I am figuring on a launch in a month or so. I have most of Edwards descendents (from the Parker Book) in a one of the genealogy programs (dates only at this time). I will update that file as often as possible. So you will able to download it. Original copies of the Parker book that are't photocopied can run over $100.00. And for me its more important to spread the info around, as we all benefit. It's great reading as well. I also have many of the collateral lines that married in (on my direct line), but not entered in the computer yet. Most back to England, France(1400s or so), Wales and Scotland. This includes the Nurse/Towne families that where persecuted during the witch trials of 1692. And one witch from Topsfield Mass.
All files will be updated as I start collecting all of lines from 1894 to the present and all of the female lines (from Edward1's daughters on) where the name is lost from. It took a while to figure out the best way to do this, so there will be multiple files to choose from. I started photographing tombstones (Illinois, Iowa, Connecticut, New Hampshire) last summer. Hence my my last few posts about Iowa and New England. I am launching it as part of another site I am doing.
If you or anyone else wants a copy I can email it to you/them. It has parts of my mother lines and my paternal grandmother. But of the 1090 people in the family tree file, most are Ainsworth's. I have about 6 or 7 generations completed plus a few other lines that cannot be cut out quite yet. If you were to print this file it out on paper (so its legible) it would 62 pages across and 2 pages high. So consider this file a rough draft. But definitely something that you can add your family tree to or a basis for starting one.