The Michael G. McCormick HomepageUpdated October 3, 2004
| William McCormick & Mary Crenigan 3G Bishopstown, Co. Westmeath.
They had at least six children: Thomas ca.1809, Patrick ca. 1814, Michael ca. 1817, James ca. 1823, Mary and Anna.
All But Mary, came to NYC from between 1835 and 1870. Mary stayed in Bishopstown, married Patrick Finn and their descendants are half in Westmeath and half in Australia.
Michael married Catherine Fallon, the daughter of James Fallon and Jane Dillon, around 1839. They had 5 children: Mary Jane 1840, Ann Elizabeth 1842, Catherine Teresa 1844, Josephine Louisa 1848 and William P. McCormick 1850. All in Manhattan.
Mary Jane married Daniel Kelly on Nov. 9, 1858 in Brooklyn. Daniel was born in Canada. Both Daniel and his brother, Joseph were Blacksmith/Moulder by trade. They had their first child, Joseph, in 1859. In 1860, Daniel, Mary Jane and Joseph were living in Brooklyn with Flora age 56, and Cornelius Kelly, age 58, believed to be Daniel's parents as they were the only Kellys born in Ireland and were age appropriate. Also in that home was Daniel's brother Joseph and Mary Jane's sister Ann E. McCormick
Catherine Teresa married Edward Harrison on July 9,1863 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Edward was born in Wales. Their daughter Mary was born ca. 1865.
Josephine Louisa married Daniel McCarthy/McCarty June 24, 1867 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Daniel was born in Co. Kerry, Ire. He was a shoemaker by trade.
At least four children were born by 1875. Catherine Teresa in 1868 , Mary Elizabeth in 1870.
A son, Florence was born in 1871. In 1874 Ellen J. was born.
Peter McDermott was born in Boyle, Co. Roscommon, Ireland ca. 1810. His son John states that he arrived in 1860. He married Ann Trumble, the daughter of Thomas Trumble, in Ireland. Some of their children were Bridget, Cecilia, John, Ellen, Thomas and James.
Thomas McDermott was married on June 9, 1875 to Christina Kelly . They had a son, John, born ca. 1876. Christina died April 5, 1894 in a City Hospital. John McDermott married Elizabeth Hanley and had three children; Mary Loretta (Mamie), Catherine (Kitty) and William McDermott. Mamie and her husband Frederick Webster had five children; Grace Meyer, Edna Quinn, and Fred, all of New Hyde Park, Walter and William Webster.
Bridget McDermott married 1Thomas Dempsey. They had five children Margaret, Mary, Agnes, Catherine and 2Thomas. Bridget died in 1907, in Manhattan. Margaret married Hugh Carroll. Mary married Frank Herrick, Agnes married William Hance on Nov.26,1903. They had a son George, a NYC police officer, two other sons Cornelius and William and a daughter Marion Agnes.
In NYC & Ire.: McDonald, Brown.
In Co. Donegal & Brooklyn: McFadden.
MY GERMAN LINES:
I had to remove my 5 family trees for 2 reasons:
They were very far behind and I have to update them. Second, it appears that many people just copied the information without offering to share their research with me. Some of these lines went to the 1600's and were traced to 2000. I started this in the 1970's from a copy of a document presented to my g-grandparents, by the Nazis (with a seal), that documented 3 generations to prove that they were not Jewish. I often wondered what would have happened if the parish had a fire prior to this and the records were destroyed?
So here are the surnames and areas until I can republish the trees updated and in a safer format.
Some Direct Surnames: Schuessler, Wolff, Weis, Kraus, Burkhardt,Rittger, Nebel, Oberle, Christ, Korb, Stegman, Buettner, Happel, Lang, Wissman, Vormwald, Heun, Sherf, Zoeller, Bickert, Ebert, Eurich and their variants.
In Eichelsbach,Rossbach, Sulzbach, Kleinwallstadt, Aschaffenburg, Obernau, Dornau and surrounding; Bayern, Germany.
Michael G. McCormick
, New York United States
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