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of Ashmore, Dorsetshire
Ashmore, a parish in the hundred of Cranborne in the Shaston (west) division of the county of Dorset, 5 miles southeast of Shaftesbury (Topographical Dictionary of England, Lewis, Vol. 1, p. 52) ... only 1.86 mi. west of Tollard Royal, Wilts; 2.56 mi. southeast of Compton Abbas; and 4.97 east of East Orchard and 6.39 southwest of Swallowcliffe, Wilts.
1633-5 Visitations, London, Blashford Family, p. 80
1 Richard BLASHFORD of Dorchester + Frances da. of .... COMBS of Ashmore in com. Dorset 2 John BLASHFORD of Dorchester eldest sonne 2 William BLASHFORD who lives in Cayne in Normandy [France] 2 Henry BLASHFORD 4 sonne in Chichester [Sussex] 2 Thomas BLASHFORD 5 sonne in Roane in Normandy 2 Margery uxor John HOZARD of Lime com. Dorset 2 Richard BLASHFORD of London merchant living 1633 + Ellinor da. of Robert WATERTON of Newport in the Isle of Wight 3 Richard  3 Robert BLASHFORD sonne and heire 9 years old 1633  3 Frances  3 Elinor  2 Frances wife to John SEWARD of Lime 2 Edith wife to Richard CHURCHILL of Dorchester
The above Frances COMBS Blashford has not yet been identified.
See Also John SEAWARD [sic] of Isle of Wight Co, VA
As of 1998, there were no IGI parish extracts for this parish.
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