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James Sandle

James Sandle,
born 1764, Suffolk.
He mar 16 Oct 1792, Polstead, to Susanna Death [or Susannah, "Susanna" on grave, born 1762].
They lived Assington, Suffolk.
Susanna died Assington, 20 Aug 1826, age 64 yrs.
She was bur 24 Aug 1826, St.Edmund's church, Assington, see grave.

James is listed as James Sandle senior, farmer, at Assington in 6 June 1841 census.
His will is dated 9 Aug 1841.
In the will he calls his son-in-law "James Ruffles" of Trimley. Later, when the will is proved, there is a note saying this should be John Ruffles.
He died Assington, 5 Aug 1842, age 78 yrs.
He was bur St Edmund's church, Assington, see grave.
His will was proved 28 Oct 1842.
The contents of the farm were auctioned off after his death.
James and Susanna had issue:

  1. Mary Sandle,
    bapt 19 Mar 1797, Assington,
    mar 1 July 1819, Assington, to James Chaplin and had issue.

  2. Susannah Sandle,
    or Susan,
    "Susannah" on her grave and on her son's grave,
    bapt 19 Oct 1800, Assington, Suffolk,
    mar pre-1828 to John Ruffles and had issue.

  3. James Sandle,
    born 1803 or 1804, Assington,
    listed as of Assington, Suffolk, at mar,
    mar 1828 to Rachel Ruffles [born 1801],
    they are listed at Assington in 1841 census, he is farmer,
    they are listed in 1851 census at Bridge House, Great Horkesley, Essex,
    had issue.

  4. Ann Sandle,
    bapt 28 Apr 1805, Assington,
    mar 14 Mar 1826, Assington, to James Beardwell and had issue.

The widowed James Sandle senior listed at Assington in 1841 census.
With him are a housekeeper and two of his Beardwell grandchildren.




Susannah Sandle, who mar John Ruffles.
Labelled on back as "Grandma Ruffles" by someone in the Wells family.
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James Sandle the younger and family listed at Assington in 1841 census.


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