'Ashby' can also refer to...

Alexander of Ashby (1154—1214) prior of Canons Ashby, poet, and religious writer

Arthur Wilfred Ashby (1886—1953) agricultural economist

Ashby H. B. Monk


Canons Ashby

Cliff Ashby (b. 1919)

Dame Margery Irene Corbett Ashby (1882—1981) feminist and internationalist

David of Ashby (fl. c. 1250—1285) Dominican friar

Dorothy Ashby (1932—1986)

Eric Ashby (1904—1992) botanist and university administrator

F. Gregory Ashby

George Ashby (c. 1380—1475) administrator and poet

George Ashby (1724—1808) antiquary and Church of England clergyman

Harold Ashby (1925—2003)

Harry Ashby (1744—1818) engraver

Henry Ashby (1846—1908) paediatrician

Irving Ashby (1920—1987)

Jeffrey Shears Ashby (b. 1954)

John Ashby (1915—1979)

Joseph Ashby (1859—1919) farmer and social reformer

Michael Ashby

Sir John Ashby (1646—1693) naval officer

Thomas Ashby (1874—1931) archaeologist

Turner Ashby (1828—1862)

Winifred Mayer Ashby (1879—1975) medical researcher


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(Puccini: La fanciulla del West). Bass. Agent of the Wells Fargo Transport Company. It is Ashby who breaks the news that the bandit Ramerrez is somewhere in the vicinity and provides a photograph (sent by an old girlfriend of the bandit) which the sheriff can use to convince Minnie of Dick Johnson's real identity. Created (1910) by Adamo Didur.

Subjects: Opera.

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