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* MCCORD CREST *

Armorial Bearings Of
"Mccord Crest"
MacCorde,McCord
McKorda MacKorda
As Shown In
James Pont's
1624 Armorial

The Crest
is listed in
James Fairbairn's Crests
of the Families of
Great Britian and Ireland
Book page 359,
Crest 9, Plate 186
published 1870
London and New York:
(Cassell,Petter,Galpin)
The McKorda Crest
is both
Scottish and Irish.
Crests were worn
on the helmets
of Clan Chieftans
to distinguish
them in battle.

IRISH FLAG
SCOTTISH FLAG

John Henry Mccord

~~ Born June 27, 1854 Fleming Co. Kentucky ~

~married~
Mary Nannie Bratton
June 27,1889
Fleming Co.
Kentucky

CHILDREN:

Ocel Ester
Mccord/Bratton

FATHER~ of
John Mccord

Benjamin Franklin
Mccord
bn~ May 22
1822
Kentucky
dd~ Nov 16
1911
Elgin
Kentucky

MOTHER
Sarah Ann (Sally)
Clark
bn March 1825
Kentucky
dd~ 1913
Kentucky
buried
Elizaville Cemetery
Kentucky

FATHER~ of
Benjamin Mccord

William E.Mccord
bn~ 1799
Fleming Co.
Kentucky
dd~ 1835-37
Fleming Co. Ky
~ married ~
May 16,1821
Fleming Co.
Kentucky

MOTHER
Jane (Jennie)
White
bn~ 1801-04
Virginia
dd~ after 1880
Fleming Co.
Kentucky

FATHER~ of
William Mccord

William Henry Mccord
bn~ Dec 1761
or
Jan 1762
dd~ 1834
Fleming Co.
Kentucky

MOTHER
Martha?
bn before 1765
domestic birth
dd~ 1810-1813

FATHER~ of
William Henry Mccord

William Mccord
bn~ abt 1730
Pennsylvania
dd~ abt 1756
Lancaster Co.
Pennsylvania

MOTHER~
Martha
unknown

FATHER~ of
William Mccord

David Mccord
of Derry
bn~ abt 1712
Ireland
dd~ 1740
Lancaster Co.
Pennsylvania
David and Wife
were attacked
on their farm
and killed by
"Chief Shingas"
of the
"Turtle Clan"
of the Delaware Tribe

Shingas was known as
"Shingas the Terrible"

FATHER~ of
David Mccord

William Mccord
bn~ 1680
Ireland
or
Scotland
dd~ abt 1739
Lancaster Co.
Pennsylvania

FATHER~ of
William Mccord

John Duncan McCorda
bn~ abt 1660
Skye, Argyle CO.
Scotland
dd~ abt 1715
Stewartstown
Co.Tyrone
Ireland

MOTHER~ of
William Mccord

Mary MacDougal
bn~ abt 1664
Argyle, Skye
Scotland

FATHER~ of John

Duncan MacCorda

SIR James
Mackorda

bn~ abt 1620
Scotland
dd~ July 27,1689
at the "Battle of
Killiekrankie Pass"

MOTHER~ of John
Duncan MacCorda
~ unknown

FATHER~ of
"Sir" James
Duncan MacKorda

David MacKorda
"Clan Chieftan"
bn~ before 1600
Scotland


Spouse of
John Henry Mccord

Mary Nannie
Bratton
bn~ Dec 27,1868
Mason Co.
Kentucky
dd~ May 25,1890
Elizaville
Fleming Co.
Kentucky
death due to
complications of
giving birth to
their only child

Mary's brother
John Bratton
and
wife
Sarah (Sallie)
Paul
raised Ocel with
the Bratton name
I haven't found
documentation
on a legal adoption
so far

Ocel Ester Mccord
bn~ May 15
1889-1890
there are conflicting
birthdates on
different documents
I have

Ocel
~married~
Belle E. Williams
Dec 3,1913
Inianapolis
Marion Co.
Inianapolis

BELLE WILLIAMS
FAMILY LINE

Ocel Mccord/BRATTON
dd~ Nov 15,1942
Salida Colorado
Ocel died after
falling off of
train which he
was switching
To read newspaper articles
about his accident
Click below


NEWSPAPER
ARTICLIES



FATHER~ of
Mary Nannie Bratton

Luther E. Bratton
bn~ about 1839
Kentucky
dd~ Jan 21,1911
Fleming Co. Kentucky

CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Union Army
Enlist Place
Covington,Kentucky
August 10, 1862
Mustered Out
at Maysville,Ky
September 17,1863
Served Kentucky
"I" Co.10th Cav Reg.
RANK ~ Private
It is thought he lost
his right eye due to
the Civil War

MOTHER of
Mary Nannie Bratton

Elizabeth Cracraft
born about 1839
dd 1874-1878
married About 1860



MCCORD LINKS

Mccord Family
Association

Research on the
Mccord Families
You will find
a picture of
Our Mccord
Family Crest
on this site
The
Jacobite Rebellions

Story of the "Battle
of Killikrankie Pass"
July 27,1689
where Our Ancestor
Sir John
Duncan MacKorde
died in battle
on this day


CLAN MCCORD LINKS

Links to other Mccord
family Homepages


BRATTON LINKS

STEVE BRATTON'S
HOMEPAGE


Research on the
Bratton Families and
other Bratton Historical
Information

THERESE'S HOMEPAGE

Songs & History
of the Irish

BRATTON COAT
of ARMS?


research on the

Bratton

Coat of Arms

THE BRATTON HORSE
One of the
Oldest Mysteries
of the World~
the Hillside Horse
is 180 ft long
it is located in the
Village of Bratton

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