JAMES MANKIN

1694 - 1752

8 TH CHILD OF STEPHEN MANKIN OF MANKIN'S ADVENTURE

OF "BARKER'S REST"

CHARLES COUNTY, MARYLAND
AND HIS DESCENDANTS


3-8 JAMES MANKIN, son of Stephen Mankin and Mary Barker Mankin, was born at "Mankin's Adventure", Port Tobacco, Charles County, MD, January 9, 1694, and died at his home, "Barker's Rest", at the same location, about 1752. In this last named year, his wife JANE (WOOD) MANKIN administered on his estate. On January 14, 1701/2, "James Mankin aged about 7 years" was bound by his mother Mary (Barker) Mankin-Stigalier, who by this time had married James Stigalier; to John and Susanna Semmes until he was 21 years old.(1) The name of his mother is given as "Mary Stigalier, alias Mankin." On November 25, 1723 James Mankin recorded his cattle mark.(2) On March 8, 1725, his brother Josias Mankin and his wife Margaret, conveyed to him 1/3 part of "Barkers Rest" (laid out for 150 acres) and 1/3 part of 40 acres being part of "Barker's Enlargement".(3)On June 30, 1753, was filed the account of Jane Mankin, administratrix of James Mankin "late of Charles County, deceased." At this time all of his representatives (children) were of age. The Sureties for this account were John Chandler and Courts Keech.(4)

He married JANE WOOD, daughter of a wealthy John Wood. The Will of his wife (who survived him by some years), is dated August 30, 1759, and was proved November 10, 1763 in Charles County.(5)In this Will she mentions her daughter Elizabeth Walless, her grandson James Mankin (son of Mark Matthew Mankin), her granddaughter Sarah Mankin (daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin), her granddaughter Lucy Chandler(12), and her son Mark Matthew Mankin. Her son Mark Matthew Mankin was Executor, and the Witnesses were Thomas Posey, Richard Cox, and Joseph Crimand. JAMES MANKIN and JANE WOOD MANKIN had issue: (perhaps others also):



3-8-1 MARK MATTHEW MANKIN, son of James Mankin and Jane Wood Mankin, was born at "Barker's rest", Port Tobacco, Charles County, MD, and died at his home, "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA in 1797. An Inventory of his estate (1797) is to be found in the Prince William County Court House at Manassas, VA.(6)Mr. Mankin inherited lands from his mother, Jane Wood. The following notice of him is to be found in "Prince William County" published in 1941.(7)

"Northeast of Bel Air, about half a mile by a path through the woods, is the site of SMITHFIELD, once the home of Peter Trone, later that of Judge John C. Weedon. This land was part of the 2,960 acre tract that Henry Walker patented in 1677 and sold to John Wood the following year. Wood, fearing a defective title, repatented the land in 1696. In 1771 MARK M. MANKIN inherited 260 acres from his mother, JANE WOOD, a daughter of JOHN WOOD. He sold 100 acres of his inheritance in 1791, and the remaining 160 acres to Peter Trone in 1794."

MARK MATTHEW MANKIN married ELIZABETH ANN WOOD, whose parents came to this Country from Gloucester, England. Mark Matthew Mankin and George Woodward were Sureties on the Administration Bond of George Thomas of Prince William County, VA. The Will dated January, proved February 5, 1781, mentions the deceased persons relatives as a sister Elizabeth Latheram, a sister Ann Winford, and a sister Nancy Thomas.(8)The Witnesses were James Brown, James Murphy, and Alexander Riggbey. Some, if not all, of these persons must have been close friends, and perhaps some relation to Mark Matthew Mankin. MARK MATTHEW MANKIN and ELIZABETH ANN WOOD MANKIN had issue:



3-8-1-1 JAMES WOOD MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin and Elizabeth Ann Wood Mankin was born at "Deep Hole" Dumfries, Prince William County, VA, and died unmarried. He served in the War of 1812, and died of Jaundice Fever some years after the close of the War.

3-8-1-2 ELIZABETH ANN MANKIN, b. abt. 1750 d. abt. 1784, daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin and Elizabeth Ann Wood Mankin was born at "Deep Hole", Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. An account of her unfortunate marriage and subsequent events follow: "Elizabeth married a man by the name of SAPPI ALLEN PUCKET, who was an Englishman already married, and thinking his wife dead from fire or accident. When they found each other, Elizabeth who thought she was his wife took him to his other wife, and he died of a broken back several days afterward. Elizabeth's father, Mark Matthew Mankin, disowned and disinherited her, saying that she should never inherit her Mother's wealth. He threw the family Bible and family jewels into the fireplace. His housekeeper, Lennie Burk, pulled them out of the fire partly burned, and took them with her when she was sent away from Mark's home, taking her two daughters with her, but leaving a son with him who he adopted. He sent the housekeeper away with the Family Coach and three slaves. She settled in Baltimore, MD.(9) There was supposed to be a Coat of Arms belonging to the Wood family, the mother of Elizabeth Mankin, which her father said she should not inherit, as she married beneath her station to this man "Pucket". She then married JOHN ISENMONGER.(10)Mrs. Kate (Nixon) Marx, granddaughter of Jane Philpott Mankin and Richard Nixon, wrote to Miss Ione Stewart Mankin on July 14, 1949:

"Deep Hole was owned by Mark Matthew Mankin, who eventually lived with his son at Dumfries, VA having dismissed his housekeeper, sending her away with his Coach, her two daughters and three slaves. She is supposed to have settled in Baltimore leaving her son with Mark Matthew Mankin as his own, taking with her the Bible and jewels which would prove inheritance (that is, inheritance of Elizabeth Mankin Pucket-Isenmonger) to a little which her father said she should never have married a man beneath her. She lived near the family, but was distant from them in her relations."

ELIZABETH ANN (MANKIN) PUCKET had no issue by her first marriage. By her second marriage to JOHN ISEMONGER, b. abt. 1742, she had issue:

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"Oak Hill" near Arcola, VA
Courtesy of Jared Smith

3-8-1-3 BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin and Elizabeth Ann Wood Mankin was born at "Deep Hole" at Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. The following article entitled "Dumfries, Virginia" was submitted by Miss Ione Stewart Mankin on July 14, 1952:

"DUMFRIES, VA - Most of that part of Virginia was the scene of gaiety and festivity, the abode of wealthy merchants from Scotland who made it a city like that one in the mother country. Now in ruins almost as completely as the old church. Quantico Creek through which the trade from Europe came is now filled up with pines which also cover the spot where the church once stood. Dumfries was the home of BENJAMIN MANKIN, his father living with him in his old age who formerly lived at "Deep Hole" a small distance from there, given him by his grandfather JOHN WOOD who owned 3,000 acres bought from John Walker in 1695. John Wood lived in Maryland and had acreage in that State as well."

Miss Ione Stewart Mankin in a letter dated July 14, 1952, writes:

"I understand that there is a family burial ground at the "Deep Hole" estate of Mark M. Mankin near Dumfries, VA. The people who now live there have built a stable over it, or so I have been told."

BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN married CATHERINE FRENCH ("Kattie") daughter of HUGH FRENCH, ESQ. of Stafford and Fairfax Counties, VA. She was a rich woman in her own right. Mrs. Kate (Nixon) Marx, in a letter dated July 14, 1949 to Ione Stewart Mankin, writes:

"My grandmother who was my Father's mother was a daughter of Kattie French and Benjamin Mankin who lived at Dumfries. Deep Hole was supposed to be some distance from here (Dumfries) but upon investigating the location, we found it very near. We found the mantel had been taken from the house, which had come over from England, and another one is still in the house some miles from there. It is exactly the same in every way, particularly on the River just a few miles from there."

BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN and CATHERINE FRENCH had issue:

3-8-1-4 SARAH MANKIN

3-8-1-5 LYDIA MUSGRAVES MANKIN

3-8-1-6 NANCY MANKIN, daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin and Elizabeth Ann Wood Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. She married in Loudoun County on March 28, 1817 by Rev. Thomas Littleton to JAMES WEEDON.


3-8-1-3-1 MARGARET FIELDS MANKIN, daughter of BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN and CATHERINE FRENCH MANKIN was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA, and married SAMUEL LEWIS of the same county. They moved later to Georgetown in Washington, DC. MARGARET FIELDS MANKIN and SAMUEL LEWIS had issue:

3-8-1-3-2 LEWIS FRENCH MANKIN, son of BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN and CATHERINE FRENCH MANKIN was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. He married FANNY COCKERILLE, daughter of Judge Cockerille of Loudoun County, VA. LEWIS FRENCH MANKIN and FANNY COCKERILLE MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3 MARK MATTHEW MANKIN II son of BENJAMIN ARTHUR MANKIN and CATHERINE FRENCH, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA on March 3, 1805.He died in Loudoun County, VA Nov. 30, 1865. He is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Alexandria, VA with other members of his family. He married, by the Rev. W. G. Walton, in Prince William County on Jan. 31, 1830 to ELIZABETH ANN MAY. In the family Bible record of the marriage the date is given with this statement, "a day memorable for the organization of the Presbyterian Church at Occaquan." ELIZABETH ANN MAY was born in Chesterfield County, VA Nov. 23, 1811, daughter of the Hon. Edward Arthur May and Mary Hodges his wife, and died at her home in Alexandria, VA on Sept. 20, 1900. She is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Alexandria, VA. A clipping in the May-Mankin Bible reads: "In this city (Alexandria) September 20, 1900, Mrs. ELIZABETH A. MANKIN, widow of MARK MANKIN, 89 years old. Funeral from her residence at 325 South Lee Street." Mr. Mankin was a contractor and builder, and built many old Alexandria buildings of today. Included among these are several public buildings including the old fire house. His partner at one time was Mr. Fadeley, father of Dr. Fadeley of Falls Church, VA. Mr. Mankin is described as of tall build, with fine cut features, red hair, and blue eyes. It is said that he was a prototype of his Scottish ancestors. A picture of him is owned by his granddaughter, Mrs. Ruth Mankin Hildebrand of Falls Church, VA. Mr. Mankin moved to Alexandria, VA in 1831. MARK MATTHEW MANKIN and ELIZABETH ANN MAY MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-4 BENJAMIN MANKIN, son of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. He died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-5 JAMES WOOD MANKIN married CHRISTINA M. MOORE. JAMES WOOD MANKIN, son of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA, and died at his home in Loudoun County, VA in 1872. An Inventory of his estate is to be found in Will Book 2 Y, page 21, dated November 29, 1872, Leesburg, VA. He married in Washington, DC on January 15, 1833 to CHRISTINA M. MOORE(S). She died at her home in Loudoun County, VA on January 1, 1866 of paralysis. Her age is given as 49 years, thus she was born in 1817. Her birth place was the State of NY and she was the daughter of William & Mary Moore. JAMES WOOD MANKIN and CHRISTINA MOORE MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-6 WILLIAM BARBOUR MANKIN, son of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. He married (1st) Miss. THURMAN, and (2nd) HULDA WARRING. WILLIAM BAUBOUR MANKIN and Mrs. THURMAN MANKIN had issue by Miss Thurman:

By his 2nd wife Huldah Warring he had:

3-8-1-3-7 ELIZABETH MANKIN, daughter of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. She died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-8 NANCY MANKIN, daughter of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. She died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-9 CATHERINE MANKIN, daughter of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. She died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-10 JANE PHILPOTT MANKIN, daughter of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. She married in Washington, DC on November 23, 1837 to RICHARD NIXON. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Kate Nixon Marx of Washington, DC, has a miniature of her. My data on this family is very incomplete. There were probably other children. RICHARD NIXON and JANE PHILPOTT MANKIN NIXON had issue;

3-8-1-3-11 JOHN WOOD MANKIN, married (1st) VIRGINIA ADELINE DELAWAY; (2nd) MARY ANN BENTLEY He was the son of Benjamin Arthur Mankin and Catherine French Mankin, was born at "Deep Hole" near Dumfries, Prince William County, VA. He married (1st) ADELINE VIRGINIA DELAWAY in Washington, DC on December 24, 1841, and (2nd) MARY ANN BENTLEY (widow of John Miller). The father of Adeline Virginia Delaway was an Admiral in the US Navy. JOHN WOOD MANKIN and ADELINE VIRGINIA DELAWAY MANKIN had issue;

By his second wife, JOHN WOOD MANKIN and MARY ANN BENTLEY MANKIN had issue;



3-8-1-3-2-1 MARY ELIZABETH MANKIN, daughter of Lewis French Mankin and Fanny Cockerille Mankin died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-2-2 CHARLES LEWIS MANKIN, son of Lewis French Mankin and Fanny Cockerille Mankin was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on August 29, 1832. He died at his home "Cleveland" in Loudoun County, VA October 6, 1887. He married on May 28, 1861 to MARY LAVINA BRUINwho was born at Alexandria, VA on November 18, 1840, and died at Newport News, VA on April 21, 1904. Her father was a slave buyer in Alexandria. She was related to the Rev. John Seay, formerly of Falls Church, VA. They attended the Methodist Church. CHARLES LEWIS MANKIN and MARY LAVINIA BRUIN MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-3 MARGARET MANKIN, daughter of Lewis French Mankin and Fanny Cockerille died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-1 JAMES HODGES MANKIN son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born at Occaquan, Prince William County, VA on Dec. 7, 1830 and died there on May 9, 1833.

3-8-1-3-3-2 MARY ELIZABETH MANKIN daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born in Alexandria, VA on Sept. 27, 1832 and died there on May 5, 1833.

3-8-1-3-3-3 ALEC ALEXANDER MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin, was born at Alexandria, VA in June 20, 1834. He died at his home in Lewisville, Fiarfax County, VA on August 22, 1910. He is buried with other members of his family in the Lewisville Presbyterian Church yard, across from his old home. He married MARIAN EMMA TUCKERof Chesterfield County, VA, born March 30, 1939 and died December 9, 1908. She was known as "Emma". He was proprietor of a general store in Lewisville which was sold by his descendants in 1950. The following is from the Fairfax Herald of January 12, 1951 (News of 42 years ago - Dec. 18, 1908). Mrs. EMMA MANKIN, wife of Mr. Alexander Mankin died at her home at Lewisville on Wednesday of last week in the 69th year of her age. She is survived by her husband, four daughters, and two sons. ALEC ALEXANDER MANKIN and MARIAH EMMA TUCKER MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-4 BARBARA ELLEN MANKIN daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born in Alexandria, VA on Sept. 16, 1836 and died in Loudoun County VA on April 8, 1862. She was killed during the Civil War by a slave who was her personal servant. She was unmarried. The following newspaper clipping is pasted in a family bible: " DIED 8th of April, 1863, Loudoun County VA, Barbara Ellen, the eldest daughter of Mark & Elizabeth Mankin, in her 28th year."

3-8-1-3-3-5 CHARLE S EDWARD MANKIN son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin, was born in Alexandria VA on July 24, 1839 and died at his home if Falls Church, Fairfax County VA on Sept. 13, 1903. He was married by the Rev. Presley B. Smith at the Dulin Chapel Methodist Church, South, Falls Church, VA on December 20, 1882 to ANN VALINDA LYNCH, daughter of William Henry and Elizabeth Ellen (Lightfoot) Lynch. She was born at "Hill House", Falls Church, VA December 14, 1860, and died at her "Home House" at Falls Church, VA February 7, 1925. Among the witnesses to the wedding were Mr. Philip M. Edmonds, Mr. Horace Hailey, and Mrs. Eliza (Gordon) Bailey. The reception was held in Mr. Mankin's home where the drug store now stands in the center of Falls Church. Mr. Mankin was tutored in the private school of Bishop Wittsley in Alexandria. At the out break of the Civil War he enlisted in the 17th Virginia Regiment, C.S.A. (Mount Vernon Guards). He served with distinction during the war, and was wounded. He participated in many battles including those of Bull Run and Manassas, 2nd Manassas, Chanlorsville, Bloody Angle, 7 Days Fight around Richmond, Battle of Seven Pines, and Fredricksburg. He saw Stonewall Jackson shot by his own men. In his pocket testament (given him by his mother) he wrote his pants size at that time: "40-29-30-42". He was a well formed man of good height, strong face, beautiful brown eyes and black mustache. During a lapse in the battle, after Fredericksburg, a buddy of Mr. Mankin's, "Tips" Smith, a popular songwriter from Alexandria, wrote some words to the tune of "Yankee Doodle" about the battle. Some of the words, as recalled by my grandmother, Ellen (Mankin) Hirst, follow:

When we were at Fredericksburg
The Yankees came upon us,
To beat and thrash every southern rebel,
But Lee and Jackson soon returned the joke,
and beat them like the devil.

On January 3, 1947 I sent these words to the Library of Congress. In a letter of reply, dated January 13, 1947, Mr. William Lichtenwanger, Assistant Reference Library of the Music Division wrote:

Your letter of January 3, relating the story of the song written by a friend of your great grandfather at the Battle of Fredericksburg has been referred to the Music Division for filing among our permanent records. It was very kind of you to think of us in connection with the song, and we appreciate your interest in telling us about it.

Mr. Mankin was a very kind and generous man, greatly beloved by all who knew him. He was an ardent Odd Fellow and was one of the founders of the Lodge at Falls Church. He said that he was "a Presbyterian by birth, a Baptist by faith, and attended the Methodist Church because his wife did." He contributed generously to the needy. He gave many contributions to the various Church functions in Falls Church. A familiar record is one as this of January 24, 1892: C. E. Mankin $25.00 building fund" (Dulin Chapel). He moved to Falls Church about 1880, following his brother, George. He purchased the store owned by Mr. George Mankin, in which he opened the first bakery in Falls Church. He later opened "Mankin's Notions & Dry Goods Store." He was Post Master of Falls Church, appointed by the President on August 27, 1885, and served until 1889. He built the first Post Office building in the community with his own funds. His daughter, Ruth C. Mankin (Mrs. E. A. Hildebrand) was appointed Post Mistress by the President on May 9, 1919. A letter given me by Mrs. E. H. Flagg, was written by Mr. Mankin to Mr. Edmund Flagg (the noted diplomat and author) whose home "Highland View" was at West Falls Church. Mr. Flagg wanted Mr. Mankin to endorse Minor Chamblin as Post Master for a new branch office at West End. The letter follows:

Falls Church, VA
August 17th/87
Mr. Flagg
Dear Sir:
I have carefully read your letter and I cannot understand it. I have never informed the P.O. Department by writing or any other way anything in regard to you having a Post Office at West End, nor have I said anything against it to anyone nor have I talked about it. I will say to you new as I have said before that I am satisfied for the people at West End to have a Post Office, and at the same time I don't think I have any right to have anything to say about it, as I am Post Master at this place. What the Citizens here say and do I am not responsible for. While I am Post Master at Falls Church I do not intend to come in contact with the wished of the wishes of the people, I am their servant and must please them all alike to the best of my ability. I will say further that I could not endorse Mr. Chamblin. With all due respect to you, I remain,
Yours Respectfully,
CHARLES E. MANKIN

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CHARLES E. MANKIN IS DEAD
Mr. CHARLES E. MANKIN, the well known, beloved and respected dry-goods merchant of Falls Church died on September 14, of a heart condition. Mr. Mankin has been sick for several months and for several weeks had been rapidly failing so that his death was not unexpected. He expired in the arms of his faithful wife, who has been so devoted to him during his long sickness, unselfishly ministering to his every comfort, Although a severe sufferer, he was uncomplaining, insisting even to the last that he was not seriously ill. His funeral was held at the M.E. Church, South, on Tuesday, Rev. W. H. Wolf, the pastor officiating. The funeral was in charge of the Falls Church Lodge of Odd Fellows and the bearers were all members of that order. A large number of the members of that order were present to pay their last tribute of respect to their highly esteemed brother, and participated in the beautiful and impressive funeral services of that order. Probably no man in the lodge was so universally beloved and no member of the order has worked so hard and faithfully for the organization, and one of the best monuments to his memory is the hall erected almost entirely by his indefatigable efforts, and owned by the Odd Fellows Lodge of this place. He has been honored with every position in the lodge and his wise and conservative counsel was sought in lodge matters on all occasions. The floral offering of the lodge, and friends were profuse, and beautiful. Mr. Mankin was 64 years of age and is survived by his wife and five children, who have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. Mr. Mankin was a kind and generous man, ever ready to minister to the wants of the poor and the distressed. He will be greatly missed by the community. The internment was in Oakwood Cemetery.
The Evening Star, Sept. 17, 1903

Confederate Record of Charles Edward Mankin

CHARLES EDWARD MANKIN was a Private in Capt. Samuel H. Devaughn's Company, (Mount Vernon Guards) 17th Virginia Regiment, Company B - Infantry. He enlisted at the age of 21 years. The Company Muster

Roll shows that he enlisted at the City of Alexandria, VA, at the time giving his occupation to be a clerk. He enrolled for active service on April 17, 1861 by Capt. Devaughn, and was mustered into service on the same day by Major George Brent of Alexandria. In a Roll dated July 1, 1861, he is listed as serving period for April 17 - June 30, 1861, pay service. "Absent - Detached at the Commissary Dept. Manassas (Dated June 30, 1861" is recorded Sept. 10, 1861 for April 17, 1861 to May 21, 1861. At that time (June 30, 1861) he was "last paid" by J. B. Ball. He was "absent" at Manassas in the Commissary Dept. Sept. - Oct. 1861, "last paid" by W. B. Richards August 31, 1861. He was "absent" from his Company Nov. and Dec. 1861, in the Commissary Dept. at Manassas. At this time he had served on a year. He was last paid by W. R. Richards on August 31, 1861. This is dated Jan. 11, 1862. Again "absent" is noted January and February, 1862. this record shows that he was "last paid" by Capt. Hardy on April 30, 1862. This is dated March 26, 1862. In March and April he was still in Manassas. "Last Paid" on April 30, 1862 by Capt. Hardy, dated June 7, 1862. In May and June 1862 he is recorded as "present" (back with his Company) last paid April 30, 1862 by Capt. Crisler. He was present on Roll dated October 27, 1862, for months of July and August. Also he is recorded as "present" on a Roll dated Nov. 14, 1862 for September and October. He was also present on Roll dated Jan. 12, 1863, for November and December. He is marked present in January and February, 1863 by Roll dated Dec. 31, 1862. Here the Roll seems to be marked ahead, as on a Roll dated Feb. 28, 1863 he is recorded as "present" for the following March and April. By Roll dated April 30, 1863, he is marked present for May and June following. By Roll dated June 30, 1863, he was present for July and August. By Roll dated August 31, 1863, he was present for Sept. and Oct. By Roll dated Oct 31, 1863 he was recorded as present for Nov. and Dec. By Roll dated April 27, 1864, he was present for the months of Jan. and Feb. 1864. By Roll of "miscellaneous" heading, he is shown as present for March and April 1864, and also for Jay through December of that same year. He was captured at Dinwiddie Court House, VA on March 31, 1865, and put in Point Lookout (Maryland) prison as a prisoner of War. He arrived at City Point, VA on April 2, 1865. He was released upon taking Oath of Allegiance to the United States on May 22, 1865. See the "Register" of Point Lookout, No. 2, p. 465. In a "Report of Operations and Casualties of the 17th Virginia" at Manassas, VA for dated August 29-30, 1862 (dated Oct. 14, 1862) shows that Mr. Mankin was wounded. (See Series I, Vol. 5, Pt. 1, p. 134). He gave his oath before Gen. J. Barnes, Com. Dist. of Maryland

The Will and Testament of Charles E. Mankin State of Virginia

County of Fairfax
I, CHARLES E. MANKIN of Falls Church, Virginia do hereby publish and declare this my last Will and Testament; To my beloved wife, VALINDA A. MANKIN, do I give and bequeath my property both real and personal of which I may die possessed, to have and to hold the same absolutely as long as she may live or remain unmarried. I hereby name my said wife executrix hereunder without bond.
CHARLES E. MANKIN (Seal)
May 19, 1903
Signed in the presence of -
GEORGE B. FADLEY, Falls Church, VA
JAS. W. BROWN, Falls Church, VA

GEORGE W. MANKIN, Falls Church, VA

From Will Book I#2, p. 269, Fairfax County, VA

Last Will and Testament of Ann Valinda (Lynch) Mankin

January 24, 1925
I, ANN VALINDA LYNCH MANKIN, do make my last Will
At my death my property to be sold within a year, and if it brings $10,000 dollars or more, ELLEN ELIZABETH MANKIN HIRST to have one thousand dollars also LINDA MAE MANKIN HIRST to receive one thousand dollars if sold for less than $10,000, ELLEN ELIZABETH MANKIN HIRST and LINDA MAE MANKIN HIRST to receive five hundred dollars each, I want all my debts and funeral expenses to be paid out of my estate, also I want fifteen hundred (dollar) mortgage which I owe to the Falls Church Bank including interest if any, to be paid out of my estate. I want five hundred dollars out of my proceeds to my property to be spent for monuments and small stones in my Cemetery lot. The bal. of my estate to be equally divided between RUTH CACKLEY MANKIN HILDERBRAND and CHARLES GUY MANKIN - if any one of the heirs contest my will they are not to receive a cent, their share to go to the other heirs, to be equally divided. I name as my executrix RUTH CACKLEY MANKIN HILDEBRAND, LINDA MAE MANKIN HIRST, WILLIAM N. PAYNE as Executor. My last will, ANN VALINDA LYNCH MANKIN (Seal)
In event of my Death I want CLARENCE HIRST and family to remain in my home house until sold free of rent.
ANN VALINDA LYNCH MANKIN (Seal)
In the Clerk's Office, of Fairfax Circuit Court, Virginia, June 9, 1925; A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of ANN VALINDA LYNCH MANKIN ... This having been identified to the satisfaction of the
Court, it was put in the records. The Court received the Will on oath of Herbert H. Hirst and E. W. Wiley who stated that they had seen her writing many times, and it was hers.

Will Book 10, p. 483, Fairfax County, VA

MRS. CHARLES MANKIN IS DEAD
FALLS CHURCH WOMAN WAS WIDOW OF MERCHANT - FUNERAL TOMORROW
Special Dispatch of the Star
Falls Church, Virginia - February 9
Funeral services for Mrs. A. V. MANKIN who died Saturday night after a long illness will be held at the family residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 O'Clock. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Mankin was the widow of Charles E. Mankin, a merchant here, and after his death continued the business as long as her health would permit. Four children survive; Mrs. HUBERT HIRST, Mrs. CLARENCE HIRST, Mrs. W. A. HILDEBRAND, and CHARLES MANKIN. The business which Mrs. Mankin conducted was sold to her son-in-law Clarence M. Hirst and later to W. A. Hildebrand. Mrs. Mankin was organist of the M. E. Church, South for a number of years and took an active part in all church work, aiding the sick and suffering in many ways. She was also a member of Robert E. Lee Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Upon the demise of Mr. Mankin, all the stores in Falls Church were closed to honor him. He is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery at Falls Church.(1) CHARLES EDWARD MANKIN and ANN VALINDA LYNCH MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-6 SAMUEL ASHBROOK MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin, was born at Alexandria, VA. He was a merchant in Alexandria. He served in the Confederate Army. He married PHOEBE LITTLEFIELD.

Confederate Record of Samuel A. Mankin

From National Archives, Washington DC, April 6, 1951

SAMUEL ASHBROOK MANKIN was a Private in Company E, 17th Virginia Regiment. He enlisted March 5, 1864 at Petersburg, VA for three years by Capt. Steuart. He was on Roll present May - June, 1864. Last paid by Capt. Green on April 30, 1864. This roll is dated April 13, 1864. Mr. Mankin was present according to a Roll dated July - August, 1864, September - October, 1864, November - December, 1864. He volunteered surrender to Union forces on April 22, 1864. He took the oath of Amnesty "subscribed and sworn at Headquarters Provost Marshal General, Defenses of the Potomac, Alexander, VA July 12, 1865" He was given the Oath in accordance with a letter he had from Lt. General Grant. At the time of his service, he is listed as a resident of Alexandria, VA, 5 feet 41/2 inches tall, with blue eyes, light complexion, and fair hair. Upon his death in later life, Mr. Mankin was buried in his Confederate uniform.

SAMUEL ASHBROOK MANKIN and PHOEBE LITTLEFIELD MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-7 GEORGE WILLIAM MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin, was born at Alexandria, VA June 9, 1844, and died at his home in Falls Church, VA June 10, 1914. He is buried with other members of his family in the Oakwood Cemetery at Falls Church. He married LUCY A. HOUCHINS, born October 8, 1846 and died February 17, 1904. He was a contractor and merchant at Falls Church. He was a prominent Mason, member of the Andrew Jackson Lodge in Alexandria, and later a member and one of the founders of the Kemper Lodge. No. 64, A.F.&A.M. at Falls Church. He founded "Mankin's Pharmacy" at Falls Church which he conducted with his son, Dr. George Tyree Mankin. He was active in civic affairs. Mrs. George T. Mankin of Norfolk probably has his family bible. Mr. Charles A. Stewart writes of Mr. Mankin: Mr. GEORGE MANKIN, a native of this State, was one of the early settlers in the village. He conducted a General Merchandise Drug Business with his son, George T. Mankin, under the firm name of George T. Mankin & Co. He has established a high reputation as a business man, and citizen, as had his brother, Mr. Charles Mankin, the well known Dry Goods merchant, recently deceased. A Virginia Village, 1904, p. 19 Mr. Mankin made a long last Will dated March 25, 1914, which is probated in the Fairfax County Court house. GEORGE WILLIAM MANKIN and LUCY A. HOUCHINS had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1 GEORGE W. P. MANKIN, born in Loudoun County, VA. Married in Loudoun County on November 14, 1861 to MARY CATHERINE HUTCHINSON. GEORGE W. P. MANKIN and MARY C. HUTCHINSON MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-2 MARIA CATHERINE MANKIN, daughter of James Wood Mankin and Christina M. Moore, was born in Loudoun County, VA. She married in Loudoun County on December 9, 1869 to GEORGE CUTHBERT HUTCHINSON. GEORGE CUTHBERT HUTCHINSON and MARIA CATHERINE MANKIN HUTCHINSON had Issue:

"Funeral services for Miss. MARY HUTCHINSON, 71, a native of Loudoun County, VA, who died Wednesday in Greensboro, NC, will be held at noon today at Hines Funeral Home, 2901 14th Street, NW. A Washington area resident for nearly 50 years, she lived at 2104 N. Glebe Road in Arlington, but was visiting a nephew when she suffered a fatal cerebral hemorrhage. A daughter of the late George Cuthbert Hutchinson, a Civil War veteran, Miss. Hutchinson was a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Miss. Hutchinson is survived by a sister, Mrs. William M. Crain, with whom she lived, and two nephews; Hugh Barbour Hutchinson, 1908 Florida Ave, NW, and Gilbert Mills Hutchinson, of Greensboro. Internment at Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Herndon, VA."

3-8-1-3-5-3 MOLLIE MANKIN married CHARLES HUTCHINSON.

3-8-1-3-5-4 MARTHA MANKIN ("Mattie"), daughter of James Wood Mankin and Christina Moore, was born in June, 1853.

3-8-1-3-5-5 JULIA E. MANKIN, daughter of James Wood Mankin and Christina Moore, was born in Loudoun County, VA in February, 1845, and died December 28, 1859 at 14 years of age.

3-8-1-3-6-1 ELIZABETH MANKIN ("Sis") married Mr. DAVIS. Mr. DAVIS and ELIZABETH MANKIN DAVIS had issue;

3-8-1-3-6-2 VIRGINIA MANKIN ("Jennie"), married Mr. FERREL(a cousin of her maternal line.)

3-8-1-3-6-3 REBECCA JANE MANKIN, daughter of William Barbour Mankin and Huldah Warring died unmarried. She resided with Mrs. Julia Wright in Washington, DC.

3-8-1-3-3-8 ANN ELIZABETH MANKIN (Nancy), daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born in Alexandria, VA on Sept. 7, 1846 and died there on Sept. 28, 1853 unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-9 BENJAMIN AQUILLA MANKIN son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born at Alexandria, VA on May 13, 1849, and died at his home in Herndon, Fairfax County, VA in 1926. He was a merchant in Herndon. He married FANNY MOORE(1852-1933), daughter of William Moore who owned what has been said to have been the first general store in Falls Church, VA on the site of what is now the "Children's Cupboard". Fanny Mankin was interested in the Mankin genealogy, and collected many records of the family. She went to England concerning the $80,000,000 Wood Estate. She owned the original Wood coat-of-arms handed down through the Mankin family. BENJAMIN AQUILLA MANKIN and FANNY MOORE MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-10 CATHERINE C. MANKIN, daughter of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin, was born at Alexandria, VA July 20, 1852, and died there June 3, 1862. The following clipping is found in a family bible: June 3, 1862, of scarlet fever, CATHERINE CLAY, the youngest daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Mankin, age 9 years, 11 months.

3-8-1-3-3-11 JAMES LEWIS MANKIN, son of Mark Matthew Mankin II and Elizabeth Ann May Mankin was born at Alexandria, VA. Unmarried.

3-8-1-3-11-1 ADELAID MANKIN. Miss. Mankin is described as a very beautiful woman. Early in life she entered the Convent in Baltimore, MD and became a Nun (Sisters of Charity). She took the name as a Nun of Sister M. Edward Mankin. She was visited by her family. Mr. Charles E. Mankin of Falls Church, VA often visited her when she was in the "white veil", before she became a full Sister.

Excerpts from the book:

The Sisters of Mercy of Maryland 1855 - 1930

"Sister Mary Loretto Costello M.A.
The first Mass at Mt. St. Agnes was celebrated July 6, 1867 by Rev. John Jones, acting assistant to Monsignor McColgan at St. Peter's Church. The first religious ceremony at Mt. St. Agnes took place July 23, 1867 when Sisters M. EDWARD MANKIN and Angela Maguire made their solemn Profession. Fathers McColgan and Hickey officiated, and a number of the diocesan clergy attended. For many years northwestern Baltimore had shown unmistakable signs of progress, and a rapidly increasing population evidenced the need for a Catholic Church. His Eminence, the Cardinal, urged on by his usual solicitude for souls, met this demand in October 1883 when he called upon Rev. Owen B. Corrigan, then assistant at St. Peter's to build a church in that section of the city. Fir this purpose a lot was chosen near the corner of Gilmor and Baker Streets, where ground was broken on April 10, 1884 for the new church. The cornerstone was laid on Sunday, May 25, 1884, by Right Rev. Bishop Gross of Savanah. The new building, a combination of church and school was dedicated by Cardinal Gibbons on October 12, 1884, and the parish was placed under the patronage of St. Gregory the Great. The lower story was divided into classrooms, and the entire upper floor was used as a place of worship. On November 19, 8884, the parochial school under the direction of the Sisters of Mercy was opened with an enrollment of 40 students. Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN was appointed directress, with Sister M. Regis Sinclair as assistant. The following year Sister M. Josephine Anzman and Sister M. Borgin Leonard replaced those Sisters. Since no convent had been provided for them in the parish, the Sisters journeyed daily for two years from their hospital on North Calvert Street where they were lodged. The inconveniences attendant upon such a course of procedures were many.
In the history of the development of St. Gregory's school other names shine brightly through the mists of time. They bear connection with the difficult first days of the educational enterprise. Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN, first directress of St. Gregory's School, was a convert from Presbyterianism through the zeal of Monsignor McColgan in whose honor she was given at her reception the name of the kingly saint of England - Edward. Her profession the first religious ceremony held at Mt. St. Agnes, took place in the present convent parlor, then the little chapel, on July 23, 1867. For many years Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN taught at St. Peter's School and Academy in Baltimore, and was also superior and directress of the schools in Cumberland. In the first years of her religious life, she had taught at the parish school and the academy in st. Aloysius parish, Washington, DC. In 1903, after an absence of nearly half a century, the Sisters of Mercy were again invited to the parish by the Jesuit Fathers to take charge of their beautiful new Gonzaga School for Boys. Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN was sent back to the scene of her early labors to teach the seventh grade. Because of her commanding personality, as well as of the experience, she was a disciplinary asset to the personnel of the new school which had opened its doors to all types of male youth, ranging in age from six to eighteen. After a short time engaged in this duty, Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN died suddenly on November 11, 1903, at St. Chaterine's, the sisters' residence during the years they taught at Gonzaga School. In 1894 Rev. Joseph W. Waters of St. Matthews Church, Washington, DC, realizing the need of a home for Catholic young women employed in Government Departments and other industries in the Capitol City, appealed to the Sisters of Mercy to establish a home there in order to shield those workers from temptations thrown in their way, when not sheltered by the influence of home and religion. In October 1900, the home was finished and ready for occupancy and was dedicated and placed under the patronage of St. Catherine of Siena. From St. Catherine's the sisters extended their activities in the year 1903 to St. Aloysius parish. On September 21, 1903, St. Aloysius was opened under the direction of Sister M. Carmelite Hartman with an enrollment of nearly 500 boys. With her was Sister M. EDWARD MANKIN who had taught in the academy on Eye Street in 1867."

3-8-1-3-11-2 GEORGE LEWIS MANKIN was born in 1864 and died December 24, 1909. He married NORA ELIZABETH HAWKINS. GEORGE LEWIS MANKIN and NORA HAWKINS MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-11-3 ROBERT LEE MANKIN, son of John Wood Mankin and Mary Ann Bentley.

3-8-1-3-11-4 LILLIAN JANE MANKIN, daughter of John Wood Mankin and Mary Ann Bentley Mankin, married GEORGE CREAMER. GEORGE CREAMER and LILLIAN JANE MANKIN CREAMER had issue;


3-8-1-3-2-2-1 JOSEPH LEWIS MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on July 26, 1862, and died June 21, 1884 while serving in the U.S. Army stationed at St. Joseph's Barracks, MO. He was unmarried.

3-8-1-3-2-2-2 ARTHUR RUST MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on February 14, 1864 and died at Arcola on May 8, 1925. He married LAURA SUSAN LEE, who was born November 9, 1867, daughter of Alexander Dove Lee and Margaret McFarland Lee, and died in Washington, DC on September 26, 1926. They attended the Baptist Church. ARTHUR RUST MANKIN and LAURA SUSAN LEE MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-3 BEVERLY DONOVAN MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Levinia Bruin Mankin was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on December 23, 1865 and died in Herndon, VA on January 4, 1934. He married in Washington, DC on February 20, 1901 to his cousin, EDITH NIXON, who was born October 12, 1870, daughter of the Hon. R. B. and Ann (Utermeele) Nixon. They were members of the Episcopal Church. The following clipping is from the May-Mankin Family Bible, owned by Mrs. Mary Lewis of Baltimore, MD:

"MRS. EDITH MANKIN DIES - HERNDON WOMAN HAS DAUGHTER OF LATE RICHARD NIXON - Herndon, VA, February 3 --- Mrs. EDITH NIXON MANKIN, wife of BEVERLY MANKIN and daughter of the late Richard Nixon, former disbursing Clerk on the Senate, in Washington, died at her home here yesterday after a brief illness of pneumonia. She is survived by her husband and two sons."

BEVERLY DONAVAN MANKIN and EDITH NIXON MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-4 EDWARD TASKER MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavina Burin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on March 14, 1867, and died at Harrisburg, PA on August 23, 1937. He is buried in Union Cemetery in Leesburg, VA. He married, in Washington, DC on June 30, 1900, to FLORENCE BUSSARD ("Belle"). She was born at Woodburn, VA on September 24, 1875, and died May 13, 1946 in Toledo, OH. She was the daughter of Orlando and Jane Bussard. They were members of the Baptist Church. The following clipping is from the May-Mankin Family Bible:

"MANKIN, EDWARD TASKER. on Monday, August 23, 1937, At Harrisburg, PA, EDWARD TASKER MANKIN, beloved husband of FLORENCE M. BUSSARD MANKIN and father of LAWRENCE O. & JANE LAVINA MANKIN. Funeral services at the Saffell Funeral Home, 475 H Street, NW on Thursday, August 26, at 10 A.M. Internment in Leesburg, VA."

EDWARD TASKER MANKIN and FLORENCE CECILA BUSSARD MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-5 FANNY HELEN MANKIN, daughter of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavina Burin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on February 14, 1869. She died November 9, 1895. Married on December 13, 1890 to DENNIS McCARTY RAMSEY. FANNY HELEN MANKIN RAMSEY and DENNIS McCARTY RAMSEY had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-6 MARY ELIZABETH MANKIN ("Bessie") daughter of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavina Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on June 29, 1870, and died July 15, 1915. She married on June 21, 1893 in Washington, DC to JOHN BARCROFT HOGELAND. Mr. Hogeland married (1st) Miss Greene who died at Falls Church, VA). He was born 1851, son of Jackson and Amanda Hogeland. He died February 24, 1920. JOHN BARCROFT HOGELAND and MARY ELIZABETH MANKIN HOEGLAND had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-7 MARTHA SUSAN MANKIN, daughter of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on February 6, 1872. She died December 15, 1922 in Los Angeles, CA. Married on June 22, 1894 to EMMETT O'CONNELL.

3-8-1-3-2-2-8 CHARLES ALBERT MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavania Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on December 8, 1873. He died in Chicago, IL. He married KITTY BLAIR.

3-8-1-3-2-2-9 OSIE MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA. Died in youth.

3-8-1-3-2-2-10 LAVINIA LUCRETIA MANKIN, daughter of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on January 3, 1880. She married on July 20, 1899, by Rev. M. Kirk of the 12th Street Methodist Protestant Church, Washington, DC to EDWARD FRANKLIN WILEY. He was born October 1, 1875 at Herndon, VA, son of Harvey and Eliza Wiley. They resided for a time in Newport News, VA. HOWARD FRANKLIN WILEY and LAVINIA MANKIN WILEY had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-11 NINA MANKIN, daughter of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA October 21, 1882. She died February 22, 1884.

3-8-1-3-2-2-12 HORACE MATROM MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, born March 22, 1876, died March 5, 1877 near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA.

3-8-1-3-2-2-13 ARMISTEAD HORACE MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Mary Lavinia Bruin Mankin, was born December 26, 1877 and died August 20, 1890 near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA.

3-8-1-3-3-3-1 ANNE ELIZABETH MANKIN ("Annie") born in Fairfax County, VA in December 13, 1863 and died at her home in Lewisville, VA on December 14, 1937. She is buried in the family plot in Lewisville Unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-3-2 MINNIE LEE MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA May 31, 1864. She died May 23, 1910. She married WILLIAM S. HUNTER (1854 - 1913). Both are buried in the Mankin family plot at Lewisville, VA. WILLIAM S. HUNTER and MINNIE LEE MANKIN HUNTER had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-3-3 ANDERSON ASHBROOK MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA in Sept. 18, 1866. He died unmarried in 1917 at Lewisville He is buried in the family plot in Lewisville, VA.

3--8-1-3-3-3-4 CATHERINE ELLEN MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA Nov. 18, 1871, died Sunday, October 21, 1949. She was unmarried. She was an ardent member of the Lewisville Presbyterian Church where she was Organist for many years. She is buried in the plot in Lewisville, VA.

3-8-1-3-3-3-5 FREDERICK MAY MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA October 26, 1872 and died unmarried at Lewisville on August 1, 1909. He is buried in the family plot at Lewisville, VA.

3-8-1-3-3-3-6 MARTHA KIDD MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA Dec. 28, 1874, she died at her home in Tacoma Park, MD on Tuesday, January 20, 1951. She married PAUL GARRETTwho was Post Master at Tacoma Park. For a number of years she taught in the District schools and at "Flint Hill" in Fairfax County. She lived at the time of her death at 7129 7th Street, NW, Tacoma Park, MD. PAUL GARRETT and MARTHA KIDD MANKIN GARRETT had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-5-5 RUTH CACKLEY MANKIN, daughter of Charles Edward Mankin and Ann Valinda Lynch Mankin, was born at Falls Church, VA April 14, 1896. She married to EDGAR ALLEN HILDERBRAND, son of Rev. Simpson Vietch Hildebrand and wife Lalia Guy Hildebrand (Pastor of Dulin Methodist Church Falls Church, VA). He was born in 1894 and died at Falls Church September 27, 1947. He is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery at Falls Church, VA in the Mankin lot. They had no issue.

3-8-1-3-3-5-6 CHARLES GUY MANKIN, son of Charles Edward Mankin and Ann Valinda Lynch Mankin was born at Falls Church, VA June 28, 1901. He married to BLANCHE WOODROW MILLER of Staunton, VA. CHARLES GUY MANKIN and BLANCHE WOODROW MILLER had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-7-1 WILLIAM ARTHUR MANKIN, disappeared and was never heard from again. He was the eldest child. He married ELIZABETH GUY ("Bessie). WILLIAM ARTHUR MANKIN and ELIZABETH GUY MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-3-1 ANNE ELIZABETH MANKIN ("ANNIE") born in Fairfax County, VA in December 13, 1863.

3-8-1-3-3-3-2 MINNIE LEE MANKIN, born in Fairfax County, VA May 31, 1864.

3-8-1-3-3--5-2 CLINTON EDWARD MANKIN, son of Charles Edward Mankin and Ann Valinda Lynch Mankin, born at Falls Church, VA on January 14, 1884, and died there on May 9, 1918, unmarried. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge at Falls Church. He was a musician, and played in the first motion picture theater in Washington, DC. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Falls Church.

3-8-1-3-3-5-3 MARY MARGUERITE MANKIN, daughter of Charles Edward Mankin and Ann Valinda Lynch Mankin, was born at Falls Church, VA on March 10, 1888, and died there March 12, 1891. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery.

3-8-1-3-3-5-4 LINDA MAE MANKIN, daughter of Charles Edward Mankin and Ann Valinda Lynch Mankin, born at Falls Church, VA May 30, 1889. She married to CLARENCE MARSHALL HIRST, son of Thomson Mason Hirst and Emily Hirst Allen Hirst. Mr. Hirst, a brother of Herbert Nelson Hirst who married Ellen Elizabeth Mankin, was born on the "Old Brown Farm" at Gainsville, Prince William County, VA on March 13, 1884. He died at his home "Fairhill Farm", Fairfax County, VA on November 9, 1951, and is buried in the Hirst lot, Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church, VA. CLARENCE MARSHALL HIRST and LINDA MAE MANKIN HIRST had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-6-1 ALBERT SIDNEY MANKIN, born in Alexandria, VA in 1874, died there at his home at 117 S. Columbus Street on December 2, 1949. He is buried in the Methodist Protestant Cemetery. He owned the Mankin family furniture. He married ANNE ELIZABETH CURTIN, daughter of the founder of "Curtin & Butts" foundry in Alexandria. They had no issue. A niece of Anne is Mrs.Mamie C. Risheill, 227 N. Columbus Street, Alexandria, VA, who may have some family portraits as she was heir to Albert S. Mankin.

3-8-1-3-3-9-1 ARTHUR MANKIN born November 3, 1874 and died January 15, 1875.

3-8-1-3-3-9-2 ETHEL OLYPTHIA MANKIN, married Prof. GEROGE McFARLAND McKIE, Dean of Chapel Hill University at Chapel Hill, NC, and author. Dr. GEORGE McFARLAND McKIE and ETHEL OLYPTHIS MANKIN McKIE had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-9-3 CECILE DELEMOIN MANKIN, married CARL ORRISON WHALEY. They have residence at 3000 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC ("Cathedral Mansions"). CAROL ORRISON WHALEY and CECILE DELEMOIN MANKIN WHALEY had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1-1 LUCY MANKIN born in Loudoun County, VA. She marriedFRANK HUTCHINSON. FRANK HUTCHINSON and LUCY MANKIN HUTCHINSON had issue;

3-8-1-3-5-1-2 CORA MANKIN born in Loudoun County, VA. She married WALTER PALMER. WALTER PALMER and CORA MANKIN PALMER had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1-3 JAMES MANKIN, son of George W. P. MANKIN and MARY C. HUTCHINSON MANKIN was born in Loudoun County, VA, and married (1st) MARY RILEY MORRIS, and (2nd) ESTHER MAAS. By his first wife he had:

JAMES MANKIN and his second wife ESTHER MAAS MANKIN had issue;

3-8-1-3-5-1-4 CHARLES MANKIN, son of George W. P. Mankin and Mary C. Hutchinson Mankin, died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-5-1-5 MARTHA MANKIN, daughter of George W. P. Mankin and Mary C. Hutchinson Mankin, married MAURICE PALMER.

3-8-1-3-5-1-6 MAUD MANKIN, daughter of George W. P. Mankin and Mary C. Hutchinson Mankin, married Mr. DOOLY.

3-8-1-3-5-1-7 JANE MANKIN, daughter of George W. P. Mankin and Mary C. Hutchinson Mankin, died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-5-3-1 BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON married EVA MATTHEWS. BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON and EVA MATTHEWS HUTCHINSON had issue;

38--1-3-5-3-2 CECIL HUTCHINSON married CHARLES MATTHEWS. CHARLES MATTHEWS and CECIL HUTCHINSON MATTHEWS had issue;

3-8-1-3-10-1-1 EDITH NIXON, married her cousin, BEVERLY MANKIN, son of Charles Lewis Mankin and Lavina Burin Mankin of Arcola, Loudoun County, VA. BEVERLY MANKIN and EDITH NIXON MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-10-1-2 CATHERINE NIXON ("Kate") married Mr. MARXand resides at 3123 Rittenhouse Street, NW, Washington, DC. Mr. MARX and CATHERINE NIXON MARX had issue;

3-8-1-3-10-1-3 MICNON CECELIA NIXON, married GEORGE SUMMERS. Mrs. Summers did some research on the Mankin family.

3-8-1-3-10-1-4 JESSIE NIXON, married ERNEST DJREEN. They live at 2219 Albemarle Street, Arlington, VA.

3-8-1-3-10-1-5 ANNA NIXON, died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-10-1-6 ELIZABETH NIXON, died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-10-1-7 ELINOR NIXON, died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-11-2-1 LEROY THOMAS MANKIN, born 1889 and died in 1951. He married PEARL E. DONALDSON. They had no issue.

3-8-1-3-11-2-2 IONE STEWART MANKIN, born 1897, died 1975. She did research on the Mankin family and contributed the basis for this genealogy. She died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-11-2-3 GEORGE LEWIS MANKIN JR., born in Odenton, MD 1900, died in Baltimore, MD 1954. He married ETHEL MAY SEITZ. GEORGE LEWIS MANKIN JR and ETHEL MAY SEITZ MANKIN had issue.


3-8-1-3-2-2-2-1(11) MARGARET ANN MANKIN, born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on March 26, 1888, and married on February 14, 1911 in Washington, DC to ARTHUR F. BROWNborn in Waynesboro, VA on November 7, 1884, son of David and Ann Brown. They attended the Methodist Church. MARGARET ANN MANKIN BROWN and ARTHUR F. BROWN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-2 ARTHUR LEWIS MANKIN, born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on January 25, 1891. He married on January 19, 1912 in Washington, DC to RENA SHEAR, who was born February 18, 1887, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. SIDNEY SHEAR. He died in Washington, DC on September 29, 1950. They attended the Methodist Church. The following article is copied from the Washington, DC Post of October 2, 1950:

"MANKIN, ARTHUR L. Suddenly on Friday, September 29, 1950, at his residence at 3809 7th Street, NW, ARTHUR L. MANKIN, beloved husband of RENA SHEAR MANKIN, father of Mrs. June Fields, Keith A. and Arthur K. Mankin, and brother of Mrs. Arthur F. Brown of Washington, DC, Mrs. Ruth Keys and Mrs. Bentley Harrison of Herndon, VA. Funeral services at the Saffall Funeral Home, 473 H Street, NW on Monday, October 2, at 11 AM. Internment in Herndon."
ARTHUR LEWIS MANKIN and RENA SHEAR MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-3 EARL LEE MANKIN, born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA, February 28, 1894, and died there May 6, 1903.

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-4 RUTH CECELIA MANKIN, born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on March 8, 1897. She married, in Washington, DC on May 8, 1918 to HERBERT KEYS. They attended the Methodist Church. Ruth Cecelia Mankin died April 17, 1952. RUTH CECELIA MANKIN KEYS and HERBERT KEYS had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-5 MARY LAVENIA MANKIN, born at Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on April 20, 1900. She married, on November 10, 1917, in Washington, DC, to WILLIAM BENTLEY HARRISON. Mr. Harrison was born at Winchester, Frederick County, VA on August 29, 1897, son of William Isaac and Helena (Lillard) Harrison. They attended the Methodist Church. Mrs. Harrison very kindly sent the author data on the descendants of Lewis French Mankin of Arcola. MARY LAVENIA MANKIN and WILLIAM BENTLEY HARRISON had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-6 ALBERT EMMETT MANKIN, born near Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on July 5, 1903. Married in Washington, DC in November, 1933 to MILDRED ADRAIN. He died in Washington, DC on November 8, 1949. He was a member of the Methodist Church. The following article is from the Washington Post of November 10, 1949: MANKIN, ALBERT EMMETT. Suddenly on Tuesday, November 8, 1949, ALBERT EMMETT MANKIN, son of the late Arthur R. and Laura Mankin, and brother of Mrs. A. F. Brown, Mrs. Ruth Keys, Mrs. Bentley Harrison, and A. L. Mankin. Funeral services at the Saffell Funeral Home, 475 H Street, NW, on Thursday, November 10, at 11 a.m. Internment, Arcola, VA.

3-8-1-3-2-2-3-2 WILSON DOUGLAS MANKIN born December 17, 1903. Married in Washington, DC on April 20, 1946 to ELMA LOU MOFFETT, born in Herndon, VA in November 1934, daughter of Henry and May Moffett. WILSON DOUGLAS MANKIN and ELMA LOU MOFFETT MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-3-3 RICHARD BEVERLY MANKIN born in Herndon, VA on January 4, 1907. Married ALBERTA CLARE EICHELBERGER of Frederick, MD. She was born October 9, 1917 and died June 26, 1939. RICHARD BEVERLY MANKIN and ALBERTA CLARE EICHELBERGER had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-1 LAWRENCE ORLANDO MANKIN born June 6, 1901. Married on June 23, 1931 to DOROTHEA LIVINGSTON.

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-2 EDWARD CAMMACK MANKIN born May 18, 1925. Married on December 15, 1945 to MARTHA McCOMBS of Toledo, OH. EDWARD CAMMACK MANKIN and MARTHA McCOMBS MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-3 HELEN LUCILLE MANKIN born July 16, 1927. She was known as "Hollie", died September 22, 2001 in Sugar Land, Texas.. She married on December 18, 1948 to GEORGE MORTON in Toledo, OH.He died December 11, 1990 in Pompano Beach, Florida. GEORGE MORTON and HELEN LUCILLE MANKIN MORTON had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-4 JANE LAVINA MANKIN born June 19, 1904. Married on December 1, 1951 in New York to EDWIN G. HOFFMAN. They attended the Baptist Church.

3-8-1-3-2-2-5-1 ANNA LUCERITA RAMSEY born November 1891. Married on November 15, 1916 to TURNER ALLEN GROVES, son of William Henry and Harriet Groves.

3-8-1-3-2-2-6-1 EDITH MANKIN HOGELAND ("Bessie") born May 11, 1894. Married in Washington, DC on September 17, 1919 to PERCY JAMES SAFFELL. He was born in July 1891, son of James Leonard and Jennie (Stewart) SAFFELL. PERCY JAMES SAFFELL and EDITH MANKIN HOEGLAND had issue.

3-8-1-3-3-3-2-1 ALEC HUNTER, resides near Lewisville, VA, is married and has several children.

3-8-1-3-3-3-6-1 MARY GARRETT, married a Mr. LEWIS. She lives at 5003 Belleville Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21207. She has in her possession the old May Family Bible. She is an accomplished musician, and former school teacher.

3-8-1-3-3-3-6-2 FRANKLIN TUCKER GARRETT, a lawyer, resides currently at 4308 Kentbury Drive, Bethesda, MD. He has in his possession the old Mark Matthew Mankin Family Bible. Mr. Garrett is married and has several children.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-1 CHARLES NELSON HIRST, born at Falls Church, VA September 25, 1904. He married (1st) IRENE CARROLL (Mrs. Jacobs), daughter of the founder of Carroll Detective Agency in Washington, DC; and (2nd) THELMA DEWEY (Mrs. Cook), born February 6, 1905 in Washington, DC, daughter of John and Mary (Richter) Dewey, and related to Admiral Thomas Dewey. They were married in Washington, DC July 16, 1938. They had no issue.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-2 RANDAL MASON HIRST, born at Falls Church, VA April 9, 1907, married PAULINE HILE (Mrs. Swann) of Culpepper, VA. By her first marriage she has a son, William Swann. They had no issue.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-3 RUTH ELIZABETH HIRST, born in the Mankin "Homer House" in Falls Church, VA on July 3, 1911 at 6:00 P.M. She married in the 5th Baptist Church, Washington, DC by the Rev. John W. Briggs, on June 14, 1929, to MELVIN LEE STEADMAN, son of Eli Stansbury and Ida Jane (Kerns) Steadman. He was born at "Walnut Hill", Falls Church, VA October 1, 1908. MELVIN LEE STEADMAN and RUTH ELIZABETH HIRST STEADMAN had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-4 ESTHER MAE HIRST, born near Merrifield, VA December 5, 1913. Married on April 17, 1935 to RUBEN LEE CLATTERBUCK, son of Ruben James and Annie (Jacobs) Clatterbuck, of an old Virginia family of German decedent. RUBEN LEE CLATTERBUCK and ESTHER MAY HIRST CLATTERBUCK had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-5 MARIAN LOUISE HIRST, born at Washington, DC November 15, 1918. Unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-6 MARIE BOAZE HIRST, born at Washington, DC February 3, 1920. She married, on December 24, 1942 in University City, MO, by the Rev. Albert J. Korris, Pastor of Bethel Lutheran Church, to ELDRED MARTIN YOCHIM, son of Martin Samuel and Jenny (winkler) Yochim, of PA. He was born April 15, 1907, and married (1) before his marriage to Marie B Hirst. Mr. Yochim served at a Lieutenant during World War II in the US Army. They had no issue.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-7 HERBERT MARVIN HIRST, born at Washington, DC June 25, 1921. Married on May 20, 1946 to ELEANOR GREENWOOD SIMPSON, daughter of Julian D. Simpson (a lawyer in the Justice Dept.) and Ruby Greenwood, a Civic and social leader in Arlington County, VA. Mrs. Simpson's mother is N. E. S. Greenwood, noted religious author and Evangelist.

HUBERT MARVIN HIRST and ELEANOR GREENWOOD SIMPSON HIRST had issue:

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-8 CLARENCE MARSHALL HIRST II born at Washington, DC June 17, 1923. He married on August 19, 1952, by his Uncle, the Rev. George G. Oliver in the Dulin Methodist Church, Falls Church, VA, to LOUISE ELIZABETH IMBODEN MARTIN, daughter of Walter and Vern (Oliver) Imboden of Arlington, VA, who was married and has a daughter, Constance Martin, born 1942. Mrs. Hirst is a granddaughter of Maj. James A. Imboden of the Confederate Army. The clergyman performing the ceremony was an Uncle of the groom and cousin of the bride.

3-8-1-3-3-5-4-1 MILDRED MARSHALL HIRST, born at Falls Church, VA in the Mankin "Home House" January 22, 1904. Attended Roanoke College and married on October 6, 1928 to HUBERT RUSSELL BAUCKMAN, who is manager of a Hamilton National Bank. They reside currently at "Fairhill Farm". HUBERT RUSSELL BAUCKMAN and MILDRED MARSHALL HIRST BAUCKMAN had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-5-4-2 WARREN LEE HIRST born at Falls Church, VA in the Mankin "Home House" on March 11, 1925. He married on February 12, 1952 in Arlington, VA to MARJARIE ELAINE NAIL (born 1920). WARREN LEE HIRST and MARJORIE NAIL HIRST had issue;

3-8-1-3-3-5-6-1 BLANCHE ANN MANKIN born August 31, 1944, Washington, DC.

3-8-1-3-3-5-6-2 CHARLES GRANVILLE MANKIN born March 13, 1949, Wash., DC.

3-8-1-3-3-7-1-1 LUCY MANKIN died unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-7-1-2 GUY MARK MANKIN, resides in Atlanta, GA. He married (later U.S. Congresswoman) HELEN DOUGLAS. She is often referred to in her biography as "The Belle of Ashby Street," and well known for her couageous work in civil rights and Georgia politics. The following is taken from Who's Who in America, Vol. 26, p. 1729:

MANKIN, HELEN DOUGLAS, lawyer, born Atlanta, GA September 11, 1896, d. Hamilton and Corinne (Williams) Douglas; A.B., Rockford (IL) Coll., 1917; LL.B., Atlanta (GA) Law Sch., 1921; m. GUY MANKIN. Admitted to Georgia Bar 1932, and since practiced law, Atlanta, GA; mem. Georgia General Assembly 1937-48. Mem. 79th Congress 1945-47, 5th District of Georgia. Served as ambulance driver and mechanic with Am. Hospital Unit attached to French Army during World War I; overseas 13 months. Decorated Meaille de la Reconnaissance; made citizen of Luzancy (Marne), France. Mem. Am. GA and Atlanta Bar Associations, Women's Overseas Service League (past National President), Business and Professional Women's Club. Home: "Liblolly", Highpoint Road, Stonewall, GA. Office: First National Bank Building, Atlanta 3, GA.

3-8-1-3-3-7-1-3 MYRTLE MAY MANKIN ("Mertie"), born at Falls Church, VA July 28, 1881, died there January 19, 1896. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery.

3-8-1-3-3-7-1-4 LULU BARBOUR MANKIN died at Staunton, VA in July or August, 1952, unmarried.

3-8-1-3-3-7-1-5 Dr. GEORGE TYREE MANKIN, born at Falls Church, VA 1871. He attended the opening session of Thomas Jefferson Institute at Falls Church, and upon graduation attended Business College in Washington, DC and studied Pharmacy. He was trained by M. E. Church. Mrs. Prentiss A. Shreve wrote:(speaking of Mr. Church) ... where he trained several young men during over 10 years of ownership and management. One of these was George Mankin, son of Mr. George Mankin, a real estate dealer, also nephew of Charles Mankin, who conducted a mercantile business where the drug store is now located at the traffic light. Young George was later proprietor of his own Drug Business just back of Uncle Charlie's store ....

Providence Journal, 10/4/1945:

Dr. Mankin was appointed President of the Virginia State Pharmaceutical Association by the Governor. He was identified with every public movement - served as Clerk of the Town Council and served on that Council. He was on the Board of Directors, Falls Church Bank during its formative years and served on the Board of Control of 13 of the Falls Church library Association. He was also a member and official of the Falls Church Presbyterian Church. Dr. Mankin was Fire Warden of the 1st Ward, 1904. He was for many years the only Notary Public in Falls Church, and served in that connection and other capacities in the noted Murray-Bean inheritance case in Texas with Mr. M. E. Church. Mr. Mankin married SUSAN DAVIDSON, daughter of Dr. Robert Allen Davidson, DD. He was a prominent Mason, affiliated with Kemper Lodge No. 64, A.F.&A.M. of Falls Church on May 25, 1896. He served as fourth Master of the Lodge June 23, 1899 - June 22, 1900, succeeding Mr. W. L. Gordon. He was originally a member of Andrew Jackson Lodge No. 120 in Alexandria, VA. He served as District Deputy Grand Master of Masons in Virginia. He died March 9, 1918. GEORGE T. MANKIN, a druggist and long time prominent citizen of Falls Church died at 8:15 A.M. March 9 at his residence here and was buried from the Presbyterian Church at 3 P.M. on the 11th. My Story, Charles A. Stewart, Vol. 2, p. 486
Now open to the Public - Mankin Pharmacy - Washington Street, Falls Church, Virginia. G. T. Mankin & Co. Proprietors. New Store - New Stock. Prescriptions carefully compounded. 8 - 10:30 A.M. 12 - 1:00 P.M. Sunday, 5 - 7:30 weekdays. Falls Church News, January 21, 1898. Dr. GEORGE TYREE MANKIN and SUSAN DAVIDSONMANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1-1-1 Daughter HUTCHINSON, married CAMILLES NEWCOMB.

3-8-1-3-5-1-2-1 AUDERY PALMER, married BENJAMIN MAYS. BENJAMIN MAYS and AUDREY PALMER MAYS had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1-2-2 LILLIAN PALMER, married LUCIEN McCLOUD. LUCIEN McCLOUD and LILLIAN PALMER McCLOUD had issue:

3-8-1-3-5-1-3-1 WALTER MANKIN

3-8-1-3-5-1-3-2 EVELYN MANKIN

3-8-1-3-5-1-3-3 RICHARD MANKIN

3-8-1-3-5-1-3-4 MAUD MANKIN, married THEODORE ADRIAN. THEODORE ADRIAN and MAUD MANKIN ADRIAN had issue;

3-8-1-3-11-2-3-1 GEORGE LEWIS MANKIN III, born in Baltimore MD October 11, 1941. He married (1st) LOIS JEAN SPENCER, (2nd) RUTH MARLENE (ELLIS) PIRKLE, and (3rd) CAROLE (WAY) BENNETT. He had no issue.



3-8-1-3-2-2-2-2-1 ARCHIBALD KEITH MANKIN, born at Arcola, Loudoun County, VA on February 2, 1913, son of Arthur Lewis Mankin and Rena Shear Mankin, married on October 6, 1940 to DOROTHY HARRISON. ARCHIBALD KEITH MANKIN and DOROTHY HARRISON MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-2-2 JUNE LEE MANKIN, born at Arcola, Loudoun County, VA, daughter of Arthur Lewis Mankin and Rena Shear Mankin, on May 26, 1917. Married on April 23, 1938 to CHARLES FIELDS. They attended the Methodist Church. JUNE LEE MANKIN FIELDS and CHARLES FIELDS had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-2-3 ARTHUR KENNETH MANKIN, born at Arcola, Loudoun County, VA, son of Arthur Lewis Mankin and Rena Shear Mankin, on October 26, 1925. He married, on August 10, 1945, to EARLINE BRADSHAW. ARTHUR KENNETH MANKIN and EARLENE BRADSHAW MANKIN had issue:

3-8-1-3-2-2-2-4-1 WILLIAM MANKIN KEYS, born at Herndon, VA on December 18, 1930, son of Ruth Cecelia Mankin Keys and Herbert Keys. He married on August 4, 1943 at Herndon to HELEN ROBERTA ANDERSON, who was born in Washington, DC on May 30, 1919, daughter of Ernest and Baulah (Detwiler) Anderson. They live in Herndon, VA and attend the Episcopal Church.

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-2-1 EDWARD CAMMACK MANKIN born November 8, 1949.

3-8-1-3-2-2-4-2-2 MARY LOU MANKIN born October 2, 1956.

3-8-1-33--5-1-3-1 MELVIN LEE STEADMAN JR, born at Falls Church, VA on May 14, 1932.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-3-2 MILDRED MARGUERITE STEADMAN born at Falls Church, VA January 22, 1936.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-3-3 RUTH ELLEN STEADMAN born at Washington, DC November 9, 1945.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-4-1 RONALD LEE CLATTERBUCK, born at Washington, DC December 31, 1937.

3-8-1-3-3-5-1-4-2 WILLIAM NELSON CLATTERBUCK, born at Washington, DC December 21, 1940.

3-8-1-3-5-8-4-1-1 BRENDA MAY BAUCKMAN born at Falls Church, VA in the Mankin "Home House" on September 3, 1939.

3-8-1-3-3-5-4-2-1 BRENDA LEE HIRST, born in Washington, DC May 31, 1952.

END OF DATA


Footnotes:

1. Charles County, Lib. 20, folio 340 

2. Charles County, Lib. 31, folio 108 

3. Charles County, Lib. 31, folio 267 

4. Charles County, Accounts, Lib. 35, folio 77 

5. Charles County, Lib. AD no. 5, folio 263 

6. Prince William County, VA, Will Book H, p. 237 

7. Page 105, published by W.P.A. 

8. Prince William County, VA, Lib. G, folio 107 

9. In a letter from Ione Stewart Mankin of Baltimore, MD dated 6/2/52. 

10. This Coat-of-Arms remained in the family until recent years. When last heard from, it was taken to England by Mrs. Fanny (Moore) Mankin, wife of Benjamin A. Mankin (1852-1933) at the time of the settlement of the Wood family fortune of $80,000,000.00. It may still be in that branch of the family.

11. NOTE: In the original mss, the above family was numbered 18132226, and their descendants numbered accordingly. A notation was inserted in the MSS concerning the error, as this was the eldest child in this branch, and should have been numbered first. I have corrected the error in this copy.

12. Note: Lucy Chandler was the daughter of Stephen Chandler (son of John Chandler, Sr.,"shoemaker of Port Tobacco," and Ann Penn) and Joan Cox (daughter of Benjamin Cox and his wife an unknown daughter of Jane Mankin).From Mary Louise Donnelly's book "My Colonial Ancestors, Plus Others": This would actually mean that Lucy was a grandaughter of Jane (Wood) Mankin, if correct.

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