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Ainscoughs from Liverpool ca 1863

Ainscoughs from Liverpool ca 1863

Posted: 23 Feb 2000 3:47PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jul 2006 1:11PM GMT
Searching for other descendents of James and Isabella (DEMAIN) AINSCOUGH.
They were both widowed when married in Liverpool in 1861, were counted in the 1870 census
in Barton County, Missouri. Daughter Jane married Albert HAYES, Alice married Frank ULRICH,
John was Postmaster in Banning, CA from 1901 until his death in 1913.

Ainscough Family Name

Shirley Doran (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jul 2000 9:07AM GMT
My name is Shirley Anne Ainscough Brown Doran. My father's name was Clifford Arnold Ainscough who married Edith Annette Martin and from that marriage came me, Shirley Doran, two sons, Clifford Gary Ainscough and Ray Gordon Ainscough.
I had three daughters, Ginger Myleen Ainscough born 4/23/61, Candy Chasteena Brown, born 7'/25/63 and Cookie Shireen Brown, born 12/21/64. Ginger Myleen Ainscough married Steve Shelton and since has divorced. Candy Chasteena Brown married Gregory Edward Determan and they have three children named Chaz Gregord Determan born 2/10/89, Chasteena Determan, born 2/10/94 and Dillon, born 3/31/95. Cookie Shireen Brown married Gregory James Voges and bore two children named Austin James Voges, born 5/21/93 and Maddison Haley Voges, born 7/31/95.

It is my understanding that anyone with the name of Ainscough is somehow kin to me. I have a little bit of information on the Ainscoughs, some that my brother discovered and some that i discovered through traveling and looking in phone books.

Started writing info and ran out of space. contact me if you would like more.
Shirley doran shirleydoran@sprintmail.com
or 916 386-2020

ainscough

patrickmorris (View posts)
Posted: 16 Sep 2000 8:30AM GMT
Would be interested if anyone has information on the above surname my great grandfather came to Dublin from Liverpool 1890s to work as a cooper in the Guinness brewery.

Ainscough

patrickmorris (View posts)
Posted: 16 Sep 2000 8:31AM GMT
Would be interested if anyone has information on the above surname my great grandfather came to Dublin from Liverpool 1890s to work as a cooper in the Guinness brewery.

descendents of James and Isabella

Jeff Ainscough (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2000 4:25AM GMT
You might try contacting my grandmother. She has done alot of work on the Ainscough geneaology. I'll be back in the U.S. on 12/18/00. Send me an e-mail if you would like more info.

info on Ainscough surname

Jeff Ainscough (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2000 4:32AM GMT
My grandmother may be of some help to you. I'll be back in the U.S. on 12/18/00 if you would like to e-mail me for more info.

More Ainscough Info

Posted: 16 Dec 2000 6:02PM GMT
Edited: 29 Jul 2006 1:11PM GMT
Jeff - I would love more information. Please email me: vhiber@earthlink.net. Thanks!
Posted: 24 Feb 2001 2:23AM GMT
Edited: 6 Mar 2002 7:38PM GMT
have you looked on the 1891 census, this my place him for you.

Ainscough Surname

Ed Ainscough (View posts)
Posted: 13 Apr 2001 7:29AM GMT
I would be very interested in any history or facts on the surname. My understanding is that it is an old Lancashire name with strong roots back to Scandanavian origins. My line of the family all came form Preston, UK, but I now live in Oz.

Additional Info

Jeff Ainscough (View posts)
Posted: 16 Apr 2001 8:06AM GMT
My grandmother has done alot of genealogy research, If you want more info send me an e-mail at jeff.ainscough@level3.com and I'll get you her phone # or possibly an e-mail address.
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