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  1. John Ashley was an American actor, producer and singer. He was best known for his work as an actor in films for American International Pictures, producing and acting in horror movies shot in the Philippines, and for producing various television series, including The A-Team.
  2. John Ashley was a 20th-century American outlaw, bank robber, bootlegger, and occasional pirate active in southern Florida during the 1910s and 1920s. Between 1915 and 1924, the self-styled "King of the Everglades" or "Swamp Bandit" operated from various hideouts in the Florida Everglades. His gang robbed nearly $1 million from at least 40 banks while at the same time hijacking numerous shipments of illegal whiskey being smuggled into the state from the Bahamas. Indeed, Ashley's gang was so effective that rum-running on the Florida coast virtually ceased while the gang was active. His two-man raid on the Bahamas' West End in 1924 marked the first time in over a century that American pirates had attacked a British Crown colony.
    • born on (127 years ago) in Fort Myers
    • died on (91 years ago) in Roseland
  3. John Ashley: John George Ashley was a referee in the National Hockey League. He was born in Galt, Ontario.
  4. John Ashley appeared in the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey.
  5. John Ashley was the father of a remarkable family of musicians who flourished towards the end of the eighteenth century.
  6. John Ashley was an Anglican priest.

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Google previewThe Ludgate (1894)

John Ashley is a swindler of the first magnitude, and, as such, should receive the undivided attention of those who are supposed to represent the law.” “Good,” said Mr. Bennett, approvingly, “very good indeed. We will now proceed a little ...

Google previewFood Security in the Developing World (2016)

by John Michael Ashley

John Ashley is a practitioner of food security at the levels of formulating national food security strategies, project design and field implementation, and evaluating programs and projects which have sought to increase resilience to food ...

Google previewRed Grass River (2009)

A Legend by James Carlos Blake

John Ashley is a well-drawn, colorful protagonist.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer “A saga of the seedier side of the early pioneers in Florida. . . . Colorful and entertaining. The novel is gritty, rustic, and raw.

Google previewA Commercial Dictionary (2004)

Containing the Present State of Mercantile Law, Practice, and Custom by Joshua Montefiore

John Ashley, Esq. George F. Abbott, Albany. John H. Andrews, Boston, B Thomas Badaraque. Jonathan Barry. A. Belin. Clement Biddle, Esq. Horace Binney, Esq. James Boggs, Samuel F. Bradford, 6 copies. Byrne &: Hudson, 5 copies.

Google previewThe Full Points Footy Encyclopedia of Australian Football Clubs (2008)

by John Devaney

John Ashley 1914; ...

Google previewThe Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge-- (1844)

by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long

"John Ashley." This was regarded as a triumph, and boasted of as an exploit ; whereas the performance was, of necessity, lame, imperfect, and discreditable. It had an injurious effect upon Salomon's exertions, who was better fitted than any ...

Google previewA Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland and Scotland, Extinet, Dormant and in Abeyance. E. Ed (1846)

by John-Bernard Burke

to John Ashley, Esq., of Ashley, in the county of Chester. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Fitton, Esq., of Pownall, Cheshire. Joane, m. to William Holt, Esq. Isabella. Catherine. Sir William d. in 1476, ...

Google previewA General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerages of England, Ireland, and Scotland, extinct, dormant, and in abeyance ... England (1846)

by John Burke

to John Ashley, Esq., of Ashley, in the county of Chester. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Fitton, Esq., of Pownall, Cheshire. Joane, m. to William Holt, Esq. Isabella. Catherine. Sir William d. in 1476, ...

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