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Ashley helped build the Ann Arbor Railroad and served as its president from 1877 (when he moved to Ann Arbor while two of his sons were enrolled at the University of Michigan Law School) until 1890, when his sons took over. However, the railroad went.
Contents. Early and family life edit Ashley was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to John Ashley, a bookbinder and. Campbellite preacher who evangelized in Kentucky and West Virginia, and his wife Mary A. (Kilpatrick) Ashley of Kentucky. As a boy in the. Ohio River valley.
He suspected Johnson's ties with southern oligarchs. In January 1867, Ashley initiated impeachment proceedings against Johnson, and the following February the House formally charged Johnson with "usurpation of power and violation of law by corruptly using the appointing, pardoning, and veto powers, by disposing corruptly.
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He died of heart failure after a fishing trip on September 16, 1896, in Alma, Michigan (known for its sanitoriums and was interred in Woodlawn Cemetery (Toledo, Ohio). A eulogy at the Unitarian Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan mentioned his large size, "intellectually, physically and.
James Mitchell Ashley (November 14, 1824 September 16, 1896) was an American politician and abolitionist. A member of the Republican Party, Ashley served as a member of the. United States House of Representatives from Ohio during the American Civil War, where he became a leader.
He grew to hate the "peculiar institution" (which he considered a violation of Christian principles) and the oligarchy that supported it. Ashley was mostly self-taught in elementary subjects, although his father wanted him to follow family tradition and become a Baptist minister. Rather than attend.
He also authored the Arizona Organic Act. However, he opposed The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially polygamy, and limited Utah 's boundaries to reduce Mormon influence. During the American Civil War, Ashley took an active role in supporting the recruitment of.
His great-great grandson Thomas William Ludlow Ashley, was later elected a U.S. Representative from Ohio. Ann Arbor, Michigan named a street leading to its railroad depot after Ashley. His descendant James Ashley IV recently completed a portrait of his great-grandfather, which is installed in the.
James Ashley was an active abolitionist who traveled with John Brown 's wife to Brown's execution in December, 1859, and reported the event in the still-extant local newspaper, the Toledo Blade. In 1858, he led the Ohio Republican Party. As the year ended, Ashley was.