A McCormack DNA update – A strikeout!

I wanted to give everyone a DNA update. If I failed to announce it to everyone, the McCormack yDNA “project” results came in. Right now, “we” are in the R-DC9 haplogroup. We are awaiting more people to compare our results to. Our kit number is 436834.

What I really wanted to announce today for the McCormack yDNA “project” is that we struck out on our first attempt to find another branch of the Michael McCormack family. I need to give some background for this. About 4 or 5 years ago, I posted in an online Irish forum about my attempts to look for relatives of Michael. To my great amazement, someone from Ireland replied! Even better, he said his family was also from Kilkenny and lived there during the same time period that Michael did. We kept up the correspondence since then. Earlier this year, I finally got a yDNA test (Y37) and convinced my Irish friend to take it for me. In mid-October, FTDNA received the test. They said that it would be 4-7 weeks before our results would be posted. Well, last Thursday I got an email from FTDNA saying that our results were in and would be posted that day.

To start out, I had my Irish friend tested at the Y-37 level with the idea if that our results matched that we could always increase the testing level from 37 markers to 67 markers and beyond if necessary. I excitedly logoned to look at the results. As I looked at my friend’s results, my expression went from great anticipation to bitter disappointment. Well, by the 3rd marker our genetic distance, G.D., was 3. As I looked further at my friend’s results, the genetic distance only increased to a final result of 24. That is, “my” results only matched my Irish friend’s results at 13 out of 37 markers. I had put a lot of hope into the fact, or wish, that our results would match. My friend and I had talked many times about how we really thought that our families were related. So, when it turned out that we weren’t, I was “disappointed.”

I told my friend about it and he was just as disappointed as I was. He felt the same way that I did that our families were related. But as I explained to him, that sometimes you get results like this. Genealogy, especially genetic genealogy is not a guaranteed proposition. It was a roll of the dice and it didn’t payout this time. Both he and I are still working together to find Irish or non-Irish relatives for our respective families.

I am not sure what my next step will be in regards to DNA testing. There are two options that I can do right now. The first option would be to increased our testing level from Y67 to Y111. That would cost about $99. I am not exactly sure on what that would do to increase the number of matches for our results. The second option would be what is called the “Big Y” test. At the current time, it is an expensive test at about $475. The “Big Y” test would give us some finality to our haplogroup designation. As with increasing our testing level from Y67 to Y111, I am not sure what the “Big Y” test would do to increase the number of matches for our results.

I want to thank my Irish friend for agreeing to test for me. I hope that it works out for him. I also want to thank my McCormack cousin for agreeing to take a DNA test for me. I wouldn’t have been able to do this much without his cooperation.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope that you learned something!

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Important October Dates for the Clan of Michael McCormack

Each month, I like to take some time to remember some important events and an interesting tidbit or two in the lives of members of the Clan (Michael) McCormack for the month of October. I apologize for being so tardy in publishing this month’s family announcements!

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2 Oct 1933 Mildred Francis Boston was born. She was born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Mildred would be the future wife of Maurice “Doc” McCormack (the last of six sons of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. She would be the proud mother of a son and two daughters.

3 Oct 1880 Amos L. Woodbury was born in Lockport, Ohio (Rockport is located near Cleveland, Ohio). Amos would marry Grace Ellen McCormack (Coon). Amos was a florist and gardener in the St. Johns, Michigan area.

Amos L. Woodbury

Amos L. Woodbury

4 Oct 1996 Edith Marie (McCormack) Bird died. Edith was the second daughter and middle child or Henry and Minnie Myrtle (Van Wormer) McCormack. After WWII, her husband John C. Bird was in Japan for the reconstruction efforts. She was the proud mother of two sons and two daughters. While in Japan, Edith and John adopted two Japanese/American children.

Edith Marie McCormack

Edith Marie (McCormack) Bird

6 Oct 1858 Lura Grace Roys was born. She was born in Belleville, Michigan. She grew in Ypsilanti where she met and would later marry William E. McCormack. Lura was the proud mother of one daughter, Grace Ellen McCormack.

6 Oct 2002 Violet Cassie Ingleright died. She died in Niles, Michigan. Violet led an interesting life. She attended the University of Michigan as a music student. She was also a member of two “girl” groups, “Violet Joy and the Bluebelles” and “The Brickheads” all redhead girl band. As far as I have been able to determine, she was married three times. I have some indication that she may have been married a fourth time. I had the real pleasure to meet her one time. She told me a story about her maternal grandparents, Michael and Catherine that they only spoke (Irish) Gaelic behind closed doors and never in front of their children.

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Violet Cassie Ingleright

10 Oct 1849 Catherine Payne married James Steele. This is interesting because it was Catherine’s first marriage and it occurred in Dublin! We think that she was from County Cork. I’ve asked before if she was from County Cork, what was she doing in Dublin?

Catherine McCormack

Catherine (Payne) McCormack

10 Oct 1983 Frances Myrtle (Foster) Addy died. She was the wife of Robert Orrin Addy (grandson of Delilah Elizabeth McCormack). She was the proud mother of two children, one boy, and one girl.

11 Oct 1945 Robert Michael McCormack married Jewel Beatrice Hassell. They were married in Port Arthur, Texas. Robert was a “hotshot” WWII P-51 Mustang pilot. According to one of their sons, the picture was taken sometime in 1970.

 

Bob & Jewel @ 1970

Robert Michael & Jewel Beatrice (Hassell) McCormack

 

12 Oct 1992 Gertrude “Betty” Jeanette (McCormack) Waltz died. She died in Reno, Nevada. Betty was the second child of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. When she was a young lady, Betty was a lifeguard. After her time as a lifeguard came to an end, she married Charles W. Waltz in Jan 1940. She then became the proud mother of three sons and one daughter.

Betty J McCormack Waltz

Gertrude “Betty” J. McCormack Waltz

13 Oct 1854 Delilah Elizabeth McCormack was born. She was born in Kentucky. Delilah was the oldest daughter of Michael and Catherine (Payne) McCormack. The family story about Delilah is that she was born when her mother, Catherine stopped to visit her brother in Harrodsburg. Preliminary research suggests that she might have been named after her mother’s sister-in-law. She was the proud mother of six children, unfortunately of which only two survived childhood.

13 Oct 1985 Donald James McCormack died in Mio, Michigan. Donald was the middle child and son of Edward and Elizabeth (Rohr) McCormack. For most of his life, Don was a local farmer and logger. Unfortunately, he never married or had any children.

14 Oct 1896 Frank J. McCormack married Cora Anna Baldwin. They got married in Janesville, Wisconsin. Cora was from Janesville. I don’t have any evidence to support this theory, but I think that Frank and Cora met and married because of Frank’s sister, Delilah lived in Janesville during the mid-1880’s. Of the happy couple, I only have a picture of the lovely bride.

 

Cora Baldwin (Master - Preview)

Cora Ann (Baldwin) McCormack

 

20 Oct 1864 Hilmar N. Nilsen was born. He was born somewhere in Norway. He emigrated to the United States as a young man sometime in 1886 and was naturalized in May 1897.

26 Oct 1925 William “Bill” D. McCormack was born in Reno, Nevada. His parents were Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. He would later marry Suzanne Mae Smith in Jan 1947. He would be the proud father of two sons and a daughter.

william-d-mccormack

William D. McCormack

27 Oct 1921 Smith Addy died. Smith was the husband of Delilah Elizabeth McCormack. He died in Schenectady, New York. He had worked for the American Locomotive Company. He had been born near Leeds, England.

27 Oct 1953 Leon Ray Ingleright died. Leon was the first of four Inglerights to bear that name. He died in his hometown of Niles, Michigan. He was born in Berrien Springs, Michigan. He attended medical school in Chicago, IL and became a physician in 1901. An interesting note is that he was the attending physician for his sister-in-law, Minnie when her son, Charles Barnes died. So far, I only have one vague picture of Leon.

 

Leon Ray Ingleright, MD.

Dr. Leon R. Ingleright

 

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I would like to remind everyone that there is a lot more to the people listed here than what I have written. If you have anything you would like to add about any of these people, please feel free to contact me. You can also talk on your own about any of these people that you know.

I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you learned something!

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P.S. If you see anything that needs correcting, please let me know! Thanks again!

An interesting find?

One of the many resources that I have come to rely on is FamilySearch.org. Last night, I was checking the hints on the FamilySearch app and came across a hint involving Michael, Catherine, and William. It came from the Kentucky Births and Christenings, 1838-1960 database.

William's Christening?

I see several things wrong with this record.

1.) Michael and William’s last name is spelled as McCommock instead of either McCormick or McCormack.

2.) Catherine’s name is spelled as Cate. I have seen Kate before but not Cate. Those are relatively minor with the last name spelling of Michael and William being a tad greater than the spelling of his mother’s first name.

3.) The big thing for me is the alleged birthplace of William. On this record, it states that William was born on 9 Jul 1853 (which matches everything else I have) in Mercer (County), Kentucky. I have at least two records stating that William (my great-grandfather) was born and baptized in Kilkenny, Ireland. I have a marriage record showing that Michael and Catherine were married 26 Sep 1853 in Kilkenny. I also have an immigration or ship’s manifest that mentions Michael and Catherine and also says that there is an infant (William) with them. It is dated 5 Oct 1853 leaving from Liverpool, England and arriving in New Orleans, Louisiana on 21 Nov 1853.

While I was on the FamilySearch website, I was asked if this record was a match. I said no for many of the reasons that I stated above. I also said that if this record was for William’s Christening, it would change things for me. I don’t know if I would say that this record would be a match or not.

The one big thing that I can take away from this record if all the people involved are “my” people, is that it would tend to confirm that Michael, Catherine, and William stopped in (Mercer County,) Kentucky. What is important about this is that family lore says that those three stopped in (Harrodsburg or) Kentucky to visit Catherine’s brother. This record would tend to confirm that story. What I have to do now is find a record that I can look at that show the same information I found on this record.

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you learn something.

September Dates for the Clan Michael McCormack

I would like to take some time to remember some important events and an interesting tidbit or two in the lives of members of the Clan (Michael) McCormack for the month of September.

1 Sep 1824 Michael McCormack was born. As far as I know, Michael was from County Kilkenny. Or at least I think he was. My evidence is skimpy at best. What I do know is that he married Catherine (Payne) Steele in (the city of) Kilkenny at St. Mary’s Church and that his first son and child, William E. was born in Kilkenny. Also, from his marriage certificate that I show below, his father was identified as Patrick McCormack, a farmer.

Michael McCormack

Michael McCormack

2 Sep 1995 – Lois Elizabeth VanMeter died. She died in Sparks, Nevada. She was the second wife of James Archer McCormack, Sr. They married in 1979. Unfortunately, I have no picture of Lois.

2 Sep 1895 – Lura Grace Roys died. Lura was the first wife of William E. McCormack, my (paternal) great-grandfather. She died in Otter Lake, Michigan quite possibly at her home on Detroit Street. While she was alive, she and William had one child, a daughter Grace Ellen McCormack. She was born in Belleville, Michigan and got married to William in Ypsilanti, Michigan on 29 Nov 1883. I also don’t have a picture of Lura.

4 Sep 1923 – Jewel Beatrice Hassell was born. Jewel was the wife of the late Robert M. McCormack. Robert was the son of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. Jewel was born and grew up in Port Arthur, Texas.

Jewel Hassell McCormack in her wedding dress

18 Sep 2007 – Robert Michael McCormack died. He died in Laurel, Mississippi where he was a long time resident. Robert was the son of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. Robert was the proud father of three sons. He was a veteran of WWII and the Korean War. In WWII, he flew P-51 Mustangs.

Robert Michael McCormack

Robert Michael McCormack

23 Sep 1928 – Ethel Rebecca McCormack was born. Ethel was the daughter of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. She was born in Reno, Nevada as were several of her brothers and sisters. In 1950, she married Raymond Louis Tougeron, Sr. They later became the proud parents of three sons and a daughter. She is another one of the “West Coast” McCormacks that have a very happy smile!

Ethel Rebecca

Ethel Rebecca McCormack Tougeron

25 Sep 2012 – Richard Curtis Ford died. Richard, or as I called him, Uncle Dick, was my uncle. He and my dad were twins. His parents were Aubrey and Alta (McCormack) Ford. He went to school at Michigan Technological University located in Houghton, Michigan for a year or two. After Houghton where he began his lifelong career in forestry, he and his young family moved out to the state of Washington in the great Pacific Northwest. In 1986, I got out of the Army and drove up to his house outside of Port Angeles, Washington where I spent the summer lounging on his deck.

Richard C. Ford

Richard “Dick” Curtis Ford

26 Sep 1853 – Michael McCormack married Catherine (Payne), Steele. This union of these two people began the McCormack clan as I know it. For Michael, it was his first marriage. For Catherine, it was her second.

Michael & Catherine

Michael & Catherine McCormack

Marriage Certificate 1 - Michael & Catherine

Marriage certificate for Michael and Catherine

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I would like to remind everyone that there is a lot more to the people listed here than what I have written. If you have anything you would like to add about any of these people, please feel free to contact me. You can also talk on your own about any of these people that you know. I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you learned something!

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P.S. If you see anything that needs correcting, please let me know! Thanks again!

 

August Dates for the Clan Michael McCormack

I would like to take some time to remember some important events and an interesting tidbit or two in the lives of members of the Clan Michael McCormack for the month of August. I apologize for being SO late in publishing this post.

1 Aug 1914 – Ethel Davis married Henry Peacock McCormack. They were married in the city of Sacramento, California. They became the proud parents of seven boys and three girls.

HP & Ethel

Henry Peacock & Ethel (Davis) McCormack

9 Aug 1913 – Catherine (Payne) McCormack died in Otter Lake, Michigan. Her husband, Michael had died the previous November. I am not sure where she was born. Family lore suggested County Cork, Ireland.

Catherine McCormack

Catherine (Payne) McCormack

11 Aug 1999 – Arthur Willard Farrell died in Englewood, Florida. Arthur was the husband of Ruth Eleanor McCormack. He was the proud father of a son and daughter.

Art in Havana

Arthur W. Farrell in Havana

11 Aug 1923 – Phyllis Louise Trevellyan was born. She was the wife of Robert Orrin Addy. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. She and Robert are the proud parents of three daughters. I do have a picture of Phyllis, but it is not a very good picture so I don’t want to use it.

16 Aug 2007 – Nella Mae McCormack died. Nella was the third daughter of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. She was the proud mother of three boys.

 

Nella Mae McCormack Lowney

Nella Mae McCormack

 

22 Aug 1998 – Gerald “Mac” Milton McCormack died. He died in Bellingham, Washington. When he died, he left his wife Elizabeth “Libby” Lee (Heaton), McCormack. He was the proud father of four sons and one daughter. One of his sons was a very successful attorney who wrote a very good book about his parent’s genealogy. One thing that I learned about Gerald from his son’s book, that he was a mechanical engineering genius.

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Gerald “Mac” McCormack

22 Aug 1926 – Margaret Williams Murphy married Leon Ray “Doc” Ingleright II. They were married in South Bend, Indiana the home of Notre Dame University.

24 Aug 1903 – Leon Ray “Doc” Ingleright II was born. Leon was born in Rose City, Michigan where his father was an aspiring doctor. He later ran a successful pharmacy in Eau Clare, Michigan. He also was a prominent local politician. In 1949, he was the village president of Eau Clare.

 

Leon Doc Ingleright II

Leon Ray “Doc” Ingleright II

 

26 Aug 1874 – Lavina Jane (Hemingway) McCormack was born in Otter Lake, Michigan. Her parents were Ernest Needham and Ann (Harris) Hemingway. Lavina was the proud mother of three children and one step-daughter.

 

Lavina and daughter Ruth

Lavina J. McCormack and daughter Ruth about 1908.

 

26 Aug 1863 – Henry McCormack was born. Like all of his brothers, except for his older brother William, Henry was born in London, Ontario, Canada. When he grew up, he became a successful merchant beginning in Ypsilanti, Au Sable and finally Ithaca. He was first married to Minnie Myrtle Van Wormer in 1890 and they later had two daughters and one son. After the death of his first wife, he married the former Margaret (Iseman) Naugle in 1920.

Henry McCormack

a young Henry McCormack

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I would like to remind everyone that there is a lot more to the people listed here than what I have written. If you have anything you would like to add about any of these people, please feel free to contact me. You can also talk on your own about any of these people that you know. I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you learned something!

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P.S. If you see anything that needs correcting, please let me know! Thanks again!

New Henry McCormack photos

One nice thing about having an Ancestry.com account is that with their hints you sometimes can get some very good information. The other day I logged onto my Ancestry account and found that I had several new hints and the following pictures were among them. I wrote to the person to thank them for uploading and sharing them.

The first two pictures I have never seen before. The last one another cousin had previously shared with me.

Henry and Margaret (Iseman) McCormack

Henry and Margaret (Iseman-Naugle) McCormack

That is a very good picture of Henry and Margaret, his second wife. Since Henry died in 1951, I think that this picture was taken sometime in the 1940s.

McCormack House - Ithaca (Front)(B&W)

The Henry McCormack house of Ithaca, MI.

At this time, I don’t know who the two people are on the front porch. It would be helpful to know when this picture was taken.

This is the photo that I already had. 

McCormack House - Ithaca (Side)(B&W)

A side view of the Henry McCormack house in Ithaca, MI.

The people on the lawn are Edith Marie McCormack Bird and her daughter. Given that information, that would make this picture taken in the early 1930s. 

I am very thankful that the person from Ancestry decided to upload and share his photos. If they hadn’t, I would have never seen the first two pictures. 

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you learned something new!

July Dates for the Clan McCormack, Pt. II

Thank you for waiting for my second installment of my July Dates for the family of Michael and Catherine McCormack.

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I would like to take some time to remember some important events and an interesting tidbit or two in the lives of members of the Clan McCormack for the month of July.

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19 Jul 1899 – Katherine Fidelia McCormack married Leon Ray Ingleright, MD. in Lapeer, Michigan. These are my only two pictures of the happy couple. The first picture was taken from another photo that featured Katherine’s parents and her daughter, Violet. The second photo is a composite that I made from the McCormack Family Reunion picture. Katherine and Leon would stay married to each other until Leon’s untimely death in Oct 1953. They would be the proud parents of two children, Violet Cassie and Leon Ray Ingleright, Jr.

Leon Ray Ingleright, MD.

Leon Ray Ingleright, MD.

Aunt Katherine

Katherine Fidelia (McCormack) Ingleright

19 Jul 1972 Violet Cassie Ingleright was married to Neil McMillan. It was Violet’s third marriage. It was Neil’s second marriage. His first wife died in 1971. I have no pictures of Neil. He was also the first Scottish member of the extended McCormack family since he was born in Dalry, Scotland.

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Violet Cassie Ingleright

21 Jul 1910 Daniel Dacanay Asprin was born in Binalonan, Pangasinan, Philippines. I don’t know much about Daniel other than he was a machinist for most of his life.

Daniel Asprin

Daniel Dacanay Asprin

23 Jul 1891 – Aubrey Benton Ford was born in Salisbury, Missouri. He is my grandfather. In 1932, he married Alta Lyleth McCormack. A couple of years later, they became the proud parents of a baby girl, my aunt. Then a few years after that, my father and uncle were born. From what I have been told, he was frequently absent from my father’s life. Because of that fact, he and my grandmother were divorced in 1954. Because he died a couple of years after I was born, I was never able to meet him.

Aubrey Ford

Aubrey B. Ford 1960

24 Jul 2006 – Jimmie David Keen died in Reno, Nevada. Yes, that is her name. According to one of her daughters, she was named after her father, James David Keen. She married James Archer McCormack in May 1944. James and Jimmie were the proud parents of three daughters and a son. An interesting story is that I was told is that the happy couple was married in Nueces, Texas by a Jewish Rabbi. But the most interesting part is that neither the groom or the bride were Jewish!

Jimmie D. Keen McCormack

Jimmie D. Keen on her wedding day

24 Jul 1867 – Elizabeth Jane Rohr was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Elizabeth is one of my favorite McCormack family members to write about. Once again, please use the search function to look for some of the past articles that I have written about her. Her life is absolutely amazing to me. In brief, she was pregnant with her sixth child when her husband, Edward J. McCormack died. During this time, she and Edward were already parents of four boys and girls. After that, she became the owner of a general store in Mio. Then, when she should’ve been enjoying her “retirement”, she “adopted” her two granddaughters when their mother died unexpectedly and their father was unable to raise them. That is why she is one of my favorite McCormacks to write about.

Elizabeth J. Rohr McCormack

Elizabeth (Rohr) McCormack behind one of the counters of her general store

25 Jul 1909 – Pauline Pearl Humphrey was born in North Star township in Gratiot County, Michigan. I don’t know much at all about her early life. But in Jun 1928, she married the only son of Henry and (the late) Minnie (Van Wormer) McCormack, Charles Harold McCormack. Pauline and Harold were the proud parents of two sons and a daughter. She survived her husband by living an additional thirteen years.

Pauline McCormack

Pauline Pearl (Humphrey) McCormack

26 Jul 2008 – William A. Gould died. William, the name as I knew him as died for reasons that I haven’t quite understood. What I understand is that he was quite ill the last few years of his life. I remember visiting him when I was growing up. He was a very good guy. He’s one of those people that you are sorry you missed saying goodbye to.

27 Jul 1922 – Dorothy Ellen Wade was born in Grants Pass, Oregon. When Dorothy grew up, she would marry the eldest son of the “West Coast” McCormack clan, Henry Davis McCormack. She and Henry would become the proud parents of three daughters and a son. I have written a few times about Dorothy and the beautiful smile that you see below. Please use the search function to find out more about her.

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Dorothy Ellen (Wade) McCormack

28 Jul 1919 – Elizabeth “Libby” Lee Heaton was born in Billings, Montana. What I have learned about Libby is all from a self-published book by one of her four sons. One thing that I learned by reading her son’s book was that her father served in the U.S. Army during World War I in France. Her parents were unfortunately divorced when she was two years old and never saw her father again. When she was about 23 years old, she married Gerald Milton McCormack, one of the many sons of Henry Peacock and Ethel (Davis) McCormack. She and Gerald became the proud parents of four sons and one daughter. One of her prouder moments was the success of one of her sons. He was a prominent attorney where he lived, One of the highlights of his life was the time that he argued a case before the Supreme Court of the United States of America.

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Elizabeth “Libby” (Heaton) McCormack

29 Jul 1991 – Charles Harold McCormack died in Alma, Michigan. Charles was the youngest child of Henry and (the late) Minnie (Van Wormer) McCormack. He had two older sisters, Lucille Mae and Edith Marie. This first picture is of Harold and his two sisters. I believe it was taken at their uncle Will’s (William E. McCormack) house in Otter Lake, Michigan. The second photo is one that I have no information at this time about. It looks like it was taken an official function.

 

The Henry McCormack Children

The three Henry McCormack children, Edith Marie, Lucille Mae and Charles Harold.

 

C. Harold McCormack (B&W)

Charles Harold McCormack

30 Jul 1932 – Alta Lyleth McCormack married Aubrey Benton Ford. Please see my above entry for Aubrey Ford.

31 Jul 1984 – Kathryn Elizabeth “Betty” (Coon) Miller died in Dewitt, Michigan. I wish I had something to say about “Betty” but I don’t. All I know about her is that she was married twice and had at least one child (the one in the below picture).

Betty and Patty

Kathryn Elizabeth “Betty” (Coon) Miller

 

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I would like to remind everyone that there is a lot more to the people listed here than what I have written. If you have anything you would like to add about any of these people, please feel free to contact me. You can also talk on your own about any of these people that you know. I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

I also would like to thank my many McCormack relatives that contributed the photos that you are able to enjoy.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you learned something!

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P.S. If you see anything that needs correcting, please let me know! Thanks again!