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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #27 on: Friday 19 May 17 18:28 BST (UK) »
Hi again,  this Jarvis family you located in 1911 was it this one in 1901, and were their any further children?

1901 Census

Walter B Ainsworth 37
Jane 36
Charles 8
Residing at Court House,  18, Francis Street, Aston
Census ref RG13/2868/159/19
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PS have you looked at the Alice Jones aged 6 b Birmingham with a Groutage family in 1901 Census ref RG13/2845/33/24

Hi rather than Ainsworth/Ensor, have you any idea why the surname change to Jarvis?
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #28 on: Friday 19 May 17 18:30 BST (UK) »
Joseph, Benjamin and the first Stephen William that my sister found on the gro all died as babies. The first child to survive was our gt.grandfather Walter Benjamin /Benjamin Walter. For some reason on the 1911 he and his family were calling themselves Jarvis. He had married using the name Ainsworth and it has stayed that way ever since.

We still know very little about Mary and Eliza.

Their mother Emma died in 1881 leaving the family orphaned.
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #29 on: Friday 19 May 17 18:35 BST (UK) »
yes all this is correct. we have no idea why they  called themselves jarvis another mystery  but its the family as on the midlands electrol roll of 1912 walter benjamin returns to ainsworth. alice jones was jane ainsworth ne groutage  niece . my sister remembers alice and although she was known as auntie alice it was only through doing family tree that she was actual our auntie , the story goes they took her in but not known daughter of elizabeth groutage
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« Reply #30 on: Friday 19 May 17 19:08 BST (UK) »
 ;D OK so what information have you regarding Eliza & Mary Ainsworth/Ensor or even Jarvis?!
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #31 on: Friday 19 May 17 19:26 BST (UK) »
we think mary was born about 1867 to emma and stephen  this is confirmed  on 1871 census piece  3114 pg 25 folio 16. down as hainsworth.
mary was on 1881 census piece 2991 folio 8 page 10 along with emma , stephen has died.

eliza was on 1881 census born 1875
 census piece 2991 folio 8 page 10 along with emma in birmingham  constitutional hill.

nb to through another name in the mix minnie was transcribed twice with her mom and also with her auntie susanah spilsbury and william spilsbury  in 1881. this was confirmed by a electrol roll stating that minnie dryshurst and susanah were living together . i earlier found minnie ensor marriage to james dryshurst   ,
confused you will be  i am and its my family!
my mom always said that the ainsworths wrer very proper
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #32 on: Friday 19 May 17 19:46 BST (UK) »
Hi there is a Mary Ann Ensor September qtr 1867 Birmingham 6d 220 mmn Spilsbury?
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Re your mums comment re the Ainsworth's they were "Proper" what!!
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #33 on: Friday 19 May 17 19:54 BST (UK) »
sorry brummie  language means  posh prim and proper .
yeah thats mary thanks
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #34 on: Friday 19 May 17 20:03 BST (UK) »
sorry brummie  language means  posh prim and proper .
yeah thats mary thanks
kath
;D Understand same in London, so if you were possibly aware of birth of Mary Ann, what of Eliza?
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Re: stephen ainsworth/ ensor
« Reply #35 on: Friday 19 May 17 20:12 BST (UK) »
eliza was on census  and i think she down as eliza jane elizabeth ainsworth in a baptism 28 sept  1874 but mom down as emily 
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