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John Mannix from Deer Lodge, Mt

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Mannixes

Christine Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 1999 8:39AM GMT
I guess "many" is a relative term, but given the rarity
of the name, it's surprising how many there are. I checked the Dayton
and Cincinnati, Ohio phone books (I work at a library),
and there are 15 in the Dayton phone book (including
me) and 12 in the Cincinnati phone book (including my dad
and his cousins). My dad and my aunt and I just re-discovered
some cousins, and they said there's a Veterans of
Foreign Wars post in Fort Recovery, Ohio, named after
a Mannix. Our branch probably came from that area, but
I need to check some other sources to make sure.

I am starting to research the Mannixes, but just in the USA.
My mom's family has been much easier to find -- they were mostly
German Catholics and English Quakers. Odd combination.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Kerrie Manning 25 Oct 1999 12:38PM GMT 
Lindsay Mannix 27 Oct 1999 3:35AM GMT 
liam mannix 2 Dec 1999 9:05AM GMT 
sallymannix 5 Dec 2006 4:16PM GMT 
Rev. Mr. Carl E. Beekman, II 4 Dec 1999 7:04PM GMT 
Christine Mannix 13 Dec 1999 1:33PM GMT 
Lindsay Mannix 13 Dec 1999 10:29PM GMT 
Christine Mannix 27 Dec 1999 3:39PM GMT 
cmannix1 19 May 2002 12:20PM GMT 
Chris Mannix 21 May 2002 9:05PM GMT 
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