ALBERT MANNING was born in the town of Greenville, Orange County, February 2, 1864. He attended the district
school and graduated from the Port Jervis Academy in 1883. He taught school for three years, after which he was
engaged in New York City for a period of six years in the manufacturing of bank and office fixtures. In 1897 he
returned to the homestead, and assumed the management of the farm. Mr. Manning married Miss Hattie E. Green, daughter
of Osmer B. Green and Harriet A. Thorn, of Otisville, N. Y., September 20, 1888. To this union one son, Frank LeRoy,
was born, March 4, 1898.
Socially Mr. Manning is a member of Hoffman Lodge No. 412, F. and A. M., of Middletown, Concordia Council, Royal
Arcanum and Modern Woodmen of America. He is master of Pomona Grange of Orange County. His father, Ephraim Manning,
was born in the town of Greenville, this county, December 11, 1839, on the old homestead, which was purchased by
Benjamin Manning, his grandfather, who was of English descent. After completing his studies in the common school
Ephraim attended the academy at Mount Rose, Pa.
He married Miss Caroline A. Rundle, of Greenville, November 21, 1861. To this union were born two children, Albert
and Eva K., wife of Abraham Wyekoff, residing in New Jersey.
The History of Orange County New York
Edited by: Russel Headley
Van Deusen and Elms, Publishers
Middletown, N. Y. 1908
Orange County, NY
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