Death Notice: Estie Manley, London & Tullig House

Estie Cashman-ManleyThe death has occurred on Sunday 21st February 2016 of Sheila Esther (Estie) Manley, of Muswell Hill, London, (née Cashman, Tullig House). Much loved and will always be remembered by all her friends and family.

Mother of the late Kathleen, and Michelle. Sister to the late Paddy, Denis, Bill, Fr. Michael, Jim. Deeply regretted by her husband John Manley (formerly of the Square), daughters Diane, and Marie, grandchildren, sisters Agnes, Stella, Cecily, Eileen, and Noreen, extended family and friends. May she rest in peace.

Requiem Mass will be said in the church of Our Lady of Muswell (1 Colney Hatch Lane, Muswell Hill, London N10 1PN) on Monday 7th March 2016 at 10:00 am. The committal will follow at St Marylebone Crematorium, East End Road, East Finchley N2 0RZ immediately after the mass.

Obituary & details:


2014-11 Estie Manley

Millstreet Carnival Queen 1949 Mary Frances Mulcahy, with her Ladies in waiting: Dole O’Byrne (West End), Miss Collins (Rathcoole), Mary Hickey (Main Street), Kitty O’Leary (West End), Hannah Mary Moynihan, Estie Cashman-Manley (Tullig House)

1 thought on “Death Notice: Estie Manley, London & Tullig House”

  1. In Tullig House on Tullig Hill Esther Cashman first saw light of day
    But her life’s journey ended in London from there far away
    The yearn for the wander took her to elsewhere
    One who was to grow old in the big World out there

    In her school going years in the Convent at the West End of Millstreet Town
    The high road to and from Tullig she often walked up and down
    The Ireland of the nineteen forties very different from the Ireland of today
    That the changes keep happening only true for to say

    Esther did not travel far her partner in life for to meet
    She married John Manley of the Square of the Town of Millstreet
    But far from Duhallow in London they raised their family
    For to grow old in Millstreet not in their life’s destiny

    In Esther a huge loss to Millstreet was surely London’s gain
    One can only hope death to her came without any pain
    In London from Tullig House in distance far away
    Esther Cashman Manley lived her last night and day.

    “Esther Cashman Manley” is by Francis Duggan

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