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Lebanon Cemetery
Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio

Old Section Lot 395
Brown, Jackson, Manning

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ [no surname] [Lebanon Cemetery Home]
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looking west


Charlotte Jackson
wife of Wm. Jackson
& dau. of S. & S. Manning
died July 11, 1866
aged 79 years

Interment #3616 in lot 395 in 1906 [Charlotte Jackson, William Jackson & Samuel Manning all listed as Interment #3616 when they were removed from the Presbyterian Graveyard]

by
Arne H Trelvik
8 September 2007


base of broken stone located between stones for Charlotte Jackson & Samuel Manning thought to be for
William Jackson

Interment #3616 in lot 395 in 1906 [Charlotte Jackson, William Jackson & Samuel Manning all listed as Interment #3616 when they were removed from the Presbyterian Graveyard.  Beers History of Warren County, page 477 lists his death in 1868 at age 68]

by
Arne H Trelvik
8 September 2007

2007

2010
Memorial Day


2007

2010
Memorial Day

Sacred to the memory of
Samuel Manning
who was born in Middlesex Co. N. Jersey Feb. 10, 1762
& moved to Ohio in 1795
& departed this life May 9, 1837
aged 75 years & 6 months

[Revolutionary War Soldier]

Interment #3616 in lot 395 in 1906 [Charlotte Jackson, William Jackson & Samuel Manning all listed as Interment #3616 when they were removed from the Presbyterian Graveyard]
- see footnote for additional information

by
Arne H Trelvik
8 September 2007
29 May 2010
 

south side
  
south side
Mary Manning Lewis D. Manning
wife of L. D. Manning
died Oct. 15, 1863
aged 63 years & 9 months
died May 10, 1886
aged 87 years 1 month 23 days
Interment #573 [no lot # or date listed in Register of Interments] Interment #2029 in lot 395 on 12 May 1886
[name misspelled Louis D. Henning in cemetery database]
by
Arne H Trelvik
8 September 2007


Rachel Brown
wife of Stacey Brown
& daughter of Samuel & Sarah Manning
died May 1, 1852 [rest of stone missing]

Interment #2542 in lot 395 on 24 Oct 1892 [removed from east of Lebanon]
Warren County Cemetery Records Vol 10 has age as 58 years

by
Arne H Trelvik
8 September 2007
       

looking north

FOOTNOTES: [email any additional information or comments that you would like to include to Arne H Trelvik ]
29 April 2010 &
Randy Krueger
Samuel Manning had another daughter Martha (Manning) Edwards, who lived in Warren County but died in Xenia OH(Greene Cnty), at a young age. Martha married James Edwards Jr. who arrived in WC in 1807, and brought his father to WC in 1809 to start one of the 1st businesses at the Black Horse Tavern. Martha's lineage has been documented in Warren County 1st Families #112. It should also be noted that Samuel Manning was at Valley Forge with his brother Thomas Manning from Middlesex County NJ. Although he was from NJ, he enlisted in the Continental Army in White Plains NY, and ended up in the 2nd Div. under BG "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Documentation submitted to DVF (Desc. of Valley Forge YR 2009) and the SAR Cincinnati Chapter. (Philly-Monmouth Campaigns) Samuel Manning was the founder of the Historic City of Lebanon Ohio. See organizational chart at http://valleyforgemusterroll.org/ArmyOrgChart.htm
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ [no surname] [Lebanon Cemetery Home]

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