Manor is a city in Travis County, Texas, United States.The population was 5,037 at the 2010 census.
Manor was named for James B. Manor, who settled on Gilleland Creek west of present-day downtown Manor.In late 1871 as the Houston and Texas Central Railway constructed the first railroad link to the Texas capital, James Manor made a donation of right-of-way which brought the line through what is now the town. The inaugural train arrived in Austin on Christmas Day 1871. The following year the community of Manor was laid out and named. It was incorporated as a town in March 1913 and converted to a general law city in 1921 with expectations of continued growth.