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William 'Bo' Hanley

 

Bo Hanley

Date of Birth: July 10, 1891

Date of Death: November 23, 1954, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (63 years old)

Source:

Waukesha (WI) Daily Freeman - Published 11/24/54

Dr. William 'Bo' Hanley died at the County Emergency Hospital where he had been a

resident physician for 16 years.  He was also a medical company captain with the 32nd Division

during World War I.

Did you know?

The records for the 1924 Kenosha Maroons coach and the 1920 Detroit Heralds player

are listed erroneously under Edward 'Bo' Hanley of Marquette University.

There is no Edward Hanley attending Marquette University in this time period.

Several Wisconsin newspapers, including the Capital Times (Madison) mention

William 'Bo' Hanley, former Marquette player, as the coach.

Cornelius 'Pat' Hanley, was the 1920 Detroit Heralds player and younger brother of

Bo Hanley.

 

Teams: (Coach)

1924 Kenosha Maroons (NFL)

College:

Marquette University