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looking for census help Anna Glynn
Posted by: Dennis Doyle (ID *****6095) Date: May 02, 2008 at 21:16:46
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I am looking for census information on Charles Manning. Charles was born in England/Ireland sometime between 1855 and 1862. He moved to Brooklyn, NY at a very young age. His father was John Manning who was born in 1835 in Ireland. His mother was MaryAnn who was also born in 1835 in Ireland. The 1880 census has Charles (age 25) a plumber, son William (age 19) a fur shop worker, son John (age 12) in school and son Frank (age 10) in school all living with John and MaryAnn on Classon Street in Brooklyn. Charles married Anna Glynn in 1883. Charles died 4/3/1936. I would greatly appreciate any information from the US Federal Census' from 1860, 1870, 1910, 1920, or 1930.
Thank you.



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