The Family Line of Thomas Manley (circa 1715) St. Mary’s Co., MD. Through his grandson, Basil Charles Manley
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*Family lines of descent with photos included at bottom of page
PANEL 1 (1-12)
PANEL 2 (13-25)
PANEL 3 (26-37)
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Family History Outline
This branch descends from Gov. Charles and a an indentured servant, believed to be from the Dominican Republic.
Through Charles’ son, Trim and his wife Corrinia there were at least eight children. Among those children were Alexander born 1866, Frank born 1869 and Henry born 1879.
Alexander and Frank were publishers of the Wilmington Daily Record which was destroyed in 1898 at the outset of the Wilmington Riots, the brother being cited for inciting the riots because of articles they published and wrote about the lynching of untried black males.
The brothers made their way to Washington, DC where they are found as single men, living together on the 1900 census record. One point of interest is that this family’s oral tradition has the matriarch as being from The Dominican Republic, though on census records, Trim lists both parents as having been born in NC.
Family Gedcom Outline
John Manley of England or Ireland (circa 1650)
Settled in MD after arriving in Point Comfort, VA.
b. Abt. 1717
d. Died aboard ship during 1755-1757
m. Unknown date, St. Mary’s County, MD
Spouse. Mary Ford
John Basil Manley
b. June 8, 1742 St. Mary’s County, MD
d. May 15, 1824 Chatham County, NC
bur. Oak Mount Plantation Cemetery
m. 1793 Fayetteville, NC
Spouse. Elizabeth Maultsby aka Maultby
Charles Manley (Gov. NC)
b. May 13, 1795 NC
d. May 1, 1871, Chatham County, NC1
bur. Oak Mount Plantation Cemetery, NC
Partner. Unknown (Possibly Lydia)
Trim aka Titmouse Manly
b. 1835, North Carolina
m. Unknown date Spouse. Corina
John B. Manly, Capt.
1910 – December 27, 1984
b. 1910, Alabama
d. December 27, 1984 Amityville, NY
bur. Calverton National Cemetary, Long Island, NY
m. 1944 Spouse. Louise Jacobs, 1st Lieutenant