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Re: Mann Family
Posted by: Mike Wood (ID *****4469) Date: January 30, 2007 at 13:33:07
In Reply to: Mann Family by Harriett Barnes of 842

From the Arizona Repulic, 20 Feb 1927: "Francis Greene Mann, aged 71 years, passed away at his home on Lateral 20 and the Yuma road at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Mr. Mann was a native of Illinois, coming to this country nine years ago. He made his home with relatives and is survived by his brothers and several sisters. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the Church of Christ in Glendale, directed by the Brazill mortuary."

From the Arizona Republic, 25 Jun 1934, page 6: "John Quincy Mann, 73 years old, a resident of the Salt River valley for the past 26 years, died yesterday at his home, Lateral 20 and Christy road. Mr. Mann, who came to Arizona from Texas, is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Doria Myers, with whom he resided, and Mrs. M. C. Roberts of Texas; four nephews E. C., T. A. and Jake Mann and Willard Myers; and one niece, Mrs. H. A. Cartwright, all of the valley. Funeral arrangements yesterday were tentatively set for 10 o'clock tomorrow morning. The rites will be held at the Glendale Church of Christ."


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