re: 1871 Census John Aindow resided in Hall Lane, Huyton Quarry, aged 33 at that time.Born in Formby, occupation gardener. Wife Jane, aged 32, born Knowsley. Children Agnes Anne, aged 8, born Birkenhead. Mary, aged 7, born Roby. William, aged 5, born Roby. John, aged 3, born Roby Arthur, aged 2, born Roby. Sarah Anne, 5 weeks old, born Huyton Quarry. 1881 Census School Lane Formby John Aindow, aged 45, gardener Jane by this time was residing in Huyton Cemetery Mary was 16, William 15, John 13, New boy Thomas was 7 John's brother and sister, Thomas and Susannah aged 30 and 37 respectively, had moved in with the family. At the same time, in Duke Street, another Aindow family was living.William, brother to Anne and John, was a farmer labourer.He was married to Lucy with 4 children: Maggie aged 5, Annie aged 3, William aged 2, and Alice aged 1. Philip Lawson Aindow was 16 at the time of the 1891 Census.He was living with his aunt Anne and uncle Philip Guy, cousing George Henry Guy and John Guy.Parents and siblings had moved back to School Lane, Formby by that time. Philip Lawson Aindow was an under gardener who died young, death certificate c/o Karen Brogan, current registrar Prescott if date was located on gravestone. I have lots more information pertaining to the Aindow family, specifically revolving around Huyton/Roby around the late 19th Century.I myself am descended from my great-grandmother Anne Aindow, wife of Philip Guy.