John J. McManus1,2

(6 Jan 1878 - 8 Feb 1905)
FatherJohn McManus1,3,2,4 b. circa 1842, d. 13 Jan 1889
MotherMargaret Duffy1,3,4 b. 1 Dec 1848, d. 21 Feb 1889
Biography*In Charge of the American Laundry Company's Oil City Pennsylvania Branch
Active member of the Oil City Faternal Order of Eagles & the West Side Cycle Club5
Birth*6 Jan 1878; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania3,4,6
Death*8 Feb 1905; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died from pneumonia5
Obituary*Death of John M'Manus
Well Known Erie Man Dies From Effects of Pneumonia

John McManus, of No. 106 East Ninth street, died last night at 9 o'clock at his late home. He was well known in Erie, and had a host of friends who will mourn his loss. Death resulted from pneumonia.

mr. McManus had been in the employ of the American Laundry Company for a long time. Upon the establishing of a branch in Oil City he was sent to take charge. He was taken ill about three months ago and sent to his home here.

He an active member of Oil City F.O.E. and of the West Side Cycle Club of this city. Two sisters survive, Miss Gertrude and Miss Phena McManus.

The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the house, and at 9 o'clock from St. Peter's Cathedral.

Source: Death of John M'Manus, Erie Evening Herald, 9 Feb 1905, page 75

Citations

  1. City of Erie versus a piece of land fronting Fourth Street, No. 87, September 1898, Court of Common Pleas, Erie County Courthouse, 140 West Sixth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16501.
  2. John McManus Letters of Administration (Estate Package #25078, 13 Jan 1889), 16 Jun 1890, proceedings volume 15, page 150, block 9, Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as John McManus' Letters of Administration.
  3. John McManus household, 1880 U.S. Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 152, page 286C, lines 33-39, dwelling 180. family 186, 2 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Apr 2006.
  4. John McManus (71st New York Volunteer Infantry C Company), File Designation MinC 264428, Declaration for Pension of Children under Sixteen (18 May 1889), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  5. Death of John M'Manus, Erie Evening Herald, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 9 Feb 1905, page 7.
  6. John McManus (71st New York Volunteer Infantry C Company), File Designation MinC 264428, St Patrick's Cathedral Letter (Erie PA, 9 Sep 1889), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).

John S. McManus Jr1,2

(10 Aug 1864 - 1 Oct 1897)
FatherJohn V. McManus b. circa 14 Feb 1832, d. 16 May 1897
MotherAngeline E. Connaroe b. 24 Dec 1837, d. 11 May 1912
Birth*10 Aug 1864; Pennsylvania2,3
Death*1 Oct 1897; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died from phthisis4,3,5,6
Burial*Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; section K, services at St. Peter's Cathedral4,6
FindaGrave*560029997
ObituaryMCMANUS - On Friday evening, October 1st 1897, at the residence of his mother, 1815 German street, John McManus Jr, aged 33 years 1 month and 21 days. Funeral will be held on Monday morning, at 08:30 at the house and at 9 o'clock at the cathedral.3
Obituary*McManus - On Friday evening October 1, 1897, John McManus, at the residence of his mother, 1815 German Street, aged 33 years. Funeral will be held this morning 8:30 at house and 9 o'clock at St Peter's Cathedral.6
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. John McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Millcreek Township, Erie Co., Pennsyivania, page 33 (stamped 299), lines 16-26, dwelling 240, family 257, 7 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  2. John McManus household, 1880 U.S. Census, East Millcreek, Erie County, PA, ED 156, page 2B, lines 31-38, dwelling 17, family 17, 5 Jun 1880, National Archives Microfilm, T9 Roll 1128.
  3. McManus Funeral Notice, Erie Journal, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 2 Oct 1897.
  4. John McManus Plot Gravemarkers (Section K), Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 25 Oct 1998.
  5. City Death List, Erie Journal, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 10 Oct 1897.
  6. John S. McManus Death Notice, Erie Morning Dispatch, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 4 Oct 1897.
  7. L Ferree, "Trinity Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania)," dated Mar 2012, Find A Grave Photos (viewed Mar 2012) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 56002999.

John V. McManus1,2,3,4

(circa 14 Feb 1832 - 16 May 1897)
FatherPatrick McManus b. 31 Dec 1799, d. 29 Nov 1882
MotherMary McBarron b. circa 11 May 1808, d. 1 Feb 1890
Biography*Wagon & Carriage Maker
Postmaster in Erie County, Pennsylvania5
Birth*circa 14 Feb 1832; Hollidaysburg, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania; marriage license lists birth place as Hollowdaysburg, Pennsylvania.6,7,8,9,10,2,11
Marriage*24 Apr 1855; Bride=Angeline E. Connaroe12
Death*16 May 1897; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; cause of death was grippe.1,11,6
Burial*19 May 1897; Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1,11
FindaGrave*5600290913

Family

Angeline E. Connaroe b. 24 Dec 1837, d. 11 May 1912
Children
Family BiographyMcManus Family
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)
McMANUS, Eugene A. (Pedigree)
McManus (Timeline Chart)

Citations

  1. John V. McManus entry, Erie City Death Registry (1875-1908), vol. C, Page 49, transcribed by Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 7 Jun 2005, Erie County Public Library (Balsco Library), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, USA.
  2. Patrick McManus household, 1850 U.S. Census, East Ward, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 190 (stamped), lines 23-32, dwelling 78, family 90, 8 Aug 1850, National Archives Microfilm, M432, Roll 774.
  3. John McManus Household, 1860 U.S. Census, Millcreek Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 320 (stamped 488), lines 32-37, dwelling 2442, family 2539, 21 Aug 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  4. John McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Millcreek Township, Erie Co., Pennsyivania, page 33 (stamped 299), lines 16-26, dwelling 240, family 257, 7 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  5. 'Gene' McManus, City Employee, is Dead at 58, Erie Dispatch Herald, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 12 Aug 1936, Front Page.
  6. Mortuary Report, Erie Morning Dispatch, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 22 May 1897.
  7. Cody F. McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #6133 (3 Jan 1931), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  8. Erie County Marriage Applications, volume 34, page 560, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2209553).
  9. John McManus household, 1880 U.S. Census, East Millcreek, Erie County, PA, ED 156, page 2B, lines 31-38, dwelling 17, family 17, 5 Jun 1880, National Archives Microfilm, T9 Roll 1128.
  10. Patrck McManus household, 1840 U.S. Census, Sadsbury, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, page 496, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  11. John McManus Plot Gravemarkers (Section K), Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 25 Oct 1998.
  12. Funeral Mrs M'Maus, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Erie Co, Pennsylvania, 15 May 1912, page 7 (ESGR Researcher: Linda Waha).
  13. L Ferree, "Trinity Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania)," dated Mar 2012, Find A Grave Photos (viewed Mar 2012) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 56002909.
  14. Frank McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #101488 (28 Oct 1929), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  15. Mary E. Gordon, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #65050 (28 Jul 1915), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  16. Cecilia McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #27107 (2 Mar 1947), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  17. Henry Terrence McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death 29340 (27 Mar 1940), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.

Joseph McManus1

Father(?) McManus1

Citations

  1. James M'Manus is Summoned by Death; Prominent Oil Man, The Bradford Era, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, 12 Jul 1927, 2.

Captain Joseph William McManus1,2

(9 Jun 1923 - 2 Jun 1969)
FatherEugene Joseph McManus3,4,1 b. 31 Dec 1881, d. 12 Aug 1936
MotherGrace H. Smith4,3,1 b. 4 Jan 1887, d. 3 Apr 1963
Biography*Fire Captain at Erie Firehouse No. 1
World War II Veteran
Paratrooper Instructor (Fort Benning Georgia)
Airborne, 91st Division (Italian Campaign)
Member of Several Social Clubs (Zukor, CYS & GCS)1
Birth*9 Jun 1923; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania4,2
Birth19 Jun 1923; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania3
Marriage*8 Sep 1943; Bride=Rosemarie Landi4
Death*2 Jun 1969; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died of Lung Cancer; Mass at Sacred Heart Church3,1,2
Burial*5 Jun 1969; Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; section K5,1,3,2
FindaGrave*560487105
Obituary*J. McManus, Fire Captain, Succumbs

Joseph William (Bill) McManus, forty-five, 239 E. 8th, died Monday morning at Hamot Hospital after a short illness.

He was born in Erie, son of the late Eugene and Grace McManus. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Paratroopers.

Mr. McManus had been a member of the Erie Fire Department since the war and was a junior captain at the No. 1 fire house.

He was a member of the Zukor, CYS and GCS Clubs.

Survivors include on son, William D. McManus; three daughters, Mrs. Peter (Patricia) DiBacco, Maureen and Mary Beth McManus; two sisters, Mrs Eugene Runser and Mrs. Margaret Harnard; two brothers, Eugene and John McManus; one granddaughter, Paul Ann DiBacco.

Friends may call at the John J. Quinn Funeral Home, 9th and Liberty, today and Wednesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and are invited to services Thursday at 9:30 a.m. followed by Requiem High Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 10 a.m.

Burial will be in Trinity Cemetery.1

Family

Rosemarie Landi b. 11 Sep 1923, d. May 1981
Marriage*8 Sep 1943; Bride=Rosemarie Landi4
Child
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. J. McManus, Fire Captain, Succumbs, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Erie Co, Pennsylvania, 3 Jun 1969.
  2. John McManus Plot Gravemarkers (Section K), Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 25 Oct 1998.
  3. Joseph W. McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death 036240-69 (2 Jun 1969), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  4. Erie County Application for Marriage License, volume 103, page 135, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2260431).
  5. L Ferree, "Trinity Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania)," dated Mar 2012, Find A Grave Photos (viewed Mar 2012) online www.findagrave.com , memorial 56048710.
  6. The Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Burials in Calvary Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania (PO Box 1403, Erie PA 16512: The Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 2004).
  7. Patricia Jo McManus, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File Number 60255 (14 Jul 1946), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.

Katherine McManus1,2

(circa 1841 - 26 Mar 1897)
FatherPatrick McManus3,1 b. 31 Dec 1799, d. 29 Nov 1882
MotherMary McBarron3,1 b. circa 11 May 1808, d. 1 Feb 1890
Birth*circa 1841; Pennsylvania1,3
Marriage*Principal=Bernard J. O'Gorman4,2
Death*26 Mar 1897; New York City, New York Co., New York; cause of death was emphysema3
Burial*29 Mar 1897; St Mary's Cemetery, Port Jervis, Orange Co., New York3

Family

Bernard J. O'Gorman b. circa 1843, d. before 1898
Children
Family BiographyMcManus Family
ChartsMcMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
McManus (Timeline Chart)

Citations

  1. William Murrey household, 1860 U.S. Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 182 & 183, dwelling 1354, family 1370, 18 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  2. Patrick McManus will (7 Apr 1877), Patrick McManus Estate Package (#25079, 29 Nov 1882) Will Book Volume G, Page 190, 1882, Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Patrick McManus' Will.
  3. Catherine O'Gorman, New York Certificate of Death New York City, Certificate #9495 (27 Mar 1897), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York.
  4. Baptismal Records (1864-1896), St Brigid Catholic Church, Meadville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania; (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library), US/CAN 1026185.
  5. Bernard O'Gormon household, 1880 U.S. Census, Manhattan, New York City, New York, ED 609, page 160B (stamped), dwelling 3, house 13, 1Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 17 Jan 2005.
  6. John B. O'Gorman, New York Certificate of Death New York City, Certificate #1629 (Apr 1902), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York.
  7. Bernard O'Gormon household, 1870 U.S. Census, Meadville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, Page 241 (stamped), Dwelling 9, Family 8, 10 Jun 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 17 Jan 2005.
  8. Bernard O'Gormon household, 1880 U.S. Census, Port Jervis, Orange Co., New York, ED 9, page 137 (stamped), dwelling 118, family 140, 10 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 17 Jan 2005.

Katherine McManus1

Father(?) McManus1

Citations

  1. James M'Manus is Summoned by Death; Prominent Oil Man, The Bradford Era, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, 12 Jul 1927, 2.

Lizzie McManus1

(circa 1854 - )
MotherMargaret (?)1 b. circa 1846
Birth*circa 1854; New York1

Citations

  1. Margaret McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Erie (1st Ward), Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Page 64, dwelling 430. family 456, 14 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Apr 2006.

Margaret McManus1

(circa 1829 - 2 Jun 1887)
FatherPatrick McManus1 b. 31 Dec 1799, d. 29 Nov 1882
MotherMary McBarron1 b. circa 11 May 1808, d. 1 Feb 1890
Birthcirca 1827; Pennsylvania2,3
Birth*circa 1829; Pennsylvania4,2
BirthPittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania5
Marriage*Principal=William T. Sheldon2
Death*2 Jun 1887; Bradford, Mckean Co., Pennsylvania6,7,4
Burial*Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; section M4

Family

William T. Sheldon b. circa 1819, d. 18 Jul 1877
Children
Family BiographyMcManus Family
ChartsMcMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
McManus (Timeline Chart)

Citations

  1. Patrick McManus will (18 Dec 1882), Will (Reg Docket) - McManus, Patrick - Erie PA, Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Patrick McManus Will (1882).
  2. William Sheldon household, 1850 U.S. Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 205B & 206 (stamped), dwelling 323, family 359, 14 Aug 1850, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  3. William Sheldon household, U.S. Census 1870 (Population Schedule), Kane, Wetmore Township, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, page 753B, lines 9-17, dwelling 132, family 132, 28 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 29 Mar 2005.
  4. Gravemarker, Margaret Sheldon grave marker, Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 25 Oct 2005.
  5. Annie M Skelly, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File Number 15093 (17 Feb 1915), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  6. Sheldon Death Notice, The Bradford Era, Bradford, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, 3 Jun 1887, 4.
  7. Died - Sheldon, Erie Morning Dispatch, Erie, Pennsylvania, 4 Jun 1887.
  8. Mary P. Collins, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File No: 112579 (14 Dec 1911), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  9. Margaret Sheldon household, 1880 U.S. Census (Population Schedule), Green Township, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 55B, lines 20-22, dwelling 192, family 192, 11 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 29 Mar 2005.
  10. Joseph Patrick Sheldon, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death Erie Co., register 177, File 38368 (21 Apr 1928), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.

Margaret McManus1

(circa 1845 - 3 Nov 1848)
FatherThomas McManus1 b. circa 1805, d. 18 Jun 1878
MotherBridget (?)1 d. 22 Oct 1848
Birth*circa 18451
Death*3 Nov 18481
Burial*Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Section G1

Citations

  1. Grave Marker, Margaret McManus Grave Marker, Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 26 Sep 1998.

Margaret McManus1

(circa 1852 - )
MotherMargaret (?)1 b. circa 1846
Birth*circa 1852; New York1

Citations

  1. Margaret McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Erie (1st Ward), Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Page 64, dwelling 430. family 456, 14 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Apr 2006.

Margaret E. McManus1

(15 Jan 1904 - 3 Jun 1983)
FatherEugene Joseph McManus1 b. 31 Dec 1881, d. 12 Aug 1936
MotherMargaret Elizabeth Toohey1 b. 27 Sep 1881, d. 4 Feb 1920
Birth*15 Jan 1904; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania2,1
Marriage*circa 1922; Groom=Matthew F. Mulheirn3,4
Marriage*24 Nov 1926; Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Groom=Frank Otis Harned1
Marriage*circa 1972; Principal=(?) Perry5
Death*3 Jun 1983; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania2,6
Burial*6 Jun 1983; Venango Cemetery, Venango, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania; Section 8, Lot 106
FindaGrave*762741686

Family 1

Matthew F. Mulheirn b. circa 1903, d. 24 Nov 1924
Marriage*circa 1922; Groom=Matthew F. Mulheirn3,4
Child

Family 2

Frank Otis Harned b. 6 Dec 1896, d. 19 Feb 1969
Marriage*24 Nov 1926; Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Groom=Frank Otis Harned1
Child

Family 3

(?) Perry
Marriage*circa 1972; Principal=(?) Perry5
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
MOORE, John (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)
TOOHEY, James (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Erie County Application for Marriage License, volume 46, page 389, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2259427).
  2. Margaret Harned, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  3. Frank Harned household, 1930 U.S. Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 25/95, sheet 6B, lines 77-81, dwelling 121, family 138, 8 Apr 1930, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2006.
  4. Thelma Ruth Fitzgerald Was Beautician, Erie Times-News, Erie, Erie Co, Pennsylvania, 22 Sep 2002, page 7.
  5. Miss Sarah Ann Toohey Obit, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 2 Jun 1972.
  6. Find A Grave Index, online www.findagrave.com , Venango Cemetery, Venango, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, memorial 76274168, with gravemarker image, created by Bob Galmish, (9 Sep 2011), viewed 15 Nov 2013.

Maria Louise McManus1,2

(11 Mar 1881 - 1 Jan 1901)
FatherJohn McManus1,3,4,5 b. circa 1842, d. 13 Jan 1889
MotherMargaret Duffy1,5 b. 1 Dec 1848, d. 21 Feb 1889
Birth*11 Mar 1881; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania5
Birthcirca 9 Apr 1883; Pennsylvania6
Death*1 Jan 1901; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died of consumption4
Obituary*MISS M'MANUS IS DEATH
Passed Away at Her Home on East Ninth Street Last Night

Miss Mary Louise McManus, daughter of the late John McManus, died last night at her home, 120 East Ninth Street.

Miss McManus has been affected with consumption and was taken to the St Vincent's hospital. Her condition, however, did not improve and a few days ago she was removed to her home. Dr. Oday attended her.

She leaves brothers and sisters, Gertrude, Rena, John and Earl.

M.B. McManus of Titusville, was an uncle of the deceased.

Undertaker Hanley has charge of the funeral.4
ObituaryA Sad Death
Miss Maria Louise McManus, Age 19, daughter of the late John McManus in this city, died at her late home, 120 East Ninth street, Monday evening. The young lady had been attending school at Titusville for some time but returned home sick last June. A few weeks ago she was taken to St Vincent's Hospital for treatment and was taken from there the day after Christmas. She leaves to moarn her untimely death two sisters Misses Gertrude and Rena and two brothers John and Earl and M.B. McManus her uncle and his family of Titusville.2

Citations

  1. City of Erie versus a piece of land fronting Fourth Street, No. 87, September 1898, Court of Common Pleas, Erie County Courthouse, 140 West Sixth Street, Erie, Pennsylvania 16501.
  2. A Sad Death, Erie Morning Dispatch, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 1 Jan 1901.
  3. John McManus Letters of Administration (Estate Package #25078, 13 Jan 1889), 16 Jun 1890, proceedings volume 15, page 150, block 9, Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as John McManus' Letters of Administration.
  4. Miss M'Manus is Dead, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 2 Jan 1901.
  5. John McManus (71st New York Volunteer Infantry C Company), File Designation MinC 264428, Declaration for Pension of Children under Sixteen (18 May 1889), Civil War Pension Application File (Washington DC: National Archives).
  6. Gertrude McManus household, 1900 U.S. Census, 120 East 9th St, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 75, page 2B, lines 89-92, dwelling 49. family 55, 2 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Apr 2006.

Mary McManus1

(circa 1843 - 1924)
FatherThomas McManus1 b. circa 1800
MotherBridget (?)1 b. circa 1805
Birth*circa 1843; Ireland1
MarriagePrincipal=Daniel Downey2,3
Burial*Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Section S4
Death*19244

Family

Daniel Downey b. circa 1845, d. 1892
Children

Citations

  1. Thomas McManus household, 1860 U.S. Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 263, lines 19-24, family 1614, 30 Jul 1860, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 31 Mar 2006.
  2. Daniel Downey household, 1880 U.S. Census, Eldred, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, ED 87, page 24D, lines 2-7, dwelling 204, household 241, 18 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 1 Oct 2008.
  3. Died - McManus, Erie Morning Dispatch, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 20 Jun 1878, Terrence McManus leaves three nieces and one nephew: Elizabeth, Catherine, May and Tobias Downey.
  4. The Erie Society for Genealogical Research, compiler, Burials in Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania (PO Box 1403, Erie PA 16512: The Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 2003).

Mary McManus

Father(?) McManus

Mary McManus1

(circa 1864 - 9 May 1898)
Birth*circa 18641
Death*9 May 1898; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1

Citations

  1. City Death List - Mary McManus, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 14 May 1898.

Mary McManus1

(circa 1864 - )
FatherTerence F. McManus1 b. circa 1836, d. 16 Jan 1906
MotherLouisa (?)1 b. circa Jan 1841
Birth*circa 1864; Pennsylvania1,2
Birthcirca Mar 1866; Pennsylvania3

Citations

  1. TF McManus household, 1880 U.S. Census, Kendall, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, ED 91, page 43 (stamped 364), lines 24-28, dwelling 447, household 477, 25 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 22 Aug 2008.
  2. Thomas F McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Titusville (3rd Ward), Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, page 49 (stamped 684), lines 32-36, dwelling 276, household 294, 24 Jun 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 22 Aug 2008.
  3. Dr T F McManus household, 1900 U.S. Census, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania, ED 114, sheet 13A (stamped 282), lines 7-9, dwelling 175, household 264, 11 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Sep 2008.

Mary McManus1

( - 1977)
Death*19771
Burial*Calvary Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1
FindaGrave*94563411
FindaGrave MemorialVisit FindaGrave (write downl # above first)

Citations

  1. Fred King, "Calvary Cemetery (Erie PA) Memorial," dated 2004, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 3 Mar 2010) online www.findagrave.com , Mary McManus, memorial 9456341.

Mary A. McManus1

(circa 1871 - 27 Jul 1873)
FatherJohn McManus1 b. circa 1842, d. 13 Jan 1889
MotherMargaret Duffy1 b. 1 Dec 1848, d. 21 Feb 1889
Birth*circa 18711
Death*27 Jul 18731
Burial*Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania2

Citations

  1. Grave Marker, Mary A. McManus Grave Marker, Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 26 Sep 1998.
  2. Grave Marker, Mary A McManus gravemarker, Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 26 Sep 1998.

Mary A. McManus1

(circa May 1860 - )
FatherMichael B. McManus1 b. circa 1838
MotherAnna (?)1 b. circa 1840
Birth*circa May 1860; New York1,2

Citations

  1. Michael McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Titusville (4th Ward), Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, page 24, lines 20-23, dwelling 124, household 144, 29 Jun 1870, Likely daughter of Anna & Michael McManus given her enumeration in their household and Anna statement (1900 census) that she had four children., viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 1 Oct 2008.
  2. Michael McManus household, 1860 U.S. Census, Otsego, Otsego Co., New York, page 67, lines 29-31, dwelling 528, household 550, 26 Jun 1860, Age one month during census enumeration on 26 Jun 2008, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 1 Oct 2008.

Mary Ann McManus

(4 Feb 1925 - 22 Sep 2013)
FatherEugene Joseph McManus1 b. 31 Dec 1881, d. 12 Aug 1936
MotherGrace H. Smith1 b. 4 Jan 1887, d. 3 Apr 1963
Biography*"Held various Positions in medical & civil serice offices, retiring from the Social Security Administration"
Active lifelong member of Sacred Heart Church
Associate of the Sisters of St. Joseph2
Birth*4 Feb 1925; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania1,2
Marriage*2 May 1949; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Groom=Eugene A. Runser3,1,4
Death*22 Sep 2013; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania2
Burial*27 Oct 2013; Calvary Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania5
Obituary*Mary Ann Runser
(Died September 22, 2013)

Mary Ann (McManus) Runser, 88, of Erie, passed away on Sunday September 22, 2013 at the Sarah Reed Retirement Center. Many family members and friends affectionately knew her as Nana.

She was born in Erie on February 4, 1925, a daughter of the late Eugene Joseph and Grace Smith McManus.

She attended Sacred Heart grade school, graduated from Academy High School and held various positions in medical and civil service offices, retiring from the Social Security Administration. Mary Ann was a woman of strong faith and a very active lifelong member of Sacred Heart Church. Throughout her life she was a generous volunteer to church and community. Her contributions at Sacred Heart parish included membership in altar society and apostolic committee, coordination of Eucharistic ministry and volunteering wherever she could serve. Along with her husband, Gene, she worked for many years at Sacred Heart’s Food Pantry, helping people in need. She was also an Associate of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Some of the many activities she enjoyed in her life were drum corps, archery, tennis and bowling.

Mary Ann is predeceased by her husband, Eugene A. Runser, to whom she was married for over 60 years, a sister, Margaret Harned and three brothers, Jack, Mickey and Bill McManus.

She is survived by a daughter, Mary Jeanne Runser and her companion, Larry Stadler of Erie, four sons, Joseph Runser and his companion, Julie Wurst of Erie, Jerry Runser and his wife Nancy of Rochester, NY, Thomas Runser and his wife Diane of Pfafftown, NC and Matthew Runser and his wife Carol of Erie. Nine grandchildren, April Baker and her husband Brian, Kelly Petroff and her husband Tom, Brian Runser and his wife Gayle, Mary Kate McCarthy and her husband Matt and Jessica, Daniel, Natalie, Lindsey and Brittany Runser. Two great-grandchildren, Carissa Baker and Joseph Petroff and several nieces and nephews also survive.

Friends may call at the Francis V. Kloecker Funeral Home, Inc. 2502 Sassafras St. Erie, Pa. 16502 on Thursday from 2-5 and 7-9 and are invited to a service there on Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. followed by the Funeral Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 10 am. Send condolences to www.kloeckerfuneralhome.com

Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Sacred Heart Church Food Pantry, 816 W. 26th St, Erie, Pa. 16508. The family would like to thank the caregivers of Sarah Reed Retirement Center for the care they gave Mary Ann.2

Family

Eugene A. Runser b. 17 Aug 1921, d. 20 Oct 2010
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Erie County Marriage Applications, volume 127, page 203, Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2260655).
  2. Francis V. Kloecker Funeral Home (Erie Pennsylvania), "Mary Ann Runser Memorial Obituary," dated 22 Sep 2013, Francis V. Kloecker Funeral Home online http://www.kloeckerfuneralhome.com.
  3. Erie County Pennsylvania Marriage Application Grooms Index (1939-68), Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2208793). Eugene A. Runser, 1949, book 127, page 203 (matches brides index for Mary Ann McManus).
  4. Erie County Pennsylvania Marriage Application Brides Index (1939-68), Erie County Courthouse, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 2208794).
  5. Mary Ann Runser obituary, Erie Times-News, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 25 Sep 2013.

Mary E. McManus1

(27 Feb 1858 - 28 Jul 1915)
FatherJohn V. McManus2 b. circa 14 Feb 1832, d. 16 May 1897
MotherAngeline E. Connaroe1,2 b. 24 Dec 1837, d. 11 May 1912
BirthErie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania3
Birth*27 Feb 1858; Pennsylvania2,4,5
Marriage*circa 1877; Principal=Joseph W. Gordon5,1,6
Death*28 Jul 1915; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania2,7,5
Burial*31 Jul 1915; Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Section K5,2

Family

Joseph W. Gordon b. 21 Apr 1856, d. 7 Sep 1911
Children
ChartsCONNAROE (CONROE), Darlin (Descendants)
McMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
SKINNER, Augustus (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Angeline McManus will (16 Oct 1907), Last Will and Testament, Angeline McManus, Erie, Pennsylvania File #25077 (9 Jun 1912), Register of Wills, Erie County Courthouse (Room 122), Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Angeline McManus, Will.
  2. Mary E. Gordon, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #65050 (28 Jul 1915), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  3. Cecelia Walker Schafer, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File Number 12807 (14 Feb 1949), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  4. John McManus household, 1860 US Census, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 848, lines 33-37, dwelling 2443, family 2540, 1860,.
  5. John McManus Plot Gravemarkers (Section K), Trinity Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania, 5711 West Lake Road, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; Walter E. Fred, 25 Oct 1998.
  6. Joseph W. Gordon household, 1900 U.S. Census, 320 East 9th St, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 97, sheet 3B, lines 88-94, dwelling 51, family 66, Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 10 Apr 2006.
  7. Died - Gordon, Erie Daily Times, Erie, Pennsylvania, 28 Jul 1915.
  8. Anna Knepper, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #4270 (27 Jan 1959), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  9. Joseph W. Gordon household, 1880 U.S. Census, 233 Seventeenth St, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, ED 148, sheet 184 (stamped), lines 5-7, dwelling 52, family 58, 3 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 12 Apr 2006.
  10. Thomas Joseph Gordon, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death 5218 (1 Jan 1921), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.
  11. Chautauqua County Marriage Record, #6543, Chautauqua County Courthouse, 1 North Erie Street, Chautauqua Co., New York (FHL US/CAN Film 1004123).

Mary E. McManus1

(circa 1860 - )
MotherMargaret (?)1 b. circa 1846
Birth*circa 1860; Pennsylvania1

Citations

  1. Margaret McManus household, 1870 U.S. Census, Erie (1st Ward), Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Page 64, dwelling 430. family 456, 14 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 2 Apr 2006.

Mary Jane McManus1,2

(circa 1842 - 27 Oct 1877)
FatherPatrick McManus b. 31 Dec 1799, d. 29 Nov 1882
MotherMary McBarron b. circa 11 May 1808, d. 1 Feb 1890
Biography*Died in fire while sleeping.
Birth*circa 1842; Pennsylvania3,2
Marriage*Principal=William McCullough4,2,5
Death*27 Oct 1877; Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania; died in fire at home while sleeping3,2,5
Burial*29 Oct 1877; "Beech Woods", Erie Co., Pennsylvania2
Obituary*PARTIALLY CREMATED
Terrible Death of Mrs. Mary Jane McCullough
A Drunken Sleep from Which There Was No Awakening.

South Erie has produced a first-class horror. Nothing more or less than the partial cremation of a woman. It occurred in this wise.

Two strangers while coming into the city on French street, last Saturday night or rather Sunday morning, as the hour was after twelve, stopped at the residence of Samuel Neff, between Twenty-third and Twenty-Fourth streets, and waking up the occupants asked for a drink of water.
At the same time one of the strangers excitedly sung out “Fire! Fire! and an instant thereafter a bright volume of flame leaped out of the windows of the house just about six feet north of Mr. Neff’s place.

There was an instant alarm and Mr. Neff was soon joined by Albert Levi, a neighbor, ho occupied the first house north of the burning building. These two men broke open the doors and struggled through the blinding volumes of smoke vainly seeking for the occupants.

It seemed that the house was unoccupied, but unfortunately such was not the case. Wm. McCullough with his wife and child usually occupied the second floor. The couple, it is stated, were addicted to drink and indulged in frequent quarrels.

About for days ago McCullough with the child left for the country to work on the farm of relatives, leaving his wife alone in the place. The first floor has for some time been untenanted.

The fire started and was almost exclusively confined to a front room usually occupied as a sleeping apartment. It appears that Mrs. McCullough had imbibed rather freely of beer on Saturday and was evidently badly under the influence of liquor when she retired. It is supposed and generally believed that the bedding caught fire from a candle left burning at the head of the bed and the wretched woman was first suffocated and then burned to death.

When Masers. Neff and Levi force open the two doors leading to this room, the air was thick with smoke besides the roof commenced to burn fiercely, making things decidedly warm. Nothing could be seen on after vainly calling her by name the men gave up the search in despair, thinking perhaps that she had escaped.

The fireman soon after arrived. As there was no fire plug in the vicinity the steamers were run into Millcreek, where water was secured. The fire was soon got under control and completely extinguished.

The roof was burned off, leaving only the blackened rafters. The front of the house and half of the north side was also badly burned. Down stairs there was very little damage.

Upon the centre of the floor in the sleeping apartment was found a mass that looked like a bundle of old rags. Chief Moser kicked the mass with his foot and was horrified to find the half cremated remains of what was once a human body.

It presented a horrid sight. The boy was lying on its right side, with the knees drawn up. The left leg was entirely cremated up to above the knee, leaving only the whitened bones; the left arm nearly up to the shoulder was a mass of ashes; the left side of the body was burned away, exposing the entrails; the skull was burned from the brain on the upper portion of the head; the face was burned and charred beyond all human resemblance. Pieces of glass, evidently portions of a flat bottle, were found beside the body.

Dr. James E. Sillman was notified about half past two o’clock Sunday morning and immediately proceeded to hold an inquest. A jury was empanelled which met in the house about three o’clock. After viewing the body and hearing the testimony of several neighbors the jury rendered a verdict of accidental death from suffocation and burning.

At the inquest it came out that Mrs. McCullough had called at the house of Mrs. Levi, a neighbor, early in the evening and asked the loan of ten cents, stating that she wished to but candles. Thinking the woman intended to use the money for liquor Mrs. Levi refused her request.

Mr. W.W. Pierce told Dr. Silliman that Mrs. McCullough had called at his store on Saturday evening, about half past seven o’clock with a frying pan that she offered to pawn for ten cents. Mr. Pierce refused to become a pawnbroker.

It is supposed that the poor creature disposed of her pan at some pawn shop and secured the money upon which she go drunk.

The burned dwelling was owned by Henry Neimeyer, the florist, was valued at $1,200 and was insured in the Harborcreek Insurance Company. The damages are estimated at $450.

Mrs. McCullough was 35 years old, her maiden name was McManus and her parents live seven miles from the city on the Wattsburg plank road. Her husband and parents arrived in the city Sunday afternoon and took the body to the Beech woods. It was buried Monday.

Mrs. Mary Jane McCullough, the unfortunate woman who suffered such a terrible death by fire last Saturday night, it seems was fully aware of the terrible fate in store for her.

Just about two weeks ago she became deeply impressed with a strange and terrible dream that she had and being naturally of a superstitious nature, it so worked upon her mind that she was actually afraid to go to sleep. For the past tow years, Mrs. McCullough, who was a strong and hard working woman had done washing for the family of Wm. J. Sands, on West Fifth street. Mr. Sands, whose character for truth and veracity is well known, told a reporter of this paper that Mrs. McCullough had imparted to his wife the dream which was indeed a remarkable presentiment of her death, and one that was fulfilled in every detail.

Mrs. McCullough’s dream was to the effect that she was burned to death in a lonely house, and that her body was so terribly charred that it bore not the slightest resemblance to a human being. She did not describe how it happened but said in substance that she was lying on a bed fast asleep; that the room suddenly became very hot; her sense seemed to have flown; she lay like a log; with a mighty effort she for a brief instant shook off the deathly feeling, rose in her bed and struggled widely to escape but too late, and, suffocated by the dense smoke, fell in a swoon on the floor and knew no more. The arrival of the priest to say a mass for her departed should was also described.

In concluding the recital of her dream, the poor creature became excited and earnestly said to Mrs. Sand “I hadn’t been to the priest for confession for some years, but, Oh, Lord how I have prayed since then.”

So thoroughly did she become impressed with her dream that it was with deathly fear that she slept in her house alone. She told her dream to several parties. It is believed that to banish thought from her mind strong drink was called to her aid. Under its influence the dream was for the time forgotten.

The strangest part has not yet been told. Last Saturday evening, only a few hours previous to her death, she called on Mrs. Sands and notified her that she intended to move into the country on Monday; that she could not bear stay in the house, which she was certain would become her grave if she stayed in it. On this account Mrs. Sands was told to secure the services of another washerwoman. Mrs. McCullough was sober and in dead earnest. How her dream has already been chronicled in these columns.

Erie Weekly Dispatch
31 Oct 1877 (page 3, column 2)2
ObituaryA Woman Goes to Bed Drink, and is burned to death.

On Sunday morning, a little after twelve o’clock a fire broke out in a small frame house on French, between 23d and 24th streets, owned by Henry Neimier and occupied by Wm. McCullough and family. The flames were mostly confined to the front portion of the house, and were soon extinguished by the exertions of the firemen. At first it was supposed the premises were unoccupied, but in searching among the debris of the sleeping room a bundle was kicked which was supposed to be a lot of old cloths, but which proved to be the burned body of Mrs. McCullough. The unfortunate woman was addicted to strong drink, and while intoxicated quarreled a good deal with her husband. The latter went to the country some days before, with their only child, to work for a relative, leaving his wife alone in the house. During Saturday the woman made an effort to borrow ten cents from one of the neighbors, to buy liquor with, and failing in that she came down town with a frying pan, which she offered to pawn for the same trifling amount. It is supposed that she managed to procure the money, purchased enough liquor to make her grossly drunk, went to bed in that condition with a lamp by her side, and in some way upset it, setting fire to the clothing, which in turn, communicated the flames to the building. The house was valued at $1,200, and was damaged to the extent of perhaps $450. The Eire County Insurance Company held a policy of $800 on the property.

Later developments reveal that Mrs. McCullough had a dream two weeks before her death that she had been burned to death, which impressed her mind to such an extent that she brooded over it night and day. She told a friend the evening before her death that she meant to move out of the house – that she knew it would be the place of her death unless she did.

Erie Observer, 1 Nov 1877, page 35
ObituaryA Terrible Death

Last Saturday night a dwelling house, on French street, between 23d and 24th streets, was destroyed by fire. The building was occupied by a woman named Mary Jane McCullough, and after the fire was extinguished the remains of the unfortunate creature were found, burned to a crisp.

Lake Shore Visitor, 3 Nov 1877, page 86

Family

William McCullough b. circa 1841
Marriage*Principal=William McCullough4,2,5
Child
Family BiographyMcManus Family
ChartsMcMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Patrick McManus household, 1850 U.S. Census, East Ward, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 190 (stamped), lines 23-32, dwelling 78, family 90, 8 Aug 1850, National Archives Microfilm, M432, Roll 774.
  2. Partially Cremated. Terrible Death of Mary Jane CCullough - A Drunken Sleep from Which There Was No Awakening., Erie Weekly Dispatch, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 31 Oct 1877, page 3, column 2.
  3. Mrs McCullough entry, City of Erie PA Death Register, Volume A, Page 25, transcribed by Erie Society for Genealogical Research, 27 Jun 2006, Erie County Historical Society, 419 State St, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.
  4. William McCologh household, U.S. Census 1870 (Population Schedule), Kane, Wetmore Township, McKean Co., Pennsylvania, page 753B, lines 6-8, dwelling 131, family 131, 28 Jul 1870, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 29 Mar 2005.
  5. A Women goest to Bed Drunk, and is Burned to Death, Erie Observer, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 1 Nov 1877, page 3, column 3.
  6. A Terrible Death, Lake Shore Visitor, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, 3 Nov 1877, page 8.
  7. Catherine Kaiser, Pennsylvania Certificate of Death File #29516 (2 Mar 1937), Pennsylvania Vital Records, 101 South Mercer Street, New Castle, Pennsylvania.

Matilda McManus1

(circa 1850 - before 1860)
FatherPatrick McManus b. 31 Dec 1799, d. 29 Nov 1882
MotherMary McBarron b. circa 11 May 1808, d. 1 Feb 1890
Birth*circa 1850; Pennsylvania1
Death*before 1860
Family BiographyMcManus Family
ChartsMcMANUS, Patrick (Descendants)
McManus (Timeline Chart)

Citations

  1. Patrick McManus household, 1850 U.S. Census, East Ward, Erie, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, page 190 (stamped), lines 23-32, dwelling 78, family 90, 8 Aug 1850, National Archives Microfilm, M432, Roll 774.