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51 1 INFO NM 31 Burr, Edwin Manross I (I359)
 
52 1 INFO NM 31 Goodman, Majorie (I363)
 
53 1 INFO NM 32


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Burr, Edwin Manross II (I364)
 
54 1 INFO NM 33


Charlotte educated Williston Seminary, E. Hampton, MA - graduated 1846 
Norton, Charlotte E. (I315)
 
55 1 INFO NM 33 Manross, Charles Hayden (I307)
 
56 1 INFO NM 34 Manross, Edward Arthur (I341)
 
57 1 INFO NM 34 Platt, Laura Maria (I343)
 
58 1 INFO NM 35 Manross, Newton Cook (I345)
 
59 1 INFO NM 35 Goodsell, Bertha F. (I349)
 
60 1 INFO NM 36 Chapman, Charles L. (I632)
 
61 1 INFO NM 37


Eli is a third cousin to Gertrude
Wounded at Chancellorsville
Champion bowler and expert fisherman 
Manross, Eli (I308)
 
62 1 INFO NM 37 Manross, Gertrude Camilia Altisidora Dequiones (I317)
 
63 1 INFO NM 38


5th Regiment, Maryland State Militia - 13 years
Sergeant - Maryland State 1st Militia - 6 years
Deacon at the Church of Good Shepard, Onondago Castle, NY 
Manross, William Doane (I369)
 
64 1 INFO NM 38 Wilson, Martha Elizabeth (I371)
 
65 1 INFO NM 39 Manross, William Wilson (I385)
 
66 1 INFO NM 4 Yale, Sybil (I218)
 
67 1 INFO NM 4 Bunnell, Titus (I222)
 
68 1 INFO NM 40


Graduated Baltimore High School and the New England Conservatory of Music 
Manross, Maud Camille (I370)
 
69 1 INFO NM 40 Bunce, William North (I373)
 
70 1 INFO NM 41


Member Company B, 2nd Conn. Reg., Heavy Artillery CV in the Civil War -disabled at Cold Harbor, MD.

John suffered a severe head injury when a berth in the barracks fell uponhim and several other men. After several searches and exposer, hardduty, John contracted consumption and due to a extremely high fever hebecame insane. He died in Knight Hospital, New Haven, CT

Famous hunter and ballplayer 
Manross, John (I309)
 
71 1 INFO NM 41 Gale, Lena (I318)
 
72 1 INFO NM 42


Champion ballplayer and fisherman 
Manross, Henry (I310)
 
73 1 INFO NM 43


Owner F.N. Manross and Sons Associated Spring Corporation
Selectman in 1896 - served four years
General Assembly 1900
Mason and Odd Fellow
Charter member of the Welch Fire Company
From an article " Builders of Bristol - Frederick N. Manross "
Pioneered in manufacturing, conservation, photography, and sportsmanship.
Frederick enjoyed an interest in wildlife. About 1910,he established agame preserve on his property. From an article in "Country Life inAmerica Magazine" of May, 1911 describes his experiment that preventedthe extinction of the ruffed grouse, a favorite game bird.

F.N. Manross & Sons Division, Associated Spring Corporation by ErnestAndrew and A.N. Manross 
Manross, Frederick Newton (I355)
 
74 1 INFO NM 44


West Point graduate, 1st Calvary, US Army 
Manross, Arthur Newton (I382)
 
75 1 INFO NM 44a Manross, Robert Hayden (I381)
 
76 1 INFO NM 44a Hart, Grace V. (I637)
 
77 1 INFO NM 44a Manross, Robert Hayden (I659)
 
78 1 INFO NM 45


Graduate Connecticut College for Woman
Regent of the Katherine Gaylord Chapter, DAR 
Douglass, Elizabeth (I387)
 
79 1 INFO NM 45


Graduate of Bristol High School
Graduate of West Point Military Academy
Served with the Calvary on the Mexican boarder. During WWII, served atthe Calvary Replacement Training Center and on the board at Fort Riley,Kansas. With the 1st Calvary Division in the occupation of Japan. 
Manross, Frederick Tuttle (I386)
 
80 1 INFO NM 46 Manross, Bishop (I203)
 
81 1 INFO NM 46 Gridley, Mercy (I210)
 
82 1 INFO NM 47


Record of Service of CT:
Revolutionary War --- 1775 - 1783
War of 1812
Mexican War


Index to the Revolutionary War:
Page 203 - Theodore Manross, enlisted July 1, 1780 discharged December 2,1780 in 5th Regiment, Col. P.B. Bradley
Page 236 - Theodore Manrose, enlisted April 22, 1777 discharged January1, 1778, Conn. Line, Matlocks Continental 8th Reg., Col. John Chandler -April 1777 to January 1, 1778
Fought at Germantown February 4, 1777
Wintered at Valley Forge 1777/78
Fought at Monmouth June 28, 1978
Wintered 1780/81 at Camp Connecticut Village
In the Voice of Bristol (Continental Centennial Record) June 17, 1885 onpage 108 was a list of Revolutionary Soldiers from Bristol - named areTheodore Manross and Elijah Manross (cousins)

Builder of Farmington meeting house
Moved to NY in 1788 
Manross, Theodore (I391)
 
83 1 INFO NM 47 White, Martha (I393)
 
84 1 INFO NM 48 Manross, Sarah (I397)
 
85 1 INFO NM 48 Lambert, William (I407)
 
86 1 INFO NM 49 Lambert, William H. (I412)
 
87 1 INFO NM 49 Kelly, Jane Georgina (I414)
 
88 1 INFO NM 4a Manross, Ruth (I205)
 
89 1 INFO NM 4a Mix, Thomas (I211)
 
90 1 INFO NM 5 Mix, Martha (I248)
 
91 1 INFO NM 5 Francis, Jacob (I253)
 
92 1 INFO NM 50


Was an Attorney-At-Law and a surveyor for the State of Michigan -admitted to the bar Denton, MD
Killed by a passinger train 
Manross, John (I398)
 
93 1 INFO NM 50


Was an Attorney-At-Law and a surveyor for the State of Michigan -admitted to the bar Denton, MD
Killed by a passinger train 
Manross, John (I661)
 
94 1 INFO NM 50 Wooters, Mary (I406)
 
95 1 INFO NM 51 Manross, Eli (I400)
 
96 1 INFO NM 51 (Manross), Anna (I405)
 
97 1 INFO NM 52


Samuel started for Farmington Center supposedly killed or captured by theMohawk Indians

Baptised May 13, 1722 
Manross, Samuel (I204)
 
98 1 INFO NM 53


Baptized November 12, 1753
Timothy moved to NY 
Manross, Timothy (I427)
 
99 1 INFO NM 53


Royal Descent 
Drake, Hephzibah (I428)
 
100 1 INFO NM 54 Manross, Hepsibal (I432)
 

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