Biography of Don F. Manning
Potter County, PA Biographies

DON F. MANNING, blacksmith, P. 0. Roulette, son of Perry and Margaret (Weimer) Manning, was born in Liberty township, McKean Co., Penn., in 1854. His parents were among the pioneers of that township, where they still live, his father being a prominent farmer and lumberman. They have had a family of seven children, viz.: Annis, Don F., Mark (who died of typhoid fever July 27, 1889), Lettie, Will, Charles and Minnie Don F. worked at various occupations and made his home with his parents until 1876, when he learned the blacksmith's trade, and located at Roulette. February 5, 1879, he married Nora Lyman, and has one child, Iva. Mr. Manning is a member of Roulette Lodge, No. 322, I. O. O. F. He is a Democrat in his political views, and for the past two years has been treasurer of the township. He is a prosperous, public spirited citizen, and is a popular officer, performing his duties efficiently and satisfactorily.


From:
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890


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