Samuel McCord, 19141983 (aged 68 years)

McCord, Samuel (1914-1983)
Name
Samuel McCord
Given names
Samuel
Surname
McCord
Birth December 13, 1914 31 28
Marriage statusNona May SmithView this family
Religious

Occupation

Note: Sam had the Victory fruit shop in Cessnock, a hotel in Grafton and a block of units in New Lambton New South Wales Australia. He also operated a grocery shop in New Lambton for a short while. He lived with his wife Nona on the Pacific Highway in New Lambton Heights. Sam was also well known for his swimming abilities.
Birth of a sisterIvy May McCord
January 12, 1917 (aged 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMargaret M. Moffat
March 22, 1919 (aged 4 years)
Text:

Margaret McCord, married to William McCord coal miner. Cause of death Carcinoma Uteri Exhaustion. Father Robert Moffat (deceased) farmer, mother Agnes Moffat nee Currie? deceased. Certified by Robert Gilchrist M.B. Ch. B. James Hair cousin (Post Office Fauldhouse) informant. Registered at Fauldhouse Mar 29 1819 by J. Reyner.

Death of a paternal grandfatherWilliam McCord
July 17, 1919 (aged 4 years)
Text:

William McCord coal miner retired, widowed, 91 years. Father Samuel McCord farm labourer (deceased). Mother J-e McCord Nee Montgomery (deceased). Certified by Robert Gilchrist M.B. Ch. B. Robert McCord, son, informant. Registered 18 July 1919 at Fauldhouse. J. Reyner Registrar. Cause of death senile decay

Birth of a brotherRaymond J McCord
March 28, 1920 (aged 5 years)
Birth of a brotherJohn McCord
February 24, 1923 (aged 8 years)
Text:

No 1923/209 Born Regent Street Cessnock 24 Feb 1923 son of Samuel Moffat McCord and Marion Knight.

Birth of a sisterMaria McCord
1926 (aged 11 years)
Military between 1941 and 1945 (aged 30 years)

Citation details:

Cessnock Eagle Fri 17 Jul 1942 p. 3

Text:

MR. AND MRS. SAM McCORD, of Boomerang-street, Cessnock, have their only three sons in the Army. Sam, the eldest son, who is well known for his swimming capabilities, recently underwent an operation in camp hospital. Raymond, their next son, is in a different camp, while Jackie, is "somewhere in the Northern Territory". Mr McCord, who is well known as a fruiterer, and previous to that as a mine deputy, recently decided to live the remainder of his life in retirement.

Text:

Underwent an operation in a camp hospital. Samuel enlisted in the Australian Army at Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia on 23 Apr 1941. His service number was N155173. He was a Private and his posting at discharge was: A A Canteens Service New South Wales. He was discharged on 2 Nov 1945.

Death of a motherMarion Macfarlane Knight
August 14, 1953 (aged 38 years)
Citation details:

Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder Tue 18 Aug 1953 p. 3

Text:

Obituary. MRS. M. McCORD. After an illness of only two days, Mrs. Marion McFarland McCord, passed away at the Cessnock Hospital on Friday night. Mrs. McCord who was 67 years of age was an old identity of the Cessnock district. She is survived by her husband and a large adult family, most of whom are well-known Cessnock residents. The funeral moved from her late residence in Boomerang-street for the Beresford Crematorium yesterday afternoon. The Rev. Pullen officiated.

Burial of a motherMarion Macfarlane Knight
August 17, 1953 (aged 38 years)
Citation details:

Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) Sat 15 Aug 1953 Page 2

Text:

McCORD. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. SAMUEL McCORD. SEN. and FAMILIES of Boomerang Street, Cessnock are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly lived Wife and their Mother Mother-in-law and Grand mother, MARION McCORD. for further particulars see Monday's 'Herald." - C. R. SMYTHE & SONS Funeral Directors.

Religious marriageNona May SmithView this family
May 12, 1956 (aged 41 years)
Address: Hamilton New South Wales Australia
Shared note:

Husband's age at marriage:40 Wife's age at marriage:36 Samuel was described as a storekeeper, born in Neath, New South Wales and living at 11 Boomerang Street, Cessnock. Nona was described as a widow, domestic duties of 2 Harris Street, Cessnock. Rites according to the Church of England.

Death of a fatherSamuel Moffat McCord
May 8, 1958 (aged 43 years)
Cause: Coronary occlusion, coronary sclerosis, diabetes mellitus
Note:

Notice in newspaper: The relatives and friends of the late Mr. SAMUEL M. MCCORD, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his late residence 11 Boomerang Street Cessnock, to-morrow, Saturday morning, after service commencing at 9.30 o'clock for the Beresfield Crematorium. C.R. SMYTH & SON Undertakers Frank Lackey, Presbyterian Minister

Death of a sisterAgnes McCord
June 6, 1975 (aged 60 years)
Text:

Age:63 Agnes's usual residence at the time of her death was 10 Bent Street Cessnock. The medical practitioner who certified her cause of death was D. L. Peate. Died at Cessnock District Hospital. Cerebral thrombosis 21 days, cerebral arteriosclerosis years, auricular fibrillation 14 days.

Cremation of a sisterAgnes McCord
June 7, 1975 (aged 60 years)
Death September 26, 1983 (aged 68 years)
Cause of death: Colon cancer
Text:

Royal Newcastle Hospital

Family with parents
father
McCord, Samuel Moffat (1883-1958)
18831958
Birth: April 28, 1883 54 29Greenburn, Linlithgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: May 8, 1958Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
mother
Knight, Marion McFarlane (1886-1953)
18861953
Birth: July 27, 1886 39 35Fauldhouse, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: August 14, 1953Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
elder sister
McCord, Janet Ramsay (Nettie) (1906-)
1906
Birth: August 12, 1906 23 20Greenburn, Linlithgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
22 months
elder sister
McCord, Margaret Moffat (1909-2002)
19082002
Birth: June 12, 1908 25 21Greenburn, Linlithgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: February 13, 2002New South Wales, Australia
17 months
elder sister
McCord, Marion (1909-1911)
19091911
Birth: October 1909 26 23Fauldhouse, West Lothian, Scotland
Death: August 20, 1911Fauldhouse, West Lothian, Scotland
2 years
elder sister
McCord, Agnes (1912-1975)
19121975
Birth: February 29, 1912 28 25Fauldhouse, West Lothian, Scotland
Death: June 6, 1975Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
himself
McCord, Samuel (1914-1983)
19141983
Birth: December 13, 1914 31 28Neath, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 26, 1983Newcastle, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger sister
McCord, Ivy May (1917-1990)
19171990
Birth: January 12, 1917 33 30Neath, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 20, 1990Mosman, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
McCord, Raymond J. (1920-1998)
19201998
Birth: March 28, 1920 36 33Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 12, 1998
3 years
younger brother
19232006
Birth: February 24, 1923 39 36Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 30, 2006Grafton, Northern Rivers, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger sister
McCord, Maria (1926-2002)
19262004
Birth: 1926 42 39Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: before April 13, 2004Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
sister
Private
Family with Nona May Smith
himself
McCord, Samuel (1914-1983)
19141983
Birth: December 13, 1914 31 28Neath, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 26, 1983Newcastle, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Smith, Nona May (1920-1984)
19201984
Birth: about 1920Abernethy, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1984
Marriage
Marriage: May 12, 1956Hamilton, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Keith Faulds + Nona May Smith
partner’s partner
1950
Birth:
Death: 1950Cessnock, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
wife
Smith, Nona May (1920-1984)
19201984
Birth: about 1920Abernethy, Hunter, New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1984
step-son
Private
step-son
Private
OccupationPersonal memory, McCord, Betty
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Citation details:

Cessnock Eagle Fri 17 Jul 1942 p. 3

Text:

MR. AND MRS. SAM McCORD, of Boomerang-street, Cessnock, have their only three sons in the Army. Sam, the eldest son, who is well known for his swimming capabilities, recently underwent an operation in camp hospital. Raymond, their next son, is in a different camp, while Jackie, is "somewhere in the Northern Territory". Mr McCord, who is well known as a fruiterer, and previous to that as a mine deputy, recently decided to live the remainder of his life in retirement.

DeathPersonal memory, McCord, Betty
Text:

Royal Newcastle Hospital

MarriageView

Husband's age at marriage:40 Wife's age at marriage:36 Samuel was described as a storekeeper, born in Neath, New South Wales and living at 11 Boomerang Street, Cessnock. Nona was described as a widow, domestic duties of 2 Harris Street, Cessnock. Rites according to the Church of England.

Occupation

Sam had the Victory fruit shop in Cessnock, a hotel in Grafton and a block of units in New Lambton New South Wales Australia. He also operated a grocery shop in New Lambton for a short while. He lived with his wife Nona on the Pacific Highway in New Lambton Heights. Sam was also well known for his swimming abilities.