It is good to find a MANGAM relative. There should be many of us, but I fear most of them are hiding.
I have found William MANGAM’s tombstone in the Dale Cemetery, in Ossining, NY, which I have visited.
Here’s my current information on him:
131. William MANGAM, b. Dec 14, 1788 (ts), Mount Pleasant; d. Nov 28, 1866 (ts), Sing Sing, age 78 (ESJ obit Dec 7, 1866) (NYHerald, Nov 29, 1866), bur Dec 28, 1866, age 78, Dale Cemetery, Ossining (# 590, pg 23, book 1), Sect C, lot 6; m. Elizabeth Leggett (b. Apr 6, 1788 (ts); d. Aug 27, 1849 (ts), age 68 of Cholera, Sing Sing, NY (ESJ Aug 31, 1849), bur Dale Cemetery, Ossining, NY, Sec 6, lot 6), dau of William Leggett (Mac 83); m2. 1850, Susan ____, (b. 1800 (age 49, 1850 Census). Baptist. Real estate and hotel business, Westchester Co, NY. Lived Sing Sing, NY.
Obit - NYTimes - 11-29-1866 - MANGAM.--At Sing Sing, on Wednesday, Nov 28, of inflammation of the lungs, WM. MANGAM, in the 78th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend his funeral on Friday morning at 10 o’clock from his late residence, and at 11 o’clock from the Baptist Church in this village. Cars leave 39th-st., NY, at 8 and 8:30 o’clock.
1840 - Males - 2, 50-60 (William (b. 1788) + bro), 1, 20-30 (?), 2, 10-15 (William L, Daniel D.), 1, 5-10 (?), 1 < 5 (?); Females - 1, 80-90 (mother), 1, 50-60 (wife) , 1, 20-30 (Nancy, 1815), 1, 15-20 (Eliza?), 1, 5-10 (Gertrude, 1832). Were Mary & Esther & Rebecca younger? He was 52.
US Census Listings
1840 - Mt Pleasant, Westchester Co, NY - Males: 1, 1, 2, - 1 - - 2; Females -, 1, 1, - - 1, - - 1.
1850 - Ossining, NY - 323-377 - Mangam, William, age 61, M, no occ, b. NY; Susan, age 49, F, b. NY, married during year, Gertrude, age 18, F, b. NY; Henry A. McCone, (Henry D. McCord, b. 1839?), age 13, M, b. NY; Elizabeth Ackerly, age 18, F, b. NY.
8 surviving children, 5 dau - Mary, Eliza, Esther, Nancy, Rebecca, Gertrude, William L. (1826), Daniel D. (1828).
I have his parents and grandfather.
I have that Eliza and William LEWIS had 13 children, but I only had 2 in my files. If you contact me privately, I will send you my entire CHAMPENOIS Family file, which includes the MANGAMs. Margaret MANGAM, daughter of Daniel, the Immigrant, married second, Thomas CHAMPENOIS,, son of the CHAMPENOIS immigrant.
I have nothing on William LEWIS. I understand your problem. I have 2 distinct LEWIS ancestral lines, and have had much trouble nailing them down because of the common names. I have several other LEWIS lines, such as yours, marrying into my family, but I have not tried to research them.
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