Reynolds County Biographies
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Mrs... Martha Ann Duncan, widow of Andrew A. Duncan, a prominent farmer of
Wayne County, MO.., was born in Reynolds County, Mo... in 1844. Her parents,
Arnold and Lucinda (Biggers) Mann, were born in Missouri; the former died in
1872, and the latter when Mrs... Duncan was little girl; twelve or their
thirteen children were reared to maturity. The father's second wife was
Thirza Blackwell, and to them were born two children: the mother is dead.
Mrs... Duncan was married to Andrew Duncan, who was born May 22 1835, and
their union resulted in the birth of ten children, nine living; Andrew J.,
Lucinda J. (Bennett), Mariah I. (Wallace), Lee P., Margaret C. (Sheets),
John, Robert H., George T. and Andrew L. The father died on the 20th of July
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Clark Mann, a native of Reynolds County Mo.., was born in 1841, and is a son
of Arnold and Lucinda (Biggers) Mann, both of whom were born in Tennessee,
and were early residents of Reynolds County, Mo. The father and grandfather
died in Reynolds County, the former in 1869. He was one of twelve children,
and his own family consisted of thirteen, only five of whom are now living:
Isaac, Clark, Phoebe D. (Madkins), Lucinda (Baily), and Martha A. (Duncan).
He has only one child by his second wife, named Theodocia (Harrison). His
first wife died about 1851. Clark Mann grew to manhood in Reynolds County,
and during the Rebellion served in the State Militia, and was honorable
discharged in the spring of 1865. He returned home and followed farming in
his native county until 1880, when he located on his present farm of 100
acres. In 1859 he married Jane Copeland, who died in 1877, having born eight
children: Adolphus, Amy Ann, Thomas, Mary Alice, Carter, Lizzie, Mary and
Lucinda, who died in childhood. Mr... Mann's second wife was Missouri
(McFadden) Wallace, widow of Wiley Wallace, who was killed in 1877. Mrs..
Mann was born in 1843, and married Mr.. Mann in 1880. Her parents were born
in Missouri,and the father died in 1877, and the mother in 1849.
This was submitted by: Darla Hopper
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