Charles Everts Mangan was born in New York in 1907. In Rye his family lived at 83 Ridgewood Drive. Charles served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
C. Everts Mangan, Sr.
The marriage of Miss Margery Gates Dwyer. daughter of Mrs. Arthur Dwyer of Farmmgton Avenue to Mr. Charles Evarts Mangan. son cf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mangan of B:nghamton. N. Y.. Kok place Friday afternoon at 4 ocloclc at the Fifth AvenuePresbyter.an Church. :-.ew York. Only the immediate fa-; mihes were present at the ceremony ' Mr. and Mrs. Mangan have sailed lor a West Indian cruise and upon , their return will reside in Bingham- ' ton.
C. Everts Mangan, Sr. of Manursinq Lodge, Rye, N. Y., formerly of Binghamton, died Wednesday, September 23, 1970, at United Hospital, Port Chester, N. Y. He was survived by his wife, Mariorie Gates Mangan, Rye, N. Y.; one son, C. Everts Mangan, Jr., Port Chester, N. Y.; one daughter, Mrs. Newbold LeRoy, Madison, Conn.; one sister, Mrs. Richard Maguire, Quaker Lake, Pa.; also five grandchildren.
He was a lawyer with the Stock Transfer Division of Texeco of New York City. He attended Hamilton College and was a graduate of Cornell University. He was a naval veteran of World War 2, a member of Christ's Church, Rye, N. Y. and the Manursing Island Club of Rye, N. Y. Funeral services were held at Christ's Church, Rye, N. Y., -Friday, September 25. Interment was in Greenwood Union Cemetery, Rye, N. Y. Arrangements were by Graham's Funeral Home, Rye, N. Y.
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