Mann, John

Battle:Battle of Worcester in Worcester, Worcestershire, England
Ship/Arrival:John & Sara, May 1652
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Published on: 28 June 2016
Updated: 10 April 2018

170. Daniel Mann
171. John Mann
172. Patrick Mann

Descendants and Researchers:
Michael Moores LeBlanc: , Direct Descendant
Roland Vardon: , Descendant & Researcher
Teresa (Hamilton/Pepper) Rust: , Researcher

Black, George Fraser, 1866-1948. The Surnames of Scotland, Their Origin Meaning and History, (New York : New York Public Library & Readex Books, 1962), First published in 1946.

First Generation in the New World


Biographical Notes:
The only thing that should be added is that ‘Jan Man/Men’ from Rhode Island, was the son of John, the Scots Pow – as far as I presently know (ca 90% sure). ~ Michael LeBlanc
“John Man aka ‘Jan Man from Rode Island’ settled in Rhode Island. His two sons married into prominent old ‘New Amsterdam’ Dutch Families, the Van Deursens. I am desperate to learn more about any of this fraternal trio. While I know very little about John & his brothers, my information on the succeeding generations of John children is very well in hand. They turned into a fascinating colonial family – coopers & privateers during the F&I War, Fervrent Loyalist in the Rev War expelled to Canada, WI & WWII veterans . . . and finally down to the present day in my family (myself & sons) who serve in the British Crown Forces in Rev War re-enactments. As I am unsure my first submission of information was received, here is again.
Michael Moores LeBlanc


Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700. (Online database. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015.