Biography of John Mann
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JOHN MANN, son of John and Hannah (Willard) Mann, was born in Armstrong County, Penn., November 20, 1820. His parents were natives of New Jersey and Pennsylvania respectively, and located in 1834 in this township, purchasing land, on which they reared a family of seven children, namely: Samuel, John, Margaret A., Isaac, William, George and Willard, all living, the oldest in his sixty fifth year; the youngest in his forty ninth. John Mann, the subject of this sketch, was married April 27, 1844, to Miss Susanna Madison, a resident of this township and native of New York. Their children were William U., Job, Job G., Barten S., Isaac E., Malinda H., Jennie S., Unis L., Mary E. and John F. Job, Unis L. and Malinda H. are deceased. In 1846, Mr. Mann purchased forty acres of Government land, which he sold six years later, purchasing 160 acres near Kirby where he resided till 1872,when he located in the village three years, purchasing his present farm in 1874. He has been a resident of the county many years, and witnessed the shooting of the Indian murderer in the Sandusky bottom. He is a Republican; himself and family are members of the Church of God.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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