Chancey Sandys, of Smith's Tribe, Bermuda

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Chauncey Sandys

Birthplace: Edgcote, Northamptonshire , England
Death: after June 23, 1674
Immediate Family:

Son of Henry Sandys, Esq., of Culworth and Priscilla Sandys
Brother of Edwin Sandys

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About Chancey Sandys, of Smith's Tribe, Bermuda

Edwin Sandys' will shows that he had a brother Chauncey living in the Bermudas.

  • Cambridge Alumni database
    • Sandys, Chauncy Adm. pens. (age 15) at SIDNEY, 27 Jul., 1621. S. of Henry, of Culworth, Northamptonshire, gent., deceased (and Priscilla, dau. of Sir Toby Chauncy, of Edgcote [ Northamptonshire]). B. at Edgcote, Northamptonshire. Schools, Edgcote [ Northamptonshire] and Ashby [ Northamptonshire???]. Matric. 1621 .
  • The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 43 Registration of Pedigrees
  • Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century: Genealogical Notes from Bermuda  By Julia E. Mercer. Page 169
  • Bermuda's History from 1500 to 1699
    • "1613. The ancient record says: ‘’The first tribe to the Eastward was then called Bedford Tribe, now Hamilton's [i.e. Hamilton Tribe or Parish, not the City of Hamilton]; the second, Smith’s Tribe; the third, Cavendish, now Devonshire; the fourth, Pembrook's; the fifth, Paget's; the sixth, Mansils, now Warwick's; the seventh, Southampton; the eighth, Sandys.’ The persons whose names have been perpetuated were: James Hamilton, second Marquis of Hamilton; Sir Tomas Smith or Smythe; William Cavendish, first Earl of Devonshire; William Herbert, third Earl of Pembroke; William Paget, fourth Lord Paget; Robert Rich, second Earl of Warwick; Henry Wriothesley (pronounced ‘Rocksley’) third Earl of Southampton; and lastly (the farthest west) – Sir Edwin Sandys.’"
      • The Lovelace Family and Its Connections: Sandys of Furnace Fells, Lancashire (Continued). J. Hall Pleasants. The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Vol. 29, No. 2 (Apr., 1921) , pp. 227-243. Page 237. Sir Edwin Sandys joined the Somers Island or Bermudas Company, June 29, 1615.
  • Witchcraft in Bermuda
    • Court 3 & 4th May 1653 at St George's: ... Mr Chauncey Sandis ...
  • Memorials of the Discovery and Early Settlement of the Bermudas Or ..., Volume 2 By Sir John Henry Lefroy
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Chancey Sandys, of Smith's Tribe, Bermuda's Timeline

Edgcote, Northamptonshire , England
June 23, 1674
Age 68