Elizabeth Ashby

(circa 1708 - after October 1760)
     Elizabeth Ashby was born circa 1708 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore. Elizabeth Ashby was christened on 8 August 1710 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was recorded on the 1715census in the household of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore in St Phillip, Barbados.
     Elizabeth Ashby married Thomas Shepherd before 1760 in Barbados.
     Elizabeth Ashby was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ashby dated 18 October 1760.
     Elizabeth died after October 1760.

Elizabeth Ashby

(circa 1690 - before 24 May 1722)
     Elizabeth Ashby was born circa 1690 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of Unknown Ashby.
     Elizabeth Ashby and Mary Ashby were recorded in 1715 census in St Phillip, Barbados. Elizabeth Ashby, 25, spinster, Mary Ashby, aged 23, spinster.
     Elizabeth Ashby made a will dated 1722. Will of Elizabeth Ashby of St Phillip, dated and proved 1722, mentions her sister Mary and cousins Hannah & George Bushell, jnr.
     Elizabeth died before 24 May 1722 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     Her will was proved on 24 May 1722 at Barbados.

Elizabeth Ashby

(circa 1740 - )
     Elizabeth Ashby was born circa 1740 in Barbados. She was the daughter of Edward Ashby and Susanna Cutting. Elizabeth Ashby was christened in May 1758 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Elizabeth Ashby

(circa 1750 - after August 1780)
     Elizabeth Ashby was born circa 1750. She was the daughter of Christopher Ashby and Elizabeth Smith.
     Elizabeth Ashby married Thomas Niles, son of Thomas Niles and Elizabeth Cutting, on 15 April 1772 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     In Christopher Ashby's will dated 21 August 1780 in St Phillip, Barbados, Elizabeth Ashby was named as executrix of the estate; Will of Christopher Ashby of St Philip signed 21 Aug 1780 - His estate to be divided into 2 equal parts : daughter Elizabeth Niles, wife of Thomas Niles, 1/2 estate is for his said daughter Elizabeth Niles and her heirs; grandchildren - the other half to be divided equally between John Niles Ashby & Mary Ashby, son and daughter of John Ashby & Mary Ashby, formerly Mary Niles, spinster. John Niles Ashby is to have his share at 21 and Mary hers at 18. In case of death of either of these, such share to go to his grandson John Niles, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Niles. Execs - Thomas Niles, son-in-law & daughter Elizabeth Niles. John Niles Ashby & Mary Ashby guardians of his grand-children.
     Elizabeth died after August 1780. In August 1780 she was described as the wife of Thomas Niles..

Children of Elizabeth Ashby and Thomas Niles

Elizabeth Ashby

(24 June 1711 - )
     Elizabeth Ashby was christened on 24 June 1711 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of John Ashby and Elizabeth or Dorothy Wiltshire. George, John and Elizabeth was listed as a child of John Ashby in the in 1715 census in St Phillip, Barbados.
     In John Ashby's will dated 9 March 1732/33 in St George's, Barbados, Elizabeth Ashby was named as heir; Will of John Ashby of St George signed 9th March 1732 mentions his wife Francis Ashby, all his estate real and personal for the maintenance of his children - Campbell Ashby, William, Thomas, Christopher & Francis till they be 15 years; daughter Elizabeth Ashby £50 at the rate of £15 p.a. till be paid off; daughter Mary £60 at 21. Should she die before then to be divided between his sons Campbell, Wm, Thomas, Christopher & Francis; son George £10 to be paid 4 years after his death; son John Ashby £10 to be paid 6 years after his death. After his wife's death, his son Campbell to have his estate and to pay his brothers Wm, Thos, Chris & Francis £10 each. Sole executrix his wife Francis Ashby. Francis M Ashby declined the executorship and claimed the 1/3 to which she was entitled by law.

Elizabeth Ashby

(14 October 1791 - before 4 February 1793)
     Elizabeth Ashby was born on 14 October 1791 in Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of Samuel John Ashby and Elizabeth Unknown (Ashby). Elizabeth Ashby was christened on 28 May 1792 in St Michael, Bridgetown.
     Elizabeth died before 4 February 1793 in Bridgetown, Barbados. She was buried on 4 February 1793 in St Michael, Bridgetown .

Elizabeth Ashby

(circa 1777 - before 8 July 1787)
     Elizabeth Ashby was born circa 1777 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of William Ashby and Christian Malsworth.
     Elizabeth died before 8 July 1787 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was buried on 8 July 1787 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Elizabeth Ashby

(28 February 1780 - )
     Elizabeth Ashby was born on 28 February 1780 in Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of George Ashby and Mary Mason. Elizabeth Ashby was christened on 23 November 1780 in St Michael, Bridgetown.

Elizabeth Augusta Ashby

(3 January 1822 - )
     Elizabeth Augusta Ashby was also known as Elizabeth Augusta Angelina Ashby in records. She was born on 3 January 1822 in St George, Barbados. She was the daughter of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes. Elizabeth Augusta Ashby was christened on 14 April 1822 in St George, Barbados.
     Elizabeth Augusta Ashby married Chrysostom Lewis on 30 December 1840 in St George's, Barbados.

Children of Elizabeth Augusta Ashby and Chrysostom Lewis

Elizabeth Hart Ashby

(22 April 1780 - )
     Elizabeth Hart Ashby was christened on 22 April 1780 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of Cornelius Ashby and Sarah Mounter.

Elizabeth Honour Ashby

(before 1820 - )
     Elizabeth Honour Ashby was born before 1820. She was the daughter of Samuel John Ashby and Mary Gibson.
     In William Ashby's will dated 29 June 1820 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados, Elizabeth Honour Ashby was named as heir; William Ashby, senior, of St Michael, mentions his wife Elizabeth Honour Ashby, slaves, property in Marlhill Street in the town and parish of St Michael 850 pounds ... his daughter Mary Elizabeth Sinckler (wife of Dr James William Sinckler), his brother Samuel John Ashby, residue to his nephews and nieces to wit: George William Ashby, Mary Kirton (wife of Mr Jonas Lyle Kirton), Charlotte Ashby, Elizabeth Honour Ashby and William Ashby.

Elizabeth Rice Ashby

(1789 - )
     Elizabeth Rice Ashby was born in 1789 in Barbados. She was the daughter of William Ashby and Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson. Elizabeth Rice Ashby was christened on 30 November 1799 in Christ Church, Barbados. Elizabeth Rice Ashby, daughter of William Ashby and Elizabeth, both deceased, aged 10 years. As their parents were both deceased when they were baptised, they cannot be the children of William & Elizabeth Honour (Wilkinson).

Ella Norman Ashby

(13 December 1866 - )
     Ella Norman Ashby was christened on 13 December 1866 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of James Alexander Ashby and Sarah O'Brien Crawford.

Emily Ashby

(22 July 1838 - before 1841?)
     Emily Ashby was christened on 22 July 1838 in St George's, Barbados. She was the daughter of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes.
     Emily died before 1841?. She was not mentioned in his aunt Jane Ann's will.

Emma Caroline Ashby

(27 April 1870 - )
     Emma Caroline Ashby was christened on 27 April 1870 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of James Alexander Ashby and Sarah O'Brien Crawford.

Ethel Holligan Ashby

(9 January 1861 - )
     Ethel Holligan Ashby was born on 9 January 1861 in Barbados. She was the daughter of James Alexander Ashby and Sarah O'Brien Crawford. Ethel Holligan Ashby was christened on 9 April 1863 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Ethelind Emma Ashby

(25 October 1859 - )
     Ethelind Emma Ashby was christened on 25 October 1859 in St Thomas, Barbados. She was the daughter of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Bayley.

Frances Cummins Ashby

(2 March 1816 - )
     Frances Cummins Ashby was christened on 2 March 1816 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes.
     Frances Cummins Ashby married Samuel Baker on 3 August 1837 in St George's, Barbados.
     In Mary Elizabeth Ashby's will dated 10 June 1847 in St George, Barbados, Frances Cummins Ashby was named as heir; The will of Mary Elizabeth Ashby of St George, spinster, who was weak in body, mentions having $500 in the West India Bank and her niece Mrs Frances Cummins Baker formerly F C Ashby (wife of Mr Samuel Baker) and daughter of Mr Francis Ashby. Samuel Baker to be executor.

Francis Ashby

(circa 1726 - )
     Francis Ashby was born circa 1726 in Barbados. He was the son of John Ashby and Frances M Campbell.
     In John Ashby's will dated 9 March 1732/33 in St George's, Barbados, Francis Ashby was named as heir; Will of John Ashby of St George signed 9th March 1732 mentions his wife Francis Ashby, all his estate real and personal for the maintenance of his children - Campbell Ashby, William, Thomas, Christopher & Francis till they be 15 years; daughter Elizabeth Ashby £50 at the rate of £15 p.a. till be paid off; daughter Mary £60 at 21. Should she die before then to be divided between his sons Campbell, Wm, Thomas, Christopher & Francis; son George £10 to be paid 4 years after his death; son John Ashby £10 to be paid 6 years after his death. After his wife's death, his son Campbell to have his estate and to pay his brothers Wm, Thos, Chris & Francis £10 each. Sole executrix his wife Francis Ashby. Francis M Ashby declined the executorship and claimed the 1/3 to which she was entitled by law.

Francis Ashby

(6 July 1792 - )
     Francis was a coroner, in Barbados. He was born on 6 July 1792 in St Joseph, Barbados. He was the son of Alexander Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby). Francis Ashby was christened on 20 August 1796 in St Joseph.
     Francis Ashby married Margaret Ann Garnes on 25 March 1815 in St George's, Barbados. Francis Ashby was a slave owner on 9 May 1836 in Barbados. He had 1 slave and was paid £29/2/7 in compensation.

Children of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes

Francis Ashby

(5 September 1852 - )
     Francis Ashby was christened on 5 September 1852 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of Samuel William Ashby and Matilda Oxley.
     Francis Ashby married Caroline Hutson on 7 October 1880 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Frederick Ashby

(June 1823 - 31 August 1847?)
     Frederick Ashby was born in June 1823 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. The Barbadian newspaper reported on June 11 1823: Birth, on Monday evening, the lady of Nathan Ashby Esq. of a son. He was the son of Nathan Ashby and Sarah Harbourn Nowell. Frederick Ashby was christened on 22 September 1823 in St Michael, Bridgetown.
     Frederick died on 31 August 1847? In Oxford Estate, St James parish, Jamaica, aged 24. On 31 August at Oxford Estate, St James, Jamaica, after a short illness, Mr Frederick Ashby, aged 24, third son of the late Nathan Ashby, esq. Collector of Customs at Falmouth & formerly of Barbados. The excellent father of the above deceased youth, an old, valued friend of ours, departed this life in Februrary last a few days after his return to Jamaica from England, whither he had been for many months in pursuit of health.
     Frederick Ashby married Catherine Rogers on 25 February 1858 in Christ Church, Barbados. Which Frederick?.

Child of Frederick Ashby and Catherine Rogers

Frederick Ashby

(20 December 1858 - )
     Frederick Ashby was christened on 20 December 1858 in Christ Church, Barbados. He was the son of Frederick Ashby and Catherine Rogers.
     Frederick Ashby married Mary Jane Fields on 24 August 1878 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Mrs Gamble [Campbell] Ashby

(circa 1740 - after December 1784)
     Mrs Gamble [Campbell] Ashby was born circa 1740.
     Mrs Gamble [Campbell] Ashby married Campbell Ashby, son of John Ashby and Frances M Campbell.
     Gamble died after December 1784. In December 1784 she received a legacy from Ann Ashby, widow.

George Ashby

(before 1630 - before 11 July 1676)
     George Ashby was born before 1630 in England?. Note that the parish registers of St Philip are imperfect before 1757. A George Ashby was a mariner in 1660 sailing to Virginia and Barbados.
A John and a Thomas Ashby were sent to Barbados as indentured servants from Bristol in the 1660s. Also a William was sent to Virginia.
A Thomas & Suzan Ashby of Barbados were mentioned between 1654-63.
     In 1631 there were about 4000 on the island. By 1640 the population was over 30,000. White population reached its peak in the 1640s but declined rapidly thereafter.
     George Ashby married Deborah Unknown before 1649. The will of Ronald Hotton, planter of St Philips parish, 28 June 1679 mentions his wife Deborah Hotton, formerly the wife of George Ashby, & her son William Ashbye.
     George Ashby was mentioned in a deed dated 23 May 1660 in St Phillip, Barbados. Counter deed of George Ashby signed 23 May 1660: Ralph Kersey, taylor of Barbados for 1000 lbs of good muscovado sugar - rented unto George Ashby, planter, and unto John Soley/Saley, carpenter, his plantation of 8.5 acres of land in St Philip's parish with everything (`all things') thereunto belonging for seven years from the date of signature. George Ashby & John Seley are annually to pay his daughter Mary Kersey 1000 lbs for seven years. At the end of seven years, Mary Kersey was to hand back the said plantation and premises and such things as were in the Inventory. Signed Ralph X R Kersey, witnesses: Edward Eckleson, Mary X Kersey. Proved May 20 1660.
     George Ashby made a will dated 3 October 1672 in St Phillip. Will of George Ashby, planter of St Philip, being very sicke and weak in bodie but of perfecct mind ...signed Oct 3 1672. To loving son George Ashby, 6 acres of his plantation on which he now resides, adjoining the road path and one negro boy [Sanders states 3 acres & dwelling house where John Jarman now lives]; to his loving son William, son of me, the said George Ashbey, 3 acres of land with the dwelling house now occupied by Thomas Neale; daughter Deborah Ashbey, 3 acres of land and the house thereon now occupied by Henry Sellman and a negro girl, should she marry Edward Jollopp, 12 peices of sterling and no more; loving wife Deborah Ashbey the rest of estate real and personal with dwelling house, outhouses and stock of whatever kind; wife Deborah Ashby executrix, friends Rowland Hutton & John Taylor - overseers, signed George Ashbey, Witnessed by Ambrose Nile & Henry King.
     His 9 acres are now part of a plantation called "Edgecombe"..
     George died before 11 July 1676 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     His will was proved on 11 July 1676.

Children of George Ashby and Deborah Unknown

George Ashby

(18 November 1651 - between 1698 and 1710)
     George Ashby was christened on 18 November 1651 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of George Ashby and Deborah Unknown.
     In George Ashby's will dated 3 October 1672 in St Phillip, George Ashby was named as heir; Will of George Ashby, planter of St Philip, being very sicke and weak in bodie but of perfecct mind ...signed Oct 3 1672. To loving son George Ashby, 6 acres of his plantation on which he now resides, adjoining the road path and one negro boy [Sanders states 3 acres & dwelling house where John Jarman now lives]; to his loving son William, son of me, the said George Ashbey, 3 acres of land with the dwelling house now occupied by Thomas Neale; daughter Deborah Ashbey, 3 acres of land and the house thereon now occupied by Henry Sellman and a negro girl, should she marry Edward Jollopp, 12 peices of sterling and no more; loving wife Deborah Ashbey the rest of estate real and personal with dwelling house, outhouses and stock of whatever kind; wife Deborah Ashby executrix, friends Rowland Hutton & John Taylor - overseers, signed George Ashbey, Witnessed by Ambrose Nile & Henry King.
     George Ashby was recorded in 1679 census in St Phillip, Barbados. In the 1680 census, (taken 16 Dec 1679), George Ashby is listed owning 21 acres, 1 white servant & 9 negroes.
     A George Ashby married Eleanor Scarlett 4 March 1678/9 in Jamaica.
     George Ashby and Deborah Unknown were mentioned in a deed dated 25 March 1687 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip signed 25 March 1687, entered 25 March 1693: George Ashby sold to his loving mother Deborah Hulton of St Philip, 4 negro slaves for £40. ... Deborah A Hulton, widow of the parish of St Philip, signed a deed of gift in which she bestowed the said 4 slaves to "my loving son, William Ashby". The slaves are to remain within her possession until her death, and then they are to go to Wm Ashby. The deed of gift was signed 25 March 1687 and proved 27 May 1693.
     Deborah Hulton, widow of St Philips, by a bill of sale, sets her son William Ashby, mason, over all her right title and interest with respect to 4 negroes named Jack, Betty, Little Jack & Goffie. Signed in the presence of James Hewek, Matthew Binning & John Paynter, 25 March 1687, proved 27 May 1693
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     George Ashby was mentioned in a deed dated 12 June 1689 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip signed 12 June 1689, entered 2 July 1689: George Ashby, blacksmith of St Philip, sold to John Frisell, a planter 20 acres with appurtenances, a dwelling house and appurtenances for £450. George Ashby also undertook within the 7 years and upon the reasonable request of John Frisell, his heirs, etc. to make such further deeds of conveyance in accordance with the law for the better conveying of the said bargained and sold premises. Witnessed by Christ. Webb & Robert Butler, proved 5 July 1689. George was a blacksmith, St Phillip.
     George Ashby and Deborah Unknown were mentioned in a deed dated 17 April 1690 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip, signed 17 April 1690, proved 20 March 1691: Deborah Hilton, a widow of the parish of St Philip, and the mother of George Ashby, made unto her said son all her estate by a deed of gift. In consideration of this fact, Geo Ashby undertook that she should be paid the annual sum of £12 during her life on Feb 1. Further George Ashby undertook that within a year of his mother's death that there should be paid to Elizabeth, Susannah & Deborah Peacock, the children of his (George Ashby's) sister, Deborah Peacock, the full sum of £50. For the better security of these payments, he had sold unto the said Deborah Hilton 5 negroes and 2 acres of land in the parish of St Philip bounding on the lands of the said George Ashby. Witnesses by Ambrose Niles & John Nusum.
     George Ashby married Dorothy T Nusum on 5 March 1692/93 in St Phillip, Barbados. Deed of George Ashby of St Philip signed 20 Feb 1692/3 proved 7 March 1692/3, entered 26 April 1693: George Ashby of the parish of St Philip, blacksmith & planter, for the real love, good will and affection which he had toward Dorothy Nusum, and in consideration of a marriage to be solemnised between them, sets about to make competent provision for her maintenance. He therefore for 5/- paid him by Thomas Laicy, a planter of Christ Church, granted him absolutely 6 acres of land in the parish of St Philip with all appurtenances and one "negro man", and that for no other purpose than for the use and benefit of Dorothy Nusum. Witnesses Jeffrey Battely, John Nusum.
     George died between 1698 and 1710. Possibly about 1710 - see John Ashby as exector re sale of slaves.
     His will was proved circa February 1710 at Barbados. Counter deeds of John Ashby - signed 6 Feb 1710 - judgement at Court of Common Pleas against John Ashby, clerk & Wm Bannister, executors of the will of George Ashby deceased, for the sum of £22, and in addition the charges upon which judgement had been issued under the Chief Judge. 2 negro slaves named Fan & Isaac belonging to John Ashby had been levied on. These slaves had been bought to market at Charles Town, alias Oistin's Bay, and had been bought by Christopher Bryon for £23 - that being the highest bid. ... proved 13 Feb 1710 [and] deed signed 9 Feb 1710, Christopher Bryan of St Philip sold to John Ashby of St Philip 2 negro slaves named Fan & Isaac for £23.

Child of George Ashby

Children of George Ashby and Dorothy T Nusum

George Ashby

(after 1729 - before 16 June 1759)
     A George Ashby had mulatto children at Nevis between 1752 and 1762 and died at Montross, Nevis, aged 40. [Caribbeana v.1].
. George Ashby was born after 1729 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of William Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby).
     In William Ashby's will dated 20 December 1750 in St Phillip, Barbados, George Ashby was named as heir; Will of William Ashby signed 20 Dec 1750 O.S. (sic) Entered 8 Feb O.S. (1751) - wife Mary Ashby - one half of estate real and personal during widowhood. She is to stand one half of the debts and maintenance of his children in a decent and frugal manner. Son George Ashby - £50 at 21 and 3 negroes; son John £100 at 21; daughter Dorothy Ashby £150 at 18; son Cornelius £100 at 21; daughter Mary Hart Ashby £150 at 18 years; son William, the other half of his estate, real and personal, and paying just debts and legacies, when due, and the whole estate at the death or intermarriage. Executor & executrix: his son William Ashby and wife Mary Ashby. His wife to be the guardian of his children with friends, John Gittens and John Wilson as friends-in-trust. Witnessed by John Vodry.
     George died before 16 June 1759 in Christ Church, Barbados. He was buried on 16 June 1759 in Christ Church, Barbados. Another George Ashby was buried at St Philip March 17 1768. He was buried on 17 March 1768 in St Phillip, Barbados.

George Ashby

(circa 1723 - before 22 February 1787)
     George Ashby was born circa 1723 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore.
     A George Ashby had mulatto children between 1752 and 1762 when he was buried, aged 40, of Montross, at St John's, Fig Tree, Nevis.
     George Ashby married Ann Unknown (Taylor) on 7 February 1760 in Barbados.
     George Ashby was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ashby dated 18 October 1760.
     George Ashby was mentioned in a deed dated March 1766 in St Phillip, Barbados. Counter deed of George Ashby of St Philip signed 11 March 1766. Elizabeth Taylor, spinster of St Philip, sold to George Ashby of the same parish 10 acres for £150. This land bounded on other land belonging to George Ashby. ... Signed in presence of Bryan Taylor and Robert Ashby jr. Proved 26 March 1766, entered 3 May 1766.
     George Ashby made a will dated 17 February 1787 in Barbados. George Ashby of St Philip, signed 17 Feb 1787: ... wife Ann Ashby to be supported by his heir and executor nephew Robert Ashby (his heir), also mentions Rachel Hunte, free negro & daughter.
     George died before 22 February 1787 in Barbados. He was buried on 22 February 1787 in St Phillip.
     His will was proved on 26 February 1787 at Barbados.

George Ashby

(10 November 1752 - )
     George Ashby was born on 10 November 1752 in Bridgetown, Barbados. He was the son of Edward Ashby and Susanna Cutting. George Ashby was christened on 15 September 1758 in Christ Church, Barbados.
     George Ashby married Mary Mason on 6 May 1773 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Children of George Ashby and Mary Mason

George Ashby

(circa 1707 - before 16 June 1759)
     A George Ashby had mulatto children betwen 1752 and 1762 at St John's, Fig Tree, Nevis, and died at Montoss, Nevis, aged 40, buried 3 April 1762. [Caribbeana v.1].
. George Ashby was born circa 1707 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of John Ashby and Elizabeth or Dorothy Wiltshire. George, John and Elizabeth was listed as a child of John Ashby in the in 1715 census in St Phillip, Barbados.
     George Ashby was mentioned in the will of John Ashby dated 9 March 1732/33.
     George died before 16 June 1759 in Christ Church, Barbados. He was buried on 16 June 1759 in Christ Church, Barbados. Another George Ashby was buried at St Philip March 17 1768. He was buried on 17 March 1768 in St Phillip, Barbados.