Married: 14 Sept 1723 in Baden-Wurttemberg, WEST GERMANY, to Anna Margretta Geisser Her Father is Christian Geisser. They had 3 children, John Jacob, Georg Bernhard, and Maria Margreth. His first wife, Anna Margretha, died on October 29,1730.
George married again, as the records shows George's second wife, Maria Margretha, and they had a child, Anna Maria, born February 9, 1732, nine months before the ship arrived in America. We don't know how long the passengers had to wait for a ship to sail for America but it is possible George listed his family several days before they sailed
George Mann came to Philadelphia on the Pink Plaisance on 21 Sept 1732,
Assumption is they are buried on the family farm, or buried in the cemetery at Peaked Mountain Church where they were members. This old cemetery now lost, was located a few feet east of Brown's Memorial Reformed Church in McGaheysville, adjacent to the former Peaked Mountain Church. All headstones remaining in the cemetery were placed on the ground and surrounding a Revolutionary War Marker that list the war patriots.
Anna Margretta Geisser Mann (1705 - 1730)
Children of GEORGE MANN and ANNA GEISSER are:
i. JOHN JACOB MANN, SR, b. Dec 3,1724, Reiken, W Germany; d. Apr 29, 1795. Springfield.
ii. GEORGE BERNARD MANN, b. November 25,1726.
iii. MARIE MARGARETH MANN, b. December 18,1729.
Children of GEORGE MANN and MARIA SOPIA are:
1. ANNA MARIE MANN, b. February 9,1731.
2. GEORGE ADAM MANN, b. Mar 15,1733, Lancaster Co., PA; d. May 4,1821, New Berlington Cemetery, Green Co., OH.
3. GEORGE CARL MANN, b. August 6,1735.
4. GEORGE CUNRADT MANN, b. April 25,1737.
5. JOSEPH MANN, b. 1740.
6. CATARINA MANN, b. May 24,1741; d. Bef. 1841.
7. JOHN MANN, b. Aft. 1743, New Holland, PA; m. SUSANNA UNKNOWN.
The three deeds were for transferring uses into possession. (Augusta County Clerks' Office, Staunton, VA in Deed Bk. 12, P-469).
May 20, 1766, John Jacob Mann -100 acres from George Barnet Mann and Margaret Mann.
May 21, 1766, George Mann -100 acres from George Barnet Mann and Margaret Mann.
May 3 l , 1768, John Mann -120 acres from George Barnet Mann and Margaret Mann.
The transaction to John Mann, is the last record we have of George Barnet Mann and his wife, Maria Margaretha, May 31,1768 where they sold to their son, John, 120 acres of the original grant for 10 pounds, Deed Book 13, P-377. These transactions were more like gifts than sales.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with George by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with George: