Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
Birth16 Dec 1870, Lindsay Terrace, Aspull
Death10 Feb 1952, 1 Ox Hey Lane, Lostock
Burial14 Feb 1952, Ridgemont Cemetery, Lostock
FatherRalph AINSCOUGH (1841-1917)
MotherEllen BOOTH (1843-1923)
Birth19 Dec 1877, Westhoughton
Death13 Jul 1959, 1 Ox Hey Lane, Lostock
Burial16 Jul 1959, Ridgemont Cemetery, Lostock
FatherSamuel WINWARD (1852-1903)
MotherImmin (Emma) MANGNALL (1851-1920)
Marriage5 Nov 1898, St. Bartholomew's, Westhoughton
ChildrenRalph (1899-1967)
 Mary Ellen (1900-1947)
 Ann (1901-)
 Fanny (1903-1991)
 Imin (1906-1959)
 Ellen (1908-)
 Alice (1911-2005)
 Doris (1917-1994)
Notes for George AINSCOUGH
George Ainscough was born on 16th December 1870 in Lindsay Terrace, Aspull. He was the son of Ralph Ainscough (b. 1841) and Ellen Booth, and was baptised in Haigh on January 29th 1871. At the 1871 census he was aged 3 months and living in Little Scotland in Blackrod. In 1881 he was at school and was living at 434 Top Toll Bar in Westhoughton. In 1891 he was working as a railway stoker and was living with his parents at 256 Chorley Road in Westhoughton. On 5th November 1898, at the age of 27, he married Mary Ellen Winward at St. Bartholomew's Church in Westhoughton. He was working as a locomotive fireman and living in Manchester Road in Westhoughton. In 1901 he was living at 49 New Brunswick Street in Horwich. After 1901 George became an engine driver on the London & Midland Railway. In 1911 he was still living in New Brunswick Street. Later he lived at 17 Leicester Street - now Leicester Avenue - in Horwich, and then at 1 Ox Hey Lane, Lostock. In 1939 he was living at 17 Leicester Avenue and was listed as a retired Locomotive Engine Driver. He died from heart disease and bronchitis at 1 Ox Hey Lane on 10th February 1952, and was buried at Ridgmont Cemetery on 14th February. The house in Ox Hey Lane was built in the 1920s, and the lane was originally called Fall Birch Lane. The earlier “Ox Heys Lane” - an adjacent road - was renamed Alexandra Road.

• 1. Marriage Registers. Dec. 1898. 8c. 630. Bolton. • 2. 1871 Census. 13 Little Scotland, Blackrod. George Ainscough. Son. Age 3 months. Born Aspull. • 3. 1881 Census. 434 Top Toll Bar, Westhoughton. George Ainscough. Son. Age 10. Born Aspull. Scholar. • 4. Birth Certificate. Born 16th December 1870, Lindsay Terrace, Aspull. Father: Ralph Ainscough, House Watchman. Mother: Ellen Ainscough, formerly Booth. Informant: Ellen Ainscough, Lindsay Terrace, Aspull, 17th January 1871. • 5. Marriage Certificate. Married on 5th November 1898 at St. Bartholomew's church, Westhoughton. Aged 27, a Fireman [on a locomotive]. Living in Manchester Road, Westhoughton. Father: Ralph Ainscough, Collier. Witnesses: George Henry Holt and Mary Ellen Ainscough. • 6. 1901 Census. 49 New Brunswick Street, Horwich. George Ainscough. Head. Married. Age 30. Male. Railway Fireman. Born Haigh. • 7. 1891 Census. 256 Chorley Road, Westhoughton. George Ainscough. Son. Age 20. Railway Stoker. Born Aspull. • 8. Family Records. George retired from the railways in 1930. • 9. Death Registers. George Ainscough. Mar. 1852. 10c. 511. Horwich. Age 81. • 10. Death Certificate. George Ainscough. Died 10th February 1952, 1 Ox Hey Lane, Lostock, Horwich. Age 81 years. Railway Engine Driver (Retired). Cause of death: Ia. Myocarditis b. Arteris Sclerosis. II. Acute Bronchitis. Certified by B.D. Bradshaw, M.B. Informant: R Ainscough, Son, In attendance, 57 Hilton Avenue, Horwich. Registered 11th February 1952, H. Bromley. • 11. 1911 Census. 49 New Brunswick Street, Horwich. George Ainscough. Head. Age. 40. Married. Loco Engine driver, L & M Railway. Born Haigh. • 12. 1939 Register. 17 Leicester Avenue, Horwich. Ainscough, George. Male. 16 Dec 70. Married. Loco Engine Driver, Retired. • 13. Bolton Council. Ridgemont Cemetery, Horwich. George Ainscough, buried 14th February, 1952. Grave Ref: CHU-1-1/D/36. • 14. Wigan, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1911. 1872, Jan 29th. George, [son of] Ralph & Ellen Ainscough, Aspull. Watchman.
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