www.childers-shepherd.org, 14 Sep 2007

                                                   
Martin B. Maney        
                                             1752  - 1830   
             

"Martin B. Maney Senior born in Dublin, Ireland."
-- John Jackson Maney (his grandson) in answering a question, about the birthplace of his grandfather, in his 1907
Guion Miller Application to the Bureau of Indian Affairs for per capita distribution to the Eastern Cherokees.

See Milus B. Maney's website at http://keziahvannmaney.uncst.com (John Jackson Maney,
entry #14425).
                   
"Martin Maney was born on a small farm in 1752 probably near the village of Temple Udigan in
Wexford County, Ireland. . . .
"On page 3 of the Martin Maney book is a copy of the Spotsylvania County, VA. Records for the
Minute Book 1774-1782 on which records Fielding Lewis' entry that he 'came into Court and made
oath that in October 1769 he imported into this State eighty two indented servants from Ireland on
the Brigg Fanny by Captain Richard Taylor . . . .' Martin is found as the first name on line fifteen of
that record. In researching who Fielding Lewis was I discovered him as being the brother-in-law to
Commanding General George Washington."
-- Milus B. Maney, Martin Maney 1752-1830 A Revolutionary War Soldier and Related Families (citing Frederick Adam
Virkus,
The Compendium of American Genealogy, Institute of American Genealogy, 440 South Dearborn Street,
Chicago, IL, 1933). See Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, published quarterly by the Virginia Genealogical Society,
"Some Importations Registered in the Spotsylvania County Minute Book" contributed by Richard Slatten, Volume 26,
February 1988, Number 1, page 62. The original Spotsylvania Court document also may be found on microfilm in Salt
Lake by ordering the microfilm through your local LDS Family Research Center.

Sources:  Margie Silver, Milus B. Maney,  Juanita Maney Ashby, and Ancestry.Com's OneWorldTree.

Biographical Note, by a Descendant