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William Dudley Mann and Nannie (Anna) Sue McGregor




Husband William Dudley Mann

           Born: Dec 1861 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
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           Died: 9 Jan 1910 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Seay Cemetery, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA


         Father: Willilam T. Mann (1829-0018)
         Mother: Frances Sarah Stamper (1832-1883)


       Marriage: 7 May 1884 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA 1

   Other Spouse: Nora (      -      )

Noted events in his life were:
Census 2, 1880 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA




Wife Nannie (Anna) Sue McGregor




            AKA: Nannie Susan McGregor
           Born: 7 Aug 1865 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 4 Jul 1903 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Seay Cemetery, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA


         Father: Noah McGregor, J.P. (1811-1885)
         Mother: Mahala (Hallie) Duncan (1828-1913)



Noted events in her life were:
Residence 3, 10 Jun 1870 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Listed as Anna McGregor

Residence 4, 1880 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA



Children
1 M Eddie Jerome Mann

           Born: 11 Mar 1885
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           Died: 26 Apr 1959
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2 F Sadie Mann

           Born: 9 Jul 1887 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
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           Died: 10 Aug 1972 - Alton, Illinois
         Buried:  - Sunset Hills Cemetery, Granite City, , Illinois
         Spouse: David Vaughn (      -      )



3 M MacGregor (Mack) Mann

           Born: 19 Mar 1890
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4 F Bertha Mann

           Born: 9 Mar 1892
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5 F Ella Ruth Mann

           Born: 24 Nov 1894
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6 F Willie Florence Mann

           Born: 4 Nov 1896
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7 M Harold B. Mann




           Born: 7 Apr 1898 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
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           Died: 21 Oct 1970 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried: 22 Oct 1970 - Red Top Cemetery, , Stewart, TN
         Spouse: Bernice Lee Smith (1900-1985)
           Marr: 19 Jan 1919 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA 5



8 M Ethridge Mann

           Born: 25 May 1901
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         Spouse: Anice Watkins (1905-2004)



9 M Haden (Jack) Mann

           Born: 5 Jun 1903
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           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Dudley Mann

As found in Stewart Co. 1900 Census

204/207 William MANN head w m Dec 1861 38 M Tn Tn Tn farmer
Nannie wife w f Aug Tn Tn Tn 12A Eddie son w m Mar 1885 15 S Tn Tn Tn farm laborer
Sadie dau w f Jul 1887 12 S Tn Tn Tn
McGregor son w m Mar 1891 9 S Tn Tn Tn
Bertha dau w f Mar 1893 7 S Tn Tn Tn
Ellie R. dau w f Nov 1894 5 S Tn Tn Tn
Harrell son w m Apr 1898 2 S Tn Tn Tn
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Willilam T. Mann and Frances Sarah Stamper




Husband Willilam T. Mann

           Born: 21 Oct 1829 - Tennessee, USA
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           Died: 18?6 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Cross Creek Cemetery, Cross Creek Baptist Church, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee


         Father: John Mann (1806-1863)
         Mother: Lucy McGregor (Abt 1807-Between 1860/1870)


       Marriage: 25 Sep 1855 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA 6

Noted events in his life were:
Military Service, 28th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (2nd Tennessee Mountain Volunteers)

Census 7, 11 Oct 1850 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Census 8, 1860 - District 2, Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Census 2, 1880 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Father from KY
Mother from NC

Occupation 2, Farmer, 1880 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA




Wife Frances Sarah Stamper

            AKA: Francis S. 2
           Born: 16 Aug 1832 - Halifax, North Carolina, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Feb 1883 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Cross Creek Cemetery, Cross Creek Baptist Church, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee


         Father: John A. Stamper, Jr (1809-Between 1847/1850)
         Mother: Eliza Whitaker (      -      ) 9




         Father: Mason Stamper (1798-1847)
         Mother: 



Noted events in her life were:
Census 8, 1860 - District 2, Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Little sister Bessie, age 4, is living with the Mann family at thist time.

Census 2, 1880 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA

Francis S.

Alt. Birth 2, 1835 - , , Tennessee, USA



Children
1 M Calvin B. Mann

           Born: 22 Nov 1856
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           Died: 17 Jan 1872 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Cross Creek Cemetery, Cross Creek Baptist Church, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee



2 F Elenora Mann 2

            AKA: Ellen Mann
           Born: Jun 1859
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3 M William Dudley Mann

           Born: Dec 1861 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Jan 1910 - Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Buried:  - Seay Cemetery, Indian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee, USA
         Spouse: Nora (      -      )
         Spouse: Nannie (Anna) Sue McGregor (1865-1903)
           Marr: 7 May 1884 - , Stewart, Tennessee, USA 1




General Notes: Husband - Willilam T. Mann

Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume XX (Jan. 1852 \endash Aug. 1854)
8 William T. Mann, agent of Mann & Hooks, liquor license oath; 29 Dec 1851
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Hubert I Vicomte Du Mans




Husband Hubert I Vicomte Du Mans 10

           Born: Abt 997 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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         Father: Raoul II De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Maine (0965-After 1013) 10 11 12
         Mother: Godehilde (Godehelt) De Belleme (Abt 0968-      ) 10 13


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George Everett Mansfield and Leila Mae Thurston




Husband George Everett Mansfield 14 15 16

           Born: 24 Jul 1880 - Hope, Knox, Maine, USA 14 16 17 18
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           Died: 17 Apr 1972 - Babson Park, Polk, Florida, USA 14 16 17 18
         Buried:  - South Haven, ME 16 19
       Marriage: 22 Jun 1904 - S. Union, Knox, Maine, USA 14 16 20




Wife Leila Mae Thurston 14 16

           Born: 17 Apr 1882 - S. Union, Knox, Maine, USA 14 16 21 22 23 24 25 26
     Christened: 
           Died: 5 Nov 1989 - South Haven, MI 16 21 22 26
         Buried:  - South Haven, MI 16


         Father: Joseph Daniels Thurston (1855-1927) 16 27
         Mother: Jennie Asenath Kalloch (1860-1948) 16 25





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General Notes: Husband - George Everett Mansfield

[R. Kallock Decendants.FTW]

[Choi.FTW]

MANSFIELD GENEALOGY, p. 178, minor editing
GEORGE MANSFIELD was born 24 July 1880 and married 22 June 1904, LEILA MAY THURSTON. He died 14 April 1971. Children:
Elsie, d. at 4 months.
Elizabeth, b. 24 Dec. 1907; m. DONALD NICHOLS.
Richard, b. 6 March 1909; m. HELEN HELFENSTEIN.
Phillip, b. 10 Oct. 1911; m. EDYTH CLARK they live in Los Angeles.
Roger, b. 12 March 1913; m. MADELYN PETERSON.
William, b. 27 Feb. 1918; m. ANN DOYLE and lives in Detroit, Michigan. ___________ South Haven (Mich.) Daily TRIBUNE, Thurs., July 14, 1983, by Susan Lorenz MANSFIELD A PART OF EVERETT - Leila Mansfield Remembers:
SOUTH HAVEN - Leila Mansfield, 101 years old & a long-time South Haven resident, remembers the many changes at Everett Piano during her husband's long career there.
George Mansfield was born in Hope, Maine in July 1880. Leila was born in Union, Maine in April 1882, a year before Everett Piano Company began making pianos in Massachusetts. George & Leila met in 1898 when she was 16, he 18. After high school, George went to a boarding school in Maine & began a job helping a music teacher. This job began a life-long interest in music & pianos.
"The music teacher taught him how to tune pianos. Another teacher got him a scholarship to Syracuse," Leila remembered. "He got a job working for a music store in Syracuse."
George & Leila married in 1904. He worked for a number of music stores & piano companies as a tuner, salesman & manager. In 1926, he met Mr. Parnham, the owner of Cable Nelson Piano Company in South Haven. "Parnham had just bought the Everett name & wanted to hire George." Leila said.
George Mansfield began working for the newly named Everett Piano Company in 1927. "They were making a small upright piano at the time." Leila said, "They got a designer from Grand Rapids & made a tittle baby grand. They were beautifully designed."
The Mansfield family, which then included five children, soon joined George in South Haven. "Mr. Listiak (Michael) Listiak, instrumental band instructor at the high school for many years came the same time we did," Leila said. "My son Roger was the first drum major for the high school."
Although Everett stayed in operation during the Depression, business was slow. George Mansfield sold insurance for three years & caskets for another three years for other companies.
He returned to Everett Piano after the Depression. For the next three years, George worked selling pianos for Everett between South Haven & California. "He & I traveled from here to the coast for three years. It was wonderful. I loved it," Leila said. "We saw Yellowstone Park, Rushmore, Carlsbad Caverns - he had dealers on his list in each of those towns."
Everett Piano Company began making parts for gliders during the war. George Mansfield suggested the company also begin production of wood caskets during that time. "They couldn't use steel caskets since steel was being used for other things," Leila said. "George suggested they make caskets."
When George Mansfield retired in 1953, he was vice president of Everett Piano Company. He died in 1972.
Leila remembers one of the first Everett pianos brought to South Haven when Cable Nelson bought the company. "Parnham, the president, had an Everett at the plant when he bought the company. They put it in the Scott Club & it belongs to the Scott Club now," she said. That piano, which had been on loan to the Scott Club for many years, was officially presented to the club by Everett Piano last spring as part of the Scott Club's centennial festivities.
Several pianos are on display July 14 through July 17 at the Scott Club as Everett Piano & the Scott Club both celebrate their centennial anniversaries.
[Caption of accompanying photo] Leila Mansfield remembers many changes at Everett Piano Company during her husband's long career there. George Mansfield began working at Everett in 1926 & retired as vice president of the company in 1953. Leila is 101 years old & now lives at Martin Luther Memorial Home in South Haven. ___________________

From family reunion, April 1982:
Grampa Mansfield took violin lessons from the mother of Edna St. Vincent Millay until they moved away. Someone has a picture of Edna at grammar school.
When Gramma & Grampa got married, they took their honeymoon on the Cape. Grampa had written a song for Gramma. They took a piano along in a cart. Grampa would play, & Gramma would sing. They sold 7 pianos during the honeymoon. _________________

Richard Mansfield, 14 Feb 1982:
Dad lost his job because of the Depression. Piano sales went down to nothing. He tried life insurance in South Haven, but it was a tough row to hoe & he & Mother thought they would have better contacts in Buffalo where they had lived so long. You see, in South Haven, he traveled a great deal & would be gone as long as 8 weeks at a time on some trips. He had no opportunity to make friends in those years 1928-32. The family moved back to Buffalo in 1932 & Dad tried life insurance there but was again a bad scene & he lived on his boss giving him $50 per week.
Nauntie, who was running Thurston Brothers ("Makers of Fine Cloth-Covered Burial Cases) wanted Dad to come to South Union, & he thought, or was told, take over the business. It was an opportunity to repay his debts since they lived rent-free with Grandma & Nauntie.
It was tough on Mother who had to run the house & couldn't travel with Dad. The job turned out to be just that of a traveling salesman, one of two. Florence (Nauntie) would never relinquish the top job. The business was still run as a partnership years after the two partners had died: Dad got it incorporated, which was certainly fortunate when Grandma & Nauntie finally sold it to Wilbur Thurston, a nephew of Joseph & Orville, the founders.
Anyhow, it was a hard three years. We managed to get there on vacations in
36, '37 & '38. In 1939, we went to Yellowstone, & Dad & Mother came west to see children who hadn't gotten to Maine (Your dad went one Christmas for, I think two days, couldn't stand it & came back to Michigan) & during that trip ran into Mr. Stapely who had bought the Everett Piano Company. He made a fine proposition to Dad who took him up on it immediately, went back to Maine to clear up things & went to South Haven.
He already owned the lot on Pine Street & went ahead with the house while renting an apartment on Michigan Ave. next to the house we rented in 1928. More background - until we went to South Haven in 1928 our family had never owned a car. The sales manager (for whom Dad worked in 1928) had a large Hupmobile which he wanted to sell, & Dad bought it. Dad used to say the car was never in the garage & he lamented gasoline bills of $50-60 per month, & this when gas was 15 per gallon. I, Skip & Roger all used the car constantly. Dad was away most of the time, & poor Mother never got a chance to learn to drive
One other thing, my critic Whosie [his wife] tells me is that Dad heard in 1936 that Stapely was looking for him, but he had committed to Nauntie then & wouldn't let her down, so he never followed up on that. It was certainly a good thing for Thurston Brothers, for they would have not become incorporated without Dad.
When they moved into their new home in the fall of 1940, the kids had all left home, & the two of them had a wonderful time. Mother would travel with Dad most of the time, & they drove all over instead of his having to ride the trains, as he did so long. _______________ Bill Mansfield, about 1982:
Grampa sold caskets for $50 a week, & they lived with Gramma Thurston. Whatever you asked for at dinner, she offered the opposite. For example, if you said, "May I have a slice of white bread?, she would say, "Wouldn't you like some brown bread?"


General Notes: Wife - Leila Mae Thurston

[R. Kallock Decendants.FTW]

[Choi.FTW]

5/18/82: Leila Thurston was my maiden name. Grandfather & I graduated in the same class, sitting side by side, which my mother's uncle objected to. I was born 2 years after Dad & Mother were married. All I know about Indian blood: I remember Dad had 2 tintype pictures, one of a 13 year old girl, who was his sisters & died at 13 of diptheria. The other they thought [had Indian blood] was some man acestor.
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William Patton, M.A. and Margaret




Husband William Patton, M.A. 28

           Born: Abt 1596 - Ireland
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            AFN: END
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Wife Margaret 28

           Born: Abt 1600 - Ireland
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Children
1 M Henry Patton, Sr. 28

           Born: 31 Jan 1626/27 - Raymoghy, Donegal, Ulster, Ireland
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           Died: After 1689 - , Donegal, Ulster, Ireland
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Hermannus Schneider and Maria




Husband Hermannus Schneider

           Born: 5 Feb 1644/45 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: 6 Oct 1706 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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         Father: Adam Schneider (      -1690)
         Mother: Barbara (      -1676)


       Marriage: 10 Sep 1677 - Germany




Wife Maria

           Born: After 1645
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           Died: 1 Jan 1729/30 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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Children
1 F Margarethe Schneider

           Born: After 1690 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: 20 Oct 1741 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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         Spouse: Hans Henrich Arnds (1693-1763)
           Marr: 4 Mar 1715/16 - Freudenberg, , , Germany




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Gertrude Markham




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Wife Gertrude Markham

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         Father: Robert Markham (      -      )
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Children
1 F Gretrude Sadleir

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Sir John Markham and Joan Skipwith




Husband Sir John Markham

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   Other Spouse: Joyce St. Quintin (      -      ) - WFT Est 1887-1918 29




Wife Joan Skipwith

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         Father: Sir William Skipwith (Bef 1430-1489)
         Mother: Agnes Constable (Abt 1433-After 1449)





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Sir John Markham and Joyce St. Quintin




Husband Sir John Markham

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       Marriage: WFT Est 1887-1918 29

   Other Spouse: Joan Skipwith (      -      )




Wife Joyce St. Quintin

           Born:  - Yorkshire, Kent, England
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         Father: Sir William St. Quintin, Lord of Bryans Burton/ Brainburton (      -      )
         Mother: 



   Other Spouse: Thomas de Cave, Lord of Brayns Burton (      -      )



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John Markham




Husband John Markham

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1 M Robert Markham

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Sources


1 (W.D. Mann & N.E. MCGregor).

2 1880 U.S. census, Stewart, Tennessee, population schedule, Indian Mound, p. 200, dwelling 177, family 177; NARA microfilm publication T9.

3 1870 U.S. census, Stewart, Tennessee, population schedule, District 1, Indian Mound, p. 24, dwelling 173, family 173, McGregor; digital images, Family Search(http://www.familysearch.org); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M593.

4 1880 U.S. census, Stewart, Tennessee, population schedule, Indian Mound, p. 209, ; NARA microfilm publication T9.

5 (Harold Mann & Bernice Smith).

6 (W.T. Mann & Sarah F. Stamper).

7 1850 U.S. census, Stewart, Tennessee, population schedule, dwelling 487, family 487, Mann; NARA microfilm publication M432.

8 1860 U.S. census, Stewart, Tennessee, population schedule, District 2, p. 435, ; NARA microfilm publication M653, roll M653_1272.

9 "North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979," database, Family Search(www.familysearch.org : accessed 18 Jun 2011), John A. Stamper.

10 Jim Weber (https://myaccount.rootsweb.com/publicprofile?mn=jimweber110&kurl=http:%2F%2Fwc%2Erootsweb%2Eancestry%2Ecom%2Fcgi%2Dbin%2Figm%2Ecgi%3Fdb%3Djweber%26id%3DI03403%26op%3DGED).

11 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Raoul III de Sainte-Suzanne, Vicomte du Maine.

12 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Ed Mann, 6 Feb 1999.

13 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Godehelt de Belleme.

14 Daland, Geneva, Mansfield Genealogy (Peter E. Randall, Hampton, NH, 1980).

15 Choi, Kathleen Thurston (Mansfield) (Personal knowledge).

16 R. Kallock Decendants.FTW.

17 Social Security Death Index.

18 death certificate/record.

19 Choi, Kathleen Thurston (Mansfield) (Personal knowledge), personal knowledge.

20 marriage announcement/invitation.

21 Social Security Death Index, 368-68-8866.

22 gravestone/cemetery record.

23 Mansfield, Leila May (Thurston).

24 Thurston, Brown, Thurston Genealogies (Brown Thurston & Hoyt, Fogg & Donham, 1880).

25 DAR Application of Leila Thurston Mansfield, Member #262015.

26 obituary, Leila Mansfield obituary South Haven paper.

27 DAR Application of Leila Thurston Mansfield, Member #262015, Polly Hosmer Chap., S. Haven, MI.

28 GEDCOM file imported on 23 Feb 2005.

29 v37t0751.ftw.


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