In the 1810 Spartanburg District, SC census, Thomas and his wife are listed as having two children - one male under ten and one female under ten.This fits with his son listed being Sampson Jefferson (Jeffrey). I am not sure if the daughter listed would be the Sarah who married John Covington Thomas or the Elizabeth who married David Strength.I am not sure that the birthdates that I have on these two daughters are accurate.Ailsey Canzada was born around 1810. There is no sign in the census of other Ainsworths living in the area. Richard Nathaniel would have been about 10 to 20 at the time, his brothers would have been Joab about 15, Caswell about 10 and Levin under 10.If they were Thomas's sons, at least the younger ones should have been living with Thomas in 1810. I believe that most likely these men were Thomas's nephews.The possibilities for their parents are Levin Hainsworth & his first wife (name unknown), Joseph Hainsworth, James Hainsworth Sr. and Elias Hainsworth who all show up in the early Alabama records. The LDS records are known to contain many mistakes.Information submitted to them on family group sheets never had to be verified. The people who filled out the forms gor family members mixed up.The only Richard that I have found who was born 1798, SC was the one who married Zilphia Bass Briggs and settled in Simpson Co., MS and later moved with many of his children to Arkansas.