Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Dublin Ainscough, Annie -descendant Patrick Morris

Dublin Ainscough Tree
Dublin Ainscough_Annie (Ainsc) b.1895 & James Canning

I received a surprise email, right out of the blue, this afternoon from Patrick Morris (pajmorris@topmail.ie) over in Dublin, Ireland.....Im not sure of any links with our branch yet but when I get a moment shall have a good look to see if there is a possibility. Does anybody else recognise this family?...read on and let me know.....

1.1 James Ainscough b.1815, Wigan - d.23rd July 1873, Liverpool - married Winifred Rosbottom b.1815, Chorley - d.6th November 1884, Liverpool (wedding 25th August 1834)- Chorley, 1841 census
James and his wife are described as a labourer and a cotton weaver in the 1841 census.

children :
2.1 Henry b.1836, Horwich Chorley - d.10th April 1902, Liverpool m Margaret Calderbank - b.? Lancs.- d. 8th August 1902, Liverpool
2.2 Jeremiah - b. Chorley
2.3 Charles - b. Liverpool

3.1 James (b.1861, Stepney, London - d.1904) m. Mary Ellen Deane (1865-1947)

Great grandchildren

4.1 Henry 1883
4.2 Mary 1886
4.3 Joseph 1887
4.4 Charles 1888
4.5 Margaret 1890
4.6 Annie 1895
4.7 Winifred 1897

"Dear Barbara,
I have been researching my maternal grandmother’s family tree for the last three years. Her name was Annie AINSCOUGH. I have traced the family back to Chorley in Lancashire. James Ainscough, lived with his wife Winifred Rosbottom and their two sons Henry and Jerimiah, at Bengal St, Chorley, Lancashire. This information appears on the 1841 census. The family subsequently moved to Liverpool. Henry Ainscough became a cooper and moved with his brother Charles to London, where they lived in Church Row ,Limehouse, Stepney. They then moved to Dublin to work with the Guinness Brewery, circa 1865.
I have done all my research from Dublin and I wondered if you have come across this Ainscough line in your research? I would love some more information the earliest is a marriage entry in Standish parish (St Wilifred’s C of E) for James and Winifred 28/08/1834. I cannot research further back from that date as I live here in Dublin.
All the family here in Dublin are Roman Catholics.
There is an entry for a James Ainscough son of Henry and Margaret in St John’s RC, Wigan 1/10/1814 which would tie-in with the age profile, but that is all the info I have.

If you have any information no matter how slight, I would be most appreciative.
Your site is fantastic and heartfelt congratulations on it.

Regards and many thanks,

Ps Some of the family moved back to FLINT? Circa 1880’s. I am sure the family must still be there as I get the impression it is a rather small area in Wales!

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