Manning


Manning

Manning (aka Mannion, Manning) is a family name.

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Origin and meaning

Ó Mannin (anglicized Mannion) is the name of a Galway family who were formerly chiefs of Soghain (in what is now Ireland), a district nearly co-extensive with the barony of Tiaquin. Ó Mannin, King of Soghain, is mentioned in the Chronicon Scotorum in the year 1135, and a latter chief died at the Second Battle of Athenry in 1316.

They continued to form a distinct clan down to the time of James I of England. The chief resided at Menlough Castle, in the parish of Killascobe, Galway. In 1617, Aedh Ó Mannin (Hugh O'Mannin) surrendered his estates, but a small portion of it was restored under the Act of Settlement in 1676 where the name is still common in Galway and Roscommon, and has spread into other parts of Ireland.[1]

People

Sports

  • Archie Manning (born 1949), American football player
  • Danieal Manning (born 1982), American football player
  • Danny Manning (born 1966), former National Basketball Association player
  • Darren Manning (born 1975), English racecar driver
  • Ed Manning (born 1943), retired American professional basketball player
  • Eli Manning (born 1981), American football player, son of Archie Manning
  • Jack Manning (1853–1929), American baseball player
  • Jim Manning (1862–1929), American Baseball player
  • Peyton Manning (born 1976), American football player, son of Archie Manning
  • Phil Manning (footballer) (1906–1930), Australian rules footballer
  • Rick Manning (born 1954), American baseball player
  • Ricky Manning, Jr. (born 1980), American football player
  • Rube Manning (1883–1930), American baseball player
  • Scott Manning (1958–2006), football player and plane pilot

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References

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