William Bandy1

#1241, b. 1 May 1763
ReferenceD0267-1763
FatherThomas Bandy1 b. 21 Dec 1740, d. Apr 1817
MotherElizabeth Philpott1 b. c 1740, d. Jul 1797
Chartsline of John (D0962) c 1715 in Herts & Beds
Baptism*1 May 1763 William Bandy was baptized on 1 May 1763 at Houghton Regis, BDF, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited28 Mar 2003

William Bandy1

#1319, b. c 1680
ReferenceD0825-1680
FatherRobert Bandy1 b. 19 Aug 1637
MotherMary Unknown1 b. c 1640
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*c 1680 William Bandy , son of Robert Bandy and Mary Unknown, was born c 1680.1 
(Witness) Will23 Jul 1691 William Bandy witnessed the will of Robert Bandy on 23 Jul 1691 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.2 
Marriage*12 Dec 1712  On Monday, 12 Dec 1712 William Bandy married Elizabeth Hilliard in Wootton, BDF, ENG.3 
Burial*7 Apr 1728 William Bandy was buried on 7 Apr 1728 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.3 

Family

Elizabeth Hilliard b. c 1685, d. a 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :implied by mention in father's will in 1691.
  2. [S40] Will 1691 Robert Bedfordshire County Record Office 1692/51 Canterbury Will Index 1708 Folio 43.
  3. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited5 May 2007

William Bandy1

#1329, b. 22 Jan 1715, d. Feb 1762
ReferenceD0186-1715
FatherWilliam Bandy1 b. c 1680
MotherElizabeth Hilliard1 b. c 1685, d. a 1728
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*22 Jan 1715 William Bandy was baptized on 22 Jan 1715 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
(Witness) Burial7 Apr 1728 He witnessed the burial of William Bandy on 7 Apr 1728 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
Marriage*14 Feb 1737  On Thursday, 14 Feb 1737 aged 22 William Bandy married Sarah Unknown in Wootton, BDF, ENG.2 
Occupation*1744  In 1744 William Bandy was a Shepherd.1 
(Witness) Burial7 Mar 1747 He witnessed the burial of Sarah Unknown on 7 Mar 1747 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
Marriage*25 Jul 1748  On Thursday, 25 Jul 1748 aged 33 William Bandy married Elizabeth Penwright in Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
(Witness) Burial2 Jan 1758 William Bandy witnessed the burial of Elizabeth Penwright on 2 Jan 1758 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
Marriage1 May 1758  On Monday, 1 May 1758 aged 43 William Bandy married Mary Key in Wootton, BDF, ENG.3 
Death*Feb 1762 William Bandy died at age 47 in Feb 1762. 
Burial*16 Feb 1762 He was buried on 16 Feb 1762 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 

Family 1

Sarah Unknown b. c 1715, d. Mar 1747
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Penwright b. c 1725, d. 1758
Children

Family 3

Mary Key b. c 1740
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :William and Sarah are parents in Wootton 1739-47. The conjecture is that it is this William. The marriage has not been found yet.
  3. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  4. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :IGI names mother as Elizabeth.
Last Edited17 Dec 2015

William Bandy1

#1339, b. 24 Feb 1744, d. 1745
ReferenceD0236-1744
FatherWilliam Bandy1 b. 22 Jan 1715, d. Feb 1762
MotherSarah Unknown1 b. c 1715, d. Mar 1747
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*24 Feb 1744 William Bandy was baptized on 24 Feb 1744 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
Death*1745 William Bandy died in 1745.2 
Burial*27 Jan 1745 He was buried on 27 Jan 1745 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture."
Last Edited15 Dec 2014

William Bandy1

#1351, b. 8 Aug 1752, d. 8 Aug 1752
ReferenceD0248-1752
FatherWilliam Bandy1 b. 22 Jan 1715, d. Feb 1762
MotherElizabeth Penwright1 b. c 1725, d. 1758
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*8 Aug 1752 William Bandy was baptized on 8 Aug 1752 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 
Death*8 Aug 1752 William Bandy died on 8 Aug 1752. 
Burial*9 Aug 1752 He was buried on 9 Aug 1752 at Wootton, BDF, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited22 Oct 2002

William Bandy1

#1360, b. 16 Apr 1775, d. Oct 1847
ReferenceD0286-1775
FatherThomas Bandy b. 12 Oct 1729, d. Apr 1807
MotherAnn Gibbert b. c 1738, d. May 1785
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. 
Birthc 1773 William Bandy , son of Thomas Bandy and Ann Gibbert, was born c 1773. 
Baptism*16 Apr 1775 William Bandy was baptized on 16 Apr 1775 at Padbury, BKM, ENG; Father given as Joseph.1 
Marriage*13 Dec 1794  On Saturday, 13 Dec 1794 aged 19 William Bandy married Elizabeth Wells in Padbury, BKM, ENG.1 
Related William Bandy was related and senior to Thomas Bandy an unknown place ; William was Thomas' grandfather.2 
Related William Bandy was related and senior to Jonathan Bandy an unknown place ; William was Jonathan's grandfather.2 
Criminal*1824  In 1824 William R. v Wm. Bandy, Padbury, Stealing a wooden tub, property of James Burgess Witnesses: James Burgess, Newman Harwood, constable of Padbury, John Petty Guilty - 14 days' hard labour. in Padbury BKM ENG.3 
(Witness) Burial18 Oct 1836 He witnessed the burial of Elizabeth Wells on 18 Oct 1836 at Padbury, BKM, ENG; age 86. The age of 86 seems questionable - perhaps 68 is right?1,4 
Criminal1 Jan 1839  On 1 Jan 1839 William in Padbury BKM ENG; age 66, was found not guilty of sheep stealing.2 
(Witness) Criminal1 Jan 1839  On 1 Jan 1839 William Bandy knew that Thomas Bandy 1839 Trial of Thomas, William & James Bandy of Padbury Bucks
"Joseph Bandy was a shepherd to Mr Horwood of Padbury. He noticed a sheep missing at nine in the morning, and found entrails etc in a ditch. He said "I'm quite sure it was my master's ewe." A search was made of William Bandy's house. Thomas and William were downstairs by the fire. James and others were upstairs. A search of the house was made and mutton was found in the coalhole, which fitted shoulder and skin previously found and now in the magistrates court. Thomas and Jonathan are grandsons to William Bandy. Ann and Elizabeth were in the house and in consequence of Ann's statement, pulled some mutton in a bag from the hedge next to the house. Elizabeth Bandy, daughter of William Bandy, saw them leave at nine the previous evening but saw them in bed next morning. Ann gave more information. "Thomas told me the mutton was safe in the hedge. Jonathan heard him tell me that but didn't make any remark." The judge said in consequence of an informality of the indictment, William Bandy was discharged. He called upon Jonathan to make his defence, but he made none. The verdict- not guilty. Thomas Bandy was found guilty and sentenced to 14 years transportation to Australia." He was held on the Fortitude Hulk At Chatham before transportation. His record shows good behaviour.
Bucks Advertiser 1st Jan 1839
Obtained by Frank Bandy and supplied by Ken Bandy in Padbury BKM ENG.5 
Census*6 Jun 1841 William Bandy appeared on the census of 6 Jun 1841 at Main st (c), Padbury, BKM, ENG; age 68, Ag Lab, with daughter Ann & grandchild.6 
Death*Oct 1847 William Bandy died at age 72 at Union Workhouse, Buckingham, BKM in Oct 1847 (age 75).1,7 
Burial*5 Oct 1847 He was buried on 5 Oct 1847 at Padbury, BKM, ENG.1 

Family

Elizabeth Wells b. c 1768, d. Oct 1836
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S38] Newspaper Cutting :Bucks Advertiser 1st Jan 1839.
  3. [S60] Buckinghamshire Record Office :criminal: a2a.org: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies: ref. QS/JC/6 - date:Buckinghamshire Quarter Sessions (Easter Session 1821 - Epiphany Session 1824) item: Epiphany Session 1824 [no ref. or date] Padbury 1824.00.00.
  4. [S15] Bucks Burial Index.
  5. [S38] Newspaper Cutting :Bucks Advertiser 1st Jan 1839.
  6. [S13] 1841 Census.
  7. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 6 239(B:69a) Dec Q 1847 Buckingham.
  8. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :from the criminal case of the grandsons.
Last Edited24 Jan 2016

William Bandy1

#1395, b. 27 May 1792
ReferenceD0311-1792
FatherJames Bandy1 b. 11 Sep 1768
MotherMary Lavender1 b. c 1768
Chartsline of Ralph (D0215) C 1740, Bedfordshire
Baptism*27 May 1792 William Bandy was baptized on 27 May 1792 at Cardington, BDF, ENG.1 
Criminal*25 Oct 1822  On 25 Oct 1822 William Gaol Record Detail For: William Bandy
Commital Year: 1822
Reference Doc: BLARS QGV11/1
ID in Reference Doc: 527
Age: 31
Height: 5 feet 9 inches
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Light Hazel
Complexion: Fair
Occupation: Labourer
Marital Status: Single
Gender: Male
Birth Town: Cardington
Birth County: Bedfordshire
Residence(town/village): Elstow
Residence(county): Bedfordshire
Offence: Refusing to give security in a case of Bastardy
Committed By: Rev.Dr.Moore
When Committed: 25/10/1822
Type of Gaol: Bedford, New House of Correction
Sentence: Until he shall find Sureties
Prison Work: Mill
Discharge Date: 14/01/1822
General Remarks on Prisoner: Good in Bedford BDF ENG.2 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S69] Public Web Site: "http://www.bedscc.gov.uk/archive Bedfordshire & Luton Archives and Records Service, Bedfordshire Gaol Register.
    "
Last Edited4 Jul 2006

William Bandy1

#1414, b. 8 Oct 1681
ReferenceD0155-1681
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. 28 Sep 1642, d. May 1708
MotherElizabeth Spendloe1 b. c 1650, d. Jan 1712
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. 
Baptism*8 Oct 1681 William Bandy was baptized on 8 Oct 1681 at Cranfield, BDF, ENG.2 
Marriage*12 May 1703  On Saturday, 12 May 1703 aged 21 William Bandy married Mary Norris in Astwood, BKM, ENG,of Cranfield.3 
Occupation*1706  In 1706 William Bandy was a shoemaker at Cranfield, BDF, ENG.4 
Bequest*1708 He was left in the will of John Bandy on 1708; Youngest Son, no details available.5 

Family

Mary Norris b. c 1685
Children

Citations

  1. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture" :mentioned in will as youngest son.
  2. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  3. [S12] Bucks Marriage Index.
  4. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  5. [S41] Will 1708 John of Cranfield Bedfordshire CRO 1708/43.
Last Edited16 Dec 2014

William Bandy

#1425, b. c 1796, d. 1809
FatherThomas Bandy b. c 1765, d. Mar 1844
MotherElizabeth Liddy b. c 1756, d. May 1839
Birth*c 1796 William Bandy , son of Thomas Bandy and Elizabeth Liddy, was born c 1796. 
Death*1809 William Bandy died in 1809. 
Burial*1809 He was buried in 1809 at Loughton, BKM, ENG; age 13, father's name not stated.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited16 Dec 2014

William Bandy1

#1449, b. 7 Aug 1808, d. Jun 1825
ReferenceD0355-1808
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. 10 Jul 1774
MotherSarah Hardin1 b. c 1775, d. Feb 1848
Chartsline of John (D0211) c 1751 in Caddington
Baptism*7 Aug 1808 William Bandy was baptized on 7 Aug 1808 at Caddington, BDF, ENG.1 
Death*Jun 1825 William Bandy died at age 16 at Brick Kilns, Caddington, BDF in Jun 1825. 
Burial*30 Jun 1825 He was buried on 30 Jun 1825 at Brick Kilns, Caddington, BDF, ENG; aged 17.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited17 Dec 2014

William Bandy

#1583, b. Jun 1910, d. Mar 1982
ReferenceD1607-1910
FatherWilliam Bandy b. 11 Sep 1878, d. 18 Sep 1920
MotherAmy Aplin b. 2 Dec 1880, d. Jun 1974
Chartsline of John (D0962) c 1715 in Herts & Beds
Birth*Jun 1910 William Bandy , son of William Bandy and Amy Aplin, was born in Jun 1910 at Chard, SOM, ENG.1 
(Witness) Census 19112 Apr 1911 William Bandy appearedin the household of William Bandy and Amy Aplin in the 1911 census at Silver St, at Chard; William, 32 is a machine hand.2 
Marriage*Jun 1934  On Jun 1934 William Bandy married Catherine H Harris in Chard, SOM, ENG.3 
1939 Register*29 Sep 1939  William Bandy is listed in the 1939 Register at 4 Western Villas Collins Road, Totnes, DEV, ENG, the entry contains William (05 May 1910 Male Salesman Boot & Shoe Bowhay Household) is away in Totnes working (?) while Catherine is at home in Chard.4 
Death*Mar 1982 William Bandy died at age 71 , Torbay, DEV in Mar 1982 (Born 5.5.1910.)5 

Family

Catherine H Harris b. 29 Sep 1913

Citations

  1. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :2/4 1910 Chard vol 5c page 383.
  2. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com 1911Beta ALICE (RG14PN14360 RG78PN865 RD308 SD3 ED2 SN271)."
  3. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :2/4 1934 Chard vol 5c page 772.
  4. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: RG101/6849G/019/41 Letter Code:.
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 21 2439(D:71).
Last Edited30 Jun 2016

William Bandy1

#1753, b. 30 Aug 1924, d. 6 Aug 2006
ReferenceD1934-1924
FatherGeorge Bandy2 b. 24 Sep 1877, d. Mar 1957
MotherJane Louisa Stevens b. 1 Oct 1882, d. 22 Mar 1941
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*30 Aug 1924 William Bandy , son of George Bandy and Jane Louisa Stevens, was born on Saturday, 30 Aug 1924 at Coton, Brixworth, NTH, ENG.1,3 
(Witness) 1939 Register29 Sep 1939 William Bandy appeared as 30 Aug 1924 Male Under Gardener at the same address as George Bandy and Jane Louisa Stevens in the 1939 Register at Matts Buildings, at Spratton; (1 closed) 24 Sep 1877 Male Farm Labourer & 23 Aug 1882 Female Housewife.4 
Milit-Beg*1942 William Bandy began military service in 1942 1942-7, Northamptonshire Regt.2 
Marriage*30 Mar 1945  On Friday, 30 Mar 1945 aged 20 William Bandy married Patricia Margaret Austin, daughter of Frederick Austin and Charlotte Attridge, in Edmonton, MDX, ENG.2,5 
Note*  Graham W Bandy reports: This is a transcript of the interview my dad gave for the BBC "people at war" thread.
"When war broke out in 1939 I was 15 years old. I was working at the LMS, that was the London Midland Scottish Railway, and I volunteered for the LDV, which stood for Local Defence Volunteer, later known as the Home Guard. LDV for us stood for “Look, Duck and Vanish”. We were attached to the Northamptonshire Regiment and known as the "Church and Chapel Brampton Home Guard" on the Spencer Estate near to Althorp. I spent 2 years in the Home Guard and then went into the army, the Infantry-The Northampton Regiment.

We spent 6 weeks primary training at Britannia Barracks at Norwich and then moved down to the old cavalry barracks, Nelson Barracks. There I was taught to drive Bren Gun Carriers, which carried 2 inch mortars. In 1943 we moved to the racecourse at Northampton, "No 2 Infantry training centre". I was then posted to Sloane Square in London, where we used a house for an office and were put into Chelsea Barracks overnight. I had met my future father in law in a pub at Wood Green one evening. That night we had the worst air raid over the Chelsea area that anyone could remember. I was asleep in the barracks by this time and no one could wake me, as my future father in law had dosed me up with whisky and beer. The next morning we were put on a train to Eastbourne, about 400 of us and we were the beginning of SHAEF (Supreme HQ, Allied Expeditionary Force). We had to prepare a hotel for an intake of 400 officers, American, British and Canadian. They were in training learning French, and German in preparation
for the invasion.

I was a Lance Corporal by then and I was put in charge of the American Bar. I was only allowed to sell 2 bottles of whisky a day. The Americans would have liked more. There were two old English die hard Colonels who said “ Can’t you save a little for after hours?” I said, “Yes sir.” They used to knock on the back door after I had thrown everyone else out and I used to let them in for their tipple. 12 months later I as posted to Northamptonshire Holding Barracks at Ramsgate. There we waited for 2 weeks. During this time a doodlebug came over. As the engine cut out I dropped down behind a wall. When I got back I found I was covered in dog muck. We were then sent to an old barracks behind Dover Castle. There we were in charge of German prisoners — 412 POW camp. It
was an outback camp at Ash near Canterbury, where 3 of us were in charge of 1500 German prisoners. They used to go out and work on the farms. They used to go out in the village at night. They were glad to be out of the war. The three of us had our own personal cook!"2 
Death*6 Aug 2006 William Bandy died at age 81 at Northampton General Hospital, Northampton, NTH on 6 Aug 2006.6 
Cremation*23 Aug 2006 His body was cremated at 1530hrs on 23 Aug 2006 at Three Counties Crematorium, Milton Malsor, Northampton, NTH, ENG.6 

Family

Patricia Margaret Austin b. 12 Apr 1925, d. 22 Dec 2000
Child

Citations

  1. [S54] Researcher: Graham W Bandy :his father.
  2. [S54] Researcher: Graham W Bandy.
  3. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3b 142(D:16) Dec Q.
  4. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: : RG101/6135C/002/39 Letter Code:.
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3a 1896(D:33A).
  6. [S54] Researcher: Graham W Bandy :His son.
Last Edited20 Dec 2014

William Bandy

#1871, b. c 1681
Birth*c 1681 William Bandy whose parents are unknown was born c 1681. 
Marriage*b 1702  On b 1702 William Bandy married Mary Unknown

Family

Mary Unknown b. c 1681
Child

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited25 Apr 2003

William Bandy

#1884, b. b 1660
ReferenceD0132-1659
Birth*b 1660 William Bandy whose parents are unknown was born b 1660. 
Marriage*12 Nov 1681  On Wednesday, 12 Nov 1681 William Bandy married Alice Carter, daughter of John Carter, in Hanslope, BKM, ENG.1,2 
Burial*19 Jul 1713 William Bandy was buried on 19 Jul 1713 at Hanslope, BKM, ENG.3 

Family

Alice Carter b. 28 Jul 1650

Citations

  1. [S12] Bucks Marriage Index.
  2. [S69] Public Web Site: "Marriage: BMI / SOG BU/R94 Hanslope 1681.11.12."
  3. [S69] Public Web Site: "Burial 1713: http://www.mkheritage.co.uk: entry in the Church Register for 1571 to 1732 of St. James The Great, Hanslope."
Last Edited11 Feb 2013

William Bandy1

#1939, b. 29 Feb 1756
ReferenceD0254-1756
FatherThomas Bandy1 b. 21 Feb 1724, d. Feb 1762
MotherAnn Bitchenor1 b. c 1725, d. 1791
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*29 Feb 1756 William Bandy was baptized on 29 Feb 1756 at Wootton, BDF, ENG; mother named as Mary (error?).1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited15 Dec 2014

William Bandy1

#1948, b. 7 Jun 1792, d. Oct 1856
ReferenceD0323-1798
FatherSam Bandy1 b. 26 Apr 1761, d. Jan 1838
MotherSarah Gibbons1 b. 1758, d. Apr 1832
Chartsline of Thomas (D0237) bef 1741 Bedfordshire
Birth*7 Jun 1792 William Bandy , son of Sam Bandy and Sarah Gibbons, was born on Thursday, 7 Jun 1792 at Maulden, BDF, ENG.1,2,3 
Baptism16 Jan 1798 William Bandy was baptized on 16 Jan 1798 at Maulden, BDF, ENG; age 5.5.1 
Marriage*30 Nov 1810  On Friday, 30 Nov 1810 aged 18 William Bandy married Jemima Sharpe in Maulden, BDF, ENG.4,5 
Name Variation1841  As of 1841, William Bandy was also known as Bendee. 
Census 1841*6 Jun 1841 He was and Jemima Sharpe were living in Silsoe Road Maulden BDF in the first national census in 1841, father and son William are both Carpenters.6 
Census 1851*30 Mar 1851 In the 1851 census William Bandy and Jemima Sharpe appeared: at 11 Silsoe Rd, Maulden, BDF, ENG. Father William is age 58 a carpenter.7 
Death*Oct 1856 William Bandy died at age 64 , Ampthill, BDF in Oct 1856.8 
Burial*23 Oct 1856 He was buried on 23 Oct 1856 at St Mary, Maulden, BDF, ENG; age 64.9 

Family

Jemima Sharpe b. c 1791, d. Jun 1864
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  3. [S51] Birth record :Birth: FmP: England & Wales Non-Conformist Births and Baptisms image checked TNA/RG/4/227.
  4. [S3] 1851 Census.
  5. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :Marriage: IGI Indexed.
  6. [S13] 1841 Census :Ancestry.co.uk image Bedfordshire > Maulden > District 10 > Page 10.
  7. [S3] 1851 Census :Index to Beds Census 1851 (SOG BE C/1-4).
  8. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3b 226(B:73a).
  9. [S92] National Burial Index at http://www.findmypast.com Burial: FmP:NBI.
  10. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :Baptism: IGI Indexed.
  11. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :Baptism: IGI Indexed, Burial: FmP:NBI, death: IGI.
  12. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI) :Baptism: IGI Indexed, Burial: FmP:NBI.
Last Edited18 Oct 2020

William Bandy

#1997, b. c 1753
Birth*c 1753 William Bandy whose parents are unknown was born c 1753. 
Marriage*5 May 1774  On Thursday, 5 May 1774 William Bandy married Elizabeth Richardson in Maulden, BDF, ENG.1 

Family

Elizabeth Richardson b. c 1753

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited25 Jun 2002

William Bandy1

#2008, b. 28 Feb 1730, d. Oct 1763
ReferenceD0218-1730
FatherThomas Bandy1 b. 4 May 1706
MotherSarah Hills1 b. c 1703
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Baptism*28 Feb 1730 William Bandy was baptized on 28 Feb 1730 at St Cuthbert, Bedford, BDF, ENG.1 
Occupation*1754  In 1754 William Bandy was a becomes apprentice to George Lawfoot Carpenter at Toddington, BDF, ENG.2 
Marriage*15 Apr 1759  On Sunday, 15 Apr 1759 aged 29 William Bandy married Ann Martin in Toddington, BDF, ENG.1,3 
Death*Oct 1763 William Bandy died at age 33 , Toddington, BDF in Oct 1763 (carpenter).1 
Burial*2 Oct 1763 He was buried on 2 Oct 1763 at Toddington, BDF, ENG.1 

Family

Ann Martin b. c 1730, d. Aug 1763
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
  2. [S106] Educational Records: "FmP: Record Transcription: Britain, Country Apprentices 1710-1808
    William
    Last name     Bandy
    Role     Apprentice
    Indenture or registration year     1754
    Indenture year     1754
    Premium     £9. 0s 0d
    Place     -
    County     -
    Apprentice's first name(s)     William
    Apprentice's last name     Bandy
    Master's first name(s)     George
    Master's last name     Lawfoot
    Master's occupation     Carpenter
    Master's place     Tudington
    Master's county     Bedfordshire
    The National Archives reference (IR 1 series)     19 f 192."
  3. [S11] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
Last Edited30 Sep 2020

William Bandy1

#2030, b. b 30 Jan 1738, d. b 31 Dec 1738
ReferenceD1582-1739
FatherJohn Bandy1 b. c 1715, d. Apr 1757
MotherAnn Unknown1 b. c 1715
Chartsline of John (D0962) c 1715 in Herts & Beds
Birth*b 30 Jan 1738 William Bandy , son of John Bandy and Ann Unknown, was born b 30 Jan 1738.1 
Death*b 31 Dec 1738 William Bandy died b 31 Dec 1738. 
Burial*1 Jan 1739 He was buried on 1 Jan 1739 at Kensworth, HRT, ENG.1 

Citations

  1. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy.
Last Edited20 Mar 2010

William Bandy

#2151, b. Mar 1879, d. Aug 1936
ReferenceD0672-1879
FatherGeorge Thomas Bandey b. 1833, d. 11 Feb 1889
MotherSarah Priscilla Elizabeth Mary Shields b. 1834, d. Feb 1898
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Name Variation  William Bandy was also known as William Bandey. 
Birth*Mar 1879 He , son of George Thomas Bandey and Sarah Priscilla Elizabeth Mary Shields, was born in Mar 1879 at Kensington, MDX, ENG; registered as BANDY.1 
Census*3 Apr 1881 William Bandy appeared on the census of 3 Apr 1881 at 7 Garden Row, Kensington, MDX, ENG; "BANDY" age 2.2 
(Witness) Census5 Apr 1891 He appeared as William is 13 on the census of 5 Apr 1891 in the household of Sarah Priscilla Elizabeth Mary Shields at 24 Denyer St, Chelsea, MDX, ENG; Sarah is a widowed Laundress, head age 56.3 
Census31 Mar 1901 William Bandy appeared on the census of 31 Mar 1901 at 24 Denyer St, Chelsea, MDX, ENG; single age 22, General Labourer, living with Bro. George.4 
Marriage*19 Dec 1906  On Wednesday, 19 Dec 1906 aged 27 William Bandy married Elizabeth Newns in Register Office, Chelsea, MDX, ENG,"BANDEY".5,6 
Census 1911*2 Apr 1911 William Bandy and Elizabeth Newns appeared in the 1911 census at 4 Cottage Place, Trevor Square, Knightsbridge, MDX, ENG. William is a labourer. Elizabeth declares that she has lost a child.7 
Milit-Beg*bt 29 Aug 1916 - 15 Feb 1919 William Bandy began military service bt 29 Aug 1916 - 15 Feb 1919 Enlisted Pte 85843 unit LDLC Labour Corps. Wounded 30 Nov 1917 Shrapnel back of left knee.8 
Death*Aug 1936 William Bandy died at age 57 , Chelsea, MDX in Aug 1936 ("BANDY").9 
Burial*22 Aug 1936 He was buried on 22 Aug 1936 at Brompton Cemetery, Kensington, MDX, ENG; listed as BANDEY.10 

Family

Elizabeth Newns b. 6 Apr 1888, d. Aug 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1A 195(C:1).
  2. [S5] 1881 Census CD :FHL Film 1341010 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0043 Folio 13 Page 20.
  3. [S8] 1891 Census :Ancestry.com Census Index 1891.
  4. [S50] 1901 Census :RG13 73 127 63 581.
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 873(D:11A).
  6. [S39] Information from Patricia Grieve Tree G-R Feb 2008.
  7. [S93] Findmypast.com: UK 1911 Census"Census 1911: Findmypast.com 1911Beta RG14PN430 RG78PN14 RD5 SD1 ED15 SN673."
  8. [S68] Ancestry.com :British Army Pension Records.
  9. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 326(D:21a).
  10. [S22] Cemetery records :Deceased Online:.
  11. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 1a 430(D:8A) Death: PJ: GRO 1a 246(D:2A).
  12. [S39] Information from Eva Johnson daughter via Genes Reunited & email Aug 2006: my parents were James Thomas Bandey born 14/09/1908 in Kensington and died 26/11/1971 in Fulham, and Rose Elizabeth nee Smith born 31/07/1912 and died feb 1992. My father had 2 brothers CHARLEY and JOHN known as Jack and a sister
    named Dolly? eve johnson [e-mail address].
  13. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :Birth: PJ: GRO 1a 137(D:9A) Death: PJ: GRO 15 1421(D:64).
  14. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 678(D:13).
  15. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 686(D:13a).
  16. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 611(D:14).
Last Edited31 Jul 2016