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Married: 12 Nov.1724 Ulster, Ireland

Missing
Birth: 6 May 1695 Londonderry, Ulster Prov., Ireland
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Death: Paxtang Twp., Dauphin Co., PA
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Margaraet Donogh
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Birth: 1699 Ireland
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Death: Lancaster Co., PA
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        Son of James McCORMICK,  b.1645,

 

       Immigrated with his family to Pennsylvania prior to 1735, and settled in Dauphin County, PA,

       Residence: Paxtang Township, now Dauphin County, PA,

       

       Hugh McCormick was born about 1695 in the Province of Ulster, Ireland probably in Londonderry, Ulster, Northern Ireland. He immigrated with his family to Pennsylvania prior to 1735. 

He lived and owned lands in Paxtang Township, Lancaster, now in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. 

       He married Margaret Donough, and had the following children: (above)

[http://www.billputman.com/mccormick.pdf]

 

       [Hands Across the Sea, by Henrietta L. McCormick-Goodhart, 1921,]

       Pennsylvania Genealogies, 1886 by William H. Egle,

 

       find [Lois Rose Collins Hardin - Compiled Materials]

 

       "all four children were born in Ulster Province Ireland , the eldest in 1718 and the youngest in 1725  [The Genealogy of Robert McCormick III,] 

       [McCormick Memories, Vol. 5, NO.2, 1993]

 

       [The Genealogy of Robert McCormick III by Robert McCormick III:]

       [McCormick Family Record and Biographies by Leander J. McCormick, Chicago 1896:]

 

       THE MCCORMICK FAMILY were among the earliest settlers in White Deer valley. In 1770 Hugh McCormick of Cumberland county purchased 1,300 acres of land on South creek within the present limits of Washington township, Lycoming county, upon which his sons–James, Thomas, and Seth–settled about five years later. Their father was a native of Ireland, and after immigrating to Pennsylvania he resided successively in Lancaster and Cumberland counties. He was one of the framers of the first Constitution of Pennsylvania, and a man of considerable local prominence during the Revolutionary period. James McCormick represented White Deer town-ship in the Committee of Safety for Northumberland county in 1777. During the "Big Runaway" of 1778, the McCormicks took refuge at Fort Augusta. James afterward removed to Virginia. Thomas McCormick was born in 1754, and married Elizabeth Crockett; he died in Washington township on the 6th of October, 1826, and was buried at the Stone church. Seth McCormick was born in Paxtang township, Lancaster county, in 1756, and married Margaret Simmons, who bore him seven sons and three daughters, as follows: Robert; Samuel S.; Thomas; Seth; Hugh; John; Joseph; Sarah, who married Robert J. Foresman; Cynthia, who mar-ried Samuel Eason, and Susan, who married Matthew B. Hammond. Seth McCor-mick died on the 17th of January, 1835, and both he and his wife were buried at the old Stone church. Seth McCormick, fourth son of Seth, Sr., was born in Washington township in 1793 and died in December, 1821. He married Hannah Hammond, who survived him until 1869. They were the parents of the following children: James H.; Mary; Margaret, who married D. Watson Foresman; Seth T.; Elizabeth C., who married John Wilson, and Robert H., who resides at Watsontown and is the only survivor of the family. Numerous descendants of this pioneer family are resi-dents of Lycoming county, and many of them are prominent in professional and business circles., [???]

 


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       b.1699 Ireland,

       Dau. of Walter DONOGH,

       Children:

1.+John McCORMICK,  b.1718 Londonerry Ireland, d. Oct.1782 East Pennsborough Twp., Cumberland, Co. Pa,

2.+James McCORMICK,  b.1721 Londonerry Ireland, d.1 June 1760 Fauquier or Culpepper Co., VA,

3.+Samuel McCORMICK,  b.1723, Ulster, Ireland

4.+Hugh McCORMICK,  b.19 Aug.1725 Cross, Londonderry, Ireland, 


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