Mary Eva DANIELAge: 86 years18851972

Name
Mary Eva DANIEL
Given names
Mary Eva
Surname
DANIEL
Birth December 13, 1885
Alt. Birth December 13, 1886 (Age 12 months)

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Quality of data: secondary evidence
Birth of a brotherWilliam Abel DANIEL
January 25, 1888 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterMargaret Alice DANIEL
January 13, 1890 (Age 4 years)
Death of a sisterMargaret Alice DANIEL
July 26, 1890 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherLinzy Joiner DANIEL
May 5, 1893 (Age 7 years)
Birth of a brotherTheophilus Hugh DANIEL
February 5, 1896 (Age 10 years)
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Citation details: death of Theophilus Daniel, Issue State: Florida; Issue Date: Before 1951.
Quality of data: primary evidence
Birth of a brotherClifford Sharpe DANIEL
July 3, 1898 (Age 12 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherHarriet DOCKINS
August 10, 1899 (Age 13 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherAbel (Of Theophilus) DANIEL
September 28, 1899 (Age 13 years)
Birth of a brotherRalph DANIEL
August 7, 1900 (Age 14 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMargaret HARTIN
after 1900 (Age 14 years)
MarriageSamuel Franklin McCORMACKView this family
March 26, 1913 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a son
#1
John Gaither McCORMACK
January 3, 1917 (Age 31 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Joseph Yancey McCORMICK
August 13, 1918 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Broyce Etheridge McCORMACK
May 4, 1924 (Age 38 years)
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Citation details: Broyce E. McCormack
Quality of data: primary evidence
Note: His last residence was 36106 Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama, United States of America. Issued in Alabama before 1951.
Death of a sonJohn Gaither McCORMACK
April 26, 1926 (Age 40 years)
Death of a motherMartha JOINER
August 19, 1934 (Age 48 years)
Source: Tombstone
Citation details: Abel Daniel Cemetery
Quality of data: primary evidence
Death of a fatherThomas Abel DANIEL
January 21, 1936 (Age 50 years)
Source: Tombstone
Citation details: Abel Daniel Cemetery
Quality of data: primary evidence
Death of a brotherLinzy Joiner DANIEL
June 20, 1936 (Age 50 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Abel DANIEL
July 1, 1943 (Age 57 years)

Birth of a granddaughter
#1
Karen Lanette McCORMICK
September 5, 1944 (Age 58 years)

Death of a brotherClemon Quillian DANIEL
July 5, 1946 (Age 60 years)
Birth of a grandson
#2
Kenneth Lamar SIPPER
January 6, 1950 (Age 64 years)

Death of a grandsonKenneth Lamar SIPPER
November 10, 1950 (Age 64 years)

Birth of a granddaughter
#3
Kathryn Janice McCORMICK
December 18, 1953 (Age 68 years)

Death of a brotherDover Jefferson DANIEL
February 23, 1960 (Age 74 years)
Death of a husbandSamuel Franklin McCORMACK
May 9, 1964 (Age 78 years)
Alt. Death March 15, 1972 (Age 86 years)

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Death March 20, 1972 (Age 86 years)
Burial
Unique identifier
8269E59C653049318CA8EDB10F9E9CC05621
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Last change September 16, 200520:16

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: December 26, 1880Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
15 months
elder brother
15 months
elder brother
Charlie Ross DANIEL
Birth: July 2, 1883Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
Death: July 3, 1883Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
10 months
elder brother
19 months
herself
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
Margaret Alice DANIEL
Birth: January 13, 1890Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
Death: July 26, 1890Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
3 years
younger brother
Linzy Joiner DANIEL
Birth: May 5, 1893Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
Death: June 20, 1936Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, USA
3 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
Family with Samuel Franklin McCORMACK - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: March 26, 1913Crenshaw County, Alabama, USA
4 years
son
John Gaither McCORMACK
Birth: January 3, 1917Centenary, Crenshaw, Alabama, USA
Death: April 26, 1926Montgomery County, Alabama, USA
19 months
son
6 years
son
daughter

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Shared note
She is Eva McCormack who "furnished information as to the graves that have no monuments" in the Abel Daniel Cemetery (CEMcD notes p 92). Her husband's unidentified obit information is given on p 88 of CEMcD notes. "Buried at Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church, with Elder Ed Gafford officiating. Widow lives at Luverne, AL. Children: Elder J. Yancy of Eagle Lake, FL; Broyce E., Montgomery, AL; & Mrs. Letha Sipper, Luverne, AL ... also 6 grand children and one great grandchild. Her husband was a twin of Elias Francis McCormack. The following is an excerpt from a 23 Nov 1965 letter from Eva to Chester E. McDonald: "...I have read about 1/2 of the package, ... one family I have in mind is the Banks, I heard Papa speak of them several times but couldn't remember where they stood in the picture. I noticed in you record she was grandpa's niece (Olivia Frances "Frankie" Daniel ??) who married a Banks. I never did see any of the family but Papa said grandpa never would visit the family because the boys were so rough he didn't want to come in contact with them. I don't know how many boys there were, but one was named Dan, who got out with a gun one day to kill his daddy. The old man got around the corner of the house just in time to miss the shot when Dan fired at him. He did so much other meanness, the sheriff had orders to get him dead or alive. The old man knew about it, he was sitting in the house when he heard gun fire, he said "they've got Dan" and fainted. There was another one who went to Greenville one day. People there heard that he was coming. There was one merchant who was eager to meet him because he had heard so much about the Banks. When the Banks man got there he went into this merchant's store, introduced himself and talked awhile; he was so nice and polite the merchant began to think he had been misrepresented, but before he got ready to leave, he told the merchant he wanted to see him dance awhile. The merchant said "I can't dance", and they argued a little about dancing, when Banks took out a pistol and said "the fact is, you've got to dance", so the merchant shuffled around awhile, then said " I can't dance in these shoes but if you'll let me step back here and get my slippers I'll show you a step or two." When he went for his slippers he came back with a pistol and said "now it's time for you to dance awhile." He made Banks dance 'till he couldn't dance anymore, and was glad to leave town when he got a chance...that's all I remember hearing Papa tell about the Banks"....