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Richard Costain, Senior

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1839 Born in Colly Arboy, Isle of Man

1865 Set up in business in Liverpool with Richard Kneen as jobbing builders.

1866 Married Mary Kneen[1]

1881 Richard Costain, a builder, employing 6 men and 3 boys, 42, Mary Costain 36, Richard A. Costain 13, Henry K. Costain 11, Marian A. Costain 9, William P. Costain 7, John K. Costain 5[2]

1888 The partnership was dissolved; Costain's three of his sons (Richard, William and John) later joined him in the business.

1891 Richard Costain, a contractor and builder, 52, was living in Great Crosby with Margaret Costain 47, Richard A Costain, a builder and contractor's clerk, 23, Henry K Costain, a bank clerk, 21, Theresa Costain 19, John K Costain 15, Alfred J Costain 9, Nellie K Costain 8[3]

1901 Living in Great Crosby, Richard Costain 62, a builder, Margaret Costain 57, Mariam A Costain, a cashier (builder's office), 29, William P Costain, a house plumber, 27, John H Costain, bricklayer 25, Alfred J Costain 19, Nellie H Costain 18[4]

1902 Died in Liverpool[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Isle of Man, Marriage Index, 1606-1984
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. National Probate Calendar