Martha M Knox

(1838-)
FatherLeverett Knox (1805-)
MotherLaura Parks (1806-before 1880)
Martha M Knox, daughter of Leverett Knox and Laura Parks, was born in MassachusettsG on 7 October 1838.1 She married in Pittsfield, Berkshire County, MassachusettsG, on 4 May 1858, Franklin J Mann.1
     In 1880 Martha was living in Blandford, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, in the household of her husband Frank Mann, a farmer, aged 43 and born in Massachusetts, and was recorded in the census as Martha M Mann, aged 41 and born in Massachusetts. Living with them were their children, Frank H, aged 16, and Laura E, aged 14. Also in the household was an unmarried female school teacher.2

Children of Martha M Knox and Franklin J Mann

Sackett line7th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Nathaniel Foote, William Knox of Blandford, Mass.: a record of the births, marriages and deaths of some of his descendants, unknown publisher, Rochester, N.Y. (1926), p 125, "Martha M. Knox, [d. Leverett Knox & Laura Parks] b. Oct. 7, 1838; m. Franklin J. Mann. [Children:] (1) Franklin Mann. (2) Laura E. Mann, m. Lee W. Higgins."
  2. 1880 US census, database, LDS, FamilySearch, FHL 1254534, NA T9-0534:35A
    Blandford, Hampden, Massachusetts
    Frank J. Mann, self, married, 43, b. MA, farmer, father b. MA, mother b. CT
    Martha M. Mann, wife, 41, b. MA, keeping house, father b. MA, mother b. MA
    Frank H. Mann, son, single, 16, b. MA, at home, father b. MA, mother b. MA
    Laura E. Mann, dau, 14, b. MA, at school, father b. MA, mother b. MA
    Ida Pixley, other, single, 20, b. MA, teaching school, father b. [blank, mother b. [blank]
Generation.Tree8P.3a
Last Edited8 June 2008
 

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