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Collis




William Collis,
mar 1stly, 1685, to Martha Mullins and had issue,
mar 2ndly, 1693, to Mary Cross,
had issue by 2nd mar:


  1. John Collis,
    mar Elizabeth Cooke and had issue:

    1. Rev. William Collis,
      mar Martha Cooke and had issue.
      Ancestors of Cooke-Collis.


  2. Rev. Thomas Collis,
    mar Avice Blennerhassett,
    had issue:

    1. Jane Collis,
      mar 1stly to Frederick Mullins,
      mar 2ndly to Rev. Arthur Herbert.

    2. Mary Collis, mar John Spring.
    3. Martha Collis, mar John Gun.


  3. Edward Collis, mar Ellen Hilliard and had issue:

    1. Thomas Noble Collis, had issue:

      1. Thomas Collis,
        of Barrow, near Tralee, Co.Kerry,
        mar Diana Denny,
        had issue:

        1. John Collis,
          of Barrow House, Co.Kerry,
          only son, NOT Thomas.


  4. Robert Collis, had issue:

    1. Thomas Collis, had issue:

      1. Stephen Edward Collis, born 1794,
        mar 1829 to Margaret Sandes,
        lived at Tieraclea, near Tarbert, Co.Kerry,
        had issue:


        1. Falkiner Sandes Collis-Sandes,
          born Falkiner Sandes Collis, 15 October 1844,
          bapt 12 November 1844 [Kilnaughtin CoI par records], parents' surnames are swapped in the register,
          inherited Oak Park, near Tralee, Co.Kerry, from his uncle 1879,
          adopted surname Collis-Sandes in 1879,
          had issue:

          1. Doris Collis-Sandes,
            mar Walter Leslie and had issue.





Tieraclea, near Tarbert, Co.Kerry

Tieraclea, near Tarbert, Co.Kerry.
On "The Steeple Road", the small road running S from the Protestant church.
On the same side road as Leslie Lodge.

  

Tieraclea, near Tarbert, Co.Kerry.
From 1887 to 1913 map.
See modern street view of entrance.


  

  

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