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Margaret Man (1532)

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Margaret "Margytt" Man
Born [location unknown]
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and
Wife of — married [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 10 May 2014
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Biography

There is a wealth of information on John Man and his family in the book cited below, including names of godparents for children, locations of baptism, etc.


Sources

All information on the Man family comes from a book that purportedly transcribes journals made by John Man, Edward Man and other Man family members, from the time period:

Samuel Hambleton Needles, Record of the Man, Needles (Nedels), and Hambleton Families 1495-1876 (by subscription, self-published, Philadelphia 1876). Available free http://www.kobolibrary.org/eBooks/WPLBN0001968078-Record-of-the-Man--Needles--Nedels--and-Hambleton-Families-1495-1876-by-Needles--Samuel-Hambleton.aspx?



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Collaboration

On 1 Mar 2015 at 12:52 GMT Lyn Adams wrote:

Having looked at a copy of Man,Needles and Hambleton Families online, I see that the author mentions the earliest Mann's in the Domesday book came from Southampton,Hampshire,UK. I've been researching my Man/Mann family for years, my earliest ancester being John Man, born 1495 at Hinton Martell in Dorset. Nearby is a small wooded area called Manswood. which may have been a small hamlet at one time. I have never found any link with the Man family of Poole, my Man ancestors were humble farming folk, but it does seem strange that they lived within a few miles of Poole and as yet there are no connections.

I would be very interested to know if you have found any connections.

On 1 Nov 2014 at 22:36 GMT Linda (Ward) Ellinger wrote:

Link is repaired for now, until it changes again.

On 29 Sep 2014 at 19:51 GMT Lyn Adams wrote:

This link appears to be broken as of today,

29 Sep 2014.



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