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MANNING, BEERE

William MANNING married Margaret BEERE. Their daughter was Edith MANNING, who married Irvin GUINTY. Does anyone have any info on the Beere line?

MANNING

Okay, I found more on Edith Manning (Guinty). She was born 2 Nov 1888 in Peabody, Marion Co Ks. and died in Wichita, Ks, 6 Dec 1955. She was married to Irvin Guinty 1880-1849, and their son was Walter Roscoe Guinty, my grandfather.

COLE FAMILY

SOLOMON5 COLE, SR. (RUTH CROSS, JOHN3, JOHN2 CROSSE, LEONARD1) was born 11-03-1753 in
Baltimore, MD, and died 1841 in SC. He married (1) MARY PINSON Abt. 1776 in Greene Co., TN,
daughter of AARON PINSON and ELIZABETH OMAHUNDRO. She was born 1757 in Orange Co., NC, and
died 08-01-1793 in Laurens Co., SC. He married (2) SARAH RIPLEY Abt. 1800.

Children of SOLOMON COLE and MARY PINSON are:
20. i. JOHN M.6 COLE, SR., b. 1777, Sullivan Co., TN.
21. ii. WILLIAM COLE, SR., b. 1778, Laurens Co., SC; d. 1855, Tuscaloosa, AL.
iii. JOSEPH COLE, b. Abt. 1780, Sullivan Co., TN.
iv. UNKNOWN COLE, b. 1781, Sullivan Co., TN.
v. SOLOMON COLE, JR., b. 1784, Laurens Co., SC; m. CATHERINE ?.
vi. UNKNOWN COLE, b. 1786, Laurens Co., SC.
vii. UNKNOWN COLE, b. 1788, Laurens Co., SC.
22. viii. JEREMIAH COLE, b. 08-01-1793, Laurens District, SC; d. 10-10-1873, Carrollton, Carroll Co., GA.

Sophronia S Wood

Her parents were Walter WOOD and Harriet SMITH. She was born in 1845, married to Michael in 1866. My grandfather's name was Walter, probably named after his ggrandfather.

Ancestry.com lookup please...

Does anyone subscribe to Ancestry.com? If so, could you look up something for me? If you could look up passenger and immigration lists, 1820 to 1957, Michael GUINTY, I would really appreciate it. Apparently there is more info (unless this is a come on!) and I really need the date they arrived, the ship's name, and what part of Ireland they are from. Please help!

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Census 1850 WOOD Family in Illinois

This may be part of Sophronia's family. She was born in 1845 and she is not listed with this family, but they may be relatives.
WOOD William 34 Farmer $200 IL
Amelia 24 IL
James 9 IL
Thomas 8 IL
David 6 IL
Nancy 5 IL
Abraham 3 IL
John 7/12

WOOD Info

This may not be that helpful to me, don't think it's my family, but here it is, from the Hubbell geneology webpage:
ID: I12631
Name: Sophronia Wood
Given Name: Sophronia
Surname: Wood
Sex: F
Change Date: 26 MAY 2009
Note:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hollywoof/2914.htm
married: Ira Gilmore

http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.newyork.counties.warren/1137.1/mb.ashx
John Austin, 13 Aug 2001
will of grandfather: Frederick Sheldon Hubbell: $100 to granddau. Sophronia Wood, $150 to dau. Caroline Coffin, and residuary to children Mary J. Jenkins, Job B. and Jerome E. Hubbell,
Birth:
_PRIM: Y 1861 in , Warren, New York, United States 1
Reference Number: H3C3R
Death: Y
Her parents are listed as Julius Wood and Zilla Hubbell

GUINTY military records Union Army Illinois

Rock Island County
Twelfth Infantry
Company D
Complete Listing (includes non-Rock Island soldiers)

Name and Rank Residence Date of Rank
or Enlistment Date of Muster Remarks
Captains
Lackey, Robert K. Rock Island Aug 1, 1861 Aug 3, 1861 Dismissed
Fisher, John W. Paris Mar 3, 1862 Resigned Jul 2, 1862
Kochler, Robert Rock Island Jul 2, 1862 Nov 18, 1862 M.O. Oct 2, 1864
Guinty, Michael Pre-emption Oct 21, 1864 Mar 28, 1865 M.O. Jul 10, 1865
First Lieutenants
Kochler, Robert Rock Island Aug 1, 1861 Aug 3, 1861 Promoted
Jobe, William F. Rock Island Jul 2, 1862 Nov 18, 1862 Term Expired Aug 1, 1864
Guinty, Michael Pre-emption Aug 1, 1864 Sep 7, 1864 Promoted
He left the military in 1865, in 1866 he married Sophronia Wood.

Daniel, Dennis, Michael

I found more info on the GUINTY brothers. Naturalization records show Daniel and Dennis naturalized in 1858, with Michael as witness in Rock Island Illinois. This ties in with Michael's move to Rock Island, he was joining his brothers. His friend, Mr. Dean, must have been his witness earlier and he was already a citizen at that time. I still have no info on what happened to the sisters. They may have also died of Cholera.

HOLSAPPLE name origins

The name is German, and the original form is HOLZAPFELS. I believe the family was originally from Wollmar,Kurhesse, Germany. And that's our German lesson for the day:)