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Joseph Audsley
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Birth: May 22, 1812, England
Death: Dec. 12, 1889
Saline County
Missouri, USA

Son of William Edwards and Ellen (Ackroyd) Audsley. From the History of Saline County, Missouri (1881): Joseph Audsley, P. O., Miami. Was born May 22, 1812, in Yorkshire, England. Was raised in the country and educated in the country schools. His father owned and operated a factory for the manufacture of woolen goods, which his son entered as soon as he quit school, and learned the trade of a worsted spinner. In 1847, he crossed the Atlantic, landing at New Orleans, and in the next year came on to Missouri, and settled at the mills, eight miles east of Miami, in Saline county, where he has lived ever since. In 1834 he was married to Miss Mary Hodgson, of England. To them were born Francis F. and Edward, both living. His wife died in 1838, and he married again, December, 1842, to Miss Margaret Whitehead, of England. They have five children: Ellen, William A., Thomas, Mary and Missouri Ann, living, and two dead. His second wife died in 1856, and in 1858, he married Miss Mary Brown, and to this union have been born Alice and Isabella, living and two dead. Mr. Audsley was a thorough-going Union man during the war, and, in politics, is now a republican. There being no one else qualified for the office, who would take the oath of loyalty, he became postmaster at Miami, from 1862 to 1870. He was constable of Miami, Jefferson and Marshall townships, until he refused to run. Has a well improved farm of 236 acres. Though a pronounced Union man in the war, and republican since, he has never been troubled because of his opinions, which is his own statement. 
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  Mary Brown Audsley (1826 - 1892)
  Missouri Ann Audsley Burnside (1853 - 1938)*
  Isabelle Audsley Kitchen (1865 - 1892)*
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Sullivan Cemetery
Saline County
Missouri, USA
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Record added: Aug 18, 2007
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