This is a list of all known family-members who descend from William Sandes and Elizabeth Fernley up to the present day. You can do a name search below, just enter part of the first or last name. For a few family members that are still alive, only the name and year of birth will be displayed.Displaying 31 - 60 of 606
Of Carrunas, Co. Kerry.
Reverend Thomas Connor of Castle Shannon
Reverend Henry Sandes. He was the Chanter of Ardfert Cathedral.
He was a Justice of the Peace, for Co. Kerry in 1785.
Daughter of George Gough of Toureen, Co. Limerick
Aka "Jane Smyth". Daughter of Thomas Smith, D.D. Bishop of Limerick
Barrister-at-law Son of Sir Thomas Crosbie of Rusheen, Co. Kerry and Elizabeth Hamilton (The Peerage)
Son of Patrick Crosbie and Agnes Freke. (The Peerage)
Son of Sir Thomas Crosbie of Rusheen, Co. Kerry. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin University, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland. He was Clerk of the Peace and Commissioner of the Customs for Kerry. In 1735 he was tried in the Danish silver robbery scandal and acquitted. He lived at Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
He was a Captain in the Army, and may have been MP for Portarlington
Daughter of David Tynte Crosbie (1666 - 1717) of Ardfert, County Kerry and Jane Hamilton (b. 1673) and sister of 1st Lord Brandon.
Daughter of Henry Warren of Grangebegg, Co. Kildare
Richard Sandes of Mount Mellick (see reference note)
Colonel Richard Croasdaile of Woodford, County Galway and of Rynn, Queen's County. High Sheriff of Queen's Co. 1772 and Co. Galway 1775.
He was a Justice of the Peace in 1785 and High Sheriff of Kerry in 1775.
Daughter of Stephen Creagh of Limerick and Catherine Burke daughter of John Burke of Limerick.
B.A. 1772. Justice of the Peace and High Sheriff of Kerry 1795.
Alternatively Elizabeth Connor, daughter of Major Fitzmaurice O'Connor (or Connor) (16th Regiment of Foot)