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Research by Kay Collins, 2021
Mr Alfred Andrew Manning

A A Manning
Photo from 100 years of the Baptist Sunday School.

Mr Alfred Andrew Manning married Martha Bates, the daughter of John Bates of Upper Dean BDF, at the Old Baptist Church in Rushden, on 12th April 1845.

He was aged 27 when the 1841 census was taken, and was at 61 Little Street. He was one of the Sunday School teachers at the Baptist Church.

61 Little Street - corner of Harborough Road

Harborough Road, formerly Harborough Park was, in the 19th Century, owned and farmed by the Manning family. One of the oldest buildings to survive in Rushden.

Alfred Manning was the last of the family, and he sold the 107 acre farm and moved from the Farm House at 61 Litt1e Street, to Olney, in 1887.

With a few terraced houses, this street, behind the Farm House is named after him.
Manning Street and footpath to Barrington Road

The Death is announced of Miss Deborah Manning, of Olney, aged 78, daughter of Mr. Alfred Manning, farmer, a former superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school at Rushden.

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