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Nancy Ashenhurst

Also Known As: "Nancy Ashinhurst"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Brown, Ohio, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of unknown Ashenhurst
Wife of William Ashenhurst
Mother of John Ashenhurst; Margaret Ashenhurst; Mary Ashenhurst; Nancy Ashenhurst; Oliver Ashenhurst and 1 other
Sister of Ralph Ashenhurst; William Ashenhurst and Oliver Ashenhurst

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About Nancy Ashenhurst

Family tradition and various accounts published during the last [19th] century attest that Ashinhursts first set foot in the New World in 1793. In that year a group of three families originating in or near Ballykeel, Ireland landed at Norfolk, Virginia. Ballykeel is a village in County Tyrone, one of the six counties in Northern Ireland collectively known as Ulster. It is about three miles from Newton-Stewart, and ecclesiastically in the Parish of Captagh.

Two of the three families were headed by brothers, William and Oliver Ashinhurst. The third was that of their first cousin, William Ashinhurst, whose wife was their sister, Nancy.

Married

  1. William Ashinhurst (1742 – 1837)

Children

  1. Mary Ashinhurst
  2. Nancy Ashinhurst
  3. Ralph Ashinhurst (1760 – 1840). Married Sarah Campbell.
  4. Margaret Ashinhurst (1765 – 1863).
  5. John ASHiNHURST (1771 – 1856)
  6. Oliver Ashinhurst (1793 – 1859)

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Nancy Ashenhurst's Timeline

1744
1744
Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
1760
1760
Age 16
Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
1765
1765
Age 21
Ireland
1772
1772
Age 28
Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
1773
1773
Age 29
County Tyrone, , Ireland
1793
August 3, 1793
- August 3, 1793
Age 49
Norfolk, Virginia, United States

The Virginia Chronicle in 1793 listed only two ships from the British Isles arriving in Norfolk at August of that year. One was the Brig Venus, Capt. A. Davison, from Ireland on the 3rd. The other was the Queen of France. Cat. Trick, from Cork, on the 25th. The Venus, of course fits in more closely with the dates we have.
----Taken from the Ashenhurst Family Records.

August 6, 1793
Age 49
Norfolk, , Virginia
1840
1840
Age 96
Brown, Ohio, United States
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Ireland
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Ireland