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William Jordan McCoyAge: 4 years18751880

Name
William Jordan McCoy

William Jordon McCoy

Name
William Jordon McCoy
Birth
Entered as "not named McCoy"
May 15, 1875 28 23
Birth of a sisterGertrude Margaret “Gertie” McCoy
June 9, 1878 (Age 3 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherWilliam McCoy
September 1879 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a brotherMilton Arthur McCoy
March 6, 1880 (Age 4 years)
Residence 1880 (on the date of death)
Death
Willie is shown only in the 1880 census and in the 13 Apr 1880 Adams Co NE school census. His only known year of school attendance was also 1880. A family Bible (uncertain owner) says he died in Sept 1879, but that is inconsistent with the census.
1880 (Age 4 years)
Nebraska, USA
Latitude: N41.499996 Longitude: W99.291695

Note:

Willie may have been buried in the Roseland Mennonite Cemetery in Adams County NE. His mother, Mary McCoy, makes a note of visiting that cemetery during a visit to the area in 1908.

He appears along with siblings in the list of students attending School No 20 in Adams County NE in 1880. He is absent from the lists thereafte3r.

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father
William Anderson “Ance” McCoy
Birth: December 5, 1846 35 26Pike County, Kentucky, USA
Death: He died at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Julia and Fred Reichenbach in Arlington, Nebraska.September 15, 1922Arlington, Washington, Nebraska, USA
mother
Marriage: 1868
Marriage: October 5, 1872Lawrence County, Kentucky, USA
15 months
elder sister
4 years
elder sister
2 years
himself
William Jordan McCoy
Birth: Entered as "not named McCoy"May 15, 1875 28 23Wayne County, West Virginia, USA
Death: Willie is shown only in the 1880 census and in the 13 Apr 1880 Adams Co NE school census. His only known year of school attendance was also 1880. A family Bible (uncertain owner) says he died in Sept 1879, but that is inconsistent with the census.1880Nebraska, USA
3 years
younger sister
21 months
younger brother
Milton Arthur McCoy
Birth: Birth date from tombstoneMarch 6, 1880 33 28Silver Lake, Adams County, Nebraska
Death: Accidental self-inflicted shotgun blast while duck hunting on De Soto Lake.October 28, 1901De Soto, Washington, Nebraska, USA
3 years
younger sister
4 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister

Death

Willie may have been buried in the Roseland Mennonite Cemetery in Adams County NE. His mother, Mary McCoy, makes a note of visiting that cemetery during a visit to the area in 1908.

He appears along with siblings in the list of students attending School No 20 in Adams County NE in 1880. He is absent from the lists thereafte3r.