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Francis (Frank) Manley 1873-1954

Born: 28 Jul 1873 Scranton PA
Baptized: 29 Jul 1873 Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Became Saint Peter's Cathedral in 1884)
Sponsors: Martin Carry and Mary Maxwell
Married: Annie Walsh 09 Jun 1898
Residence: 707 Quincy Avenue, Dunmore PA
Died: June 8 1954 Atlanta GA

Parents:
John Manley
Mary Coleman

Children:
John 1900
Joseph 1901
Aloysius 1903

Obituary:
Scranton Times 9 Jun 1954
FRANK B. MANLEY DIES IN GEORGIA
Frank B. Manley, Atlanta, GA, a native of South Scranton and former Dunmore resident, died yesterday at the home of his son Aloysius, where he resided since he retired 12 years ago as proprietor of a Dunmore restaurant. A son of the late John and Mary Coleman Manley, he received his early education in the local public schools. While in Atlanta, Mr. Manley was a member of the Cathedral of Christ the King and its Holy Name Society. Other survivors are a sister, Miss Catherine Manley, Lackawanna, NY and a brother, Thomas A., this city. A mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 10 A.M. in Christ the King Cathedral. The body will then be brought to this city, arriving here Thursday afternoon at 1:50. It will be removed to the Durkin Funeral Home 238-40 Adams Ave., for a one-hour viewing. Burial will be in St. Catherine's cemetary, Moscow.

Funeral Notice:
Scranton Time 12 Jun 1954
FRANK B. MANLEY
Atlanta GA, former Dunmore restaurant owner, this morning from the Durkin Funeral Home 238-40 Adams Ave., with committal services in St. Catherine's Cemetary, Moscow, with Rev. Joseph M. McGowan, St. Catherine's Church, Moscow, officiating. Pallbearers: Al, Joseph, William, Peter J. and John Manley, and Frank Quinn, all nephews of the deceased. A mass of requiem was celebrated Wednesday morning at Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlanta, for Mr. Manley.