The Family Line of William John Manley of Dublin, Ireland to Sussex, England
DNA Test Kit# 12968
*Family lines of descent included at bottom of page.
PANEL 1 (1-12)
PANEL 2 (13-25)
PANEL 3 (26-37)
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12 Marker Comparisons
25 Marker Comparisons
32 Marker and 37 Marker Comparisons
Kits C4BMF, 3W275 & C4BMF were not tested through the same facility. They had 43 markers tested, but not all were the same as those tested at FTDna, so I can only provide comparisons for those markers which were duplicated.
Family Gedcom Outline
d. Dublin, 1889
m. St Mary’s, Haddington Road, Dublin
Spouse. Bridget Carolan
Michael Manley was a gardener by trade and seems to have worked at some of the great houses around Dublin including Abbeville at Malahide. Bridget was the daughter of Stephen Patrick Carolan and Ellen Kavanagh. Michael and Bridget had two sons, William John and Stephen George. Stephen George spent his career in the Midland and Great Western Railway in Ireland finally retiring to Maam Cross in Co. Galway. There was also a daughter Kate who married a Peter McCann from Chapelizod in Westland Road Church, Dublin in 1889. The wedding was not registered.
William John Manley
b.1832 Kingstown, Dublin
d. 1942, London
Spouse. Julia.M.Purkis, Isle of Wight
William joined the army (Royal Artillery Garrison) in Kinsale, Co. Cork in1884 and spent his career in various parts of the world. He served on the Isle of Wight in Golden Fort and met and married Julia Purkis while there. They had four sons, Gerald, Raymond Victor, Cecil and Bernard. William and Julia retired to Plumstead, London in 1907 but William rejoined the army during World War 1. His eldest three sons also served in that war and Bernard had a distinguished career in World War 2. William died in Plumstead in 1942.
Gerald William Manley
b.1895, Portsmouth UK
d. London, 1950
m. 1918, London
Spouse. Ellen M. Scudder