Name: Nathaniel HUNN 1
Nathan Manlove lived at least until 1784, when his name appears in papers relating to the probate of his uncle Ebenezer's estate. In a deed of 1762, Nathan bought land in Mispillion Hundred from Benjamin Brown. He sold land to Booth Waitman in 1768. Reference is made to a Nathan in military records. He was a Fifer in Richard Dalliner's company during the War for Independence. It is not know if Nathan left any offspring, but the name recurs in Kent County tax lists from about 1810 to 1820.
- Text: Date of Import: Jun 29, 2000