Ancestors of Lynn Hopewell


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picture William Roland Manning [953]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 3 Sep 1881 2868
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
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Events
1. Physical Description 2868, medium height, stout build, gray eyes, dark hair, 12 Sep 1918
2. Residence 2868, 725 Clifford Street, 12 Sep 1918 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
3. Occupation 2868, self-employed carpenter, 12 Sep 1918 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
4. Military 2868, WW1 draft registration card, 12 Sep 1918 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Name: William Roland Manning
Address: 725 Clifford Street, Portsmouth, Va.
Age: 37 Date of Birth: September 3, 1881
Race: white U.S. Citizen: native born
Occupation: carpenter
Employer's name: self
Where employed: Portsmouth, Va.
Nearest Relative: Louisa T. Manning
725 Clifford St., Portsmouth, Va.
I affirm that I have vertified the above answers and that they are true
William Roland Manning
Registrar's Report:
medium height stout build
Color of eyes: gray Color of hair: dark
Has person lost arm, leg, hand, foot, or both eyes, or otherwise physically disqualified: no
Date: Sept. 12, 1918
Local Board, City of Portsmouth
Municipal Building
Portsmouth, Virginia


picture William T. Manning [998]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1862 - Virginia 1738
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
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Events
1. Census 1738, U.S., Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
2. Occupation 1738, clerk, Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
3. Residence 1738, 318 Court Street, Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
4. Residence 240, Court Street near High, 1882 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
William T. Manning, civil engineer h Court nr High
5. Occupation 240, civil engineer, 1882 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
6. Residence 2869, 340 High Street, 1883 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
William T. Manning, coachtrimmer, bds 340 High
7. Occupation 2869, coachtrimmer, 1883 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA


Parents
         Father: William W. Manning [994] (Abt 1823-1892) 1732,1733,1736 [MRIN:354] 
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth Drewrey [995] (Abt 1831-1891) 1732,1733,1734 


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William W. Manning [994]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1823 - Virginia 1732
        Baptism: 
          Death: 3 Feb 1892 - Berkley, Norfolk (city), Virginia, USA 2870
         Burial: 5 Feb 1892 2870
 Cause of Death: 
          AFN #: 
                 

Events
1. Miliary Service 2871, Mexican War, 30 Apr 1848 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Mexican War--Portsmouth also sent a volunteer company to Mexico. It was assigned as Co. F, First Regimnet Virginia
Co. John F. C. Hantranck, Lieut. Col. Randolph & Maj. Jebal A. Early. The following is the muster roll made in Mexico, April 30, 1848 and certified by Capt. W. S. Duggan, Captina North Carolina Volunteers, Acting Inspector General.
William W. Manning
William White

**check records at the National Archives for the service record
2. Leaving 2872, leaving for the North, Mar 1856 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
The Daily Transcript--March 17, 1856
W.W. Manning advised for his accounts to be paid, as he was leaving for the North--a merchant
3. Occupation 2873, General auctioneers & real estate agent, 12 Feb 1870 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Journal--February 12, 1870
John M. Drewrey, W. W. Manning & E. A. Jack, general auctioneers and real estate agents, one door west of the Saving Bank.
4. License 2874, Ordinary license, 18 Apr 1874 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Saturday, April 18th 1874
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge
Upon Petition of the following names/persons, the Court being satisfied that they are persons of sobriety and good character, permissioner is hereby granted to each of them to keep an "ordinary", at their respective places, the same being considered by the Court convenient and suitable, until the 30th day of April 1875, viz:
Eugene Rielly, Water Street near Henry Street
James. E. Stoakes, 16 High Street
Wm. W. Manning, Under Ocean House
I. Wilkins, King Street near Water Street
5. Arrested 2875, 1874 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
1874--Wm. W. Manning Charge not given
verdict not given Box 2, file 301
6. Arrested 2876, charged with misdemeanor, 1874 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
1874--Wm. W. Manning Misdemeanor
guilty Box 2, file 303
7. Summons 2877, 12 Nov 1874 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Thursday, November 12th 1874
Present--The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge
The Grand Jury appeared in Court according to their adjournment, and J. M. Porter, one of the Grand Jurors aforesaid, being unable to attend, the Court directed that Nathaniel Owens be returned from the bystanders and the said Nathaniel Owens being duly sworn, the said Grand Jury retired to their room, and after some time returned into Court having found the following presentments.
A presentment against Wm. W. Manning for misdemeaner "a true bill"
It is ordered that Wm. W. Manning be summoned to appear here on the first day of the December term next of our Court, to answer a presentment this day found against him by the Grand Jury.--Issued
8. Summons 2878, selling intoxicating liquors on the Sabbath day, 9 Dec 1874 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Wednesday, December 9th 1874
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge
William W. Manning who has been summoned to appear at the present term of this Court to answer a presentment of the Grand Jury for a violation of the Act of the General Assembly of Virginia entitled "An act prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors on the Sabbath day, approved March 6th 1874, this day appeared in Court and plead guilty to the presentment aforesaid, upon consideration whereof the Court doth fine the said William W. Manning the sum of ten dollars. Therefore, it is considered by the Court that the Commonwealth recover against the said William W. Manning the said fine of ten dollars and the costs of this prosecution. And thereupon the said William W. Manning paid to the Clerk in Court, the said fine of ten dollars and $10.25 the cost.
9. License 2879, license to keep "Eating House", 11 May 1875 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Tuesday, May 11th 1875
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge

Upon the petition of Wm. W. Manning, the Court being satisfied that he is a person of sobriety and good character, permission is hereby granted him to keep an "Eating house" on High Street near Court Street, said place being considered by the Court convenient and suitable from May 11th 1875 to April 30th 1876, and permission is granted him to sell to be drunk at the place where sold, wine, ardent spirits, malt liquors, or any mixture of any of them; it appearing to the Court that the said Wm. W. Manning has paid to the proper officer the tax required by law to be paid on said license. Ordered that the Court be adjourned til tomorrow May 12th 1875, at 10 o'clock a.m. C. W. Hill
10. Summons 2880, selling ardent spirits to minors, 17 May 1875 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Friday, May 14th 1875
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge
City of Portsmouth, to wit: In the Court of Hustings for the said city
The Jurors of the Commonwealth of Virginia in and for the body of the said city, and now attending said Court, upon their oath present, that Robert Noel, Harvey Jones, W. W. Manning, Hiram Eason, Pat O'Connor, James Little, Wm. Linn, James E. Stokes, E. B. Lookins, James H. Richardson, and Mrs. Lousia Morgan on the 9th day of May 1875, and various and divers times before, in the City aforesaid did give, furnish and dispose of, and did cause to be given and furnished and did permit his clerk or bar keepers to sell, barter and dispose of to Wiliam Boush, Isaac Anderton, Aleck Warner and to other minors, knowing them to be minors, without the consent of their parents or guardians, wine, ardent spirits, and a mixture thereof, against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Wm. Dyson, foreman
Witnesses: Aleck Warner
Isaac Anderton
Willie Boush
11. Summons 2881, selling intoxicating liquors to minors, 21 May 1875 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Friday, May 21st 1875
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge

The Attorney for the Commonwealth this day filed information against Harvey Jones, W. W. Manning, Hiram Eason, P. O'Connor, Jas. Little, Wm. Linn, James E. Stokes, E. B. Lookins, Jas. H. Richardson and Lousia Morgan for violation of the act of the General Assembly of Virginia, entitled "an act to prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors to minors", approved March 24th 1874, whereupon it is ordered that the said Harvey Jones, W. W. Manning, Hiram Eason, P. O'Connor, Jas. Little, Wm. Linn, James E. Stokes, E. B. Lookins, Jas. H. Richardson, and Louisa Morgan, be summoned to appear here on the first day of the next term of this Court to answer the said informations respectively.---Issued
12. Summons 2882, sale of intoxicating liquors to minors, 9 Jun 1875 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Wednesday, June 9th 1875
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge

The Commonwealth, Pltff vs W. W. Manning, Deft.

Upon an information for violation of the act to prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors to minors. This day came as well the attorney for the Commonwealth as the Defendant by his attorney, and the said Defendant by his attorney plead "not guilty", to which the attorney for the Commonwealth replied generally, and thereupon came a jury to wit: Caleb Fleming, E. M. Owens, John Land, S. S. Ames, Jas. K. Smith, Edward Wilkins, S. D. T. Manning, Jno. E. West, Geo. A. G. Scott, Robert Pettit, Morris Hunt, Jefferson Phillips, who being elected, tried and sworn the truth to speak upon the issue. Joined, and having heard the evidence and argument of counsel retired to their room to consult of a verdict, and after some time returned into Court having found the following verdict, "We the Jury find the Defendant not guilty". Therefore it is considered by the Court that the Defendant be acquitted of the charge aforesaid and go thereof without day.
13. License 2883, transfer of license to Leonids Foreman, 15 Jun 1875 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
Tuesday, June 15th 1875
Present: The Hon. C. W. Hill, Judge

On the motion of Wm. W. Manning, it is ordered that the permit granted him at the May term 1875, of this Court to keep an "Eating House" with permission to retail wine, spiritous or malt liquors to be drunk at such Eating House, on High Street near Court Street, until the 30th of April 1876, be transferred to Leonids Foreman, the Court being satisfied that the said Leonids Foreman is a person of sobriety and good character.
Ordered that the Court be adjoined til tomorrow June 16th 1875, at 10 o'clock a.m.
C. W. Hill
14. Arrested 2884, charged with violating liquor law, 1875 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
1875--W.W. Manning Violating liquor law
dismissed Box 3, file 40
15. Arrested 2885, charged with violating liquor law, 1875 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
1875--W.W. Manning Violating liquor law
not guilty Box 3, file 68
16. Census 2886, U.S., 11 Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
Wim.W. Manning, white, male, age 57, married, occupation: seine hauler, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
Mary E. Manning, white, female, age 49, wife, married, occupation: keeping house, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
Mary V, Manning, white, female, age 24, daughter, single, at home, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
Annie L. Manning, white, female, age 21, daughter, single, at home, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
Wm. T. Manning, white, male, age 18, son, single, occupation: clerk, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
Cleveland Manning, white, male, age 12, son, single, born in Va., father born in Va., mother born in Va.
17. Occupation 1732, seine hauler, Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
18. Residence 1732, 318 Court Street, Jun 1880 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
19. Residence 240, Court Street near High Street, 1882 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
William W. Manning, fish dlr h Court nr High
20. Occupation 240, fish dealer, 1882 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
21. Residence 2869, 340 High Street, 1883 in Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA
William W. Manning, h 340 High
22. Residence 2870, 920 Mulberry Street, 1892 in Berkley, Norfolk (city), Virginia, USA
23. Obituary 2887, 3 Feb 1892 in Berkley, Norfolk (city), Virginia, USA
Feb. 5, 1892--Manning---At his late residence, no. 920 Mulberry Street, Berkley, Va., Wednesday, 9:20 p.m. William W. Manning, in the 69th year of his age.
Funeral from St. Paul's (Episcopal) Chapel this (Friday) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.


Spouses and Children
1. *Mary Elizabeth Drewrey [995] (Abt 1831 - 23 May 1891) 1732,1733,1734  [MRIN:354]
       Marriage: 16 Jun 1855 - Norfolk Co., Virginia 1737
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Mary V. Manning [996] (Abt 1856-      ) 1738
                2. Annie L. Manning [997] (Abt 1859-After 1890) 1738,1739
                3. William T. Manning [998] (Abt 1862-      ) 1738
                4. Cleveland Manning [999] (Abt 1868-After 1922) 1736,1738,1740
                5. Lillie Manning [1075] (Abt 1872-1880) 1733


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Williamina Manning [531]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1838
        Baptism: 
          Death: 1839 2686
         Burial: 
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          AFN #: 
                 


Parents
         Father: William B. Manning [211] (1799-1839) 2090 [MRIN:111] 
         Mother: Sophronia Sarah Wood Palmer [212] (1817-1873) 412,1489,1607,1608,1609,1610 


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Willis Manning [1192]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 
        Baptism: 
          Death: After Dec 1800 318
         Burial: 
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Events
1. Inherits 318, from Mikel Manning--$5.00, 13 Dec 1800 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
*note--Mikel Manning does not state whether Willis is a grandchild or not. I'm working off that assumption until I can find further documentation to prove the relationship


Parents
         Father: Matthias Manning [1190] (      -After 1800) 318 [MRIN:445] 
         Mother: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Lydia Ives [506] (       -       ) 2251  [MRIN:203]
       Marriage: 11 Jul 1799 - Norfolk Co., Virginia 2252
         Status: 


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Willis Manning [2768]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Between 1794 and 1810 235
        Baptism: 
          Death: After Jul 1816 46
         Burial: 
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          AFN #: 
                 

Events
1. Property tax 2888, List of taxable property within the district of the parishes of Portsmouth & Elizabeth River, 9 Aug 1795 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
Willis Manning--1 white male
2. Property tax 2889, List of taxable property within the district of the parishes of Portsmouth & Elizabeth River, 20 May 1797 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
Willis Manning--1 white male
3. Property tax 2890, List of taxable property within the district of the parishes of Portsmouth & Elizabeth River, 21 Jul 1798 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
Willis Manning--1 white male
4. Property tax 2891, List of taxable property within the district of the parishes of Portsmouth & Elizabeth River, 4 Mar 1799 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
Willis Manning--1 white male
5. Inherits 46, from father, James Manning to be equally shared with brother, Robert and his mother, Lettisha, 6 Jul 1816 in Norfolk Co., Virginia
the farm that James Manning now lives on after paying the rent and to equally divide the money after paying doctors bill.


Parents
         Father: James Manning [2766] (Between 1765-Between 1816) 46 [MRIN:926] 
         Mother: Lettisha [2767] (Between 1765-After 1816) 46 


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Wright Manning [668]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1830 - Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia 2892
        Baptism: 
          Death: 16 Feb 1867 - Portsmouth, Portsmouth (city), Virginia, USA 2893
         Burial: 
 Cause of Death: Consumption 2892
          AFN #: 
                 

Events
1. Census 2894, slave schedule, Nov 1850 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
Wright Manning: 1 black female, age 40
1 black male, age 16
1 black male, age 10
1 black female, age 3
1 black female, age 6 months
2. Occupation 2892, farmer, 1867 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia


Notes
Death Notes:
Name: Wright Manning
Race: white Sex: male
Date of Death: Feb. 16, 1867 Place of Death: Portsmouth
Cause of Death: consumption Age: 37 years
Parents: unknown Place of Birth: Porsmouth
Occupation: farmer Marital status: married
Informant: Thos. Scott, undertaker
Medical:
*Phthisis, pulmonium, ptistic, tizzey, tyzie. Tuberculosis of the lung. A tubercular infection of the lungs characterized by the development of cavities that cause breathing difficulties along with a chronic cough. At first, the phlegm brought up by coughing contains purulent matter: later blood is expelled as well.
And a wasting of the body, local or general. A term commonly used during the 18th and 19th centuries but still found in current medical resources. 1820

picture Wright Manning [670]

      Sex: M
AKA: Weight Manning 51
Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1795 - Virginia 51
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
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          AFN #: 
                 

Events
1. Census 2895, U.S., 1850 in Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., Virginia
Weight Manning, age 55, male, occupation: farmer, born in Va.
Catherine Manning, age 40, female, born in Va.
Weight Manning, age 20, male, born in Va.
Wm. Manning, age 15, male, born in Va.
Dempsey Manning, age6 months, male, born in Va.
James Ward, age 44, male, occupation: laborer, born in Va.


Spouses and Children
1. *Catherine Ward [939] (15 Nov 1810 - 27 Apr 1890) 51,52,53,54  [MRIN:342]
       Marriage: 31 Oct 1832 - Norfolk Co., Virginia 2896
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Weight Manning [2237] (Abt 1830-      ) 51
                2. William Manning [2238] (Abt 1835-      ) 51
                3. Dempsey Manning [2239] (Abt 1849-      ) 51
                4. Samuel D. T. Manning [951] (1850-1931) 190,191
                5. Sarah Manning [941] (Abt 1852-      ) 2820


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Emilio Marcos [448]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 4 Oct 1918 - Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, USA
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
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          AFN #: 
                 


Spouses and Children
1. *Evelyn Katherine Illgen [449] (28 Jul 1922 - 23 Oct 1970) [MRIN:176]
       Marriage: 5 Mar 1949 - Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, USA
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Justina Faye Marcos [438] (1950-      )

Notes
Marriage Notes (Evelyn Katherine Illgen)
Central Christian, Central Avenue.

picture Justina Faye Marcos [438]

      Sex: F
AKA: Tina 185
Individual Information
          Birth: 14 Mar 1950 - Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, USA
        Baptism: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 
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          AFN #: 
                 

Events
1. Alt. Birth, Alt. Birth, 14 Mar 1950 in Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, USA


Parents
         Father: Emilio Marcos [448] (1918-      ) [MRIN:176] 
         Mother: Evelyn Katherine Illgen [449] (1922-1970) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Lt. Col. Mathew Stewart Mathews III [150] (1 Aug 1944 -       ) 185  [MRIN:87]
       Marriage: 30 Apr 1980 - Copenhagen, , KÝbenhavn, Denmark
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Sean Eric Mathews [439] (1981-      )
                2. Ross Ian Mathews [440] (1982-      )
                3. Brittany Joy Mathews [441] (1987-      )

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