|MARRIAGE*|| ||Catharina McCauley married Jacobo Cochran. |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Cochran. |
F, #3721, d. 1840
|MARRIAGE*||18 January 1826 ||Nancy McClendon married Hardy Hart, son of Marmaduke Hart and Mourning Collum, on 18 January 1826.1 |
|Death*||1840 ||She died in 1840.1 |
|Married Name||18 January 1826 || As of 18 January 1826,her married name was Hart.1 |
- [S512] Bob Bridger, "Bridger," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2003.
|MARRIAGE*||16 March 1827 ||Eliza McConnell married Thomas Shore Stamps, son of William Stamps and Jane Shore, on 16 March 1827 at Paris, Bourbon, KY.1 |
|Note*|| ||She The name "Sandage" is associated with her. Possible a first marriage. |
|Married Name||16 March 1827 || As of 16 March 1827,her married name was Stamps. |
- [S494] Laura Glass, "Laura Woodrough Glass correspondence", This is taken from information assembled by LWG. Individual sources will be mentioned in each item.
My source for the THOMAS SHORE information was Marshall SHORE, who has done
extensive research on the SHORE ancestors; also, received information from
Tommy Wiggins, a descendant, on Jane Shore Morin and William STAMPS, and Sue Moore, another descendant of Jane Shore & James MORIN.
But Marshall Shore was the main source of info.
Homer J. McCorvey
Mary Pope McCoy
- [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.
Dr. Willian Budd McCullough
Hannah Cook McCullough
F, #302, b. 6 November 1760, d. 1818
|Birth*||6 November 1760 ||Hannah Cook McCullough was born on 6 November 1760 at Bloomsbury, Warren, NJ. |
| ||She was the daughter of Benjamin McCullough. |
|MARRIAGE*||1779 ||She married Jacob Piatt, son of John Piatt and Frances Van Vliet Wycoff, in 1779 at Essex, NJ. |
|Burial*||1818 ||She was buried in 1818 at Spring Grove. |
|Death*||1818 ||She died in 1818 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. |
|Married Name||1779 || As of 1779,her married name was Piatt. |
- A researcher working for Mick, Joan and Mark found the name Malachy. She declared that Alex is not short for Malachy. She felt that Alex could be a transcription error as it would have been an unusual name for the place and time.
Alice C McDermott
Charles Everett McDermott
M, #1049, b. 20 June 1920
|Birth*||20 June 1920 ||Charles Everett McDermott was born on 20 June 1920. |
| ||He was the son of Harold E McDermott Sr and Rega A McNeil. |
|MARRIAGE*||1948 ||He married Evelyn L Leamer in 1948. |
|Biography*|| || Charles Everett, born June 20, 1920; graduated from Holstein High|
School, Wayne State College and Creighton University,
Omaha. Everett served in the Army Air Corps
throughout World War II as a navigator and
bombardier on a B-29 in the Asia-Pacific theatre.
Everett was awarded two Distinguished Flying Crosses
and an Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters. He practiced law in Wayne, Nebraska.
Earl P McDermott
Ellen M McDermott
M, #240, b. 30 December 1933, d. 18 November 2016
MICK MC DERMOTT
|Birth*||30 December 1933 ||Harold McDermott was born on 30 December 1933 at Holstein, IA. |
| ||He was the son of Harold E McDermott Sr and Rega A McNeil. |
|Obituary*||18 November 2016 ||Obnituary of Harold McDermott was Harold E. “Mick” McDermott, 82, of Sioux City passed away Friday, November 18, 2016 at the Holy Spirit Retirement Home.|
Services will be at 10:30 A.M. Monday, November 28, 2016 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church with Father Daniel Rupp and Father Thomas McDermott, Mick’s nephew officiating. Visitation will be from 3:00 – 8:00 P.M. Sunday, November 27, 2016 with the family present from 4:00 – 8:00 P.M. There will be a rosary recited by the 3rd Degree Knights of Columbus at 4:00 P.M. Sunday and a Vigil service at 7:00 P.M. followed by a Chalice Service by the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus all at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery. Online condolences may be given at www.meyerbroschapels.com.
Mick was born December 30, 1933 in Holstein, Iowa, the son of Harold and Rega (O’Neil) McDermott. He graduated from Holstein High School in 1952 and received college degrees from Nebraska State College at Wayne, Nebraska, and the University of South Dakota. He served in the U.S. Army as a Chaplain’s Assistant. He taught school in Mill Valley, California, and at Woodrow Wilson Jr. High in Sioux City. Harold served as principal at Woodrow Wilson for 12 years. In 1978 he became Director of Special Services for the Sioux City Community School District in which capacity he served until his retirement in 1996. He then was employed by the Boys and Girls Home as Regional Education Coordinator. In 2001, he became adjunct Professor for Wayne State College, supervising student teachers in Iowa and Nebraska.
Mick was united in marriage to Joan E. Carlson on December 29, 1956, at Blessed Sacrament Church in Sioux City. He was a member of the men’s choir and ushered for many years. He was a member of St. Michael’s Church, Knights of Columbus 3rd and 4th Degree, National Eagle Scout Association, American Association of School Administrators, School Administrators of Iowa, Board of Directors of the National Special Services Administrators Association, Iowa State Education Association, Kiwanis, and Sertoma. He was Executive Secretary of The Knife and Fork Club, past President of the Sioux City Education Association, Board of Directors of Siouxland American Red Cross, Board of Directors of Waco, Inc. He received School Administrator of The Year Award in 1991. He had four children and fourteen grandchildren. Many happy years were enjoyed with his family at their lake home on Spirit Lake in Orleans, Iowa.
Survivors include his wife Joan McDermott; four children: Mary and husband Chris Lesniak of Elkton, MD, Mike and wife Julie of Des Moines, IA, Mark and wife Page of Fairfax Station, VA, and Matt and his wife Cari of Elk Point, SD; and 14 grandchildren: Erik, Katherine, Shannon, Brigid, Molly, Anna, Daniel, Kelly, Morgan, Erin, Noah, Lauren, Alexis and Elizabeth.
He was preceded in death by his parents Harold and Rega McDermott of Holstein, IA, and brother, Charles McDermott of Wayne, NE.
As Mick was so proud of his nephew, memorials may be directed to Dominican Fathers and Brothers, Province of Nigeria, 4504 21st Street, Mount Rainer, Maryland 20712
on 18 November 2016.
|Biography*|| || Harold Jr. (Mickey), born December 30, 1933, graduated from Holstein High School, Wayne State College, and University of South Dakota. Mick served two years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain’s assistant. He married Joan Carlson of Sioux City in 1956. Mick is a school administrator, having been with the Sioux City Community School District since 1959. He has also been involved in rental property for the past thirty years. |
Harold E McDermott Sr
M, #253, b. 2 September 1896, d. 2 January 1962
HAROLD MC DERMOTT, SR.
|Birth*||2 September 1896 ||Harold E McDermott Sr was born on 2 September 1896 at Ida Grove, IA. |
| ||He was the son of Michael F. McDermott and Agnes Melissa Ennis. |
|MARRIAGE*||28 January 1919 ||He married Rega A McNeil, daughter of William McNeil and Margaret Donovan, on 28 January 1919 at Ida Grove, IA. |
|Death*||2 January 1962 ||He died on 2 January 1962 at Cherokee, IA, at age 65. |
|Biography*|| || As a young man, Harold assisted with the family farm after a farm accident claimed the life of his father. Harold served in the U.S. Army during World War I. Harold would be remembered for dealing in automobiles and horses. During the thirties, he managed the Holstein Auction Company. He was a charter member of the local American Legion, serving as post and county commander, Boy Scout troop committeeman, and director of the O.L.G.C. Catholic Church. |
|Milit-Beg*||1918 ||He began military service in 1918. |
John A McDermott
M, #978, b. 1834, d. 12 September 1924
ELEN AND JOHN MC DERMOTT
ELLEN AND JOHN MC DERMOTT
|Birth*||1834 ||John A McDermott was born in 1834 at Westport, Mayo, Ireland. |
| ||He was the son of Alex McDermott and Nora McGovern. |
|MARRIAGE*||31 March 1864 ||He married Ellen King on 31 March 1864 at Diocese of Tuam, Westport, Mayo, Ireland, I recieved a certificate of marriage certificate of John McDermott and Ellen King here's what it said.|
Parish of: Westport, County Mayo, Ireland Diocese of: Tuam Extract from the Marriage of: John McDermott and Ellen King were married in the Church of St. Mary's - Westport according to the Rite of the Catholic
Church, on the 31st day of March, 1864 The Witnesses were: Peter King and Mary Bourke.
|Death*||12 September 1924 ||He died on 12 September 1924 at Ida Grove, IA. |
|Biography*|| || John A. McDermott, son of Alex and Nora McGovern McDermott, was born in 1834, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland. He married Ellen King, born August 16, 1837, Co. Cork, Ireland. John and Ellen came to America (Clinton, Iowa) in 1864. In 1886 the family moved to Ida County, Logan Township, where they farmed a half-section of land. Their children included: Michael F., Peter J.,Thomas J., Ellen M. (Mrs. Tom Flanagan), and Alice C. (Mrs. Dan Murphy).Ellen died in 1923, John in 1924, and are buried in the Ida Grove Catholic Cemetery. |
John R McDermott
Joseph E McDermott
M. Francis McDermott
Michael F. McDermott
M, #974, b. 29 May 1865, d. 5 September 1914
AGNES AND MICHAEL MC DERMOTT
|Birth*||29 May 1865 ||Michael F. McDermott was born on 29 May 1865 at DeWitt, IA. |
| ||He was the son of John A McDermott and Ellen King. |
|MARRIAGE*||29 May 1893 ||He married Agnes Melissa Ennis, daughter of Edward Thomas Ennis and Brigid Ann Egan, on 29 May 1893 at Nuptual Mass, Holstein, IA, Married at the newly built Catholic Church. |
|Death*||5 September 1914 ||He died on 5 September 1914 at Ida Grove, IA, at age 49 He was killed with a steam engine on what was then called the Holstein road (close to the entrance of the present Ida County Fair Grounds). The weight of the engine was too much for the bridge, causing the bridge to cave in, sending the machine to the ravine below. The following is a quotation from his obituary that appeared in the September 10,1914, Holstein Advance: “The deceased was popular throughout the northern part of Ida County, in fact, he was a man who made many friends and had the faculty of retaining friendship when once gained. He was highly respected in his home vicinity, which can readily be assumed from the fact that, although normally a Republican township, his neighbors were always ready to lend their support at election time when he could be induced to accept a public office, although he was a Democrat. After the death of her husband, Agnes continued to operate the farm with the help of her sons. A lawsuit was filed against the county, as the bridge had been condemned and was ordered to be replaced prior to the|
accident. The case was tried and lost in the district court. Attorneys Matt and Pete White, brothers-in-law of Agnes, appealed the case to the State Supreme Court, where the ruling was overturned. In 1928, Agnes
retired and moved to Sioux City. On March 11, 1947, Agnes passed away while visiting her son, Harold, at his home in Holstein.
|Biography*|| || In 1886, he came with his parents to Ida County, Logan Township. While engaged in farming, Michael also operated a threshing outfit in his locality. On Sentember 5. 1914 he met a tragic death while crossing a wooden bridge that collapsed. |
Peter J McDermott
Robert L McDermott
T. Cyril McDermott
Teresa M McDermott
Thomas J McDermott
Wilford L McDermott
|MARRIAGE*|| ||Ida McDonald married John Thomas Coody.1 |
|Married Name|| ||Her married name was Coody. |
- [S471] Letter, Doris Dixon to MVW, Feb 29 2000.
Delores Wynell McDuffie
F, #2988, b. 7 April 1934, d. 8 February 2002
|Birth*||7 April 1934 ||Delores Wynell McDuffie was born on 7 April 1934. |
|Death*||8 February 2002 ||She died on 8 February 2002 at age 67. |
|Married Name||10 April 1954 || As of 10 April 1954,her married name was Richardson. |
Arthur E. McFadden1
M, #3745, b. November 1891, d. before 1920
|Birth*||November 1891 ||Arthur E. McFadden was born in November 1891.1 |
| ||He was the son of William H. McFadden and Alice Rose Dodge.1 |
|Death*||before 1920 || Searched whole country and no sign of him. |
|Note*||6 October 1910 || He was an usher in his brother's wedding. |
- [S59] 1900 Census;.
Mary E. McFadden1
F, #3750, b. 1844
- [S54] 1860 Census;.