John Croskey Man was born on 17 Jul 1853 in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA a child of Robert Man and Eliza J Whitaker Man.
John C Mann was counted in the census on 15 Sep 1860 in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 5-year-old, male, white. Also in the home was; Robert Mann, Eliza J Mann, M E Mann, C M Mann, W W Mann, H C Mann, and Helen C Mann.
John C Man was counted in the census on 01 Jun 1870 in De Kalb, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 15-year-old, male, white. Also in the home was; Robert Man, Elira J Man, Catherine N Man, Henry C Man, and Helen C Man.
J C Man was counted in the census on 08 Jun 1880 in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 25-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home was his father, Robt Man; his mother, E J Man; and his siblings, H C Man and H C Man
He died on 05 Sep 1903 in Glenn Springs, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. He was buried in Camden, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA at Quaker Cemetery.
A CAMDEN MERCHANT
Death of Mr. J. C. Man at Glenn Springs – Highly Esteemed.
Special to The State.
Camden, Sept. 5. – Mr. J. C. Man, a prominent business man of this community, died at Glenn Springs on the morning of the 5th instant. Mr. Man was in the 46th year of his age and had been engaged in the mercantile business in Camden ever since his boyhood.
Frugal and industrious when young he soon became independent and at one time was among the wealthiest citizens of this city. Naturally, he was a man of high principles, being possessed of rugged honesty and noted for his fair dealings.
He had a big, open, generous heart and many are the deeds of kindness which will be recorded in his favor. Deservedly popular, he leaves a loving family and a host of friends to mourn his untimely end.
Funeral of Mr. J. C. Man.
Special to The State.
Camden, Sept. 7. – The remains of Mr. J. C. Man, who died at Glenn Springs were brought here by the early Sunday train over the Southern railway, and the long funeral procession proceeded directly from the station to the cemetery.
The deceased’s universal popularity and the many friends he had made in life was evidence by the unusually large attendance of people from the city and county who attended the funeral services.
The pall-bearers were: Messrs. R. A. McDowell, D. E. Hinson, H. L. Watkins, J. S. Lindsay, W. R. Hough and W. E. Arledge.
On December 13, 1959, John C Man was mentioned as the father in the death certificate of Lawrence Robert Man.
On November 17, 1965, John C Man was mentioned as the father in the death certificate of Cecil Collins Mann.