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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.

LAMMY T. SANCHO – Lammie T. Sancho v. Charles McKenzie - Rent of Land at Golden Grove Village, ten dollars. Judgment for plaintiff, amount to be paid within one month. Petty Debt Court - (Before Mr. F. E. Dampier, S.J.P.) Belfield, January 17, the Demerara Daily Chronicle Thursday, January 19, 1882:  page 3 column 3.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – An Irritable Village Overseer - Lammie T. Sancho, Overseer of Golden Grove Village was charged with assaulting one James Chance.  Mahaica Judicial District (Before Mr. Northcote) Belfield February 21, 1883 An Irritable Village Overseer - the Demerara Daily Chronicle Friday, February 23, 1883:  page 4 column 2.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – Petty Debt Court - A claim was preferred by William Portsmouth of Golden Grove against L. T. Sancho for $11.48 as compensation for damages done by the defendant's cattle to his provision bed; and judgment was given for the plaintiff for the amount claimed with costs. Source: Petty Debt Court - Police News - Belfield (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Tuesday, the Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 15, 1886: page 4 column 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO –  Petty Debt Court - Bath Thomas, Lammy T. Sancho and Paul Minkie Ageda were severally sued for their portions in a sum of $25.86; amount claimed by one Welcome Rodney for damages done by defendants' cows to his provision farm at Nabaclis. Source: Petty Debt Court - Police News - Belfield (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Tuesday, The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, August 19, 1886: page 3 columns 5 and 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – An Incident At Belfield Sports - Mr. Podringham, Superintendent Engineer at Enmore, on Tuesday at Sparendaam preferred a claim against L. T. Sancho of Nabaclis for $12.50, compensation for damage done by defendant's horse, “Arab" to his carriage on the 26th April last at the Belfield sports. Source: An Incident At Belfield Sports - the Daily Chronicle - Saturday, October 2, 1886: Page 3 Column 2.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo - First Publication. Source: The Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, Tuesday, March 13, 1888: Page 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo -First Publication. Source: The Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, Tuesday, October 9, 1888: Page 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO – Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo - First Publication. Source: The Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, Wednesday, November 7, 1888: Page 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Emily Busby v. Lammy T. Sancho - $108.81. Monet payable for money received by the defendant for the use of the plaintiff. - Inferior Civil Court - Georgetown, Wednesday (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Sheriff) - Cases fixed for Hearing - the Daily Chronicle - Thursday, November 28, 1889: Page 4 Column 4.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Emily Busby v. Sammy J. Sancho - $108.81. Mr. Hinds appeared for plaintiff; defendant appeared in person and denied the debt. Inferior Civil Court - Georgetown, Thursday (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Sheriff) - Sentence for Plaintiff -the Daily Chronicle - Friday, November 29, 1889: Page 4 Column 3.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Emily Busby v. Lammy T. Sancho - $108.81. Monet payable for money received by the defendant for the use of the plaintiff. - Inferior Civil Court - Georgetown, Wednesday (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Sheriff) - Cases fixed for Hearing - the Daily Chronicle - Thursday, January 16, 1890: Page 4 Column 4.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Police News - Belfield (before Mr. J. T. Thorne) Wednesday, November 9, 1892. (LAMMY T. SANCHO, CHRISTY SANCHO about 12 years old and ALLICK SANCHO, about 19 years old) John E. Martin and B. A. Leander, Overseers of the villages of Nabaclis and Golden Grove. Source: Unlawful Making Strays - The Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana. Saturday, November 12, 1892: page 4 Column 2.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - The New Village Ordinance - The Daily Chronicle. Friday, February 10, 1893: page 3 Column 3.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Village Notice -Village Councils Ordinance 1892 - the Daily Chronicle - Sunday, March 5, 1893:.page 1 column 4.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Meeting of Village Councils - the Daily Chronicle - Saturday, March 11, 1893:.page 3 column 7.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Village Notice - the Daily Chronicle - Saturday, July 15, 1893:.page 1 column 5
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Beharrysingh v. L. T. Sancho, $53, amount of promissory note. Judgment for plaintiff. Petty Debt - Police News - Belfield (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne) Wednesday, The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, July 15, 1893: page 4 Column 1
LAMMY T. SANCHO - ASSAULTS -Nathaniel Hughes was charged by Lammy Sancho, with having, on the 10th instant, at Nabaclis, assaulted him. Defendant was ordered to sign a bond for $10, and a surety in a like sum to keep the peace for six months, in default one months’ imprisonment. There was a cross-charge against the complainant for a similar offence which was dismissed. Source: Police News - Belfield - (before Mr. J. T. Thorne, S.J.P.) Wednesday -The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, December 22, 1894: page 4 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Inferior Civil Court - Vinancio Ferreira v. Lammy T. Sancho -$33, amount due by the defendant to plaintiff on a promissory note.  Source: The Law Courts -Inferior Civil Court - The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, March 30, 1887: page 4 column 5.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - J. Ferreira v. L. T. Sancho - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, April 1, 1887: page 4 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Lammy T. Sancho v. Henry N. Jeune  - $9, amount of a promissory note dated October 5th, 1886, and payable two months’ after date. Judgment for $8.28.  Source: Police News - Belfield - (Before Mr. Horatio Read) Tuesday, Petty Debt - The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, March 29, 1888: page 4 column 2.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Lopes and Ferreira v. Lammy T. Sancho   -$ 68.03, amount due for goods sold and delivered Source: The Law Courts - Inferior Civil Court - The Daily Chronicle, Thursday March 29, 1888: page 4 column 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Lopes and Ferreira v. Lammy T. Sancho - $ 68.03. Mr. Brandon appeared for the plaintiffs, Defendant was absent. Source: The Law Courts -Inferior Civil Court - Georgetown, Thursday (Before His Honour Mr. acting Justice Kirke.) Sentence for the plaintiffs - The Daily Chronicle, Friday, March 30, 1888: page 4 column 1.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Village Notices - compositions of Village Councils under Village Ordinance 1892 - source: Village Notices - The Daily Chronicle, Sunday March 5, 1893: page 1 columns 4 and 5.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Assaults - Tuckness Sancho for assault Emily Hercules at Nabaclis Village was fined $2 and costs. Source: Police News - Belfield (Before Mr. J. T Thorne) Wednesday -The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, July 21, 1894: page 4 Column 3.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - L. T. Sancho v. James McDonald - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, March 23, 1888: page 4 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Pitta v. L. T. Sancho - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, February 28, 1889: page 4 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Pitta v. L. T. Sancho - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, March 1, 1889: page 4 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - L. T. Sancho v. Antonio Mendes - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, November 18, 1892: page 3 column 6.
LAMMY T. SANCHO - Important to Land Owners - L. T. Sancho A. B. Leander- The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, January 22, 1890: page 3 column 6.
ALLICK SANCHO, Police News - Belfield (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Tuesday, March 3, 1885. A Juvenile Offender - The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, March 5, 1885: page 3 column 7. (ALLICK SANCHO, 12 years’ old)
ROBERT J. SANCHO, Golden Grove, Source: Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo -First Publication -The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, October 9, 1888: page 1 Column 3.
SWANSON B. SANCHO, and ANN SANCHO: - Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo -First Publication. Source: The Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, Wednesday, October 31, 1888: page 1 Column 3.
SWANSON B. SANCHO, Golden Grove, Source: Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo -First Publication -The Daily Chronicle, Sunday, April 24, 1892: page 1 Column 3.
CHARLES SANCHO, child of BENTINCK SANCHO and SARAH SANCHO Source: Administrator General Notice: March 17, 1860 – Date when Trust devolved = February 1860; Date of last Transaction = December 15, 1873; Amount payable less office fees = $54.67 - The Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana. Thursday, March 19, 1885: page 1, columns 6 and 7.
ANDREW SANCHO, Berbice, Andrew Sancho, unlawfully wounding, March 10, 1887, imprisonment for six calendar months with hard labour. Registrar's Notice - British Guiana - the Daily Chronicle - Friday, March 25, 1887: page 1 column 2
BOURNE SANCHO, Golden Grove, In the Belfield Police Court yesterday (Tuesday).Source: Plantain stealing on the East Coast - Tuesday, April 24, 1888. The Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana. Wednesday, April 25, 1888: page 3 Column 7.
CHARLOTTE SANCHO, Buxton, (formerly CHARLOTTE ADAMS of Buxton) Inquest - An Inquest was held by Mr. P. H. R. Hill, coroner and a jury, at the Police Magistrate's office on Monday, concerning the death of a woman named Charlotte Sancho, who died in the Colonial Hospital on the 8th inst. (Monday, February 8, 1897) Source: Buxton and friendship notes - The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, February 16, 1897: page 4 Column 1.
Petty Debt - Samuel Quammy v. Charlotte Sancho, claim for delivery of certain articles or to pay $12.10 their value. Ordered to give up the things. Source: Police News - Vigilance (Before Mr. J. T Thorne) Thursday, Petty Debt -The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, October 3, 1893: page 4 Column 5.
CORNELIUS SANCHO, a boy, who was a material witness in a case that was to be tried at this Session, but had to be postponed in consequence of his absence, and who was arrested on a Bench Warrant, was ordered to be detained in custody until next session, unless some responsible person undertook to produce him at the next session of the supreme court.  The Law Courts - Supreme Criminal Court - Georgetown, Tuesday - (His Honour the acting Chief Justice - Mr. N. Atkinson - presiding) The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, December 5, 1888: page 6 column 1 and 2.
DAVID SANCHO, Buxton, Murder At Friendship - Coroner’s Inquest - Manoel Marques found guilty. The following are the names of the Jurors: - Manoel Dias, Jacob Truman, Nathaniel Williams, Joseph Austin and David Sancho. The Coroner the summed up and the Jury returned a verdict of willful murder against the accused who was formally committed for trial at the next session of the Supreme Criminal Court for the County of Demerara.
Prisoner was then remained to the Georgetown Gaol.
Source: Murder At Friendship - Coroner’s Inquest - Manoel Marques found guilty - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, August 29, 1891: page 3 column 5.
EDWARD C.  SANCHO, Rose Hall Village, Constable, Rural Constables. Source: Police - Rural Constables -The Daily Chronicle, February 12, 1899: page 2 column 7
ELIZABETH SANCHO, Thefts - A girl named Elizabeth Sancho was charged by Mr. E. L. Max with having, on the 8th inst., feloniously stolen from his shop in High Street, Kingston, a meerschaum pipe valued at $4, his property. Defendant was fined $ 5, to be recovered by distress on her father, the warrant being returnable in 7 days. Police News - Georgetown, Monday, (Before Mr. A. M. Abbott.)The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, March 11, 1890: page 4 column 7
ELIZABETH SANCHO, Thefts - A girl named Elizabeth Sancho was charged by Mr. E. L. Max with having, on the 8th inst., feloniously stolen from his shop in High Street, Kingston, a meerschaum pipe valued at $4, his property. Defendant was fined $ 5, to be recovered by distress on her father, the warrant being returnable in 7 days. Police News - Georgetown, Monday, (Before Mr. A. M. Abbott.) The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, March 18, 1890: page 4 column 7
EMANUEL SANCHO - Emanuel Sancho v. S. A. Sandiford, $1.92, amount of an account. Defendant did not appear and judgment was given for plaintiff.
Petty Debt Court - Georgetown - (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill) Thursday the Demerara Daily Chronicle Friday, June 20, 1884:  page 4 column 4.
EMANUEL SANCHO - Emanuel Sancho v. Allen, $1.68, for work done as a tailor. Judgment for 84 cents. Petty Debt Court - Georgetown - (Before Mr. Sheriff Kirke) Friday - Judgment for Plaintiffs with costs - the Demerara Daily Chronicle Saturday, September 20, 1889:  page 4 column 5.
EMANUEL SANCHO - Emanuel Sancho v. Hardy, $1.92, amount of an account. Defendant did not appear and judgment was given for plaintiff.
Petty Debt Court - Georgetown - (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill) Thursday the Demerara Daily Chronicle Friday, April 27, 1890 page 4 column 4
EMANUEL SANCHO - Emanuel Sancho v. George Niles, $1.68, for work done as a tailor. Judgment for 84 cents. Petty Debt Court - Georgetown - (Before Mr. Sheriff Kirke) Friday - Judgment for Plaintiffs with costs - the Demerara Daily Chronicle Saturday, December 12, 1891:  page 4 column 5.
FREDERICK SANCHO v. D. Headley, $7, wages due as a punt man. Petty Debt Court - Dismissed - Georgetown - (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill) Thursday, the Demerara Daily Chronicle Friday, November 16, 1888:  page 4 column 3.
GEORGE SANCHO - Miscellaneous - George Sancho on remand was charged with having feloniously stolen a smoothing plane, valued at $1.12, the property of James Henry Jones of Goed Fortuin Village. After stealing the plane, accused pledged it in a Portuguese shop. He was fined $15, with the alternative of six weeks' imprisonment.
 Source: Police News - Vreed-En-Hoop (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Friday, The Daily Chronicle, Sunday, September 15, 1889: page 4 column 2.
GEORGE SANCHO (Golden Grove Village) Miscellaneous - George Sancho was charged by Jessie A. Gammel, with breaking and entering her house at Enmore. The Police charge was withdrawn. Source: Police News - Belfield (before Mr. W. Nicooll) Tuesday, Thursday, September 15, 1889: page 4 column 4.
GILBERT SANCHO (Golden Grove Village) Threatening Language - Gilbert Sancho was charged by William Joseph James with having, on the 29 ultimo, at Golden Grove Village, used threats to him with intent to provoke him to commit a breach of the peace. They were both ordered to sign a bond of $10 for 6 months, or in default to be imprisoned for 1 month. Source: Police News - Belfield (before Mr. J. T. Thorne) Wednesday, Saturday, March 14, 1896: page 4 column 3
GHOWRIE SANCHO (Victoria Village) Ghowrie Sancho was fined 72 cents or 3 days for using threatening words to Soolugany at Victoria. Source: Police News - Belfield (before Mr. J. T. Thorne) Wednesday, Friday, February 5, 1892: page 4 column 3
JAMES SANCHO - REMNANT CASES - Doolhit v JAMES SANCHO - To pass a legal and valid transport of a piece of land, measuring three roods in a facade by the whole depth of the estate, part of the abandoned plantation No. 70, Corentyne Coast, and known as the village of Massiah, or to pay $240, value of said piece land.
JAMES SANCHO v William Blair- To pass a legal and valid transport of a piece of land, measuring six roods in a facade by the whole depth of the estate, part of the abandoned plantation No. 70, Corentyne Coast, and known as the village of Massiah, or to pay $240, value of said piece land.
Cases fixed for hearing -Berbice Court - The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, May 12, 1885: page 4 column 2.
JAMES SANCHO, Institute of Mines and Forests v. Rocket Company, $65.84, wages due to James Sancho Source: Petty Debt Court  -  Georgetown - (before Mr. Henry Kirke, Police Magistrate) Thursday - Judgment for Plaintiffs with costs  -The Daily Chronicle, Friday, September 7, 1894: page 3 column 6.
JAMES SANCHO, Gold Miner died December 7, 1898.
JOHN SANCHO was charged by the authorities of Plantation Nonpareil, with having entered into a contract to cut 23 and a half openings of canes, and thereafter suspended labour.  Fined $15, to be levied by distress, or six weeks’ hard labour. Source: Police News - Vigilance - (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Thursday -The Daily Chronicle, Sunday, January 10, 1886: page 4 column 1.
JOHN SANCHO v the Eldorado Gold Company, $35.44, for work done as a labourer on the defendants’ placer. Mr. Ogle appeared for the plaintiff. Sentence for amount and costs payable in 14 days. Source: Petty Debt Court - Georgetown - (Before Mr. Henry Kirke, Police Magistrate) Friday -The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, November 26, 1892: page 4 column 7.
JOSEPH SANCHO - Killing a Sow - James Stephen (14) Joseph Sancho (13) and Parnell Joseph (14) were charged by one James Billanson, proprietor, Golden Grove with having killed a sow belonging to him and valued at $10, with intent to steal the carcass. Source: Killing a Sow - Police News - Belfield (before Mr. H. H. Cunningham) Tuesday, The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 15, 1886: page 4 column 1.
JOSEPH SANCHO - ALLEGED INDECENT LANGUAGE - JOSEPH SANCHO was charged by rural constable Alleyne with using indecent language on a Public way at Plaisance, on the 9th instant. Dismissed. Source: Police News - Sparendaam - (before Mr. R. A. Swan) Monday -The Daily Chronicle, Friday, April 16, 1897: page 4 column 3.
MANOEL SANCHO, James Williams, a boy, was charged by the police, with having, on the 24th inst., feloniously stolen two fowls, valued $1.44, the property of Manoel Sancho. Defendant pleaded guilty. He was ordered to be sent to the Onderneeming Reformatory for 3 years. Source: Alleged Thefts -Police News - Georgetown - (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill, Police Magistrate) Friday -The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, March 26, 1892: page 4 column 7.
MARGARET   SANCHO - Death By Drowning - on Saturday afternoon last, Mr. Cornelius Bartholomew Kryenhoff, J. P., and a jury, sat at the Vigilance Court House and enquired into the death of the infant Margaret Sancho, who was drowned at Friendship, on Thursday last (July 18, 1895). Susan Peters, mother of the child. Julia Willis and Elizabeth Fitzgerald having given evidence, the jury returned a verdict of accidental drowning. Source: Death By Drowning - the Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 25, 1895: page 3 column 4.
MARS SANCHO - An Unfortunate Family - James Rodney, son, Elvira Rodney, mother, Alice Rodney, daughter, Eugenie Fredericks, friend, Anthony Rodney, son, Sissy Rodney, daughter, Mars Sancho and A. Pillew, friends, were all charged by Charles Simon Phillips with having, on Sunday, the 21st ult., assaulted him at Nabaclis. His Worship considered the charge was fully established against first, second and third defendants. They were fined $20, or 2 months each. Fifth defendant was ordered to receive 12 strokes with tamarind rods; seventh defendant was fined $5, or 14 days; fourth, sixth and eight were discharged.  Source: Police News - Belfield - (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne.)  - The Daily Chronicle Friday, July 10, 1891: page 4 column 3 and 4.
MARS  SANCHO - Wednesday Unlawful Assembly - Nevil Taylor, Mars Sancho, Piggey Sampson, Mamzel Sampson, Robt. Portsmouth, and Dada Sancho, was charged by J. M. Griffiths, sergeant, with assembly on the 22nd ult., at Golden Grove for some unlawful purpose. They were each ordered to sign a bond of $5 and one surety $5 each for 3 months, in default 1 month's imprisonment.
MARS SANCHO - Threatening Language - Nevil Taylor, and Mars Sancho, was charged by P.C. Glen with having, on the 25th ult., at Golden Grove used threatening language to Robert. Portsmouth. Ordered to sign bond for $5, and 1 surety for $5 for 3 months, in default, 1 month's imprisonment each. Source: Police News - Belfield - (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne, S.J.P.)  The Daily Chronicle Sunday, May 5, 1895: page 4 column 6.
MARS SANCHO -April5, 1889: page 4.
PRINCESS SANCO (Probably PRINCESS SANCHO of Clonbrook) Princess Sancho was charged with having assaulted Amelia Prestoe at Clonbrook on the 29th instant. The case was dismissed. Source: Police News -Magistrates' Courts - Mahaica Judicial District (Before Mr. E.   A. Northcote, S.J.P.) Belfield Assaults the Demerara Daily Chronicle Thursday, March 30, 1883: page 3 column 4.
SMART SANCHO (Courtland, Corentyne) - Albion Pound. Source: Pound Notice – Albion Pound –the Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, December 18, 1888: page 1 Column 4.
SMART SANCHO - Albion Pound.  Source: Pound Notices – Albion Pound –the Daily Chronicle, Friday, December 21, 1888: page 1 Column 1.
SMART SANCHO - Albion Pound. Source: Pound Notice – Albion Pound – The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, December 27, 1888: page 1 Column 3.
ANN  SANCHO, Golden Grove, Source: Execution Sales - By The Provost Marshal - Counties of Demerary and Essequebo -First Publication -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, October 31, 1888: page 1 Column 3.
WILLIAM SANCHO - Providence - Thefts. Source: Police News -Providence - (Before Mr. F. E. Dampier.) Monday Thefts-The daily Chronicle Wednesday June 23, 1886: page 4 column 7
WILLIAM SANCHO - Demerara Criminal Session. Source: Demerara Criminal Session - The daily Chronicle Sunday July 18, 1886: page 3 column 7.
WILLIAM SANCHO - Thefts of Batteaux. Source: The Daily Chronicle Wednesday, July 21, 1886: page 3 column 7...
WILLIAM SANCHO - William Henry and William Sancho, old offenders. Source: The Law Courts - Demerara Criminal Session - Georgetown, Wednesday - First Court - (Mr. Justice Goldney presiding) Sentences.  The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 29, 1886: page 3 column 7.
WILLIAM SANCHO - Registrar’s Notice. Source: Registrar's Notice, The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, August 7, 1886: page 1 column 3.
WILLIAM SANCHO - Breach of Contract - King William Sancho, a Massaruni ex-convict. Source: Police News -Georgetown - (Before Mr. P H. R. Hill, Assistant Police Magistrate) Breach of Contract - The daily Chronicle Sunday, December 9, 1894: page 8 column 7...
WILLIAM SANCHO - William Sancho alias John Glasgow. Source: Breaches of Contracts - Police News -Georgetown (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill, acting Police Magistrate.) Wednesday the Daily Chronicle, Thursday, April 25, 1895: page 4 column 3.
WILLIAM SANCHO - Breach of the Peace - William Sancho, Mugsy Thomas, and Dalton Pollard were charged by R. C. Ebenezer Scott with having on the 25th ultimo, at Buxton, committed a breach of the peace by  fighting. First and second defendants fined $2 or 7 days' hard labour each, and third was reprimanded and discharged. Source: Police News -Vigilance - (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne, S.J.P.) Thursday, The daily Chronicle Tuesday October 8, 1895: page 4 column 2...
WILLIAM SANCHO - Robbery at Buxton - Source: The Daily Chronicle, Friday, December 6, 1895: page 4 column 1
WILLIAM SANCHO - Mr. Justice Sheriff in the Second Court the morning was spent investigating a case in which John Williams and William Sancho were charged with breaking and entering the shop of T. S. Sharples, at Buxton Village, on December 2nd, the prisoners were found guilty, and sentence was deferred.  Source: The Law Courts - Supreme Criminal Sessions - The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, January 16, 1896: page 3 column 4...
WILLIAM SANCHO - Second Court - (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Sheriff with Mr. Patrick Dargan prosecuting.)A Shop-Breaking Expedition - John Williams and William Sancho were charged with breaking and entering the shop of J. S. Sharples, a shop-keeper at Buxton, sentence was deferred. Source: The Law Courts - Supreme Criminal Sessions - Second Court - Wednesday The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, January 16, 1896: page 3 column 4...
WILLIAM SANCHO - Second Court - Third Day - (His Honour Mr. Justice Sheriff, presided, and Mr. P. Dargan prosecuted.) Breaking and Entering - John Williams and William Sancho who were previously convicted of breaking and entering a shop and committing larceny were sentenced to seven years' imprisonment each. Source: The Law Courts - Supreme Criminal Sessions - The Daily Chronicle, Friday, January 17, 1896: page 4 column 3...
WILLIAM FREDERICK SANCHO - Sergeant, Rural Constabulary, Plantation Rose Hall, Canje, Berbice - Source: Annual list of Rural Constables for The Year 1886, published in accordance with section eighteen of the Rural Constables Ordinance, 1884 - New Amsterdam Judicial District - William Frederick Sancho, Rose Hall, Sergeant, The Daily Chronicle, January 26, 1886: page 1...
WILLIAM FREDERICK SANCHO - Sergeant, Rural Constabulary, Plantation Rose Hall, Canje, Berbice - Source: Annual list of Rural Constables for The Year 1887, published in accordance with section eighteen of the Rural Constables Ordinance, 1884 - New Amsterdam Judicial District - William Frederick Sancho, Rose Hall, Sergeant, The Daily Chronicle, January 28, 1887: page 1.
WILLIAM FREDERICK SANCHO - Sergeant, Rural Constabulary, Plantation Rose Hall, Canje, Berbice - Source: Annual list of Rural Constables for The Year 1888, published in accordance with section eighteen of the Rural Constables Ordinance, 1884 - New Amsterdam Judicial District - William Frederick Sancho, Rose Hall, Sergeant, The Daily Chronicle, January 28, 1888: page 1.
WILLIAM FREDERICK SANCHO - Sergeant, Rural Constabulary, Plantation Rose Hall, Canje, Berbice - Source: Annual list of Rural Constables for The Year 1888, published in accordance with section eighteen of the Rural Constables Ordinance, 1884 - New Amsterdam Judicial District - William Frederick Sancho, Rose Hall, Sergeant, The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, January 31, 1889: page 2 column 1.
WILLIAM FREDERICK SANCHO - Died before Friday, March 16, 1894 - Source: Police - Rural Constabulary - Deaths - The Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana. Thursday, March 29, 1894: page 1 column 2...
Mrs. S. SANCHO  - Corentyne, Berbice - Suriname  Source: Post Office Notice - Unclaimed Postal Matter -the Daily Chronicle,  Thursday, August 23, 1894: page 1 Column 3

MINERS – A. SANCHO and others -The Gold Industry - The following quantities of gold were entered yesterday at the office of the Department of Mines :- July 7th, 1897 (8 ozs. 12 dwts. 22 grs.,  Cuyuni):- Source: The Gold Industry -The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 8, 1897: page 3 column 5..
SANCHO and GILBERT - The following quantities of gold were entered yesterday at the office of the Department of Mines :- March 11, 1897 (4 ozs. 13 dwts. 5 grs.,  Cuyuni):- Source The Gold Industry -The Daily Chronicle, Sunday, March 14, 1897: page 5 column 2.
SANCHO and SIMON - The Gold Industry - The following quantities of gold were entered yesterday at the office of the Department of Mines: - June 14th, 1897 (1 ozs. 2 dwts. 10 grs. Potaro):- Source: The Gold Industry -The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, June 15, 1897: page 3 column 4.
SIMON and SANCHO - The Gold Industry - The following quantities of gold were entered yesterday at the office of the Department of Mines: - July 7th, 1897 (4 ozs. 8 dwts. 22 grs. Potaro):- Source: The Gold Industry -The Daily Chronicle, Thursday, July 8, 1897: page 3 column 5.
SANCHO, DOUGLAS and SANCHO: - The Gold Industry - The following quantities of gold were entered yesterday at the office of the Department of Mines: - August 17th, 1897 (2 ozs. 11 dwts. 12 grs. Cuyuni):- Source: The Gold Industry -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, August 18, 1897: page 3 column 7.
J. A. SANCHO, J. J. DOUGLAS and G. SANCHO, (July 15, 1897), 1500 by 800 feet, Crown Lands, Arawak, Matope, Cuyuni, 5 miles to landing and next to claim of J. C. and G. Ferdinand.
J. S. SANCHO, J. J. DOUGLAS and G. SANCHO,  (July 15, 1897), 1500 by 800 feet, Crown Lands, Arawak, Matope, Cuyuni, 4 miles to landing and next to claim of J. H. and J. Castello. Source: Daily Chronicle, Sunday, February 12, 1899 Pages 2. Col.2. . .
J. S. SANCHO, J. J. DOUGLAS and G. SANCHO,  (July 15, 1897), 1500 by 800 feet, Crown Lands, Arawak, Matope, Cuyuni, 4 miles to landing  .J. C. Ferdinand, nearest claim holder. Source: Sale of Claims - Department of Mines - Daily Chronicle, Sunday, March 5, 1899 Page 3. Col.1.
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, August 18, 1895: page 3 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, November 27, 1895: page 4 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, December 1, 1895: page 3 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, December 8, 1895: page 2 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, February 19, 1896: page 3 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, March 27, 1896: page 3 col 7...
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, May 8, 1896: page 3 col 7
P. A. MONTAGUE, J. A. SANCHO, J. SANCHO and J. GRANVILLE - Source: Claim -The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, December 1, 1896: page 3 col 7...

SANCHO: - Sancho was charged by Maria Waith with assaulting her minor child, Alice Waith. He was fined five shillings. Source: Police News -Georgetown - (Before Mr. P. H. R. Hill, acting Police Magistrate.) Monday - Assault - The Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, August 27, 1895: page 3 column 5.
SANCHO: - Goedverwagting - Larceny - Raymond John was charged by Sergeant Joseph with stealing Jeweler and monies valued $12.34, the property of Sancho, on the 13th instant, at Goedverwagting. Sent to jail with hard labour for six months. Source: Police News - Sparendaam (Before Mr. R. A. Swan) Wednesday, Friday, August 20, 1897: page 4 column 1.
ELLIOTT - The second son of Mr. TAPPIN ELLIOTT, late teacher of Vergenoegen Scotch School, after a very sudden and brief illness succumbed to fever on Wednesday night at Nabaclis East Coast. The funeral ceremony was read by Mr. A. A. Bristol, Wesleyan teacher at Ann’s Grove, and the remains were interred at the Golden Grove Grave Yard. Source: East Coast Notes - The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, November 4, 1893: page 4 column 5.
Police News - Georgetown (before Mr. P. H. R. Hill, acting Police Magistrate) Wednesday, April 24, 1895. The Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana. Thursday, April 25, 1895: page 4 Column 3.
WILLIAM CALLIGHAN - Proposed transfer of Licences - I hereby give notice in accordance with Section 2 of Ordinance 5 of 1885, entitled, "An Ordinance to amend the Licensing Laws," that it is my intention to transfer my Licences to keep for Hire or Trade, a Mule and Cart at Bachelor's Adventure, East Coast, Demerara, to William Callighan, residing at Nabaclis Village, East Coast, Demerara. Samuel Arthur, Residing at Bachelor's Adventure, East Coast, 1st April, 1887.  Source: Miscellaneous - Proposed transfer of Licences - The Daily Chronicle, Sunday, April 10, 1887: page 1 column 6.
WILLIAM CALLIGHAN - (Constable, Rural Constabulary, Mahaica Judicial District, Nabaclis) Government Savings Bank - [First Publication] - having been informed of the loss of Pass Book No. # 470 C, Ledger 1, belonging to William Callighan, residing at Victoria Village, East Coast. Source - Miscellaneous - Official Notice -The  Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, February 18, 1890:page 4 Column 7
WILLIAM CALLIGHAN, his wife EMILY CALLIGHAN, and Eugene Fredericks were charged with having on the 27 ult., assaulted and beaten one John Dos Santos at Nabaclis. First and third defendants were fined $5, or 14 days each; second being discharged. Miscellaneous -Police News - Belfield (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne) Wednesday, The Daily Chronicle, Friday, December 11, 1891: page 4 Column 4
WILLIAM CALLIGHAN - Assaults - Benjamin Glasgow was charged with having assaulted and beaten WILLIAM CALLIGHAN, a butcher at Victoria.  Police News - Belfield (Before Mr. J. T. Thorne) The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, January 25, 1893: page 4 Column 5
EMILY CALLIGHAN - William Bruce was charged by Emily Callighan on behalf of her daughter, MARY CALLIGHAN, with having, on the 23rd ultimo, at Cove and John water side, assaulted her. The case was dismissed.  Source: Police News - Belfield (Before Mr. Horatio Read, S.M) Wednesday, Alleged Assault - The Daily Chronicle, Friday, February 5, 1897: page 3 Column 4

SANCHO ADAMS - The Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, April 17, 1888: page 1 Column 5
SANCHO BRANDIS, Real Property, Kortberaad, East Bank Berbice, Maria Brandis, inheritance from father, Sancho Brandis, who bought the land from Mr. Winter. Notice - Titles to Land Commissioners, October 15, 1891 - The  Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, November 10, 1891:page 1 Column 4
ROBERT SANCHO DANIEL - The Post Office Frauds - John Clarke was indicted for having obtained $176.64 from Phillip McDermott, a clerk in the Post Office at Georgetown, under false and fraudulent pretenses. Mr. Lynch appeared for the defence. the following are the names of the jury empanelled to try the case; Richard Bradley Ross (foreman), Robert Sancho Daniel, John Paul, Elijah Johnston, Richard Mortimer Gaskin, Francis, William Henry Cleare, Edwin Love, Albert George Thompson, Richard Decoram, Stephen Cox, and John Wrong. It is alleged that Clarke was employed as Postmaster and Money Order agent at the Penal Settlement, Massaruni, Source: Demerara Criminal Session - first Court (Before Mr. Justice King.) Georgetown November, 1881 - the Post Office Frauds - Demerara Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, November 15, 1881: page 3 Column 4
ROBERT SANCHO DANIEL - Demerara Daily Chronicle, Tuesday, February 11, 1882: page 3 Column 4
LAMMY SANCHO PHILLIPS - Cow Stealing October 31, 1884: page 3
HECTOR SANCHO MINNIS
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