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Jacob M. Manges
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Birth: Mar. 9, 1840
Somerset County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 1924
Indiana County
Pennsylvania, USA

1870 PA Census: Indiana Co. Armstrong Twp. P.O. Saltsburg, p. 17b, lines 1-4
Series M593, roll 1350, dwelling 234, family 242, 16 August 1870

Jacob MINGUS, age 21, Farming, $1,100 Personal Estate, b. Penna.
Barbery, age 20, Keeping House, b. Penna.
Anna, age 3; Bella, age 1
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1880 PA Census: Indiana Co. Washington Twp. ed 141, p. 27, lines 22-30
Series T9, roll 1135, dwelling 247, family 249, 21 June 1880

Jacob MANGAS, age 41, Married, Farmer, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
Barbary, age 41, wife, married, Keeping House, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
Anna May, age 13, dau, attending school; Elizabeth B., age 11, dau, attending school, maimed or crippled
Christopher, age 9, son, attending school; Eliza Jane, age 7, dau, attending school
James, age 4, son; Nettie, age 2, dau; Lottie* Perl, age 2/12, b. March, dau

[Note: The daughter "Eliza Jane" is known in later records, including her own obituary, as "Laura". Perhaps her full name was Laura Eliza Jane Mangas - ed.]
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1900 PA Census: Indiana Co. Washington Twp. ed 65, p. 13b, lines 57-61
Series T623, roll 1416, dwelling 274, family 275, 30 June 1900

Jacob MANGES, Head, Mar 1840, age 60, marr. 34 yrs, b. Penna., parents b. Penna., Farmer
Barbra, wife, Mar 1841, age 59, marr. 34 yrs, 8 children / 7 still alive, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
Elisabeth, dau, Sep 1868, age 31, single; Annette, dau, Feb 1877, age 23, single
Pearl, dau, Mar 1880, age 20, single
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1910 PA Census: Indiana Co. Washington Twp. ed 94, p. 9a, line 50 & p. 9b, lines
Series T624, roll 1351, dwelling 183, family 190, 3 May 1910

Jacob MANGES, Head, age 70, marr. (1st time) 45 yrs, b. Penna., parents b. Penna., Farmer: General Farm
Barbara, wife, age 69, marr. (1st time) 45 yrs, 8 children / 6 still alive, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
Elizabeth B., dau, age 44, single
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1920 PA Census: Indiana Co. Washington Twp. ed 129, p. 11a, lines 14-15
Series T625, roll 1574, dwelling 196, family 198, 21 January 1920

Jacob MANGES, Head, owns home, free of mortgage, age 79, widowed, b. Penna., parents b. Penna., Farm Manager: General Farm
Elizabeth B., dau, age 51, single, b. Penna., parents b. Penna.
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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Department of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
Place of Death: Armstrong Township, Indiana County
Full Name: JACOB MANGES
Personal and Statistical Particulars:
Sex: Male
Color: White
Marital Status: Married
Deceased's Date of Birth: March 9, 1840
Age: 83y 11m 27d
Birthplace: Penna.
Occupation: Retired
Name of Father: Christopher Manges
Birthplace of Father: Penna.
Maiden Name of Mother: Lydia Lape
Birthplace of Mother: Penna.
Informant: James Manges
Medical Certificate of Death:
Date of Death: March 6, 1924, 10:45 p.m.
Cause of Death: Chronic Gastritis
Contributory: Cystitis
Signature: C.E. Keeler, M.D., Mar. 6, 1924, Elderton, Penna.
Burial: Elderton Cemetery, March 10th, 1924
Undertaker: Clarence P. Clark, Elderton, Pa.
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Indiana, PA: Indiana Weekly Messenger, issue of Thursday, 13 March 1924, p. 4, col. 2

Jacob Manges

Jacob Manges, aged 84 years, died Thursday at his home in Indiana county following an illness of a complication of diseases. He was a son of Christa Manges, was born in Somerset county and was a member of the Presbyterian church. He also was a Civil War veteran, of Co. I, 206th regiment. His wife died 12 years ago and leaves the following children: Mrs. George Altman, near Idaho; James L., near Advance; Annette V. Rowley, Indiana; Mrs. E.J. Elgin, Elderton and Elizabeth at home. The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon by his pastor, Rev. Caughman, followed by interment in the Elderton cemetery.
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Indiana, PA: Indiana Weekly Messenger, issue of Thursday, 27 March 1924, p. 1, col. 4

Among the bequests made in his will, dated January 30, 1913, Jacob Mangus, late of Washington township, leaves $400 to each of these daughters: Anna M. Altman, Elizabeth B. Mangus, Viola Rowley and Pearl Elgin. The homestead farm is given to his son, James, on the condition that he pay the above bequests. Another daughter, Elizabeth, is given $500 and $100 is left to two of his grandsons, Otto Mangus and Todd Walker, when they arrive at the age of 21 years. The children are to share equally in the proceeds from the sale of the coal underlying the farm. James and Elizabeth Mangus are named as the executors.
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Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Barbara Fisher Manges (1841 - 1912)
 
 Children:
  Elizabeth Mangus (1868 - 1941)*
  Laura Eliza Mangus Walker (1873 - 1913)*
  James Lewis Manges (1874 - 1930)*
  Annetta V. Butterworth (1877 - 1959)*
  Irene Pearl Manges Elgin (1880 - 1927)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Elderton Cemetery
Elderton
Armstrong County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Brian J. Ensley
Record added: Feb 08, 2014
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Jacob M. Manges
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