John Jackson Mancill

Birth: 1823
Sumter
Sumter County
South Carolina, USA
Death: 1859
Red Level
Covington County
Alabama, USA 

Married Annie Lyles in Covington County, Alabama.
John and Annie had children: John E, Calvin, James D, Edmund “Ed”, and Aaron Mancill, there may be others, but I haven’t found any record of it yet.
Resided Red Level, Covington County, Alabama, according to the 1850 Census, and John was a Farmer.
NOTE: A second stone located at the head of the graves of John J & Annie Mancill reads: John J. Mancil memorial 1823-1861, however, it is obvious that the earlier marker with the death date of 1859 is correct as wife Annie/Anna appears on the 1860 census widowed with small children.
John Jackson Mancill did pass away in 1859 in Red Level, Covington County, Alabama. The 1861 date is incorrect.Family links:
Parents:
Edward G Mancill (1793 – 1873)
Nancy Ann Ward Mancill (1795 – 1878)Spouse:
Annie Lyles Mancill (1826 – 1899)*Children:
Calvin Mancill (1840 – 1858)*
John Edward Mancill (1849 – 1918)*
Edmond Mancill (1854 – 1941)*
Aaron Mancill (1858 – 1941)*

James D. Mancill 

 
Burial:
Mancill Cemetery
Red Level (Covington County)
Covington County
Alabama, USA 
 
 
Maintained by: TEXAS TUDORS
Originally Created by: Lisa R. Franklin
Record added: May 12, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26768185
John Jackson Mancill
Added by: TEXAS TUDORS
 
John Jackson Mancill
1850 Covington County, Alabama Census
 
 
 
 
A second stone located at the head of the graves of John J & Annie Mancill reads: John J. Mancil memorial 1823-1861, however, it is obvious that the earlier marker with the death date of 1859 is correct as wife Annie/Anna appears on the 1860 census widowed with small children.
– Lisa R. Franklin
Added: Jun. 4, 2012
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