The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

John H FimpleAge: 70 years18591929

Name
John H Fimple
Birth March 31, 1859 35 29
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Free Press Standard, May 30, 1929
Death of a brotherLorin Fimple
1866 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a brotherHorace James Fimple
January 22, 1868 (Age 8 years)
Citation details: Page 150
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FIMPLE, David and _______DUMBLETON of Augusta Tp 1868 Jan 22 Horace James bk.1 p.10 #2.1a
Death of a maternal grandmotherSarah Rowley
August 6, 1871 (Age 12 years) Age: 72-4-27
Cause: diarrhea
Citation details: Vol 1, pg 76
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Sarah Dumbleton died 6 Aug 1871 in Paris Tp of diarrhea, 72-4-27. Residence: Paris Tp, born England.
Burial of a maternal grandmotherSarah Rowley
August 1871 (Age 12 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Bessie Louise Fimple
July 8, 1893 (Age 34 years)
Citation details: Bk 2, pg 166
Death of a wifeIda Jane Patterson
August 10, 1894 (Age 35 years)
Cause: Consumption
Citation details: Book 4 Page 129
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FIMPLE, Ida J. - d. 1894 Aug 10 in Carrollton, b. in Augusta Tp, a. 34y married.
Burial of a wifeIda Jane Patterson
August 1894 (Age 35 years)
Death of a fatherDavid Fimple
August 27, 1900 (Age 41 years)
Cause: Heart Disease
Citation details: Book 4 Page 133
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FIMPLE, David - d. 1900 Aug 27 of heart dis in Carrollton, b. in Wash. Co. PA, 76y 6d, married, farmer
Burial of a fatherDavid Fimple
1900 (Age 40 years)
Death of a motherHannah Dumbleton
April 5, 1921 (Age 62 years)
Citation details: Cert. # 4083
Text:
FIMPLE, Hannah Death date: 4/5/1921, Stark County Volume #3568, Certificate #24083
Burial of a motherHannah Dumbleton
April 1921 (Age 62 years)
Publication: Carroll County Genealogical Society, Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Citation details: Page 86
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Source indicates Hannah Finple is buried in Row 14, Mt Zion Church Cemetery.
Death of a brotherHorace James Fimple
April 23, 1928 (Age 69 years) Age: 60-3-3
Address: Harace Fimple died at home.
Cause: Chronic Gastritis; Cont. Alcohol
Citation details: Cert. #26321
Text:
Name: Horace J. Fimple Titles: Death date: 23 Apr 1928 Death place: Canton, Stark, Ohio Birthdate: 20 Jan 1868 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Minerva, Ohio Age at death: 60 years 3 months 3 days Gender: Male Marital status: Married Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 1609 12th St., NE Occupation: Residence: Burial date: 25 Apr 1928 Burial place: Canton, Stark, OH Cemetery name: Forest Hill Cemetery Spouse's name: Millie F. Fimple Father's name: David Fimple Father's titles: Father's birthplace: Philadelphia, Pa. Mother's name: Hannah Dubleton Mother's titles: Mother's birthplace: England Informant Mrs. Ethel Nelson, 509 High Ave, SW GSU film number: 1991297 Digital GS number: 4022089 Image number: 1119 Reference number: fn 26321 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
Death May 25, 1929 (Age 70 years) Age: 70
Source: Obituary
Citation details: Free Press Standard, May 30, 1929
Citation details: Cert. #37613
Text:
Name: John H. Fimple Titles: Death date: 25 May 1929 Death place: Canton, Stark, Ohio Birth date: 31 Mar 1859 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Augusta Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio Age at death: 70 years Gender: Male Marital status: Widowed Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 1744 Harvard N.W. Occupation: Lawyer Residence: Burial date: 27 May 1929 Burial place: Carrollton, Ohio Cemetery name: Spouse name: Father name: David Fimple Father titles: Father birth place: Penn. Mother name: Anna Dubelton Mother titles: Mother birth place: Washington, D.C. GSU film number: 1991873 Digital GS number: 4096056 Image number: 3433 Reference number: fn 37613 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
Burial May 27, 1929 (2 days after death)
Cemetery: Grandview, Sec. C, Row 1
Citation details: Page 85
Text:
FIMPLE, John H. 1859-1929 FIMPLE, John H. (large stone)
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father
mother
Marriage: September 6, 1851Carroll Co, Oh
3 years
elder brother
Byron E. Fimple
Birth: July 1854 30 24Augusta, Carroll, Ohio
Death: November 8, 1929Pueblo, Pueblo, CO
3 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
9 years
younger brother
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BirthObituary
Citation details: Free Press Standard, May 30, 1929
DeathObituary
Citation details: Free Press Standard, May 30, 1929
DeathOhio Death Certificate
Citation details: Cert. #37613
Text:
Name: John H. Fimple Titles: Death date: 25 May 1929 Death place: Canton, Stark, Ohio Birth date: 31 Mar 1859 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Augusta Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio Age at death: 70 years Gender: Male Marital status: Widowed Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 1744 Harvard N.W. Occupation: Lawyer Residence: Burial date: 27 May 1929 Burial place: Carrollton, Ohio Cemetery name: Spouse name: Father name: David Fimple Father titles: Father birth place: Penn. Mother name: Anna Dubelton Mother titles: Mother birth place: Washington, D.C. GSU film number: 1991873 Digital GS number: 4096056 Image number: 3433 Reference number: fn 37613 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
BurialCarroll County Ohio Cemeteries, Center, 1817-1993 - Volume III
Citation details: Page 85
Text:
FIMPLE, John H. 1859-1929 FIMPLE, John H. (large stone)
Note
May 30, 1929 -- The Free Press Standard, Carroll Co., OH Judge John H. Fimple Judge John H. Fimple, 70, of Canton, one of the best known jurists in eastern Ohio and one of the leading members of the Stark-co bar, died at his home on Saturday morning, May 25, at 6 o'clock following a brief illness. He was born March 31, 1859, In Augusta-tp on the farm of his parents, David and Hannah Dumbleton Fimple. In his early days he attended the district school of the neighborhood. After completing his primary studies he attended the high school at Minerva and Malvern, later entering Ohio Northern university at Ada, graduation in 1880. Two years later he received the degree of A. B. from Mount Union college, at Alliance, taking the honors of the class as a public debater in the literary society to which he belonged. In the spring of 1884 he entered the law office of Judge Robert Raley in Carrollton. In the fall of 1884 Mr. Fimple took an active part in the campaign for Blaine and Logan, and the following year was elected representative form Carroll-co to the State Assembly for the term of two years. During his first year in the Legislature, on May 4, 1886, Mr. Fimple was admitted to the bar. He then accepted a partnership in the practice of law with his former preceptor, Mr. Raley. After Mr. Raley's appointment to the bench, Mr. Fimple practiced alone for a while; but finding that, owing to his duties in the Legislature, his practice necessitated a partner, the firm of Fimple and Holder was formed. Later Union C. DeFord was taken into the partnership, the firm then being known as Fimple, Holder and DeFord. On December 3, 1888, Mr. Fimple was united in marriage to Miss Ida J. Patterson, of Pattersonville, daughter of John D. Patterson. Mrs. Fimple died in August 1894. In 1889 Mr. Fimple was appointed law clerk in the department of the interior in the Harrison administration. He was appointed United States land commissioner in 1903, which position he resigned in 1906. In 1910 he was nominated and elected common pleas judge of the Carroll, Stark and Columbiana district, and soon became known as one of the ablest judges in the state. On May 7, 1915 he resigned his position on the bench to accept a partnership in the firm of Lynch and Day, in Canton, now know as Lynch, Day, Fimple, Pontius and Lynch. Judge Fimple was a Mason, Knight Templar, Shriner and a member of Knights of Pythias. He was also a member of the Canton club, congress lake club, Lakeside Shrine club, Stark-co, Ohio State and American Bar associations. His church affiliation was the Presbyterian. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jack Fishel, of Canton, and Mrs. John C. Morgan of Syracuse, N.Y; a brother Byron E. of Pueblo, Colorado; and a grandson, John Fimple Morgan. Judge Fimple was an able lawyer. He had a fine power of perception, analysis, thought and reason, together with the practical faculty of applying them to the case in hand, and the fight of clear, forcible and exact expression. He had an honest mind as well as an honest heart, which put the weight of his character behind whatever he did or said. Those who knew his unselfish readiness to be helpful to others can best understand that by his untiring and unremitting toil in caring for the welfare of his family, friends and client he was day by day sacrificing himself, never stopping to take an inventory of his own waning vitality. In the death of Judge Fimple the Stark-co Bar has lost one of its most distinguished members, one whose reputation was statewide and reflected honor upon the Bar; a lawyer who was loyal to his clients, a judge who was true to his trust, a man who was faithful to his family, and a devoted friend. Funeral services were held at the home in Canton on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. At three o'clock services [microfilm scratches] Presbyterian church by Rev. [microfilm scratches], of Wellsville, assisted by Rev. B. J. Yorke. Special music was rendered by Mrs. Charles E. Mills, of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Ferrell and Joseph Kerr. Acting pallbearers were Charles E. Mills, of Akron, Dr. R. T. Shipley, of Canton, and John H. Westfall, Roy E. Hendeerson, Ross A. McLaughlin and J. Howard Richards, of Carrollton. The honorary pallbearers were Judge U. C. DeFord of Youngstown and James B. Fiedler, I. H Blythe, V. G. Stoody, Judge James C. Oglevee, Judge R. E. McDonald, Judge J. C. Ferrall, H. J. Richards, Harry R. Kemerer, Jay Myers, John McFadden and George Tinlin, of Carrollton.