By Walter Williams
"JAMES H. McCoRD. the expansion of a very good firm in a urban is a compendium of the growth and improvement of town itself, for the latter is yet a meeting of fellows and their households, who're indirectly pointed out with the furthering of those transactions. the nice urban of St. Joseph, with its heterogeneous industries and far-reaching exchange and trade, owes its brilliant progress and prosperity to its place as a dispensing heart of the goods of an unlimited state, and its focus of creation; however it is not any much less indebted to the nice company homes, and the enterprising males who've constructed them from modest beginnings to out of the ordinary. measurement. one of many greatest and most vital advertisement matters of St. Joseph is the wholesale grocery residence of Nave-McCord Mercantile corporation, which below the directing head and hand of its president, James H. McCord, keeps to fulfill with the prosperity which it loved below its founder, the overdue James McCord."
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Born February 6, 1835, at St. Louis, the youngest of the family, who enlisted in the Second Missouri Regiment, Confederate Army, and met his death at the sanguinary battle of Franklin, Tennessee. O'Fallon Dougherty was five years of age when his father removed to the farm near Liberty, Missouri, and there he grew to manhood, securing his education in the early country schools, in which the benches were split logs with four crude and often unsteady legs and without any back. Subsequently he attended William Jewell College, at Liberty, when the school was held in the basement of the old Baptist church, before the new building was completed, and after completing his education returned to the homestead and continued to assist his father in his operations until the latter's death.
James McCord was married October 5, 1854, to Miss Mary E. , of St. Joseph, Missouri; Susan Alice, who is deceased; Lucy, who married J. , of St. Joseph; Mary Ada, who married J. , of Kansas City, Missouri; and Francis, who is deceased. The mother is still living in the old homestead place in St. Joseph, which she has occupied for fifty years. She is a woman of Christian character, is still active, and is devoting her time to various charities and missionary work in connection with the First Presbyterian Church of St.
M. Steele and C. D. Smith as partners, the last-named being the manager. In 1868. Leach, Nave & Company, which later became McCord. Nave & Company, was established at Kansas City, Missouri, and in 1871, Nave, Goddard & Company, later Nave & McCord entered into the commercial life of St. Louis, Missouri. At the time of his decease, September 24, 1903, Mr. McCord was connected with the following large business houses: The Nave McCord Mercantile Company, of St. Joseph, of which he was president, a business established in 1846, incorporated in 1880, and reiucorporated in 1900; the McCord-Brady Company of Omaha, Nebraska; the McCord-Chapman-Greer Mercantile Company, of Pueblo, Colorado; the McCord-Collins Company, of Fort Worth, Texas; the McCord-Collins Mercantile Company of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; the Smith-McCord Dry Goods Company, of Kansas City, Missouri; the Kistler-Metzler Mencantile Company, of Topeka, Kansas; the Sentry Wholesale Grocery Company, of Ilutchinson, Kansas; the Henry Krug Packing Company, of St.
A history of northwest Missouri by Walter Williams