Joseph Ostle, 1797

Death of a fatherJoseph Ostle
December 1796 (aged )
Birth June 7, 1797 30
Death of a paternal grandfatherJoseph Ostle
June 11, 1808 (aged 11 years)
Citation details: 305/139
Burial of a paternal grandfatherJoseph Ostle
June 13, 1808 (aged 11 years)
Citation details: 305/139
Death of a paternal grandmotherRachel Wilkinson
June 18, 1809 (aged 12 years)
Citation details: 305/139
Burial of a paternal grandmotherRachel Wilkinson
June 20, 1809 (aged 12 years)
Citation details: 305/139
MarriageElizabeth WilliamsView this family
May 16, 1819 (aged 21 years)
Baptism (Adult) May 16, 1819 (aged 21 years)
Text:

Joseph son of Joseph and Margaret Ostler (sic) Mariner of Spurling Street

Birth of a daughterMargaret Ostle
1822 (aged 24 years)
Baptism of a daughterMargaret Ostle
December 25, 1822 (aged 25 years)
Birth of a daughterAnne Ostle
1824 (aged 26 years)
Baptism of a daughterAnne Ostle
December 7, 1824 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a sonJohn Cooper Ostle
about 1824 (aged 26 years)
Birth of a daughterMaria Ostle
about 1824 (aged 26 years)
MarriageMaryView this family
about 1825 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a daughterMahalah Ann Ostle
January 13, 1825 (aged 27 years)
Baptism of a sonJohn Cooper Ostle
February 12, 1826 (aged 28 years)
Text:

Son of Joseph and Mary Ostle, a farmer in the Parish of Ludlow

Baptism of a daughterMaria Ostle
February 12, 1826 (aged 28 years)
Baptism of a daughterMahalah Ann Ostle
February 12, 1826 (aged 28 years)
Text:

dau of Joseph and Mary Ostle

Death of a brotherJonathan Ostle
August 23, 1831 (aged 34 years)
Burial of a brotherJonathan Ostle
August 23, 1831 (aged 34 years)
Text:

Jonathan of Isel Old Park, age 38

Birth of a daughterSarah Ellen Ostle
about 1832 (aged 34 years)
Baptism of a daughterSarah Ellen Ostle
February 27, 1832 (aged 34 years)
Birth of a daughterJane Ostle
about 1835 (aged 37 years)
Baptism of a daughterJane Ostle
March 23, 1835 (aged 37 years)
Occupation
Mariner
1841 (aged 43 years)

Source: 1841 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Residence 1841 (aged 43 years)
Source: 1841 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Marriage of a childSamuel OwensMargaret OstleView this family
June 21, 1842 (aged 45 years)
Marriage of a childThomas AddisonAnne OstleView this family
February 3, 1845 (aged 47 years)
Occupation
Dock Labourer
1851 (aged 53 years)

Source: 1851 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Residence 1851 (aged 53 years)
Source: 1851 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Marriage beginning statusMaryView this family
Friends

Family with parents
father
17661796
Birth: December 7, 1766 32 34Newtown
Death: December 1796The Brig 'Matty', at sea off the Isle of Man
mother
Marriage MarriageFebruary 24, 1793Crosscannonby Church
10 months
elder brother
17931831
Birth: December 17, 1793 27Maryport
Death: August 23, 1831Isel Old Park
17 months
elder sister
1795
Birth: May 22, 1795 28Maryport
2 years
himself
1797
Birth: June 7, 1797 30Maryport
Family with Elizabeth Williams
himself
1797
Birth: June 7, 1797 30Maryport
wife
1798
Birth: about 1798Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales
Marriage MarriageMay 16, 1819St Peter's Liverpool
4 years
daughter
1822
Birth: 1822 24 24Liverpool
3 years
daughter
1824
Birth: 1824 26 26Liverpool
9 years
daughter
1832
Birth: about 1832 34 34Liverpool
4 years
daughter
1835
Birth: about 1835 37 37Liverpool
Family with Mary
himself
1797
Birth: June 7, 1797 30Maryport
wife
Marriage Marriageabout 1825New Brunswick, Canada
son
1824
Birth: about 1824 26Ludlow Parish, New Brunswick
1 year
daughter
1824
Birth: about 1824 26Ludlow Parish, New Brunswick
13 months
daughter
1825
Birth: January 13, 1825 27Ludlow Parish, New Brunswick
BirthHolm Monthly Meeting Records
MarriageSt Peters Liverpool Parish Register (Dorothy Holden)
Baptism (Adult)St Peters Liverpool Parish Register (Dorothy Holden)
Text:

Joseph son of Joseph and Margaret Ostler (sic) Mariner of Spurling Street

Occupation1841 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Residence1841 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Occupation1851 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Residence1851 Census
Text:

(Dorothy Holden)

Shared note

The births of Joseph's three children in New Brunswick were found by David LeRoy Thompson while he was researching the other Ostle families of New Brunswick; he was unable to suggest who was their father. It seems that Joseph was absent from Liverpool between 1824 and 1832 which would give him time to start this second family. No other Josephs seem likely to have had the opportunity to travel there nor to have had such close family ties in the area, although it is also possible that this was the Joseph b. October 27, 1808 at Seaville.

UNTIL FURTHER EVIDENCE IS FOUND, THIS MUST REMAIN A 'ROMANTIC GUESS'