History of McCornick, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

MCCORNICK

McCornick (Millard) was a settlement and a siding on the Union Pacific Railroad, eleven miles norhtwest of Holden. The settlement was established through a high-pressure advertising and selling scheme, but died bly 1930 because of alternating floods and drought. It was named for William S. McCornick, a Salt Lake City banker and promoter.

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