Hello.I don't research this family too often, but I did receive some new information last year.
I am told that my ancestors were:
John and Esther (CORKILL)CORKILL in the Lezayre Parish on the Isle of Man
They reportedly had 10 children during the 1820's and 1830's.I have the names of many of them, but not all.
My ancestor was their son, Evan CORKILL, b1827.In ~1851 he married in Liverpool, England, to Elizabeth QUAYLE.Even though QUAYLE is a popular name onthe Isle of Man, Elizabeth was born in Whitehaven, Cumbria / Cumberland, England.
Evan and Elizabeth had 7 children, but their 2nd son, Lewis CORKILL died as a child.Their 1st son, Edward CORKILL, went to Canada in 1873.Their younger 5 children went to Canada in 1874 and 1875 - as "British Home Children."
There seems to have been several Lewis CORKILL's on the IOM, so a guess is that they were part of John CORKILL's extended family.
I have corresponded with descendants of Edward CORKILL in Canada,and I heard from someone who thinks she is descended from his sister, Margaret CORKILL.I don't know about the other 7 children.(There is information in the archives of the IOM List and Boards and the CORKILL Lists and Boards.)