Many Branches of My Family Tree From Washington County, Ohio & Beyond

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This database contains many of the early settlers of WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO -- Lots of information about the families of Mankins, Johnson, Cole, Green(e), Dodge, McNeal, Beebe, Parke, Mason, Coburn, Noland, Beagle, Farnsworth, Harden, Spencer. Also, the families of Coyle, Stout, Kelley, Harmon, Racey, Barnhouse, & Cain families from MORGAN & NOBLE Counties in Ohio including those who were involved in the 1863 Hoskinsville Rebellion. "MANY" Allied Families throughout SE Ohio. Last updated Jan. 9, 2012

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  • ID: I0051 View Post-em!
  • Name: William W. MANKINS
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 10 MAY 1780 in Maryland
  • Death: 11 JAN 1870 in Dunham Twp. Washington Co., Ohio (aged 89 yrs and 8 months says the report by Dr. Shaw)
  • Event: Relationship 4th Gr. Grandfather of Debbie Noland Nitsche
  • Reference Number: 51
  • Note:
    According to Nellie Gard, William Mankins died 1-11-1870 of old age, aged 89 yrs and 8 months says the report by Dr. Shaw. If he was at this age, his estimated DOB would be May 10, 1780.

    1810 Census Wood Co. Virginia (West Virginia)
    MANKIN, William 1 Male 16 thru 25...1Male 26 thru 44.
    1 Female 16 thru 25....1 Female 45 and over

    1820 Census Wood Co. Virginia (WV)
    MANKINS, William 1 Male 26-45
    2 Females under 10......1 Female 26-45
    NOTE: The orginial census record looks as though their could be a "3" in the first line, but it is very hard to read. About 1/2 of it is faded out. The transcribed verion that you will find on the Wood Co., WV GENWEB site does not give any males in the "Under 10" age bracket. If this is the case the 3 children would be John, William and possibly a son by the name of Henry. There is a Henry Mankins that married a Rosanna Otis that I am investgating, but no proof that William is the father as of April 2005.

    There is this one John CASEY in Wood County, Virginia and later in Meigs Co., Ohio that COULD be a brother in-law to William Mankin(s). John Casey was married Sally UHL. Jacob UHL married Catherine Dye. Catharine's Mother was Jane MANKIN, who is believed to be the sister to William Mankins


    HISTORY OF WAHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO by Williams pg. 650-651:
    William Mankin emigrated from Maryland to Ohio in 1824, and settled in the part of Dunham township formely included in Warren. He died in 1870, in his ninetieth year. His wife, Elizabeth Carey, was born in 1783, and died in 1875. They had four children. William F., Francis F., and John live in Dunham township; Joseph W. lives in Henry county, ILLINOIS. William F. Mankin was born in 1816. In 1839 he married Harriet Dodge, who was born in Delaware in 1820. They have four children. Charity, Ezra, and Rhoda (Bingham) live in Dunham; Martha (Beech), in Barlow.


    1830 Census Warren Twp., Washington County, Ohio #304
    William MANKINS 1 Male 5-10....2 Males 10-15.....1Male 15-20......1 Male 40-50
    1Female 40-50


    Deeds Vol. 31, p. 31 - Wilson Shannon, Gov. of Ohio for $169.12 paid by WILLIAM MANKINS to the Treasurer of Washington County, sold to him land in Sect. #29 the income from which land was to be used for religious purposes.
    Signed: Wilson Shannon, Gov. of Ohio by Carter B. Hanlan, Sec. of State.
    Dated: Dec. 12, 1839.
    (State) Recorded in Book 1, pg. 63
    (County) Recorded Feb. 21, 1841, D. P. Bosworth, Recorder.


    1840 Census Warren Twp., Washington County, Ohio
    Wm. MANKINS 1 Male 15-20....1Male 20-30....1Male 50-60....1 Female 50-60
    NOTE: Living between William Mankins and William F. Mankins (his son) was MARTIN BRUMBACK. Living close by was John Cole, JOHN MANKINS (his son), HENRY H. COLE, ALEXANDER CALDER, WM. A. SPENCER, LEVI SWAN, JOEL DODGE, WM. T. JOHNSON, MALACHI COLE, & MILO SWAN. The names in captial letters are those mentioned in the 1839 Estate of Willard Greene, Sr. Wm. Mankins (Sr.), Martin Brumback and Alexander Calder were the appraisers of the Estate. The others were mentioned as to owing the Estate $$$. Willard Greene, Sr. was the grandfather of William Mankins (Jr.) wife, Harriet Dodge.


    In June of 1855 Dunham Township was erected incorporating the northern part of Belpre and the southern part of Warren Twps. These people who lived on Section #29 did not move.


    1850 Census Dunham Twp. Washington Co., Ohio #49-52
    MANKINS, Wm. 69 Farmer Maryland (Value of Real Estate owned: 800)
    Elizabeth 68 Virginia


    1860 Census Dunham Twp. Washington Co., Ohio #145-121
    MANKINS, William 80 Maryland (shows that they are living between William F. and John Mankins)
    Elizabeth 80 Virginia


    Vol. 71, pg. 352 - William D. Bailey of Washington County, administrator of the estate of WILLIAM MANKINS deceased, of same place on Aug. 27, 1870 sold at public auction to WILLIAM F. MANKINS for $465.90 he being the highest bidder, land in Dunham Twp., North 1/2 of W. W. 1/4 of S. e. 1/4. Section #29, Town #1, Range #9, being 20 acres.
    Signed: Wm. D. Bailey, Adm. of estate of Wm. Mankins, dec'd.
    Witnesses: John A. Hamilton, Sam'l Knowles
    Dated: Dec. 13, 1870
    Recorded: April 24, 1871, James Nixon, Recorder.

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    Vol. 73, pg. 497 - William Bailey, Adm. of estate of Wm. Mankins, dec'd sold a public auction on October 1, 1870 to JOHN MANKINS for $480.00 land in Dunham Twp.- South 1/2, of S. W. 1/4, of S. E. 1/4. Section #29, Twp. #1, Range #9, containing 20 acres.
    Signed W. D. Bailey
    Witnesses: John A. Hamilton, Sam'l S. Knowles
    Dated: Jan. 30, 1871.
    Recorded: Apr. 30, 1872, James Nixon, Recorder.

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    Probate Records Vol. E, Page 264 Washington County, Ohio Probate Court.

    William Mankins Of Dunham, Tp

    Fees $5 Paid
    fees $1.75 paid
    fee $3.50 Pd.
    fee $3.50 paid

    Admin April 8th 1870. Wm D. Bailey appointed administrator of Estate. Bond $1500.00 filed, John
    Mankins and Francis F. Mankins sureties, Wm P. Cole, Alex McTaggart & A. S. Bailey appraisers. F 89 May 16, 1870, Notice filed
    April 20, 1870 Inventory filed F 94
    June 12th A.D. 1872 Partial Account filed and set for hearing July 5th 1872 F 464
    July 5, 1872 Partial account examined and allowed. Balance due Estate $111.79 F 473
    Oct. 5, 1875 Final account examined and set for hearing Nov. 4, 1875 G 518
    Nov. 4, 1875 Final account examined and allowed. Balanced. G 533
    Index vol 1 p 270
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    The Marietta Register (Marietta, Ohio)
    Thursday, October 14, 1875
    PROBATE NOTICES
    ---Adminstrators---
    Wm. MANKINS, by W. D. BAILEY, final.

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    According to Nellie Gard, author of the Ellenwood Clan, William W. Mankins was born in Maryland, migrated to Virginia. Family records show that he married Elizabeth Cazy in Richmond, Va. and removed to Ohio before 1820. William was born in 1780 and Elizabeth in 1783.
    Nellie also states that they probably rented land in Warren Township where William later purchased land in Ministrerial Section #29 (actually a 99 year lease until 1973). William and his sons owned adjoining farms north of the back of the old COLE homestead near Briggs Station and not far from the Ohio River. William Mankins died 1- 11- 1870 of old age, aged 89 yrs and 8 months says the report by Dr. Shaw. Elizabeth died in January 1874 aged 91 years. Sons John, William F. and Francis Franklin lived in Dunham Townhip in 1881, but Joseph removed ca. 1855 to Henry County, Illinois.

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    ------NOTE: January 2006
    NEW RESEARCH SEEMS TO INDICATE THAT JANE (MANKIN) DYE AND WILLIAM MANKIN(S) WERE INDEED BROTHER & SISTER. ---- WHILE IT IS NOT 100% PROVEN, BUT SEVERAL "IMPORTANT CLUES" TELL US THAT IT IS HIGHLY POSSIBLE. ----Please email me for more information.

    To read more about Jane Mankin(s) Click on his fathers' name as "Unknown (see notes) MANKIN(S)". Then Click on "Jane Mankin(s)." I will be uploading these 'clues' as time allows.




    Father: Unknown (see notes) MANKIN[S]

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth (Carey ?) CASEY b: 1782 in Virginia
    • Married: ABT 1811 in Richmond, Va. (Source: The Ellenwood Bible; Betsy wife of John Mankins)
    Children
    1. Has Children John MANKINS b: 17 APR 1812 in Virginia
    2. Has Children William F. MANKINS b: NOV 1816 in Wood County, Virginia (On death record)
    3. Has Children Joseph W. MANKINS b: 20 APR 1820 in Washington County, Ohio (right after parents moved from Wood Co., Virginia.)
    4. Has Children Francis Franklin MANKINS b: 9 DEC 1822 in Ohio

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    This database contains many of the early settlers of WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO -- Lots of information about the families of Mankins, Johnson, Cole, Green(e), Dodge, McNeal, Beebe, Parke, Mason, Coburn, Noland, Beagle, Farnsworth, Harden, Spencer. Also, the families of Coyle, Stout, Kelley, Harmon, Racey, Barnhouse, & Cain families from MORGAN & NOBLE Counties in Ohio including those who were involved in the 1863 Hoskinsville Rebellion. "MANY" Allied Families throughout SE Ohio. Last updated Jan. 9, 2012

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