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|Birth: ||Jun. 13, 1771|
|Death: ||Mar. 6, 1823|
Born in Hanover.
Cook, Andrew and Charles Cook - "Portrait and Biographical Record of Montgomery, Parke, and Fountain Counties, Indiana", pp. 332-334:
"Andrew and Margaret Ainsworth were of German origin. They passed their entire lives in Ohio. Margaret's people were killed by the Indians."
With regard to the printed resource above, we know that neither Andrew nor Margaret "passed their entire lives" in Ohio. Also, Andrew's people were the ones driven out of town (attacked, and some of them probably killed) by Indians, not Margaret's. Though it is certainly possible that Margaret's family had been subjected to Indian attacks in the past, there is no record of any of them being killed.
Andrew died intestate. His probate papers and the inventory of his estate are printed in "Ensworth History", G. A. Troxell (Family History Library File No. 517, 123). Burial location unknown.
Margaret Troxel Ensworth (1775 - 1871)
Sarah Ensworth Linton (1795 - 1870)*
Specifically: Burial Place Unknown
Created by: Eliza
Record added: Aug 06, 2012
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