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Rev. Henry ASHE
(1759-1824)
Sophia McCLURE
(Cir 1775-1827)
George OGLE
Rev. George Alexander Hamilton ASHE
(1812-1897)
Mary OGLE
(1814-1846)
Rev. Henry Ogle ASHE
(1845-1893)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Elizabeth Jane VINCE

Rev. Henry Ogle ASHE

  • Born: 31 Mar 1845, Witton, Blackburn, Lancashire, England
  • Christened: 15 May 1845, St. Mark the Evangelist, Witton, Lancashire, England
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Jane VINCE on 12 Jun 1877 in St.Mary's, Ulverston, Cumbria, England
  • Died: 25 Jul 1893, Staveley-In-Cartmel, Lancashire, England aged 48
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bullet  General Notes:

In 1877, the Rev. Henry Ashe, R.A. married Elizabeth Vince (born 1845). He died in 1893, and is buried in Stavely, Cumberland. They had four children:
1) George
2) Henry
and two daughters:
3) Mary (Mamie) and
4) Florence (Flossie), who lived in Wimbledon, (24 West Side) and never married.

Extract from Lancashire registry for Births, Marriages and Deaths
Birth: 1845 -- Ashe, Henry, at Witton, Blackburn (mother's maiden name was Ogle).

Extract from "Baptisms at St. Mark the Evangelist in the District of Witton, Blackburn"
Name: Henry Ashe
Born: 31 March 1845
Daughter of: George Alexander Hamilton and Mary Ashe
Father's occupation: Clerk in Orders
Abode: Witton
Baptised: 15 May 1845 by George H. Ashe

Extract from "Alumni cantabrigienses; a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge, from the earliest times to 1900: Part II, Vol. I" by John Venn and J.A. Venn (1940)
ASHE, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 12, 1864. S. of George Alexander Hamilton, clerk. B. Mar. 31, 1845, at Witton, Lancs. [Bapt. May 15, 1845.] Matric. Michs. 1864;
(Moral Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 1867); B.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 1869; priest (Hereford) 1870; C. of Broseley, 1869-71. C. of Baschurch, 1871-2. C. of Ulverston, 1872-6. C. of Staveley-in-Cartmel, 1879-82; V., 1882-93. Not in Crockford, 1894. Brother of Robert P. (1876) and father of George H.

Extract from the "Liverpool Mail" dated Saturday 1 October 1870
Ordination at Hereford Cathedral:
Priest: Henry Ashe, B.A., St. John's College, Cambridge.

Extract from "The Manchester Courier and the Lancashire Advertiser" dated Wednesday, 12 December 1877
Ecclesiastical Intelligence.
At the Diocesan Registry, yesterday, the Bishop of Manchester licensed the following stipendiary curate:
The Rev. Henry Ashe, B.A. (Camb.) to the parish church of Leyland.

Extract from "The Lancaster Gazette" dated 16 June 1877
Marriages:
Ulverston - On the 12th inst., at St. Mary's, by the Rev. G. H. Ashe, the Rev. Henry Ashe, of Leyland, to Elizabeth Jane Vince, of Lightburne, Ulverston.

Extract from "The Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser" dated 23 September 1882
The Rev. Henry Ashe, B.A. (St.John's College, Cambridge), who has been presented by the Bishop of Carlisle to the vicarage of Stavely-in-Cartmel, was from 1876 until 1879 curate of Leyland, near Preston.

Extract from the Blackburn Standard, dated Saturday, 29 July 1893
The Rev. G. H. Ashe, Vicar of Witton, has sustained a sad bereavement by the death, on Tuesday, of his eldest son, the Rev. Henry Ashe, Vicar of Staveley. The deceased clergyman, who was in middle life, was not robust, and had been ill for some time, we believe. His half-brother, the Rev. Robert Ashe, well known as one of the missionaries attached to the Church Missionary Society's mission-station at Uganda, East Africa, but who is at present in England, has come down from London to be with his venerable father a few days in his bereavement. As a boy and young man, Mr Harry Ashe was known to many of his father's parishioners in Witton, and also had numerous friends in Blackburn.

Extract from Summary of Probate
ASHE, the Reverend Henry, of the Vicarage, Staveley, Cartmel, Lancashire, clerk, died 25 July 1893. Administration (with Will) Lancaster 20 October to Elizabeth Jane Ashe, widow. Effects 5,662 6s.

Extract from "The Manchester Courier, and Lancashire General Advertiser" dated 24 July 1894
The Parish Church of Stavely-in-Cartmel, near Ulverston, is being furnished with a mural tablet as a memorial of the late Rev. Henry Ashe, for three years Curate and eleven years Vicar of the parish. The tablet, mounted on a slab of black marble, bears the dedication: "To the glory of God and in loving memory of the Rev. Henry Ashe, B.A., for eleven years Vicar of Stavely. Born 31st March, 1845; died July 25th, 1893. This brass is placed here by his father, the Rev. G. H. Ashe, B.A., Vicar of Witton, Blackburn. Revelations xxi., 4."


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Henry married Elizabeth Jane VINCE, daughter of George VINCE and Elizabeth ASHBURNER, on 12 Jun 1877 in St.Mary's, Ulverston, Cumbria, England. (Elizabeth Jane VINCE was born in Mar 1847 in Lancaster, Lancashire, England, christened on 26 Mar 1847 in St. Anne, Lancaster, Lancashire, England and died in 1924 in Kingston, Surrey, England.)




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