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Adam Mann

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Augusta County, Province of Virginia
Death: Died in Indian Creek, Monroe County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jacob Mann, Sr. "Patriot of the Revolution" and Barbara Mann
Husband of Mary Mann and Mary Mann
Father of William Mann; Elizabeth Halstead; Henry Mann; Sarah Sally Cummings (Mann); Adam Mann, Jr and 6 others
Brother of Mary Meador; John Jacob Mann, Jr. and Elizabeth Maddy
Half brother of Elizabeth Battreall

Occupation: Patriotic Service per DAR
Managed by: Gene
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About Adam Mann "Patriot of the Revolution"

  • Daughter of American Revolution Ancestor #: A073404
  • Service: VIRGINIA Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
  • Birth: 12- -1758
  • Death: 7-13-1840 MONROE CO VIRGINIA
  • Service Source: ABERCROMBIE & SLATTEN, VA REV PUB CLAIMS, VOL 2, P 420
  • Service Description: 1) FURNISHED 73 RATIONS

Will of Adam Mann

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Marriage bond with Mary Polly Flinn

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From " A History of the Middle New River Settlements"

Adam Mann, Jacob Mann, and others as early as the year 1770, built a fort on Indian Creek, some ten miles west from the present town of Union. The Cooks, also built a fort on Indian Creek some three miles from its mouth.

This Mann family was of English origin--from Kent. They came at an early day to America, and that branch of the family, the ancestor of the present New River Valley families of that name was William, who settled in Augusta in 1778. It is a numerous family, some of them attained to prominence in the revolutionary, border and civil wars. From Mann MS. it appears, that two of this family, Thomas and William, were soldiers on the Ohio at fort Randolph shortly after the battle of Point Pleasant, and while there, on the south side of the Kanawha, appeared one Simon Girty, who gave to Thomas and William Mann the sign of distress, and urged them to cross for him as he was pursued by the Indians; yielding to his entreaties, they with others crossed the river in a canoe, and as they approached the shore a party of Indians in hiding fired upon them, killing Thomas Mann, and badly wounding William, who escaped but died in what is now Fayette County, while trying to make his way to Donnally's Fort, in Greenbrier (Mann MS.). Of this family are Isaac T. and Edwin Mann, prominent and successful business men of Mercer County. Mr. James E. Mann of this same family, a most useful, intelligent citizen, and successful financier lived for a number of years in the city of Bluefield, where his widow and children still reside. Mr. Mann died a few years ago, a highly respected and esteemed citizen.

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Adam Mann "Patriot of the Revolution"'s Timeline

1758
December 1758
Augusta County, Province of Virginia
1781
1781
Age 22
1783
December 9, 1783
Age 25
Greenbrier County, Virginia, United States
1787
April 7, 1787
Age 28
Greenbrier County, Virginia, United States
1787
Age 28
VA
1790
May 3, 1790
Age 31
Greenbrier County, Virginia, United States
1793
1793
Age 34
Monroe Co, West Virginia, United States
1794
1794
Age 35
Monroe Co.,VA
1796
1796
Age 37
Monroe Co.,VA
1796
Age 37
Monroe Co,Virginia