Frank Manaige
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Frank L. Manaige (1853 - 1941)

Frank L. Manaige
Born in Minnesota Territory, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 8 Jan 1881 (to 13 Mar 1897) in Blue Earth, Minnesota, United Statesmap
[children unknown]
Died in York City, York County, Nebraskamap
Profile last modified | Created 21 Nov 2020
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Frank was Ho-Chunk.

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Biography

Birth

Frank was born about 1853 in Minnesota Territory, United States, to Charles A. and Mary Ann Manaige.

Residence

1857 — as a 4 year old, he was living with his parents at the Winnebago Agency in Blue Earth County, Minnesota.

1865 — Frank was living with his parents in McPherson, Blue Earth County, Minnesota.

1880 — he was living as a boarder in Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota.

1910 — he was living in the house that he owned in Perry Precinct, Thurston County, Nebraska. His father Charles was living with him at the time.

1920 — he was living in a house which he owned in the village of Emerson, Perry Precinct, Thurston County, Nebraska. (census)

1930 — he is renting a room from Will Shearer in Emerson, Nebraska. (census)

1940 — he was living in an old folks' home established by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in York City, York County, Nebraska. (census)

Education

Frank completed the 8th grade. (1940 census)

Occupation

In 1880 he was a teamster living in Mankato, Minnesota. (census)

In 1910 and 1920 he is a carpenter. (censuses)

Marriage

He married Nellie J. Power on 8 January 1881 in Blue Earth County, Minnesota. (MOMS) After her untimely death, he never married again.

Tragic Incident

The following was reported in the Daily Northwestern:

Children Burned to Death
Mankato, May 26 [1893] — The house of Frank Manaige at St. Clair,
fifteen miles from this city, was burned yesterday, and two
of his children, a nine-year-old girl and a two-year-old boy,
were burned to a crisp, the remainder of the family having
narrowly escaped. One child was dropped out of a second-story
widow and saved, and Mrs. Manaige saved herself by jumping
from a second-story widow. She remained in the burning house
in search of her missing children until almost overcome by smoke,
and was forced to leave. The fire originated from a gasoline stove
which the older daughter was attempting to light.

Death

He passed away on 22 November 1941 (Death Recs.), in York City, Nebraska.

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