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Thomas Manley 1884-1969

Born: 15 Aug 1884 Scranton PA
Baptized: 17 Aug 1884 Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Church (Became Saint Peter's Cathedral 28 Sep 1884)
Sponsors: James McAndrew and Elizabeth Snow
Occupation: Scranton PA Fire Department Jul 1909 - Apr 1935
Died: 29 Apr 1969 Lackawanna Convalescent Home. Ransom PA
Burial: 2 May 1969 St. Mary's Cemetery, Dunmore PA

John Manley
Mary Coleman

17 July 1912 Scranton Republican
Thomas Manley, a member of Hose company No. 6 has returned from a 10 days visit in Atlantic City.

3 Apr 1935 Scranton Republican
Thomas A. Manley, fireman attached to Hose 9, has applied for a pension, effective April 15. He has been in the department since July 2 1909.

Thomas A. Manley, a former resident of the YMCA, died Tuesday in Lackawanna County Convalescent Home where he had been a guest two years. Born in South Scranton, son of the late John and Mary Hughes Manley, he was a member of St. Peter’s Cathedral and prior to retiring 30 years ago was a city fireman. Several nieces and nephews survive. A sister, Miss Catherine Manley, died in 1963. The funeral will be Friday from the Hughes Funeral Home, 1240 St. Ann St., with Mass at 9:30 am in St. Peter’s Cathedral. Interment, St. Mary’s Cemetery, Dunmore. Viewing, tonight 7 to 10, and Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 pm.