Mcconomy Family History & Genealogy
Mcconomy Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Mcconomy family.
Mcconomy Biographies & Family Trees
Find birth, death records, and obituaries of Mcconomies on AncientFaces:
Most Common First Names
- John 8.2%
- James 8.2%
- Alexander 3.3%
- Marie 3.3%
- Albert 3.3%
- Gerald 3.3%
- Joseph 3.3%
- Vincent 3.3%
- Mary 3.3%
- Marietta 1.6%
Sample of 68 Mcconomies bios
Mcconomy Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 48 people with the last name Mcconomy that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Mcconomy family on AncientFaces.
- Dorothea M Mcconomy lived 93 years
- James J Mcconomy lived 90 years
- Marjorie A Mcconomy lived 87 years
- Vincent J Mcconomy lived 84 years
- John A Mcconomy lived 81 years
- Lillian Mcconomy lived 89 years
- Thomas Mcconomy lived 81 years
- Mary E Mcconomy lived 91 years
- Arthur Mcconomy lived 80 years
- George Mcconomy lived 79 years
Peter McConomy also devoted a lot of his time to the Catholic church, becoming a prominent member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Lancaster. Family legend has it that he laid out the "new" cemetery of St Mary's church, and planted the trees that lined the avenue leading to the family burial plot there.
Peter McConomy's shoe store was located on West King Street in Lancaster, very near the store owned by Charles Gillespie. Both men are listed as members of the same societies and committees and both served on the Building Committee for the "new" St. Mary's church building built in 1854. So the two men (both my great-great-grand grandfathers) must have known each other well for a long time before their children married each other.
The wife of Peter McConomy, Rebecca Rudisill,1806-1893 had probably lived at least part of her life in Franklin County, Pa. She was the daughter of John Adam Rudisill (1776-1837), a saddler, and Elizabeth Wolff (1784-1841). Rebecca's ancestors on both sides (as far as I can trace) were part of the Pennsylvania German community. She was raised in the Lutheran church, but converted to Catholicism, probably when she married Peter McConomy. She and Peter are both buried in St. Mary's Catholic Church cemetery in Lancaster, Pa.