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Fairmount Cemetery, East Finley

Corrections and Additional Information

     Contributed by Various Researchers

PLEASE NOTE: I have received additional information and corrections for some of these burials.  If you use the master list of burials in Fairmont Cemetery, you should also take a moment to look over the corrections below.

Updates and corrections:

Name Spouse Relative Birth and Death Correction Submitted by
McGuier, Dessie   Correction: Dessie was the daughter in law of Benj. & Nancy Sprowls McGuier; she married their son Roy in 1905 14 July 1875 Ruth Sprowls; Email dated Apr 22, 2006.
Source for corrected info:  My proof is the marriage notice in paper for Roy McGuier and Dessie Sprowls for 1905, showing names of Roy McGuier's parents.
MCGUIER - Rachel L.   Correction: Rachel L. MCGUIER was Benjamin McGuier's Aunt b. 1830
d. 28 Apr 1898 age 67 yrs
Ruth Sprowls; Email dated Apr 22, 2006.
Source for corrected info:  Rachel L. MCGUIER was Benjamin McGuier's Aunt.  Rachal/Rachel was sister to John B. McGuier; their parents were John J. McGuier and Jane ____.   
Name Spouse Relative Birth and Death Correction Submitted by
Adolphus H Sampson married Mary Miller Abraham & Catherine Plants Sampson b. 1854    d. 1922 Midge marmig AT swnm.com
Source for corrected info:  A correction needs to be done on the Fairmount Cemetery. they listed an Addison H Sampson and the correct name should be Adolphus H Sampson that married Mary Miller.
Name Spouse Relative Birth and Death Correction Submitted by
*Plants
Jennie M.
  Joseph Plants
Simeon & Mary Montgomery Sprowls
b. 1862 d. 1940 Glenn Milligan  milligan.3  AT  osu.edu
Source for corrected info:   Jennie M. did not have the indicated parents. She was Nancy Jean Milligan, daughter of James Wilson Milligan and Eliza Jean Wolfe.  The correction is based on the Obituary of Joseph and Jennie's daughter Ethel:
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Death Notice for Ethel Plants McGill

Dated 1969:

"Mrs. Ethel Plants McGill, 75, of 373 Burton Avenue, Washington, died Sunday, July 27, 1969, in Washington Hospital following a lingering illness. She had been hospitalized the last two weeks.

She was born July 10, 1894, in Claysville, a daughter of the late Joseph Lincoln [Plants] and Jennie Milligan Plants. 

Mrs. McGill was a registered nurse, retiring in 1959. She graduated from Washington City Hospital in 1915, and was a member of Washington Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association. She was a former member of the Second United Presbyterian Church, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Council of Republican Women.

Surviving are a son, Jay Plants McGill, Finleyville R. D. 2, and a brother, Joseph George Plants, Coraopolis."
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