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Simeon Ashe or Ash (died 1662) was an English nonconformist
clergyman, a member of the Westminster Assembly and chaplain to the
Parliamentary leader Edward Montagu, 2nd Earl of Manchester. He was
educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He began his career as
minister in Staffordshire, but was ejected from his living on
account of his refusal to read the Book of Sports and to conform to
other ceremonies. On his dismissal Sir John Burgoyne befriended him
and allowed him the use of an 'exempt' church at Wroxhall; and he
was afterwards under the protection of Robert Greville, 2nd Baron
Brooke. He was a regular Sunday preacher at Warwick Castle, and
friend of Thomas Dugard.
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