|Birth: ||May 30, 1893|
London Borough of Islington
Greater London, England
|Death: ||Dec. 13, 1964|
New York, USA
7 AVIATION INST CEN
WORLD WAR I
MAY 30, 1893
DEC. 13, 1964
71 YEARS, 6 MONTHS AND 13 DAYS OLD.
2nd son born to Albert Ainsworth and Ethel Hothersall.
Cyril became a Citizen of the United States on September 5, 1906 in Common Pleas Court in Haceknsack, NJ.
Husband of Frances Mason Kendall,whom he married in 1919 in Fall River, Massachusetts.
Cyril Kendall Ainsworth
Richard Harold Ainsworth
Cyril registered for the war on April 28, 1942 in the "old Man's Draft". At the time, he was living with Frances at 448 West Englewood Avenue in Teaneck, Bergen County, NJ. He was working at American Standards Association in New York City, NY.
New York Times, Dec. 14, 1964
CYRIL AINSWORTH, ENGINEER, IS DEAD
Expert on Industrial and Safety Standards Was 71
Cyril Ainsworth, a leader in industrial standardization and one of the architects of the nation's safety standards, died yesterday at Parkway Hospital, Forest Hills, Queens. Mr. Ainsworth, who lived at 71-36 110th Street, Forest Hills, was 71 years old.
At his death, he was deputy managing director and assistant secretary of the American Standards Association, with offices at 10 East 40th Street, and vice president of the Pan American Standards Committee.
Mr. Ainsworth began his career in standardization work in 1922 as safety engineer in Pennsylvania's Department of Labor. He also served the department as director of the bureau of inspection and director of the bureau of industrial standards.
Earlier, he had been with the engineering and construction department of the Pennsylvania Railroad and had done safety inspection for the United Gas Improvement Company of Philadelphia.
In 1930 he was safety engineer of the American Standards Association and directed the projects of industry, government and labor that were guided by the association in the establishment of safety standards.
These activities led ultimately to the formation of more than 150 voluntary national safety standards and codes for the guidance of state and municipal governments as well as industrial organizations and insurance companies.
Mr. Ainsworth served as a member of the Committee on Occupational Safety and Health of the International Labor Organization, which is now part of the United Nations, from 1934 to 1960. From 1946 to 1956 he was also an adviser to the Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Standards.
He was president of the American Museum of Safety and in 1962 received the Arthur Williams Memorial Medal presented by the museum in recognition of his 40 years "in the service of humanity through the advancement of safety and safety standards".
Mr. Ainsworth was also a former director of the National Safety Council and of the President's Committee on Occupational Safety and director and secretary of the Greater New York Safety Council. He had been a leader in organizing the American - British - Canadian Engineering Unification Conference, which unified engineering practices of the three countries in screw threads, drafting and other areas of mechanical engineering.
He was born in England and came to this country as a boy. He attend Swarthmore College and later Carnegie Institute of Technology. During World War I Mr. Ainsworth served in the Aviation Section Of the Army Signal Corps.
His widow, the former Frances Kendall; two sons, C. K. Ainsworth and the Rev. Richard H. Ainsworth, and four grandchildren survive him.
A funeral service will be held at 11 A.M. tomorrow at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday.
Albert Ainsworth (1869 - 1963)
Ethel Hothersall Ainsworth (1870 - 1947)
Frances Mason Kendall Ainsworth (1897 - 1988)
Cyril Kendall Ainsworth (1919 - 2011)*
Richard Harold Ainsworth (1926 - 2014)*
Cyril Ainsworth (1893 - 1964)
Harold Ainsworth (1894 - 1917)*
Marcus Ainsworth (1896 - 1979)*
Arlington National Cemetery
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