Person:Hester Sandys (1)

  1. Edwin SandysAbt 1564 - 1608
  2. Hester Sandys1569 - 1656
m. 16 Aug 1586
  1. Sir Peter Temple, 2nd Baronet1592 - 1653
  2. Sir John Temple1593 - 1632
  3. Martha Temple
  4. Rev. Thomas Temple, DCL - Bef 1683
Facts and Events
Name Hester Sandys
Alt Name Hester Sandes
Married Name[1][3][4] Dame Hester Temple
Gender Female
Baptism[2] 21 Jan 1569/70 Chesham, Buckinghamshire, EnglandHester, daughter of Myles Sandes of Latimer, was baptized.
Marriage 16 Aug 1586 Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire, Englandto Sir Thomas Temple, 1st Baronet
Will[3] 26 Sep 1654 Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, EnglandDame Hester Temple made her last will and testament in the presence of Thomas Beverley, William Chaplyn, Christopher Nash, and Thomas Temple. She made bequeaths to her sons Thomas and Miles (and his wife Susan); daughters Bridgett, Elizabeth, Katherine, Anne, Margaret, and Millicent; brother Henry Sandys; several grandchildren and other kin; and others. Sir Richard Temple Bt., her grandson, was appointed as sole executor.
Burial[1][3] 15 Jul 1656 All Saints Churchyard, Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, England
Probate[3] 9 Aug 1656 London, England
  1. 1.0 1.1 Church of England. Parish of All Saints, Burton Dassett (Warwickshire). Register of baptisms, marriages and burials 1642-1753; Baptisms and burials 1754-1788, in Warwickshire, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1535-1812 [database]. (Online: Operations, Inc., 2011)
    digital image, register p. n.n. (image 6 of 29); entry cites Warwickshire County Record Office (Warwick, England); Warwickshire Anglican Registers; roll Engl/2/1162; doc. ref. # DR0292[/1].

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    “Hester Lady Temple was buried the fiveteenth of July. 1656.”

  2. Baptisms, January 1569/70, in Church of England. Parish Church of Chesham (Buckinghamshire), and John William Garrett-Pegge. A transcript of the first volume, 1538-1636, of the parish register of Chesham, in the county of Buckingham: with introductory notes, appendices, and index. (London, England: Elliot Stock, 1904)
    p 28.

    “Hester daughter of Myles Sandes of Latymersh esquyer, the xxj”

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 “Will of Dame Hester Temple, Widow of Dassett Magna, Warwickshire”, in Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Prerogative Court. Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related probate jurisdictions: Will registers. (Kew, England: The National Archives)
    PROB 11/257/457, [digital images,].

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    Dated 26 Sept. 1654. Dame Hester Temple of Dassett-Magna, co. Warwick, widow and relict of Sir Thomas Temple late of Stowe, co. Buckingham, knight deceased, desiring to be interred “within the Church of Burton Dassett by or neare unto the body of my deare husband there also interred”, bequeathed to Christian, Martha, and Penelope, daughters of her eldest son Sir Peter Temple; John Temple, youngest son of her eldest son; daughters Dame Bridgett Lenthall (eldest dau. and wife of Sir John Lenthall), Dame Elizabeth Gibbs, Dame Katherine Astom, Dame Anne Andrews, Dame Margarett Longvile, and Millicent (wife of Thomas Ogle squire); son Thomas Temple; grandsons John Temple and Sandys Temple, second and third sons of her son Thomas; son Miles Temple and his wife Susan; brother Henry Sandys squire; niece Stanton wife of Doctor Stanton of Avon Dassett, co. Warwick; niece Hester Burwell; niece Dorothy Conquest; kinswomen Mary and Dorothy, daughters of John Gascoigne; and others. Sole exor. Sir Richard Temple Bt. Wits. Tho. Beverley, William Chaplyn, Christopher Nash, and Tho. Temple. Probate 9 Aug. 1656, London.

  4. Styled from her husband being created a baronet in 1611.