John Ashley

(c. 1734—1805) conductor and bassoonist

'John Ashley' can also refer to...

John Francis Ashley Erskine (1895—1953) politician and administrator in India

John James Ashley (1771—1815) organist and singing teacher

MULLENS, John Ashley (1869 - 1937)

WALLER, John William Ashley (1892 - 1975)

Ashley, John [Jack], Baron Ashley of Stoke (1922-2012), politician

145. To John Ashley Warre, 30 September 1834

Ashley, John (died 1834), singer, composer, bassoonist

John Ashley (died 1805), Bassoonist, conductor and General Christopher Ashley (1769 - 1818), Violinist and John James Ashley (1771 - 1815), Organist, pianist, singing master and Charles Jane Ashley (1772 - 1843), Cellist and Richard Godfrey Ashley (1774 - 1836), Violinist, viola player, timpanist

Erskine, John Francis Ashley (1895 - 1953), Major late Scots Guards

TAYLOR, John Ashley (1946 - 2012), a Circuit Judge, since 2006

Ashley, John (c. 1734-1805), conductor and bassoonist

Ashley, John James (1771-1815), organist and singing teacher

GIBSON, John Ashley (1885 - 1948), author and journalist; Originated and Edits Outward Bound Library

Erskine, John Francis Ashley, Lord Erskine (1895-1953), politician and administrator in India

CATTERALL, John Ashley (born 1928), Senior Executive, Engineering Council, 1997–99

ASHLEY, Michael St John (born 1954), non-executive Director, since 2013, and Chairman, Audit Committee, since 2014, Barclays plc

GRENVILLE, John Ashley Soames (1928 - 2011), Professor of Modern History, University of Birmingham, 1969–94, then Emeritus

NOBLE, John Ashley (born 1944), Bishop of North Queensland, 2002–07; Vicar, St Andrews with St Luke’s, Clifton Hill, North Fitzroy, 2007–11

Marshall, Ashley. The Practice of Satire in England, 1658–1770. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 456 pp. £31.00/$59.95. ISBN 978–1–4214–0816–3

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