Rev William Ainsworth, 1839-1897

Entered ministry 1863

Rev William Ainsworth from the Southampton Circuit records
Vicky Green
Minutes of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference, 1898
Veronica Green

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  • Rev’d William Ainsworth died 15th August 1897 while living at 126 St Marys Road, Great Bowden, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, present at his death was his son Sydney Carly Ainsworth. Cause of death was Caries of the spine and foot, Amputation of foot, Hypostatic congestion of the lungs and cardiac failure. Buried in Market Harborough Cemetery section F, plot AX1 next to the road 4th grave from the chapel on the right hand side. In the 1901 census Mary Ann Caroline Ainsworth (Found under Mary E G Ainsworth) living with, Edith Raistrick, Arther Ogden and Wesley Douglas, later found in the 1911 census living in Peterborough, Mary Ann Caroline Ainsworth died 12th January 1920 and is buried at Thrapston Cemetery, Northamptonshire

    By Paul Ainsworth (12/03/2022)
  • At the time of the 1891 census the Ainsworth family were living at 112 High Street, St Peter at Gowts, Lincolnshire. The entry lists the following children, Elsie Marian Ainsworth, Percy Clough Ainsworth, Edith Raistrick Ainsworth, Sidney Carley Ainsworth, Arthur Ogden Ainsworth, and Wisley Douglas Ainsworth. Elsie‚Äôs grandmother Mary Gallard lived with the family, as did a servant, Lucy Emma Grundy.

    By Michael Herbert (12/07/2021)

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