Anything in this kind of brackets [ ] is my opinion.
(An asterick after a name in a census denotes a person in the direct line.)

The father of George Seabolt Follett Manley was named either Charles or George. These Manleys were chosen because they had these first names, and they are in the same county as the Seabolts.

1850 Federal Census

Middlefield, Otsego County, New York, 145-149

1860 Federal Census

Post Office - Portlandville, Milford, Otsego County, New York, 215-215, August 9, 1860
Hartwick, Otsego County, New York, p. 33, 269-269, July 28, 1860

George Manley and Barbara Etz marry July 12, 1891 in Northampton County, Virginia.

1900 Federal Census

Twins Medora Barbara Manley and James Frederick Manley, are born March 28, 1901 in Virginia.

James Frederick Manley dies in 1903.

1910 Federal Census

World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

George Mortimer Manley lives in Cape Charles, Virginia. He was born in Cape Charles, Virginia on December 21, 1892. He is 24 years old and single. He has no occupation. He is unable to walk because of natal disability.

World War Registration Card - June 5, 1917

Edward Guy Manley lives in Cape Charles, Virginia. He was born in Scheradors? [Schenectady?], New York on May 26, 1896. He is 21 years old and single. He works as an oysterman with his father.

Medora Manley and Charles Taylor marry November 30, 1921 in St. Charles Church, Cape Charles, Virginia.

Barbara Manley dies March 3, 1923 in the Capeville District, Cape Charles, Northampton County, Virgina and is buried in Cape Charles Cemetery, Cape Charles, Virginia.

George Manley dies May 21, 1939 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia County, Florida and is buried in Edgewater Cemetery, Edgewater, Volusia County, Florida.

George M. Manley dies in 1940.

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