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is Richard John, created Lord Sandford of
Sandford (ste Burke's Peerage).

Herbert Bruce (Sir;, K.C.M.G., late Col. R.A., formerly
Assistant-Resident at Satara, b. 13 Aug. 18i6 ; m. 23
Sept. ls62, his cousin, Sara Agnes, 3rd dau. of James
Edward Leslie, Esq. of Leslie Hill (see Leslie of Leslie
hill), and d. 21 Jan. 1892.

Daniel Fox (Right Rev.), LL.D., consecrated Bishop of
Tasmania, 1883, Assistant Bishop in Diocese of Durham
i8b9, and Rector of Boldon, Newcastle-on-Tyne, b. 25
July, 1831; m. 30 Aug. 1855, Elizabeth Barret, eldest
dau. of James Rae, Esq., by whom he has issue,
1 Fiancis Erskine Douglas, b. 1 Dec. 1856; 2 Daniel
Charnock, b. 5 Aug. 1864 ; 3 Leslie Gordon, b. 6 Dec.
Ifc66; 1 Etbel Ogilvy, d. 2 April, 1860; 2 Edith Char-
nock Edmonstone ; 3 Mabel Le Grix, d. 7 March, 1865 ;
4 Alice Ramsay, m. 17 Sept. 1891, Alfred Dobson, Esq.,
B.L., Solicitor-Gen. Tasmania; 5 Muriel Elphinstone,
d. 27 July, 1889.

Eliza Ellen Charnock, m. 28 Aug. 1854, John More
Douglas, Esq. of Sutton, Surrey, who d. 26 Sept. 1878.

Cecilia Catherine Charlotte, m. 17 June, 1847, Rev.
Francis Le Grix White, M.A., of Learning House,
Cumberland, sometime Incumbent of Croxton, in the
parish of Eccleshall, co. Stafford, who rf. 17 May, 1887.

Eleanor Sarah, m. 16 Dec. 1851, James Findlay, Esq.,
3rd son of Robert Findlay, Esq. of Easterhill. She d.
16 Jan. 1856.

Julia Lane, rn. 28 Aug. 1860, William Francis Kemp,
Esq., Berkeley Gardens, London.

Louisa Fitzgerald, ra. 4 April, 1861, Kev. J. S. Baird,
who d. 8 June, lfc61. Sh-j d. 27 Nov. 1865.



Susette Parish, d. March, 1874.
Harriet Ross, d. 31 July, 1844.
3 John (Ven.), B.D., Archdeacon of Coventry, Honorary
Canon of Westminster, and Rector of Alvechurch, ca.
Worcester, b. 22 March, 1801; to. Isit, 16 Aug. 1825,
Elizabeth, only dau. of Richard Poole, Esq., who d. 15
Sept. 1853, and 2ndly, 3 April, 1866, Anna, Lady Erskine,
eldest dau. of William Cunningham Graham, Esq. of
Gartniore, co. Stiriing, and relict of David, 2nd Lord
Erskine, The Archdeacon had issue by his 1st marriage,
Henry Ryder Poole (Rev.), M.A., one of H.M.'s Inspec-
tors of Schools for COS. Salop, Chester, and Stafford, 6.
1 Oct. 1826. He d. 1874.
Charies Waldegrave (Right Rev.), D.D., Bishop of
Gibraltar 1874, b. 13 Feb. 1828; m. 11 Dec. 1885,
Alice Emily Jane, dau. of Sir George Baker, Bart, of
Loventor.
Daniel Augustus, 2nd European Eegt. Bengal Infantry,

6. 12 Aug. 1829: d. wira. 20 June, 1849.
John Douglas, of II. M. Indian C.S., b. 3 Aug. 1832; m.
22 July, 1861, Jane Georgiana, dau. of Kev. Henry
Coddington, Vicar of Ware, Herts ; d. May, 1892.
Richard Forman Mainwaring, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 29
Dec. 1834; m. 7 April, 1863, Mary Isabella, dau. of
Capt. Edward Grant, 17th Regt., and has issue,
John Erskine Grant, b. 23 Feb. 1864.
Charies Douglas, b. 5 June, 1865; drowned at sea, 17
Oct. 1892.

Harry Coddington, 6. 8 March, 1869.
Ada Helen Ernestine,
Ernest Gray (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Cornwood, Canon
and Archdeacon of Exeter, b. 16 Aug. 1839; //;. Ethel,
dau. of Gabriel Poole, Esq. of Brent KnoU, and has a
son, b. 1877.

Adelaide Augusta, m. 18 July, 18G6, Rev. Arthur
Walker, M.A., Vicar of Easlon-iu-Gordano, Somerset.
Alice Elizabeth O'Brien.

1 EleanorSarah, d. 27 Jan. 1815.

2 Frances Catherine, ui. 1 July, 1816, Rev. Charles Lane,
M.A., Rector and Vicar of Wrotham, and Rural Dean of
Shoreham, Kent (see hAtiE of King's BnmUey).

3 Wilhelmina Jemima, m. \i Aug. 1822, Montague Baker
Bere, Esq. of Morebath, Devon (see Bere o Morebnth).

4 Sarah, ra. 15 April, 1823, James Edmmid Leslie, Esq. of
Leslie Hill, co. Antrim, and d. '10 Dec. 1864 {see Leslie
of Leslie Hill).

Rev. Daniel Sandford d. 1770.

Rev. Thomas Sandford, of Sandford, m. Armina Rebecca,
eldest dau. of Dr. Kennedy, Physician to George III,, and
sister of Commissary-Gen. Sir Robert Kennedy, and had,

I. Tho.mas Hugh, his heir.

II. John Robert, Major Indian army, 6. 1802; d. v.nya. 2
Nov. 1850.

I. Mary, m. 31 Oct. 1837, John Edensor Hcathcote, Esq. of
Apedale Hall, co. Stafford, and d. 7 April, 1806. He d. s. ».
10 Dec. 1869.

Mr. Sandford d. 15 Dec. 1812, and s. his son,

Thomas Hugh Sandford, Esq. of Sandford, b. Sept. 1795,
rn. 9 Dec. 1817, Eliza Ann, dau. of Roger Kirkpatrick, Esq.,
grandson of Kirkpatrick of Closeburn, and by her (who d. 6
Aug. 1825) had issue,

I. Thomas Hugh, who .5. his father.

II. John George, b. 13 Dec. 1821 ; d. 11 May, 1834.
I. Armine Eliza.

Mr. Sandford d. 7 Nov. 1822, and was s. by his elder son, the
late Thomas Hugh Sandford, Esq. of Sandford, who d. 2t>
Nov. 1886, leaving his property to his widow (see v.hove).

Arms — Quarterly, per fesse indented crm. and az., with more
than fifty quarterings, including the coats of De Cardiff,
Le Banaster, Peshall, Abrincis, Stafford, Broughton,
SwiNNERTON, Chetwynd, Knightly, Pantulf, U'Oyly, Noel,
Le Strange, Earls of Brittany, Hastang, and Trussel.
Crest — A falcon, wings endorsed, preying on a partridge, all
ppr. Motto — Nee temere nee timide.

6'cai— Sandford HaU, Whitchurch, Salop ; in the family since
the Conquest.



SANDFORD OF THE ISLE OF KOSSALL.

Sandford, HuMpnEEV, Esq., M.A., of the Isle
of Rossall, Salop, J. P., Barrister-at-Law, b. 27 Oct.
1811 ; m. 16 Sept. 1852, Anne Tajlor, 5fcli dau. of
Joseph Armitage, Esq. of Milnsbridge House, co»
York, J.P. and D.L., and has had issue,

I. Humphrey, 6. 20 May, 1856 ; m. 30 June, 1886, Phoebe
Isabella, elder dau. of James Evans, Esq. of Pwllmayric
Lodge, CO. Monmouth, and has a son, Uumeurey, b. 18
May, 1887.

II. FoUioit, b. 3 Aug. 1859 ; d. unm. at Delhi.

III. Richard, 6. 1 Aug. 1863.

I. Mary Frances Holland, m. 5 July 1882, James Ross, Esq.



SAN



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SAN



1787



of Brightfield, Uxbiidse, Bucks, M.A., and has two sons
and three daus.

II. Annette Armine.

III. Ada Eossall, m. 10 Sept. 1890, Rev. John Neale, M.A.,
of Kneeton, co. Nottingham.

IV. Marjjaret Plowden, m. 30 Aug. 18S7, Rev. Harry AYavd,
M.A. Vicar of Applctun-lc-Street, Maltou, Yorks, and has
two daus., Margaret Dorothy ; and Evelyn Sybil.

Xiineag'e. — Nicholas Sandfoud, of Calverhall, 3rd son of
Nicholas Sandford, Lord of Sandford {sec [rrtctding Lineage),
obtained, 14'iG, a grant of The Lee, near Whitchurch, to him-
self and his son Thomas. Nicholas's son, the said

Thomas Sandfobd, of The Lee, living 33 Henbt VI. and
5 Edwakd IV.. was father of

WiLUAM Sandford, of The Lee, m. Sibilla, dau. and co-heir
of Sir Fulke Springscaux, Knt. o( Plash, .Sliciiff of Salop 1447,
by Margaret his wife, dau. and heir of John Wynnesbury
(descended from Simon de Winsbnry) and Anna his wife, dau.
of Eoger de Edgton, and d. about 1509, leaving a son,

KicHABD Sandford, of Edgton and Alselde, iu the parish
of Condover, living 1519 and 1547, m. Jane, dau. of William
Bromley, grandfather of Sir Thomas Bromley, Knt., Lord
Chancellor, and of Sir George Bromley, Knt., Chief Justice of
Chester, and Gustos liotulorum of Shropshire. Richard Sand-
ford d. circa 1550, and was s. by his son,

Geokge Sandford, of The Lee, Edgton, and Alselde, 6. 1496 ;
id. Anne, dau. of William Ottley, Esq. of Pitchford, Salop, and
dying about the year 1584, was s. by his sou,

Richard Sandford, Esq. of The Lee, Edgton, and Eayston,
who removed to the Isle of Rossall on his marriage with Mar-
garet, dau. of Humphrey Plowden, Esq. of Plowden, co. Salop,
and sister to the celebrated lawyer, Edmdkd Plowden. He d.
10 Feb. 1588, and was s. by his son,

Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, Edgton,
&c., h. 1543; Hi. Anne, dau. of Francis Lascelles, Esq., and
sister of Sir Thomas Lascelles, of Brakenburgh, co. York, and
had one son, Hc.mphret, his heir, and a dau., Anne, who m.
Richard Gibbons, Mayor of Shrewsbury 1641, brother of
Francis Gibbons, D.D., Chaplain to King Charles I. He d. 5
July, IGll, and was s. by his son,

Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, 6. 8 June,
1580; VI. Jane, dau. of Edward Giffard, Esq. of The White
Ladies, and had issue,

Richard, his heir.

Matthew, bapt. 10 Oct. 1025 ; who d. 1691, leaving (by Mary
his wife, whom he m. 1657) a son,
Humphrey, successor to his cousin.
Mr. Sandford suffered during the civil war, and was severely
plundered by the Parliamentary authorities; having been
certified as a Popish Recusant he had to pay £49 5s. annually
to the Commonwealth. He d. 25 March, 1654, and was s. by
his son,

Richard Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, m. 1st,
Frances, dau. of Sir William Owen, Knt. of Condover, Sheriff
of Salop 1623, and had by her two daus. He rn. 2ndly, Anne
Hussey, and by her (who d. 30 March, 1686) had two sons and
two daus.,

Richard, his heir.

Hdmpuket, successor to his brother.

Sarah, m. John Briekdale, Esq., Alderman of Shrewsbury,
ancestor of Brickdale, of Birchcnap JJov.se, co. Gloucester.

Jane, m. Richard Davenport, Esq. of The Hays, near
Oswestry, and d. 21 Jan. 1703.
Mr. Sandford d. 1669, and was s. by his son,

Richard Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, m. Frances,
dau. of Edward Brooke, Esq. of Church Stretton, and dying
without surviving issue, 26 July, 1676, was .s. by bis brother,

Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, Fellow ol
St. John's Coll. Camb., b. 1650; who d. v.nm. 28 Oct. 1712,
and devised his estates to his cousin-german,

Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, b. 1658 ;
ill. 6 May, 1688, Elizabeth, dau. of William Evans, Esq. of
Mindtown, Salop, and by her (who d.. 13 Sept. 1727, aged 64)
left at his decease, 9 June 1734, aged 76, a son and successoi',

Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, 6. 168J;
ill. 13 Jan. 1717, Rebecca, dau. of Job Walker, Esq. of Ferney
Hall, near Ludlow, Salop, by the Hon. Rebecca Folliott hi>
wife, dau. of Thomas, Lord Folliott, of Ballyshannon, co.
Sligo, and niece of Edward, 1st Lord Herbert of Chirbury. By
this lady, Mr. Sandford had (with four sons, who d.. s. p.) a son
and heir, Humphrey, and three daus., i. Rebecca, d. num. ;
u. Mary, m. Jonathan Scott, Esq. of Shrewsbury, and was
mother of Major Scott-Waking ; and iii. Anne, m. Rev.
Daniel Austin, M.A., Rector of Berrington, near Shrewsbury.
Mr. Sandford d. 25 March, 1741, and was «. by his son,



Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Eossall, High>
SheritT of Shropshire 1787, b. 23 Dec. 1718 ; m. 31 Jan. 1746,
Elizabeth, only child and heir of Hugh Jones, Esq. and grand-
dau. of Edward Jones, Esq., Mayorof Shrewsbury (1714) at the-
proclamation of the first sovereign of the House of Hanover, by
whom he had issue,

Humphrey, b. 26 Jan. 1747 ; d. umn. 1777.

Folliott, his heir.

Edward, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., b. 26 Jan. 1753; m. 13 Dec. 1797,.

Miss Maiy Viner, and d. 20 Feb. 1802, leaving two sons,.

Edward, b. 3 Feb. 1801, d. 22 Sept. 1848; and William, 6.

12 Oct. 1802, d. 24 June, 1803.
Frances, to. Rev. George Holland, M.A., of Tcnbury, co.

Worcester, Rector of Hanwood and Mindtown, Salop, by

whom she had an only child,

Frances, m. Rev. Humphrey Sandford, of the Isle of
Rossall.

Mr. Sandford was High Sheriff of Salop 1787, and after enjoy-
ing the famiiy estates for more than half a century, d. 31 July,
1791, in the 73rd year of his age, and was s. by his eldest sur-
viving son,

Folliott Sandford, Esq. of the Isle of Rossall, b. 28 Oct.
1751 ; ill. 12 June, 1781, Isabella, dau. of William Deuchars^
Esq., and by her (who d. 14 April, 1824) had issue,

I. Humphrey, his heir.

II. Folliott (Rev.;, M.A. , Incumbent of Edgton, b. 5 April,
1787; TO. 1st, 26 Sept. 1820, Anne, dau. of Rev. David Wray,
Incumbent of Haddenham, co. Cambridge, who d. <>
March, 1841. He to. 2ndly, 22 May, 1849, Emily, dau. of
Richardson Roe, Esq. of Lowestoft, Suffolk, and d. 21 Jan.
1865.

III. Richard (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Eaton-under-Haywood,
Salop, 6. 28 July, 1791 ; d. umti. 2 Jan. 1860.

IV. William (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Newport, Salop, b. 21
Aug. 1793 ; ra. 1817, Mary, only dau. of John Atfield Rich-
man Webb, Esq., and d. 21 March, 18G4, leaving issue,

1 FoUiott James, of Market Drayton, Salop, M.D., 6.
20 Jan. 1818.

2 William (Rev.), B.A., Rector of Edlaston, co. Derby, 6.
2 Nov. 1819; m. 1st, 30 Sept. 185'2, Charlotte Elizabeth,
dau. of Rev. Thomas May, Vicar of Breamore, Hants, and
granddau. of Sir William Gibbons, 3rd Bart, of Stanwell,
and by her (who d. 1 June, 1863) has two daus., Charlotte
Rebecca and Anne Caroline. He m. 2ndly, 31 July. l8o7,
Eleanor, dau. of Joseph Cottrill, Esq. of Harwiek, co.
Worcester.

3 Edward, of Baschurch, Salop, M.R.C.S.E., b. 1 June,
1821 ; m. 4 April, 1»72, Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of Robert
Walmsley, Esq. of Newton, Salop.

1 Mary Harriet, m. 6 Dec. 1864, Rev. Edward Whieldon,
M.A., of Hales Hall, near Cheadle, Vicar cf Bradley, co^
StatTord.

2 Elizabeth .Sarah.

v. Jonathan, M.R.C.S.L.,formerly .Surgeon in the H.E.I.C.S.
b. 18 June, 179.5 : d. uiiin. '26 Sept. 1864.

I. Elizabeth, d. unm. 14 July, 1863.

ir. Annabella, m. 21 Jan. 1829, WiUiam Home Pierpoint,
Esq. of Bath ; d. 19 Feb. 1869.
Mr. Sandford d. 27 April, 1841, and was s. by his eldest son.

Rev. Humphrey Sandford, of the Isle of Rossall, Incumbent
of Edgton, Salop, M.A., 6. 12 Dec. 1782; to. 21 Jan. 1811,
Frances, only child and heir of Rev. George Holland, Rector
of Hanwood and of Mindtown, in the same co., I\I.A., and
by her (who d. 30 Dec. 1843) had seven sons and two daus.,

I. Humphrey, now of the Isle of Rossall.

II. Folliott, b. 14 Oct. 1814; iii. 8 Aug. 1867, Caroline, 3rd'
dau. of Thomas Taylor, Esq. of The Mythe, co. Gloucester,
and granddau. of Sir John Geers Cotterell, 1st Bart, of
Garnons, M.P. co. Hereford.

in. George, M.A., Vicar of Ecclesall, Sheffield, co. York, 6.
5 Oct. 1816: TO. 10 July, 1S60, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
Rev. Henry Barlow, M.A., Incumbent of Pitsmoor, Sheffield,
and has issue,

1 Folliott George (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Sharrow, Sheffield,
b- 26 April, 1851 ; to. 12 June, 1888, Hosamond Mary
Blakelock, younger dau. of Ralph Blakelock Smith, Esq..
of Bents Green Lodge, Sheffield, and has issue,

FolUott Hugh Blakelock, b. 9 July, 1889.

Clement Richard Folliott, b. 23 Nov. 1893.

Roiamond Dorothy. Mary Frances Catharine.

2 Henry Barlow, 6. 21 May, 1862 ; m. 28 Dec. 1886,
Eleanor, ■2nd dau. of Charles Anthony Branson, Esq. of
Brooingrove, Sheffield, and has a dau., Constance
Armine.

3 Francis Berkeley, b. 25 Sept. 1864; m. 14 Jan. 1892,
Margaret W ingate, youngest dau. of William Ritchie, Esq.,
and has one son, George Ritchie, b. 9 Nov. 1892.

4 Walter Gerald, b. 27 March, 1866 ; d. 9 April, 1887.

5 Herbert hdward, b. 25 Aug. 1869.

6 William Courtenay, b. 3 Dec. 1870.

7 Charles Sidney, b. 7 Oct. 1873.

IV. Edward (Rev.), Vicar of Denford and Ringstead, co.
Northampton, b. 10 April, 1818 ; m. 20 Sept. 1848, Mary,



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SAN



4th dau. of the above-named Joseph Armitage, Esq., and d.
IS Dec. 1879, having had issue,

1 Edward Aniiilage (Kev.), M.A., late Vicar of Dcnfurd
and Kingstead, /-. 11 May, Ibol; m. 3 Jan. lt>SJ, Mira
IsalK-lla, I'ldcr dau. of the Kev. Jlandeville Kodwell,
Hector of llieh Laver, co. Essex.

2 llcnry Ross'all. b. '27 July, 1852 ; m. 3 Sept. 1S90, Annette,
2nd dau. of John Wliitaker, Esq. of Broadclough, c-o.
Lancaster, and of AVinsIey Hall, Salop, J P., and has
issue, Francis Edward Kossall, b. 10 July, 18U1.

1 Mary Amy.
y. Richard, formerly Surgeon to the English Hospital at

Jerusalem, b. 22 Nov. lsU» ; <(. 18 Nov. Ibotl.
VI. Holland iHcv.), il.A., Hector of Eaton-under-Haywood,

Salop, ''. 2 June, 1823.
vii. William (Kev.), Jl..\., late Vicar of Bicton, Salop, b.

3 Feb. 1827; m. 10 April, 1861, Emma, 4th dau. of Ihomas

Calrow, Esq. of Bury, co. Lancaster, and (?. 18 Oct. 18113,

having had issue,

1 Frederick William, b. 23 Dec. 1SG2; d. 7 Feb. 1S71.

2 Francis Folliott, b. 22 Oct. 18c6.

3 George Calrow, b. 15 Sept. 1869.

1 Laura, d. 26 June, 1888. 2 Charlotte Amelia.

I. Hannah Amelia, m. 14 June, 1866, Francis Pryce Keysell,
Esq. of Grove House, Cheshunc, Herts, and has two sons
ami one dau.

II. Charlotte, Hi. 6 July, 1868, Rev. Charles Ingram Roberts,
M.A., Rector of lloo St. Mary, Kent, 3rd son of Thomas
Turner Roberts, Esq. of Llwynddern, co. Brecon, J. P. ; hud.
17 Oct. 1S86, leaving a dau. Frances Amelia.

Mr. Sandford d. 13 Sept. 1856.

Arms — Per chevron sa. and erm., in chief two boars' heads
couped close or. Crest — A boar's head couped close or. Motto
— Mec temere nee limide.

Seat — The Isle, near Shrewsbury.



SANDYS OF GRAYTHWAITE AND
ESTHWAITE.

Sandys, Thomas Mtles, Esq. of Graythwaite
Hall, CO. Lancaster, D.L., and M.P. for the Bootle
Division of Lancashire since 1885, Lieut. -Col.
Comm. 3rd and 4th (Militia) Batts., the Lojal
North Lancashire Regt., formerly Capt. 7th Royal
rusiliers (retired after 20 years service), b. 12 May,
3837 ; s. his uncle 1871.

Lineage.— This family is of great antiquity. In 1377,
Richard del Sandys was returned to Parliament as one of the
Knights of the Shire for Cumberland, and in 131)0 (14
Richard II.) and 1394(18 Richard II.), Thomas del Sandys
was also returned to Parliament for Cumberland.

Rohert Sandts, of Ratt.enby Castle, in the parish of St.
Bees, Itinp. Henry IV., 1399, left two sons, John, of St. Bees,
■who rii. and had issue, and William, of Furncss Fell.s, co.
Lancaster (he is in some documents called John), who had a
son and heir,

William Sandys, of Furness Fells, who m. the dau. of —
Bonhain, and left issue, William, his heir, and Margaret, m.
Richard Bray, son of Edmund Bray, one of the Privy Council
to King Edward VI. The son,

William Sandys, m. Margaret, dau. and heir of William
Eawson of co. York, and left, among other issue, an eldest son,

George, or William, Sandys, of Esthwaite, in Hawkshead,
CO. Lancaster, J. P. and Receiver-General for the Liberties of
Furness. He m. Margaret, dau, of John Dixon, of London,
and had six sons,

George, slain in 1547, fighting against the Scotch at Mussel-
burgh.

William, of Conishead, who d. 1558, and left an only son,
Francis, who d. s. p. in ward to Queen Elizabeth.

Anthony, of Esthwaite, of whose descendants we treat.

Edwin (Most Rev.), D.D., Archbishop of York, ancestor in
the female line of Sandxs-Lumsdainb of Lv.msdaine, and of
Lord .Sandys.

CnRisTOPHEB, of Graythwaite, now represented by Lieut.-Col.
T. Myles Sandys of Grautlitoaite and Esthicaite.

Myles, ancestor of the co-heirs of the late Sir Edwin Bayn-
tun Sandys, Bart, of Missenden Castle, co. Gloucester.

The 3rd son,

Anthony Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite, to. Anne, dau. and
co-heir of Robert Mann, Esq., brother of John Mann, of Bullin-
brook, CO. Lincoln. He d. 1591, and was s, by his only son,

Edwin Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite, wdio vi. Grace, dau. of
Robert Wyvill, Esq. of Great Burton, co. York, dying 1G25, he
left by her (who d. 1612) an only son,

Samuel Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite, in. Dorothy, dau. of
Gavin Braithwait, Esq. of AmbKside, Westmorland, and
dying 1651, left five sons, of whom the eldest,



Edwin Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite, d. ujim. 1672, when the
estate devolved upon his surviving brother,

Thomas Sandys, Esq. of Sion House, Middlesex, who thus
became "of Esthwaite." He m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of
Nicholas Crisp, Esq., and left an eldest son,

Thomas Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite Hall, m. Anne, eldest
dau. and eventually sole heir of Myles Sandys, Esq. of I
Graythwaite Hall (which Myles was fifth in descent from '
Christopher Sandys above-mentioned), and had a son and heir, j

JlvLEs Sandys, Esq. of Esthwaite and Graythwaite, J.P.
He m. Isabel, dau. of James Penny, Esq. of Pennybridge, co.
Lancaster, and had issue. Mr. Sandys served, 1725, as High
Sheriff of co. Lancaster. He d. 1766, and was s. by his eldest
son,

Myles Sandys, Esq. of Graythwaite, ra. Slargery, elder dau.
and co-heir ot Robert Pennington, Esq. of Seaton Hall, Cum-
berland, but dying.', ji., the estates devolved upon his nephew,

Myles Sandys, Esq. of Graythwaite, b. 1761, son of Thomas
Sandys, Esq. of Oldhall, in the parish of Colton, co. Lancaster,
by Ellen his wife, d.ui. of Capt. Samuel Sandys, of Skirton.
He m. 18 Feb. 1790, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John Dalryinple,
Bart., and sister of John, 8th Earl of Stair. He d. 2 Sept. 1839,
having had issue by her (who ((. 1832),

I. Myles, of Graythwaite Hall, J.P. and D.L., b. 27 Dec.
1790; m. 24 July, 1820, Frances, dau. of Thomas 1- ranee
France, Esq. of Bostock Hall, co. Chester, and d. s. p.
17 Aug. 1853.

II. John Ualrymple, s. to Graythwaite on the death of his
brother; d. anm 30 Nov. 1871.

III. Thomas, of Shrewsbury, R.N., subsequently pi-omoted
to Capt. and command of a frigate in the Maritime Service
of the H. IvI.C, m. 15 July, 1834, Frances, dau. of C.ipt.
Thomas Sanders, H.E.I.C- mariLime service, and </. Jan.
1856, leaving by her (who d. 17 F'eh. 1878) one son and two
daus.,

1 Thomas Mylks, now of Graythwaite and Esthwaite.
1 Susan Frances, d. xtiuii. Ls68. 2 Ellen Jane.

IV. George, Lieut. -Gen. in the Indian army, and Col. of the
6th Madras Light Cavalry, to. 1st, Sarah Theresa, dau.
ot Arthur Short, Esq., by whom he had one surviving dau.
Aileen Theresa, to. 1870, Col. Robert Lockhart Ross, C.B.,
who d. 21 June, 1873. Gen. Sandys ia. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of
John Stewart, of Fasnacloich, co. Argyll, by whom he had,
with three daus., one son, luiwyn Del, Major Northampton-
shire Regt., b. 2 Jan. 1858 ; to. 25 Sept. 1883, Clarissa
Marion, dau. of Lieut.-Col. G. E. Owen Jackson, late Royal
Marine Light Infantry, and has twin sons, George Oweil
and Mervyn Keats. Gen. Sandys d. 20 Oct. 1864.

V. William Travis (Rev.), Rector of Burton-Ie-Coggles, Grant-
ham, m. 6 Aug. 1835, Caiharine, dau. of William Woottoa
Abney, Esq. of MeasUam Hall, co. Derby, and d. 21 Jan.
1883, leaving issue,

1 Edwin William, of Fulford House, co. Y'ork, J.P., M.P.
for Lancashire 18w5, late JLijor R.A., b. 21 March, 1838;
m. 1st, 20 June, 1865, Frances Anne Sandys, eldest dau. of
Edwin Sandys Bain, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, of l'.a. - ter
Liveland, co. Stirling, and by her (who d. 2 June, 1874;
had issue, 1 William Bain Richardson, Lieut. R.A , ij. 20
May, 1S68; 2 Henry Myles, b. 30 March, L'71 ; 3 Edivard
Selon, 2nd Lieut. R.E., b. 17 Sept. 1872; 1 Frances
Catherine JIary, d. 16 Jan. 1878; 2 Agnes Elizabeth, d. 6
June, 1874. He m. 2ndly, 17 April, 1879, Eliza liidley,
eldest dau. of Rev. Henry B. Carr, sil.A., Canon of Dur-
ham, and has a dau. Dorothy.

2 Henry Stair, Comm. R.N., b. 14 Aug. 1841 ; m. 1st, 13
Feb. 1866, Frances Beatrice, 3id dau. of Rev. Edward
Henry Abney, of The Firs, Derby; she (i. 1 April, ls74.
He TO. 2ndly, 29 April, 1880, Mary Alice, dau. of Rev.
John Till, Vicar of Gnosall, co. Stafford.

3 Richard, b. 24 and d. 25 Aug. 1843.

■ 4 Arthur Abney, Major 4th Dragoon Guards, h. 18 Oct.
1802.
5 Walter del, 6. 17 Feb. 1855 ; d. 23 April, 1S81.

1 Albreda Elizabeth, d. 7 Oct. 1840.

2 Catharine Margaret, to. 14 March, 1876, Rev. C. II.
Potchett, and has issue.

3 Harriet Isabel. 4 F'rances Anne, d. 3 Nov. 1853.

VL James, H.E.I.C.S.

I. Elizabeth Hamilton, d. unm. 7 March, 1884, aged 90 years.

II. Ellen, d. unm. 27 July, 1S65.

III. Harriet, d. uum. 16 Sept. 1b69.

IV. Agnes, d. until. Sept. 1837.

V. Jane Roberts, m. 15 May, 1850, Jedcdiah Strutt, Esq. of
Helper, J.P. and D.L., and d. s. p. 24 Nov. 1869.

Jlr. Sandys d. 30 Nov. 1871, and was s. by his nephew, the
present Thomas Myles Sandys.

Arms — Or, a fcsse dancett^e between three crosses-crosslet
fitchee gu. Quartcrings : 2nd, Rawson, per fesse gu. and az., ^
a tower domed arg. ; 3rd, JIann, az., on afesseembaltleil arg., i
between three goats statant of the last, as many ogresses; 4th,
Sandys, as l.efore ; 5th, Rawson, as before ; 6th, as tirst.
Crct,t—A griffin segreant per fesse orand gu. Motto— Vrohum
non poeniiet.



SAN



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SAN



1789



Seat — Graythwaite Hall, Ulverstone, co. Lancaster.
Clubs— CaT\lon and United Servit:e.



SANDYS-LUMSDAINE OF LUMSDAINE.

Sandts-Lumsdaine, Edwin Eobeet John, Esq.
of Lumsdaine and Blanerne, co. Berwick, and of
Innergellie, co. Fife, J. P. co. Berwick, B.A. Ch.
Ch. Oxford, b. 31 May, 1865 ; s. his father 18
June, 1873.

^famlln of ^umsbainf.

Liineag'e. — The ancient border family of Lumsdaine has
resided in co. Berwick from a very early date.

GiLLEM andCRENDE LuMisDEN attested a charter granted to
the Priory of Coldingham, by Waldeve, Earl of Dunbar, be-
tween the years 1166 and 1182, and the names of Radulf,
William, John, Adam, and Gilbert de Lumisden appear as
attesting different grants to the same priory in the lo



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