I have no connection to this family.Saw your query and did some searching.This is what I have found:
1910 United States Federal Census
about Hiram Mansell
Name: Hiram Mansell
Age in 1910: 55
Estimated birth year: abt 1855
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Georgia
Mother's Birth Place: Georgia
Spouse's name: Polly
Home in 1910: Justice Precinct 1, Llano, Texas
Marital Status: Married
Household Members: Name Age
Hiram Mansell 55, Head, marriage 1, married 36 yrs, b. Georgia, parents b. Georgia, laborer, odd jobs
Polly Mansell 60, wife, marriage 1, marrid 36 yrs, 7 children, 6 living in 1910
Liza Watts 32, marriage 1, married 11 yrs, 1 child, 1 living in 1910, b.Louisiana, parents b. Georgia, cook, Hotel
Henry Mansell 28, son, single, b. Louisana, laborer
Annie Casper 23, daughter, marriage 1, married 1 yr, 1 child, 1 child living 1910, b. Texas, chambermaid, Hotel
Milton Casper 26, son in law, b. Texas, cook, hotel
Elsie Casper 5/12,granddaughter
Louis Watts 9, grandson
Calumbus Mansell 21, son, b. Texas, farmer, general farm
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 1, Llano, Texas; Roll: T624_1574; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 176; Image: 619.
Ward, Warren P. [View Citation] [Table of Contents] [Page Numbers]
Ward's history of Coffee County : a story dealing with the past and present of Coffee County, beginning with the early settlers about the year 1800, discussing the Creek Indians and the pioneers, leading up to the creation of Coffee County in 1854, old families, old schools and churches, showing the conditions during the Civil War and ending up with the spirit of progress, which is evident in better schools, and a more intelligent civilization : showing that Coffee County in south Georgia is God's country and a good place to live in the year 1930.
Atlanta: Press of Foote & Davies Co., 1930, 369 pgs.
Hiram Mansil Jr. and Mary Arnold married April 18, 1874
Hiram Mansell fought in the Civil War for the Confederacy - 31st Georgia
This is all Icould find.Hope it helps.
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