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Charles Wellington Mann

   Charles Wellington Mann was born July 9, 1848, in Newaga county, New York, and departed this life January 9, 1927, at the age of 78 years. He moved to Pinkney, Livingston county, Michigan, with his parents when a small child, and later moved to Webberville, Ingham county. At the age of 14 years he enlisted in the 5th Michigan Infantry Co. G, Light Artillary, and served the full duration of the Civil war. He was severly wounded at the battle of Gettysburg, January 25, 1868. At Locke, Michigan, he was united in marriage to Lydia J. Rice of Parma, Jackson county. There were eight children born to this union, five of whom are still living; George W. Mann, Culver, Ind.; Mrs. Clark Chamberlain, Williamston, Mich., Jasper E. Mann, Rhodes, Mich., Mrs. Milo Wright, Lum, Mich., and Mrs. Dan McCalla, Cleveland, Ohio. He is also survived by his brother, Gene Mann of Sterling, Mich., and sister, Mrs. Ed Smith of Webberville, Mich. 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. He has been a resident of Rhodes, Gladwin county, for 28 years, occupying the same farm until his death. The funeral services were held from the home Wednesday noon, January 12, Rev. A. J. Preston officiating. Interment in Rhodes cemetery.
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Rhodes, MI
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Gladwin County Record
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January 2005
Tom Ladner
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