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Ainslie family of Dolphinston

C. M. Ainslie

Ainslie family of Dolphinston

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Published by [C. M. Ainslie?] in s.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesThe Ainslie family of Dolphinston, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
Statementby C. M. Ainslie.
The Physical Object
Pagination115p. :
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21718777M

  This book follows the genealogy of the Tasker and Blackburn families who originated in the area around Goole in Yorkshire. There were branches of the Tasker family in Rawcliffe, Airmyn, Hook, Cowick and Snaith. The Blackburn family farmed at Spaldington and Holme on Spalding Moor, near Howden in the East Riding, before moving to Goole Fields. The initial person to take the name Annesley as a surname was from the noble family of Fitz-Hubert de Normandy, one of whom (Richard de Brito,) came to England with William The Conqueror and participated in the Battle of Hastings in AD. The land of Annesley was his reward, in about The family were first recorded in the Domesday Book. The Illustrated Mum by Jacqueline Wilson is a book that really relates to my childhood experiences whilst growing up. Marigold is a mother who is eccentric to say the least; is covered in crazy tattoos, and tends to put the needs of her two daughters Star and Dolphin, last/5.


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Ainslie family of Dolphinston by C. M. Ainslie Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Ainslie family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Ainslie families were found in the UK in In there were 73 Ainslie families living in Northumberland.

This was about 23% of all the recorded Ainslie's in the UK. Northumberland had the highest population of Ainslie families in   William de Ainslie, of Dolphinston: Also Known As: "having associated with Robert II" Birthdate: circa Death: circa () Immediate Family: Son of John 'Dominus of Dolphinston' Ainslie and Jean Scott, of Marthocston Husband of Helen Kerr, of Auldtownburn Father of Robert Ainslie and William Ainslee.

Managed by: Mary S NewtonChildren: John Ainslee, of Dolphingston, Robert Ainslie. Genealogy for John 'Dominus of Dolphinston' Ainslie (b. - c) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

People Projects Discussions SurnamesChildren: William de Ainslie, of Dolphinston. The Ainslie family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Ainslie families were found in the UK in In there were 4 Ainslie families living in New York.

This was about 57% of all the Ainslie family of Dolphinston book Ainslie's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Ainslie families in Welcome. This website was created on 13 Mar and last updated on 18 Aug There are names in this family tree.

The earliest recorded event is the birth of GILLES, ALEXDANER in The most recent event is the birth of Dunn, Daisy Arabella in The webmaster of this site is Margaret Britton. Please click here if you have any comments or feedback. Ainslie Name Origin, Meaning and Family History Discover how your Ainslie ancestors earned their living and spread across the country.

Find out more about your family history by using the Free Search box. Buy Ainslie Family desktop font from insigne on   I think we might have a connection.I have a copy of a book written by John Stuart says: "Our ancestors from Annesley sought service with King Malcolm of Scotland, and in due time became knight of the Scottish realm, holding the Barony of Dolphinston se of Jedburgh in the family settled in Scotland, it was the fashion to adopt Norman names such.

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Ainslie Family Practice is part of Fullerton Health Australia. Ainslie Family Practice is focused on providing your family with personalised, professional, quality healthcare. The Ainslies were a well known and respected family in Duns, Robert Ainslie senior being a land-steward of Lord Douglas’s Berwickshire Estates at Berywell near Duns.

Burns seems to have got on well with the whole family, describing Robert Ainslie senior as an "uncommon character" and his wife as "an excellent, sensible, cheerful amiable old woman" In later life in the law young Robert did.

Early History of the Ainslie family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Ainslie research. Another 90 words (6 lines of text) covering the years, and are included under the topic Early Ainslie History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. Biography Early life and family.

He was the third and youngest son of George Ainslie, Esq., the representative of the ancient Scottish family of Ainslie of Dolphinton, Lanarkshire, chief of the name, who married Jane, daughter of Sir Philip Anstruther of Anstrutherfield, and died in The issue of the marriage of George Ainslie was a family of seven children, and included four daughters.

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I'm guessing the Ainslie tartan > at the above website was registered by an Ainslie for novelty purposes. No clan Ainslie but there is an Ainslie tartan which was design in the pst year or so by, I think, Dr Phil Smith, PA, USA Peter MacDonald Tartan Design & Consultancy Crieff, Perthshire.

Early life. Ainslie was born in London, England in to Harold Roberts and Rose (née Dougall). His early education was at St James's School, family migrated to Australia instaying first at Ardrossan before settling in e resumed his schooling at Westbourne Park Primary School, Blackwood in and was school dux and first in the state of South Australia in.

Book an appointment at Ainslie Family Practice, a medical centre in Ainslie, ACT See current availability for male and female GP Doctors, Skin Cancer Doctors, and book instantly. AINSLIE, THOMAS, businessman, office holder, and militia officer; b. 8 Feb. in Jedburgh parish, Scotland, son of Gilbert Ainslie and Christian Rutherford; m. first 26 March Mary Potts in Jedburgh, and they had two sons and two daughters; m. secondly 2 April Elizabeth Martin in Hampton, N.H., with whom he had five sons and three daughters; m. .

Discover a list of ancestors and a genealogy for the Ainslie family for free. Build the family tree and trace the origins. Whitworth and Ainslie worked conjointly in this matter, and the results of their inspection were summed up in a twelve-page report, dated 14th September,“Concerning the lines surveyed by Messrs J.

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Arthur Ainslie, died Arthur Ainslie Arthur Ainslie was born on date, at birth place, to Walter Ainslie and Margaret Ainslie (born Hymours). Walter was born inin. This book is a wonderful book to read aloud to a group of children, especially if a mother has 4 little ones - "Mama Cat loved all of her baby cats very much." My children always wanted to know which baby cat they were.

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Item code: C3. The name of Ainslie derives from the English Lords of Annesley in Nottinghamshire, who fled to the safety offered by Malcolm III with the invasion by William the Conqueror, and settled around Dolphinstone William de Ainslie, canon of Glasgow Cathedral, witnessed a charter by Walter, Bishop of Glasgow in Ainslie Family Practice Located in the northern Canberra, Ainslie Family Practice is part of the Healthscope Medical Centres network.

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Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island: Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. 4 pages or more: Robert L P Morden: Inheritances and Family History. Gospatric, Earl of Northumbria.

Gospatric was born abouthe was the great-grandson of the Saxon king Ethelred the Redeless, through his mother Ealdgyth, whose own mother, Ælfgifu, who had married Uchtred the Bold, ealdorman of paternal ancestry is uncertain.

Simeon of Durham stated that Gospatric was the son of Cumbrian 'Prince' Maldred by his wife Ealdgyth of Bamburgh. Family Sketches (the list below was taken from the contents in the book; the names do not always perfectly match those heading each actual sketch) Adam of Maryburgh Aikman of Cairny, Rosse, and Brambleton Ainslie of Pilton, now representatives of the Ainslies of Dolphinston Anstruther of that Ilk Anstruther of Anstruthersfield, now of Inverkeithing.

James Geldart. The name James Geldart appears repeatedly in this article, but he did not remain dependant on Harrison Ainslie. He was master of the Ellen & Sarah at the age of 22, and stayed from tothen he was master of Petty & Postlethwaite’s latest schooner, Ann, in which he held 8 returned to Harrison Ainslie as master of the Tom Roper from - 67, and the Warsash.

Arthur Ainsley Ageton (Octo - Ap ) was a naval officer, ambassador, and author. He was the United States Ambassador to Paraguay from September 9, to Ap He was also a rear admiral in the Navy for several years.

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He is a keen Liverpool fan, who works for a real estate company and plays football regularly with an ecletic mix of English, Irish, Scottish, Spanish, Danish and Argentinians. 50% of the profits from the book are to go the the Ciudad de los Ninos foundation.

Bertram Ainslie Roberts (–), commercial artist, advertising executive, and surrealist painter, was born on 12 March in London, elder of two children of Harold Roberts, public companies clerk, and his wife Rose Ernestine, née Dougall.

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His family, the Kidstons, say the dog races up Mount Ainslie rain, hail or shine and that he is a keen kayaker and surfer. On a seat in the back garden, backed by tapestry cushions woven by her mother Dimity, Rose Kidston, 11, a pupil at Ainslie Primary, was Author: Susan Parsons.