Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

John Manning

Male 1717 - Aft 1789  (~ 73 years)


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  • Name John Manning 
    Born Nov 1717  Port Tobacco, West Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1789  Port Tobacco, West Hundred, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I9197  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father John Manning,   b. 1678, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Sep 1735, Port Tobacco, West Hundred, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary Wade,   b. 1687, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1744, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 58 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Abt 1709  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F6315  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Walter Manning,   b. Bef 1750, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1790, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F6320  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Birth
      [1715-16 Port Tobacco W Hundred (Hd) Charles Co MD (Chas Co): John Manning born (aged about 27 years in Fall 1744 deposition; aged about 54 years in Nov 1769); father John Manning, mother Mary Wade (see father's chrono)]
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      4 Feb 1718/19 Chas Co: in his will John Manning bequeathed to his son Joseph 62A bought by his father [Joseph Manning] of William Elliott and James Allen [see ChD H2:52,114] as well as 20A of dwelling plantation adjoining to aforesaid tract; to his son John 50A bought by his father of John Shackerly [see ChD H2:50] as well as 20A of dwelling plantation adjoining to aforesaid tract; to his son Richard 50A "Ward's Addition", bought by his father of Thomas Ward, and residue of dwelling plantation after decease of Richard's mother; to his wife Mary the dwelling plantation during life, except for the 40A before bequeathed; residue of estate both real and personal to be divided among his wife and children according to law; his sons to be for themselves at age of 18; appointed wife Mary executrix; appointed as overseers Thomas Matthews, Matthew Stone and Thomas Stone Jr; witnesses were John Hayes, William Harrell and Rev. William Maconchie [will was not probated until 1735] «Prerog Ct of MD Will Bk (PCW) 21:437»
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      3 Sep 1735 Chas Co: will of John Manning {father} (dated 4 Feb 1718/19) proved in court by oath of ... «PCW 21:437»
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      Nov 1744 Chas Co: Walter Hanson, deputy commissary of Chas Co, returned to court depositions which he took by order of the last [quarterly] court, a citation having been issued (per order) to the Sheriff of Chas Co against Susannah Jenkins of Chas Co widow to shew cause why she concealed sundry and diverse of the effects which were of Thomas Jenkins (her son) late of Chas Co decd (at the instance & request of Anne Jenkins his administratrix; depositions were taken (amongst others) from Mary Manning, aged about 57 years, and John Manning, aged about 27 years «Prerog Ct Of MD Testamentary Prcdgs (PCTP) 31:546»
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      28 Oct 1754 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Mr Richard Manning decd appraised at £100.13.7 by S. Hawkins and John Jenkins; Gustavus Brown and John Semple signed inventory as creditors, and Joseph Manning {bro of decd} and John Manning {bro of decd} signed as next of kin. 19 Nov 1754 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Anne Manning, administratrix. «PCI 60:28»
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      11 Mar 1755 Chas Co: William Sanders of Chas Co, planter, executor of Thomas Sanders late of Chas Co, planter, decd, sold to John Manning of Chas Co, planter, 100A part of 500A tract "Saint Matthews" bounded by the west side of Piscataway Main Road «ChD A3:322»
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      25 Sep 1755 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Hugh Kerrick decd appraised at £25.12.10 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; Hugh Mitchell and Walter Hanson signed inventory as creditors, and James Cavish and John Kerrick signed as next of kin. 28 Nov 1755 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Walter Kerrick, administrator. «PCI 61:118»
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      1755 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Clement Theobold [Theobalds] decd appraised at £89.17.0 by Richard Gambra and John Manning; Leo. Briscoe and William Theobald signed as next of kin. 12 Nov 1762 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by John Theobalds, administrator. «PCI 79:208»
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      16 Dec 1758 Chas Co: John Maning [signed "Manning"] of Chas Co, planter, sold to William Sanders of Chas Co, planter, 100A part of tract "Saints Mathews" bounded by the west side Pis[c]attaway Road «ChD G3:261»
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      18 Jun 1759 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Matthew Breeding decd appraised at £119.0.8 by Joseph Maning and John Maning; Walter Hanson and Andrew Monro signed inventory as creditors, and Margret Chapman and John Chapman signed as next of kin. 17 Nov 1759 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by John Gilmor and Isabell Breeding, executors. «PCI 67:516»
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      20 Mar 1760 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Richard King decd appraised at £13.17.0 by Joseph Manning and John Manning. 14 Jun 1760 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Mary Cochran, administratrix. «PCI 70:185»
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      26 Jan 1761 Chas Co: Catharine Barnes of Chas Co, widow, for the "natural love I have for my daughter Esther Barnes" of Chas Co, gave her a negro man called Grait Tam; witnesses were John Manning and Walter Clements «ChD G3:509»
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      12 Nov 1762 Chas Co: goods and chattels of John Norris decd appraised at £237.5.5 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; Joseph M. Semmes signed inventory as creditor; for next of kin was entered "only small children". 2 Sep 1763 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by William Taylor, administrator. «PCI 81:188»
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      31 Aug 1763 Chas Co: goods and chattels of John Butler decd appraised at £120.12.3 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; Walter Hanson and George Hunter signed inventory as creditors, and Lidy Butler and William Sanders signed as next of kin. 11 Oct 1763 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Elisabeth Butler, administratrix. «PCI 82:181»
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      22 Oct 1763 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Andrew Patton decd appraised at £30.12.3 by Jos. Manning and John Manning. 5 Sep 1766 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Walter Hanson, executor. «PCI 90:215»
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      10 Apr 1764 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Alexander McDaniel decd appraised at £93.18.11 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; John Semple and Robert Mundell signed inventory as creditors. 1 Nov 1764 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Catharine McDaniel, administratrix. «PCI 86:13»
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      [c1765] Chas Co: goods and chattels of Daniel Wright decd appraised at £79.9.1 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; Samuel Marshall and Daniel Jenifer signed inventory as creditors, and Susanna Wright and Anne Wright signed as next of kin. 16 May 1765 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Prudence Wright, administratrix. «PCI 88:58»
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      [c1765] Chas Co: goods and chattels of Margaret Key decd appraised at £36.4.5 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; Daniel Jenifer and John Semple signed inventory as creditors. 31 Jul 1765 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Neal Kerrigan, executor. «PCI 88:62»
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      16 Jun 1766 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Thomas Simpson decd appraised at £293.3.7 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; William Clements and George Hunter signed inventory as creditors, and Mary Simmes and Charles Simpson signed as next of kin. 6 Sep 1766 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Elisabeth Simpson, executrix. «PCI 90:223»
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      30 Mar 1767 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Francis Adams decd appraised at £79.12.0 by Joseph Manning and John Manning; John Hanson Jr, as well as James Lawson for self and John Semple, signed inventory as creditors, and William Godfrey Addams and Walter Addams signed as next of kin. 6 Jul 1767 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Jane Addams, administratrix. «PCI 95:190»
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      15 Nov 1767 Chas Co: Theodocia Maddox, administratrix of James Maddox decd, produced in court an account on estate; balance was £78.16.2; listed on account as sureties were Richard Speake and John Manning; decd's representatives were "unknown to this office" «Prerog Ct of MD Balance Bk (PCB) 5:44»
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      1 Oct 1768 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Joseph Manning appraised at £247.9.0 by John Chapman and John Stone; Robert Hooe and Andrew Maxwell for John Craig signed inventory as creditors, and John Manning {bro of decd} and Anne Garner {dau of decd} signed inventory as next of kin. 23 Nov 1768 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Elisabeth Manning, administratrix. «PCI 98:92»
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      [c1768 Chas Co: John Manning {John2,Joseph1} appointed guardian of Joseph Manning son of Richard (his previous guardian having died)]
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      16 Jan 1769 Chas Co: at request of Joseph Timms, several documents and depositions recorded attesting to transfer of property from Joseph Timms [who married widow of Richard Manning] to Joseph Manning, guardian to Joseph Manning son of Richard, for use of orphan; a 1764 receipt recorded concerning delivery of goods, with Richard Barnes and John Chapman appraising value of goods; Richard Barnes and John Manning came to court and made oath concerning 1764 delivery; a 1765 receipt recorded concerning delivery of money and goods; John Manning further made oath concerning 1765 delivery; a 1767 receipt recorded concerning delivery of goods to Joseph Manning by Robt Tims; Robert Tims came to court and made oath that he made 1767 delivery by order of Joseph Tims. «Chas Co Deed Bk (ChD) O3:511»
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      21 Mar 1769 Chas Co: John Manning gave deposition to a commission examining the bounds of tract "Glovers Point", in possession of Josias Hawkins, as follows: "John Manning aged fifty four years or thereabouts being duly sworn ... deposeth and saith that about forty years ago Mr Henry Hawkins now deceased came to this deponants father John Mannings house and desired his said father to go with him to see a Boundary fix'd and then he came and his said father John Manning Mr Henry Hawkins Joseph Manning {deponent's bro} and Richard Manning {deponent's bro} came to the Place where the before mentioned stone now lyes ..." «ChCP Q3:409»
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      12 Jan 1770 Chas Co: Elizabeth Manning administratrix of Joseph Manning {bro of John} produced in court an account on decd's estate; payments made to estate included one from John Manning; payments from estate included one amounting to £63.3.1, due from decd to Joseph Manning son of Richard and received by decd as his guardian from Joseph Juners [Timms], who intermarried with the administratrix of Richard Manning, and now paid to John Manning the present guardian «PCA 62:351»
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      16 Jun 1772 Chas Co: Mr Henry Smith Hawkins and Thomas Hawkins, executors of Alexander Smith Hawkins decd, produced in court an account on estate; balance was £376.17.3; listed on account as sureties were Richard Barnes and John Manning; legatee of decd was Sarah Watts; residual estate distributed to executors «Prerog Ct of MD Balance Bk (PCB) 5:44»
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      10 Aug 1775 Chas Co: goods and chattels of William Sander[s] decd were appraised at £13.18.11 by John Manning and Zachariah McDonald; creditors signing inventory were Robert Mundell for John Glasford & Co, and Joseph Marbury for Mary Hawkins and representatives of Rand. Morriss Hawkins; Elisabeth Clements and Anne Sander[s] signed inventory as next of kin. 13 Nov 1775 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Edward Sander[s], administrator. «PCI 120:269»
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      10 Aug 1775 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Mrs Rebecca Sanders decd were appraised at £125.8.2 by John Manning and Zachariah McDonald; creditors signing inventory were Robert Mundell for John Glasford & Co, and Joseph Aderton; Elisabeth Clement[s] and Anne Sanders signed inventory as next of kin. 13 Nov 1775 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Edward Sanders, administrator. «PCI 120:283»
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      10 Aug 1775 Chas Co: goods and chattels of Catherine Sanders decd were appraised at £59.12.2 by John Manning and Zachariah McDonald; Joseph Aderton signed inventory as creditor, and Elisabeth Clements and Anne Sanders signed as next of kin. 13 Nov 1775 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Edward Sanders, administrator. «PCI 120:291»
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      2 Dec 1775 Chas Co: Mr Joseph Semmes, administrator of Williamson Semmes decd, produced in court an account on estate; balance was £65.17.4; listed on account as sureties were John Manning and Zachariah McDonald; distribution was made to decd's 8 brothers and sisters [unnamed] «PCB 7:40»
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      16 Dec 1775 Chas Co: Jno. Mannying, Thomas Heyfield and Elenor Heyfield were witnesses to the will of Burr Barnes. 1 Jul 1776 Chas Co: will probated. «PCW 41:40»
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      29 Mar 1776 Chas Co: goods and chattels of William Thomas decd were appraised at £320.14.1 by John Manning and Zachariah McDonald; creditors signing inventory were Barnes & Redgate, and Robert Mundell for John Glasford & Co; Susanna Rigg and son George Thomas signed inventory as next of kin. 15 Jun 1776 Chas Co: inventory presented in court by Elisabeth Thomas, executrix. «PCI 122:402»
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      Early 1778 Port Tobacco W Hd Chas Co: John Manning, Joseph Manning and Walter Manning on constable's list in consecutive entries (list was in initial order) «Chas Co Court Proceedings Book (ChCP) X3:630-640»
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      Death
      [by 1783? Chas Co?: John Manning probably died (not in 1783 Chas Co tax list; no Chas Co probate records of any type known to exist on John)]
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      John Sanders 27.47 CH £0.18.3 Jun 14 1742
      Appraisers: Matthew Stone, John Manning.
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      Clement Theobold 79,208 CH £89,17,0 1755 Nov 12 1762
      Appraisers: Richard Gambra, John Manning.
      Next of kin: Leo. Briscoe, William Theobald.
      Administrator: John Theobalds.
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      Mr. William Boarman 94,286 CH £498.12.3 Jun 4 1767 Jul 7 1767
      Appraisers: J. Hawkins, W. Bowling.
      Creditors: Barnes & Redgate, John Mason for John & James Jamieson.
      Next of kin: Ed. Boarman, John Manning.
      Executrix: Winifred Boarman
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      John Butler 82,181 CH £120.12.3 Aug 31 1763 Oct 11 1763
      Appraisers: Joseph Manning John Manning.
      Creditors: Walter Hanson, George Hunter.
      Next of kin: Lidy Butler, William Sanders.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Butler.
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      Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 0- Liber Y - Page 192.
      Lease. Jun 10, 1740 from Walter Pye of PG, to John Manning of Charles County. Walter Pye, per letter of attorney, is acting as the attorney of Charles Pye Esq of PG, to lease land in Mattawoman Neck belonging to sd Chas Pye, for one or two lives. This indenture witnesses that sd Walter Pye, on behalf of sd Chas Pye, leases to sd John Manning, during the term of his natural life and during the term of the natural life of his son, William Manning, a tract of land called Manning's Choice, bounded by Mattawoman Cr, containing 50 acres. The rent is 300 lbs of tobacco on May 1, 1742, and thereafter, 600 lbs of tobacco on each May 1, and 1 bushel of wheat each Sep 1, and 1 fat turkey each Christmas, and 3 fat chickens at midsummer. If the rent is more than 30 days behind, Charles Pye may repossess the premises. John Manning shall plant an orchard of 100 apple trees of good winter fruit, within 4 years next, and the same well maintain. The premises are to be left in tenantable condition. John Manning shall not cut down or sell any timber or wood on the premises, or cut timber in a wasteful manner, further than to clear the land for planting & sowing or any other use for the plantation. If wood is cut down in a wasteful manner, Charles Pye may cart it away and use it himself. Charles Pye may cut down any white oak timber to saw into plank or heading or pipe hhd or barrel staves, or any black walnut or cherry tree or any crooked ship timber on sd premises, and to convert and carry away the same, leaving enough timber for the use of the sd plantation. Five acres in one comer of the premises shall be left uncut of the timber thereon, which is to be left to grow and improve. John Manning may not assign over to any other tenants, the sd lease unless leave is first had of sd Chas Pye. Signed - Walter Pye. Wit - Geo: Dent*, Wm Hamilton. Recorded Aug 22, 1740.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 261. Dec 16, 1758 from John Maning of CC, planter, to William Sanders of CC, planter, for 80 £and for divers other good causes, 100 acres in CC, being part of a tract of land called Saints Mathews, laid off by the directions of the will of Thomas Sanders, late of CC, decd, to be sold. The 100 acres is bounded by the west side Pisattaway (Piscataway] road, containing about 100 acres. Signed - John Manning. Wit - Willm Eilbeck, Dan Jenifer. Recorded Dec 20, 1758.

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      Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 9. Mar 15, 1790 from Walter Manning of CC to Henry Dent of CC, for 120 £, the following tracts of land in CC, to wit, all that tract of land, being part of a tract of land 300 acres, at the head of Nanjemoy Cr, which part is bounded by a plain on a plain near Nanjemoy Road, containing about 50 acres. Also, 20 acres, being part of a tract of land now in the possession of Joseph Manning and adjoins the afd 50 acres. The 20 acres were bequeathed by John Manning, the grandfather of sd Walter Manning, to his son, John Manning, by his will dated Feb 4, 1719. Signed - Walter Manning. Wit - Richd Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded at the request of Henry Dent, son of Thomas, on Mar 15, 1790.
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      Assessment of 1783 Charles County- Maryland State Archives Maryland State Archives
      MARYLAND INDEXES
      (Assessment of 1783, Index)
      1783
      Charles County
      MSA S 1437
      John Manning. 300 acres. CH 3rd District, General Page 9. MSA S 1161-4-10 1/4/5/47
      John Manning. Boarmans Manor, pt, 300 acres. CH 3rd District, Land Page 5. MSA S 1161-4-11 1/4/5/47

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