The Caddo Herald
October 31, 1924
Tom Manning Dies
At his boarding place in Oklahoma City Saturday morning T. J. Manning, aged fifty, was found dead in the bath room. Gas fumes were strong and the coroner’s verdict was that he came to his death from asphyxiation, due to gas in the room.
The remains were brought to Caddo and buried in Caddo Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock, the funeral being conducted by Rev. M.A. Cassidy.
Tom Manning was the son of Mrs. Matilda Manning and spent his youth and young manhood in Caddo, was well and favorably known to the old time citizens of the town and county. The funeral was largely attended by friends of the family.
A.P. Manning and Mrs. Harris, brother and sister of the deceased, accompanied the remains from Oklahoma City.