|Birth: ||Feb. 23, 1735|
|Death: ||Mar., 1788|
Asa was the son of George Manley & Elizabeth Turner. He married Chloe Bridgeman in 1759 in Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut. To this union, 8 children were born.
Was a Revolutionary soldier having served as a private in the Lexington Alarm. Asa was drafted for military service in the spring of 1777. He was a patriot for he did manufacture gunpowder (saltpeter), and is recorded as having delivered 2 lbs., 4 oz of gunpowder on 11 Jan 1777 to the Mill at Windham, CT. Asa is listed in a book of American Revolutionary men descendants of whom are eligible for membership in the DAR.
When Asa was drafted for the military in the spring of 1877, his wife Chloe was home with 8 children, and then she died in Aug. that same year at the age of 36.
Chloe Bridgeman Manley (1742 - 1777)
Eunice Dimmick Marvin (1753 - 1835)
Olivet Manley Perkins (1760 - 1800)*
Mary Manley (1761 - ____)*
Ruth Manley (1770 - 1801)*
Daniel Manley (1780 - 1854)*
Chloe Manley Perkins (1783 - 1868)*
Cornelia Jones (1787 - 1847)*
Nathan Hale Cemetery
Maintained by: Sandy Vandertol
Originally Created by: Beca
Record added: Feb 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24542786
Added: May. 14, 2009