Thomas Bandy1

#5066, b. c 1765, d. Aug 1837
ReferenceD3026-1765
Birth*c 1765 Thomas Bandy whose parents are unknown was born c 1765.1 
Marriage*b 1801  On b 1801 Thomas Bandy married Elizabeth Unknown.1 
(Witness) Burial5 Sep 1805 Thomas Bandywitnessed the burial of Elizabeth Unknown on 5 Sep 1805 at St Nicholas, Harpenden, HRT, ENG; "wife of Thomas."2 
Marriage*16 Nov 1812  On Monday, 16 Nov 1812 Thomas Bandy married Mary Bitchenoe in Harpenden, HRT, ENG,John alias crossed out. he marks both widows otp. This is the most likely pair of widows in the area with recent widowhood..3,4 
(Witness) Burial3 Feb 1837 Thomas Bandywitnessed the burial of Mary Bitchenoe on 3 Feb 1837 at St Nicholas, Harpenden, HRT, ENG; age 75.5 
Residence*16 Jul 1837  On 16 Jul 1837 Thomas lived at St Albans Union Workhouse, Wheathamstead, HRT, ENG, "born 1761" admitted 16Jul 1837, discharged 5 Aug 1837. Presumed to be this Thomas.6 
Death Reg*Aug 1837  His death was registered in the quarter ending the end of Aug 1837: Regd Sep Q.7 
Burial*6 Aug 1837 He was buried on 6 Aug 1837 at St Leonard, Sandridge, HRT, ENG; age 72, It seems likely that Thomas moved to live with his daughter. after the death of his second wife in Redbourn (6 miles walking/horseback.8 

Family 1

Elizabeth Unknown b. c 1779
Child

Family 2

Mary Bitchenoe b. c 1762

Citations

  1. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :Baptism of Sophia 1801.04.26 Harpenden.
  2. [S103] Burial Records :Burial: FmP: Hertfordshire Burials Image, Burial: FmP: NBI, image seen: FmP: Hertfordshire Burials Image.
  3. [S104] Online marriage record :Marriage: https://www.hertsdirect.org/ Hertfordshire Marriage Index (1538-1837) Harpenden 1812.11.16.
  4. [S104] Online marriage record :Marriage: FmP: Hertfordshire marriage images.
  5. [S103] Burial Records :Burial: GOONS MC Anni Berman (extra information) Harpenden 1837.02.03 also indexed BAUDY.
  6. [S112] Poor Law record :Hertfordshire Archives: Off Acc 1162 workhouse register 1835-1839 (page 39)
    Hertfordshire Archives: Off Acc 1162 workhouse register 1835-1839 (page 34).
  7. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :Death: GRO Ref: vi 275 St Albans 1837.09.00
    Death: PJ: GRO VI 275(B:69) St Albans 1837.09.00.
  8. [S92] National Burial Index at http://www.findmypast.com.
Last Edited19 Jan 2021

Thomas Bandy1

#5439, b. Mar 1912, d. Jun 1935
ReferenceD2468-1912
FatherAlbert George Bandy1 b. Dec 1877, d. Jun 1930
MotherElizabeth Turner1 b. 29 Dec 1875, d. 23 Jan 1940
Chartsline of John (D0962) c 1715 in Herts & Beds
line of Joseph (D1424) in Hertfordshire 1791
Birth*Mar 1912 Thomas Bandy , son of Albert George Bandy and Elizabeth Turner, was born in Mar 1912 at Willesden, MDX, ENG.1 
Death*Jun 1935 Thomas Bandy died at age 23 , Willesden, MDX in Jun 1935.2 

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 3a 559(D:13).
  2. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Death: PJ: GRO 3a 376(D:21a).
Last Edited23 Nov 2009

Thomas Bandy1

#5543, b. Mar 1913
ReferenceD2477-1913
MotherSarah Jane Bandey1,2 b. Mar 1884
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*Mar 1913 Thomas Bandy , son of Sarah Jane Bandey, was born in Mar 1913 at Islington, MDX, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 1b 625(D:13).
  2. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :I guess that this is her child because of location, name and subsequent marriage.
Last Edited18 Jun 2010

Thomas Bandy1

#5642, b. c 1703
ReferenceD2100-1703
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. c 1680
Motherunknown unknown1 b. c 1680
Birth*c 1703 Thomas Bandy , son of John Bandy and unknown unknown, was born c 1703.1 
Occupation*13 Sep 1717  In 1717 Thomas Bandy was a Apprenticed to John Stedman, Tinplate Worker. at London, MDX, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S95] The Original Record subscription website: www.theoriginalrecord.com: "Masters and Apprentices (1717)
    Apprenticeship indentures and clerks' articles were subject to a 6d or 12d per pound stamp duty: the registers of the payments usually give the master's trade, address, and occupation, and the apprentice's father's name and address, as well as details of the date and length of the apprenticeship. 1 January to 8 November 1717."
Last Edited9 May 2012

Thomas Bandy1

#5922, b. 28 Feb 1811
ReferenceD1395-1811
FatherThomas Bandy1 b. 19 Oct 1764
MotherSusannah Woodham1 b. c 1770
Birth*28 Feb 1811 Thomas Bandy , son of Thomas Bandy and Susannah Woodham, was born on Thursday, 28 Feb 1811 at Moors Alley, Shoreditch, MDX, ENG.1 
Baptism14 Apr 1811 Thomas Bandy was baptized on 14 Apr 1811 at St Leonard, Shoreditch, MDX, ENG; son of Thomas & Susannah.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy :Bap: Ancestry: All London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 results for Bandy. Image seen.
Last Edited30 Jul 2015

Thomas Bandy

#6377, b. c 1793
ReferenceD3317-1793
FatherPeter Bandy1 b. 8 Feb 1767
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*c 1793 Thomas Bandy , son of Peter Bandy, was born c 1793; Named as illigitimate in father Peters will of 1810.1 

Citations

  1. [S113] Will :Will of Peter BANDEY 25Jan1810: Genealogist imasge on file.
Last Edited2 Nov 2020

Thomas Bandy1

#6473, b. 21 Apr 1746
ReferenceD3351-1746
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. b 1727, d. b 1767
MotherAmy Watts1 b. b 1727
Birth*21 Apr 1746 Thomas Bandy , son of John Bandy and Amy Watts, was born on Thursday, 21 Apr 1746 at Wicken, NTH, ENG.1 
Baptism6 May 1746 Thomas Bandy was baptized on 6 May 1746 at Wicken, NTH, ENG; son of John & Amey.1 
Marriage*28 Mar 1796  On Monday, 28 Mar 1796 aged 49 Thomas Bandy married Ann Walton in Wicken, NTH, ENG,both otp, both Mark, banns 6 -20 March, witnesses Sussanah Walton & Henry Finall sign.2 
Probate1816 His estate was probated in 1816 at Wicken, NTH, ENG, entry mention somebody named CHIBNELL.3 
Burial*12 Mar 1816 Thomas Bandy was buried on 12 Mar 1816 at St John the Evengelist, Wicken, NTH, ENG; age 70.4 

Family

Ann Walton b. c 1750
Child

Citations

  1. [S107] Baptism Records :Ancestry: Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1532-1812 image seen.
  2. [S104] Online marriage record :Ancestry: All Northamptonshire, England, Marriages, 1754-1912, image seen & IGI private Wicken 1796.03.28.
  3. [S100] National Archives.
  4. [S103] Burial Records :Burial: NBI at http://www.findmypast.com Wicken 1816.03.12
    "Burial: FmP: Transcription: Northamptonshire Burials:ThomasLast name     BandyBirth year     1746Age     70Death year     1816Burial year     1816Burial date     12 Mar 1816Parish     St John the EvangelistPlace     WickenDenomination     AnglicanResidence     NTHCounty     NorthamptonshireCountry     EnglandRepository     Northamptonshire ArchivesEvent type     BurialBurial unique reference identifier     B0275Archive reference     364P/10"
    Burial; Ancestry: Northamptonshire, England, Burials, 1813-1912, image seen.
  5. [S107] Baptism Records :Baptism: IGI private Wicken 1796.02.26.
Last Edited26 Jan 2021

Thomas Bandy1

#6478, b. Feb 1796
ReferenceD3353-1796
FatherThomas Bandy1 b. 21 Apr 1746
MotherAnn Walton1 b. c 1750
Birth*Feb 1796 Thomas Bandy , son of Thomas Bandy and Ann Walton, was born in Feb 1796.1 
Baptism26 Feb 1796 Thomas Bandy was baptized on 26 Feb 1796 at Wicken, NTH, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S107] Baptism Records :Baptism: IGI private Wicken 1796.02.26.
Last Edited26 Jan 2021

Thomas Bandy1

#6484, b. 3 Mar 1719
ReferenceD3357-1717
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. c 1690
MotherElizabeth Goodinch1 b. c 1690
Birth*3 Mar 1719 Thomas Bandy , son of John Bandy and Elizabeth Goodinch, was born on Friday, 3 Mar 1719 at Wicken, NTH, ENG.1 
Baptism6 Mar 1719 Thomas Bandy was baptized on 6 Mar 1719 at Wicken, NTH, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S107] Baptism Records :Ancestry: Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1532-1812 image seen.
Last Edited26 Jan 2021

Thomas Albert Bandy1

#3923, b. 22 Feb 1905, d. Jan 1966
ReferenceD1982-1905
FatherWilliam Henry Bandy2 b. 12 May 1870, d. Mar 1947
MotherEleanor J Davison2 b. 11 Jun 1871, d. Dec 1950
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*22 Feb 1905 Thomas Albert Bandy , son of William Henry Bandy and Eleanor J Davison, was born on Wednesday, 22 Feb 1905 at Prescot, LAN, ENG.1,3 
(Witness) Census 19112 Apr 1911 Thomas Albert Bandy appearedin the household of William Henry Bandy and Eleanor J Davison in the 1911 census at Twiss Green, Newchurch, at Warrington; William is a General Labourer.2 
Marriage*Sep 1928  On Sep 1928 aged 23 Thomas Albert Bandy married Gladys M Parry in Leigh, LAN, ENG.4 
1939 Register*29 Sep 1939  Thomas Albert Bandy is listed in the 1939 Register with Gladys M Parry at 127 Bolton Old Road, Atherton, LAN, ENG, the entry contains 22 Feb ? Male Lorry Driver Asisstant Heavy Worker & Hart (Bandy) 24 Sep 1907 Female Piecer Cotton Mill. Living with JONES Elizabeth 31 May 1870 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties.3 
Death*Jan 1966 Thomas Albert Bandy died at age 60 , Leigh, LAN in Jan 1966 (age 60).5 
Cremation*25 Jan 1966 His body was cremated date of death 20 Jan 1966 on 25 Jan 1966 at Overdale Crematorium, Bolton, LAN, ENG.6 

Family

Gladys M Parry b. 24 Sep 1907
Child

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 8b 866(D:8).
  2. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com (RG14PN23202 RG78PN1356 RD460 SD2 ED11 SN116)."
  3. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: RG101/4701A/004/35 Letter Code:.
  4. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 8c 510(D.27).
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 10d 9(D:62a).
  6. [S22] Cemetery records :Deceased Online:.
  7. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 8a 344(D.24) death: PJ: GRO 8c 207(D:20).
Last Edited26 Jul 2016

Thomas Amos Bandy

Ancestry tree Thomas Bandy & friends Joc_Elsegood originally shared this on 16 Dec 2014, copied 26Mar2020
#2911, b. 7 Jun 1840, d. 11 Jul 1921
ReferenceD0735-1840
FatherThomas Bandy b. 19 Nov 1805, d. 1896
MotherSarah Parks b. 1814, d. 1881
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
BirthJun 1840 Thomas Amos Bandy , son of Thomas Bandy and Sarah Parks, was born in Jun 1840 at Newcastle upon Tyne, NBL, ENG
Baptism*7 Jun 1840 Thomas Amos Bandy was baptized on 7 Jun 1840 at St Andrew, Newcastle upon Tyne, NBL, ENG; from "The Barracks" son of Thomas (Corporal 98th Reg Infantry) and Sarah.1 
(Witness) Census 18416 Jun 1841 He appearedin the household of Sarah Parks in the 1841 census at Tingewick; Sarah and her son Thomas are living with her father & mother-in-law Thomas & Martha (Bandy) BULL. She describes herself as a "Soldier's wife" her husband Thomas is not present.2 
Marriage*4 Dec 1867  On Wednesday, 4 Dec 1867 aged 27 Thomas Amos Bandy married Martha Dora Mortimer in Gingin, WA, AUS
Residence*1901  In 1901 Thomas and Martha lived at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS, Thomas Amos Snr was a farmer.3 
Residence1906  In 1906 Thomas and Martha lived at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS.3 
Residence1916  In 1916 Thomas and Martha lived at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS.3 
Death*11 Jul 1921 Thomas Amos Bandy died at age 81 , Moora, WA on 11 Jul 1921 (date from burial record).4 
Note*  Thomas Amos' early childhood in England saw him attending the parish schools where his father was stationed attaining a good standard of education. After arriving in the Colony he attended the school set up by the Anglican Church in Freshwater Bay, and later at James Street School in Perth. Labour was scarce and, when he was 14, he had no difficulty in obtaining work at Shenton's Wool Stores in St George's Terrace. Very keen on farming, he grabbed the first opportunity to gain employment on a farm to gain first hand knowledge in running one. He soon got a job at Herne Hill on the property of William Locke Brockman who had taken up a large estate to carry on dairy farming. He also managed to grow 10 acres of good quality wheat for his own use. When his son (also Wlliam Locke) took over a large estate at Moondah, Thomas Amos went with him. Brockman concentrated on the breeding of beef cattle and horses as the land was not suitable for wheat growing. Thomas, who spent most of the time tending the stock was entralled by the beauty of the district and vowed that one day he would set himself up in this area.
A man named Daniel King, who leased large grazing estates in the Beermullah and Bedamanup districts, married Ann, the 19 year old daughter of Samuel and Martha Mortimer. Daniel built a house at the junction of the Moore River and Gingin Brook and when it was completed, took his bride there in 1862. However, in the floods of 1863, he was forced to evacuate the homestead which he had named (or misnamed?) Mt Pleasant. After this misfortune, he planned and had built a larger residence on higher ground and when it was completed in 1874 he moved in and used it as an hotel. Thomas Amos, who had married another of the Mortimer girls in 1867, was asked to manage the property for his brother in law Daniel and he, Martha, and their 4 children (George Albert, Louisa, Martha and baby William) moved to Mt Pleasant in 1874.
Martha was a woman of strong character who managed the household efficiently and brought up her 12 children firmly but kindly. Although a school was opened in Gingin in 1863 with Mrs Tyler as the official school mistress in charge, those children in the Moore River area had little or no chance of attending so the task feel to the parents, many of whom were semi-literate themselves.
Apart from the arduous farming duties, the couple also kept a well tended garden in which they planted a number of varieties of fruit trees.
Thomas Amos eventually left Mt Pleasant and took up market gardening in the East Perth area. The ground was swampy and water was easily acquired a few feet under the surface all the year round. It was hard work, but after a few years, (in 1882) he managed to save sufficient money to acquire the leasehold of the Warren Bush Inn on the Guildford Road a few miles south of Bullsbrook. Only a few stones and a white gum tree now mark the spot in a curve in the road where the old Inn once stood. In 18856, having saved sufficient money, he purchased land near Regan's Ford on the Moore River. This property he called "Woodbine" and it was here that he spent the rest of his days. At last his dream of owning his own land had come true. Both he and the eldest 2 sons, George Albert and William worked tirelessly making the mud and straw bricks for the walls and chimney and stacking them in rows so the sun could dry them. They were also fortunate in finding quite a quantity of good quality timber on the beach north of the mouth of the Moore River which they carted home for us eon the doorways, windows, rafters and shelving. The roof was made of iron recently imported from England and was the first iron-roofed home on the river. The building was erected by Hartley Bowen who was credited with many of the fine homes built in the area at that time.
After he built fences to contain the annoying Regna's pigs, Thomas Amos and his sons undertook contract work for many of the settlers in the district. His plan was to do as much contract work as possible, clear his own land when work was slack and carry out other necessary improvements. Martha was an expert gardener and by selling fruit and vegetables to travellers who used the ford across the river near Regan's property on their way to and from the city, a little more was added to their savings.
In 1889, George Albert left for Northampton as he believd there were better opportunities in that area for employment. However by this time his parents were well on their way to having paid off their property and as well, the younger children were able to help with the lighter work around the farm.
In 1891, a railway line was built by the Midland Railway Company from Midland to Gingin, so fewer travellers used the route via Regan's Ford. They chose instead the inland route and railed their stock and produce from the railhead at Gingin to the metropolitan markets.
The advent of the railway was most beneficial to the settlers in the Gingin district and the town itself prospered from the improvement in trading. In addition, the arrival in the city of miners on their way to the Goldfields led to a great demand for horses as well as foodstuffs. So all who were able to provide these necessities gained financially. It was quite a rewarding period for the Bandy family as Thomas Amos, who had gradually built up his herd of cattle during the previous years, acquired a good price for his stock. With the money earned he procured mroe land between Regan's Ford and Muchamulla and now had a considerable acreage to tend.
A Roads Board was set up in the Gingin district in 1893 but it was short lived. However, by 1898 it was again functioning in an ongoing manner. Plans were in motion to clear a raod from Regan's Ford to Mogumber fro driving stock to be railed to the Midland Markets. When funds were available, the contract was let to Thomas Amos who completed the work of marking, clearing and grubbing in 1904. In 1906 at the age of 66 years, he was elected by the River settlers to represent them as a member of the Gingin Roads Board. After a year of service however, he found the task of riding to and from his property to Gingin beyond his capabilities and did not seek re-election the following year.
Thomas Amos and his wife contributed considerably to the development of the River properties both on their own farm at "Woodbine" and others for whom they had done contract work. Failing health eventually forced Thomas to give up working away from his own farm, but he continued to potter about until his death on 21 July 1921. He was buried at the Gingin Cemetary. Before his death Martha put the property up for sale as she was unable to carry on the work on her own. It was purchased by Thomas Hobson in 1920. Martha remained in Gingin for a short period, but after her husband's death she moved to "Glen Valley" at Gillingarra with her sons Reuben and David. David and his family moved to Carnamah and farmed in that area and Robert left "Hill View" the property owned by his brother Thomas Bandy, and went to live with his twin brother Reuben at Glen Valley. 
Burial*21 Jul 1921 He was buried on 21 Jul 1921 at St Luke's, Cemetery, Gingin, WA, AUS; grave N126 denomination =N.5 

Family

Martha Dora Mortimer b. 6 Jul 1845, d. 21 Sep 1938
Children

Citations

  1. [S107] Baptism Records :FmP: Baptism: Northumberland Baptisms image seen.
  2. [S13] 1841 Census :Ancestry.co.uk HO107/44/29 Buckingham Tingewick 1 14 23.
  3. [S73] Electoral roll: "ancestry.com.au Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936."
  4. [S52] Death record :Death: FmP: Western Australia Death index Transcription Registration number 20 moora.
  5. [S103] Burial Records :Burial image seen "Australia, Queensland Cemetery Records, 1802-1990," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVBQ-P87R : 9 March 2015), Thomas Amos Bandy, 21 Jul 1921; citing Burial, Gin Gin, Western Australia, Australia, private collection of Jim and Alison Rogers, Bargara; FHL microfilm 1,238,898.
Last Edited10 Apr 2020

Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy

#2921, b. 29 Feb 1880, d. 24 Jul 1961
ReferenceD2448-1880
FatherThomas Amos Bandy b. 7 Jun 1840, d. 11 Jul 1921
MotherMartha Dora Mortimer b. 6 Jul 1845, d. 21 Sep 1938
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*29 Feb 1880 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy , son of Thomas Amos Bandy and Martha Dora Mortimer, was born on Sunday, 29 Feb 1880 at Gingin, WA, AUS.1 
(Witness) Residence1901  In 1901 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy lived with Thomas and Martha at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS, Thomas Amos Snr was a farmer.2 
(Witness) Residence1906  In 1906 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy lived with Thomas and Martha at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS.2 
Marriage*19 Jul 1915  On Monday, 19 Jul 1915 aged 35 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy married Anne Ellen Parsons in Wesley Church, Perth, WA, AUS.3 
(Witness) Residence1916  In 1916 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy lived with Thomas and Martha at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS.2 
(Witness) Residence1925  In 1925 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy lived with Martha at Moore River, Gingin, WA, AUS, Husband Thomas Amos is not listed as an elector from this point on. Sons David and Thomas Amos Jr are listed at this farm but their wives are nearby on what we assume is their own property..2 
(Witness) Residence1936  In 1936 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy lived with Martha at Gillingarra, WA, AUS, Martha Dora, The twins and Thomas Amos Jr are listed at Gingin, Thomas' wife Anne Ellen is listed at Hill View.2 
Death*24 Jul 1961 Thomas Amos (Jnr) Bandy died at age 81 at Rivervale, Perth, WA on 24 Jul 1961. 
Burial* He was buried at Karrakatta, Palmyra, WA, AUS; ANGLICAN ZS 0073 K0059709.4 
Note*  Thomas Amos (Junior) Bandy and his family owned a property called "Hillview". He died in 1961 at the age of 80. 

Family

Anne Ellen Parsons b. 10 Sep 1897, d. 26 Jun 1975
Children

Citations

  1. [S36] Researcher: Peter Bandy who provided most of the Australian data :imported GED.
  2. [S73] Electoral roll: "ancestry.com.au Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936."
  3. [S104] Online marriage record :Marriage: Marriage: FmP: Western Australia Marriage index Transcription 58 bride not named in this transcription.
  4. [S69] Public Web Site: "Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, Claremont, WA, AUS (www.mcb.wa.gov.au/)."
Last Edited3 Dec 2019

Thomas Elmer Bandy1

#6321, b. 22 Apr 1913
ReferenceD3240-1913
FatherGeorge Bandy1 b. 1 May 1872, d. 5 Dec 1946
MotherJanet Harvie McPherson1 b. 11 Nov 1877, d. 13 Mar 1948
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Canadian line founded by John (D0320) 1775
Birth*22 Apr 1913 Thomas Elmer Bandy , son of George Bandy and Janet Harvie McPherson, was born on Tuesday, 22 Apr 1913 at C ? Lot 77 Fort Stewart Mayo, Hastings, ON, CAN; son of George, Farmer married 25Sep1895 and Janet McPherson.1 
(Witness) Census 19211 Jun 1921 Thomas Elmer Bandy appeared as Elmer son age 8, Methodist in the household of George Bandy and Janet Harvie McPherson in the 1911 census at dwelling 81, Mayo, at Hastings East; George is 49, Farmer, own house,father born England Mother born ON Methodist. Janet is 43, Parent b: ON, Methodist. They have 11 children in the house.2 

Citations

  1. [S51] Birth record :Birth: Anc: Ontario, Canada Births, 1858-1913 image seen.
  2. [S97] 1921 Canada Census: "1921 Census Canada: Anc: Ancestry.com. 1921 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2013 dwelling 81, Mayo."
Last Edited21 Nov 2019

Thomas George Bandy1

#6155, b. 24 Aug 1878
ReferenceD2155-1878
MotherHarriett Goodman Bandy1 b. Sep 1859
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*24 Aug 1878 Thomas George Bandy was baptized on 24 Aug 1878 at Padbury, BKM, ENG; son of Harriet.1,2 
Birth RegSep 1878 Thomas George Bandy's birth was registered in at Buckingham, BKM, ENG, in the quarter ending at the end of Sep 1878.1 
Death RegSep 1878  His death was registered in the quarter ending the end of Sep 1878 at Buckingham, BKM, ENG.1 
Burial*5 Sep 1878 He was buried on 5 Sep 1878 at St Mary’s Church, Padbury, BKM, ENG; Infant.1,3 

Citations

  1. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :Birth: PJ: GRO 3A 618(C:1) Buckingham 1878.09.00
    Death: FreeBMD GRO Ref: 3a 376 Buckingham 1878.09.00.
  2. [S107] Baptism Records :Baptism: FmP: Buckinghamshire baptism index Transcription PR162/1/9.
  3. [S39] Information from Burial: Lesley Bandy D3063 extract of Padbury Parish Records 2009 Padbury 1878.09.05.
Last Edited15 Sep 2018

Thomas Henry Bandy1

#164, b. May 1839, d. Jan 1926
ReferenceD1266-1840
FatherWilliam Bandy2 b. 31 Jan 1813, d. Dec 1893
MotherMary Ann Ward2 b. c 1812, d. Jul 1889
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*May 1839 Thomas Henry Bandy , son of William Bandy and Mary Ann Ward, was born in May 1839 at Turweston, BKM, ENG.2,3 
Baptism12 May 1839 Thomas Henry Bandy was baptized on 12 May 1839 at Turweston, BKM, ENG.4 
Census6 Jun 1841 He appeared on the census of 6 Jun 1841 at William (2) house, Turweston, BKM, ENG; son age 2.5 
Census*30 Mar 1851 He appeared on the census of 30 Mar 1851 at Turweston 52, Turweston, BKM, ENG; son age 11.6 
Marriage*Jun 1862  On Jun 1862 aged 23 Thomas Henry Bandy married Eliza Knibbs in Brackley, NTH, ENG.7 
(Witness) Marriage16 Jun 1862 Thomas Henry Bandy witnessed the marriage of Edmund Summers and Jane Keturah Bandy on 16 Jun 1862 at Turweston, BKM, ENG.8,9 
Directory*1864 In 1864 a public directory listed Thomas Henry Bandy at Jacob's Well at Marsh Gibbon; Publican & saddler.10 
Census*2 Apr 1871 He and Eliza Knibbs appeared on the census of 2 Apr 1871 at Weymouth, DOR, ENG; head age 31, harness maker. The entry reads that his wife is Eliza born Banbury 1839.11 
(Witness) DeathApr 1878 Thomas Henry Bandy witnessed the Death of Eliza Knibbs in Apr 1878 at Weymouth, DOR, ENG; age 39.12 
Marriage*4 Apr 1879  On Friday, 4 Apr 1879 aged 39 Thomas Henry Bandy married Emily Moore in parish church, Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, DOR, ENG,Thomas is 39, a widow, harness maker son of William a farmer. Emily is 50 a widow HARFORD Nee MOORE, father Thomas MOORE, mariner deceased.
.1,13,14 
Occupation*1881  In 1881 Thomas Henry Bandy was a Harness Maker.1 
Census3 Apr 1881 He appeared on the census of 3 Apr 1881 at 16 Park St, Melcombe Regis, DOR, ENG.15 
Residence*1885  In 1885 Thomas lived at Park St, Melcombe Regis, DOR, ENG.16 
Census 1891*5 Apr 1891 He and Emily Moore appeared in the 1891 census at 23 Wesley St, Melcombe Regis, Weymouth, DOR, ENG. Thomas is an Insurance Agent.17 
(Witness) DeathSep 1892 Thomas Henry Bandy witnessed the Death of Emily Moore in Sep 1892 at Weymouth, DOR, ENG; age 64.18,19 
Marriage*Sep 1893  On Sep 1893 aged 54 Thomas Henry Bandy married Mary Ann Hannah Varlow in Weymouth, DOR, ENG.18,20 
Directory1895 In 1895 a public directory listed Thomas Henry Bandy at 11 Alma Rd Westham at Weymouth; Insurance Agent.21 
Directory1895 In 1895 a public directory listed Thomas Henry Bandy at Park St at Weymouth; Temperance Commercial Hotelier.21 
Residence1896  In 1896 Thomas lived at Park St, Melcombe Regis, DOR, ENG.22 
Census31 Mar 1901 He appeared on the census of 31 Mar 1901 at 7 North Street St Mary, Reading, BRK, ENG; head age 61, Insurance Agent Wesleyan.23 
Census 1911*2 Apr 1911 He and Mary Ann Hannah Varlow appeared in the 1911 census at 4 Newstead Rd, Weymouth, DOR, ENG.24 
Residence*1920  In 1920 Thomas and Mary lived at 2 Shirley Terrace, Weymouth, DOR, ENG.25 
Death*Jan 1926 Thomas Henry Bandy died at age 86 , Weymouth, DOR in Jan 1926 (age 86).26 
Burial*1 Feb 1926 He was buried on 1 Feb 1926 at Cem Chapel, Melcombe Regis, DOR, ENG; age 86.27 

Family 1

Eliza Knibbs b. c 1839, d. Apr 1878
Children

Family 2

Emily Moore b. c 1829, d. Sep 1892
Child

Family 3

Mary Ann Hannah Varlow b. 1866, d. Apr 1939
Children

Citations

  1. [S5] 1881 Census CD.
  2. [S3] 1851 Census.
  3. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO XV 227(A:79).
  4. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: (B:64A).
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: Census (B:96).
  6. [S3] 1851 Census :Turweston 257 52.
  7. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Marriage: GRO Ref: 3b 11.
  8. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: Parish Records PR 209/1/10(A2:12).
  9. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 3b 11 (Brackley).
  10. [S62] Published Directory :directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Post Office Directory of Buckinghamshire, 1864 Marsh Gibbon 1864.00.00.
  11. [S4] 1871 Census :Ancestry.com RG10/2000 Weymouth 2 44 42 252 image checked.
  12. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Death: PJ: GRO 5A 216(B:133a) Weymouth 1878.06.00.
  13. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Marriage: PJ: GRO 5A 543(B:88)) Weymouth.
  14. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy :Marriage: Ancestry: Dorset, England, Marriages and Banns, 1813-1921, image seen.
  15. [S5] 1881 Census CD :RG11/2105 f. 81.
  16. [S73] Electoral roll: "Electoral Roll: FmP: Electoral registers 1832-1932 Image Polling district or place: Melcombe Regis 1885.00.00."
  17. [S8] 1891 Census :Census 1891: Ancestry.com Census Index image checked.
  18. [S50] 1901 Census.
  19. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Death: PJ: GRO 5A 164(B:135a).
  20. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 5a 605.
  21. [S62] Published Directory :directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Kelly's Directory of Dorsetshire, 1895 Weymouth 1895.00.00.
  22. [S73] Electoral roll: "Electoral Roll: FmP: Electoral registers 1832-1932 Image Polling district or place: Melcombe Regis 1896.00.00."
  23. [S50] 1901 Census :RG13 1147 58 12 68.
  24. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com (RG14PN12359 RG78PN702 RD263 SD2 ED20 SN314)."
  25. [S73] Electoral roll: "Electoral Roll: FmP: Electoral registers 1832-1932 Image Polling district or place: Weymouth 1920.00.00."
  26. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 5a 360(D:5).
  27. [S92] National Burial Index at http://www.findmypast.com Burial: FmP: NBI.
  28. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy :Baptism: Ancestry: Northamptonshire, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912, image seen, Birth: GRO Ref: 3b 7 Brackley 1863.03.00
    Burial; Ancestry: Northamptonshire, England, Burials, 1813-1912, image seen, Death: PJ: GRO 3B 4(B:89A) Brackley 1863.03.00.
  29. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 5A 335(C:1) Weymouth 1878.06.00, Death: FreeBMD GRO Ref: 5a 203 Weymouth 1878.09.00, Death: PJ: GRO 5A 203(B:133a) Weymouth 1878.09.00.
  30. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 2c 245(D:7).
Last Edited15 Nov 2015

Thomas Horseman Bandy1

#1620, b. 5 Apr 1894, d. 1983
ReferenceD1126-1894
FatherWilliam Robert Bandy1 b. 14 Jan 1865, d. Sep 1941
MotherJessie Adelaide Smith1 b. 1866, d. 16 Nov 1938
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Note*  This man is a direct ancestor of a man who has y-DNA Pattern UK1 test results. 
Birth*5 Apr 1894 Thomas Horseman Bandy , son of William Robert Bandy and Jessie Adelaide Smith, was born on Thursday, 5 Apr 1894 at Forest Gate, ESS, ENG.1,2,3,4 
Census*31 Mar 1901 Thomas Horseman Bandy appeared on the census of 31 Mar 1901 at 7 Cobbold Rd Cann Hall, Leytonstone, ESS, ENG; son age 6.2 
(Witness) Census 19112 Apr 1911 He appeared as Thomas, 16 living with parents is a Clerk in a Frozen Meat Store in the household of William Robert Bandy and Jessie Adelaide Smith in the 1911 census at 43 Prince Regent Lane, at West Ham; William & Jessie are running a News, Tobacco, Confectionary shop.5 
Milit-Beg*c 1912 Thomas Horseman Bandy began military service c 1912 Navy No J12096 cat ref ADM 188/671. 
Marriage*1 Jan 1919  On Wednesday, 1 Jan 1919 aged 24 Thomas Horseman Bandy married Kate Elizabeth Jordan in ESS, ENG,son of William Robert marries daugter of Robert.6 
Marr RegMar 1919 The marriage of Thomas Horseman and Kate Elizabeth Jordan was registered in at West Ham, ESS, ENG, in the quarter ending at the end of Mar 1919.1,7 
Misc*1939 Thomas Horseman Bandy was in the Navy List as a Commissioned Gunner (seniority 1Jul1934) serving on HMS Suffolk in 1939.8 
Death*1983 Thomas Horseman Bandy died in 1983. 
Probate*1983 His estate was probated in 1983 at Auckland, Auckland, NZ.9 

Family

Kate Elizabeth Jordan b. 23 Dec 1898, d. 1963
Children

Citations

  1. [S9] Researcher: Ken Bandy including his extract and work on the GRO Indexes.
  2. [S50] 1901 Census.
  3. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 4a 180 (West Ham).
  4. [S69] Public Web Site: "http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ Registers of Seamen's Services."
  5. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Findmypast.com (RG14PN9517 RG78PN508 RD188 SD4 ED47 SN106)."
  6. [S104] Online marriage record :Geneanet: Genealogy Society Indexes: BANDY Thomas Horsman Father's name : BANDY William Robert
    Marriage 01/12/1919 Essex, England, United Kingdom
    Spouse Last Name JORDAN Kate Elizabeth Spouse's Father : JORDAN Robert.
  7. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 4a 417(D:17a).
  8. [S69] Public Web Site: "www.theoriginalrecord.com: Naval Officers (1939) The alphabetical list of officers on the Active List of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines (RM) gives: where serving; name (surname and initials); rank; and the dates of their seniority. This is the list from the March 1939 edition of the Navy List, corrected to 18 February 1939.
    BANDY."
  9. [S69] Public Web Site: "Archives New Zealand High Court Auckland, Department of Justice Akld."
Last Edited11 May 2020

Thomas Lavender Bandy1

#1393, b. 8 Apr 1804, d. Dec 1874
ReferenceD0340-1804
FatherJames Bandy1 b. 11 Sep 1768
MotherMary Lavender1 b. c 1772, d. Jun 1850
Chartsline of Ralph (D0215) C 1740, Bedfordshire
Baptism*8 Apr 1804 Thomas Lavender Bandy was baptized on 8 Apr 1804 at Elstow, BDF, ENG.1 
Marriage*7 Jan 1823  On Tuesday, 7 Jan 1823 aged 18 Thomas Lavender Bandy married Charlotte White in Bromham, BDF, ENG,as "JOHN" Lavender.2,3 
Census 1841*6 Jun 1841 Thomas Lavender Bandy was and Charlotte White were living in (ref 17) Elstow BDF in the first national census in 1841.4 
Census*30 Mar 1851 Thomas Lavender Bandy appeared on the census of 30 Mar 1851 at folio 17, Elstow, BDF, ENG; age 47.2 
Legal*23 Aug 1859 In a legal case on 23 Aug 1859 at BDF, ENG, A legal row with neighbours, not the first. image saved.5 
Census 1861*7 Apr 1861 He and Charlotte White appeared in the 1861 census at Sched 11, Elstow, BDF, ENG. Thomas is 55, a Dealer in Vegetables.6 
Note*1 Oct 1869  Thomas of Elstow (not clear if father or son) won 2nd prize of £1 for the best donkey at the Beds agricultural show. on 1 Oct 1869 at Bedford, BDF, ENG.7 
Census2 Apr 1871 Thomas Lavender Bandy appeared on the census of 2 Apr 1871 at Elstow, BDF, ENG; head age 66.8 
Death*Dec 1874 Thomas Lavender Bandy died at age 70 , Biggleswade, BDF in Dec 1874 (age 69).9 

Family

Charlotte White b. c 1803, d. Mar 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S3] 1851 Census.
  3. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  4. [S13] 1841 Census :Ancestry.co.uk HO107/6/8 Bedford Bedford and Cardington 7 11 17.
  5. [S38] Newspaper Cutting :News Report: BNA: Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Tuesday 23 August 1859.
  6. [S2] 1861 Census :Ancestry.com RG9/992 Bedford and Cardington 9 5 3 11.
  7. [S38] Newspaper Cutting :Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Saturday 02 October 1869.
  8. [S68] Ancestry.com :Ancestry.com Census Index 1871 Census.
  9. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 3b 247.
Last Edited29 Jul 2015

Thomas Leslie Bandy1

#4832, b. 9 Jan 1909, d. 1999
ReferenceD2400-1909
FatherArthur William Bandy1 b. 3 Nov 1880, d. Mar 1968
MotherMyfanwy Roberts1 b. 31 Dec 1886, d. Mar 1964
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*9 Jan 1909 Thomas Leslie Bandy , son of Arthur William Bandy and Myfanwy Roberts, was born on Saturday, 9 Jan 1909 at St Asaph, DEN, WLS.1,2 
Baptism21 Feb 1909 Thomas Leslie Bandy was baptized on 21 Feb 1909 at Cefn, FLN, WLS; son of Arthur William (coachman) & Fanny of Pantyronen.1,3,4 
(Witness) Census 19112 Apr 1911 He appearedin the household of Arthur William Bandy and Myfanwy Roberts in the 1911 census at New Cottages, Rhydmwyn, at Mold.5 
Education*9 Sep 1912 Thomas Leslie Bandy was educated on 9 Sep 1912 at New Houses, Rhydymwyn, FLN, WLS; b: 09 Jan 1909 admitted Rhydymwyn National School, no previous school, left district 4/10/20.6 
(Witness) 1939 Register29 Sep 1939 He appeared as 09 Jan 1909 Male Groom at the same address as Arthur William Bandy and Myfanwy Roberts in the 1939 Register at Ren-Y-Cae, at Aled; 03 Nov 1880 Male Stud Grocer & 31 Dec 1886 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties.7 
Marriage*Sep 1940  On Sep 1940 aged 31 Thomas Leslie Bandy married Dorothy Gwendoline Peaceful in Wellington, SAL, ENG.8 
Death*1999 Thomas Leslie Bandy died, Melton Mowbray, LEI in 1999 (Born 9.1.1909.)9 

Family

Dorothy Gwendoline Peaceful b. 28 Jan 1908, d. Jun 1968

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 11b 288(D:9).
  2. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Death Index PJ: GRO Post.6031/Reg.1C5/Ent.072/Dor.0699(A1:5a).
  3. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: Parish Records Page 48, No 384(B:33).
  4. [S107] Baptism Records :"Baptism: FmP: Denbighshire Baptisms image seen: Thomas LeslieLast name     BandyBirth year     1909Birth date     ? ? 1909Baptism year     1909Baptism date     21 Feb 1909Father's first name(s)     Arthur WilliamMother's first name(s)     FannyPlace     CefnCounty     DenbighshireCountry     WalesPage     48."
  5. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com (RG14PN33951 RG78PN1961 RD619 SD4 ED3 SN88)."
  6. [S106] Educational Records: "Education: FmP: National School Admission Registers & Log-books 1870-1914 Trans & image."
  7. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: Ref: RG101/7586H/007/25 Letter Code: ZKAH.
  8. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 6a 3175(D.29).
  9. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO Post.6031/Reg.1C5/Ent.072/Dor.0699(A1:5a).
Last Edited12 Feb 2021

Thomas Owen Bandy

#2966, b. 7 Aug 1900, d. 17 Aug 1970
ReferenceD3192-1900
FatherJoseph Bandy b. 1855, d. 19 Jun 1938
MotherElizabeth Williams b. 1861, d. 8 Oct 1941
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*7 Aug 1900 Thomas Owen Bandy , son of Joseph Bandy and Elizabeth Williams, was born on Tuesday, 7 Aug 1900 at Northampton, WA, AUS; Champion Bay, son of JosePH & elizabeth.1,2
 
(Witness) Residence1925  In 1925 Thomas Owen Bandy lived with Arthur and Lily at Hillcrest Farm, Hutt, WA, AUS, Arthur and his brother Thomas and their wives are farming at Hillcrest farm although Lily is registered at Binnu.3 
Marriage*17 Mar 1925  On Tuesday, 17 Mar 1925 aged 24 Thomas Owen Bandy married Dorothy Day in Geraldton, WA, AUS.4,5 
(Witness) Residence1936  In 1936 Thomas Owen Bandy lived with Arthur and Lily at Hillcrest Farm, Hutt, WA, AUS, It looks like Arthur and his wife and brothers Charles & his wife and Thomas along with Herbert's wife are living at the farm.3 
Milit-Beg*17 May 1942 Thomas Owen Bandy began military service on 17 May 1942 Service Record
Name BANDY, THOMAS OWEN
Service Australian Army
Service Number W72292
Date of Birth 7 Aug 1900
Place of Birth NORTHAMPTON, WA
Date of Enlistment 17 May 1942
Locality on Enlistment HUTT, WA
Place of Enlistment NORTHAMPTON, WA
Next of Kin BANDY, DOROTHY
Date of Discharge Unknown
Rank Private
Posting at Discharge VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS 7 GERALDTON BATTALION
WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display
Prisoner of War No.1 
Death*17 Aug 1970 Thomas Owen Bandy died at age 70 , Geraldton, WA on 17 Aug 1970.6,7 
Burial* He was buried at Northampton Cemetery, Northampton, WA, AUS.6 

Family

Dorothy Day b. 8 Mar 1902, d. 18 Mar 1999
Children

Citations

  1. [S69] Public Web Site: "Australia WW2 Nominal Roll http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/."
  2. [S51] Birth record :Birth:"Australia Births and Baptisms, 1792-1981," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XTHT-D9S : 11 December 2014), Thomas Owen Bandy, ; citing Western Australia, Australia; FHL microfilm 284,853.
  3. [S73] Electoral roll: "ancestry.com.au Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936."
  4. [S104] Online marriage record :Marriage: FmP: Western Australia Marriage index Transcription 10.
  5. [S69] Public Web Site: "Ancestry tree: UNSOURCED Dornauf family tree (John Dornauf) gives precise date."
  6. [S103] Burial Records :Burial: FmP: Australia Billion Graves Cemetery Index.
  7. [S52] Death record :Death: FmP: Western Australia Death index Transcription Registration number 107/70.
Last Edited31 Mar 2020

Thomas Peter George Bandy

#672, b. 5 Nov 1853, d. Jun 1921
ReferenceD0583-1853
FatherPeter Thomas George Bandy1 b. 5 Jan 1822, d. Sep 1862
MotherMartha Newton1 b. c 1825, d. 23 Jul 1892
Chartsline of William (D0523) in London c 1795
Birth*5 Nov 1853 Thomas Peter George Bandy , son of Peter Thomas George Bandy and Martha Newton, was born on Saturday, 5 Nov 1853 at 5 Causton Place,Causton Street St John the Evangelist, Westminster, MDX, ENG.2,1 
Baptism14 Jan 1855 Thomas Peter George Bandy was baptized on 14 Jan 1855 at Holy Trinity, Vauxhall Bridge Road, Westminster, MDX, ENG; born: 05 Nov 1853 of 14 Lower Garen Street, son of Thoms Peter George (Labr) & Martha.3 
(Witness) Census 18617 Apr 1861 He appearedin the household of Peter Thomas George Bandy and Martha Newton in the census at 5 Taylors Buildgs, Westminster, St John, at Westminster; Peter is listed as Thomas and a son John appears age 18, born before the marriage - but not seen again!4 
(Witness) Census 18712 Apr 1871  On 2 Apr 1871 Thomas Peter George Bandy appearedin the household of Martha Newton in this census at 8 Old Pye St, at Westminster; Martha is a widow with her son Thomas living with her, both describe themselves as "General Dealers."5 
Census*3 Apr 1881 Thomas Peter George Bandy appeared on the census of 3 Apr 1881 at 6 Gt Smith St, Readings Model Lodgings, St John Evangelist, Westminster, MDX, ENG; lodger age 30, Saddler.6 
Name Variation10 Apr 1882  As of 10 Apr 1882, Thomas Peter George Bandy was also known as Charles Peter George.7 
Marriage*10 Apr 1882  On Monday, 10 Apr 1882 aged 28 Thomas Peter George Bandy married Susan Willcox, daughter of William Willcox, in St Mary, Lambeth, SRY, ENG,Thomas gives his name as CHARLES Peter George and that of his father as THOMAS Peter George, Chimney Cleaner (decd). He makes his mark as a batchelor Chimney Cleaner age 28 of Melton Place, Susan, 21 of Pascall St.
I conclude that it is Thomas because his wife is Susan and both he and his father have occupations consistent with other sources. The GRO Index also has him as Thomas..8,9,10 
Census 1891*5 Apr 1891 Thomas Peter George Bandy and Susan Willcox appeared in the 1891 census at 18 Malmsey Place, Lambeth, SRY, ENG. Father Thomas P G is a Chimney Sweep.11 
Residence*bt 1892 - 1899  Bt 1892 - 1899 Thomas lived at 18 Malmsey Place, Kennington, Lambeth, SRY, ENG.12 
Directory*1895 In 1895 a public directory listed Thomas Peter George Bandy at 18 Malmsey Pl Vauxhall St at Lambeth; Chimney Sweeper.13 
Name Variation31 Mar 1901  As of 31 Mar 1901, Thomas Peter George Bandy was also known as Bandey.8 
Census31 Mar 1901 He appeared on the census of 31 Mar 1901 at 18 Malmsey Pl, Kennington, Lambeth, SRY, ENG; head age 48, Chimney Sweeper.14 
Census 1911*2 Apr 1911 He and Susan Willcox appeared in the 1911 census at 18 Malmsey Place, Lambeth, SRY, ENG. Thomas, 56 is a Chimney Cleaner. Wife Susan is a machinist. Son William,20, a "Nugget Polish" Makerand Rose, 16, at Visper works.15 
Directoryfr 1914 - 1915 In fr 1914 - 1915 a public directory listed Thomas Peter George Bandy at 67 Newburn St at Lambeth; Chimney Sweeper.16 
Death*Jun 1921 Thomas Peter George Bandy died at age 67 , Lambeth, SRY in Jun 1921 (age 68).17 

Family

Susan Willcox b. 18 Dec 1862, d. Mar 1947
Children

Citations

  1. [S14] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry :GRO Ref: 1a 236 B Cert 442.
  2. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry.
  3. [S107] Baptism Records :FmP: Westminster Baptisms Transcription image seen.
  4. [S2] 1861 Census :RG9 049 72 22 Image checked by DB 1837online.com.
  5. [S4] 1871 Census :Ancestry.com Census Index.
  6. [S5] 1881 Census CD :RG11/0112 f. 25.
  7. [S74] Guild of One-Name Studies researcher: "M Cert by Marion Harper Hopkins."
  8. [S50] 1901 Census.
  9. [S74] Guild of One-Name Studies researcher: "by Marion Harper Hopkins."
  10. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1D 654(B:88a) Lanbeth indexed as BANDEY.
  11. [S8] 1891 Census :Ancestry.com Census image checked.
  12. [S73] Electoral roll: "Electoral Roll: Ancestry: All London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965 image seen."
  13. [S62] Published Directory :directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Post Office London Directory, 1895. [Part 3: Commercial], directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Post Office London Directory, 1895. [Part 4: Trades]
  14. [S50] 1901 Census :RG13 409 13 18 109.
  15. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com 1911Beta RG14PN1983 RG78PN70 RD25 SD2 ED9 SN271."
  16. [S62] Published Directory :directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Post Office London Directory, 1914. [Part 4: Trades & Professional], directory entry: www.historicaldirectories.org Post Office London Directory, 1915. [Part 4: Trades]
  17. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1d 202(D:4A).
  18. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :Birth: freeBMD GRO Ref: 1d 409 Lambeth 1896.03.00, Death: PJ: GRO 1D 199(B:136) Lambeth 1896.06.00.
Last Edited25 Sep 2018