Tag Archives: McCormick

Henry Hartleroad

Henry Hartleroad
b. 10 March 1863, Peru, Miami County, Indiana, to Jacob and Hester Ann (Ginder) Hartleroad
d. 2 June 1955, Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois

m. 27 July 1886, Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois
Viola Hester Bartlett
b. 16 June 1863, Honey Creek Township, Crawford County, Illinois, to George F. and Sarah A. “Sally” (Sagesar) Bartlett
d. 7 March 1932, Flat Rock, Crawford County, Illinois

Children with Viola Hester Bartlett:
• infant son (1887-1887)
• Myrtle Lovinia (1888-1977) married Albert Nelson McElroy
• Sarah Ann (1891-1978) married (1) Lee Sanders, (2) Joe McCormick, (3) Herbert E. Lane
• Dora Ellen (1894-1972) married (1) Benjamin Harrison “Ben” Sanders, (2) Fred Sanders
• Charles William “Bill” (1896-1975)
• Lula (1899-1986) married Norman Lachenmayr
• Julia (b. 1899) married (1) Grover Cleveland Helpingstine, (2) James Smith
• George Jesse (1902-1928)

Henry lived in Peru, Miami County, and Winamac, Pulaski County, Indiana, before emigrating in 1880.

Submitted by:
Bertha C. Martinez
Mesa AZ

John Joseph Rooney

John Joseph Rooney
b. 10 September 1851, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana, to Hugh and Joanna (Cahill) Roney/Rooney
d. 25 March 1943, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska

m. 1877, Kansas
Marguerite Burke
b. 11 June 1855, possibly Richmond, Virginia
d. 29 August 1914, Lillis, Marshall County, Kansas

Children with Marguerite Burke:

  • Thomas Edward (1878-1931) married Helen Gertrude Teeman
  • Mary Winifred (1879-1956) married James Francis McCormick
  • Mary Katherine (1881-bef. 1920)
  • John William (1883-1949) married Agnes O’Brien
  • Ellie F. (1884-1941) married George J. Botzenhart
  • James (b. 1887)
  • Margaret (1889-1951) married William J. Schmidt
  • Henry Michael (1802-1975) married Marie Margaret Higgins
  • Emma (1893-1984) married Raymond Creevans
  • Joanna Christine (1898-1970) married Lawrence Aloysius Meier
  • Joseph F. (1898-1978)

John immigrated from North Judson, Starke County, Indiana, to Marshall County, Kansas, about 1875.

Submitted by:
Peg Pierson
Lincoln NE

Sallie Myrtle Ray

Sallie Myrtle Ray
b. 12 March 1884, Shawswick, Lawrence County, Indiana, to Thomas and Susan (Kern) Ray
d. 5 December 1949, Arimo, Bannock County, Idaho

m. 19 September 1911, Sanpete County, Utah
Charles Dana McCormick
b. 1882, Gallia County, Ohio
d. 1955, Arimo, Bannock County, Idaho

Children with Charles Dana McCormick:

  • Fred L. Ray (b. 1912)
  • Nina Ruth (b. 1916) married [–?–] Hardin
  • Charles Ray (b. 1922)

Sallie emigrated from Lawrence County, Indiana, to Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, in 1910. Sallie was the eleventh child in her family and taught school for several years in Bedford, Lawrence County, Indiana, before being encouraged by her brothers to join them in the West. The Rays were a close family and often gathered at the McCormick farm for family get-togethers.

Submitted by:
Ruth Ray Edwards
Cincinnati OH

Jesse William Long

Jesse William Long
b. 11 October 1888, Wildcat/Cutler, Democrat Township, Carroll County, Indiana, to Noah Alfred and Rachel Jane “Ret” (Eltzroth) Long
d. 29 May 1969, Laurel, Yellowstone County, Montana

m/1. 23 April 1912, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa
Zelma McCormick

m/2. 1 June 1921, Laurel, Yellowstone County, Montana
Lassara Ruth Hartman
b. 18 June 1893, Springfield, Bon Homme County, South Dakota
d. 12 December 1971, Laurel, Yellowstone County, Montana

Children with Lassara Ruth Hartman:

  • Jesse William Long (b. 1925) married Ruth L. Croskey
  • Leroy Wallace Long (1926–1927)

Jesse Long emigrated from Carroll County, Indiana, to Otter Lake, Lapeer County, Michigan, in 1894. He then moved to Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, in 1909 and to Laurel, Yellowstone County, Montana, in 1915.

Jesse’s father, Noah A. Long, was a veteran of the U.S. Army Cavalry, serving in the 1890-1893 Indian uprisings. He was deeply involved in American Legion activities in Indiana. After his divorce from Rachel (Eltzroth) Long in 1891, he continued to live in Cutler until his death.

Jesse William Long worked for his stepfather in various creameries in Michigan and Illinois until 1909 when he began working as a railroad switchman.

Submitted by:
Jesse William Long, Jr.
Helena MT