William Petherick Sandoe

  • BIRTH. Registered St Olave 1878MAR 1d/279; son of Alfred and Louisa; born 7 Jan 1878 (1939). Sources: GRO, BF, 1939 register.
  • CENSUS. Bermondsey 3 Apr 1881; at 41 Hacks Rd; aged 3, son; born Bermondsey; in father’s household. Sources: 1881 census index.
  • MARR. Married Susannah Catherine Cummins 1878SU01, at St Mary Magdelen, Southwark; registered St Saviour 1898DEC 1d/149. Sources: MF/JS. Children: Violet E 1899VI01, William H 1905WI02, Constance I 1908CO01.
  • CENSUS. William P; Bermondsey 31 Mar 1901; head, aged 23, stationer’s warehousman, born at Bermondsey; with wife S Catherine 23, daughter Violet E 1.
  • CENSUS. William Petheric; Camberwell 2 Apr 1911; 133 Verney Road, Old Kent Road, London SE; head, aged 33, warehousman; with wife Susannah C 33, children Violet E 11, William H 6, Constance I 3. Sources: 1911 census index/FMP.
  • WAR. William Pethrick; enlisted at Tottenham for War Service 16 Jun 1916; Wesleyan; category B1; 43107, private, 17th Scottish Rifles, Hamilton. London, England. Sources: Army Service Record/PRO/Ancestry.

    Doc 01. When enlisting at Tottenham.

    Enlistment form, 1916, Tottenham.

  • WAR. William Pethrick; transferred in 1917 from 17th Cameronians to 16th York and Lancaster Regt., K Coy (transport battalion), Barnard castle. Yorkshire, England. Sources: Army Service Record/PRO/Ancestry.
  • WAR. William Pethrick; demobilised in 1919. Sources: Army Service Record/PRO/Ancestry.
  • 1939 Register. William P; Tottenham 29 Sep 1939; at 75 Winchelsea Road; born 7 Jan 1878; Wholesale Stationers Manager; married; with daughter Violet E. Sources: 1939 Register/FMP/page.
  • DEATH.William P Sandoe; registered 1949SEP Edmonton5a/181, aged 71died 6 Jul 1949. Sources: GRO, Probate index/1949/FMP/page.
  • PROBATE. Of Tottenham, died 6 Jul 1949; Probate London 8 Sep 1949, effects £1133 to widow Susannah Catherine Sandoe. Sources: Probate index/1949/FMP/page.
  • Comments: Son of Alfred 1844AF01 and Louisa 1846LO01. Stationer’s warehouseman in 1901, manager in 1939.

Updated Jan 2021