Ash, St George

Ash, St. George, bishop of Derry, was born in 1658, became fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, 1679, and provost of Trinity, 1692. He was appointed bishop of Cloyne in 1695, was translated to Clogher, 1697, and thence to Derry in 1716. He died in Dublin in 1717. He published a number of separate sermons, and contributed to the papers of the Royal Society, of which he was a member.

 
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