McCulloch One Name Study

James McCullohAge: 46 years16991745

Name
James McCulloh
Birth about 1699

Birth of a brotherHenry McCulloch
1700 (Age 12 months)
Occupation
James was a wine merchant in Belfast initially as James McCulloh & Co, and then as McCulloh-Craford-Arbuckle & Co (RoD 49-284-31992).

Description
James (d 1745) used the spelling McCulloh and tended to call himself Captain, although don’t believe he was in the military. As James of Grogan in 1717 he witnessed the marriage of his cousin John Houston of Drumack (RoD 22-353-12260).
1717 (Age 18 years)

MarriageMary FergusonView this family
James himself married Mary Ferguson, the daughter of Dr Victor Ferguson.
before 1721 (Age 22 years)

Description
The funerals of three of his children are recorded in the funeral register of the First Presbyterian Church in Belfast in 1721, 1723 and 1726. There were two surviving daughters: Jane & Margaret
1721 (Age 22 years)
Death of a fatherJames McCulloch Of Grogan
July 19, 1725 (Age 26 years)
Residence
He took a house in Marsham St, Westminster and may have stayed longer than intended, because it's reported here that he was accused of passing an uncreditworthy bond by Samuel Richardson, the famous printer and novelist, and prevented from leaving England.
about 1729 (Age 30 years)
Residence
In the late 1720s James was in London where he is referred to as ‘one of the gentlemen of His Majesty’s Privy Chamber’ in a complicated land transaction involving Lord Shelburne (RoD 67-472-46824).
about 1729 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#1
James McCulloh
1732 (Age 33 years)
Residence
The land deal was still grinding on in 1735 (RoD 79-281-55832) by which time he had moved to Dublin, where he was living at the time of his death in 1744.
1735 (Age 36 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam McCulloch of Piedmont
1743 (Age 44 years)
Will
Although he would come to have many descendants through the Iredells, Captain James McCulloh chose to leave the residue of his estate to his nephew William in his will of 1744 (RoD 116-414-81200).
1744 (Age 45 years)
Death May 13, 1745 (Age 46 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: after May 1691Antrim, Northern Ireland
10 years
younger brother
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
himself
Father’s family with McAuley - View this family
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step-mother
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
Family with Mary Ferguson - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: before 1721
daughter
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James McCulloh + … … - View this family
himself
son
James McCulloh
Birth: Although he was survived by his wife Mary Ferguson, it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that it was he who christened a son James at St John’s Smith Square in 1732 with a ‘wife’ called Ann.1732 33St Johns Smith Square, London, England