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 121 - 150 of 606
Reverend Francis Hewson, Archdeacon. Son of John Hewson and Margaret Fitzgerald.
Captain Edward Croker.
Daughter of Robert Ratcliffe Lindsay by Annie O’Neil of Shane’s Castle, Co. Antrim
Thomas McDonnell, MD
Reverend Samuel Dickson Sandes D.D. He was educated at Eagle House School in Hammersmith and later at Rugby School, Rugby. In the summer of 1847, at the age of 18, he went to Trinity College, Dublin. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1846 and Master of Arts 1850. He became a Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) in 1853. (Source: Crockford's Clerical Directories - ancestry.co.uk) He was the Rector of Whitechurch, Cork (1855 - 1872), Vicar of Bishop Middleham, Durham (1874 - 1875), Vicar of Nether Poppleton, Yorkshire (1875 - 1877) and The Rector of Marlesford, Suffolk (1881 - 1883).
Daughter of John Besnard of Cork and Sophia Baker.
He was a Captain in the 11th Hussars. He was a member of The Kildare Street Club - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kildare_Street_Club
He was the High Sheriff of Kerry in 1828.
Daughter of Charles Higgs of Charlton Kings, Gloucestershire and Rupertia Collier.
Reverend John Woodroffe, Rector of Glanmire, County Cork. Son of James Tisdale Woodroffe
"She eloped to the continent with a groom, having previously bestowed her favours on stable lads, and all trace of her was lost; it took her husband fifteen years to get an order presuming her deceased, but in fact she had died soon after the elopement, on 25 May 1835."
Son of Colonel James Crosbie and Elizabeth Bateman. High Sheriff of Kerry 1815.
Daughter of Major William Carrique Ponsonby of Crotta, Co.
Daughter of John Lister-Kaye, Bart., of Denby, Yorkshire.
He was a very wealthy man having amassed a fortune in India as director of the Balijan Tea Company, he rose to the position of Registrar General of Bengal in 1858 and then Administrator General of Bengal in 1860. He purchased Oakpark estates just outside Tralee from the Bateman family. On his return from India built a new mansion there from 1857 to 1860, (later known as Collis-Sandes House, now a 100-room conference centre) as a gift to his wife at a cost of £37000 (£4.5m today).
Daughter of Thomas Stratford Denis of Fortgranite, County Wicklow.
Justice of the Peace for County Kerry and County Limerick. (Burkes) He lived at Tieraclea House, near Tarbert, County Kerry.