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147 entries for Sancho in The Daily Chronicle, 1881-1897

147 entries for Sancho in The Daily Chronicle, 1881-1897
 I also encountered 147 entries with the name Sancho and accounts of other known relatives of Sancho, including Magistrate's and Supreme Court cases at Belfield, Vigilance, Sparendaam and Georgetown published in The Daily Chronicle, 1881-1897.   They include Lammy T. Sancho, Allick Sancho, Christy Sancho, Charles Sancho, Bentinck Sancho, Sarah Sancho, Robert J. Sancho (probably Robert Johnston Sancho or Robert Johnson Sancho c.1904), Swanson B. Sancho, Ann Sancho, Bourne Sancho, George Sancho, Gilbert Sancho, Joseph Sancho, Mars Sancho, Dada Sancho, Benjamin Sandy, Mary Sandy, M. Sandy, Mrs. Elliott, Tappin Elliott, Thomas Elliott, were all residents and/or were associated of Golden Grove and Nabaclis.
David Sancho, Margaret Sancho (died July 18, 1895, a daughter of Susan Peters), Susan Peters, Charlotte Sancho (formerly Charlotte Adams), and William Sancho were residents of the villages of Buxton and Friendship; Sancho (Goedverwagting), Ghowrie Sancho, Emily Callighan,  Mary Callighan, and William Callighan (butcher, and Constable, Rural Constabulary) of Victoria Village; Sancho Adams (Ann's Grove),  and Princess Sanco (perhaps Princess Sancho of Clonbrook); were also residents in the communities on the East Coast of Demerara.
 Cornelius Sancho, Elizabeth Sancho, Emanuel Sancho, Frederick Sancho, James Sancho, John Sancho, and Manoel Sancho were connected to Georgetown.
William Frederick Sancho (Plantation Rose Hall, Canje),  Andrew Sancho (Berbice),  Dat Sancho and Sarah Sancho of Fyrish, Smart Sancho, and Georgie Downer/George Sancho, Timothy Sancho, William Sancho, Mrs. Rebecca Sancho (Courtland, Corentyne), James Sancho ( No# 70 Village, Corentyne), Mrs. S. Sancho (Corentyne);  
Returns of the Gold Industry show the following were miners;   James Sancho and John Sancho, A. Sancho and Others, Sancho and Gilbert, Simon and Sancho, Sancho and Simon, J. S. Sancho, Douglas and G. Sancho, P. A. Montague, J. A. Sancho, J. Sancho and J. Granville.
There is also the following; Lammy Sancho Phillips, (perhaps Victoria), Sancho Brandis (Kortberaad, East Bank Berbice) and Robert Sancho Daniel (Chemist and Druggist, Sick Nurse and Dispenser)
What does that mean respecting their relationship with Bentick Sancho? I suppose Ann Sancho, is Miss Ann Elizabeth Benn, the wife of Lammy T. Sancho. How does Robert J. Sancho and Swainson B. Sancho relate to Bentick Sancho and Tuckness Sancho? I suppose son or grandson of either Sancho.
Wm. E. Clarke vs. Amos Sancho, $1, money lent, Sentence, payable in one month. Source: Police News - Georgetown - the Daily Chronicle Demerara Friday, December 2, 1898 Page 4.
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