John Ashe (minister)
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John Ashe (1671–1735) was an English dissenting minister.
Ashe was the son of a grocer at Tideswell, Derbyshire. After being taught at Chesterfield by Mr. Foxlow, and at Wirksworth by Mr. Ogden, he was sent in 1688 to Rathmell Academy. He was chaplain for a time to Lady Sarah Houghton of Houghton Tower, Lancashire, but returned to the Peak and was a minister at Ashford.
He published an account of the life of his uncle, the Rev. William Bagshaw, ‘the Apostle of the Peak’ (1704); a few sermons; and prepared for the press eleven volumes of sermons, of which only one appeared. A life of Ashe was published by John Clegg, presbyterian minister of Chapel-en-le-Frith, in 1736.
- Stephen, Leslie, ed. (1885). "Ashe, John". Dictionary of National Biography. 2. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
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