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John, James & William MANKIN (1790 - Henry County, Virginia)
Posted by: Debra Nitsche (ID *****8924) Date: June 30, 2007 at 20:47:36
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Does any one happen to know who John, James, and William Mankin are that is listed on the 1790 Personal Tax List for Henry County, Virginia?? They are not listed there in 1800.

1790 Personal Tax, Henry County, Virginia

Page #: 12
Date: March 29
Name: JOHN MANKIN
Free Whites over 16: 3
Blacks over 16: ----
Blacks over 12 and under 16: ----
Horses & Cattle: 4
Stud Horses: ---

Page #: 13
Date: March 31
Name: JAMES MANKIN
Free Whites over 16: 2
Blacks over 16: ---
Blacks over 12 and under 16: ---
Horses & Cattle: 2
Stud Horses: ---

Page #: 13
Date: March 31
Name: WILLIAM MANKIN
Free Whites over 16: 1
Blacks over 16: ---
Blacks over 12 and under 16: ---
Horses & Cattle: 1
Stud Horses: ---


These Mankin men may have connections to my William W. Mankin(s), b. ABT. May 10, 1781 in Maryland. Migrated to Wood County, [West] Virginia (1810 & 1820 census). In 1821 he and his family moved directly across the Ohio River into Washington County, Ohio.

The reason why I think they COULD be related is from naming patterns and migration patterns of close neighbors of my MANKIN(S) CLAN once they reached Wood Co. Several were from Loudon, and Fairfax Counties.

Also listed in the 1790 Personal Tax List for Henry Co., Virginia is a John Spencer and John Dillard. John Spencer married Ruth, d/o John Dillard. The Spencer's have ties to my Mankins line after they reached Wood Co., [West] Virginia.

Other possible ties to my Mankins' line that migrated to Wood county are the surnames of Lewis, Tomlinson, Tannever, Neal, and Creel. They may have all migrated together.

See what information that I do have about my William Mankins, b. 1781 in Maryland. Click the link below.

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=diamonddeb&id=I0051

Thanks in advance to anyone sharing info about this John, James & William Mankin.

Debbie Noland Nitsche
Diamonddeb@comcast.net


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