John Salisbury

     John Salisbury married Mary Bland, daughter of Richard Bland and Mary Pettit, in 1699 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Joan Sallatt

     Joan Sallatt married John Ryther (of Laleham) on 3 July 1569 in All Saints, Laleham, Middlesex, England.

Child of Joan Sallatt and John Ryther (of Laleham)

Elizabeth Sallett

     Elizabeth Sallett married Henry Ryther (of Laleham) on 9 October 1569 in All Saints, Laleham, Middlesex, England.

Children of Elizabeth Sallett and Henry Ryther (of Laleham)

Christey Salmon

(26 March 1797 - 28 May 1801)
     Christey Salmon was christened on 26 March 1797 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.
     Christey died on 28 May 1801 in Nottinghamshire aged 4.

George Salmon

(28 February 1794 - )
     George Salmon was christened on 28 February 1794 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.

John Salmon

(8 May 1785 - )
     John Salmon was christened on 8 May 1785 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.

John Robert Salmon

     John Robert Salmon married Alice Louisa Bullett, daughter of George Bullett and Eliza Gardner, on 26 September 1892 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk.
     John Robert Salmon and Alice Louisa Bullett were recorded on the 1901 census in 146 Hat..rins? Lane, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire. John Salmon 35, malters labourer, born Elsmwell, Sfk; his wife Alice 34, born Rougham, children Lilian y, Florence 6, Alice 3 John 1, all born at Burton.

Joseph Salmon

(29 August 1799 - )
     Joseph Salmon was christened on 29 August 1799 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.

Peter Salmon

(15 March 1789 - )
     Peter Salmon was christened on 15 March 1789 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.

Thomas Salmon

(19 January 1783 - before 1 February 1786)
     Thomas Salmon was christened on 19 January 1783 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.
     Thomas died before 1 February 1786 in Gamston, NTT. He was buried on 1 February 1786 in Gamston.

Thomas Salmon

(3 June 1787 - before 17 May 1788)
     Thomas Salmon was christened on 3 June 1787 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.
     Thomas died before 17 May 1788 in Gamston, NTT. He was buried on 17 May 1788 in Gamston.

William Salmon

     William Salmon married Elizabeth Stanser, daughter of Peter Stanser and Esther Gregory, on 14 December 1779 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire.
William Salmon witnessed William Simpson and Elizabeth Stanser's wedding on 30 May 1797 in Gamston, NTT.

Children of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser

William Salmon

(12 November 1780 - )
     William Salmon was christened on 12 November 1780 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Salmon and Elizabeth Stanser.

Elizabeth Ann Salt

(circa 1859 - 11 March 1941)
     Elizabeth Ann Salt was also known as Bessie Sanders Salt in records. She was born circa 1859 in Tamerton, Devon. She was the daughter of John Salt and Sabina Saunders.
Elizabeth Ann Salt married William Thomas Ruby, son of Thomas Ruby and Mary Ann Stanbury, on 25 March 1880 in St Paul, Devonport, Devon. They may be step-siblings.
     Elizabeth Ann Salt and William Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1881 census in Bere Ferrers, Devon. William Ruby aged 21, married, copper miner, born Bere Alstone, Bessie, aged 21, born Tamerton, wife, William John aged 5 months, son of William & Bessie; & his brother John Ruby, aged 24, Frederick aged 10, brother of William, born Bere Alstone; and Selina J Salt, visitor, unmarried aged 16, born Tamerton.
     Elizabeth Ann Salt and William Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1891 census in 8 High Cross, Beer Alston, Beer Ferris, Devon. William Thomas Ruby, head, 32, copper miner (emploee), born Beer Alston, his wife Bessie aged 32, born Tamerton, and thier children William John aged 10, scholar, Nelly B aged 9, scholar, Laura S aged 7 scholar and Samuel E aged 4, Edith L aged 1 month,all born at Beer Alston and his brother Frederick, single aged 20, general labourer, born Beer Alston.
     Elizabeth Ann Salt and William Thomas Ruby were recorded on the 1901 census in Fore St, Bere Ferrers, Devon. William Ruby, aged 41, born Tamerton, copper miner of Bere Ferrers; Bessie Ruby, aged 41, born Tamerton; Blanch Ruby, aged 19, born Tamerton, general domestic; Laura Ruby, aged 17, tailoress, born Tamerton; Samuel Ruby aged 14, born Bere Ferrers/Alston; Edith Ruby aged 10, born Bere Alston; Ida Ruby aged 7 born Bere Alston; Jeannette Ruby, aged 4, born Bere Alston.
     Elizabeth died on 11 March 1941 in Bere Alston, Devon.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 14 July 1941 at Llandudno, Wales. Elizabeth Ann Ruby, of 9 Edgecumbe-terrace, Bere Alston, Devon, widow, died 11 arch 1941. Admininstration granted to Nelly Spry (wife of Samuel Alfred Spry) and Laura Sanders Toll (wife of John Marchant Toll). Effects £208/14/7.

Children of Elizabeth Ann Salt and William Thomas Ruby

John Salt

     John Salt married Sabina Saunders on 1 December 1858 in Stoke Damerel, Devon. Sabina Sanders 21 & John Salt 24.

Child of John Salt and Sabina Saunders

William Salter

     William Salter married Mary Ruby, daughter of William Ruby and Mary Hamlyn, on 13 November 1748 in Widecombe, Devon. He was of Ashburton.

Unknown Samin

(say 1920 - )
     Unknown Samin was born say 1920.

Maria Sampey

(circa 1790 - before 1 April 1853)
     Maria Sampey was born circa 1790 in Honiton?, Nottinghamshire, England.
Maria Sampey married David Bowker, son of James Bowker and Mary Roades, on 16 January 1819 in St Peter, Farndon, Nottinghamshire.
     Maria Sampey was mentioned in the will of James Bowker dated 10 June 1828.
     Maria Sampey and David Bowker were recorded on the 1841 census in Ryhall, Rutland. David 54, independent, Maria 50, Mary 17, Maria 15, only the latter born in the county.
     Maria Sampey and David Bowker were recorded on the 1851 census in Ryhall, Rutland. David Bowker, aged 68, fundholder, born Stamford, Lincs; Maria his wife aged 58, born Honiton?, Notts, Mary, daughter aged 28, born Cliff, Maria daughter aged 25, born Ryhall with a general servant.
     Maria died before 1 April 1853 in Stamford, Lincolnshire/Northamptonshire.

Children of Maria Sampey and David Bowker

Alice Adelaide Sampson

(circa 1897 - )
     Alice Adelaide Sampson was born circa 1897.
Alice Adelaide Sampson married John Sylvester Colbert, son of Thomas Colbert and Amelia Caroline Lowe, on 26 February 1912 in the Methodist Parsonage, Cummins, South Australia.

Sarah Sampson

(circa 1710 - )
     Sarah Sampson was born circa 1710.
     Sarah Sampson married Robert Popplewell as his second wife, on 13 January 1731/32 in Grove, Nottinghamshire, England. Although a death for his first wife Ann hasn't been located, this is a possibility considering the locations..

Rebecca Samson

     Rebecca Samson married Duncan Colin MacGregor, son of Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor and Isabella Smith, in 1923 in Victoria.

Olive Sanders

     Olive Sanders married Harry Putland, son of Henry Putland and Sarah French, on 21 January 1787 in Willingdon.

Child of Olive Sanders and Harry Putland

Phoebe Sanders

( - 1971)
     Phoebe Sanders married Joseph Harold Stancer, son of Joseph Stancer and Harriett Pickaver, in 1915 in Stamford RD.
     Phoebe died in 1971 in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire.

Alfred Sanderson

(18 May 1804 - 17 February 1829)
     Alfred Sanderson was christened on 18 May 1804 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. He was the son of Thomas Sanderson and Jane Sanderson.
     Alfred died on 17 February 1829 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, aged 24. Alfred Sanderson died 17th February 1829 in his 25th year. He was buried on 26 February 1829 in All Hallows, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Ann Sanderson

(20 September 1812 - )
     Ann Sanderson was christened on 20 September 1812 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Ann Sanderson

(25 June 1779 - )
     Ann Sanderson was christened on 25 June 1779 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich.

Ann Baddeley Sanderson

(2 September 1843 - 28 March 1917)
      Jacqueline Williams wrote about family marriages and business ties between Sanderson & McCorquodale:
McCorquodale Printing Works in Lancashire founded by George McCorquodale to do railway printing. It became a hugely successful and profitable business.
In 1871 Emily Sanderson (b. 1836) married George McCorquodale. His first wife had died in 1870. The couple married at Southover Church in Lewes with her brother Rev Dr Robert Sanderson officiating. George and Emily McCorquodale had two children: a daughter Edith Emily (b. 1872) and a son Hugh Stewart (b. 1874). The daughter married and had no children. Hugh Stewart was a contemporary of Winston Churchill at Harrow and then went to Cambridge. Hugh joined up for the S African War in Dec 1899 and was killed at Spion Kop on 24 Jan 1900. Churchill at time was in S. Africa and mentioned him in his dispatches that were published in the press back home.
Lionel Comber Hawkins (b. 1868), son of Jane Sanderson and George Hawkins, on his return from S Africa went to work for the McCorquodale Printing business and became a director.
James Comber Sanderson (b. Aug 1908), son of Bernard Comber Sanderson (b. 1881) and grandson of Thomas Comber Sanderson (b. 1846) [TCS was the youngest son of Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley], worked for McCorquodale Colour Display Ltd in the 1950s.
Sanderson-Comber: Three generations of Sandersons married into the same branch of the Comber family. The Combers had roots in the Church; in the 19th century they were successful Liverpool merchants.
In 1866, Annie Baddeley Sanderson (b. 1843) married Thomas (b. 1837), eldest son of Edward Comber of Myddleton Hall in Lancs. Edward Comber’s mother was Sarah Sanderson (b. 1777), younger sister of Thomas Sanderson (b. 1772) and aunt of Rev Thomas Sanderson (b. 1801) .
Dorinthea Oldham married to Robert Edward Sanderson (b. 1828), eldest son of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Emily Baddeley, was linked through marriage to the Combers. Her elder sister Eleanor Oldham (b.1819) married Edward Comber (b. 1810) of Myddleton Hall and their son Thomas Comber (b. 1837) married Dorothea’s niece Annie Baddeley Sanderson (as above).
McCorquodale: this is the same family mentioned in connection with the late Diana Princess of Wales. Her stepmother Raine, Countess Spencer is a great-granddaughter of George McCorquodale. Diana’s sister Lady Sarah Spencer is married to a great-great grandson of George McCorquodale. Ann Baddeley Sanderson was also known as Annie in records. She was born on 2 September 1843 in Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley. Ann Baddeley Sanderson was christened on 15 October 1843 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Charles, Ann and Thomas were listed as the children of Rev Thomas Sanderson in the 1851 census in Oxford St, Wellingborough.
     Ann died on 28 March 1917 aged 73.

Ann Elizabeth Sanderson

(15 March 1838 - 11 March 1839)
     Ann Elizabeth Sanderson was born on 15 March 1838 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley. Ann Elizabeth Sanderson was christened on 14 April 1838 in Wellingborough.
     Ann died on 11 March 1839 in West End, Wellingborough. She was buried on 14 March 1839 in All Hallows, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Ann Favel Sanderson

(26 September 1806 - )
     Ann Favel Sanderson was christened on 26 September 1806 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Sanderson and Jane Sanderson.