People

This is a list of all known family-members who descend from William Sandes and Elizabeth Fernley up to the present day.

Displaying 151 - 180 of 593
Married women are listed under their maiden names.
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Reverend Francis Sandes
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Justice of the Peace, Deputy Lieutenant. His occupation was solicitor.
07-0230
Daughter of Francis Bernard Chute of Rathanny, Tralee and Jane Rowan.
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Formerly Patterson, of Asknish, Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
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Reverend Robert Wren Sandes
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Daughter of Carrique Ponsonby of Crotta, Co. Kerry
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"He was probably the William Sandes of Pyrmount reported in The Shannonside Annual as being a good landlord and owning some famous racehorses and two “townsands” at Carhoona and Coolnanoonagh. Holly confirms this, saying that he was the most popular and certainly the best known of all the Sandes, and a most tolerant and fair minded landlord." see reference note AS - Chapter 1 Annexure D Pg 4
07-0350
He was an attorney at law.
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He was a solicitor and lived 18 Upper Sherrard Street, Listowel.
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AKA Kate Waters. Daughter of John de Renzy Waters.
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In 1851 he was recorded as the owner of two houses, namely No.s 24 and 35 The Square, Listowel. There is a plaque dedicated to him in St John's church, Listowel. He was sometimes referred to as "The Terror of North Kerry".
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Daughter of Capt. Charles John Whyte (of Loughbrickland, County Down. Captain 95th Regiment of Foot) and Rose Dartnell of Limerick.
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He was a Major in the Kerry Regiment.
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Daughter of Hugh Eldon Yielding of New Park, County Limerick. She married 2ndly 7 November 1885, Surgeon-Major Oliver Stokes Eager, F.R.C.S.I.
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He served as a Captain in the East India Company armies, Madras Corps in India.
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Daughter of Henry Mellor Sheldon
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He was a County Inspector, R.I.C., (Royal Irish Constabulary) - (Burkes 1812)

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