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Re: ainscough family

Posted: 13 Jan 2007 12:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Ive uncovered the following about the origin of the name also on wikipedia.

It is thought that the name is derived from the Norse words "ask skog". The o is pronouced as oo (food) even now in Norway and Sweden—thus Askoog, Old English (Old Norse) meaning ash tree / forest. Although other sources suggest that Aiskew is a corruption of the words "Eiki Skogr" translating to Oak Wood. In Medieval English the name was pronounced - Akeskeugh.

This is also my line, Peter being my father - I'd love to hear from you - more info. about the family can be found at:
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
peter john ainscough 11 Jun 2002 7:15PM GMT 
5800faught 21 Jun 2004 7:57AM GMT 
stant0N 6 Sep 2005 11:29PM GMT 
barbaraainsco... 13 Jan 2007 7:37PM GMT 
joanne_horrid... 27 Jul 2007 8:42PM GMT 
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