McCulloch One Name Study

Henry McCullochAge: 79 years17001779

Name
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.
1700
Death of a fatherJames McCulloch Of Grogan
July 19, 1725 (Age 25 years)
Residence
Henry also spelled his name McCulloh and is the most famous historical figure in the family. He moved to Westminster by the mid-1720s. He was already there in 1726 when he loaned his brother £777 against his shares in his wine businesses (RoD 49-284-31992)
about 1725 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#1
James McCulloch
about 1730 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Henry Eustace McCulloh
1737 (Age 37 years)

Birth of a daughter
#3
Penelope McCulloh
1738 (Age 38 years)

Occupation
In 1739, he was appointed "Commissioner for Supervising, Inspecting, and Comptrolling our Revenues and Grants of Land in South and North Carolina."
1739 (Age 39 years)
Residence
He became involved in settling the new province of North Carolina and became the largest land speculator in the project. You can read all about him in the NCpedia or in Stewart Dunaway’s detailed book Henry McCulloh and his son Henry Eustace McCulloh.
about 1739 (Age 39 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam McCulloch of Piedmont
1743 (Age 43 years)
Death of a daughterPenelope McCulloh
about 1745 (Age 45 years)

Death of a brotherJames McCulloh
May 13, 1745 (Age 45 years)
Residence
Returned to England in 1747
1747 (Age 47 years)
Death of a sonJames McCulloch
July 11, 1749 (Age 49 years)
MarriagePenelope EustaceView 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 (Age 49 years)
Residence 1749 (Age 49 years)
Death of a wifePenelope Eustace
April 25, 1767 (Age 67 years)
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, 1779 (Age 79 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: after May 1691Antrim, Northern Ireland
10 years
himself
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
sister
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
Father’s family with McAuley - View this family
father
step-mother
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
Family with Penelope Eustace - View this family
himself
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
wife
Marriage: August 9, 1749London, England
-19 years
son
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
son
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
daughter

Media objectHenry.McCulloh-1700-1779
Format: application/octet-stream