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Gov. Charles Manly

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Chatham, North Carolina
Death: May 01, 1871 (75)
Greenville, South Carolina
Place of Burial: City Cemetery, Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Capt. John Basil Manly and Elizabeth "eliza" Nattaly Manly
Husband of Charity Hare Manly
Ex-partner of unknown slave
Father of Trim Manly; Lt. Colonel (CSA), John Haywood Manly; Dr. Langdon Charles Manly; Lt. (CSA) Charles Manly; William Henry Manly and 8 others
Brother of Matthias Evans Manly; Basil Manly, Sr.; Maurice Ford Manly; Louisa Sophia Manly; Julia Ann Dodd and 2 others

Occupation: Governor of NC of two years (Jan 1849-Dec 1850), Governor of North Carolina, President of the University of Alabama
Managed by: Marsha Gail Veazey
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About Charles Manly, Governor

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Manly

Charles Manly (May 13, 1795 – May 1, 1871) was the 31st Governor of the U.S. state of North Carolina from 1849 to 1851, and the last member of his party to hold the office. After one two-year term, Manly was defeated in the 1850 election by David S. Reid, whom Manly had defeated in 1848.

He was the brother of Matthias Evans Manly. He was also an ancestor of Alexander Manly, the African-American editor of the Wilmington Daily Record. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Governor of North Carolina in 1848 (Whig Party) Reputed father of Alexander Manly Tried to persuade legislature not to secede

Because he was pro-union, he was a liaison during reconstruction. Became chancellor of University of North Carolina. When he was starting his law career, went with Pres. Jefferson to help draft the Treaty of Ghent. His first law office is in Salisbury, and is a state monument



One of the founders of the daughters of the confederacy; president of the University of Alabama; cofounder of the Southern Baptist Church.



https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/8087011/charles-manly

North Carolina Governor. He served as the principal clerk of the house of commons for 18 years before becoming the as the Governor of North Carolina for two years (1849-1851).

North Carolina Governor. He served as the principal clerk of the house of commons for 18 years before becoming the as the Governor of North Carolina for two years (1849-1851).* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: May 28 2020, 16:08:14 UTC

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Charles Manly, Governor's Timeline

1795
May 13, 1795
Chatham, North Carolina
1821
March 6, 1821
1824
1824
NC, United States
1825
January 1825
1826
December 8, 1826
1829
January 16, 1829
Chatham County, NC, United States
1830
March 1830
Chatham County, North Carolina, USA
1832
December 7, 1832
1833
1833