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Benjamin Manly/Laura Champion Brainard

Benjamin Manly/Laura Champion Brainard

Posted: 5 Mar 2000 3:58AM GMT
Edited: 15 Apr 2002 11:53PM GMT
Would like to contact anyone researching this line from Georgia and Alabama. Originally the Manlys were thought to be from Waynesboro or Waynesville, North Carolina; but, am not sure??? His name may have been John Benjamin Manly??? Please email me if you see any possible connection.

Benjamin Blackwood Manly

Posted: 4 Apr 2000 1:46PM GMT
Edited: 12 Sep 2002 11:28AM GMT
Benjamin Blackwood Manly was my gggrandfather born in 1826 in Morgan County, IN. according to my mothers records.He was married to Mary Jane Deering.She was born 1825 in Morgan County, IN. and died in 1878. He died in 1878 also. They had eight children after being married in 1851, This is all the information that I have on this Manly.

Re: Benjamin Blackwood Manly

Posted: 11 Feb 2002 9:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Benjamin B. Manly and Mary Jane Dearing were also my gggrandparents. I am a descendent of their son William Tell and Sarah Matilda Walker. I have some information going both ways in the line, that I would be willing to share. Leon Smith - smithnstone@kc.rr.com

Re: Benjamin Blackwood Manly

Ceya Minder (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2002 1:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
I don't descend from this one that I know of. Mine is

Benjamin Manly/wife, Amanda Champion Brainard. He died in Alabama and is buried here.

If you have material that you don't mind sharing on the Benjamin Blackwood Manly, I will appreciate reviewing it.

Thank you for your kind offer.

Ceya Minder

Re: Benjamin Manly/Laura Champion Brainard

Posted: 6 Mar 2008 8:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
My great, great grandfather was James Manly of Wayne county,N.C. and is supposedly buried in the area of New Bern. (Goldsboro cemetery). His will is recorded in 1858 and lists a son John, who was my g. grandfather(buried in Texas) and a son, Benjamin, buried in Alabama. If you can find who James father was, I would appreciate the info. Good luck..I have some info on this branch.
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