There are two different sets of dates for Mary Ann Manlove-Fisk. The old headstone in Williamson County, Texas has b. 1818 d. 1848, whereas the cenotaph on in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin, Texas has b. 1811 d. 1853. There is much documentation, however, to prove the dates of 1811-1853. One being that Mary Ann's last child was born in 1851, and another was a land deed dated 1859 that reported Mary Ann died in 1853.
Mary was married to Greenleaf Fisk somewhere between April 23, 1835 and July 20 1835 in Bastrop Co., TX. It was said of Mary Ann Manlove Fisk that, "she was a beautiful young lady of sterling qualities."
Mary Ann and Greenleaf had 7 children. Greenleaf served in the Texas Volunteer Army at the Battle of San Jacinto and was a member of House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas from Bastrop. They lived in Williamson County, Texas in mid-1800s close to the South San Gabriel River between Leander and Liberty Hill. A grandson, Tom Cashion lived on the same land until his death in 1969.
The 7th daughter of Greenleaf Fisk and Mary Ann Manlove was Mary Elmira, b. April 11, 1851(date of death unknown). Mary Elmira was married to William Dallas Wood William Dallas Wood, January 20, 1870 in Williamson County, Texas.
James Bartholomew Manlove (1775 - 1855)
Avarilla Perkins Manlove (1785 - 1852)
Greenleaf Fisk (1807 - 1888)
William Augustus Fisk (1836 - 1867)*
James Bartholomew Fisk (1838 - 1882)*
Ann Elizabeth Fisk Faubion (1840 - 1926)*
Josiah Fisk (1842 - 1920)*
Margaret Jane Fisk (1846 - 1859)*
Sarah Jane Fisk (1848 - 1857)*
Sacred to the memory of Mary A. Fisk.
Maintained by: Jan Wukasch Pelosi
Originally Created by: Carolyn Davis Bonnet
Record added: Jul 03, 2010
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