The Family Line of Charles Manley of County Cork, Ireland
DNA Test Kit# 17526
*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
Family Gedcom Outline
b. 1800+ (no record found)
d. No record found
m. 1830, Mourne Abbey, Co. Cork, Ireland
Spouse. Elizabeth Walsh
Charles Manley farmed land at Rathduff in the Grenagh region of Co. Cork, Ireland.
b. 1838, Mourne Abbey, Co. Cork, Ireland
d. 1911, London, England
m. 1867, Moorfields, London, England
spouse. Eliza Casey
It appears that Daniel Manley left Ireland at about the time of the potato famine (1846-47) and worked in London’s docklands as a Wharf Foreman and Beerhouse Keeper. It appears that he also spent some time in the USA for his third son, Thomas, was born in Somerville, Boston, Mass. in 1874.
William Patrick Manley
b. 1872, London, England
d. 1929, Leytonstone, Middlesex, England
m. 1891, Moorfields, London, England
spouse. Bridget Hennessey
William Patrick Manley worked as a Customs Officer in the Special Investigations Branch of the Waterguard and is mentioned in Ben Herrington’s book ‘Smuggler’s Ahoy’ (Frederick Muller, London, 1957).
William Patrick Daniel Manley
b. 1897 Ratcliff, London, England
d. 1964 Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales
m. 1921, Limehouse, London, England
Spouse. May Violet Ivey
William Patrick Daniel Manley worked in the Waterguard Department of H.M. Customs in London, Belfast and Southhampton. His final post was Waterguard Surveyour and Head of Customs at Fishguard Harbour. During the Second World War (1939-1945) he was seconded to MI5 where he joined a mobile unit which travelled the coast of the United Kingdom on secret counter-espionage duties.