Ainsworth (surname)

Ainsworth (surname)

Ainsworth is a surname with its origins in the North West of Englandfact|date=June 2007. The origin of the word ainsworth is from the anglo Saxon name for an 'Enclosure'fact|date=June 2007.

Notable Ainsworths

* Gareth Ainsworth (b.1973), English football player
* Henry Ainsworth (1571-1622), English Nonconformist clergyman and scholar
* Kacey Ainsworth (b.1971), English actress
* Laban Ainsworth (1757-1858), American clergyman and pastor
* Mary Ainsworth (1913-1999), American developmental psychologist
* Robert Ainsworth (lexicographer) (1660-1743), English Latin lexicographer
* Robert Ainsworth (politician) (b.1952), British politician and MP
* Ron Ainsworth, Australian rugby league player
* Roger Ainsworth, British engineer and academic
* Sidney Ainsworth, British screen and stage actor
* Walden L. Ainsworth (1886-1960), American admiral
* William Harrison Ainsworth (1805-1882), English historical novelist

ee also

* Ainsworth


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