Machinist, Btry. A, 30th Div., 113th F. A.; of Pitt County; son of J. B. and Mrs. Martha Manning. Entered service at Washington July, 1917. Sent to Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C. Transferred to Camp Mills. Sailed for France May 26, 1918. Was in all battles. Returned to USA April 19, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Jackson, S. C., April 24, 1919.
2nd Lt. Trench Mortar, 4th Battln. Born in Wake County Oct. 19, 1894; son of James S. and Mrs. Lula Cain Manning. Entered service April, 1917, at Raleigh, N.C. Sent to Fortress Monroe, January, 1918. Transferred to Camp Eustus, July, 1918; from there to Camp Newport News, Oct. 7, 1918. Sailed for France and landed Oct. 20, 1918. Sent to Naval Base Hospital No. 1, Oct. 20, 1918. Died in hospital October 24th, from influenza-pneumonia. Buried at Lembecelle Cemetery. Later remains removed and buried at Raleigh, July 25, 1920.
DICKERMAN, Angeline Todd6, (Simeon5, Joel4, Ithamar3, Michael2, Christopher1) born May, 1804, died March 11, 1896, married Jonathan, son of Jonathan and Merab (Rice) Dickerman, who was born April 16, 1801, died Oct. 20, 1871. He was a farmer and lived at Mt. Carmel, Conn. An obituary says of Mrs. Dickerman. “She was a woman of strong and refined personality. The upheaval of religious thought which took place in New England during her years of keenest receptivity stirred profoundly a nature singularly thoughtful and devout. Her strong faith and reliance upon divine mercy remained unclouded through all the weariness and helplessness
JAMES HILTON MANNING AN INDIVIDUAL who is deeply interested in the progress and advancement of the varied municipal interests of Albany is the Hon. James H. Manning, our present mayor. On the 22d day of September, 1854, he was born in this city, which he has ever since made his home. He is principally of English ancestry, and is a son of the late Hon. Daniel Manning, whose record forms so bright a page in our local and national history. His grandfather, John Manning, settled in Albany February 1, 1814, and died here April 3, 1837. His mother, whose maiden
Carlisle Indian School Graduates: There were graduating classes at Carlisle Indian School from 1896- 1899. Listed are the Graduates Name, Tribe, Home and Occupation.
GEORGE GRANT MANNING. In the death of George Grant Manning, which occurred at his home Id the city of Anderson, August 8, 1908, there came to a close in its sixty-sixth year a life which contained a great aggregate of usefulness, of kindly relationship with family and community, and one that was successful from the usual material estimate. Mr. Manning gave many years of his life to educational work, and came to Anderson in 1895 as one of the proprietors of the Crystal Ice Company, with which his name continued to be identified until his death. George Grant Manning was
The earliest representative of the Manning family in America emigrated from England in 1634 and settled in the suburbs of Boston, Mass. Ephraim, representing the third generation in line of descent, located in Woodstock, Windham county, where he lived and died. His sop William was a patriot, held a commission as captain during the war of the revolution, and served until , the close of the conflict. His children were six daughters and two sons, William H., the youngest son, being a native of Woodstock, where his birth occurred September 10th, 1776. He later removed to Pomfret, where he died