Last name: Mann
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Hello, all! My Mann name is Scottish. Anyone in here related to Manns that settled in South Dakota after they made the big trip to America?
I live in Cambridgeshire , my family on my dad's side
Originate from Germany and I have ancestors from
The Germanic tribe the angles , but are also related to
The Robert Mann and William Man named above
We were told my Manns came from Munich to escape persecution. The first one who came was a silversmith. He came to Bradford, Yorkshire, and the family later moved to Mixenden near Halifax. My grandfather told us that all the Manns in Mixenden were related. I assume he made that point as there are other Manns in the area who are not related and who have been here longer. I have searched and searched to find any record of one who came from Germany, let alone Munich, but had no success. Does this ring any bells with anyone?
does anyone else hate it when people laugh at Ms. Mann
cher .v nee mann
Mann has many origins.German primarily.A page in the ph.book in Berlin. It is also Russian Jewish,Indian Pjabi,Chinese and a first name in Arabic for a boy.Michels belongs to 4 nations for example and can be Jewish as well.
My name is traced back to Hans Heinrich Mann born 1650/55 Mehlen, Germany. A "Grebe" who owned a "Meierei". (Some kind of farm). His descendants lived at Korbach. G. They were Lutherans. Around 1800 part went to Amsterdam, Holland. Also some went to VS and became Mormons. In Holland also live people with the name Mann who are jewish. And came from Germany.
Im an Australian "Mann" Great Great Granfather Johann Christian Mann emigrated from Prussia in 1846 - His hometown is now in Poland - so my line is German/Prussian/Polish
What a lot of Mann's we have here! I am fairly sure my Mann name is German although as far as I have traced back our routes lie in Britain spanning the south coast of England.
Hello, Always lots of interest in my family history an in tracing same we are rooted in Devon, England. I have family names an dates back to the early 16th century, mostly around Kenn, Devon. Noted some of the earlier variation of the name was"Man." Dave Mann
I have married into the Mann family and I am keen to get a crest / coat of arms for the family - can anyone let me know why there are so many to choose from (my maiden name only has one so never realised this problem!) there are three variations (so I can see) - three Goats, three Crowns or three lions on a shield with varying back ground colours red, white/black, yellow. - any suggestions or thought on this would be greatly appreciated.
The mann surname in ireland has developed in different ways.Historically most popular areas for it are in county limerick and county antrim,at opposite ends of the country from each other.The surname in Limerick is of irish origin and is believed to be a derivitive mahon and maughan,old irish names,however the mann name in antrim is of scottish origin
cher .v nee mann
Chinese migrants in Australia had that surname As well as Germans,Brits etc
this definition is nothing short of nonsense! Mann is not an English name, it has Scythian roots, It is a Scythian Jatt tribe of which are spread over all Europe, and Northern India. In the UK Jats or Jutes as the were called in England were heavily in the county of Kent which prior to England being united as a country was known and Jut land. And the people that lived herewere call Jutes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT YOU ARE SELLING ISA UTTER NONESENSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!