I'm not related -
1850 Sumter, GA
Mann, Elizabeth 61 VA
Robert 27 GA
Sarah 17GA - 1st wife of Daniel S. Bagley she d. 1868
Griswold, Mary 22 GA -nee Mann - married Meshack Hitchcock
Griswold, Elizabeth 2 GA
Mann, John 9 GA
Nancy 8 GA
Jennings 3 GA
Mann, Lafayette 25 GA -(Probably Washington L.)
Mann, Americus 19 GA ***************
2 doors away
Mann, Joseph 30 GA
Maria 27 GA
Frances 6 GA female
Elizabeth 5 GA
Lucy 4 GA
Robert 2 GA
Washington 11/12 GA
2 doors away
Manns, Sarah 33 GA - likely widow of ThomasMann nee Westman
James 11 GA
Thomas 9 GA
Sarah 7 GA - 2nd wife of Daniel Bagley
Isham 5 GA
Hitchcock, Meshack 28 GA overseer
Will of Elizabeth B. Mann probated Sumter Co. 11/3/1856
Grandchildren: children of son Thomas M. Mann, dec'd - not named, children of son William B. Mann, Dec'd-not named, children of son Augustus C. Mann Dec'd-not named, granddaughter Elizabeth J Griswold, sons Joseph Mann, Robert E. Mann, Washington L. Mann. Daughters Mary E. Hitchcock wife of Meshick Hitchcock and Sarah A. Bagley wife of Daniel S. Bagley. Daniel S. Bagley was the executor. Daniel sold Land belonging to Elizabeth Mann in 1857.
Augustus C. Mann Males 30-40(1);females 10-15(1),15-20(1), 20-30(1)
Thomas M. Mann Males 0-5(1), 20-30(1); females 0-5(1), 20-30(1)
E B Mann males 15-20(2), 20-30(1);females 5-10(1), 10-15(1), 50-60(1)
As neither Augustus nor Thomas have boys of Americus' age, he is probably the son of William B. Mann who was likely deceased prior to 1840, and certainly by 1856. All the online tree showing William B. Mann and Lucy Broadnax as Americus' parents have William dying in 1895 - so this is not likely to be the correct William.
Joseph Mann died in Sept 1879/80, Sumter Co. at age 59 and said was b. GA, father b. VA, Mother b. VA
Americus' grandparents were likely -
Likely John Mann b. 1785 VA d. 1837 Sumter GA and Elizabeth B. Brooking(s) b. ~1888 VA d. 1856 Sumter GA. They were married in Amelia, VA June 20, 1805. I believe the family migrated to Hancock Co GA ca 1812-1820+ and on to Lee/Sumter Counties when the land lottery opened the area up.
I only find a couple of references to your Americus after the 1850 census.
1860 Russelville, Monroe, GA
Monn, A. V. 29 Physician
Georgie E. 25
Harriet S 5/12
1864 Census for re-organizing the GA Militia - Brooks County
Mann, A. V. 33 Physician b. GA exemption-minister
The Manns in Sumter County seem to have had a lot of slaves, so there may be more records in the Sumter Co. Archives-if the courthouse survived. Land records may provide the best confirmation of Elizabeth's husband.
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