0-1-3-15 Millard Fillmore Plymale was born on his fathers
farm on Twelvepole Creek in Wayne County, West Virginia.
married Elizabeth Ann McComas on January 10th, 1874. They were married by Rev.
Charles B. Allemong.
He was a farmer living on the waters of Plymale's Branch, on farmland
inherited from his father in 1872. He lived on this farm until his early death
in 1882 of typhoid fever.
Millard's tombstone was placed in the 0-1-3 John Plymale
Cemetery some years after his death by his grandson, 0-1-3-15-2-5 Leo Plymale,
and his family.
After Millard's death Elizabeth Ann married William
Harvey Adams on April 18th, 1883. They had 2 children: Mamie, born about 1891, and
Leo, born 3-1-1895, in Breeden, West Virginia.
William Harvey Adams was in the railroad business and
they moved to Muncie, Indiana. After that, their move further west included stops in
Neodesha, Kansas (where
she ran a boarding house) and near Mineola, Kansas (farming) before finally homesteading
near Rogers, Roosevelt County, New Mexico. Sometime after "proving-up" the
they moved to Clovis, Curry County, New Mexico.
Elizabeth Ann died on 5-23-1926. William Harvey Adams
died in 1935.
They are both buried in Clovis Cemetery, now known as The Mission
Garden of Memories, Curry County, New Mexico.