Lawrence Mangnall was born in 1795 and christened on 9th August 1795, probably in Westhoughton. He was the son of William Mangnall (1762) and Ann Harrison. In 1820 he was cited in the Lancashire County Quarter Sessions with a Thomas Harrison, for a prosecution. He married a woman called Immin around 1821. In 1841 he was living in Dobb Brow, Deane - later Westhoughton - and working as a cotton weaver. He was described as a weaver in 1841 and died in Westhoughton in 1846.
Spouse: Immin [Unknown]
Children: Peter (1822), Thomas (1825), Abel (1828), Hannah (1831), Immin (1838)