I agree we should concentrate on number 1 and 2. Number 1 fits into my age range(if you can trust it)also the Brew connection. The census I was referring to was the Brews in the Isle of Man Census which I got from the Brew One Name Study by Steve Brew, as I only had the Brew name at that time. Then I came up with Charles Brew being married to Catherine Quayle and had her mother Catherine living with them in 1851. Catherine Quayle Brews age on the 1851 census is 45 which puts her born about 1805/6. I found her on the IGI with a birth of abt 1805 in Marown and married to Charles Brew(they spelled it Braw). When I did a search for Charles Brew it shows Catherine Quayle as his spouse. I also found their marriage via IGI as Sep 2 1826 in Marown.
The burial index from Brian Lawson that you sent me are both possibles. How do we check further on them?
If you are going to the Island this summer that would be great. As I live in Alberta Canada it is not possible but I would love to visit the island one year.
I am also working on a number of different lines, the Brews and Quayles from IOM and others from England and Scotland. Very time consuming, frustrating and sometimes very rewarding.