McManus - McManis - McMannis Families Found on the Frontier of Western Pennsylvania 1700-1850
Guest Book 2003
Hello! Although I am not a McManus, I was drawn to this site when trying to gain information about my name-McGathey. It seems that our kin were married 9-24-1865. They were William McGathey and Rebecca McManus and had nine children. They were Jesse, Mary, Pearle, Asbury, Nora, John, Victoria, Ida Mae, and Sylvester. If anyone is familiar with this line please feel free to respond. Best wishes, Jay McGathey
My name is Allan Mcmanus I live in Scotland , wonder if anyone has history of McManus in Scotland.
I am a great granddaughter of Jesse Hylas and Rue Emmabelle McManis. My Grandpa was John Sherman McManis. He also worked at C&O railroad wit hmore than 47 years. Also starting out as a waterboy. Thank you so much for the work you have done on this site. I loved finally reading about my family. Tamara Perry.
"Mary A.McMannus" born Saltlick Twp, Fayette Co., PA Oct 1872 and died 26 Nov 1936 in Indian Head, Fayette Co., PA. Looking for Mary's parents and family. Mary A. McMannus married: David 'Dave' Sanner, born Saltlick Twp. 18 Jul 1870 and died 28 Nov 1940 in Everson, Fayette Co., PA. Mary and Dave married 1888 in Saltlick Twp. They had 9 children. They lived in Hammonville, PA. I believe that's around Mt. Pleasant) in the year 1903. Mary McMannus & Dave Sanner are my Great-Grandparents. Their daughter 'Goldie' married Norman Brown my Grandparents. Anyone with info on Mary A. McMannus and her parents or any of her family please contact me I'd be happy to exchange info. Note: Saltlick Twp. was once Bullskin Twp. back before 1797. Thanks in advance, Sylvia Brown-Stewart Busch8150@aol.com
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Roxie Elizabeth Barber McManis birthday = April 14, 1890
I'm Frieda's neice and I'm just curious about my dad's side of the family. I'm the granddaughter of Henry Manues and daughter of William Ray Manues. He has told me some things I just don't know if they are true or not so that's why I would like more info. I really appreciate all the help.
Is the name " M'Maniman" related to the "McManus" line?
Can you give me some information about a George L. McMannis
Just browsing and came across the site, pretty cool, I'm really interested in finding out more about my family name. I've been to Ireland several times and it's amazing how much attention you get over there with the last name McManus!
Wonderful website! A lot of good information. I haven't gotten my line back far enough yet. Thanks!
In 1813 he was licensed to practice law in Kentucky, and in the same year, he served a tour of duty, for six months, in the Kentucky militia, on our northern frontier.--At the expiration of his term, on his way to Kentucky, he stopped with his cousins, the Reed brothers, on Anderson's Fork, where he remained several months. In 1814 he settled in Wilmington, and at the May term, 1814, of the Supreme Court of Ohio, he was licensed to practice law. On August 19, 1819, he was married to Rachel McManis, daughter of Judge George McManis, of Clinton County. In 1819, he was elected a Justice of the Peace, for Union Township, and was reelected for two successive terms of three years each. ---End---
Rachel married Daniel Radcliff(e) about whom the above biography was written. They probably met in Clinton Co., Ohio.
Daughter of William P. Mc Manus. He was born in Bismarck, North Dakota. Son of Georgina Fouratte, and John Mc Manus. If there is anyone related to him-me. lol please feel free to write me a line, or two. ;-)
My great parents were Emma Malone Davis and Azeriah Davis and gggrandparents was Mahlon Davis and Susan McManus
Does anyone know about the McManus family from Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio? My father was an orphan with a purple birthmark on his right eye and cheek. Herbert Francis McManus DOB 9-29-02 St Vincent Orphanage aka St. Anthony Villa. Toledo, Ohio. He would be 101 this year and we have never been able to find any family. Any help would be relished. Thank you for letting me view your family. Aggie
Hi. Checking out this site. I find it interesting that I have so many relatives. Some I knew of, and some I didn't. E-mail me if you think you might be related to me. My mother was a McManis from Dundas, Ohio. Bye for now.
Am looking for any information on Luke McMannes, had son James Elliott McManus. Believe Luke might have changed name when he came to this country from Ireland supposed to have fought in Revolutionary War under George Washington for 5 years and died in Virginia, this is story I have been told but have no documents proving this. Any info on this man would be appreciated
Excellent historical info about Ohio and your family. I live about 45 minutes from Russellville, Ohio.