Monday, November 27, 2006

Hugh AINSCOUGH (1816-1894) m Susan FAIRCLOUGH (1830-1923)

Susan Ainscough (nee Fairclough) family
Parbold 1880- Lancaster House
Parbold Ainscough
Liverpool & District Cricketers 1882-1947
Tom Ainscough 1925-26
OCC 1st XI 1898
1901 OCC Team Photo
Cricket team - Lancashire
Parbold Church 1984

These are the Great Grandparents of Mary Ainscough (Parbold Mary)
Generation 7. Hugh AINSCOUGH (1816-1894) m Susan FAIRCLOUGH (1830-1923)

They had the following 12 CHILDREN: 7 boys and 5 girls
James, Hugh, John and Thomas were enthusiastic 1st Class cricketers……as the images clearly show......John Ainscough being the grandfather of Mary Ainscough (living) and James, Hugh and Thomas were great uncles (see blog).....Mary Ainscough is my 6th cousin 3 times removed.
It is Hugh (father) and his brother Richard the Elder who are the Parbold benefactors, founders of the Catholic church in Parbold, Our Lady and all Saints - (they were the sons of Richard (1770-1849) m Elizabeth Livesey (1781-1852) Parbold Shopkeeper).

6.1 Elizabeth Ainscough (1855-1913)
6.2 Richard Ainscough(1856-1921)
6.3 *James Ainscough (1858-1933)
6.4 *Hugh Ainscough(1860-1945)
6.5 Catherine Ainscough (1861-1960)
6.6 *John Ainscough (1863-1937) grandfather of Mary Ainscough
6.7 *Thomas Ainscough (1865-1927)
6.8 Mary Ainscough(1867-1927)
6.9 Susannah Ainscough(1868 -1937)
6.10 Joseph Ainscough(1871-1902)
6.11 Annie Ainscough(1873-1954)
6.12 Francis Septimus Ainscough (1875-1896)
Thomas Ainscough -England
Full name Thomas Ainscough
Born February 23, 1865, Lancaster House, Parbold, Lancashire
Died November 20, 1927, Lancaster House, Parbold, Lancashire (aged 62 years 270 days)
Major teams Lancashire
Batting style Left-hand bat
Obituaries in 1927
AINSCOUGH, MR. THOMAS, who was born at Lancaster House, Parbold, on February 23, 1865, died there on November 20, aged 62. Although he played only occasionally for Lancashire, he rendered much service to the county's cricket both as captain of the Second Eleven and as a member of the Committee. Many times he appeared in big matches for Liverpool and District teams, and in games against Yorkshire made scores of 61 not out, 50 and 61.

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