He may have been baptised 20 March 1777 at Wickersley, Yorks, the son of Benjamin Ashbury (mother's name not given). Wickersley is a village only 2 miles from Bramley.
He married Ann Kesteven on 12 August 1798 at Treeton, Yorks.
Ann Asbury of Bramley, wife of George, died 6 July 1812 of consumption and was buried 10 of July 1812 aged 36.
In 1841, at Bramley, George Asbery was aged 65-70, an agricultural labourer. With him was Allice Asbery aged 65-70 and Barbara Asbery aged 7. All were born in the county.
In 1851 at Bramley, George (Assbury) was a widower and aged 75, an agricultural labourer born at Bramley. With him was his unmarried sister, Alice Assbury aged 78 born at Bramley, his unmarried granddaughter Alice Barbra Assbury (house servant crossed out) aged 18 born at Maltby, his son-in-law John Ellis aged 41 a quarry labourer born at Wickersley, his daughter Sarah Ellis aged 40 born at Bramley, Ann Ellis aged 6 and Elizabeth Ellis aged 4 both born at Bramley.
A possible death for George was on 9 February 1859 at Bramley. He was aged 83 and died from decay of nature and influenza 4 months. The informant was Mary Asbery of Bramley (no relationship stated). This fits with the possible baptism and place where the family was living.
George and Ann's children were:
Posted October 2016