Warren Reader Mann (1850 - 1924)
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Warren Reader Mann (1850 - 1924) was born on March 9, 1850 in Stockton, Cedar County, Missouri. He was born into the Mann family.
He was born to Charles Mann and Louisa Williams, and had 4 siblings: Charles Alec Mann, Newton Bender Mann, Mary Ellen Mann, Elizabeth N. 'Hetta' Mann. Warren married Sarah Catherine Price and had 12 children together: Elizabeth Mann, Vanna Sarah Mann, Cora Price Mann, Edward Mann, Paul John Mann, Emery E. Mann, Pearl May Mann, Walter Samuel Mann, William Clyde Mann, Moses Andrew Mann, Hettie Ruth Mann, and Eva Viola Mann. He died on April 23, 1924 in Montevallo, Vernon County, Missouri at 74 years old.
He was buried in Virgil City Cemetery, Virgil, Vernon County, MO.
Warren Reader Mann's last known residence is at Rural Montevallo, Montevallo, Vernon County, Missouri.
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- Rural Montevallo, Montevallo, Vernon County, Missouri
Stockton, Cedar County, Missouri
Montevallo, Vernon County, Missouri
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Virgil City Cemetery,
Virgil, Vernon County, MO
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