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Re: James McMannamy
Posted by: Mary Wilson (ID *****2296) Date: July 03, 2003 at 22:10:09
In Reply to: Re: James McMannamy by chris mcmannamy of 11

Chris,sorry it took so long, but I found those deeds.
Champaign Co.,OH, Deeds
Dec.12,1845:Deed book;S Pages; 337-338
This deed lists John and Sarah McManama, residents of Champaign Co.,OH, selling their land, part of survey No.3898, in the name of Mathew Arbuckle. They sell the land to William McManama.
Oct.31,1848:Deed book;U Page;132
William McManama sells his part of survey No.3898 to Sophia McManama.
Jan.19,1846: Deed book;S Pages;467-468
William and wife Sarah McManama sell Lot number 52, located in Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co.,OH, to John McManama.
Feb.26,1838 Deed Book;O Pages 173-174
James McManaway and his wife Sophia, sold Lot number 45 in Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co.,OH. They sold it to Hiram M. Gutrige.
Feb.20,1836 Deed Book;M Page;540
James McManamay purchases from Isaac Putman Lot number 45 in Mechanicsburg, Champaign Co.,OH.
March 16,1826: Deed book;F Pages 456-457
James McManama purchases from Henry Milue Sr. part of survey Number 3898 originally owned by Mathew Arbuckle.
Oct.16,1848 Deed Book;U Pages;284-285
William and wife Sarah sell part of survey number 3898 to Christian Goul. William's last name midway through the deed is spelled McManamy. It remains that spelling and is signed that way.
In chronological order it goes like this:
1826 James McManama buys part of 3898
1836 James McManamay buys lot 45
1838 James and Sophia McManaway sell lot 45
1845 John and Sarah McManama sell part of 3898
1846 William and Sarah McManama sell lot 52
1848 William McManama sells part of 3898 to Sophia McManama
1848 William and Sarah McManamy sell part of 3898
Looks like a family to me. Also, look at the various spellings for the last name.

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