Hi Jane / Sue and Doug
I can see that you are in communication with Doug Quayle. (see your copied post below).
I am searching for a William Quayle who was guardian to my GG Grandfather Andrew Lynchey.
He was guardian at his wedding to Jane Irvine (Irving) at Ballaugh in 1841.
Could Doug reply to me about William (in the event he is the same man) and maybe I could discover why he was Andrew's Guardian.
Also if he knows of the Lyncheys in IOM we could communicate about them.
Reply to: (#560971) Re: Jane Kermeen
Author: Doug Quayle
Date: 24/9/2017, 11:50 pm
Doug, you might already have these, but in case not:
1901 Census (Findmypast)
19, The Quay, Ramsey, Maughold, Isle of Man
First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Gender Age Birth year
Occupation Birth place
William H Quayle Head Married Male 49 1852 Tailor (Shopkeeper) Isle of Man,
Isle of Man
Jane Quayle Wife Married Female 45 1856 - Isle of Man, Isle of Man
George F Quayle Son - Male 13 1888 - Ramsey, Isle of Man, Isle of Man
Maud Quayle Daughter - Female 10 1891 - Ramsey, Isle of Man, Isle of Man
Lily A Quayle Daughter - Female 7 1894 - Ramsey, Isle of Man, Isle of Man
Jasper Quayle Son - Male 0 1901 - Ramsey, Isle of Man, Isle of Man
Ref. RG13; Piece number 5307; Folio 126; Page 2.
The scan shows Jasper aged 10 months, and the parents born Maughold, and
children all born Ramsey.
27 College Street Ramsey, Maughold, Isle of Man
First name(s) Last name Relationship Marital status Gender Occupation Age
Birth year Birth place
Jane Quayle Head Widow Female - 55 1856 Isle of Man Maughold
George Quayle Son Single Male Butcher 23 1888 Isle of Man Ramsey
Lily Quayle Daughter Single Female - 18 1893 Isle of Man Ramsey
Jasper Quayle Son Single Male School 10 1901 Isle of Man Ramsey
Enumeration district 21/5
District number 21/5
Sub district number 3
Jane Quayle filled in and signed the form. She wrote that she had been married
for 36 years, and had 8 children born alive with 7 still living, and
occupation Hotel Keeper. All of this had been crossed through because widows
were not supposed to write years married or number of children (but luckily
many did). "State, for each married woman ...".