'Sandys2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Sandys of Furness Fells, Sandys of Graythwaite, Sandys of Ombersley, Sandys of St. Bees, Sandys of Wilberton

                               
Robert Sandys of Rattenby Castle, St. Bees, Cumberland (a 1399)
1. John Sandys of St. Bees
  A. Roger Sandys or Sandis of St. Bees
  i. William Sandis of Rottington, Cumberland
  m. Elizabeth Orford (dau of William Orford)
  a. Robert Sandis
  m. Ellinor Skelton (dau of John Skelton)
  b. Mabell Sandius
  m. Leonard Brisko (son of Richard of Crofton)
  c.+ other issue - Jonett, Elizabeth, Joane
2. William Sandys of Furness Fells, Lancashire named George in Visitation (Worcestershire)
  A. William Sandys of Furness Fells this generation omitted by the Visitations but given by BLG1886
  m. _ Bonham
  Visitation (Buckinghamshire) shows the following William, brother of the Margaret (m. Richard Braye), as son John of Fornis Fells, son of Robert of St. Betts. Berry shows him as son of William son of John son of Robert. We provisionally follow BLG1886 on this.
  i. William Sandys the first mentioned by BE1883
  Visitation (Sussex, 1530-1633-4, 'Sandes) shows William's wife (and mother of Thomas, William & Oliver) as _ Troughton. The other sources identify her as ...
  m. Margaret Rawson (dau/heir of William Rawson of Yorkshire)
  a. George (not William) Sandys of London
  m. Margaret Dixon (dau of John Dixon of London by Anne, dau of Thomas Roos by Anne, dau of Rowland Thornborough of Hampsffeld)
  BLG1886 shows his sons in the order George, William, Anthony, Edwin, Christopher, Myles. We follow BE1883, which is supported by the Cumberland Visitation, but note that the Buckinghamshire Visitation (which shows Edwin, George and Miles without numbering them) identifies William as the 3rd son and Christopher as the 4th.
  (1) George Sandys or Sandis (d 1547)
  m. _ Waller
  (A) Roger Sandis
  (2) William Sandys of Conishead (receiver of Furness)
  m. _ Strickland
  (A) Francis Sandis of Conishead (dsp)
m. Jane Dalstone (dau of Sir John Dalstone of Dalstone)
  (B) Margaret Sandis
  m. Myles Dodinge of London
  (C) Barbara Sandis
  m. Myles Phillipsonn of Thurtenden 'of Crook'
  (i) Anne Phillipsonn
  m. (01.07.1608) Thomas Arundell, Baron of Warder Castle
(3) Edwin Sandys, Bishop of London then Archbishop of York (d 18.07.1588) this line followed by BE1883 & Berry
  m1. Cecilia or Cicely Wilford (d 05.02.1610, dau of Thomas Wilford of Cranbrook)
  The following is partly supported by Visitation (Worcestershire, 1634, 'Sandys').
  (A) Sir Samuel Sandys of Ombersley, Sheriff of Worcestershire (b 28.12.1560, d 18.08.1623)
  m. Mercy Colepeper (d c03.1628-9, dau of Martin Colepeper) named Mary by Visitation (Cumberland)
  (i) Sir Edwin Sandys of (Woodaham Ferrers &) Worsburgh, later of Ombersley (d 06.09.1623-4)
  m. (1614) Penelope Bulkeley (dau of Sir Richard Bulkeley) named Mary by Visitation (Cumberland)
  (a) Samuel Sandys of Ombersley, Governor of Evesham (d 1685, 3rd son?)
  m1. Mary Barker (dau of Hugh Barker, Dean of the Arches)
  m2. Elizabeth akington (dau of Sir John Pakington, Bart)
  (b) Catherine Sandys
  m. Stephen Anderson of Eyworth
  (c)+ other issue - Richard (d Edgehill), Edwin, Martin, Mercy (d young)
(ii) Martin Sandys
  m. Frances Egiock (dau of Sir Francis Egiock)
  (a)+ issue - Francis (b c1630), Penelope, Mercy
  (iii) Cecilia Sandys
  m. John Brace of Droitwich
(iv) Margaret Sandys
  m. Sir Francis Wyatt
  (v) Anne Sandys
  m. Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell (b c1620, d 26.06.1640)
  (vi) Mary Sandys
  m. Richard Humfrys or Humffrey of Retonden
(vii) Mercy Sandy
  m. _ Ewbank
  (viii) Joyce Sandys
  m1. Edward (not John) Dyneley of Charlton (b 1600-1, d 04.03.1646)
  m2. _ Lawrence
  (ix) Elizabeth Sandys
  m1. Edward Pitt or Pytts (son of Sir James)
  m2. George Walsh
  (x)+ other issue - John, William
  (B) Sir Edwin Sandys of Northbourne (d 1629)
m1. Margaret Eveleigh (dau of John Eveleigh of Devon)
  m2. Anne Southcoft (dau of Thomas Southcoft)
  m3. Elizabeth Nevinson (dau of Thomas Nevinson of Eastry)
  m4. Catharine Bulkeley (dau of Sir Richard Bulkeley of Anglesey)
  (C) Sir Myles Sandys, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Hunts., 1st Bart of Wilberton (b 29.03.1563, d 1645, MP)
  The following is partly supported by TCB (vol 1, 'Sandys of Wilberton', p89+).
m1. Elizabeth Cooke (dau of Edward Cooke of North Cray)
  (i) Sir Myles Sandys, 2nd Bart of Wilberton (dsp bur 23.02.1653/4, younger son)
  m. Elizabeth Park (dau/coheir of Thomas Park of Wisbeach by Audrie, dau of John Crosse)
  (ii)+ other issue - sons (dsp, Edmond, Edmond, Myles, Richard), Robert, Edwin, Anne
  m2.(28.11.1626) Mary (b c1586, dau/widow of _ West)
(D) Margaret Sandys probably the Margaret who married ...
  m. Anthony Aucher of Bishopsbourne
  (E) Anne Sandys probably of this generation
  m. Sir William Barne of Woolwich (d 1619)
  (F)+ other issue - William (dsp), Thomas, Henry, George (d 1643), Henry (had issue), Hester, Bridget
  BEB1841 (Wastneys of Headon) reports that a grandson of the Archbishop was William of Askham. It is not known which son of the Archbishop was father of ...
  (i) William Sandys of Askham (Colonel)
  (a) Mary Sandys
  m. Hardolph Wastneys (dsp)
  (b) Catherine Sandys
  m. Sir Edward Wastneys, 3rd Bart of Headon (d 12.03.1678)
  m2. Mary Sandis (dau of William Sandis of Wadham Fferres)
  (K) James Sandis
  (4) Christopher Sandys of Graythwaite
  m1. Margaret Carus (dau of William Carus of Astwaite)
  (A) Adam Sandys of Grathwayt
  The following comes from Visitation (Dugdale, Lancashire, 1664-5, 'Sandys of Graythwayt').
  m. Katherine Dalston of Cumberland
  (i) William Sandys of Grathwayt (d c1615)
m. _ Stalford (dau of John Stalford of Westmoreland)
  (a) Miles Sandys of Grathwayt (d c1649)
  m. Elizabeth Gilpin (dau of William Gilpin of Kentwick)
  ((1)) Samuel Sandys of Grathwayt (b c1633, a 03.1664)
  m. Anne Swainson (dau/coheir of John Swainson of Cartmel Fells)
  ((A)) Miles Sandys (b c1658)
  Dugdale ends with this generation but this appears to be the Myles of Graythwaite who was father of ...
  ((i)) Anne Sandys (eldest dau, eventual sole heir)
  m. Thomas Sandys of Esthwaite Hall
  ((B)) Samuel Sandys
  ((2)) William Sandys (dsp)
  ((3)) Esther Sandys
  m. Rowland Phillipson of Rawling
  ((4)) Elizabeth Sandys
  m. Alan Gilpin of Lathwayte
(b)+ other issue - William (dp), Anne, Esther
  (ii) Christopher Sandys of Booth in Furness Fells
  (iii) Esther Sandys
  m1. John Sawrey of Plumpton
  m2. Thoams Rawlinson of Grathwayt
  m2. _ Curwen
  (B) David Sandys
  (5) Myles Sandys of Latimers or Latimer
  m1. Bridget Colt (dau of Robert Colt of Latimers)
  m2. Hester Clifton (dau of William Clifton of Brimpton or Barington)
  (6) Anthony Sandys of Esthwaite (d 1591)
  m. Anne Mann (dau/coheir of Robert Mann, brother of John of Bullinbrook in Lincolnshire)
  b. Sir William Sandis of Little Patensham, Surrey
  c. Robert Sandis of Filehead, Lancashire
d. Thomas Sandis
  The following is supported by Visitation (Sussex, 1530-1633-4, 'Sandes').
  (1) Julian Sandis
  m. Robert Fenrother (probably not Ffenwyd) of London
  (A) Etheldred Fenrother named Elizabeth by Visitation (Cumberland)
  m. Henry White of Christchurch
  (B) daughter
  m. _ Elderton
  (C) Julian Fenrother
m. Nicholas Tichborne of Tichborne (a 1553) named Richard by Visitation (Cumberland)
  e. John Sandis
  (1) James Sandis
  (A) James Sandes of Birmingham
  f. Oliver Sandis of Shire (Shere), Surrey
  m. Joane
  (1) Anne Sandis
  m1. _ Copton
  m2. (by 1502) Sir Richard Weston (b c1465, d 1541, Under-Treasurer)
  (2) Jane Sandis
  m. Robert Wintershull of Wintershull ## possible duplication here? ##
  (3) Amy Sandis
  m1. _ Bonner or Gomdes
  m2. _ Quilter or Guilter
  ii. Margaret Sandys shown by Visitation (Cumberland) as dau of William & Margaret Rawson
  m. Richard Bray (son of Edmund Bray)

Main source(s): BE1883 ('Sandys of Ombersley'), BLG1886 ('Sandys of Graythwaite and Esthwaite'), Visitation (Cumberland, 1619, 'Sandis') with some input/support from Visitation (Buckinghamshire, 1634, 'Sands of Latimer'), Visitation (Worcestershire, 1569, 'Sandys'), CountyGen (Kent, Berry, 1830, p41+) and as reported above
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