genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name William MANNING
Birth 14 Oct 1736, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts13
Death bef 18 Mar 1783, Charlton, Worcester, Massachusetts13
Father William* MANNING (1712-1776)
Mother Elizabeth* KETTLE (1716-<1759)
Marriage 29 Nov 1759, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Spouse Phebe TOWNSEND
Birth 24 Oct 1739, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death Jul 1807, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Children:
1 M William MANNING
Birth bap 26 Jul 1761, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death 18 Jun 1762, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
2 F Sarah MANNING
Birth bap 12 Feb 1764, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death bef 15 Aug 1765, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
3 F Elizabeth MANNING
Birth bap 14 Apr 1765, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
4 F Phebe MANNING
Birth 10 Nov 1766, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death 13 Oct 1851, Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts13
Spouse William PIERCE
Marriage 21 May 1790, Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts23
5 F Sarah MANNING
Birth 6 Jan 1768, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death young
6 M William MANNING
Birth bap 31 Dec 1769, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death 22 Oct 1829, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Spouse Mehitable "Hitty" McINTIRE
Marriage 8 Jul 1798, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13,23
7 F Hannah MANNING
Birth bap 15 Dec 1771, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death Dec 1807, Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts13
8 M John MANNING
Birth 8 Mar 1776, Spencer, Worcester, Massachusetts13
Death 4 Apr 1824, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts13
Spouse Priscilla RICHARDSON
Marriage 15 May 1803, Lincoln, Middlesex, Massachusetts23
9 M Daniel MANNING
Birth abt 1778, Leicester, Worcester, Massachusetts13
10 M Isaac MANNING
Birth 1780, Worcester co., Massachusetts13
Death 30 Dec 1818, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Notes for William MANNING
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WILLIAM6 MANNING (Wm.,5 Isaac,4 Saml.,3 Wm.,2 Wm.1) b. 1736, Oct. 14, at Charlestown, Mass. He resided until 1775 in his native town, and was a cooper; and the offices to which he was elected indicate ability in his trade. He was culler of staves and packer of fish, 1761--4; surveyor of hoops and staves, 1764; and, 1766--8, culler and surveyor of hoops and staves, measurer of salt and coal, and packer of fish and flesh. He purchased, 1758, Nov. 18, "a certain piece of land & wharfe with a cooper's shop and warehouse thereon" for 33.6.8, and sold the same in 1761 for 46.13.4; probably his only holding of real estate. He was lame, and a considerable part of his life an invalid. While no evidence has been found to that effect it is probable that he was one of the financial sufferers from the burning of Charlestown after the battle of Bunker Hill, and he left the place soon after. He next lived at Leicester, Paxton, Spencer and Charlton, in which last named town he died. The date has not been learned. He was living 1781, Apr. 19, but d. before 1783, Mch. 18. He m. 1759, Nov. 29, Phebe Townsend. Of the ch., the first seven were b. at Charlestown. Children: William, Sarah, Elizabeth, Phebe, Sarah, William, Hannah, John, Daniel, Isaac. [ref 13:220]
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Notes for Phebe TOWNSEND
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daughter of John TOWNSEND and Hannah HANCOCK
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Phebe Townsend, b. 1739, Oct. 24. Her ancestry was John4 and Hannah (Hancock), her parents, of Charlestown; Samuel3 and Elizabeth (Bucknam) of Malden; Samuel2 and Abigail (Davis) of Boston and Chelsea; Thomas1 and Mary Townsend, of Lynn. On the death of her husband Phebe went to Waltham, 1785, and, before 1789, returned to Charlestown, where she d. 1807, July. [ref 13:220]
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