My great-grandmother was an Aindow, and married to Philip Guy of Roby.I believe they met in Birkenhead through her brother.I have not yet traced her grave, however visit Huyton cemetery and always stopped to view her brother and nephew's grave.This graveyard may be of benefit to your own search.In 1851 according to the Census his family live in Hall Lane, Huyton Quarry, now demolished, prior to moving back to School Lane, Formby.
I am concerned the said Aindow gravestone could have been toppled and the Council do put them to one side.The gravestone was in ggod condition with the lettering perfect.The gravestone can be located as follows:
Huyton Cemetery is in Stanley Road, Huyton, behind St Michael's Church in Derby Terrace. To get to the cemetery, find Roby Road, turn left up Archway Road, second left at traffic lights up Rupert Road.Immediate right up Stanley Road and left prior to village cross up by Derby Terrace.You can usually park here. Enter wrought iron gates.The last time I was able to visit, a fortnight ago, we found it open only on a Sunday and padlocked all other times.This may be attributable to vandalism.
The grave was easy to find.Approach straight up driveway and there is a path on the right.Pass this and almost immediately near the edge, on the righthand side, behind a grave with the name of Joseph Tickle on it, I always found the Aindows, except for the last twice when I was in a hurry anyway.I had observed a toppled one.