Friday, April 04, 2008
Wilfred Ainscough b.1899 Mawdesley
Many thanks to John Cobham (email@example.com) for providing these details about another line of the Mawdesley Ainscough descendants, stemming from my GGGGG grandparents John Ainscough (1752-1835) m Margaret Worthington (1751-1835). A WILL is available to obtain for those of you interested in gathering evidence. This line of Ainscoughs has now ended.
James(1711-1782) m Margaret (1739-?), Mawdesley
John Ainscough (1752-1835) m Margaret Worthington (1751-1835), Mawdesley
John Ainscough (1794-1872) m Margaret Wignall (1797-1866), Mawdesley
John Ainscough (1838 -1916)m 1862 Ellen Smith (1837-1892),Rutters Farm, Mawdesley
William John (1866-1942) m Teresa Valentine (1872-1921), Higher Barn Farm, Mawdesley
Wilfred Ainscough b.1899 m Alice Wright in 1931 - no children
Cyril Francis 1901-1996 married but no children
Vincent b.aft.1901 - unmarried
Gertrude b.aft.1901-1990? - unmarried
Lucy b.aft.1901 - unmarried
About Wilfred Ainscough b.1899
Residence: 1901 Copyhold Farm, Wrightington - Later moved to Paradise Farm, Shevington
Spouse: Alice Wright 1931
John Cobham writes: Uncle Wilf married my mothers sister, so his brothers & sisters were only related by marriage & also he lived just down the road from us in Mawdesley, so I saw him almost daily.
His brother Cyril was born in 1901 & all the others were younger, I used to take my mother to visit Gertie & Lucy. Of the remaining siblings only Cyril married & he didn't have any children so the line died out when cousin Francis died in 1996. From leaving school, presumably at age 13 until aged about 45 -50 he worked on the family farm in Shevington, from about 1950 he worked at the Royal Ordnance Factory in Euxton nr Chorley until he retired.
Paradise Farm in Shevington was sold for building & Vin, Gertie & Lucy retired to a large house in Newburgh nr Parbold. Gertie was the last to die approx 1990.
I'm nearly sure, but can't be 100% certain, that Teresa Valentine's brother married John Ainscoughs sister Mary - so that's another line to go down!!.....it never ends