Aymer Holloway Sanderson

(September 1843 - September 1915)
     Aymer Holloway Sanderson was born in September 1843 in Banbury, Oxfordshire. He was the son of Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Holloway. Aymer was listed as the son of Mary Ann Holloway in the 1851 census in Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxfordshire.
     Aymer Holloway Sanderson and Mary Ann Holloway were recorded on the 1861 census in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Mary A Sanderson 53, widow, landed proprietor, born Epwell, Oxf; Aymor H Sanderson 17, unmarried, art. att'y clerk, born Banbury, Ann Holloway 81, mother, landed proprietor, born Milcomb, Oxf; Mary A Hern 35, unmarried, cousin, annuitant, born Reading, Berkshire, Elizabeth Bignell 52, visitor, fundholder; Hannah Gardner 47, Sarah Ingram 26, servants.
     Aymer Holloway Sanderson was recorded on the 1871 census in Dormer Villa, Leamington, Warwickshire. Aymor H Sanderson, 27, solicitor ... born Bunting, Oxfordshire, with 2 servants. His mother Mary Ann aged 63 was still living in Horse Fair, Banbury on income from land.
Aymer Holloway Sanderson married Mary Louisa Eden Hiron on 23 January 1884 in Tidmington, Shipston on Stour, Worcestershire.
     Aymer Holloway Sanderson was recorded on the 1891 census in Holdenhurst, Hampshire. Aymor H Sanderson 47, solicitor, born Banbury; his wife Mary Louisa Sanderson 57, son Aymor E Sanderson 5, born Leamington with 3 servants Ellis Burch 20, Mary A Gibbs 33, Fanny M A Guard 26.
     Aymer Holloway Sanderson was recorded on the 1901 census in 20 Margaret St, St Marylebone, London. Aymor H Sanderson 56, was living on his own means in a boarding house, born Banbury, with his wife Mary Louisa Sanderson, 36 born Shipston on Stour, Worcs.
     Aymer's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1915 in Christchurch, Hampshire.

Aymor Rich Sanderson

(12 February 1803 - 31 December 1843)
     Aymor Rich Sanderson was also known as Amor Rich in records. He was christened on 12 February 1803 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Helen Sanderson were recorded on the 1841 census in Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxfordshire. Aymor Sanderson, 35, physician, Elen Chambers, 25, independent, neither born in the county, with 2 servants.
Aymor Rich Sanderson married Mary Ann Holloway on 31 May 1842 in Banbury RD, Oxfordshire. Aymor Rich Sanderson added a codicil to his will on 4 March 1843 in Banbury. He mentions his brother Edward Sanderson, nephews William and Edward sons of his sister Ellen E.....
     Aymor Rich Sanderson made a will dated 4 March 1843 in Banbury, Oxfordshire. He mentions his wife Mary Ann, his sister Ellen Chambers and her two sons William & Edward, and his brothers Edward & Thomas and Benjamin Hopkins? (brother in law, Reverend). A codicil was added on 29 Aug 1843.
     Aymor died on 31 December 1843 in Banbury, Oxfordshire, aged 40. At the Vicarage, Banbury, in his 40th year, Amor Rich Sanderson, esq. M.D. whose extensive and accurate knowledge of the resources of medical science, combined with great sagacity and judgment in the application of them, eminently qualified him for the duties of a physician; and whose kindliness of temper, and unweared benevolence, rendered him no less valuable as a neighbour and a friend. He was buried in January 1844 in Oxfordshire.
     His will was proved on 24 January 1844 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Child of Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Holloway

Aymor Rich Sanderson

(December 1842 - March 1918)
     Aymor Rich Sanderson was also known as Amor in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1842 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Thomas Sanderson and Mary Ann Unknown.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Unknown were recorded on the 1851 census in Henry St, Sheffield Park, Sheffield. Mary Ann Sanderson, widow, 46, trunk maker, son Amos/Amor?, 8, daughter Catherine 6, all born at Sheffield, with a servant and a visitor.
The marriage of Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland was registered in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in the September 1860 quarter.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland were recorded on the 1861 census in Bridge Street, Belper, Derbyshire. Aymer R Sanderson, 22, head, clothier etc. with his wife Mary Ann E, 20, both born at Sheffield; daughter Bertha E Sanderson, 2 months, born Belper; with a visitor Harriet Hoyland, unmarried. 25, milliner, born Sheffield and a servant Samuel Holmes, 18, clothier's assistanty born Belper.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland were recorded on the 1871 census in 292 Langsett Rd, Nether Hallam, Yorkshire. Aymer Sanderson, 28, cab proprietor with his wife Mary Ann, 30, both born at Sheffield; children Charles A 8, Annie 4, Jessie 4, Emily 6 months; with Catherine Staniforth, sister married 26, dressmaker, Frank A Staniforth, nephew 1, all born at Sheffield.
Charles Aymer Sanderson's birth was registered in the Sep quarter of 1862 in the Sheffield district. He married inteh June quarter of 1885.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson were recorded on the 1881 census in 290 Langsett Rd, Nether Hallam, Yorkshire. Aymer Sanderson, 38, cab driver without his wife Mary Ann, born at Sheffield; children Annie 14, domestic servant, Jessie 12, Emily 10, John E 10, Thomas H 6, all scholars, Margaret H, 2; all born at Sheffield.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland were recorded on the 1891 census in Brightside Bierloww, Yorkshire. Aymor Sanderson 48, restaurant keeper; his wife Mary A E Sanderson 50, waitress, children Jessie Sanderson 22, waitress, John E Sanderson 18, sewing machine mechanic, Thomas H Sanderson 16, assistant in restaurant, Margaret H Sanderson 11, scholar, Dorothy K Staniforth 19, niece, waitress in restaurant, all born in Sheffield.
     Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland were recorded on the 1901 census in 61 Blonk? St, Brightside Bierlow, Yorkshire. Aymor Sanderson 58, head, restaurant keeper..., born his wife Mary A E, 60, coffee shop, daughter, Margaret H Nance, 21, Benjamin Nance, 22, son in law, railway spring ..; Mary Nixon, grand daughter,13, all born in Sheffield.
     Aymor's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1918 in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Child of Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland

Bertha E Sanderson

(February 1861 - )
     Bertha E Sanderson was born in February 1861 in Belper, Derbyshire. She was the daughter of Aymor Rich Sanderson and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hoyland. Bertha was listed as the daughter of Aymor Rich Sanderson in the 1861 census in Bridge Street, Belper, Derbyshire. Aymer R Sanderson, 22, head, clothier etc. with his wife Mary Ann E, 20, both born at Sheffield; daughter Bertha E Sanderson, 2 months, born Belper; with a visitor Harriet Hoyland, unmarried. 25, milliner, born Sheffield and a servant Samuel Holmes, 18, clothier's assistanty born Belper.

Caroline Eliza Sanderson (Moffatt)

(4 November 1841 - )
     Caroline Eliza Sanderson (Moffatt) was born on 4 November 1841 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley. Caroline Eliza Sanderson (Moffatt) was christened on 2 December 1841 in Wellingborough. She married her maternal cousin Alexander Charles Baddeley Moffatt.
     Caroline Eliza Sanderson (Moffatt) and Jane Sanderson were recorded on the 1861 census in Red G... Inn, Wellingborough. William Harding 64 & his wife Sarah 55, licenced victualler... Jane Sanderson, daughter, unmarried, 21, clergyman's daughter, Caroline Sanderson, 19, ditto, Thomas C Sanderson, son 14, scholar, all born Wellingborough with Hannah Major, 21 house servant. They would appear to be staying at the inn, enumerated as a separate family.

Catherine Sanderson

(12 February 1845 - )
     Catherine Sanderson was born on 12 February 1845 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Sanderson and Mary Ann Unknown. Catherine Sanderson was christened on 23 March 1845 in St Peter & St Paul, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Catherine daughter of Thomas Sanderson & Mary, cabinet maker.

Charles Sanderson

(22 January 1814 - )
     Charles Sanderson was christened on 22 January 1814 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Charles Morley Sanderson

(12 December 1830 - 12 August 1906)
     Charles Morley Sanderson was born on 12 December 1830 in Northamptonshire, England. He was the son of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Emily Baddeley.
     Charles Morley Sanderson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley in West End, Wellingborough. Charles, Ann and Thomas were listed as the children of Rev Thomas Sanderson in the 1851 census in Oxford St, Wellingborough. Charles was Government Solicitor in Calcutta and Secretary to the Bishop of Calcutta, India.
     Charles Morley Sanderson was recorded on the 1891 census in Lazonby Hall, Lazonby, Cumberland. He was aged 61, solicitor, born Wellingborough, a married visitor in the household of John D Maclean, aged 54, a retired Begal civilian.
     Charles died on 12 August 1906 aged 75.

Edward Sanderson

(20 August 1809 - )
     Edward Sanderson was christened on 20 August 1809 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.
     Edward Sanderson was mentioned in the will of Aymor Rich Sanderson dated 4 March 1843.

Edwin Sanderson

(17 May 1805 - 19 January 1844)
     Edwin Sanderson was christened on 17 May 1805 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. He was the son of Thomas Sanderson and Jane Sanderson.
     Edwin died on 19 January 1844 in Wollastan, Northamptonshire, aged 38. He was buried on 26 January 1844 in All Hallows, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. His memorial inscription states: In memory of Edwin Sanderson son of Thomas and Jane Sanderson and late surgeon of Wollaston died 19th January 1844 aged 38; along with, Also Jane Sanderson his wife died 29th August 1827 aged 31. Eliza Sanderson daughter of the above died 1st March 1823 aged 20. Sophia Sanderson died 3rd May 1827 aged 16.

Eliza Sanderson

(28 January 1803 - 11 March 1823)
     Eliza Sanderson was christened on 28 January 1803 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Sanderson and Jane Sanderson.
     Eliza was buried on 11 March 1823 in All Hallows, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Elizabeth Sanderson

(20 January 1628 - before 5 January 1691)
     Elizabeth Sanderson was christened on 20 January 1628 in Brancepeth, Durham. She was the daughter of Samuel Sanderson, Esq. of Hedley Hope, Durham, Keeper of Branspeth Castle for James I, by Barbara, daughter of Thomas Liddell, Esq. of Ravensworth Castle.
Elizabeth Sanderson married Rev Richard Frankland, son of John Frankland and Jane Unknown (Browne) (Frankland), on 11 October 1658 in Brancepeth, Durham.
     Elizabeth died before 5 January 1691. The Northowram register lists: Mrs Frankland of Rawthmel died at York a little before Christmas [the year is not obvious].. She was buried on 5 January 1691.
     Elizabeth Sanderson was mentioned in the will of Rev Richard Frankland dated 27 September 1698.

Children of Elizabeth Sanderson and Rev Richard Frankland

Elizabeth Sanderson

(12 June 1802 - )
     Elizabeth Sanderson was christened on 12 June 1802 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Elizabeth Sanderson

(8 December 1773 - )
     Elizabeth Sanderson was born on 8 December 1773 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich. Elizabeth Sanderson was christened on 6 January 1774 in Darfield.
Elizabeth Sanderson married John Bayldon on 4 January 1796 in Darfield, Yorkshire.

Children of Elizabeth Sanderson and John Bayldon

Emily Sanderson

(18 February 1836 - 1 December 1919)
      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. Emily Sanderson was born on 18 February 1836 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley. Emily Sanderson was christened on 16 March 1836 in Wellingborough.
     Emily Sanderson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley in West End, Wellingborough.
     Emily Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley were recorded on the 1871 census in 8 Priory Crescent, Southover, Sussex. Eliza Sanderson 64, widow, annuitant, born London, Mdx; Emily Sanderson 35, unmarried daughter, clergyman's daughter, born Welllingborough; Charlotte S F Sanderson, 9, grand daughter, scholar, born Calcutta, India; Tina L J Sanderson 7, ditto, Mary F Sanderson 5, ditto Harriett Giddings 22 Annie Long 22, housemaid & cook.
     Emily died on 1 December 1919 aged 83.

George Sanderson

(14 November 1806 - )
     George Sanderson was christened on 14 November 1806 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He went to America. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Helen Sanderson

(25 October 1810 - )
     Helen Sanderson was also known as Ellen in records. She was born on 25 October 1810 in Darfield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden. Helen Sanderson was christened on 13 June 1811 in Darfield.
Helen Sanderson married William Parkin Chambers in 1833 in Tankersley, Yorkshire.
     Helen Sanderson and Aymor Rich Sanderson were recorded on the 1841 census in Horse Fair, Banbury, Oxfordshire. Aymor Sanderson, 35, physician, Elen Chambers, 25, independent, neither born in the county, with 2 servants.
     Helen Sanderson was mentioned in the will of Aymor Rich Sanderson dated 4 March 1843.

Children of Helen Sanderson and William Parkin Chambers

James Sanderson

(9 November 1804 - )
     James Sanderson was christened on 9 November 1804 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

James Alexander Sanderson

(circa 1870 - )
     James Alexander Sanderson was born circa 1870.
James Alexander Sanderson married Margaret Ellen Colbert, daughter of Michael Colbert and Mary O'Grady, on 6 February 1902 in Methodist Manse, Morphett St, Adelaide, South Australia.

Children of James Alexander Sanderson and Margaret Ellen Colbert

James Robert Sanderson

(7 June 1902 - )
     James Robert Sanderson was commonly known as Jim. He was born on 7 June 1902 in Magill, South Australia. He was the son of James Alexander Sanderson and Margaret Ellen Colbert.

Jane Sanderson

(circa 1775 - 22 September 1827)
     Jane Sanderson was born circa 1775.
Jane Sanderson married Thomas Sanderson, son of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich, on 12 September 1799 in Darfield, Yorkshire. They were cousins and had 9 children.
     Jane died on 22 September 1827 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.

Children of Jane Sanderson and Thomas Sanderson

Jane Sanderson

(7 February 1840 - 4 January 1927)
     Jane Sanderson was also known as Janie in records. She was born on 7 February 1840 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley. Jane Sanderson was christened on 21 February 1840 in Wellingborough.
     Jane Sanderson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley in West End, Wellingborough.
     Jane Sanderson and Caroline Eliza Sanderson (Moffatt) were recorded on the 1861 census in Red G... Inn, Wellingborough. William Harding 64 & his wife Sarah 55, licenced victualler... Jane Sanderson, daughter, unmarried, 21, clergyman's daughter, Caroline Sanderson, 19, ditto, Thomas C Sanderson, son 14, scholar, all born Wellingborough with Hannah Major, 21 house servant. They would appear to be staying at the inn, enumerated as a separate family.
Jane Sanderson married George Hawkins on 6 September 1862 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
     Jane Sanderson and George Hawkins were recorded on the 1871 census in Argoss Lodge, Rotherfield, Sussex. George Hawkins, 55, retired railway manager, born Daventry, Northamptonshire; his wife Jane Hawkins 31, born Wellingborough, children Herbert S Hawkins 7, Sydny S Hawkins 5, Anny M Hawkins 4, Lionel C Hawkins 3, Janie B P Hawkins 1, all boron at Brighton, Sussex with a governess, nurse, cook & housemaid.
     Jane Sanderson was recorded on the 1891 census in 11 Olive Grove, Croydon, Surrey. Jane Hawkins, head, widow, 51, living on own means, born Wellingborough, her children, Herbert S, single, 27, civil engineer, born Brighton, Amy M, 24, born Hove, Ssx, Lionel C 23, clerk (printer), born Hove, R Spencer 16, student chemical, born Ramsgate; Eliza Sanderson, mother, widow, 84, living on own means, born Soho, London.
     Jane died after a long illness on 4 January 1927 in Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire, aged 86. She had spent time in New Zealand.

Children of Jane Sanderson and George Hawkins

John Sanderson

     John Sanderson married Chirstan (Kirsten or Christian) MacPherson on 5 August 1736 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland.

John Sanderson

(November 1732 - 12 June 1817)
     John Sanderson was born in November 1732 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He may be the John baptised 29 Dec 1732 at Darfield, son of Thomas; or even the John baptised 2 Jan 1731 son of Henry. He was mentioned in a deed dated 4 January 1768 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Jonas and his daughter Elizabeth sold land to John Holdsworth, mentioning John Sanderson of Upper Middop, yeoman.
     John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich obtained a marriage licence on 16 July 1769 in Cawthorne, YKS.
John Sanderson married Elizabeth Rich, daughter of Jonas Rich and Elizabeth Waring, on 20 July 1769 in All Saints, Cawthorne, Yorkshire. Married by licence. He was of Little Houghton and afterwards of Darfield. They had six children. The younger of those mentioned as children are more likely to be grand children.
John Sanderson witnessed William Wood and Martha Rich's wedding on 24 April 1783 in Cawthorne, YKS.
John Sanderson witnessed James Hargraves and Ann Rich's wedding on 21 April 1786 in Cawthorne, YKS.
     John resided at Little Houghton, Darfield, 1791. He was widowed before 12 May 1792 on the death of his wife Elizabeth Rich.
     John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich were mentioned in a deed dated 14 February 1793 in Cawthorne. 1. Conveyance. John Sanderson of Little Houghton and others to Joseph Schofield. A messuage etc. at Raw Green in Cawthorne and sittings at Cawthorn church for 25 pounds; and agreement to levy a fine. 2. is a schedule of deeds referred to in the indenture, including conveyance of 1775 made by Sanderson, Elizabeth his wife and Ann & Martha Rich (all three ladies being daughters and heirs of Jonas Rich of Daw Walls in Cawthorne).
     John died on 12 June 1817 in Wellingborough?, Northamptonshire, aged 84.

Children of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich

Child of John Sanderson

Rev John Sanderson

(7 August 1770? - 1835)
     Rev John Sanderson was born in July 1770. He was christened on 7 August 1770? In Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Sanderson and Elizabeth Rich. John was a clergyman. He went to Exeter College, Oxford; ordained 24 February 1793.
Rev John Sanderson married Elizabeth Marsden on 15 June 1797. She was his thrid cousin on his mother's side. They had 14 children. Rev John Sanderson was buried in the chancel, Tankersley.
     John died in 1835 in Tankersley, Yorkshire.

Children of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden

John Bayldon Sanderson

(14 December 1807 - )
     John Bayldon Sanderson was christened on 14 December 1807 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. He was the son of Thomas Sanderson and Jane Sanderson.
     John Bayldon Sanderson was recorded on the 1871 census in 2 Market St, Wellingborough. John B Sanderson 63, wine & spirit merchant, his wife Mary Sanderson 46, born Chelsea, Mdx; children Charles J Sanderson 12, Marion J Sanderson 5, both born Welllingborough & Marion Lewis 23 general servant.

John Horace Lyall Sanderson

(8 June 1904 - )
     John Horace Lyall Sanderson was born on 8 June 1904 in Kent Town, South Australia. He was the son of James Alexander Sanderson and Margaret Ellen Colbert.

John Rich Sanderson

(7 June 1798 - )
     John Rich Sanderson was christened on 7 June 1798 in Darfield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Margaret Sanderson

(25 July 1816 - )
     Margaret Sanderson was christened on 25 July 1816 in Tankersley, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Rev John Sanderson and Elizabeth Marsden.

Robert Edward Sanderson

(8 April 1828 - 24 October 1913)
     Robert Edward Sanderson was born on 8 April 1828 in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. He was the son of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Emily Baddeley. Robert Edward Sanderson was christened on 2 May 1828 in Wellingborough.
     Robert Edward Sanderson appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Rev Thomas Sanderson and Eliza Baddeley in West End, Wellingborough.
     Robert Edward Sanderson was recorded on the 1861 census in Milberg House, Seaford. Robert Edward Sanderson 33, clergyman of Church of England, without cure of souls... Oxford, employed as Private tutor, born Wellingborough; his wife, Dorinthea Phelps Sanderson 34 ....sons Robert Sanderson 5, Charles E Morley Sanderson 4, Herbert Elswoth Sanderson 2, all born Bradfield, Berkshire, daughter Dora Emily Sanderson 1, born Essex, Lexton?; Thomas Sanderson, father, married, 59, born Wellingborough & Eliza Sanderson, step-mother, married, 54, born London, Mdx, plus wife's sister & servants.
     Robert Edward Sanderson was recorded on the 1871 census in St Nicholas College, Lancing, Sussex. Robert E Sanderson head, 42, MA, schoolmaster, born Wellingborough, his wife Dorinthea Sanderson 44, born New Orleans, British Subject, chldren Robert Sanderson 15, Edward M Sanderson 14, Herbert E Sanderson 12, all born at Bradford, Berkshire, daughater Dora E Sanderson 11, born Seaford, Sussex, Lancelot Sanderson, 8, born Lancing, Ssx, Maud E 5, Mary 3 months, both also born at Lancing plus a newphew John Comber, 12, vistor, born Liverpool and staff..
     Robert Edward Sanderson was recorded on the 1891 census in 16 Holmsdale Gdns, Hastings, Sussex. Robert E Sanderson 62, clerk in Holy Orders, born Wellinborough; his wife Dorinthea P Sanderson 64, born New Orleans, Louisiana, children Sybil N Sanderson 20, born Lancing, Ssx, Herbert E Sanderson 32, Railway employee, born Bradfield, Berkshire, Mable A Sanderson, 24, daughter-in-law, born Calcutta, India and grandson Lancelott Sanderson 1, born Barrackpore, India. They also had 4 servants.
D.D. (Oxford) Headmaster Lancing College, Sussex, Canon Chichester Cathedral.
     Robert died on 24 October 1913 aged 85.