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MANN, Wesley
(1793-1862)
WEST, Dicea Eastings
(1801-1887)
MANN, Edward D., Dr.
(1840-1921)
LOVE, Emiline
(1850-1888)
MANN, Edward Walter
(1881-1964)

 

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LINDLEY, Myrtle Virginia

MANN, Edward Walter 1353,3143,3144,3145,3146

  • Born: 5 Aug 1881, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States 150,3145,3146,3147
  • Marriage: LINDLEY, Myrtle Virginia on 8 Jun 1910 in Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 3143
  • Died: 12 Jun 1964, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 150,3145,3147
  • Buried: Moore's Chapel Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 3145,3147
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth, Cir 1883, North Carolina, United States. 3148

2. Census, 1900, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. Edward W Mann is born Aug 1881, farm laborer, living with parents (Alamance Co., Newlin Twp, ED 8, sheet 18, line 31)



3. Census, 2 May 1910, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 3149
1) Mann, Dr. Ed D., head of household, age 70, widowed, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, Physician in country, can read and write, owns his farm free
2) Mann, Edward W., son, age 28, single, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, salesman in department store, can read and write
3) Mann, Emmer, daughter, age 21, single, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, no occupation, can read and write
4) Mann, Maud E., daughter, age 19, single, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, no occupation, can read and write, not attending school
5) Mann, John I., son, age 16, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, farm laborer at house farm, can read and write, attends school
6) Mann, Bula, daughter, age 15, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, no occupation, can read and write, attends school
7) Mann, Donna, daughter, age 13, born NC, parents born NC, speaks English, no occupation, can read and write, attends school.



4. Appearance in Document: WW1 Draft Registration, 12 Sep 1918, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 3146 Name: Edward Walter Mann; City: Saxapahaw; County: Alamance; State: North Carolina; Birth Date: 5 Aug 1881; U.S. Postmaster and clerk at White Williamson in Saxapahaw; Nearest Relative: Myrtle Mann of Saxapahaw; Tall, slender, grey eyes. Signature Edward W. Mann.

5. Census, 6 Mar 1920, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 1364
1) Mann, Edward W., head of household, owns his farm on Saxapahaw and Graham Road free, age 38, married, born NC, parents born NC, salesman at general store
2) Mann, Mysette V., wife, age 32, married, born NC, parents born NC
3) Mann, Horace E., son, age 6, married [sic], born NC
4) Thompson, Swannie, niece, age 13, attends school, born NC.

6. Property, 5 Jul 1921, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. H H Lindley and his wife Esta Lindley sold to E W Mann, for $528.70, 31.1 acres in Newlin Twp, Alamance Co, adjoining E W Mann, D M McVey, J C Moore, and H H Lindley. This gave Mann a total of 76.88 acres, lying between the road and Mary's Creek. (Alamance Co Deed book 72, p209)

7. Appearance in Document, 1923. Mentioned in father's estate settlement in 1923 as E W Mann. Same document says he is guardian of Dorthy Williamson.

8. Census, 10 Apr 1930, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 1365
1) Man, E. W., head of household, owns his farm, has a radio, age 48, married, first married at 28, born NC, parents born NC, manager of dry goods store, not a veteran
2) Man, Myrtle, wife, age 43, married, first married at 23, born NC, parents born NC
3) Thompson, Swannie, niece, age 23, single, born NC, teaching graded school
4) Thompson [sic], Horace, son, age 16, attends school, born NC.

9. Residence, 1932, Saxapahaw, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. Ed Mann was resident of Saxapahaw when his brother-in-law John G W Lindley died July 5 1932, according to John's death certificate.

10. Property, 21 May 1936, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. Edward W Mann and wife Myrtle Mann deeded right of way to Duke Power for $1. Deed describes W L Holt and W F Lindley on South, David Johnson on North, land on both sides of Hwy 93, approx 11 miles S of Graham. (Alamance Co Deed book 113, p242)



11. Census, 20 May 1940, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 3148
1. Mann, Edd, head of household, owns his farm on Highway 93, valued at $1200, age 57, married, completed 4th year of high school, born NC, lived in same house on 1 Apr 1935,worked 30 hours the week of March 24-30, occupation operator of farm, working on own account, worked 52 weeks in 1939, earned $0 wages or salary in 1939, received other income
2. Mann, Myrtle, wife, age 53, married, completed 7th grade, born NC, engaged in home housework, earned $0 in 1939, received no other income.

12. Residence, 1949, Graham, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. Ed W Mann was resident of RFD 2, Graham, Alamance Co when his wife Myrtle died on 25 Dec 1949, according to her death certificate.

13. Appearance in Document: Death Certificate, 8 Jul 1964, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 3145 Edward Walter Mann born 5 Aug 1881 in Chatham Co, father Dr. Edward Mann, mother Emaline Love, widowed husband of Mrs. Myrtle Lindley Mann, retired merchant and post master, SSN 246-22-6806, usual residence RFD 4, Mebane, Alamance Co, NC, not a veteran, died 12 June 1964 in Mebane, Alamance Co, NC, died of cerebral hemorhage due to hpertension, informant Horace E. Mann of 911 Circle Drive, Burlington, buried at Moores Chapel Cem.

14. Occupation: Carpenter.

15. Occupation: Storeowner. 1364,1365

16. Story. Built Woodlin and did plans with Gladys Lindley's guidance. He was on school board in Saxapahaw and hired Charles C. Lindley as principal or Gladys Lindley as teacher, or both. He and Charles built tennis courts between Mann's house and W.F. Lindley's house. He ran a general store in Saxapahaw for a while, located at corner near Moore's Chapel Cem. Involved with Masonic Lodge at Saxapahaw.

17. Story. 1367 Was member of committee to enlarge Saxapahaw Union Church (later Methodist) in 1910. Renovation of Saxapahaw Methodist Church in 1955 was dedicated to him and P.E.Lindley. He was superintendent of the Sunday School there for 30 years. There is a bronze plaque recognizing him and P.E. in the vestibule of the church.

18. Story. Ed Mann had a store with a fountain (for carbonated drinks). After he left the business, the fountain was in his garage (although he never had a car). The store and house are gone. The store was located at the corner of Rt 87 and the road that goes to Moore's Chapel Cemetery, at the corner closest to the cemetery. The house burned in 1949, around Christmas, and Myrtle died in the fire. She was an invalid (maybe she had had a stroke), and stayed in bed most of the time. Myrtle slept in the same room where the stove was. Lillian was staying at the house at night. Don't know the source of the fire (probably heat for the house) or where everyone else was. After the house burned, Ed lived with Hugh Foster and his wife Swannie Thompson Foster (knowledge of Robert H Lindley)


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Edward married Myrtle Virginia LINDLEY, daughter of William Foushee* LINDLEY and Lucinda Jeanette* TEAGUE, on 8 Jun 1910 in Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States.3143 (Myrtle Virginia LINDLEY was born on 11 Mar 1887 in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States,1356,3144,3148,3150 died on 25 Dec 1949 in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 3144,3150 and was buried in Moore's Chapel Cemetery, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States 3144,3150.). The cause of her death was Burned at home.

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage, 8 Jun 1910, Newlin Twp, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. 3143 Edward Walter Mann (age 28, son of Edward D. Mann) married Virginia Myrtle Lindley (age 23, daughter of W. F. Lindley) on 8 Jun 1910 in Newlin Twp, Alamance Co, NC.




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