Generation C consists of only one 'Man' at the present time, namely, Jonas Man (1596 - 1661/2), born in Hambleden, Buckinghamshire. At this time his parents are unknown since his baptismal record does not give the name of his father (the name of the mother was not customarily given in those days); thus his siblings are unknown too. Though the parish records for Hambleden start in 1566, a marriage record that could be construed as being that of Jonas's parents has not been found. A search of records in the parishes surrounding Hambleden is in progress.
For details on the search for the baptism of Jonas Man click here. (<-- This file is in PDF)
The map right is of the county of Buckinghamshire and the red dot is the village of Hambleden.
Hambleden, Hamleden, Hamelden, or Hambleton, is bounded, on the North, by Fingest and Marlow; on the East, by Medmenham; on the South, by the Thames; and on the West, by Fawley. The parish, is five miles in length and four in breadth; containing about 7000 acres, of which 5500 are arable and pasture, 1200 woodland, 150 common or waste. Mr. Langley says, that in 1796, there were thirty farms, 154 cottages, and about 970 inhabitants. The land-tax assessment was 511 l. 12s. 8d." [The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham, by George Lipscomb, 1847]
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