Reginald Charles Ashe, 18731945 (aged 72 years)

Name
Reginald Charles /Ashe/
Given names
Reginald Charles
Surname
Ashe
Birth 1873 23

Birth of a sisterEvelyn Constance Ashe
1875 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a brotherEgerton Sidney Ashe
1877 (aged 4 years)

Birth of a brotherHerbert Cecil Ashe
1879 (aged 6 years)

Birth of a brotherNorman Leslie Ashe
1880 (aged 7 years)

Birth of a brotherCyril Hector Ashe
April 8, 1882 (aged 9 years)

Birth of a brotherArthur Percival Edwin Ashe
1884 (aged 11 years)

Birth of a sisterLela Gertrude Ashe
1885 (aged 12 years)

Birth of a sisterRuby Winifred Ashe
1887 (aged 14 years)

Birth of a brotherAlfred C Ashe
1887 (aged 14 years)

Birth of a sisterFlorence Elizabeth Ashe
1888 (aged 15 years)

Magistrate October 27, 1899 (aged 26 years)

Note: NEW MAGISTRATES.

NEW MAGISTRATES.

In the list of new magistrates, gazetted last Saturday, appear the following names:- Reginald Charles Ashe, of Bogie, Capertee Valley.

MarriageMarion Effie JamisonView this family
1904 (aged 31 years)

Birth of a sonReginald W J Ashe
1907 (aged 34 years)

Birth of a daughterMargaret Effie Ashe
1908 (aged 35 years)

Death of a fatherCharles William Ashe
February 15, 1927 (aged 54 years)

Note: Extract from New South Wales Death Certificate

Extract from New South Wales Death Certificate Reg. No: 1927/003024 Name: Charles William Ashe, Retired Grazier Date of Death: 15 February 1927 Place of Death: Sunney Corner Road, Portland Sex and Age: Male, 80 years Cause of Death: Senile decay Name of Father: John Joseph Ashe Occupation of father: Grazier Name of Mother: Elizabeth McPhillamy Informant: Egerton Sidney Ashe, Son, Angus Avenue, Kandos Date of Burial: 16 February 1927 Place of Burial: Portland Cemetery, Church of England Section Place of Birth: Bathurst, New South Wales Place of Marriage: St. John's Bishopthorpe, Sydney, New South Wales Age at marriage: 26 years Wife: Elizabeth Smith Children living:

  • Reginald, 54 years
  • Evelyn, 52 years
  • Egerton, 50 years
  • Norman, 46 years
  • Cyril, 44 years
  • Arthur, 43 years
  • Lila, 41 years
  • Ruby, 39 years
  • Florence, 38 years
  • 2 males deceased.

(http://www.ashefamily.info/ashefamily/3757.htm)

Note: Kandos News.

Kandos News. Late Mr. Ashe DIED AT PORTLAND Following a protracted illness, the death of Mr. Charles Ashe, occurred at Portland, on Tuesday morning. The deceased who was well known in pastoral circles throughout the State leaves a wife and grown up family which includes Mr. R. C. Ashe, Bogie, and Messrs. E. S. and Cyril Ashe Kandos (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 17 February 1927, page 28).

Death of a motherSusannah Elizabeth Smith
December 15, 1927 (aged 54 years)
Note: Extract from New South Wales Death Certificate

Extract from New South Wales Death Certificate Reg. No: 1927/018816 Name: Susannah Elizabeth Ashe Date of Death: 15 December 1927 Place of Death: Sunney Corner Road, Portland Age at Death: 77 years Cause of Death: Malignant disease of breast and neck Name of Father: Samuel Smith Occupation of father: Grazier Name of Mother: Elizabeth Askeel Informant: Egerton Ashe, Son, Angus Avenue, Kandos Date of Burial: 17 December 1927 Place of Burial: Wallerawang General Cemetery, Portland Road, Wallerawang Place of Birth: Mulgunna, Trunkey, New South Wales Place of Marriage: St. John's, Bishopthorpe, Sydney, New South Wales Age at marriage: 22 years Husband: Charles William Ashe Children living:

  • Reginald, 54 years
  • Evelyn, 52 years
  • Egerton, 50 years
  • Norman, 46 years
  • Cyril, 44 years
  • Arthur, 43 years
  • Lela, 41 years
  • Ruby, 39 years
  • Florence, 38 years
  • 2 males deceased. (http://www.ashefamily.info/ashefamily/3763.htm)
Note: ASHE – December 15, 1927, at her residence, Rosedall, Portland, Susan Elizabeth, widow of the late C…

ASHE – December 15, 1927, at her residence, Rosedall, Portland, Susan Elizabeth, widow of the late Charles William, aged 77 years. At Rest. (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 17 December 1927, p. 16).

Note: OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

MRS CHARLES ASHE.

Mrs Charles Ashe, who was highly esteemed in the Rylstone district, passed peacefully away at Portland on Thursday last, in her 78th year. The deceased was the widow of a prominent district grazier, and was the daughter of the late Mr Samuel Smith of Mulgunnia Station, Trunkey. A family of 9 survive, including Messrs R. C. Ashe (Bogie), Norman (Grenfell), Arthur (Wallerawang), Cyril (Clandulla), and Robert (Kandos).(Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative Monday 19 December1927, p. 2)

Note: Obituary The death occurred at Portland on Tuesday last of Mrs. S. E. Ash, relict of the late Mr. C.…

Obituary The death occurred at Portland on Tuesday last of Mrs. S. E. Ash, relict of the late Mr. C. W. Ash, aged 77 years. Deceased was married in St. John's Church, Glebe, in 1872, theirs being the first marriage celebrated in that church. The couple lived together in perfect harmony for 54 years, and were blessed with a family of five girls and four boys, all of whom survive. The venerable lady was one of the most highly esteemed residents of the district, and her demise will be deeply regretted. The funeral took place to the Wallerawang cemetery, and was largely attended (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 22 December 1927, page 28).

Residence 1932 (aged 59 years)
Court April 30, 1936 (aged 63 years)

Note: CONSTRUCTION OF SETTLEMENT.

CONSTRUCTION OF SETTLEMENT.

Public Trustee v Ashe and others.

This was an originating summons taken out by the Public Trustee to determine the title to a share in the station property known as Bogie, in the Rylstone district. The defendants were the 18 next-of-kin of Mr. Henry Rathbone Ashe, deceased.

In 1876, Mrs. Elizabeth Ashe, being the life tenant with power of appointment in respect of certain lands known as Bogie, executed a deed of appointment In favour on her death of her son, Henry Rathbone Ashe, and her daughter, Elizabeth Mary(subsequently Mrs. Cleeve), and their issue. In 1891 Henry Rathbone Ashe conveyed to trustees the moiety of the lands which passed to him on the death of his mother on trust for himself during his life and after his death for his issue and,failing issue, then for his 'right heirs.' The Public Trustee was appointed as trustee of this settlement by the Perpetual Trustee Company, which was the executor of the surviving trustee under the 1891 deed.

Henry Rathbone Ashe died in 1932, a bachelor. By his will he appointed Mr. Reginald Charles Ashe, his nephew and one of the defendants in these proceedings, to be his executor and to him devised all his property.

The Court was asked to determine, on construction of the settlements, who were the persons entitled to the beneficial estate in the moiety of the lands settled by Henry Rathbone Ashe or whether any estate or interest in the lands resulted backto the personal representatives of the original settlor.

On behalf of the next-of-kin, other than Reginald Charles Ashe, it was submitted by Mr. Henry that Heniy Rathbone Ashe's estate was limited to a life estate and that the words "right heirs" in the deed of 1891 were words of purchase and not oflimitation that on the death of Henry Rathbone Ashe the heirs would be entitled to fee simple.

For Reginald Charles Ashe it was contended by Mr. Dudley Williams, K.C., that the rule in Shelley's case applied and that as Henry Rathbone's estate was legal and that of the heir was legal Henry Rathbone Ashe had a fee simple and the titlepassed in fee simple to Reginald Charles Ashe under the will.

His Honor held that Reginald Charles Ashe was entitled to the fee simple and that the rule in Shelley's case did apply. The question of costs was allowed to stand over.

Mr. Norman Pilcher (instructed by Mr. M. A A. Kirkpatrick) appeared for the Public Trustee, Mr. H. A. Henry (instructed by Mr. M. A. A. Kirkpatrick) for 17 of the next-of-kin; and Mr. Dudley Williams, K.C., and Mr. V. G, Wesche (instructed byMessrs. Campbell, Campbell, and Campbell) for Reginald Charles Ashe. (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 30 April 1936, p. 7).

Death of a wifeMarion Effie Jamison
July 9, 1940 (aged 67 years)

Note: DEATH

DEATH

Mrs. Marion E. Ashe

THE death occurred at Rylstone on Tuesday of Mrs. Marion Effie Ashe, wife of Mr. R. C. Ashe, of Bogie, Rylstone, and mother of Mrs. J. B. Beberidge and Mr. W. Ashe, also of Rylstone. The funeral took place at Glen Alice on Wednesday. Furtherparticulars will appear in a later issue. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative Thursday 11 July 1940, p. 5)

Marriage of a childAurel Vernon SmithMargaret Effie AsheView this family
1945 (0 after death)

Death December 17, 1945 (aged 72 years)

Probate April 18, 1946 (4 months after death)

Research task
SRNew South Wales Probate Series 4-312443 Item Reginald Charles Ashe - Date of Death 17/12/1945, Granted on 18/04/1946
May 21, 2016

Research task
SRNew South Wales Primary Application PA 24653 Item Primary Application - Reginald Charles Ashe Umbiella Creek County of Hunter 08 Dec 1922 ~ 08 Dec 1922
May 21, 2016

Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage1872St John's Church, Glebe, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
himself
3 years
younger sister
18751959
Birth: 1875 25
Death: September 5, 1959Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
18851968
Birth: 1885 35
Death: February 16, 1968
3 years
younger sister
1 year
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
18881973
Birth: 1888 38
Death: September 23, 1973St George Hospital, Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Marion Effie Jamison
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage1904
4 years
son
2 years
daughter
19081995
Birth: 1908 35 31
Death: February 5, 1995St John of God Private Hospital, Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Magistrate

NEW MAGISTRATES.

In the list of new magistrates, gazetted last Saturday, appear the following names:- Reginald Charles Ashe, of Bogie, Capertee Valley.

Court

CONSTRUCTION OF SETTLEMENT.

Public Trustee v Ashe and others.

This was an originating summons taken out by the Public Trustee to determine the title to a share in the station property known as Bogie, in the Rylstone district. The defendants were the 18 next-of-kin of Mr. Henry Rathbone Ashe, deceased.

In 1876, Mrs. Elizabeth Ashe, being the life tenant with power of appointment in respect of certain lands known as Bogie, executed a deed of appointment In favour on her death of her son, Henry Rathbone Ashe, and her daughter, Elizabeth Mary(subsequently Mrs. Cleeve), and their issue. In 1891 Henry Rathbone Ashe conveyed to trustees the moiety of the lands which passed to him on the death of his mother on trust for himself during his life and after his death for his issue and,failing issue, then for his 'right heirs.' The Public Trustee was appointed as trustee of this settlement by the Perpetual Trustee Company, which was the executor of the surviving trustee under the 1891 deed.

Henry Rathbone Ashe died in 1932, a bachelor. By his will he appointed Mr. Reginald Charles Ashe, his nephew and one of the defendants in these proceedings, to be his executor and to him devised all his property.

The Court was asked to determine, on construction of the settlements, who were the persons entitled to the beneficial estate in the moiety of the lands settled by Henry Rathbone Ashe or whether any estate or interest in the lands resulted backto the personal representatives of the original settlor.

On behalf of the next-of-kin, other than Reginald Charles Ashe, it was submitted by Mr. Henry that Heniy Rathbone Ashe's estate was limited to a life estate and that the words "right heirs" in the deed of 1891 were words of purchase and not oflimitation that on the death of Henry Rathbone Ashe the heirs would be entitled to fee simple.

For Reginald Charles Ashe it was contended by Mr. Dudley Williams, K.C., that the rule in Shelley's case applied and that as Henry Rathbone's estate was legal and that of the heir was legal Henry Rathbone Ashe had a fee simple and the titlepassed in fee simple to Reginald Charles Ashe under the will.

His Honor held that Reginald Charles Ashe was entitled to the fee simple and that the rule in Shelley's case did apply. The question of costs was allowed to stand over.

Mr. Norman Pilcher (instructed by Mr. M. A A. Kirkpatrick) appeared for the Public Trustee, Mr. H. A. Henry (instructed by Mr. M. A. A. Kirkpatrick) for 17 of the next-of-kin; and Mr. Dudley Williams, K.C., and Mr. V. G, Wesche (instructed byMessrs. Campbell, Campbell, and Campbell) for Reginald Charles Ashe. (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 30 April 1936, p. 7).