Fannie Flanly (Flannelly, Flanelly)

(1859–1948) Fanny, along with her sister, Rose, was a member of the St. Catherine Welfare Association, a Manhattan-based Catholic organization of young women advocating for suffrage that grew out of the work of the Catholic Committee of the New York City Woman Suffrage Party.

Fanny and Rose were listed in the History of Woman Suffrage: 1900–1920 among several members who "helped [promote suffrage] unceasingly by writing, speaking and in many other ways."

Calvary Cemetery

49-02 Laurel Hill Boulevard, Woodside, NY 11377

Queens County

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