|ann maner (#47711023)|
| || member for 2 years, 11 months, 28 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for ann maner (8)||[Leave Message]|
|Anonymous||Mary Ella Maner Berry|
This is my Great grandmother I would like to get a marker do you live in Savannah Ga. I need help someone that could check on getting it. email firstname.lastname@example.org
334 566 3197
live in Alabama
|Bob Kiernan||Thank You for Headstone Picture|
Thank you very much for taking the time to snap a photo of Mary Ann (Lawton) Maner for me. I appreciate your effors.
if it helps your efforts any,
I have her birth listed as:
Black Swamp, Garnett, Hampton County, South Carolina, USA, St Peter's Parish
and her death listed as:
Allendale, Barnwell County, South Carolina, USA, now Allendale County
I apologize, I forgot that she omits the "o"
- it's EHerringtn@aol.com
Added by jrpv on May 18, 2013 8:08 PM
|jrpv||MANER HERRINGTON Screven County, Georgia|
Dear Ms. MANER,
I am not a HERRINGTON (or MANER) researcher per se; I've had to rely on a secondary source, written by Betty, a distant (ROBBINS) cousin of mine in the Savannah area:
HERRINGTON and Related Families of the South
by Elizabeth MIKELL HERRINGTON, 2004 (380 pages)
Page 105 indicates that "Candicine A. HERRINGTON" (same dates as her tombstone), who was born and died in Screven County, married James MANER about 1870, and that they were the parents of George R. MANER born about 1871.
The Screven County GA Census of 1880 has Candas A. Maner 35 widow (deaf and dumb) and George R. Maner 9, living with her brother R[ichard Braxton] Bragg HERRINGTON 20 and his wife Lizzie [BEVAN] 18.
This George R. MANER seems to be in Florida in 1930 and 1940.
What I never noticed before, is that (only?) in the index to her work, page 367, she has "MANER, James (aka: Henry Clay MANER)." Well, I know contemporary Pvt. Henry Clay MANER C.S.A. born 1843 to be the son of Charlotte MOCK & George Henry MANER, and a brother of a George R. MANER born 1827-1828 (Charlotte's brother married a BOYKIN cousin of mine and they are progenitors of almost all the MOCKs hereabouts).
But, the Chatham County GA Census of 1880 has Henry C. MANER 33, a clerk with the RailRoad, living on Jefferson Street in Savannah with three sisters, all four of them single.
I hope that some of this message will be of help in your research, and
May God Bless You and Your Family,
Added by jrpv on May 16, 2013 6:13 PM
|Anna McElroy||RE: Walter Ray Jr.|
Thank you very much Ann. Anna McElroy
|Anna McElroy||Walter Ray Jr.|
Ann how can I delete the photo you sent of my Brother's marker before the bronze marker was in place? There are too many photos to add one now that the bronze marker is in place. Thank you. Anna Ray McElroy (only surviving sibling of Walter)
|Anna McElroy||Walter Ray|
Thank you so much for the photo. Walter was my Brother. His bronze marker hasn't been put there yet. If you are close to the cemetery I would like another picture when his Bronze Marker is in place. Again thank you. Anna(Ray) McElroy
|Michael Strickland||Larry Foss|
The photo of Larry's grave site is wonderfully clear; thanks so much for making this available for all who will view it. Michael
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service