Family:Richard Mann and Rebecca Unknown (1)

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b. bef 1621
d. bef 16 Feb 1654/55
 
b. bef 1626
 
m. bef 1646
Facts and Events
Marriage[1] bef 1646 Estimate based on date of birth of eldest known child.
Children
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bef 12 Jul 1732
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References
  1. Mann, George Sumner. Mann memorial, a record of the Mann family in America: genealogy of the descendants of Richard Man of Scituate, Mass., preceded by English family records, and an account of the Wrentham, Rehoboth, Boston, Lexington, Virginia, and other branches of the Manns who settled in this country. (Boston: Mann, 1884), 59.

    "Undoubtedly, he married (Rebecca ---) in the mother country, and, probably, had no children there."
    [Observation: undoubtedly usually means the opposite.]

  2.   Plummer, John. "The Possible English Origina of Richard Mann of Scituate, Massachusetts", in The American Genealogist. (Demorest, Habersham, Georgia, United States: D.L. Jacobus), Vol. 70, p. 220-222.

    "May 25th 1638. The Exa[m]i[n]at[i]on of RICHARD MAN: of Ingram [Ingham] in Norff Tayler aged about 23 yeares, REBECCA: his wife aged about 30 years is desireous to goe into Holland to serve und[e]r the States" [citing "Transcript of Three Registers of Passengers from Great Yarmouth to Holland and New England 1637-1639" by Charles Boardman Jewson]. Notes marriage of Richard Man and Rebecca Short on 21 Jul 1637 is found in Parish Registers of St. Julian's, Norwich, Norfolk, FHL film 993893. [Commentary in article suggests even if age on examination is wrong (probable since woman seldom that much older than her husband), a person married in 1637 is a stretch to be a woman who had a child in 1666 and nine-year gap until first child "is disturbing". Thus, further work is needed, probably in Holland, to determine if this is the Richard Mann who came to Scituate or not.]