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Sandys, Charleslocked

(1786–1859)
  • Shirley Burgoyne Black

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Sandys, Charles (1786–1859), antiquary, born in Canterbury on 26 October 1786, was the second son of Edwin Humphrey Sandys, solicitor, of Canterbury, and his second wife, Helen, daughter of Edward, Lord Chick. Sandys became a solicitor in 1808, and practised in Canterbury until 1857. He married ...

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