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John Mannix from Deer Lodge, Mt

John Mannix from Deer Lodge, Mt

Kerrie Manning (View posts)
Posted: 25 Oct 1999 12:38PM GMT
I am trying to find information about my father who lived somewhere near Deer Lodge, Mt. He was born in March 1954 and died in June 1979. I hope someone can help. Please send any information. Thank you.

Mannix''s

Lindsay Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 27 Oct 1999 3:35AM GMT
Hi
My name is Lindsay Mannix and I live in Zimbabwe, Africa. I am looking for other relatives around the world.

ireland

liam mannix (View posts)
Posted: 2 Dec 1999 9:05AM GMT
well lindsey there are some mannix here in ireland

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Rev. Mr. Carl E. Beekman, II (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 1999 7:04PM GMT
Lindsey, there are several Mannix family members here in the U.S. Some of my family live in Southern Indiana, others in central Florida.
Rev. Mr. Carl Beekman

Mannixes

Christine Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 13 Dec 1999 1:33PM GMT
There are many Mannixes in western and southern
Ohio (USA). My family is from Cincinnati, but
there are some in Dayton and Greenville, Ohio.
Some of them spell their names with one "n".

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Lindsay Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 13 Dec 1999 10:29PM GMT
Wow that is really amazing since it is such an uncommon name here. I think my ancestors were originally from Scotland. Have you ever traced your family tree??

Mannixes

Christine Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 1999 3:39PM 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.

Mannixes

Christine Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 1999 3:40PM 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.

Mannix

Edel Codd (View posts)
Posted: 6 Mar 2000 11:37PM GMT
I also have Mannix relatives - my great-grandmother was a Mannix from the Dingle Penninsula in Co. Kerry.

Mannixes

Heather Mannix (View posts)
Posted: 7 Mar 2000 11:05PM GMT
My father and Grandfather's are both John. (II and III) However, they are both still living. Originally from MI, where my Mannix family still resides. My grandfather is now somewhere in FL. Does this help at all? Who did your dad marry/date? You never, never know . . .
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