Henry Garnet Man was born on 2 October 1804 at Fort St. George, Presidency of Madras, India, the elder son of Peter Bruels and Catherine (Walch) Man and was baptized on 29 December 1804 at St. Mary, Fort St. George. Henry married Elizabeth Garrard on 27 October 1840 at St. Mark, Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey. Henry died on 4 November 1873 at 19 Derby Terrace, Derby Road, Croydon, Surrey, age 69, and he was buried at Queens Road Cemetery, Croydon. Elizabeth was born on 24 October in 1808 in India, the daughter of Colonel William Garrard and Martha Francis. She died on 3 September 1890.
Henry and Elizabeth belong to Generation Five. There was no issue.
[References: Henry's birth and baptism - FHL Film # 0506955; his marriage - copy of marriage certificate; his death - copy of death certificate; his burial - Col. A. M. Man's notes. Emily's death and burial from Col. A.M. Man's notes.]
Henry Garnet Man was Lieutenant Colonel 54th Regiment - Retired 1860. G. C. 1819 Royal Military College (Sandhurst). Capt. of Config 1854 - 60. See also testimonials written in support of his application as Governor for Whitecross Prison. Elizabeth has been found on the 1881 census as a widow at No. 203 Albert Terrace, Lambeth, Surrey living with with her cousin Elizabeth Sophia Man, the unmarried daughter of James Man. Henry's mother 'Aunt Peter' was shipwrecked off the Dassen Islands and she wrote a description of the adventure to her son.
Below the probate record: note that the order of Henry's name differs from other records.