Thomas Arundell

     Thomas Arundell was the son of Ralph Arundell and Jane Trerice.

Thomas Arundell

(circa 1452 - 1 October 1485)
     Thomas Arundell was born circa 1452 in England. Thomas Arundell son of John. He was the son of John Arundell and Katherine Chidiock.
     He married in 1473 Katherine Dinham which brought to the Arundells in 1501 (on the death of Katherine's brother John, Lord Dinham) a quarter-share in the Cornish manors of Bodardle, Cardinham, Downinney and Gurlyn as well as in manors in Devon, Somerset, Oxfordshire and elsewhere; knighted in 1483; attainted in 1484 for rebelling against King Richard III.
     Thomas died on 1 October 1485. He took part in the Duke of Buckingham's rebellion and his lands were forfeited in 1484.

Child of Thomas Arundell

Thomas Arundell

     The Tudorplace website states: Whilst it is believed that this family descended from the Arundells of Lanherne, the connection has not yet been proven to our satisfaction. Burke's Commoners suggests that the Thomas who is shown below as possible progenitor of the family was second son of Sir John of Lanherne by Eleanor Lamborne. However, BP1934 (Arundell of Wardour) indicates that the Thomas who was that second son was 'of Lanhadron' and, whilst mentioning that he was ancestor of the Arundells of Tolverne, shows different wife/wives and does not mention the Arundels of Trerice. We therefore view that connection as unlikely.
(2) As mentioned above, Burke's Commoners shows Sir John of Lanherne's second son as ... Thomas Arundel of Kenelhelwas
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     Thomas Arundell married Mary Dumford.

Child of Thomas Arundell and Mary Dumford

Sir Thomas Arundell

     Sir Thomas Arundell was the son of Sir John Arundell and Anora Unknown.

Thomas Arundell (of Wardour)

(circa 1502 - 26 February 1552)
     Thomas Arundell (of Wardour) was born circa 1502. He was the son of John Arundell and Eleanor Grey.
     Thomas died on 26 February 1552 in Tower Hill, London. He was executed as a conspirator,
In 1530. he married Margaret Howard, sister of the King's fifth wife Katherine, and he purchased monastic estates at their dissolution, founding a junior branch of the family at Wardour in Wiltshire.

two sons Arundell

     Two sons Arundell was the son of Sir John Arundell and Margaret Courteney. Two died young.

Jane of Arwenack

     Jane of Arwenack was born in Cornwall, England. She was the daughter and heir of Robert, Lord of the Manor of Arwenack. She was the daughter of Robert Arwenack Lord of the Manor.
     Jane of Arwenack married Simon Killigrew, son of John Killigrew and Mary Poltesmore.

Child of Jane of Arwenack and Simon Killigrew

John Arwenack Lord of the Manor

     John died in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall, England. John Arwenack Lord of the Manor was also known as John of Arwenack in records. He was the son of Thomas Arwenack Lord of theManor.

Child of John Arwenack Lord of the Manor

Robert Arwenack Lord of the Manor

     Robert died in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall, England. Robert Arwenack Lord of the Manor was also known as Robert of Arwenack in records. He was the son of John Arwenack Lord of the Manor.

Child of Robert Arwenack Lord of the Manor

Thomas Arwenack Lord of theManor

     Thomas died in 'Arwenack', Budock, Cornwall, England. Thomas Arwenack Lord of theManor was also known as Thomas of Arwenack in records.

Child of Thomas Arwenack Lord of theManor

Alfred Phillips Ash

( - 1968)
     Constance Agnes Mary Halahan married secondly Alfred Phillips Ash.
     Alfred died in 1968.

Joseph Ashbourn

     Joseph Ashbourn married Frances Popplewell, daughter of George Popplewell and Prudence Unknown, on 29 December 1702 in Gate Bourton, Lincolnshire.

James Ashbury

(circa 1585? - )
     James Ashbury was born circa 1585?.
     James Ashbury married Elizabeth Steer, daughter of Henry Steer and Alice Unknown (Steer), on 24 February 1611 in Darley, Derbyshire, England.

Adela Susan Ashby

(1 January 1863 - )
     Adela Susan Ashby was christened on 1 January 1863 in St Thomas, Barbados. She was the daughter of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Bayley.

Ader Ashby

( - before 2 February 1729)
     Ader died before 2 February 1729 in St Michael, Barbados. He was buried on 2 February 1729 in St Michael.

Alexander Ashby

(before 1770 - )
     Alexander Ashby was born before 1770 in Barbados.
     Alexander Ashby married Mary Unknown (Ashby) circa 1788.

Children of Alexander Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby)

Child of Alexander Ashby

Alexander Ashby

(24 October 1840 - )
     Alexander Ashby was christened on 24 October 1840 in St Lucy, Barbados. He was baptised with his brother Howard Gill. He was the son of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Babb. Alexander Ashby was baptized on 2 March 1844 in St George's, Barbados.
     Alexander Ashby married Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton on 10 February 1866 in Holy Innocents, Barbados.

Child of Alexander Ashby and Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton

Alexander Ashby

(24 February 1811 - October 1868)
     Alexander Ashby was christened on 24 February 1811 in St George's, Barbados. He was the son of John Ashby and Susanna Unknown (Ashby).
     In Susanna Unknown (Ashby)'s will dated 5 December 1832 in St George, Barbados, Alexander Ashby was named as heir; Susannah Ashby of St George being sick & weak .. leaves her son Alexander Ashby a piece or parcel of land butting & bounding on lands of John Henry Nurse, Catherine Ashby, James Cragg Kellman & Edward Thomas Boxill, containing c. 2 acres ... Executor Alexander Ashby, dated 5 Dec 1832. Witnessed by Francis Ashby & Catherine Ashby.
     Alexander Ashby married Sarah Hollingsworth on 5 October 1837 in St Andrew, Barbados. On the 5th inst. at St Andrew's church, Mr George Ashby to Sarah youngest daughter of John Hollingsworth Esq.
     Alexander Ashby was also reported as having married Sarah Elizabeth Babb circa 1838 in Barbados.
     Alexander Ashby married secondly Sarah Elizabeth Bayley on 28 April 1847 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.
     Alexander died in October 1868 in Castle Grant, St George, Barbados, aged 57.

Children of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Babb

Children of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Bayley

Alexander Cleland Ashby

(25 January 1829 - before 1841?)
     Alexander Cleland Ashby was christened on 25 January 1829 in St George's, Barbados. He was the son of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes.
     Alexander died before 1841?. He was not mentioned in his aunt Jane Ann's will..
     St George's (SW wall of chancel) - In affectionate remembrance of Alexander Ashby died at Castle Grant in this Island ... Oct 1868 aged 56 & was interred near this spot. Also of Sarah Elizabeth Ashby wife of above who died London 22 May 1874 & was interred beside her husband in July 1874.

Alexander Lindsay Ashby

(31 March 1825 - after 29 December 1854)
     Alexander Lindsay Ashby was christened on 31 March 1825 in Christ Church, Barbados. Alexander Lindsay, son of Mary Ann Ashby. He was the son of Robert Cooper Ashby and Mary Ann Ashby.
     In Robert Cooper Ashby's will dated 4 November 1837 in Christ Church, Barbados, Alexander Lindsay Ashby was named as heir; I Robert Cooper Ashby of Christ Church... I give & devise unto Samule Brewster Ashby, son of Elizabeth Brewster, a free coloured woman and his heirs ... 'property' called 'Rural Felicity" in Christ Church and 6 acres adjoining ... forming part of my plantation called 'Burkes' ... until 21 ... The rest of my property 'Burke's' to be kept for 5 years intact then divided into 11 parts ... 3 parts to Mary Ann Ashby, free coloured woman, Robert Henry Ashby, free coloured man, Alice Christian Ashby, free coloured woman, to be equally divided between them. The remaining 8 parts to Elizabeth Mary Ashby, Margaret Ann Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, Arabella Ann Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Caroline Kryzia Ashby, Alexander Lindsay Ashby, John George Ashby, free persons of colour, for their support, maintenance and education at the discretion of my executors. Executors: Robert Henry Ashby & Mary Ann Ashby. Witnessed by Samuel Husbands, Thomas William Eversley, William C Millard.
     Alexander Lindsay Ashby made a will dated 29 December 1854 in Christ Church, Barbados. The will of Alexander Lindsay Ashby of Christ Church mentions his brother William Armstrong Ashby.
     Alexander died after 29 December 1854 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     His will was proved on 27 July 1855 at Barbados.

Alfred Alexander Ashby

(16 September 1850 - )
     Alfred Alexander Ashby was christened on 16 September 1850 in St George's, Barbados. He was the son of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Bayley.
     Alfred matriculated at Merton College, Oxford University, on 7 February 1870. He was desribed as the second son of Alexander Ashby of the isle of Barbados, arm. Matric 7 Feb 1870 aged 19.

Alice Ashby

(circa 1650 - )
     Alice Ashby was born circa 1650.
     Alice Ashby married George Skeat on 28 June 1668 in St Michael, Barbados.

Alice Christian Ashby

(20 May 1852 - )
     In Robert Cooper Ashby's will dated 4 November 1837 in Christ Church, Barbados, Alice Christian Ashby was named as heir; I Robert Cooper Ashby of Christ Church... I give & devise unto Samule Brewster Ashby, son of Elizabeth Brewster, a free coloured woman and his heirs ... 'property' called 'Rural Felicity" in Christ Church and 6 acres adjoining ... forming part of my plantation called 'Burkes' ... until 21 ... The rest of my property 'Burke's' to be kept for 5 years intact then divided into 11 parts ... 3 parts to Mary Ann Ashby, free coloured woman, Robert Henry Ashby, free coloured man, Alice Christian Ashby, free coloured woman, to be equally divided between them. The remaining 8 parts to Elizabeth Mary Ashby, Margaret Ann Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, Arabella Ann Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Caroline Kryzia Ashby, Alexander Lindsay Ashby, John George Ashby, free persons of colour, for their support, maintenance and education at the discretion of my executors. Executors: Robert Henry Ashby & Mary Ann Ashby. Witnessed by Samuel Husbands, Thomas William Eversley, William C Millard.
     Alice Christian Keyson married Robert James Clarke. She was christened on 20 May 1852 in Christ Church, Barbados. An Alice Christian Keysar was baptised as an adult 20 May 1852 at Christ Church, this spelling is used in the IGI for Caroline Kryzia. so may be her mother. She was the daughter of Robert Cooper Ashby and Mary Ann Ashby.
     In John George Ashby's will dated 30 August 1855 in Christ Church, Barbados, Alice Christian Ashby was named as heir; John George Ashby of Christ Church, Esq. mentions his brothers & sisters: Robert Henry Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Alice Christian Ashby, Elizabeth Mary Valverde, Margaret Ann Thomas, Arabella Ann Bentham.

Alice Gertrude Newell Ashby

(29 December 1859 - )
     Alice Gertrude Newell Ashby was christened on 29 December 1859 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of James Alexander Ashby and Sarah O'Brien Crawford.

Andrew A Ashby

(1861 - )
     Andrew A Ashby was born in 1861 in Barbados. He was the son of William Armstrong Ashby and Rebecca Keiling Valverde.
     Andrew A Ashby married Annie Beatrice Bentham, daughter of Robert Thomas Bentham and Charlotte Elizabeth Medford.

Child of Andrew A Ashby and Annie Beatrice Bentham

Ann Ashby

( - before 1 December 1763)
     Ann Ashby was the daughter of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore.
     Ann Ashby was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ashby dated 18 October 1760.
     Ann died before 1 December 1763 in St John, Barbados. She was buried on 1 December 1763 in St John, Barbados.

Ann Maria Ashby

(24 March 1852 - )
     Ann Maria Ashby was christened on 24 March 1852 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of William Armstrong Ashby and Rebecca Keiling Valverde.

Arabella Ann Ashby

(17 April 1814 - )
     Arabella Ann Ashby was born on 17 April 1814 in Christ Church, Barbados. Arabella Ann, daughter of Mary Ann Ashby, a free mulatto. She was the daughter of Robert Cooper Ashby and Mary Ann Ashby. Arabella Ann Ashby was christened on 24 July 1816 in Christ Church.
     In Robert Cooper Ashby's will dated 4 November 1837 in Christ Church, Barbados, Arabella Ann Ashby was named as heir; I Robert Cooper Ashby of Christ Church... I give & devise unto Samule Brewster Ashby, son of Elizabeth Brewster, a free coloured woman and his heirs ... 'property' called 'Rural Felicity" in Christ Church and 6 acres adjoining ... forming part of my plantation called 'Burkes' ... until 21 ... The rest of my property 'Burke's' to be kept for 5 years intact then divided into 11 parts ... 3 parts to Mary Ann Ashby, free coloured woman, Robert Henry Ashby, free coloured man, Alice Christian Ashby, free coloured woman, to be equally divided between them. The remaining 8 parts to Elizabeth Mary Ashby, Margaret Ann Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, Arabella Ann Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Caroline Kryzia Ashby, Alexander Lindsay Ashby, John George Ashby, free persons of colour, for their support, maintenance and education at the discretion of my executors. Executors: Robert Henry Ashby & Mary Ann Ashby. Witnessed by Samuel Husbands, Thomas William Eversley, William C Millard.
     Arabella Ann Ashby married John Lewis Bentham on 23 August 1842 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     In John George Ashby's will dated 30 August 1855 in Christ Church, Barbados, Arabella Ann Ashby was named as heir; John George Ashby of Christ Church, Esq. mentions his brothers & sisters: Robert Henry Ashby, Thomas Cooper Ashby, William Armstrong Ashby, Alice Christian Ashby, Elizabeth Mary Valverde, Margaret Ann Thomas, Arabella Ann Bentham.

Child of Arabella Ann Ashby and John Lewis Bentham

Arthur Cadogan Ashby

(circa 1824 - )
     Arthur Cadogan Ashby was born circa 1824 in Barbados. He was the son of George William Ashby and Rebecca Joanna Unknown (Ashby).
     In George William Ashby's will dated 8 April 1832 in St George's, Barbados, Arthur Cadogan Ashby was named as heir; I George William Ashby of St George being sick & weak in body ... unto my wife Rebecca Joanna all my property ... my children John Jarrott, Arthur Cadogan, George McCollin & Dorothy Rebecca at the death of my wife ...
Appoint my father Samuel John Ashby executor dated 8 April 1832, Signed George Wm Ashby, witnessed by Francis Ashby.

     In Rebecca Joanna Unknown (Ashby)'s will dated 20 August 1855 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados, Arthur Cadogan Ashby was named as heir; The will of Rebecca Joanne Ashby, widow of St Michael mentions her beloved sons Arthur Cadogan Ashby, George McCollin Ashby, and daughter Dorothy Rebecca Ashby who received the residue of her estate. Her executors were John McCollin Esq, coppersmith, William Goddard Esq. Planter, and Francis Ashby Esq. coroner. She made her mark.

Athelina Ashby

(21 November 1862 - )
     Athelina Ashby was christened on 21 November 1862 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of Samuel William Ashby and Matilda Oxley.