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Sir Thomas ASHE (of St. John's and of Drumsil)


  • Marriage: Sir Thomas ASHE (of St. John's and of Drumsil)
  • Died: Cir 1632

bullet  General Notes:

Extract from "Notes and Queries, Vol. 162"
Sir Robert Travers married, as his first wife, Katherine Nangle, who was cousin of Dame Elizabeth Ashe, wife of Sir Thomas Ashe, of Trim, co. Meath.

Extract from "The Lismore Papers of Richard Boyle, First and 'Great' Earl of Cork, Vol. I Part 3" (1886)
Page 68:
Ibid. 'The Lady Ashe, of Trym' -- She was Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas Ashe, to whom James I granted the rectories, churches, and chapels of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Trim and Kildalkey. The late Dean Butler, in his "Notices of the Castle and of the Ecclesiastical Buildings of Trim" (Dublin, 1861), gives many notices of the Ashe family. In the chancel of St. Patrick's Church, Trim, on a flat stone, is a partly obliterated inscription of which the opening couplet may be given:
"Love and Age have joined as one
To lay these two under this Stone,"
i.e. Sir Thomas and Lady Elizabeth Ashe.

Extract from "Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland" by Sir Arthur Vicars (1897)

1632: Ash, dame Elizabeth, Trim, widow of Sir Thomas Ashe, knt.


Elizabeth married Sir Thomas ASHE (of St. John's and of Drumsil), son of Thomas ASHE (First settler in Ireland) and Mary BAILEY. (Sir Thomas ASHE (of St. John's and of Drumsil) was born in 1567 and died on 14 Oct 1626.)

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