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George Ashton (150706)
George was born c 1768 possibly> in Leyland, Lancaster and died in VanDiemans Land (Tasmania) in around 1854. He was send as a convictafter being tried at theSummers Assizes of the Palatinate of Lancaster (Lancaster G.D)15th August 1801 and sentenced to death, commuted to life and sentwith Collins to settle in Victoria. They of course came to Hobartinstead.> I do have more on his trial etc if anyone is interested.> He was very successful in Tasmania and owned land, became apolice> constable and was well regarded in the community.>> I am trying to link him to:> John Ashton B 1798 Free settler and come to Tasmania in 1830 tojoin> George but I am not suRe if he was his Uncle or father.> later joined by his wife (name unknown) and two children in 1835> Ellen b 1827 in Ireland and Hugh b 1825.>> Ellen is my great, great grandmother. Ian
Cutler family (133988)
I am trying to find some information regarding the mother of Elizabeth Cutler b:1810, in Euxton. I believe her mother was Margaret, and , according to the Euxton Hall register, there was no father named. Possible grandparents of Elizabeth, could be Bartholomew Cutler and Elizabeth, Married 1784 in Leyland. Any help, greatly appreciated, Mary.

 
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