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Re: 1700-1900; Northumberland & Durham
Posted by: gylda Date: February 22, 2002 at 02:42:18
In Reply to: 1700-1900; Northumberland & Durham by James C. T. Pool of 317

Hello James,
Have you found your Johnathon yet?
There seem to be a few on the bulletin bords. This is part of a reply I recieved recently regarding my Manners.
Jonathan Manners b 1700 married Elianor Taylor in 1722. 11 children
2nd son Thomas Manners b 1726 married Rosamunde Nelson in 1748. 9 children
1st son George Manners b 1751 married Elizabeth Gardner. 8 children
2nd son John Manners b 1778 - (don't know who he married) died 1859. had 3 sons
1st son Ralph Manners married Mary Jolly. They had six sons all of whom lived to have large families
5th son Thomas Manners b 1839. had 3 sons He built a lot of houses and shops in Bishop Auckland
These Manners apparently have also gone to AUstralia and the US.
I know there are gaps but I did ask for my line.
Hope this helps.


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