Bladen Ashby

Bladen Ashby served in the American Revoluntionary War.

Bladen Ashby was born in 1759 at Bladensburg, Maryland. He died in 1828 and is buried on the farm now owned by Mrs. Pearl Beck Clark, near Middleboro. A government marker was placed by the Richmond Chapter of the D. A. R. He was married to Catherine Van Meter. Children were Milton who was married to Poly White; Abraham who was married in 1824 to Mariah Jones; Eleanor who was married in 1813 to Joseph Pemberton; Lavena who was married in 1828 to William Auston; Lettice who was married in 1827 to Andrew Penland; Elizabeth who was married in 1805 to Amos Smith; David; Gideon; Elijah; Hankerson and Thomas.

Source: Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, 1938, page 44-45.

View an article about Bladen Ashby dated February 28, 1930 - Palladium Item

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