There is indeed a "village" in England named AINSWORTH. It has an interesting past, especially the years when Cotton was King, the war between the States era, and Martha AINSWORTH has a website with lots of information on the village and the significance of the AINSWORTH mills. A few pictures are also included. In addition, there are drawings of the coats of arms (view and/or download).She shows two of the three known coats of arms. On one of my trips to England visiting the castle at Windsor, I picked up a copy of the coat of arms, which, in my case, was the shield with the three battle axes.Even if you are an experienced AINSWORTH historian/genealogist, you will find her pages to be delightful.
will get you to her AINSWORTH page.
Her home page, , gives lots of personal information and links to some of her other areas of interest.
No, I have never met her, do not know her, but am glad she has the wealth of information on our illustrious AINSWORTH name. Check it out!
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