Since my last posting, I've been tracking hard and this is the information I've pieced together.I'm working hard now at verifying what I have... If anyone can give me any more information, let me know.It has been an interesting quest as my mother remembers Lizzie (Elizabeth Annie) very well, along with many of Lizzie's brothers and sisters.I have also been sent some pictures of her and her husband James Hose (thanks Jim Hose!) who has been a valuable source of information on the Hose side...
Edward Aindow b Abt 1800 m Elizabeth b Abt 1803 (Source 1851 Census) Possible marriage Edward Aindow & Elizabeth Segar 18 Aug 1828 Children (Source 1851 Census & Baptismal Records) Anthony b Abt 1829 Ellen b Abt 1830 John b Abt 1833 William b Abt 1836 Mary b Abt 1839 Edward b Abt 1840/41 Elizabeth b Abt 1844 Henry b Abt 1846 Halsall b Abt 1849
Edward Aindow b Abt 1840/41 m Ann b Abt 1851 (Source 1881 Census) Marriage Edward Aindow & Ann NorrisOct 8, 1872Edward's father listed as Edward.2nd (or more) marriage.First child listed on census is probably from prior marriage. Children (Source 1881 Census + additional records) Elizabeth Annie Aindow b 1867 or 1868 John b 1875 Mary b Oct 4 1876 William b Abt 1878 Edward b Nov 26, 1879
James Hose b Sep 16, 1868 m Elizabeth Annie Aindow b Abt 1867/1868 Marriage James Hose & Annie Aindow - no marriage certificate or date, information came from their daughter, (my grandmother) and their tombstones.
I am looking to find out who Elizabeth Annie's mother was.There is a possible related baptismal record showing a date of Jan 27, 1879 at St. Luke's Formby, parents Edward and Nancy.
I would also like to find out if Elizabeth Annie had any additional brothers and sisters.My mother remembers an Uncle Jack, an Uncle Stoddard and an Uncle Halsall who are not listed on the 1881 census.
There are a ton of Aindows in the Formby area and have been since forever!It makes for a little difficult tracking sometime!Many of you can trace their tree back to John Aynedowe b Abt 1604 - perhaps with a little more persistence I can do the same :-)
Any suggestions that anyone may have would be greatly appreciated.I am living in America (although I was born and raised in Formby.)Does anyone have a good source for the 1871 Census and the 1891 Census.I'm hoping they can provide a little more information.The 1871 Census may show Lizzie (Elizabeth Annie) and her dad with any older brothers and sisters she may have had.Perhaps her mother was alive at the time.The 1891 Census may show any additional brothers and sisters Lizzie might have had - perhaps Stoddard and Halsall.Jack may be her older brother John.
Are the parish records of St. Luke's available anywhere?Lizzie's baptism may have been there.Perhaps more of the family information is there - that's where most of them appear to be buried.
In addition, any other information that anyone may have regarding the Aindows would be greatly appreciated.