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Ashburnham, John.
Adm. Fell.-Com. at CLARE, July 6 1801. [2nd s. of Sir William (1758), Bart.] B. Dec. 26, 1770, in Scotland Yard, Westminster.
Matric. Michs. 1810; B.D. 1815.
Succeeded his brother, Sir William, as 7th Bart., Mar. 23, 1843.
R. of Guestling, Sussex, 1795-1854.
V. of Cocking, 1796-8. Preb. and Chancellor of Chichester, 1796-1854.
V. (and patron) of Pevensey, 1816-54.
Married (1) Fanny, dau. of William Foster, of Hollington, Sussex, July 4, 1804; (2) Anne, dau. of Thomas Harman.
Died Sept. 1, 1854, at Guestling.
Brother of Denny (1799).
(G.E.C., III. 196; Cant.
Act. Bk.; Boase
Approx. lifespan: 1770–1854
Adm Fell.-Com. Clare College 1801:07:06
2nd s. of Sir William ASHBURNHAM (1758), Bart.]
b. Scotland Yard, Westminster, [London], 1770:12:26
Matric 1810:10MT:
BD 1815
Succeeded his brother, Sir William, as 7th Bart. 1843:03:23
R.: Guestling, East Sussex , 1795-1854
V.: Cocking, [West Sussex], 1796-98
Prebendary and
Chancellor of: : Chichester, [West Sussex], 1796-1854
V. (and patron) of Pevensey, [East Sussex], 1816-54
m. (1) Fanny FOSTER dau. of William FOSTER, of Hollington, Sussex , 1804:07:04
m. (2) Anne HARMAN dau. of Thomas HARMAN
d. Guestling, [East Sussex], 1854:09:01
brother of Denny ASHBURNHAM (1799)
( G.E.C ., III. 196; Cant. Act. Bk.; Boase .)