Here are the December birthdays that happened in the Michael McCormack family.
Last Name, First & Mid Name Birth Date Birth Place
Barnes, Charles Harold 7 Dec 1898 Saginaw, Michigan
Charles was the first child of Maria “Minnie” McCormack and Charles Eli Barnes. He was my first cousin twice removed. You can read more about him at my blog posts, “Wednesday’s Child – Charles Harold Barnes” and “Happy Birthday, Charles Harold Barnes!”
Crain, Depsy Ann 2 Dec 1941 Placer, California
Depsy is the wife of a third cousin who is still alive and therefore I don’t wish to name him. You can learn more about Depsy at my Find-A-Grave memorial for her.
Davis, Ethel 3 Dec 1892 Anderson, California
Ethel was the wife of Henry Peacock McCormack, the son of John Michael McCormack. Henry was my first cousin twice removed. Ethel was the mother of six sons and four daughters. You can read more about Ethel at my blog posts, “Happy Birthday, Ethel Davis McCormack!” and “Wordless Wednesday – Mom at the beach!”
Dorstewitz, Edward James 28 Dec 1948
Benton Harbor, Michigan
Edward was a Vietnam War veteran who died of Cancer due to exposure to Agent Orange. He was married to a third cousin who is still alive and therefore I don’t wish to name her. You can learn more about Edward at my Find-A-Grave memorial for him.
Farrell, Arthur Willard 16 Dec 1903 Marinette, Wisconsin
McCormack, Donald James 9 Dec 1894
Donald was the third child of Edward James McCormack and Elizabeth Jane Dimick. He was a corporal in the US Army during WWI. You can see his more about Donald at my Find-A-Grave memorial for him. He was my first cousin twice removed.
McCormack, John Michael 22 Dec 1896
John Michael was second son and child of John Michael and Gertrude Angeline (Peacock) McCormack. John, unfortunately, died on the day of his birth. It isn’t known if he was born alive and died sometime after birth or if he was stillborn. You can see more at my Find-A-Grave memorial for him.
Happy belated birthday to those whose birthdays have passed and happy birthday to the rest!
Thanks for stopping and reading this post. I hope you learned something new about the McCormack family.