Here is some additional info on Edward and JoAnna Ainsworth The Ainsworth name means Fearless Courage. The first Ainsworth that sailed to the United States was Daniel and his wife Alice in 1647. They didn't have any children. Daniel later sent back to England for two of his nephews Edward and Anchor to come to the United States.
The ship they sailed on wrecked off the coast of Georgia about one mile from shore. Anchor Ainsworth and the other passengers drowned. Edward swam to the shore and crept into a crevice in a rock. This rock is called the stranger's rock to this day. Edward spent the night by striking a flint with his jack knife. The next morning Edward swam back to the ship, made a raft from the parts of the wrecked ship. He found guns and ammunition and some food on the ship and traveled up the coast line until he found a settlement and that is where the Ainsworth family started from that is Roxbury Mass. Edward Ainsworth was born in Lancaster, England in 1652 and sailed to the United States, married in Roxbury, Mass to Joanna Hemingway the 11th of January 1687. Joanna Hemingway was the daughter of Joshua and Joanna Evans Hemingway. Edward and Joanna had fourteen children. They moved to Woodstock, Conn in 1702 and died there. Edward died the 5th of March 1740, Joanna was born 21 Sept 1670 and died 23 of Dec 1748.