It is a little difficult to know what info you do have, and the following might be already in your files. I do know that Julius and Theodore Maner were both members of Terry's Texas Rangers in the CSA. Edwin and R. R. Maner were living next door to each other in San Saba, Texas in 1860. Edwin was an attorney and R. R. was a stock raiser at that time.
Data on brother Julis Maner:
From " Our Trust is in the God of Battles" By Robert Franklin Bunting, Thomas W. Cutrer
Robert Franklin Bunting was a Princeton-educated chaplain who served in the Confederate 8th Texas Cavalry, popularly known as Terry's Texas Rangers, which saw combat at Shiloh, Murfreesboro, and Chickamauga. The manuscript...
Published by Univ. of Tennessee Press
Julius "Jule" W. Maner, of Brazoria County, the original third corporal of Compnay B, was severely wounded in the thigh in action at Newnan, Georgia, 29 July 1864
Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Texas
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Co. B. 8.
April 17, 1901
Aged 61 yrs. people Information:
Full Name: JuleManer
Location: Section:Confederate Field, Section 2 (D)
Reason for Eligibility: CONFEDERATE VETERAN
Birth Date: 1840
Confederate Home Roster Information:
Birth Place: Georgia
Marital Status: Single
Came To Texas: 1847
Residence: Brazoria Co., Texas
Admitted To Home: March 27, 1896
Disability: Rheumatism and wounds
Brigade: Terry's Rangers
Regiment: 8th Texas Cav.
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Brother Benjamin Maner was in Colorado County, Texas
Colorado County, Texas Obituaries
Maner, Benjamin M.
Mr. Ben. M. Maner died of malarial fever at his residence three miles south of town on the 21st day of December 1890. Deceased was born near Tallahasse[sic], Fla., March 4, 1844; removed with the family to Galveston in 1847; and in a few years thereafter came to Colorado county, where he has since resided. His remains were committed to earth in the Carlton graveyard on the 22d inst. in the presence of sorrowing relatives and friends. To the bereaved wife and children we tender sincere condolence.
Colorado Citizen, January 15, 1891, page 3
Colorado County Cemeteries
Location: about two tenths of a mile northeast from the point, about three tenths of a mile from Highway 71, where County Road 101 turns to the southeast, but on private property and thus inaccessible to public traffic
Universal Transverse Mercator coordinates: 14, 740806E, 3283548N (NAD83/WGS84)
Earliest known year of death: 1869
Racial mix: whites and blacks
Comments: Those with surnames Maner, Perry, and Jamison were white, those named Davis, Bratcher, Thompson, and Glover were black.
Surveyed by Nancy Wooten, Bernice Etheridge, Celia Perry, and Bill Stein on February 23, 1990
Number of known burials to date: 11
Maner, Benjamin M.; born: Mar 4, 1844; died: Dec 21, 1890;
Maner, Elinor; born: May 14, 1841; died: Nov 2, 1899;
Née Bennett, married G.T. Jamison, Nov 27, 1860, married Benjamin M. Maner in 1874