McCulloch One Name Study

James McCulloch Of Grogan1725

Name
James McCulloch Of Grogan
Birth
Death of a fatherWilliam McCulloch of Randalston
1682
Death of a motherSusanna Blundell
after 1682

MarriageJane HoustonView this family
after May 1691
Birth of a son
#1
William McCulloch of Piedmont
about 1697

Birth of a son
#2
James McCulloh
about 1699

Birth of a son
#3
Henry McCulloch
1700
Property
A deed of 1712 (Dublin Registry of Deeds 10-133-3227) cites a 1690 agreement where Rose O’Neill, Marchioness of Antrim, put in trust a long list of around 150 townlands in Antrim for the use of John O’Neill, Edmund Stafford and James McCulloch for 41 years
1712

Marriage of a childWilliam McCulloch of PiedmontDorothy Beresford ShawView this family
1718

Marriage of a childJames McCullohMary FergusonView this family
before 1721

Death July 19, 1725
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Family with Jane Houston - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: after May 1691Antrim, Northern Ireland
10 years
son
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
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