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Ash, Richard Robert Drummond.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at JESUS, Mar. 4, 1848.
Of Sussex. 2nd s. of John George (1814), clerk, deceased.
B. 1831.
School, Tonbridge.
Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856.
Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Peterb.) 1853; C. of Benefield, 1852-3. C. of St Andrew's and All Saints', Barnwell, Northants., 1853-60, and of Oundle.
V. of Cocking, Sussex, 1860-88.
V. of Saxby All Saints', Lincs., 1888-96.
Died June 14, 1896, at Emery Down, near Lyndhurst.
Brother of Selby A. H. (1855).
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; The Times, June 16, 1896.)
Richard Robert Drummond ASH
Approx. lifespan: 1831–1896
Adm pens. aged 18 Jesus College 1848:03:04
Of Sussex ,
2nd s. of John George ASH (1814), clerk, deceased.
b. 1831
Sch: Tonbridge
Matric 1848:10MT:
BA 1852
MA 1856
Ord. deacon 1852
Ord. priest Peterborough 1853
C.: Benefield, [Northamptonshire], 1852-53
C.: St Andrew's and All Saints', Barnwell, Northamptonshire , 1853-60, and
Of Oundle, [Northamptonshire],
V.: Cocking, Sussex , 1860-88
V.: Saxby All Saints', [Saxby], Lincolnshire , 1888-96
d. Emery Down, near Lyndhurst, [Hampshire], 1896:06:14
brother of Selby A. H. ASH (1855)
( Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; The Times 1896:06:16)