Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameRobert Ainscough
Birth1851, Blackrod
Death1925, Wigan
FatherWilliam AINSCOUGH (1816-1884)
MotherFanny HOLDING (1814-1855)
Birth1857, Wigan
ChildrenJohn William (1879-)
 Ralph (1881-1925)
 Harry (1885-1939)
 Fanny (1895-1982)
Notes for Robert Ainscough
Robert Ainscough was the son of William Ainscough (1816) and Fanny Holding. In 1861 he was working a drawer in a coal mine and was living at Farm House in Blackrod. In 1871 he was working as a collier and was lodging with his elder brother William in Cock Tavern Yard, Blackrod. He married Elizabeth Winnard around 1880. In 1881 he was working as a colliery engine winder driver and was living at 14 Regent Street in Pemberton. In 1891 he was living in Plank Lane, Atherton. In 1901 he was the landlord of the George & Dragon public house - the listed as being in Northumberland Street, Wigan. In 1911 he was still landlord of the George & Dragon - but this was listed as being at 33 Whelley, Wigan - and he was a widower, living with daughter Fanny.

• 1. 1861 Census. Farm House, Blackrod. Robert Ainscow. Son. Age 10. Coal Miner's Drawer. Born in Blackrod. • 2. 1881 Census. 14 Regent Street, Pemberton. Robert Ainscough. Head. Age 29. Colliery Engine Winder Driver. Born Haigh. • 3. 1871 Census. Cock Tavern Yard, Blackrod. Robert Ainscough. Lodger. Age 21. Collier. Born Haigh. • 4. 1901 Census. George & Dragon, 33 Northumberland Street, Wigan. Robert Ainscough. Head. Age 50. Publican. Born Wigan. • 5. 1891 Census. 184 Plank Lane, Atherton. Robert Ainscough. Head. Age 39. Colliery Engine Winder. Born Haigh. • 6. 1911 Census. George & Dragon Inn, 33 Whelley, Wigan. Robert Ainscough. Head. Widower. Age 59. Publican Licensed Victualler. Born Haigh. • 7. Death Registers. Jul. 1925. Robert Ainscough. Wigan. 8c. 48. Age 74.
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