He was the oldest child of inventor Cyrus Hall McCormick Sr. (1809–1884) and philanthropist Nancy Fowler (1835–1923). He was born in Washington, D.C. on May 16, 1859. Cyrus Jr. married Harriet Bradley Hammond on March 5, 1889. They had three children: Cyrus Hall McCormick III was born September 22, 1890. Elizabeth McCormick was born July 12, 1892. Gordon McCormick was born June 21, 1894.
McCormick, Cyrus Hall III (1931), The Century of the Reaper, Houghton Mifflin, ASINB000859TCW, LCCN31009940A history monograph by the grandson of Cyrus Hall McCormick I. Subtitle: An account of Cyrus Hall McCormick, the inventor of the reaper; of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, the business he created; and of the International Harvester Company, his heir and chief memorial.
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