Ashford is a relatively common English placename: it goes back to Old English æscet, indicating a ford near a clump of ash trees. It may refer to:

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Ashford Hospital, Adelaide - History
... Ashford Hospital (originally named Ashford Community Hospital) was opened in 1950 as a joint venture between the Unley, Mitcham, West Torrens and Marion Councils and a group of local doctors ... It was the second hospital opened on the same site with Ashford Private Hospital first opening in 1935, which was run by two nursing sisters who sold the hospital to ... In 1995, Ashford was the first private hospital in South Australia to open an emergency department which now attends to approximately 20,000 patients each year ...
List Of Slayers Characters - Minor Characters - Ashford
... Ashford (アシュフォード, Ashufōdo?) is a powerfully built man with sandy-grey hair, as well as a cowboy mustache and short beard ... The party run into Ashford when they order Dragon Cuisine at a restaurant that advertised that as one of the meals ... Unfortunately, Ashford was not present and the cooking staff tried to fool their customers with some fresh orc and whale meat in the corner of the ...
St David's School, Middlesex - History - Ashford
... In 1857 the school moved out of London to a new site at Ashford, Middlesex ... to the Powis Castle estate in Montgomeryshire, but returned to its Ashford site in 1946 ... In 2010, the Ashford buildings were taken over by St James Schools and opened as St James Senior Boys' School ...
Ashford, Nebraska
... Ashford, now a ghost town, was a community in Banner County, Nebraska, United States ... Named the temporary county seat of Banner County on 25 January 1889, it possessed a post office that opened in October 1888 and closed on 24 July 1902 ...
Lindsay Ashford (author)
... Lindsay Ashford is a British crime novelist and journalist ... Raised in Wolverhampton, Ashford became the first woman to graduate from Queens' College, Cambridge in its 550 year history ... Ashford was then employed as a reporter for the BBC before becoming a freelance journalist, writing for a number of national magazines and newspapers ...

Famous quotes containing the word ashford:

    My own idear is that these things are as piffle before the wind.
    —Daisy Ashford (1881–1972)

    Bernard always had a few prayers in the hall and some whiskey afterwards as he was rather pious.
    —Daisy Ashford (1881–1972)

    I am parshial to ladies if they are nice[.] I suppose it is my nature. I am not quite a gentleman but you would hardly notice it.
    —Daisy Ashford (1881–1972)