmount, Co. Kerry (0402) was born on 16 July 1774. In 1792 he was admitted to Trinity College Dublin, where he was awarded his BA in 1796. He became a barrister-at-law, and married Aphra, daughter of Thomas Wren of Littor, Co. Kerry, by whom he had eight children. He died in 1852.
Stephen Creagh (0403) was born in 1778. He was admitted to Trinity College Dublin in 1795, and took his BA in 1799. In 1807 he took his MA and became a Fellow, and in 1816 became a BD. In 1819 he married Mary, daughter of Samuel Dickson of Ballynanaguile, Co. Limerick, by whom he had four children. In 1822 he became a DD and in 1831 was appointed lecturer to Archbishop King. Finally he was appointed Bishop of Cashel, Emly, Waterford and Lismore. He died on 14 November 1842, and is commemorated by a memorial inscription in Trinity College Chapel, Dublin.
Robert Fitzgerald (0404) 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 until he was killed at the Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo in 1812. He died without issue.
John Blennerhasset (0405) was born in 1781 and died without issue in April 1807. He is buried with his parents at Ballylongford.
Catherine (0406) was married to Lawrence Cussen of Rockhill, Co. Limerick in 1807, and had issue.