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Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Thomas MANNING
Birth 19 Jan 1722/23, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts12,13,17
Death 10 Jul 1752, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Father Isaac* MANNING (1685->1742)
Mother Margaret* EAGER (1681-1723)
Marriage 11 Nov 1745, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Spouse Sarah WOOD
Birth 13 Feb 1722/23, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts13
Death 27 May 1797, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts13
Children:
1 F Sarah MANNING
Birth 7 Dec 1745, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death bef 1777, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Spouse David EDMUNDS
Marriage 13 Oct 1767, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
2 F Mary MANNING
Birth 13 Mar 1746/47, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
3 F Margaret MANNING
Birth bap 16 Oct 1748, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
4 M Thomas MANNING
Birth bap 28 Jan 1749/50, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death young, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
5 M Thomas MANNING
Birth 14 May 1751, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts13
Death 10 Jul 1752, Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Notes for Thomas MANNING
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Thomas Maning, s. of Isaac and Margaret, Jan. 19, 1722-3 [ref 12]
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THOMAS5 MANNING (Isaac,4 Saml.,3 Wm.,2 Wm.1) b. 1722-3, Jan. 19, at Cambridge, Mass., settled in Charlestown. His calling is unknown, except that, in 1752, April, he was associated with his brother William in the management of the ferry. The incomplete town records afford little chance to learn more of him, but he died before 1770, "when his widow lived in D. Newell's house," says Wyman's Charlestown. The same volume states that Thomas Manning, Jr., son of Thomas, died of small pox 1752, July 10. This death does not appear on the town records, but has been preserved by the diary kept by one Robert Calley, who then resided in Charlestown. Was it Thomas, the son, who died then? Or was it Thomas, the father? Mr. Calley recorded other deaths, etc., in the Manning family in succeeding years. In three cases he mentioned the death of Manning children, and always in one form: "Isaac Manning's child buried;" "William Manning's child buried;" "Mr. William Manning's child buried;" with the date in each instance. In the case under consideration he wrote, "Thomas Manning died of small pox natural July 10, 1752." Is not this the death of an adult, rather than of an infant? Was it not the father who died then? In the previous April he had joined in the petition to have the ferry service decreased because of the prevalence of small pox (see sketch of his brother William). As a ferryman he was especially exposed to the contagious disease. Did he succumb to it? Extensive search has been made to find the tile of a Boston newspaper of that period, but no library seems to have any publication of the desired time. No estate appears in the Probate Office. No evidence can be given to settle the question. Thomas m. 1745 (?), Nov. 11, Sarah, dau. of Joseph and Mary (Blaney), and granddau. of Josiah and Lydia (Bacon) Wood, b. 1722-3, Feb. 13; d. at Newbury, 1797, May 27. She lost 14 personal property by the Charlestown fire, 1775. Ch., b. at Charlestown: Sarah, Mary, Margaret, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas. [ref 13:176]
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Manning, Thomas (Isaac, Sam., Wm., Wm.) b. 19 Jan. 1723, [res. Chs, m. Sarah Wood (Jos., Josiah) who d. at Newbury, 27 May 1797, Gen.] [ref 17:477]
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Notes for Sarah WOOD
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daughter of Joseph WOOD and Mary BLANEY
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