OriginJames and Jane Manning were married in Dartmouth in Devon in 1809. Between James, his son James junior, and James junior's daughter Anna, three generations held a stall in the Meat Market for nearly 80 years.
- James Luscombe MANNING ( 1809- ~1875 ) m Maria
- Anna Maria MANNING ( 1833 - ? ) m. James Northover DRAPER ( 1801 - 1885 )
- Julianna Luscombe MANNING ( 1810 - 1810 )
- Mary Paige MANNING ( 1816 - ? )
(people in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- In 1820, James MANNING was one of 33 Guernsey butchers who signed a petition to the Privy Council, urging them to approve the construction of the new market building.
- James MANNING held stall 10 in the Town Market in 1826 and 1833.
- By 1839, he held stall 34, and in 1874 he held stall 32.
- In 1841, the family were living at Amherst House, St Peter Port.
- By 1851, they were living at Clifton House in St Peter Port.
- By 1861, they were living at 14 St Johns Street, where they were still living in 1874.
- In 1830, James Manning, butcher of Guernsey, was recorded as a Passenger of the Ivanhoe, arriving in St Peter Port from Jersey.