Margaret McCormack, 19071992 (aged 85 years)

Name
Margaret /McCormack/
Given names
Margaret
Nickname
Maggie
Surname
McCormack
Birth
Birth of a sister
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Mary McCormack; Middlesbrough; 1910; Qtr Sept; Vol 9b; Page 632
Census
April 2, 1911 (aged 4 years) Age: 4
Address: 5 Munley Street
Sounth Bank
Tyne and Wear
Citation details: RG14PN29211 RG78PN1694 RD535 SD1 ED8 SN72
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1911
Marriage of a sister
Address: St Peters Church
South Bank
Middlesbrough
Marriage of a sister
Address: St Peter's
South Bank
Death of a father
June 1918 (aged 11 years) Age: 49
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: John McCormack;1918;Sunderland;Qtr Jun;Vol 10A; Page 763
Note: @not verified@
Occupation
Service
1922 (aged 14 years)
Marriage of a sister
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Middlesbrough; Qtr Dec 1924; Vol 9b: Page 1276
Occupation
Barmaid
before 1930 (aged 22 years)
Employer: The Yorkshire Divan
Address: Leeds or Manchester Road, Bradford
Residence
before 1930 (aged 22 years)
Address: 120 Grange Road
Great Horton
Bradford
West Yorkshire
England
Note: Landlord Mr Tayor

Landlord Mr Tayor

Margaret lived at this address whilst working at his pub The Yorkshire Divan

George Stabb was also a tenant
George married Philis who became a life long friend. Philis was one of the first checkout staff at Morrisions Supermarket, Victoria - the first in Bradford.
George Staff was a physio at Bradford Park Avenue and also a worked at the Wholesale Fruit and Veg Market Bradford.

Religious marriage
Address: St Joseph's Church
Pakington Street
Bradford
Family residence
Address: Oakenshaw
Birth of a son
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Bradford; 1931; Qtr Jun; Vol 9b; Page 269
Occupation
Cleaner
1938 (aged 30 years)
Employer: Bradford Tax Office
Note: Worked her for 30 years until retirerment.

Worked her for 30 years until retirerment.

Memory from Paul Shepherd (Grandson) - "As a boy of 14 Mark and me used to go to town with Nanna to help clean the tas offices. It was great fun we used to get 50p and a bag of pick and mix sweets from BHS (British Home Stores). Nanna did not know but Mark and me used to push ourselves on the office chairs and have rubber-band fights between the filling cabinets. Once the manager complained because of the number of rubber-bands we had not found and cleaned up. The cleaning equipment was kept in one of the bomb proof cellars under the offices, going down to them was alaways a scary experience." 12/11/08

Death of a mother
December 1940 (aged 33 years) Age: 68
Source: BDM Index
Citation details: Mary McCormack;1940;Gateshead;Qtr Dec; Vol 10A; Page 1415
Note: @not verified@
Family residence
Address: 2 Newburn Road
Bradford
Family residence
Address: 2 Copthorn View
Great Horton
Bradford
Death of a sister
Family residence
Address: 8 Grange Fold
Allerton
Bradford
Death of a sister
Address: 57 South Terrace
South Bank
Event
Golden Wedding Aniversary
August 24, 1979 (aged 72 years)
Text:

Check out the date of this celebration against the marriage certificate!

Only Grandad could get his Golden Wedding date a year early

Death of a sister
Death of a husband
Cause: Cardiac Arrest
Address: St Luke's Hospital
Bradford
Death
Cause of death: Aplastic Anaemia
Address: St Luke's Hospital, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Family with parents
father
18691918
Birth: June 1869 27 24 Durham, Stockton, England
Death: June 1918
mother
18721940
Birth: September 1872 17 Glamorgan, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales
Death: December 1940
Religious marriage Religious marriageFebruary 4, 1893Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
elder sister
18931978
Birth: February 5, 1893 23 20 South Bank, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
Death: August 8, 1978
3 years
elder sister
18951969
Birth: August 12, 1895 26 22 South Bank, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
Death: June 1969Ormesby, Redcar and Cleveland, England
5 years
elder sister
1900
Birth: April 1900 30 27 South Bank, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
7 years
herself
1944 Margaret Shepherd
19071992
Birth: March 30, 1907 37 34 Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
Death: May 9, 1992Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
-2 years
elder sister
1904
Birth: about 1904 34 31 South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England
7 years
younger sister
19101985
Birth: July 9, 1910 41 37 South Bank, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
Death: March 30, 1985Redcar and Cleveland, England
Family with Frank Rayner Shepherd
husband
Frank Shepherd.jpg
19081987
Birth: February 7, 1908 46 41 Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: February 16, 1987Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
herself
1944 Margaret Shepherd
19071992
Birth: March 30, 1907 37 34 Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, England
Death: May 9, 1992Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Religious marriage Religious marriageAugust 25, 1930Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
9 months
son
1935 John Shepherd
19312017
Birth: May 30, 1931 23 24 Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
Death: January 1, 2017Westbourne Community Hospital
Census
Citation details: RG14PN29211 RG78PN1694 RD535 SD1 ED8 SN72
Date of entry in original source: April 2, 1911
Religious marriage
Event
Text:

Check out the date of this celebration against the marriage certificate!

Only Grandad could get his Golden Wedding date a year early

Residence

Landlord Mr Tayor

Margaret lived at this address whilst working at his pub The Yorkshire Divan

George Stabb was also a tenant
George married Philis who became a life long friend. Philis was one of the first checkout staff at Morrisions Supermarket, Victoria - the first in Bradford.
George Staff was a physio at Bradford Park Avenue and also a worked at the Wholesale Fruit and Veg Market Bradford.

Occupation

Worked her for 30 years until retirerment.

Memory from Paul Shepherd (Grandson) - "As a boy of 14 Mark and me used to go to town with Nanna to help clean the tas offices. It was great fun we used to get 50p and a bag of pick and mix sweets from BHS (British Home Stores). Nanna did not know but Mark and me used to push ourselves on the office chairs and have rubber-band fights between the filling cabinets. Once the manager complained because of the number of rubber-bands we had not found and cleaned up. The cleaning equipment was kept in one of the bomb proof cellars under the offices, going down to them was alaways a scary experience." 12/11/08