Samuel Dickson Sandes II (1865 - 1938)
He was educated at the Albert Middle Class College in Framlingham, Suffolk, (now Framlingham College) .
He emigrated to British Columbia and worked as a draughtsman in the Copper Mountain Mines.
After the death of Rose, Samuel returned to England, left his son with his family at the Marlesford Rectory and emigrated to Australia and worked as an engineer at The Observatory, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane.
In 1937 he was working at the Day Dawn Mine, Wau, Papua New Guinea - they had a Gold Rush there in 1926. He wrote a letter to his son during this time.