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Stonewall Quarry Archives Project 

The Stonewall Manitoba Quarry Park Museum was destroyed in a fire in 2007.   It is due to reopen soon.   They are trying to recreate their Archive of Treasured Photos of the Quarry and the Park.  If you have access to any photos they would greatly appreciated an opportunity to duplicated them.   They may be able to provide some remuneration for your trouble.  Send us an Email if you can help. 

Family Newsletter Editor Volunteers Needed for All Families!

We need editors for our family newsletters.   If you like to write articles, and you keep in touch with the members of your family on a regular basis, you may want to get involved!.   We can help you with the final editing.  We prefer to use family members only - thank you.  I want to volunteer.

McCormick Family Albums

We encourage visitors to contribute photographs and articles for the families we are documenting.  If you wish to contribute use the folder icon link here, or those in the articles, to contact us. 

Recent Contributors:

Donna (Buckingham) McCormick

Pat Monkman

Vicky (Williams) McCormick

Ralph Williams 

Kate (McCormick) Green

Bill Rombough

Jana Williams

Donna Lohr

Mary (Williams) Mains 

Jurgens, Bromfield, Curtis Families

Mike Miller

Norma (Sanford) Dykes

McCormick, Miller, Rombough, Williams Families
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 Introduction To Our Site.   

We are members of the McCormick and Miller families.  We have created this site to help document our Family Histories and those related to us by marriage. We have included our New Members Accomplishments, and Memorialized some of our Family Members who have passed-on, as well.

If you have visited our previous sites or reached us with those links, these pages are a consolidation of our McCormickFamily.com and JakeMiller.com sites.  Those links are still active.  They should now bring you here.

We hope that combining our former individual sites will enrich your experience and perhaps foster new friendships.  To this end, our site is created with CMS (Content Management Systems) technology.  This allows us to offer a variety of types of information in simple to use and read formats.  


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Our site is set to inform IE9 and IE8 to use IE7 Emulation mode.  If you experience any problems use your IE9 or IE8 Tools menu to add mccormickfamily.com to the list of compatibility mode sites where indicated.  more ... 

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Contributing To Our Site.

Become an Author  CMS also allows us to conveniently invite you to become an author and add content to our pages.  We encourage you to apply for Author status and share what you know about the families we are presently documenting.  If you are on a branch of our tree that could be added, let us know.  We can consider adding it.


Finding Your Family Genealogy and Photo Albums.

To protect the confidentiality of living members, you must register to see the genealogy of a family.  Use the left column Login Form create an account link to register.  To get to the family you wish to visit use the Top Menu Family Name links.  In each family pages there are links to the photo albums in the right panel, in the center text, and the center tables. 

If you are a researcher, there are news feeds and links at the bottom of the family pages.  There are also links to research resources in the left panel top menu on this page.  Enjoy your visit.  If you can contribute articles or photos for your family, contact us to share them.


What You Will Find Here. 

  • Memorial pages for Jacob Henry Miller II, father to Jacob Henry III, Norma Jean, Marilyn Marie, and Melody Ann.
  • Memorial pages for Nial Raymond McCormick, father to Daniel Patrick, Terrence Nial, and Kathleen Mary.
  • Picasa photo albums for several branches of our families.
  • Family Registers
  • Ancestry Charts
  • Family Albums
  • Historical Summaries
  • Research Links

alt  ... and last but not least our host Merlin, a friendly Microsoft Agent Character offers some help and entertainment for you.  If you are using Internet Explorer, let him give you an introduction to our site. 


Member Forum.

Member Forum  If you are a member, visit our Member Forum to tell us what you know about your family, what you would like added to our site, or anything else about Genealogy.  You can ask questions on the forum or use the left panel menu link.


To Contact Us. 

Click Link to Send us an Email  You can contact us by sending an Email, or by using the Visitor Help Menu item at the Top Left, or by posting on our Customer Forum, or by using our Info Icon links at the Top of Some Articles.   Let us know if you need help or wish to make a suggestion.  We welcome your comments.


Enjoy your visit.  We hope that you will Register and become an Author so we will have the benefit of your experience and knowledge.  Please fill-out our Guestbook before you leave.

Dan and Marilyn McCormick, Webmasters.


Last Updated on Sunday, 11 January 2015 02:56

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