Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameCharles Ainscough
Birth1848, Haigh
FatherWilliam AINSCOUGH (1816-1884)
MotherFanny HOLDING (1814-1855)
Spouses
Birth1837, Westhoughton
ChildrenEllen (1873-)
 Emma (1875-)
 William (1878-)
 Mary (1880-)
 Fanny (1883-)
 Jane (1886-)
 Annie (1890-)
Notes for Charles Ainscough
Charles Ainscough was the son of William Ainscough (1816) and Fanny Holding. In 1851, he was living in Canal Row, Haigh. In 1861, he was working as a drawer in a coal mine and was living in Farm House in Blackrod. In 1871 he left Little Scotland where he was a coalminer and married Miriam O'Hara. In 1881, he was working as a coal miner and was living at 61 Scot Lane in Aspull. In 1891 he was was working as a coal miner and was living at 17 Holly Street, Aspull. In 1901, Charles was working as a labourer in a coal mine and was living at 1 Princess Street in Ince. In 1911 he was tenter at a colliery and living at 21 Turners Yard in Pemberton.

Sources
• 1. 1851 Census. Canal Row, Haigh. Charles Ainscough. Son. Age 3. Born Haigh. • 2. 1861 Census. Farm House, Blackrod. Charles Ainscow. Son. Age 13. Coal miner's drawer. Born Blackrod. • 3. 1881 Census. 61 Scot Lane, Aspull. Charles Ainscough. Head. Age 34. Coal miner. Born Haigh. • 4. 1901 Census. 1 Princess Street, Ince (Little Lane, Pemberton). Charles Ainscough. Head. Married. Age 53. Labourer in Coal Mine. Born Haigh. • 5. Marriage Registers. Jun. 1871. 8c. 13. Wigan. • 6. 1891 Census. 17 Holly Street, Aspull. Charles Ainscough. Head. Age 44. Coal Miner. Born Haigh. • 7. 1871 Census. Little Scotland, Westhoughton. Charles Ainscough. Son. Age 24. Coalminer. Born Haigh. • 8. 1911 Census. 21 Turners Yard, Pemberton. Charles Ainscough. Head. Age 64. Tenter at Colliery. Born Aspull.
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