Rev. Seth I. Manes
Susan Patsy Fields
(Abt 1763-Abt 1853)
Thomas Lawson
(Abt 1760-)
George R. Manes
(Abt 1785-After 1860)
Malinda B. Lawson
(Abt 1787-1864)
Rev. Clabourn Lafayette Manes


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1. Sarah Sampley

Rev. Clabourn Lafayette Manes 1 2 3

  • Born: 20 Nov 1814, Rhea, Tennessee, United States
  • Marriage (1): Sarah Sampley on 13 Oct 1838 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States
  • Died: 21 Oct 1884, Snowball, Searcy, Arkansas, United States at age 69
  • Buried: Whisenant Cemetery, Snowball, Searcy, Arkansas, United States

   Other names for Clabourn were Rev. Claiborn Lafayette Manes, Rev. Claibourn Lafayette Manes and Claiburn Lafayette Manes.

  Research Notes:

Per Descendants of John Maness, he was a member of "The Peace Society" during the Civil War.

Blue Eyes and Fair Complected
Black Hair

Clabourn enlisted in Bradley Co. TN. He & Sarah and family
lived in 1) Bradley Co. TN, 2) DeKalb Co. AL, 3) back to Bradley
Co. TN, 4) Seary Co. AR, 5) Washington Co., AR, 6) Scott Co. AR,
7)back to Searcy Co, 8)Cedar Co. MO (this is confirmed by
pension records of Frederick Wm Carsten, 2nd husband of daughter
Neoma/Naomi Manes), 9)back to Searcy Co. AR, 10) Tney Co., MO
11) Boone Co. AR, 12)Cook Co., TX, 13) Madison Co., AR, finally
14) returning to Searcy Co. AR( no dates yet but have other
correlating evidence to support a lot of these moves).
Note: Photo of tombstone in my file. Note: Came to this part of the country on the Trail of Tears. Note:
born November 20, 1814 in Rhea Co., Tennessee, and died August
21, 1884 in Searcy Co., Arkansas. He married SARAH SAMPLE Abt.
1838 in Bradley Co., Tennessee. She was born July 15, 1824, and
died June 11, 1895 in Searcy Co., Arkansas.
Note: More About CLAIBOURN LAFAYETTE MANES: Note: Burial: Buried in Whisenhant Cemetery, Snowball, Searcy Co., AR Note: Fact 1: Bet. 1849 - 1852, Came to Arkansas in this period
Fact 2: Owned 80 Acres in Searcy Co., Sec 32, Twp 16N, Rng 17W,
Mar. 20, 1877.

Fact 3: Owned 40 Acres in Logan Co., Sec 10, Twp 5N, Rng 27W
Sept. 1, 1860. 2 1 3 5

Military: Clabourn served as a Private in Capt. Elliott's Co. Tenn. Vols.,
Chaerokee Dist. from 01 Nov 1837 to May 9, 1838 (Wido3w's
Pension #268 filed Aug 24, 1892) witnessed by E. L. Phelps, J.
W. Rogers of St. Joe, AR. Affidavit of Sarah
Manes dated 17 Aug 1893, she stated "that to the best of her knowledge her husband spelled his first name CLABOURN"

  Birth Notes: has b. 20 Nov 1814 in Hawkins Co. has b. same date in Rhea Co.

  Death Notes: has d. 21 Nov. 1884. FindaGrave has 21 Oct 1884.

  Burial Notes:

  Noted events in his life were:

Enlisted: in Tennessee Volunteers, 1 Nov 1837, Bradley, Tennessee, United States.

Served: as a Private in Tennessee Volunteers, Cherokee District, 1 Nov 1837-9 May 1838. Captain Elliott's company.
(Widow's Pension #268 filed Aug 24, 1892, witnessed by E. L. Phelps, J.
W. Rogers of St. Joe, AR.)

Moved: from Tennessee to Arkansas on the Trail of Tears, Between 1849 and 1852.

Owned: 40 acres, Sec 10, Twp 5N, Rng 27W, 1 Sep 1860, Logan, Arkansas, United States.

Owned: 80 acres, Sec 32, Twp 16N, Rng 17W, 20 Mar 1877, Searcy, Arkansas, United States.

Census: Subdivsion 26, Page 237-A, Dwelling 1394, 22 Nov 1850, Bradley, Tennessee, United States.

Clabourn married Sarah Sampley on 13 Oct 1838 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States. (Sarah Sampley was born on 15 Jul 1824 in Tennessee, United States, died on 11 Jun 1895 in Snowball, Searcy, Arkansas, United States and was buried in Whisenant Cemetery, Snowball, Searcy, Arkansas, United States 4.)



2 <Loyd, Linda D.>, Descendants of John Maness (, 21.ix. & 70.

3, Find A Grave Memorial # 34693135.

4, Find A Grave Memorial# 65161397.

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