Margaret Nurse Ashby

(27 July 1828 - )
     Margaret Nurse Ashby was christened on 27 July 1828 in St George's, Barbados. She was the daughter of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes.
     In Jane Ann Ashby's will dated 13 November 1841 in St George, Barbados, Margaret Nurse Ashby was named as heir.
Margaret Nurse Ashby married George Hunter Turney on 15 November 1855 in St George, Barbados.

Mary Ashby

(circa 1692 - before 6 April 1731)
     Mary Ashby was born circa 1692 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of Unknown Ashby.
     Mary Ashby and Elizabeth Ashby were recorded in 1715 census in St Phillip, Barbados. Elizabeth Ashby, 25, spinster, Mary Ashby, aged 23, spinster.
     Mary Ashby made a will dated 6 February 1730/31. Will of Mary Ashby, spinster of St Phillip, signed Feb 6th 1730, Entered April 8 1731: cousin: Samuel Gitten's son, Joshua Gittens £50 at present in father's hand. Cousin: Rebecca Gittens £16. Cousin: Edward Gitten's son Samuel - £20 to buy him a negro. Cousin: Hannah Gittens £16. Cousin: Nathaniel Gitten's son, John £16. Cousin: Hannah Busehll, chest of drawers, saddle and one negro girl. Cousin: Joshue Bushell, a slave. Cousins: Georg Bushell jr., Hannah Bushel, Joshua Bushell and Henry Bushell. Executors: her cousins George Bushel and Samuel Gittens. Witnesses: Jno Pritchard, Edward Gittens, Edward Gill.
     Mary died before 6 April 1731 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     Her will was proved on 8 April 1731 at Barbados.

Mary Ashby

(before 1738 - after October 1760)
     Mary Ashby was born before 1738 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore.
     Mary died after October 1760. Executor of her father's will..

Mary Ashby

(11 August 1766 - )
     Mary Ashby was born on 11 August 1766 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was christened on 12 August 1766 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of Robert Ashby and Susanna Sisnett.

Mary Ashby

(before 23 November 1715 - )
     Mary Ashby was born before 23 November 1715 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was not mentioned in the 1715 census, and was less than 21 in March 1732 when her father made his will. Her mother died before 23 November 1715 presumably in childbirth. She was the daughter of John Ashby and Elizabeth or Dorothy Wiltshire.
     Mary Ashby was mentioned in the will of John Ashby dated 9 March 1732/33.

Mary Ashby

(13 March 1773 - )
     Mary Ashby was christened on 13 March 1773 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of John Ashby and Mary Niles.
     Mary Ashby was mentioned in the will of Christopher Ashby dated 21 August 1780.

Mary Ashby

(8 May 1778 - after August 1780)
     Mary Ashby was born on 8 May 1778 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of John Ashby and Mary Niles. Mary Ashby was christened on 15 June 1778 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados.
     Mary died after August 1780.

Mary Ashby

(5 August 1783 - )
     Mary Ashby was christened on 5 August 1783 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of Cornelius Ashby and Sarah Mounter.

Mary Ashby

(27 February 1796 - )
     Mary Ashby was born on 27 February 1796 in Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of Samuel John Ashby and Jane Ann Riley. Mary Ashby was christened on 16 May 1796 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.
Mary Ashby married Jonas Lyle Kirton before 1821 in Barbados.

Mary Ashby

(8 May 1778 - )
     Mary Ashby was born on 8 May 1778 in St Michael, Barbados. She was the daughter of Robert Moore Ashby and Mary Arthur. Mary Ashby was christened on 15 June 1778 in St Michael.

Mary Catherine Ashby

(25 November 1835 - )
     Mary Catherine Ashby was christened on 25 November 1835 in St George's, Barbados. She was the daughter of Francis Ashby and Margaret Ann Garnes.
     In Jane Ann Ashby's will dated 13 November 1841 in St George, Barbados, Mary Catherine Ashby was named as heir.
Mary Catherine Ashby married George James Garnes on 26 September 1860 in St George, Barbados.

Mary Christian Ashby

(25 September 1807 - )
     Mary Christian Ashby was christened on 25 September 1807 in St Phillip, Barbados. She was the daughter of George Thomas Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Unknown (Ashby).
Mary Christian Ashby married John Benjamin Merritt Edghill on 19 November 1833 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Mary Elizabeth Ashby

(say 1790 - before 30 April 1791)
     Mary Elizabeth Ashby was born say 1790. She was the daughter of Samuel John Ashby and Elizabeth Unknown (Ashby).
     Mary died before 30 April 1791 in Bridgetown, Barbados. She was buried on 30 April 1791 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Mary Elizabeth Ashby

( - after 10 June 1847)
     Mary Elizabeth Ashby was the daughter of Alexander Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby).
     Mary Elizabeth Ashby made a will dated 10 June 1847 in St George's, Barbados. 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.
     Mary died after 10 June 1847 in St George, Barbados.

Mary Elizabeth Ashby

     Mary Elizabeth Ashby married Robert John Cooper Thomas, son of William Pharon Thomas and Margaret Ann Ashby.

Mary Elizabeth Ashby (Sinckler)

(9 May 1785 - )
     Mary Elizabeth Ashby (Sinckler) was christened on 9 May 1785 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of William Ashby and Elizabeth Jones.
     In William Ashby's will dated 29 June 1820 in St Michael, Bridgetown Barbados, Mary Elizabeth Ashby (Sinckler) was named as heir.

Mary Hart Ashby

(after 1731/32 - 19 August 1751)
     Mary Hart Ashby was born after 1731/32. She was the daughter of William Ashby and Mary Unknown (Ashby).
     In William Ashby's will dated 20 December 1750 in St Phillip, Barbados, Mary Hart Ashby was named as heir.
     Mary was buried on 19 August 1751 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Mary Louisa Ashby

(23 January 1852 - )
     Mary Louisa Ashby was christened on 23 January 1852 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of Samuel William Ashby and Lydia Unknown (Ashby).

Mary Louise Ashby

(circa 1867 - 19 January 1888)
     Mary Louise Ashby was born circa 1867. She was the daughter of Alexander Ashby and Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton.
     Mary died on 19 January 1888 in St George's, Barbados.

Mary Margaret Miller Ashby

(1791 - )
     Mary Margaret Miller Ashby was born in 1791 in Christ Church, Barbados. She was the daughter of William Ashby and Elizabeth Honour Wilkinson. Mary Margaret Miller Ashby was christened on 30 November 1799 in Christ Church, Barbados. As their parents were both deceased when they were baptised, they cannot be the children of William & Elizabeth Honour (Wilkinson).

Mrs Matthew Ashby

( - before 13 March 1690/91)
     Matthew died before 13 March 1690/91 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was buried on 13 March 1690/91 in St Michael, Bridgetown.

Miles Ashby

(5 October 1851 - )
     Miles Ashby was christened on 5 October 1851 in St John, Barbados. He was the son of Samuel William Ashby and Matilda Oxley.

Millicent O'Brien Ashby

(13 February 1872 - )
     Millicent O'Brien Ashby was christened on 13 February 1872 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. She was the daughter of James Alexander Ashby and Sarah O'Brien Crawford.

Nathan Ashby

(22 September 1788 - 1847?)
     Nathan Ashby was born on 22 September 1788 in Bridgetown, Barbados. The family bible shows: September 22 1788 This morning at two o'clock (a.m.) Nathan Ashby, son to Jno Lewis & Margt Reba Ashby his wife was born.. He was the son of John Lewis Ashby and Margaret Rebecca Vodry. Nathan Ashby was christened on 19 May 1790 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.
     In John Lewis Ashby's will dated 28 November 1801 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Nathan Ashby was named as heir.
Nathan Ashby married Sarah Harbourn Nowell on 8 June 1813 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. The Barbados Mercury & Bridgetown gazette reported: Married On Tuesday last, N. Ashby Esq of the Customs of this port to Miss Sarah Nowell. Nathan Ashby was mentioned in a letter from George Canning dated 1825. Geo Canning to Mrs Reddish: London, March 13 1825, Dear Madam, The inclosed Memorandum, with the letter which accompanies it, will shew you what remains to be done to enable Mr Ashby to take possession of his office in Tobago. The first point (the Memorial to the Board of Customs) I can get done for you; but as to the other two, Mr Ashby's friends must take the necessary steps themselves. I apprehend that if Mr Ashby was born in Barbados the customs, upon a certificate of the fact & of Mr Ashby's age might be induced not to insist upon waiting for the production of the regular certificate of baptism from Barbados, but of this I am not sure. I am, dear Madam, Geo Canning.
     May 16 1825, Dear Madam, I am now enabled to offer to Mr Ashby, the office of Comptroller at St Vincent, Geo Canning. Mrs Reddish.
     Letter from London, May 17 1825 to Mrs Reddish: Dear Madam, I believe I said by mistake St Vincents in my letter of yesterday. It is St Lucia. Believe me, dear Madam, G C.
     1826 June 16 Letter to Mrs Reddish from Geo Canning: I return the letter which you have inclosed to me from which I ... yours which accompanied it, I am sorry to hear that your brother's appointment has not ... his expectations. I have no means of ascertaining any thing beyond what ....
     1826 Envelope from Geo Canning, London August 18th to Mrs Reddish, Lower Redland, Bristol - Dorothy must have visited England for this correspondence. Nathan was the Comptroller of Customs in Lucea, Jamaica, West Indies, in December 1825. There are files relating to Nathaniel Ashby, customs house official of Jamaica at the PRO.
     Nathan Ashby travelled to Jamaica, West Indies, in December 1825 per the "Perserverance". The Royal gazette of Jamaica on 10 Dec 1825 p. 25, reported:
Passengers arrived. In the Perseverance:—Nathan Ashby, Esq. Mrs. Ashby, and six children". He was a slave owner on 29 February 1836 in St James parish, Jamaica. Nathan Ashby had 4 slaves and was awarded £116/12/6 in compensation. He was a slave owner on 18 April 1836 in Barbados. He had 4 slaves and was paid £54/7/6 in compensation. This may refer to Nathan Lewis Ashby, but he is probably too young.
At Kingston, Jamaica, on 8 Feb in her 91st year, Mrs May Judith Nowell, relict of the late Nathaniel Nowell of this island and mother in law of Nathan Ashby esq. Collector of Customs, Falmouth, Jamaica.
     Nathan died in 1847? In Jamaica. ... The excellent father of the above deceased youth, an old, valued friend of ours, departed this life in Februrary just a few days after his return to Jamaica from England, whither he had been for many months in pursuit of health..

Children of Nathan Ashby and Sarah Harbourn Nowell

Rev Nathan Ashby

(circa 1818 - 25 August 1853)
     Rev Nathan Ashby was born circa 1818 in West Indies. He was the son of Nathan Ashby and Sarah Harbourn Nowell. Nathan was a clergyman at Jamaica in 1838. Nathan Ashby and W N Ashby (who was a curate at St James - Montego Bay were listed in the Letters and papers of individual missionaries, catechists and others - C.W./0,13-100 of the Church Missionary Society, who were in Jamaica prior to and during 1838
The printed register of Church Missionary Society Clerical and Lay missionaries describes him as Nathan Ashby, of Jamaica. 1838, taken up in Jamaica as a catechist. 1841 ordained deacon by Bishop of Jamaica. In local connexion. 1842, transferred to colonial establishment, and connexion closed, on the withdrawal of the Mission. The West Indies Mission catalogue of the CMS describes him as the brother of W N Ashby: Jamaica, Birman Wood (St George) 1838; Elstree (Manchester) 1839; Salt Savannah 1840 [closed down October 1840]; Normal School, the Grove, St Andrews) 1840-41; Kinston 1850. He is mentioned in letters 1840 & 1850, and quarterly reports 1838-1840. He christened Louis Fullarton Mackinnon on 3 November 1848 in Kingston, Surrey, Jamaica. He was baptised by Nathan Ashby. Nathan Reverend Nathan Ashby, island curate, St. Michael's Chapel at Kingstown in 1851. He christened Ellen Mary Mackinnon on 9 February 1852 in Jamaica. Ellen Mary, born 18 August 1851, daughter of Lewis Fullarton MacKinnon of Halse Hall, and Sarah his wife, by the Rev Nathan Ashby.
She married Charles Frederick Douet on 17 Jan 1882 at Kingston.
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     Nathan's death was registered in the quarter ending on 25 August 1853 in Bath, Somerset.

Nathan Lewis Ashby

(19 November 1801 - )
     Nathan Lewis Ashby was christened on 19 November 1801 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados. He may be the father of Sarah Elizabeth Ashby, daughter of Nathan & Agnes Ashby, christened 30 Dec 1845 at St Catherine's, Middlesex, Jamaica. He was the son of George Ashby and Mary Mason.

Patriarch Ashby

Children of Patriarch Ashby

Richard Ashby

(before 1655 - )
     Richard Ashby married Margaret Reeves. Richard Ashby was born before 1655. He witnessed the will of Peter Hunt on 4 January 1674/75 in St George's, Barbados. Richard witnessed the will of Peter Hunt, of St George's parish. He witnessed the will of Teage Honan on 7 June 1679 in St George, Barbados.
     Richard Ashby was mentioned in a deed dated 20 June 1681 in St George, Barbados. Deed of Richard & Margaret Ashby signed 20 June 1681 - Richard & Margaret Ashby of the parish of St George Barbados, sold to Robert Park of St George 1/2 acre of land for £8. The boundaries on the land of private people are given in the deed. Should the heirs of Richard Ashby ever give trouble to the heirs of Robert Park, they are to pay them £16. Witnesses: Ralfe R Raine, George Sadleir & William Bradhewise. Proved 1 July 1681.
     Richard died in Barbados.

Robert Ashby

(before 1745 - )
      A Robert Taylor Ashby, son of Robert Ashby was buried in 1791 - the dates have been torn from original.. Robert Ashby was born before 1745 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was mentioned as son of Thomas in his grandfather's will 1760.. He was the son of Thomas Ashby and Sarah Unknown (Ashby).
     Robert Ashby was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ashby dated 18 October 1760.
     In George Ashby's will dated 17 February 1787 in Barbados, Robert Ashby was named as executor of the estate.

Robert Ashby

(before 1727 - )
     Robert Ashby was born before 1727 in St Phillip, Barbados. He was the son of Thomas Ashby and Susannah Moore.
Robert Ashby married Susanna Sisnett on 11 February 1747/48 in St Phillip, Barbados.
     Robert Ashby was mentioned in the will of Thomas Ashby dated 18 October 1760.
A Robert Ashby jr. witnessed deed between Elizabeth Taylor and George Ashby of St Philip 11 Mar 1766, his son Robert would be too young.

Children of Robert Ashby and Susanna Sisnett