Manley Lanham


Headstone of Manley Lanham

Mr. Manley Lanham,
an Esteemed Resident of Clarksburg is Dead at His Home on Clay Street,
After Long Illness.

The Daily Telegram., September 09, 1903

After an illness with dropsy, with which he had been afflicted for a long time, Manley Lanham, an aged and respected resident of this city, died at his home on Clay street Tuesday night.

The deceased is survived by three children, two boys, and one girl, the latter being Mrs. Albery Watson, of Broad Oaks.

Mr. Lanham was a good, kind, Christian gentleman, and a large number of friends in this community will mourn his demise with sorrow.

No arrangements for the funeral have been made yet.


Stock image of Casket with Flowers

The Daily Telegram., September 10, 1903

The funeral of the late Manley Lanham, who died Tuesday night at his home on Clay street, after an illness with dropsy, occurred Thursday morning from the home.

Internment was in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery.

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