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Some notes for a history of the Sandys family.
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Life. Born in Leicester, England on 19 May , Sandys was the 4th son of Rev. Timothy Sandys (–) and Rebecca Swain (–). Living at first in India, Sandys returned to England at the age of eleven, and was educated at the Church Missionary Society College, Islington, then at Repton he won a scholarship to St John’s College, Cambridge. Unlisted Sandy managed by Logan Sandy last edited 30 Jun Tom B. Sandy s - s Lawrence Glenn Sandy 08 Oct Worthington, WV - 16 .
Rev. Abraham Sandys and Family: msr 0 maps of English counties: PatriciaLobde 0 Reverend Samuel SANDYS: Jonathan Gale 2 Georgiana (or Georgina) SANDYS b. circa Ireland: Mehlwemamba: 0 Notes for EDWIN ARCHBISHOP SANDYS: See: More about Marriage of Edwin Sandys and Cicely Wilford; Some information was put in the wrong place. The following info came from a book about the alumni of Cambridge University, entitled "Alumni Cantabrigienses". Of St. John's College. Son of George or William and Margaret, daughter of John Dixon, of.
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Some notes for a history of the Sandys family of Great Britain, Ireland, and the (former) Colony of Virginia: with their arms, pedigrees, portraits, illustrations of ancient seats, foundations, chantries, monuments, documents, tapestries, &c - Geneanet.
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- Edwin Sandys travels for three years on the continent, gathering material for a book. July-October - Edwin Sandys is sent on a brief diplomatic mission to en: Henry Sandys, MP, Samuel Sandys, Catherine Skrymsher, Francis Sandys, Edwin Sandys.
Sandys probably fought in the battle of Najera, thereafter remaining for some time in the prince’s company in Spain and France. He next appears in England in Novemberwhen charged with the abduction of the recently widowed Joan Bridges from Children: Sir Walter Sandys, MP. Many family history books are photocopied or printed on home desktop printers.
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During the Middle Ages people were very conscious of the variations in their surroundings including the soil g: notes. Sir Edwin Sandys. Sir Edwin Sandys (–) Contributed by Theodore K. Rabb. Sir Edwin Sandys, one of the founders of the Virginia Company, was an author and parliamentarian as well as a son and namesake of an Archbishop of York, Sandys served a brief diplomatic mission that led to travels through Europe which became the basis for A Relation of the State of Religion (.
The Sandys family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Sandys families were found in the UK in In there was 1 Sandys family living in Massachusetts. This was % of all the recorded Sandys's in the USA.
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