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Ainscoughs from Liverpool ca 1863

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Re: Ainscough Surname

Posted: 6 Mar 2008 8:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
HiJunebugr
this is interesting.....Im very interested in the origins of the Ainscough name and this sheds new light on a French connection. Up until now our links have led us to Scandinavian/ Viking origins. However, I have found online there is no reason why ther cannot be a Scandinavian/ French/ English link. Do you have any evidence to support the translation of the name Ansgot to Ainscough? Ansgot is quite easy to trace on the internet with many noble Mediaeval families bearing the name and also a place in France. I look forward to your reply.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
vhiber 23 Feb 2000 3:47PM GMT 
Shirley Doran 18 Jul 2000 9:07AM GMT 
patrickmorris 16 Sep 2000 8:30AM GMT 
Jeff Ainscough 15 Dec 2000 4:32AM GMT 
@@jelly_baby7... 24 Feb 2001 2:23AM GMT 
Ed Ainscough 13 Apr 2001 7:29AM GMT 
Jeff Ainscough 16 Apr 2001 8:06AM GMT 
junebugr10296... 15 Feb 2008 5:20AM GMT 
barbaraainsco... 6 Mar 2008 3:55PM GMT 
junebugr10296... 7 Mar 2008 1:51AM GMT 
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