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Captain John ASH
(1741-1806)
Sarah RUTTER
(1749-)
Joseph Rutter ASHE
(1779-1861)
Catherine CARTWRIGHT
(1776-1853)
Theophilus Fielding ASHE
(1818-1894)

 

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Theophilus Fielding ASHE

  • Born: 5 Mar 1818, Walton, Lancashire, England
  • Christened: 26 Jul 1818, St. Mary, Walton On The Hill, Lancashire, England
  • Marriage: Mary BATY on 21 Jun 1842 in Alston, Cumberland, England
  • Died: 14 Sep 1894, Brook House, Oswestry, Shropshire, England aged 76
  • Buried: 18 Sep 1894, Toxteth Park Cemetery, Smithdown Road, Liverpool, England
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bullet  General Notes:

Extract from the Baptism Register of St. Mary, Walton-on-the-Hill, Lancashire, England
Name: Theophilus Fielding Ashe, son of Joseph Rutter Ashe & Catharine.
Born: 5 March 1818
Baptised: 26 July 1818 by T. Moss, Vicar, at St. Mary, Walton-on-the-Hill.
Father's occupation: Officer in the Customs
Abode: West Derby.

Extract from the UK Birth, Marriage and Death Registry

Marriage: June 1842 -- Ashe, Theophilus Fielding, and Baty, Mary, at Alston, Cumberland.
Death: Sep. 1894 -- Ashe, Theophilus Fielding, at Oswestry.

Extract from England Marriages
Groom: Theophilus Fielding Ashe
Spouse: Mary Baty
Marriage: 21 June 1842 in Alston, Cumberland, England


Theophilus entered the Ballitore School in County Kildare, Ireland, on 11 August 1832. He formed a company in 1845 as an Export Bottler of Ale, Beer, Wines and Spirits. He used the Cockatrice as the company trade mark.

Advertisement in the Liverpool Daily Post, dated Thursday, 7 May 1868
Bottled in Bond for Export.
Old Tom Gin
Irish Malt, matured in Sherry ButtsOld Scotch Malt
Martell and Hennessey's Brandies
Rum, Genhva, Port, Sherry, Claret, Champagne, etc.
T. F. Ashe, 9 to 15 Atherton Street.

Extract from the England and Wales 1871 Census
Head of Household: Theophilus F. Ashe
Age: 53
Birthplace: Liverpool, Lancashire
Census location: Hankelow, Nantwich, Cheshire
Wife: Mary Ashe; age 53; birthplace Cumberland.
Daughter: Harriett Ashe; age 25; birthplace Orton, Cheshire.
Daughter: Catherine Ashe; age 20; birthplace Orton, Cheshire.
Visitor: Charles H. Cartwright; age 49; birthplace Preston Brook, Cheshire.
Visitor: Catherine Cartwright: age 47; birthplace Warrington, Lancashire.

Extract from the Liverpool Mercury, dated Saturday, 15 September 1894
Mr. T. F. Ashe, whose death at Oswestry is recorded today, was notably typical of those shrewd men of business who, while unproclaimed on the housetops, powerfully aid in the maintenance of the commercial activities of Liverpool.

Extract from the Liverpool Mercury, dated Saturday, 15 September 1894
The Late Mr. T. F. Ashe.
The death is announced of Mr. Theophilus Fielding Ashe, of the firm of Messrs. Ashe and Nephew, bottlers and exporters, Atherton Street, Liverpool. The deceased gentleman, who was in his 77th year, passed away yesterday morning at Brooke House, Oswestry, where he had been residing for some little time. Latterly he had been in poor health. For very many years he was an active member of the above-named firm, and was looked upon as one of the originators of the export bottling business. He made many friends during the 25 years he was in this city, and his demise will be heard of with regret. The funeral takes place at 1.45 p.m. on Tuesday at Smithdown Road Cemetary.

Extract from the Liverpool Mercury, dated Wednesday, 19 September 1894
The Late Mr. T. F. Ashe.
The funeral of Mr. Theophilus F. Ashe, whose death occurred at his residence, Brook House, Oswestry, on Friday, took place yesterday afternoon, at the Toxteth Cemetery, Smithdown Road. The officiating ministers were the Rev. T. Redfern, M.A., Vicar of Holy Trinity, Oswestry, and the Rev. C. Crutwell, Vicar of Frankby. The chief mourners were Dr. Newman (son-in-law of the deceased), Mr. D. E. Petitjean (nephew and partner), Mr. B. Ellis, sen., the Rev. T. Redfern, Miss Petitjean, Miss F. Petitjean, Miss G. Petitjean, Mrs D. Petitjean, and Messrs. J. Baty, sen., J. W. Baty, H. Baty, T. Ashe Baty,, F. Baty, James bevis, W, C. Cowie, W. Hesketh, B. Ellis, jun., J. H. Bellyse, P. Le Rougtel, W. Slack, G. Gunson, sen., nd A. E. Gunson.
Amongst those also present at the graveside were Messrs. John Wilkinson, E. Wilkinson, W. J. Smith (Manchester), James Peers, R. Gladstone, P. Mackenzie, R. Houghton, D. M. Reoch, T. Baty, D. B. Heath, T. Mercer, J. M. Sadler, R. S. Smith, T. Statter, and H. Jones.
Wreaths were forwarded by Miss Ashe, Dr. and Mrs Newman, Nurse Shakeshaft, Mr and Mrs Petitjean, the Misses Petitjean, Mr. J. Baty, sen., and family, Mr. B. Allis, sen, and family, Mr. Jas. Bevis, Dr. Cartwright (Oswestry), Mr and Mrs W. Slack, Mr and Mrs Heaketh, Mr and Mrs Le Rougtel, Mr and Mrs W. C. Cowie, Mr M. H. Owen, Mrs Gascoigne Weaver, James, Minnie, and Hester Bevis, and the servants.
The funeral arrangements were entrusted to Messrs. G. H. Lee and Co., Basnett Street.

Extract from the "Manchester Times" dated 21 September 1894
Deaths: ASHE - September 14, at his residence, Brook House, Oswestry, in his 77th year, Theophilus Fielding Ashe, of Liverpool.

Extract from "The Wrexham Advertiser" dated 22 September 1894
Deaths: ASHE - September 14th, aged 76 years, at Brook Street House, Oswestry, Theophilus Fielding Ashe, of Liverpool.

Extract from the Liverpool Mercury, dated Wednesday, 3 April 1895
The late Mr. T. F. Ashe, whose well-apportioned bequests to Liverpool charities are chronicled in another column, was a man of remarkable energy and force of character. He was full of local patriotism which sought the welfare of the city, and a pet scheme of his was its further development by means of a roadway extending from South Castle Street, and under the Custom House, into Park Lane. In this project there was associated with him Mr. T. D. Philip.

Extract from Toxteth Park Burials
Grave A Left/156

Ashe, Mary, aged 76 years, Wife, of Brook House Street, Oswestry, buried 23 December 1893.
Ashe, Theophilus Fielding, aged 76 years, Wine & Spirit Merchant, of Brook Street, Oswestry, buried 18 September 1894.
Ashe, Catherine, aged 71 years, Spinster, of Oakfield Roby, buried 24 November 1922.

Extract from Summary of Probate
ASHE, Theophilus Fielding, of Liverpool and of Brook Street House, Oswestry, Salop, wine and spirit merchant, died 14 September 1894 at Brook Street House. Probate London 6 December to Horace Townsend Newman, M.D., Hariet Newman (wife of the said Horace Townsend Newman) and Philip le Rougetel, accountant. Effects 46,436 1s.

Extract from "The London Gazette" dated 19 April 1895
Theophilus Fielding Ashe, Deceased.
Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Victoria cap. 35.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having any claims upon the estate of Theophilus Fielding Ashe, late of the city of Liverpool and Brook-street House, Oswestry in the county of Salop, Wine and Spirit Merchant who died on the 14th day of September 1894, and whose will was proved by Horace Townsend Newman, Harriet Newman, and Philip Le Rougetel, the executors therein named on the 6th day of December 1894 in the Principal Registry of Her Masjesty's High Court of Justice (Probate Division), are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned on or before the 1st day of June 1895, and notice is further given that after that day the assets of the deceased will be distributed among the parties entitled thereto hving regard only to the claims of which the executors shall then have had notice.
Dated this 17th day of April 1895.
Rowe, Gair and Roberts, 14 South Castle-street, Liverpool, Solicitors for the Executors.


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Theophilus married Mary BATY, daughter of David BATY and Unknown, on 21 Jun 1842 in Alston, Cumberland, England. (Mary BATY was born in 1817 in Heskett, Cumberland, England, died in Dec 1893 and was buried on 23 Dec 1893 in Toxteth Park Cemetery, Smithdown Road, Liverpool, England.)




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