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Andrew ASHE
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William Thomas Austin ASHE
(1814-1870)

 

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William Thomas Austin ASHE

  • Born: 13 Jan 1814, Bath, Somerset, England
  • Christened: 19 Feb 1815, Walcot St. Mary's Chapel, Bath, Somerset, England
  • Died: 7 Oct 1870, Quebec, Canada aged 56
  • Buried: 8 Oct 1870, Mount Hermon Cemetery, Sillery, Quebec, Canada
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bullet  General Notes:

Extract from "The Examiner" dated 23 January 1814
Births: Mrs Ashe, the lady of the celebrated performer on the flute, of two sons.

Extract from Somerset Online Parish Clerks Genealogy
Name: William Thomas Ashe
Date of Birth: 13 January 1814
Baptised: 19 February 1815 at Walcot St. Mary's Chapel, Bath, Somerset
Father: Andrew Ashe
Mother: Mary
Abode: Burdetts Buildings
Father's occupation: Musician

Extract from "Alumni Dubliensis", 1924 Edition
ASHE, William, Pen. (Mr. Flynn), Dec. 3, 1832, aged 17; son of Andrew, Musicus; born Somerset. B.A. Vern 1837.

Extract from England and Wales Census, 1851
Census Location: Kensington, Middlesex, England
Name: William A. Ashe
Age: 33
Est. Birth Year: 1818
Birthplace: Bath
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Ordinance Clerk
Relationship to Household: Visitor

Extract from "The London Gazette" dated 16 April 1862
On their several petitions, recorded in the Office of the Commissioners on the 27th day of March, 1862:
863. To William Austin Ashe, of Bolton Place, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of "an improved mode of, and apparatus for, driving the propelling shafts of ships or vessels." - A communication to him from abroad by Edward David Ashe, of Quebec, in Lower Canada.

Extract from "The London Gazette" dated 9 April 1869
A list of the Letters Patent for Inventions which have become void by reason of the non-payment of 100, before the expiration of the seventh year from the date of such Patents, pursuant to the Act of the 16th Vict., c, 5, sec. 2, for the week ending the 3rd day of April, 1869:
863. To William Austin Ashe, of Bolton Place, in the county of Middlesex, Gentleman, for the invention of "an improved mode of, and apparatus for, driving the propelling shafts of ships or vessels." - A communication to him from abroad by Edward David Ashe, of Quebec, in Lower Canada.

Extract from "Quebec: Burial Registration for Mount Hermon Cemetery, 1848-1904"
Number: 3760
Family Name: Ashe
Given Name: William Austin
Occupation: War Office
Place of Birth: Bath, Somerset, England
Age: 56 years
Place of Death: Quebec
Date of Death: 7 October 1870
Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever
Religious Denomination: Church of England
Officiating Clergyman: Rev. Charles Hamilton

Extract from the 1870 Parish Book of St. Mathew's Church, Quebec (Twenty ninth leaf).
Ashe Buried:
William Austin Ashe, late of the War Office in England, aged fifty six years, died on the seventh and was buried on the eighth day of October eighteen hundred and seventy.
By me, Charles Hamilton.
Witnesses: E. D. Ashe and Gilbert Percy, Clk.

Extract from Find A Grave
Name: William Austin Ashe
Birth: 1814 at Bath, Somerset, England
Death: 7 October 1870 at Quebec, Canada
Burial: Mount Hermon Cemetery, Sillery, Quebec, Canada




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