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The earliest record I have found of the family is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles -- a chronological written text of current events in pre-conquest England.  Mention is made in the year 963 of a widow and her son who owned extensive properties.  They practiced a form of pin-sticking magic which was expressly forbidden at the time.  Alas, they were finally caught.  They were forced to forfeit the property and sentenced to drowning at London Bridge, the son escaped, but the widow suffered her sentence.  The spelling of the name, as translated, is AEgleswuore, an acknowledged early form of Aylesworth.

From this rather ominous beginning, you will learn a lot more about this wonderful, energetic and historical family, as you go through the links below.


 

 

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