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MCCORMICK Family HistoryThis name, with variant spellings MacCormack, Cormick etc., is an Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic (Scottish and Irish) patronymic MacCormaig i.e., "son of Cormac", a personal name from the early Celtic "corb-mac" meaning "chariot lad" or "charioteer". The Scottish family is a branch of Buchanan - MacCormick of MacLaine and the surname first appears on record in Scotland towards the mid 12th Century, (see below). In Ireland, the name is widely distributed throughout the four provinces with a leading sept residing in the Fermanagh - Longford area.
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Any information on John McCormick died before January 1884 ,Listed as stone cutter on son Isaacs two wedding registration and a clerk on his widows death registration. Wife Ellen Jane (Eliza) McCormick died 5 January 1884 ,57 Lindsay Street Belfast aged 60yrs. Buried in son Isaacs family plot Movilla cemetery Newtownards. Son Isaac McCormick , blacksmith, died 20 August 1896 ,42 Raby Street Belfast,aged 52yrs . Many thanks
Looking for information on Catherine (Crosby) McCormick, born in Ireland June 24, 1820, family records indicate in county Cork. She immigrated to Canada in 1869 (Cdn 1891 census, shows her as widowed), died in Montreal Quebec June 1902 AND James McCormick likely also from Cork and possibly born 1819. AND birth records of their daughter Mary McCormick, born in Ireland 23 May 1855 also likely in Cork.
Michael J McCormick 11/1953
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