Burt Plummer, who lives, retired at Jamestown, is a substantial and highly respected citizen of Cambria County.
He was born in Summerhill Township, Cambria County, in 1865, the son of Michael and Millie Plummer, both deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Plummer are buried at Wilmore.
Burt Plummer grew up on his father's farm and attended the district schools. He followed mining for many years
and about 1915 became interested in the hotel business at Jamestown, where he was actively engaged until his retirement
in 1925. Mr. Plummer is a stockholder in the Keystone Grocery Company, a chain of groceries with headquarters in
Pittsburgh, Pa., and owns several pieces of property in Jamestown.
On May 16, 1913, Mr. Plummer was united in marriage with Mrs. Irene (Maxwell) Seabolt, the widow of John Seabolt.
She was born in Washington Township, Cambria County, Oct. 29, 1866, the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Maxwell,
both deceased. The former was a native of Ireland and a pioneer settler of Cambria County. By her first marriage
Mrs. Plummer had the following children: Michael, Chester, Catherine, both deceased; Mary, Genevieve, Francis,
Brady and John Patrick.
Mr. Plummer is a Republican and a member of the Catholic Church. lie is well known throughout the community, where
he has spent his entire life.
History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania
By: John E. Gable
Historical Publishing Company
Cambria County Pennsylvania Biographies
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