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Mangin name

Tanja Mangin (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jun 2000 4:53PM GMT
I wanted to let belinda know , my grandfather was a Clarance Mangin. I didn't know how to contact her. I reside In VA currently, my family members are in New York, were I was born. I would like to learn more about my family name.

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Belinda Smith (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jul 2000 11:20AM GMT
Tanja,
Please contact me at LindyTAFB@aol.com.

Re: FAMILY SHOULD NOT LOSE TOUCH

HENRY MC CLENDON (View posts)
Posted: 28 Dec 2002 8:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
I DON'T KNOW HOW TO BE IN TOUCH, SO I'LL TRY THIS


Posted: 28 Feb 2003 5:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Jun 2003 3:43PM GMT
Origin of MANGIN name come from East of France, Lorraine, principaly METZ and around it.
I'm in France. Some of my family get out from France to go in U.S.A. (New-York)
I you are interessed, I can give you more news.
Let me a post in my e-mail

Catherine

alice p. bumbera

Posted: 1 Sep 2003 2:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Barrows, Richardson, Palmer
a.bumbera@worldnet.att.net
9-1-03 10:46am
I am looking for William Joseph Mangin father of Arlene Louena(Mangin) Suer...anyone w/info pls e-mail me @ above address
thanks ALice Palmer-Bumbera

Re: Mangin name

Posted: 25 Jul 2004 6:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: mangin
I am a Mangin from NYC and now live near Madrid, NY where a Joseph Francois Mangin is supposed to have settled. I am interested in learning more about the French side because I beleive there is sort of a triangle of mangins moving between France, Haiti (Carribbean), Africa, and NY. I would like to figure out the details. And most important want more information before I dig in the archives.

my email is
tmangin@netscape.net

tim

Re: Mangin name

Posted: 16 Aug 2004 2:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Aug 2004 4:30PM GMT
Very interested in anything about Joseph Francois Mangin (1764-post1818?). For those who are not aware, he does have entries in the DAB and American National Biography but his whereabouts circa 1804-1810 and his ultimate fate are unclear. The post to which I'm replying and the 8 June 2000 posting by Jen Mangin Ogtong indicate some connection with Madrid, NY. Does anyone have anything on this?

JFM arrived in NYC, with a wife and at least one son, in 1794 from Santo Domingo (Haiti), where he had spent most of a decade as a French military engineer. He flourished as an engineer and architect in NYC for a decade (he designed the current City Hall) but lost his status as one of several "city surveyors" (not a public office per se but essentially a licensed status permiting him to engage in surveying work for public or private clients) circa 1804 and seems to have left the city until circa 1810, when he regained "city surveyor" status and designed two important churches, including the first St. Patrick's Cathedral on Mott St. (still there, though largely rebuilt after a mid-1800s fire). In 1818, he petitioned the city government for financial assistance and, apparently destitute at age 54, disappears from any records.

I am wondering if JFM was in Madrid during the 1804-1810 period and/or retired or died there?
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