Notes for Charity Hare HAYWOOD

Venerable Patrick Hare (1736-1816), whose original family surname had been “O’Hehir,” a true Irish patronymicges 41-42.Founded and was commander of "Manly's Band", a chapter or Division of the North Carolina Home Guard, during the Revolution.Obit. in the Raleigh Register on May 21, 1824: "Died at his residence at Oak Mount in Chatham County, on the 15th inst., in the 82nd year of his age. Basil Manly, Esq., an active and zealous officer in the Revolution and distinguished through the course of a long life for energy and decision of character. Kind and affectionate in social and domestic life, he died without an enemy, universally esteemed an honest man."Name Cemetery Location Reference
MANLEY, Basil Oak Mount Chatham Co NC 56 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.3, p. —Serial: 11999; Volume: 8 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Basil Manley
State: NC Year: 1790
County: Chatham Image: 0121
Township: Unknown Township Roll: M637_7 American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)Surname Given Name(s) Maiden Name Birth Date Birth Place Biographical Info Reference
MANLEY Basil 175? North Carolina Heads of fams. at the first U.S. census. NC. By U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, 1908. (292p.): 84 Mrs. Charlotte Manley Goldsmith.
DAR ID Number: 154060
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of Thomas T. Goldsmith.
Descendant of Philemon Waters and of Capt. John Basil Manly, as follows:
1. Basil Manly, Jr. (1825-92), m. 1869 Hattie Summers Hair (b. 1845).
2. Basil Manly (1798-1868) m. 1824 Sarah Murray Rudulph (1798-1868); Peter Hair (1803-91) m. 2d 1836 Rosanna Caroline Summers (1812-93).
3. John Basil m. Elizabeth Manltsby (b. 1768); John Summers (1753-1836) m. 1786 Rosanna Waters (1772-1840).
4. Philemon Waters m. Mary Berry (1740-91).
[p.20] Philemon Waters was captain and colonel in the South Carolina troop He was born 1734, in Prince William County, Va.; died in New berry District, S. C.
Also No. 148754.
(John) Basil Manly (1742-1824) served as captain, North Carolina He was born in St. Mary's County, Md.; died in Chatham County N. C. The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume I
Number 4, Fall, 1973
Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Cheraw Intelligencer and Southern Register (Continued from p.118.)SCMAR, Vol. I, Fall 1973, No. 4, p.179
Died at his residence on Oak Mount in Chatham County, on the 15th inst., in the 82d year of his age, Basil Manly, Esq, an active and zealous officer of the Revolution, and distinguished through the course of a long life for energy and decision of character … Raleigh Register (ibid.).Name Cemetery Location Reference
MANLEY, Basil Oak Mount Chatham Co NC 56 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.3, p. —Serial: 11999; Volume: 8 1790 census North Carolina
Chatham County Hillsborough District 1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves
This census is from Microcopy No. T-498 Roll 2Manley, Basil...................................1-1-1-0-6Chatham County NC - Hillborough District - 1800 Federal Census
FIRST_NAME MALES 0 - 10 10_16 16_26 26_45 45_UP
MANLEY, Bisel 0 1 1
FEMALES 0-10 10_16 16_26 26_45 45_UP ALLOTHERS SLAVES REMARKS
00134 158 134 2 1 0 1
0 1 1 0 0 0 13CHATHAM COUNTY, NC - CENSUS - 1810 Census Index
MANLEY PG 202CHATHAM COUNTY, NC - CENSUS - 1820 Census Index
MANLEY PG 238CHATHAM COUNTY, NC - CENSUS - 1830 Census Index
MANLY 395BASTARDY BONDS FROM CHATHAM CO., N.C.
IN COURT MINUTES
1871-1879
Pg. 182 - Feb., 1798
BAZIL MANLY comes into court & enters into Bond with JAMES TAYLOR, his security in the sum of Fifty pounds to keep a base born child of BETSEY MALSBRYS? (MALEBRY?), from being chargeable to the County.

086 MANLY CEMETERY [D95.1]

Location: Center Township. 1,500 feet northeast of SR 1516, Old NC 87, 0.7 mile south of SR 1520, Russells Chapel Road

Coordinates: 35d 45m 27.0s N; 79d 11m 15.0s W Click here for Google maps

Three (3) stone markers were recorded by Charles Gibson Manly and Will M. Heiser, 9 July 1992.

Owner: Julius C. Smith, Guilford County.
Legal Description: Deed Book HG, Page 221, 19 Mar 1934; Plat Book 29, Page 1, 4 Dec 1978.
Topo Quadrant: Bynum.
Family owned: Yes.
Abandoned: Yes.
Number of graves: 4.
Cemetery size: 38' x 60'.
White: Yes.
Restricted access: Yes. along logging road on private property
Overgrown and not easy to identify: Yes.
Enclosed: Yes.
Enclosed explanation: Rock wall 2' wide by 2' high.
Enclosed conditions: Spreading over time.
Markers: Yes.

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