Notes for James MANLEY

James was the black sheep of the family. He was charged with a series of crimes around Bellaire - assaulting a police officer, forgery, arson, and robbery, a crime for which he went to the penitentiary. He was listed as a living heir in his father's will in 1898 but was not left anything, likely because he was incarcerated. On his death certificate, his profession was listed as a laborer in the steel mills.
His death certificate notes his birth date as March 17, 1862.
He was buried at the Belmont County Home, where he lived his last 9 months.
He was in the Ohio penitentiary. His profession was listed as riverman.
He was an inmate at the Ohio penitentiary, listed as a laborer for the stamp press.

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