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Mary Manley 1869-1939

Born: 01 Jun 1869, Scranton PA
Baptized: 04 Jun 1869 Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Became Saint Peter's Cathedral in 1884)
Sponsors: James Manley, Mary Hughes
Died: 19 Aug 1939, Lackawanna NY
Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Lackawanna NY

Married: Henry Joynt
Born: 1867, Scranton PA
Died: 07 Oct 1943 Lackawanna NY
Burial: Holy Cross Cemetary, Lackawanna NY

John Manley
Mary Coleman

Arthur 1890
Aloyisius 1893
John 1895
Leo 1896
Stanley 1900
Joseph (Joey) 1903-1979
Henry 1904
Victoria 1907
Dolores 1910

Henry Joynt was the son of Thomas and Bridget Joynt of Scranton. According to the 1880 census, Henry worked in the steel mill at the age of 13. It is assumed that the Joynts moved to Lackawanna NY, when the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company relocated there in 1903. The Joynts operated a restaurant at one time.

1900 Residence: 902 Prospect Avenue, Scranton PA

Residence in every census after 1900: 1463 South Park Avenue, Lackawanna NY

1910: Henry's occupation: Barber
Son Arthur's occupation: Steel Mill

1920: Henry is still a Barber. Sons John, Stanley, and Henry all work in the steel mill.

1930: Henry is still alive, but not mentioned on the census. Mary is listed as the head of household. Son John is a restaurant proprietor. Son Stanley is a railroad detective.

Mary L Joynt (nee Manley) in Lackawanna, NY August 19, 1939. Wife of Henry J.; mother of Arthur W. of Mobile, Ala; Albert S.; John J.; Stanley F.; Joseph E. Joynt; Mrs. Eugene J. Hanavan, Mrs. Raymond Voelkle of Buffalo NY and the late Mary Victoria Joynt; daughter of the late John and Mary Manley of Scranton, PA; sister of Frank, Thomas, Catherine Manley and the late Mrs. Michael Quinn, John, Peter, Anthony and Michael Manley of Scranton, PA. Funeral from the family residence, 1507 South Park Avenue, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock and from Our Lady of Victory Basilica at 9:30. Friends invited to attend.