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 James McCormick

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James McCormick

Birth
Butler County, Ohio, USA
Death
6 Oct 1858 (aged 60)
Hendricks County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Cartersburg, Hendricks County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
10664350 View Source

James and his brother, John, are considered the first settlers of Indianapolis. They built a log cabin near where the commemorative rock stands in White River Park. The cabin was used as a meeting place for making Indianapolis the state capital. James and Patsy had a large family and once owned a farm where Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis is now located. The surname is sometimes referred to as McCormack or McCormac.

James and his brother, John, are considered the first settlers of Indianapolis. They built a log cabin near where the commemorative rock stands in White River Park. The cabin was used as a meeting place for making Indianapolis the state capital. James and Patsy had a large family and once owned a farm where Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis is now located. The surname is sometimes referred to as McCormack or McCormac.


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  • Maintained by: Phyllis
  • Originally Created by: Conni
  • Added: 24 Mar 2005
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 10664350
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10664350/james-mccormick: accessed ), memorial page for James McCormick (5 Dec 1797–6 Oct 1858), Find a Grave Memorial ID 10664350, citing Spring Hill Cemetery, Cartersburg, Hendricks County, Indiana, USA; Maintained by Phyllis (contributor 47407605) .