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Sancho of nineteenth century in the Guyanese experience

This Sancho has a listing of   Sancho of nineteenth century in the Guyanese experience.
This Sancho needs to understand; how they fit in on the proverbial Sancho family tree.
APOLLO SANCHO – Convicted at the Session of the Supreme Court of Criminal Justice in and for the County of Essequebo; Killing a Ewe with intent to steal carcass; April 2, 1856; Imprisonment for two years with hard labour. Source: OGBG, Wednesday, April 23, 1856:P431 and Saturday, April 26, 1856: page 436
Andrew Sancho, Amos Sancho, Bourne Sancho, Princess Sanco (or Sancho), Ghowrie Sancho, James Sancho (four individuals  with the same names), George  Sancho (four individuals  with the same names, Charlotte Sancho, Mara (or Mars) Sancho, Margaret Sancho, Dadda Sancho, Smartt Sancho, William Sancho, Emily (Christopher) Callighan (Callaghan), Adelaide (perhaps Abigail) Sancho, Dot Sancho (perhaps, Dorothy Sancho; mother of Boatswain, Niles, Downer, Boston, Patterson and others),   Swanton Blare Sancho, Lammy Tuckness Sancho Phillips, Sancho Adams, Sancho Benjamin, Sancho Daniel, Sancho George,   Sancho Jones, Sancho Nixon, Jemmy Sancho and others.
Have you heard of the above mentioned Sancho? If you have - will, you please explain the circumstances. By that I am referring to the subject matter, including the communities in which they resided, and their immediate relatives


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