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My wife's ancestors - Sandle - Contents


Sandle of Suffolk

  

Location of St Edmund's church, N side of Assington, Suffolk.
From 1885 map.
See modern satellite view and street view from a distance.


  
John Sandle,
born 1732.
See entry in tree by Christine Booty.
He mar 1758 to Elizabeth Hogger [bapt 12 Nov 1732].
They lived Polstead, Suffolk.
John died Polstead, 11 July 1787, age 55 yrs [grave], think NOT 15 July.
He was bur St Edmund's church, N side of Assington, Suffolk.
Assington is just W of Polstead (see map with both of them). His son settled at Assington.
Elizabeth was bur 9 Sept 1792 at St Edmund's church, Assington, age 59 or 60 yrs.
John and Elizabeth had issue:


  1. James Sandle,
    born 1764, Suffolk.





Grave of John Sandle, Assington.
Photo by John Moore. From Gravestone Photographic Resource. See raw link. Non-commercial use allowed.
See other shot. Courtesy of June Byng.


  

Possible grave of Elizabeth Hogger

There is a grave with the Sandle graves at St Edmund's church, Assington, of:
Elizabeth, wife of John Sandle. She was born 1727, died 11 Sept 1794, age 67 yrs.
Possibly this is Elizabeth Hogger and the burial date above is wrong.

  

Elizabeth Sandle grave, Assington.
See full size. Courtesy of Christine Booty.



Elizabeth Sandle grave, Assington.
From Gravestone Photographic Resource. See raw link. Non-commercial use allowed.
See other shot. Courtesy of June Byng.



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