DR. THOMAS PEYTON MANNING, County Health Officer, comes from a line of physicians, and numbers among his ancestors
some of the most prominent medical men of the Old Dominion State in the pioneer days. His father, G. F. Manning,
is the pioneer medical man of Arizona, and during the time he has been practicing in Arizona, more than twenty
five years, has always been noted for his ability, ethical deportment and strict integrity. Dr.
G. F. Manning has been on the State Health Examining Board for fourteen years, has held important positions
in the Medical Association of Northern Arizona, and is a member of the National Organization. Like his father,
Thomas Peyton Manning received his degree from the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, and to him
belongs the distinction of having been the youngest practicing physician in the state. having taken the examination
for license to practice at the age of twenty two, and he is by far the youngest to hold this important position.
He married Miss Frances Josephine Henry, the daughter of a prominent insurance man of Oklahoma, and to the union
has been born one son. Frank Henry. Dr. Manning is a member of the Elks and Masons, and is examining physician
for several fraternal orders, including the Modern Woodmen and Moose, and of several important life insurance companies.
Like his father, he is a hard worker, a close student, and is recognized as one of the ablest young physicians
in the state.
Who's Who in Arizona
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913
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