How rich is John Ainslie? Net Worth, Height, Weight

March 10, 2018

John Ainslie Net Worth

How Much money John Ainslie has? For this question we spent 9 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $170,9 Million.



John Ainslie information Birth date: September 18, 1975 Death date: 1828-01-01 Birth place: London, Ontario, Canada Height:5 7 (1.7 m) Profession:Miscellaneous Crew, Writer, Cinematographer

Height, Weight

:How tall is John Ainslie – 1,88m.
How much weight is John Ainslie – 51kg


John Ainslie Net Worth
John Ainslie Net Worth
John Ainslie Net Worth
John Ainslie Net Worth


John Ainslie (22 April 1745 – 29 February 1828) was a Scottish surveyor and cartographer.He was born in Jedburgh, the youngest son of John Ainslie, a druggist, Writer to the Signet and burgess of the burgh and was educated at Jedburgh Grammar School. He began his career as an apprentice to the Geographer to King George III, engraver and publisher Thomas Jefferys and worked as a surveyor and engraver for the English County series of maps. After Jefferys death he returned to Scotland where he surveyed Scottish counties, engraving and publishing the maps.His primary focus was on the coasts and islands of Scotland. The quality of his maps challenged others to improve their mapping style making maps more clear and easy to read.From 1787 to 1789 Ainslie worked on a new nine sheet map of Scotland publishing it in 1789. The map was a landmark in the improvement of the outline of Scotland and for the first time showed the Great Glen as a straight line and Skye, Mull, and Islay shown with more accuracy than had previously been seen.He worked as a surveyor on several civil engineering projects including the Forth and Clyde canal with Robert Whitworth, Charles Rennie on Saltcoats harbour and the Glasgow to Ardrossan canal.On the side John was a book seller which helped him in wrting and publishing works of his own.He wrote the standard text for his profession, the Comprehensive treatise on Land Surveying comprising the Theory and Practice of all its Branches.On 27 October 1776 he married Christian, the daughter and heiress of Jedburgh merchant Thomas Caverhill. He died in Edinburgh on the 29 February 1828 and is buried at Jedburgh Abbey.
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