|Birth: ||Jun., 1847|
Thomas Ash was the son of 3rd great maternal maternal grandmother Adaline (Downs) Ash and their slaveholder's cousin born - into the chattel enslavement system Charles Ash's Anderson Plantation.
By 1870, he lived with his mother's parents in Taylorsville, Spencer County, Kentucky before he relocated to Nelson County with his sister. There in 1885 he married Eliza King. After sometime, he and his family - along with his sister and her family - relocated to Indiana where they raised their families in a close knit community.
While in Mitchell, Lawrence County, Indiana - he offered his memories of enslavement and took part in the WPA Folk History concerning enslaved peoples in the United States.
From Thomas & Eliza "Liza" (King) Ash's union was born:
Alonzo Emerson "Lon" Memorial# 73274157
Lelia Edris "Lulu"
Adaline Downs Ash (____ - 1932)
Eliza King Ash (1864 - 1940)*
Etta Ash English (1886 - 1964)*
Louis Thomas Ash (1887 - 1939)*
Jessie Katherine Ash Gaddie (1890 - 1957)*
Alonzo Emerson Ash (1896 - 1987)*
Ralph William Ash (1904 - 1928)*
Thomas Ash (1847 - 1939)
Anna Elizabeth Harper (1870 - 1946)*
Mitchell City Cemetery
Plot: Moore-Edwards 4 SouthEast, Lot 377
Maintained by: ronnie (h. saron)
Originally Created by: RabbitTrack
Record added: Aug 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74565655