Romina Placeway Fagan and her husband, Thomas Fagan had one known child, a daughter, Alice E. Fagan. Romina died 18 February 1927 at Avon Park, Highland County, Florida. An obituary appeared in the "Pinckney Dispatch" Feb 23, 1927 issue and read: Mrs. Romina Placeway died at Avon Park, Florida, Feb 18. She was the daughter of the late William Placeway, a pioneer settler of this section who owned the farm on M-49, now the property of Arthur Shehan. She was the last surviving member of the family, her brothers William, Joseph, Samuel and her twin sister, Mrs. Rosina Mercer all having passed to the great beyond. She was born Jan 25, 1840 (sic 1847) having just passed her 81st birthday. Funeral and burial were held at Avon Park, Florida. The survivors are, one daughter, Alice Fagan of Kalamazoo and several nieces and nephews.
01.) The 1870 Federal Census of Hamburg Township, Livingston County, Michigan, page 15, Line 32:
Thomas Fagan, age 28, b. MI., head of household
Romina Ann, wife, age 23, b. MI
Alice, dau., age 3, b. MI
02.) The 1880 Federal Census of Hamburg Township, Livingston County, Michigan,
Vol 16, E.D. 187, Sht 4, Line 19:
Thomas Fegin, age 35, b. MI., head of household
Romina, wife, age 33, b. MI
Alice, dau., age 13, b. MI
03.) The obituary of Romina (Placeway Fagan) found in the "Pinckney Dispatch" Feb. 23, 1927 issue.