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Topic: Sarver / McManmie genealogy
Posted by: Rolfe Jaremus
Date/Time: 1/28/2014 10:25:48 AM
My wife is the great granddaughter of Mary Sarver and Isaac McManmie. We have quite a bit of genealogy records that we compiled during the 1970's, primarily from a woman who lived in Herrick that was a cousin I believe of William Burrow, my wife's father, who was born in Herrick. The question that I have pertains to the GENEALOGY OF THE PIONEERS - FRAILEY, BURRUS, BECK, SARVER lineage. At the very end of the document is mentioned that Isaac McManmie was a stepson of Jack Warren, who lived in Missouri in 1864-64. My records show that Isaac was born, 28 Apr, 1843 in Arkansas (possibly Little Rock). He was born to Hiram McManmie and Effie --- . Hiram was born in Kentucky in Barbourville, Ky in 1802. We have census information from I believe the 1850 census. Also, Isaac enlisted in the Civil War as a confederate soldier in 1861. I am wondering where the information came from that he was a stepson to Jack Warren?
  

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Sarver / McManmie genealogy1/28/2014 10:25:48 AMRolfe Jaremus