The Daily Telegram., March 01, 1916
The Daily Telegram., March 02, 1916, page 3
Of Mrs. N. S. Musgrave, of Stealey Heights, Dies at Plainfield, N. J.
Relatives here received word Wednesday that Mrs. Mary McClintock, aged 29 years, wife of James R. McClintock, of Plainfield, N. J., had died at a hospital there Tuesday night following a two weeks’ illness.
The body will arrive here at 10:01 o’clock Thursday morning on the Baltimore and Ohio passenger train No. 3, and the funeral party will go direct to the Odd Fellows’ Cemetery where the burial will be made.
Mrs. McClintock was a daughter of Mrs. N. W. Musgrave, of Stealey Heights and had a host of friends here who were shocked to hear of her death as it was not generally known that she was ill.
Surviving relatives of the deceased woman are James R. McClintock, of Plainfield, N. J., her husband; Mrs. N. W. Musgrave, her mother; and Misses Pauline and Elizabeth Musgrave, sisters. Her mother and sisters reside at Stealey Heights.
Mr. McClintock supervised the building of the plant of the Clarksburg Water Works and Sewerage Board here several weeks ago. He was connected with a New York concern at the time and was consulting engineer.
Mrs. Mary Musgrave McClintock Buried at Clarksburg
The West Virginian., March 02, 1916, page 10
Mrs. Mary Musgrave McClintock, wife of James R. McClintock whose death occurred in a hospital in Plainfield, N.J., was brought to Clarksburg this morning where interment was made in the Odd Fellows’ Cemetery.
Mrs. McClintock was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Musgrave and was a niece of Eli Musgrave of this city, where she had frequently visited.
Mrs. McClintock was taken ill two weeks ago at her home at Plainfield, N. J., and was removed to a hospital where her death occurred.