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Nicholas ASHE (of Drogheda)
(1713-1778)
Mary SMITH
(Cir 1725-)
John WHITE J.P.
(1720-1798)
Frances STONE
(1724-)
Rev. Isaac ASHE
(1751-1834)
Frances WHITE
(1779-1841)

Rev. Isaac ASHE
(1801-1888)

 

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Jane ELLIS

Rev. Isaac ASHE

  • Born: 1801
  • Marriage: Jane ELLIS on 21 Feb 1832 in St. George's Church, Dublin, Ireland
  • Died: 22 Mar 1888, Kildress Rectory, Cookstown, co. Tyrone, Ireland aged 87
  • Buried: 27 Mar 1888, Kildress Church, Cookstown, co. Tyrone, Ireland
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Extract from the "Pedigree of the Rev. Isaac Ashe (1801-1888)", as certified by W. Betham, Ulster King of Arms of all Ireland, dated 14 January 1846
The Rev. Isaac Ashe (1750-1834), Rector of Tamlaght, married Frances, daughter of John White, of Whitefield, and had issue:
(1) Rev. Isaac Ashe (born 1801), married to Jane, daughter of Henry Ellis, of Dublin, Esq., who had issue:
- Isaac
(2) Rev. William Ashe (born 1803), married to Jane, daughter of Rev. Thomas Paul, Rector of Balinderry, who had issue:
- Thomas.

Extract from "A Catalogue of Graduates in the University of Dublin" by James H. Todd (1869)

Ashe (Isaac), B.A. Ęst., 1825.

Extract from "The Belfast Newsletter" dated 6 March 1832
Married: On Tuesday, 21st ult. in St. George's Church, Dublin, the Rev. Isaac Ashe, jun. Curate of Tamlaght, in the county of Londonderry, to Jane, eldest daughter of Henry Ellis, of Eccles street, Esq.

Extract from "The University Magazine: A Literary and Philosophic Review" (1834)
Books Published by William Curry, Jun., & Co.:
The Book of Revelation, with Notes chiefly selected from the best Commentators. By the Rev. Isaac Ashe, A.B., Curate of Delgany. Small 8vo. nearly ready.

Extract from "Bent's Literary Advertiser" dated October 1839
Lately Published:
An Ecclesiastical Catechism of the United Church of England and Ireland, showing its conformity with Scripture and the Primitive Church. By the Rev. Isaac Ashe, A.B. 18mo, new edition, price 6d.

Extract from "The Belfast Newsletter" dated 27 March 1849
The Church -- His Grace the Lord Primate has promoted the Rev. Isaac Ashe, curate of the perpetual curacy of Brackaville, in the rectory of Baronstown, in the county Louth, vacant by the promotion of the Rev. Lord J. Beresford to the curacy of Mullabrack.

Extract from"Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1868"
Ashe, Isaac, A.B., Rector of Barronstown (Armagh) Dundalk.

Extract from "Armagh Clergy and Parishes" by Rev. James B. Leslie (1911)
Perpetual Curates of Brackaville, co. Armagh:
1840: Isaac Ashe, B.A., Lic -- (D.R.) See Baronstown.
Rectors of Baronstown, co. Louth:
1849: Isaac Ashe, coll. April 3 (D.R.); res. in 1869 for R. Kildress, q.v.
1869: Isaac Ashe,coll. May 14 (D.R.). He was the son of Rev. Isaac A., R. of Tamlaght, q.v.; ent. T.C.D., aged 17, on July 5, 1819; B.A. 1825; ord. D. 1823; P. 1824; C. Tamlaght 1823; C. Delgany 1834; C. Brackaville 1834; R. Baronstown 1849-1869; m. 1832 Jane, dau. Robert Ellis, and had a son, Isaac, M.D., who became Supt. of Dundrum Lunatic Asylum. He died Mar. 22, 1888, aged 86.

Article in The Armagh Guardian, 23 December 1845
A SERIOUS EVIL.--On Monday last the Rev. Isaac Ashe, Incumbent of Coal Island, county of Tyrone, was assaulted by a boatman, quite unknown to him, in a state of intoxication, without any provocation whatever. He had pursued him along the quay, crying out, " Are you a clergyman ? What religion are you of?" He forcibly grabbed the walking staff which the rev. gentleman carried, and endeavored to wrest it from him. Several gentlemen and others assembled, and endeavored to force him into some place of confinement until the police could be sent from Stewartstown, a distance of three miles, but the fellow struggled so hard, and gave so much annoyance that he was suffered to get off. A short time ago a large stone was thrown into one of the sitting rooms of Mr. Robinson, Inspector of the Board of Works, residing in the village. The want of a police station is sadly felt in this place, where so many of the worst description of the lowest class are employed at the collieries, &c., and the peaceable inhabitants are continually subjected to annoyance. Several applications have been made to the authorities in Dublin to have a few policemen stationed in Coal Island, but all in vain. It is much to be deplored that the Government should refuse compliance with the reasonable demand for protection alluded to in the foregoing note. The magistrates of the neighbourhood of Dungannon and Coal Island should ask the Lord Lieutenant, by memorial, for the force required, and if he shall refuse to grant it, the conduct of his Excellency should be brought before the House of Parliament.--E. Packet.

Extract from "The poets of Ireland; a biographical and bibliographical dictionary of Irish writers of English verse" by D.J. O'Donoghue (1912)
ASHE, REV. ISAAC. - Songs of Zion, a selection of hymns for public worship. Third edition, Dublin, 1864, 32mo. Author of various sermons, etc.

Extract from Burke's "A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1958)
Isaac (Rev.), Rector of Kildress, co. Tyrone, married Jane, daughter of Henry Ellis, of Mount Stewart, co. Durham, and had issue:
- Isaac, M.D. (Dublin), of Dundrum, co. Down, married, and had issue.

Extract from "The Belfast Newsletter" dated 24 March 1888
Deaths: Ashe -- March 22, at his residence, Kildress Rectory, Rev. Isaac Ashe, aged 86 years.

Extract from "The Belfast Newsletter" dated 28 March 1888
Funeral of Rev. Isaac Ashe, A.B. -- Yesterday the remains of the Rev. Isaac Ashe, who had been for so many years the highly esteemed rector of the parish of Kildress, were removed from his late residence for interment in the burying-ground attached to the parish church. There was a very large concourse at the funeral, representatives of almost all the families in the parish, as well as large numbers from the surrounding neighbourhood, being present. The coffin, which was of solid oak, with heavy brass mountings, bore the following inscription: -- "Rev. Isaac Ashe, died 22nd March, 1888, aged 86 years." The chief mourners were -- Mrs Ashe, Miss Ashe, Dr. I. Ashe (son), and Masters Leslie Ashe, Arthur Ashe, and Robert Ashe (grandsons). The service in the church was conducted by the Rev. George Yeates and Rev. George Moore, and at its conclusion Rev. G. Yeates delivered a most impressive address.

Extract from Will Calendars at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Ashe, Isaac (Rev.):
I, Isaac Ashe, Clk, Rector of Kildress in the County of Tyrone being through the mercy of God in perfect health of body and soundness of mind do declare this to be my last Will & Testament. I do hereby leave and bequeath all my property of which I am possessed and of which I shall or may be possessed at the time of my decease to my beloved wife, Jane Ashe, and I do hereby constitute and appoint her the sole executrix of this will and the sole guardian of my children.
Witness my hand and seal this second day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy eight.
Signed: Isaac Ashe
Signed and acknowledged by Testator as his Will in pesence of us, who at his request in his presence and of each other have signed our names as witnesses thereto.
James L. Cooney, Cookstown, Witness
John Sinclair, Witness
Probate: 6 June 1888

Extract from Ireland Calendar of Wills and Administrations, 1888
ASHE, (Reverend) Isaac. 6 June. The Will of the Reverend Isaac Ashe, late of Kildress Rectory, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Clerk, who died 22 March 1888 at same place, was proved at Armagh by Jane Ashe, of Dungannon in said County, Widow, the sole Executrix.


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Isaac married Jane ELLIS, daughter of Henry ELLIS and Elizabeth CUPPLES, on 21 Feb 1832 in St. George's Church, Dublin, Ireland. (Jane ELLIS was born circa 1812 in Dublin, Ireland.)




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