I cannot find Annie Campbell on my list, but will add her.
Do you mind sending me her date of death for my list? (And any other info you'd like me to include)
I did however find many Noonans. Remember my list is for the old cemeterty only. I dopn';tm compile info from the current cemetery that was dedicated about Oct-Nov 1911
The info follows below:
Alice Noonan ― Mrs. Michael Noonan
Pallbearers: William Barrick, John McDonald, Thomas Maher, John M. Burke, John Dougherty and Frederick Stein.
Flowers: Elizabeth Beller, Virgie Burke and L. R. Houser.
Sources: WBT 16-Jul-1907
Obituary: WBT (Jul 16): “Mrs. Michael Noonan, aged 44 years, died at 5:30 this morning at her home on Franklin Street of lung trouble. Besides her husband she is survived by the following children of a former marriage: Patrick, Michael, William, Leo and Bridget Kelly. Funeral will take place Thursday, with services at St. Vincent’s Cemetery.” WBT (Jul 19): “The funeral of Mrs. Alice Noonan took place from the family home on Franklin street.”
Pallbearers: Michael Farrell, Daniel O'Rourke, James Cochran, James Connell, Arthur Price, Samuel Bird.
Sources: WBTL 10-Jun-1911
Obituary: WBTL (Jun-10): “The funeral of Dennis Noonan who was instantly killed in the Gaylord Mines on Wednesday afternoon just as his day's work was completed was held this morning … from his late home on Gould Street. The remains were laid to rest in St. Vincent's Cemetery.”
Note: In 1896, 19 year old Dennis Noonan eloped with 17 year old Annie Lord to Binghamton, New York, where they intended to marry. Dennis’s father, John Noonan, sent a telegram to the chief of police in an effort to stop the marriage but the telegraph arrived too late, after the couple had wed. During the Spanish-American War, Dennis Noonan served as a Private in Co. E of Pennsylvania's Ninth Infantry Regiment. He enrolled on June 24, 1898 and was mustered out with his company on Oct. 29, 1898. In the 1910 census, he lived at 200 Gould Street and was a tracklayer in the Gaylord mine until his death in 1911.
Source: WBT 8-Oct-1898
Obituary: WBT (Oct 8): “Frances [sic], the eleven months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Noonan of Cherry Street, died this morning of cholera infantum. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Interment will be made in Welsh Hill cemetery.”
Source: WBTL 2-Jan-1909
Obituary: WBTL (Jan 2): “Mr. and Mrs. James Noonan, of Gould Street, received a sad and sorrowful New Year's greeting yesterday in the death of their son, James, a six-weeks old child, who they found dead in bed when they had awakened yesterday morning … interment in St. Vincent's Cemetery.”
Died: March 3, 1899
Sources: WBT 03-Mar-1899, 4-Apr-1899 and 2-Jul-1902
Obituary: WBT (Mar 3): “John Noonan is critically ill of pneumonia at his home on Eno Street.” WBT (Mar 11): “The death of John Noonan occurred at 7 a.m. Friday, Mar. 3, at his home on Eno Street in Plymouth. The deceased had been ill for the past two weeks but did not give up his work until a week ago to-day, when he took the bed. A physician was summoned and found him suffering from pleurisy and pneumonia. The prospects for his recovery, however, seemed hopeful until Wednesday, when a turn for the worse developed and he continued to grow weaker until death came at the time mentioned. The deceased was 43 years of age and had been a resident of Plymouth for the past ten years. Prior to moving here he had been a resident of Warrior Run. He had many friends who will regret to hear of his death. Deceased is survived by his wife and the following children: Michael, John, John Jr., Robert, Dennis, James, Cornelius, Terrance, Annie, Katie, and Mary Noonan, one brother, Michael Noonan, at Plymouth, and three sisters, Mrs. John Sabine, of New York, Misses Katy and Mary, of Australia. Mrs. Sabine arrived from New York today.” WBT (Jul 2): “The Orphans Court has appointed Michael Noonan guardian of Lawrence, Mary, Cornelius and Katie Noonan, children of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Noonan.”
Mrs. John Noonan
Sources: WBT 08-Jan-1900 & 09-Jan-1900
Obituary: WBT (Jan 7): “Mrs. John Noonan died very suddenly last evening at 6:15 at her home, corner of Eno and Willow streets. The cause of her death is supposed to be heart trouble … the deceased was 39 years of age and had been a resident of this place for a number of years. She moved here from Warrior Run. The case is a particularly sad on as she buried her husband about one year ago and she had a large family of children, a number of them quite young. They are as follo9ws: Michael, Dennis, John, James, Annie, Robert, Katie, Lawrence, Cornelius, and Mary, all of this place...” WBT (Jan 9): “The funeral of Mrs. John Noonan was held this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from he late home on Eno Street … the remains were interred in St. Vincent’s Cemetery.”
I hope this helps,