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Loyalist Directory: John (son of Colonel Isaac Mann, Sr.) Mann (aka Man)

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Surname : Mann (aka Man)
Given name : John (son of Colonel Isaac Mann, Sr.)
Rank : Ensign (6th Senior) 
Where Resettled : New Carlisle, Pasbebiac, Baie des Chaleurs, Gaspe, Quebec 
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Source : See Watt's History and Master Roll of the KRRNY, pg. 254. 
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : King's Royal Regiment of New York. See pg. 254 of Watt's The History and Master Roll of the KRRNY. 
Enlistment Date : 1777-1781 Quartermaster of Jessup's Rangers. Enlisted.
24 Oct. 1783 KRRNY Commissary of Loyalists.
Date & Place of Birth : 1752. New York City, NY. 
Settled before war : Stillwater, N.Y. 
Date & Place of Death : 8 March, 1805, Quebec City 
Place of Burial : Quebec City, Lower Canada 
Wife Name : Elizabeth Pemberton (1756-1841) 
Children : Isaac Edward
John Johnson
James
Sarah
William
Biography : Discharged in 1785 as Quartermaster of Supplies at St. Johns (St. Jean) Quebec. He was a trained Advocate and practiced as a Lawyer in New York and at New Carlisle. He was also a Justice of the Peace and Magistrate. His wife was Elizabeth Pemberton. Their eldest son was named John Johnson Mann in honour of the esteemed Sir John Johnson. John MannN died at Quebec City on the 8th March 1805.
(See UELAC website)
Proven Descendants : Toronto 1999.03.05;
Toronto 2005.02.21;
Toronto 2005.12.29;
Military Info :  
Loyalist Genealogy :  
Family History :  
Family Genealogy : For a partial family genealogy, see FamilyTreeMaker
Other Info : Information provided by David Clark.
Reserved :