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Anthony Manley 1863

Born: 31 Jul 1863, Scranton PA
Baptized: 2 Aug 1863 St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Became Saint Peter's Cathedral in 1884)
Sponsors: Patrick Devitt and Mary Roach
Married: ~1898
Wife: Margaret ~1865-1933
Died: 25 Jan 1929, Philadelphia PA
Burial: Odd Fellows Cemetery, Philadelphia PA

John Manley
Mary Coleman


1880: Lives with parents on Prospect St. Scranton PA Works in Steel Mill (Census)

1886: 902 Prospect Ave (Scranton City Directory)

1898: 540 Beech St. (Scranton City Directory)

1900: 926 N. 11th St. Philadelphia, Occupation Physician? Wife, Margaret, emigrated from Germany in 1876 (Census)

1910: 824 N. 8th St. Philadelphia, Occupation Locomotive Machinist (Census)

1929: 452 N. 6th St. Philadelphia, Last Occupation Street Sweeper (Death Certificate)

1930: Maggie Manley, 452 N. 6th St. Philadelphia Lodger b. Germany 1860 (Census)

1933: 24 Sep. Margaret died. (Cemetery Record)

Anthony Manley and his wife, Margaret, were buried separately in Philadelphia's Odd Fellows Cemetery, which was established March 24, 1849 at 23rd and Diamond Streets. They were both buried in "Company" graves, which were unmarked and given to the less fortunate. In 1951, the cemetery was acquired by the City of Philadelphia in order to build the Raymond Rosen Housing Development. Some of the graves were moved to the Memorial Park section of Lawnview Cemetery, in Rockledge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Anthony and Margaret were reinterred in the Mount Peace Cemetery, which is located at 3111 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia, PA.