Biography of Dr. G. F. Manning
Arizona Biographies





G. F. MANNING, M. D., of Flagstaff, Arizona, is the pioneer medical man of the state, while his son, Thomas Peyton Manning, County Health Officer of Coconino County, is one of the youngest practicing physicians in Arizona. Dr. G. F. Manning was born in Huntsville, Alabama, October 27, 1837, his father, P. F. Manning, being a well known Southern planter, while another of his ancestors, A. R. Manning, was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama for a number of years. Dr. Manning's first venture was as a soldier of the Confederacy in the Third Alabama Infantry. He joined as private and was retired with the commission of First Lieutenant, and was Inspector of Artillery in Lee's Corps. He is a graduate of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, having received his diploma in 1869. He practiced for a time in Texas and served as member of the Board of Medical Examiners. He came to Arizona shortly afterwards and has since taken an active part in political and social life of the state. He makes a specialty of gynecology and treatment of children's diseases, in which he has been exceptionally successful. He has taken a prominent part in different medical associations and has held prominent and official positions in both state and county organizations, and served on the last Territorial Board of Medical Examiners of Arizona.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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