John MCCORD ID#6740, b. 25 November 1738, d. 15 November 1806
Father*John MCCORD1,2 d. a 1764
Birth*John MCCORD was born on 25 November 1738 in Virginia. One source gives birth date as 5 September 1738.3,4,2 
He was the son of John MCCORD.1,2 
WillIn John MCCORD's will dated 2 March 1764 in Albemarle County, Virginia, John MCCORD was named as executor; McCord, John Senior, Albemarle County Wills and Administrations, pp. 158-159. Will pro. 8 Mar. 1764., pp. 171-172. Inv. & appr. rec. 11 Oct. 1764. Will Book 2, 1752-1785 (Reel 34), Library of Virginia.1 
Military*Between 1780 and 1783 - Private in the South Carolina Militia under Capt. Pickens. 
Will*He left a will on 30 October 1806 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. His will mentions: sons John, James, William, Robert and Joseph; daughters Margaret McCord, Eleanor McCord, Agnes W. Farlin, Elizabeth McCord and Isabell McCrakin; grandson William Stuart McCord. Witnesses are John Hairston, Josiah Chambers and Andrew Paul.5,6 
Death*He died on 15 November 1806 at age 67.4 
Burial*He was buried in Upper Long Cane Cemetery, Abbeville County, South Carolina.4 
Probate*His estate was probated on 25 November 1806 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.5 



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  1. [S3210] Miller, W. Harris. History and Genealogies of the Families of Miller, Woods, Harris, Wallace, Maupin, Oldham, Kavanaugh, and Brown (illustrated): with interspersions of notes of the families of Dabney, Reid, Martin, Broaddus, Gentry, Jarman, Jameson, Ballard, Mullins, Michie, Moberley, Covington, Browning, Duncan, Yancey, and others. Richmond, Ky.:, unknown repository.
  2. [S3454] Lofquist, Margaret U., The Genenealogical Record of Some McCord Families in America 1965,
  3. [S233] Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American. Online
  4. [S3148] U.S. Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963:
  5. [S3066] South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Columbia, SC.
  6. [S3453] Will of John McCord - 1806, Abbeville District, South Carolina; Recorded 25 November 1806, Will Book 1, Page 331, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
Last Edited15 Jun 2018