Ashbury Genealogy

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101 1627 : Born in Detford, Worcestershire, England.
1627 : Baptised in Detford, Worcestershire, England. 
ASHBERY, Thomas (I2954)
 
102 1627 : Buried in St Filumena, Caverswall, Staffordshire, England.
See 2902 
ASHBURIE, Dorothy (I3669)
 
103 1628 : Born in Defford, Worcestershire, England.
1628 : Baptised in Defford, Worcestershire, England. 
ASHBERY, Isabell (I2948)
 
104 1628 : Buried in Thorncombe, Dorset, England. Dorset Burials 1538-1812. ASHBURY, Thomas (I7523)
 
105 1628 : Married Anna HESTIE in, Cheshire, England. ASHBURY, Roger (I2759)
 
106 1628 : Married Bartholomew TOWERS in Allerton Mauleverer, Yorkshire, England. ASHBURIE, Elizabeth (I6685)
 
107 1628 : Married Elizabetha ASHBURIE in Allerton Mauleverer, Yorkshire, England. TOWERS, Bartholomew (I6783)
 
108 1628 : Married Roger ASHBURY in, Cheshire, England. HESTIE, Anna (I3738)
 
109 1629 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. Born before parents marriage!
1629 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. Parents recorded as Edward & Elizabeth ASHBURIE. 
ASHBURIE, Katherin (I2940)
 
110 1629 : Born in Caverswall, Staffordshire, England.
1629 : Baptised in Caverswall, Staffordshire, England. Father recorded as Thomas ASHBURY, mother not recorded. 
ASHBURY, George (I6620)
 
111 1629 : Born in Defford, Worcestershire, England.
1629 : Baptised in Defford, Worcestershire, England. 
ASHBERY, Thomas (I3883)
 
112 1629 : Born in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
1629 : Baptised in Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. Father recorded as John ASHBURYE. 
ASHBURYE, Charles (I7460)
 
113 1629 : Born in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1629 : Baptised in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.
~1663 : Married Rebecca in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.
Information from John Mellors.
1670 : Derby Central Library: DC 9954 p.33: Scarsdale Hundred Hearth Tax: 1670, Morton; Theophilus Ashbury - 2 hearths.
1690 : Died in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.
1690 : Buried in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England. [There is no evidence that this is the same Theophilus.]
See 3133. 
ASHBURIE, Theophilus (I2000)
 
114 1629 : Married Anne ASHBURIE in St Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, England. BOWYEE, Richard (I3666)
 
115 1629 : Married Richard BOWYEE in St Clement Danes, Westminster, Middlesex, England. ASHBURIE, Anne (I3665)
 
116 1630 : Married Elenam ASHBURY in Cheshire, England. PARRY, Edward (I3739)
 
117 1631 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. Born before parents marriage!
1631 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. 
ASHBURY, Elizabeth (I2325)
 
118 1631 : Born in West Kirby, Cheshire, England?
1631 : Baptised in West Kirby, Cheshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Rogerus (I3715)
 
119 1631 : Buried in All Saints, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. ASHBURIE, Jeremiah (I3677)
 
120 1632 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. [Deduced from baptism record] Born before parents marriage!
1632 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England.
1632 : Died in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Sara (I3774)
 
121 1632 : Born in Alwington, Devon, England?
1632 : Baptised in Alwington, Devon, England. 
ASHBERRY, John (I3712)
 
122 1632 : Born, probably in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England.
1632 : Baptised in St Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. 
ASHBURY, Francis (I7834)
 
123 1633 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. Born before parents marriage!
1633 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England.
1636 : Died in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Edward (I2936)
 
124 1633 : Born in Clerkenwell, London, England.
1652 : Married Bridget ASHBURY in St James, Clerkenwell, London, England. From Boyds Marriage Index London. 
THOMAS, Phillip (I1260)
 
125 1633 : Born in Holborn London, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1633 Baptised in St Andrew, Holborn, London, England.
Could be ASBURY 
ASHBURY, Mary (I2446)
 
126 1633 : Buried in St Leonard, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England. ASHBURIE, Anne (I3667)
 
127 1634
1634 : Baptised in St Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. 
ASHBURY, Mary (I2112)
 
128 1634 : Born in Alwington, Devon, England?
1634 : Baptised in Alwington, Devon, England.
1670 : Married Peter PEARD in Alwington, DEV.
Also from Boyd’s Marriage Index (1538-1840). 
ASHBERRY, Willmott (I4113)
 
129 1634 : Born in Clerkenwell, London, England.
1652 : Married Phillip THOMAS in St James, Clerkenwell, London, England. From Boyds Marriage Index London 
ASHBURY, Bridget (I1259)
 
130 1634 : Born in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1634 : Baptised in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.
1658 : Married Robert PARSON in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Elizabeth (I2001)
 
131 1635 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England.
1635 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England.
1667 : Married Thomas JANCEY in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. There is no evidence that it was this Susan who married Thomas JANCEY. 
ASHBURIE, Susanna (I3842)
 
132 1635 : Born in Caverswall, Staffordshire, England.
1635 : Baptised in Caverswall, Staffordshire, England. Parents recorded as Thomas & Edith ASHBURY. 
ASHBURY, John (I6617)
 
133 1635 : Born in Defford, Worcestershire, England.
1635 : Baptised in Defford, Worcestershire, England. 
ASHBURY, Simon or Symon (I2621)
 
134 1635 : Born in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England? [Deduced from baptism record]
1635 : Baptised in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. 
ASHBURY, John (I5557)
 
135 1636 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1636 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Edward (I2938)
 
136 1636 : Born in Alwington, Devon, England?
1636 : Baptised in Alwington, Devon, England. 
ASHBERY, Trestram (I4039)
 
137 1636 : Born, probably in Westminster, Middlesex, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1636 : Baptised in Saint Martin In The Fields, Westminster, Middlesex, England. 
ASHBERRY, John (I6787)
 
138 1636 : Married Dorothe ASHEBURIE in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England. CALLIBUT, John (I5283)
 
139 1636 : Married Dorothe ASHEBURIE in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England. ASHEBURIE, Dorothy (I7260)
 
140 1637 : Born in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England.
1637 : Baptised in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. 
ASHBURIE, Anne (I2937)
 
141 1637 : Born in Pershore, Worcestershire, England.
1637 : Baptised in Pershore, Worcestershire, England. Father recorded as Richard ASHBURY. 
ASHBURY, Anne (I1978)
 
142 1637 : Born in Whitechapel, Middlesex, England. [Deduced from baptism record]
1637 : Baptised in St Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, England. 
ASHBERY, William (I7426)
 
143 1637 : Married Essie WARBARTON in Grappenhall, Cheshire, England. ASHBURY, William (I862)
 
144 1637 : Married William ASHBURY in Grappenhall, Cheshire, England. WARBARTON, Essie (I2209)
 
145 1638 : Born in Caverswall, Staffordshire, England.
1638 : Baptised in St Peter’s, Caverswall, Staffordshire, England. Father recorded as Thomas ASHBURIE. 
ASHBURIE, Anne (I7457)
 
146 1638 : Born in Covent Garden, Middlesex, England.
~1650 : Eton. 'Eton College Register’’
1659 : One of the Cromwellian officers who seized Dublin Castle in Ireland.
1662 : Deputy Master of the Revels.
1671 : Married unknown RICHARDS in St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, England.
1682 : Visit to England and the Earl of Arran.
1684 : Appointed ‘Master of the Revels and Maskes’ on 11 Aug 1684, for life. From State Papers Ireland: William III.
1684 : Married Ann DARLING in St Michan, Dublin.
1692 : Dublin Observer 8 September 1832: Ashbury opened his Theatre on 23 March 1692…
1705 : Lieutenant-general William Stewart to Lord Ormonde: Refers to a lawsuit he lost owing to his absence in Ireland attending Parliament last winter, but will go thither to serve his Grace as soon as possible. Yesterday the prince spoke to him to make one Captain Lloyd a captain in the Irish guards. Asks whether Major Stewart or Captain Wansborrow is to be made major. Believes he will be able to prevail with Mr Ashbury, who is the chief hautboy to the guards, and the little boy his son, who is a trumpet, that sounds with the hautboys as they march with the guards. He is the prettiest boy that ever I saw, and I believe your Grace may remember him, and hope he and his father will not be disagreeable to your Grace. The Duke of Marlborough is very unwilling to part with him. Source: National Library of Ireland: RCHM xxxvi n. s. 8
Title: Ormonde Manuscripts. 10 February 1705, London.
1720 : Died.
1720 : Will. From Probate Record.
Foster, Joseph : London Marriage Licences 1521 - 1869.
From Calendar of Marriage Licences issued by the Faculty Office 1632-1714.
***Check death date: 24 Jul 1720, Dublin.
***Joseph's first wife may have been RICHARDS.
Source: National library of Ireland: RCHM xxxvi ii 237. Title Ormonde Manuscripts. undated [c1677] The King's Guard of horse. Joseph ASHBURY is listed as a Private. [Age;] 30 [Place of birth;] Covent Garden [Colour of hair;] Black [Time of entrance:] 1667 In the margin he is noted as a Comedian. (FONS)
Public Record Office: SP 63/361 ff.242-245: State Papers Ireland: William III: Account of Civil Employments in Ireland: being a list of patent offices and officers, the dates of their appointments, and how long to continue … Master of the revels and maskes, Joseph Ashbury, 11 August 1684, for life.
Also ASHBUREY
ASHBURY, JOSEPH (1638-1720), actor and theatrical manager, born in London in 1638, of good family, was educated at Eton, and entered the army. Quartered in Ireland when the protectorate of Richard Cromwell came to an end, he was one of the officers who were dismissed under the regime of the revived Rump Parliament, and he was also one of those who, in the royalist interest, seized Dublin Castle in the December of 1659. At the Restoration he was rewarded by the lieutenancy of a company of foot which Charles II granted to the city of Dublin, and the new lord-lieutenant, the Duke of Ormond, made Ashbury in 1662 one of the gentlemen of his retinue and deputy master of the revels. In 1682 he became master of the revels and patentee. The ditties or privileges of the latter post seem to have been nominal, since for years the only playhouse in Dublin, the Smock Alley or Orange Street Theatre, had been closed. But Ashbury, whose first wife was the sister of an actor, seems at this time to have turned his attention to professional acting and to have given instructions in the art with eminent success. About 1674 both he and Mrs. Betterton are mentioned as teaching the Princess Anne, afterwards queen, to play Semandra in Lee's ‘Mithridates’ when acted at Whitehall by persons of high rank (cf. Miss Strickland’s Queens of England (1852), vii. 15). When, in celebration of the overthrow of the Stuart cause in Ireland, ‘Othello’ was acted (Decernber 1691) at Dublin by amateurs, most of them officers of the garrison, Ashbury, who superintended the performance and played Iago, is spoken of as the only professional actor among the performers. About the same time he engaged in London a company which included Wilks, and attempted to revive the drama in Ireland by reopening the theatre in Orange Street with ‘Othello' on 23 March 1692. By skillful management and by encouraging promising histrionic talent – Booth and Quin were introduced by him to the boards – Ashbury secured for the Dublin stage a great reputation. He himself was an excellent actor, and his second wife, also an actress, gave him material assistance. Colonel Careless in the 'Committee’ and Don Quixote were among his best parts. In his 78th year he continued to act with success, and he survived to the age of 82, dying in the summer or autumn of 1720.
[Chetwood's General History of the Stage (1749) : Hitchcock's Historical View of the Irish Stage (1788); Genest's Account of the English Stage (1832), vol. x.; Carte’s Ormond (1736).]
F.E. Dictionary of National Biography 1885.

ASHBURY, JOSEPH, was born in London, of a good family, in 1638. He was educated at Eton, entered the army, and rose to a captaincy in Ireland, where he attracted the attention of the Duke of Ormond, lord-lieutenant, who made him one of the gentlemen of his retinue, and deputy-master of the revels. In 1682, on the death of Mr. Ogilby, he was appointed master of the revels, and theatrical patentee for Ireland. At that time, and long after, there were no regular dramatic performances in Dublin, but they were resumed immediately on the conclusion of the war caused by the Revolution. In December, 1691, "Othello" was acted at the Orange-street Theatre, the part of Iago by Ashbury, and the remaining characters by amateurs, among whom was the afterwards celebrated Wilks, whose Othello was so highly applauded, that he determined to make the stage his profession. The success of the experiment was altogether so decided, that Ashbury went over to England to engage a regular company, and re-opened the theatre on the 23rd of March, 1692, the day on which peace was proclaimed, with a repetition of "Othello." From that time to the close of his life, Ashbury continued at the head of the drama in Ireland. As a manager he displayed great spirit, and reaped considerable profit. Among the first-rate performers he introduced to the public were Booth and Quin. As an actor he was considered one of the first of his time; and he was reputed the best teacher of his art, so far as it can be taught, in the kingdom. He had the honour of instructing Queen Anne, then princess, in the part of Semandra in "Mithridates," when that tragedy was performed by persons of rank at Whitehall; and he also had the direction of the stage on that occasion. Ashbury died at Dublin, July 24, 1720 in his eighty-third year; he retained his faculties to the last, and performed even youthful characters when upwards of eighty. He had raised the Irish stage to a degree of respectability which it had never before attained, and was succeeded in its management by his son-in-law, Mr. Thomas Elrington, himself a performer of celebrity. Mrs. Ashbury, who survived her husband a short time, had been a favourite actress in his company. (Chetwood, General History of the Stage, pp.53, 79-87, 233, &c; Hitchcock, Historical View of the Irish Stage, i. 18-36; Some Account of the English Stage, by the Rev. John Genest, x. 273-281.) J. W.
Source: The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge G. Long 1842-1844 London.
See 7518. 
ASHBURY, Joseph ‘Joe’ (I837)
 
147 1639 : Born in Alwington, Devon, England? [Deduced from baptism record]
1639 : Baptised in Alwington, Devon, England. 
ASHBERIE, Tristram (I4041)
 
148 1639 : Born in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England?
1639 : Baptised in St Editha, Tamworth, Staffordshire, England. 
ASHBURY, Thomas (I2362)
 
149 1640 : Born in Fleet St, London City, England
1640 : Baptised in St Dunstan in the West, London City, England. 
ASHBERRY, Isabella (I7420)
 
150 1640 : Born, probably in Acton Beauchamp, Herefordshire, England. Date and place deduced from son Edward’s baptism record. Ashbury, Elizabeth (I2324)
 

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