Thursday, August 14, 2008


Mrs. Ellison Manley

Died May 25, 1899

East Liverpool Tribune

Mrs. Ellison Manley died Thursday evening, May 25, at her home, corner Third street and City hall square. She was 66 years old and has live in East Liverpool over forty years. Her maiden name was Maria Wildblood, a sister of the late James Wildblood. Her husband was a brother of Hollande and Jethro Manley, and he died several years ago. Mrs. Manley has been ill with rheumatism for several years, but her last illness was only of a few weeks' duration, and death resulted from a complication of diseases She was a noble good woman and loving mother to her family, and enjoyed the respect of the community in all the long years she has lived in East Liverpool She leaves eight living children – Thomas, Jethro Jr., Mrs. Thomas Buckley, Mrs. Charles Simms, Will, Mrs. Robert Tolbert, Olly and Job. Will is at Manila, and was a member of "Co. E" who re-enlisted in the regular army. One sister of deceased Mrs. Eardley, of Tranton, is the last living member of the older Wildblood family. Interment will be at Riverview.

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