James Manning1

b. about 1676
  • Last Edited: 17 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. William Henry Manning, The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning families of New England and descendants, from the settlement in America to present time, Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press Co, (1892) , p. 805.
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Jeffrey Manning1

b. perhaps 1632, d. 1693
  • Last Edited: 17 Oct 2015

Family: Hepsibah Andrews b. perhaps 1634

Citations

  1. William Henry Manning, The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning families of New England and descendants, from the settlement in America to present time, Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press Co, (1892) , p. 805.
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Joel Manning1

b. perhaps 1746
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  • Joel Manning was born perhaps 1746.
  • He was the son of Joseph Manning and Phebe Lillie.1
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Ancestry of Bret Robert Boone, at http://www.wargs.com/other/booneb.html
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John Manning1

b. January 17, 1696/97, d. May 5, 1760
  • Reference: 3888daa
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  • John Manning was baptized on January 17, 1696/97 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he lived until 1725. A part of the time he was a cordwainer, but he was also styled a ‘waterman,’ and when it is noted that the sale of the old family homestead by his father took place soon after the son’s departure from town, it would seem to be a reasonable theory that he lived in the old dwelling-house, and followed his father’s business, as the latter was a ‘waterman’ when in Cambridge. He bought of his father, 20 Jun 1723, ‘a certain lot of land in the recent division of land in Cambridge’. He and his wife sold, 25 Oct 1725, their rights in the estate of ‘our honored father Joseph Winship, deceased,’ to her brother Joseph. In 1725, between 3 Feb and 14 Jun, John Manning removed to Hopkinton, and, about two years later, to Windham, Ct. There he was a farmer in Scotland Society, acquiring land both by deed of gift from his father, and by purchase. At Cambridge he was admitted to full communion with the church, 1716, May 13, and he united with the church at Windham in 1728, by letter, as did his wife in the same way, 1729. He was made clerk of the parish, 1732.1
  • He was the son of Samuel Manning Jr. and Deborah Spalding.1
  • John married Abigail Winship. They were members of the colony dismissed to form the new church at Scotland Society in 1735.1
  • John died on May 5, 1760 in Windham, Connecticut, at age 63. He left no will. In the distribution of his estate his widow had a share in the house and the barn, and the rest of said house and barn went to their son Joseph, with 13 acres and 38 rods of land. A large part of the farm passed to their son John, who purchased the shares of the other heirs.1
  • He and Abigail Winship were buried in the old cemetery on the east side of the Scotland-Norwich road, about 2/3 of a mile south of Scotland church.1
  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2009

Family: Abigail Winship b. October 16, 1698, d. July 30, 1770

Citations

  1. Ancestry of Bret Robert Boone, at http://www.wargs.com/other/booneb.html
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John Manning1

b. August 30, 1666, d. February 3, 1718/19
  • Last Edited: 15 Sep 2015

Citations

  1. Avis Stearns Van Wagenen, Genealogy and memoirs of Isaac Stearns and his descendants, Syracuse, N. Y.: Courier Press Company, (1901) , pp. 17-24.
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John Manning1

b. about 1670
  • Last Edited: 17 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. William Henry Manning, The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning families of New England and descendants, from the settlement in America to present time, Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press Co, (1892) , p. 805.
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Joseph Manning1

b. July 15, 1718, d. before May 22, 1779
  • Reference: 3888daaa
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  • Joseph Manning was born on July 15, 1718 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. When ten years old he was taken by his parents to Windham, Ct., where he thereafter resided. He was a Colonial soldier from 1 Apr to 4 Dec 1761, under Capt. John Spaulding, 1st Regt., Gen. Lyman. He was a farmer, having acquired a part of his father’s farm, with the house and barn. He was elected tithingman 1759-62, ’65; packer of meat, 1753-4, ’58-67, or 12 years, and packer of tobacco, 1763-4.1
  • He was the son of John Manning and Abigail Winship.1
  • Joseph married Phebe Lillie on October 29, 1745. They were members of the Scotland Society church.1
  • Joseph died before May 22, 1779.1
  • Last Edited: 30 Sep 2009

Family: Phebe Lillie b. January 4, 1724/25

Citations

  1. Ancestry of Bret Robert Boone, at http://www.wargs.com/other/booneb.html
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Joseph Manning1

b. about 1678
  • Last Edited: 17 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. William Henry Manning, The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning families of New England and descendants, from the settlement in America to present time, Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press Co, (1892) , p. 805.
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Lydia Belinda Manning1

b. March 9, 1859
  • Reference: 0224fccdc
  • Last Edited: 6 Dec 2011

Family: John Calvin Bulkley b. November, 1855

Citations

  1. Unknown author, "GEORGE WASHINGTON MANNING FAMILY, MANNING AVENUE, SAVONA, NY, circa 1880", MANNING MANSE MESSENGER (MARCH 2009): p. 5.
  2. FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19, , Submitter(s): CYNTHIA KREDER, BOX 113 ROCK CITY IL, 61070 Submission: AF93-104449.
  3. Patron submitted forms, IGI reference to Patron sheets, 1969-1991, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1970-1991) , Batch number: 5000780, Source Call No. 1396446, Sheet: 34.
  4. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake Temple, IGI reference to Endowments for the dead, 1893-1970; heir indexes, 1924-1956; baptisms for the dead, 1941-1970, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1959-1979) , Film Number: 446138, Reference Number: 12794.
  5. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Logan Temple, Sealings for the dead, couples and children (includes some living spouses and children) 1943-1970; heir indexes, 1943-1968, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1958-1971) , Film Number: 455454.
  6. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Bath, Steuben, New York; Roll: T623 1162; Page: 6A.
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Mary Ella Manning1

b. September 6, 1870, d. 1955
  • Reference: 0224fccde
  • Last Edited: 13 Dec 2011

Family: Cornelius V. "Neil" Dusenberry b. February, 1867, d. 1941

Citations

  1. Unknown author, "GEORGE WASHINGTON MANNING FAMILY, MANNING AVENUE, SAVONA, NY, circa 1880", MANNING MANSE MESSENGER (MARCH 2009): p. 5.
  2. Seamans Cemetery, Savona, Town of Bath, at http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/BathSeamans/SeamansAL.html
  3. 1900 United States. Census Office. 12th census, 1900 population census schedules, Washington, District of Columbia: Bureau of the Census Micro-Film Laboratory, ([197-]) , Census Place: Thurston, Steuben, New York; Roll: T623_1164; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 105.
  4. Official temple record for deceased individuals, 1991-, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1991-) , Film Number: 1760778.
  5. New York Marriage Certificates and licenses, 1908-1935, Albany: New York State Department of Health, Vital Records Section, , film number:     1006431
    digital folder number:     4489228
    image number:     00285.
  6. Official temple record for deceased individuals, 1991-, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1991-) , Film Number: 1760737.
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Salathiel Manning1

b. perhaps 1787
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  • Salathiel Manning was born perhaps 1787.
  • Salathiel married Susan Hale, daughter of Moses Hale and Susannah Davis.1
  • Last Edited: 19 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. Robert Safford Hale, Genealogy of descendants of Thomas Hale of Watton, England, and of Newbury, Mass., , at https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofdesce00hale . Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, printers, (1889) , p. 296.
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Samuel Manning1

b. July 21, 1644, d. February 22, 1710/11
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  • Samuel Manning was born on July 21, 1644 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, son of William Manning.2,3
  • Samuel Manning was reared in his native town, and the superior educational facilities which, for that period of time, it possessed seem to have been improved in his case; his handsome penmanship and easy style of composition in his mature years showing that he had learning beyond the average of his associates. Of his youth one event has been spared by Time. When 18 years old he and several other young men were summoned before the Court and reproved for firing off their guns at night to cause an alarm. They belonged to a militia company, and the object of the alarm seems to have been to give the impression that Indians had attacked the town, but even the Court was not disposed to look too sternly upon the boyish prank….At this time [17 Oct 1664] he was married, and, some time between the date last given and the early part of 1666, he removed a distance of about 20 miles to Billerica, with which town his fortunes were thereafter cast, and where his intelligence and integrity caused his associates to bestow numerous honors upon him as long as he lived.1
  • Samuel married Elizabeth Stearns, daughter of Isaac Stearns and Mary Barker, on April 13, 1664.2
  • Samuel married on May 6, 1673, as his second wife, Abiel Wight, born 1 Jan 1654 at Medfield.1
  • Samuel died on February 22, 1710/11 in Billerica, Massachusetts, at age 66.1
  • Last Edited: 15 Sep 2015

Family: Elizabeth Stearns b. 1640, d. June 24, 1671

Citations

  1. Ancestry of Bret Robert Boone, at http://www.wargs.com/other/booneb.html
  2. Avis Stearns Van Wagenen, Genealogy and memoirs of Isaac Stearns and his descendants, Syracuse, N. Y.: Courier Press Company, (1901) , pp. 17-24.
  3. James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary or The first Settlers of New England showing Three Generations or Those who came Before May, 1692 on the Basis of Farmer's Register, (1862) , vol. 3, p. 148.
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Samuel Manning Jr.1

b. about 1665, d. February 20, 1755
  • Reference: 3888da
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  • Samuel Manning Jr. was born about 1665 probably in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but possibly at Billerica, where he was reared. He removed to Cambridge before 1695, when, under date of Mar 8, the records of that town say, ‘Then was the Town’s Stock of Powder and ammunition removed from Mr. Samll Andrews’ house, and committed to the custody of Samll Maning….’ On 19 Jan 1698, his father conveyed to him for £85, of which £15 was ‘onward of his portion’ as an heir, the old homestead in Cambridge at the S. E. corner of Dunster and South streets. His place of residence is not certain for the 8 years following 1714. In this year, after having long held office in Cambridge, he ceased to fill such offices and bought land in Windham, Ct., but it is not certain he was there until 1722, and he was in Cambridge, as a resident or visitor, 24 Apr., 1721. Occupying this farm in Windham as early as 1722, Mr. Manning there passed the rest of his life. The land was in the eastern part of the town, which was organized as the Third Parish in 1732, and, known as ‘Scotland Society’ from the organization of the church there in 1735, was set off about 1860 and incorporated as the town of Scotland. It was in Scotland, as now constituted, that nearly all the Mannings of this line lived.2
  • He was the son of Samuel Manning and Elizabeth Stearns.1
  • Samuel married Deborah Spalding.2
  • Samuel married on June 10, 1731 in Norwich, Connecticut, as his second wife, Sarah Gale, of Canterbury, perhaps widow of Richard Gale. She died 11 Oct 1746. There was no issue by this union.2
  • Samuel died on February 20, 1755 in Windham, Connecticut, aged about 90, though his gravestone says ‘in his 93d year.’ By his will, which was dated 2 Mar 1750, Mr. Manning divided his land between the two oldest sons of his own son Samuel, deceased. Other bequests were to the testator’s own children: To his son John 20 shillings, which, with what had previously been given him, was his full share of the estate.2
  • He and Deborah Spalding were buried in Palmer Burying Ground of Scotland Society . Her gravestone says she died in her 63d year, whereas, if the record of her birth is correct, she was two years younger.2
  • Last Edited: 15 Sep 2015

Family: Deborah Spalding b. September 12, 1667, d. August 8, 1727

Citations

  1. Avis Stearns Van Wagenen, Genealogy and memoirs of Isaac Stearns and his descendants, Syracuse, N. Y.: Courier Press Company, (1901) , pp. 17-24.
  2. Ancestry of Bret Robert Boone, at http://www.wargs.com/other/booneb.html
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Sarah Manning1

b. perhaps 1770
  • Last Edited: 12 Jan 2012

Family: William Hawley Hinman b. August 21, 1768, d. September 13, 1845

Citations

  1. Royal Ralph Hinman, A catalogue of the names of the early Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut: with the time of their arrival in the country and colony, their standing in society, place of residence, condition in life, where from, business, &c., as far as is found on record, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=KTkBAAAAYAAJ . Hartford: Press of Case, Tiffany and Company, (1852) , p. 829.
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Rev. Stephen Noyes Manning1,2

b. October 3, 1804, d. October 24, 1882
  • Last Edited: 5 Sep 2016

Family: Lucy Prescott b. July 10, 1810, d. April 21, 1861

Citations

  1. William Prescott, The Prescott memorial: or, A genealogical memoir of the Prescott families in America, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=r-BLAQAAIAAJ . Boston: Printed by H. W. Dutton & Son, (1870) , p. 144.
  2. Samuel L. Gerould, The General Catalogue and a Brief History of the Kimball Union Academy, Plainfield, (Meriden P.O.) N.H., , at https://books.google.com/books?id=c5jOAAAAMAAJ . Claremont, N. H.: Claremont Manufacturing Co., (1880) , p. 56.
  3. Andover Theological Seminary: Necrology: 1882-3, Vol. 3, , at https://books.google.com/books?id=ijHiAAAAMAAJ . Boston: Beacon Press, (1883) , p. 32.
  4. "United States Census, 1860", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MXH4-HSQ : 30 December 2015), S N Manning, 1860.
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William Sutton Manning1

b. March 24, 1873
  • Last Edited: 6 Dec 2011

Family: Etta Dennis b. about 1877

Citations

  1. Unknown author, "GEORGE WASHINGTON MANNING FAMILY, MANNING AVENUE, SAVONA, NY, circa 1880", MANNING MANSE MESSENGER (MARCH 2009): p. 5.
  2. International Genealogical Index (IGI) (, 1999), Batch number: T000155, Source Call No. 0AR REC, Type Book.
  3. FamilySearch® Ancestral File™ v4.19, , Submitter(s): CYNTHIA KREDER, BOX 113 ROCK CITY IL, 61070 Submission: AF93-104449.
  4. Patron submitted forms, IGI reference to Patron sheets, 1969-1991, Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, (1970-1991) , Batch number: 5000780, Source Call No. 1396446, Sheet: 34.
  5. William Henry Manning, The genealogical and biographical history of the Manning families of New England and descendants, from the settlement in America to present time, Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press Co, (1892) , p. 487.
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Ruth Manross1

b. perhaps 1711
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  • Ruth Manross was born perhaps 1711, daughter of Nehemiah Manross.1
  • Ruth married Thomas Mix, son of Thomas Mix and Deborah Royce, on April 15, 1736.2
  • Last Edited: 4 Nov 2009

Family: Thomas Mix b. November 27, 1709, d. 1794

Citations

  1. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1202.
  2. Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, (1922-32) , p. 1550.
  3. Charles Henry Stanley Davis, History of Wallingford, Conn., from its settlement in 1670 to the present time, , at https://archive.org/stream/historyofwalling00daviiala . Meriden, Conn.: (1870) , p. 855.
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