My James Ainscow left Manchester, England on Mar 3, 1903 from Liverpool; he sailed on the SS Celtic and in 1905 he married in America to a Laura Thawley.
The children, Richard Alfred (b. 1906), William S (b. 1907), Mary (b. 1910), Edith (b.1912), Robert (b. 1914), James jr (b.1915), Ethel (b. 1917), Elizabeth (who went by Libby) (b. 1920), & Francis (who went by Finny) (b. 1930).
William S & Richard Alfred both died in Segdwick Co., Wichita, KS.Libby married a Nick Racick (phonectically pronounced Race it and may not be the correct spelling?), Finny, who was the youngest died early in life.She was around 18 when she died.
When James entered the country, he changed the spelling of Ainscow to Ainscoe.Not many Ainscoe or Ainscow in America.........thus my deliema about finding anything about these people.I know I have many Ainscoe cousins but cannot remember their names as I left Philadelphia when I was eleven and soon after my mother died in a car accident. My grandfather, Richard Alfred died in KS of cancer and the first time I met him was on his death bed while enroute to California with my family in 1969.