Heimo Manninen

1921–2003 (Age 82)
Suomussalmi, Oulu, Finland

The Life of Heimo

When Heimo Manninen was born in 1921, in Suomussalmi, Oulu, Finland, his father, Lars Manninen, was 33 and his mother, Anna Väärä, was 29. He died in 2003, in his hometown, at the age of 82.

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Family Time Line

Lars Manninen
1888–1972
Anna Väärä
1892–1927
Aili Manninen
1914–1915
Veikko Manninen
1916–1926
Arvi Manninen
1919–2007
Heimo Manninen
1921–2003
Onni Manninen
1924–1946

Parents and Siblings

    Male1888–1972Male

    Anna Väärä

    Female1892–1927Female

siblings

(5)

    Aili Manninen

    Female1914–1915Female

    Veikko Manninen

    Male1916–1926Male

    Male1919–2007Male

    Male1921–2003Male

    Male1924–1946Male

World Events (7)

1939

Age 18

World War II. Outbreak of World War II. Finland declares its neutrality. In November the Soviet Union invades. The Winter War begins.
1940

Age 19

Finland forced to concede to Soviet Union. Treaty of Moscow gave 10% of Finnish territory to Soviet Union.
1944

Age 23

The Red Army invades. An armistice is signed in September. Finland concedes more land to the Soviet Union and agrees to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in war reparations.

Name Meaning

Finnish:1. ornamental name from manni ‘man’ + the common surname suffix -nen. 2. also from Swedish man or German Mann, either as an element of a soldier's name or as a short form of a personal name such as Hermann or Emanuel .

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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