McCulloch One Name Study

Penelope Eustace1767

Penelope Eustace
Birth of a son
James McCulloch
about 1730
Birth of a son
Henry Eustace McCulloh

Birth of a daughter
Penelope McCulloh

Death of a daughterPenelope McCulloh
about 1745

Death of a sonJames McCulloch
July 11, 1749
MarriageHenry McCullochView this family
Another son, Henry Eustace McCulloh (also in the NCpedia), was legitimised when Henry married the mother Penelope Eustace in London in 1749.
August 9, 1749
Death April 25, 1767
Family with Henry McCulloch - View this family
Henry McCulloch
Birth: Henry McCulloh, London merchant, land speculator in North Carolina, colonial official, and author of a stamp tax scheme for the American colonies, was the son of James McCulloh (or McCulloch) of Grogan.1700Grogan, County Antrim, Ireland
Death: At the time of his death McCulloh was residing in Chiswick, Middlesex County, near London, to which he had moved from nearby Turnham. He was buried at St. Nicholas Church, Chiswick.June 23, 1779Chiswick, Middlesex, England
Marriage: August 9, 1749London, England
-19 years
James McCulloch
Birth: about 1730 30Chiswick, Middlesex, England
Death: His son James by his first marriage died young in 1749, but left a son, also James, who had many descendants in the US.July 11, 1749Chiswick, Middlesex, England
8 years
Henry Eustace McCulloh
Birth: 1737 37
Death: Henry Eustace McCulloh married Udall West but had no legitimate issue, just an illegitimate son George McCulloh whom he left behind in the US to be brought up by James Iredell.1812
2 years