McCulloch One Name Study

William McCulloch of PiedmontAge: 46 years16971743

Name
William McCulloch of Piedmont
Birth about 1697

Birth of a brotherJames McCulloh
about 1699 (Age 2 years)

Birth of a brotherHenry McCulloch
1700 (Age 3 years)
Will
William McCulloch of Grogan, he co-executed the will of his cousin Patrick Shaw of Brittas in 1715. (Patrick was doubly related as parents were Margaret’s brother and stepdaughter.) Patrick mentioned brother John Shaw of Bush in the will (RoD 15-39-6698).
1715 (Age 18 years)

MarriageDorothy Beresford ShawView this family
In 1718, William married Dorothy Beresford Shaw of Ballygally. Their tripartite marriage settlement survives in the Registry of Deeds (RoD 36-491-23759).
1718 (Age 21 years)

Birth of a son
#1
James McCulloh Of Piedmont
1719 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a son
#2
William McCulloh of Duneane
1721 (Age 24 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Henry McCulloh
1724 (Age 27 years)

Death of a fatherJames McCulloch Of Grogan
July 19, 1725 (Age 28 years)
Probate
WILLIAM, the heir of James McCulloch of Grogan, inherited all the lands in Antrim and Armagh. He was mentioned in the will of his grandmother Margaret Houston (née Shaw).
1725 (Age 28 years)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Margaret McCulloch
1726 (Age 29 years)

Property
In another deed signed in June 1728 he is already designated William McCulloch of Piedmont, as he was known thereafter. He settled near Duneane Church in townland of Ballylenully and built a home there, now known as Paymount House.
about 1728 (Age 31 years)

Description
In 1739 William was visited by Edward McCulloch of Ardwall ‘at the toun of Antrim as to the settlement of a great debt on the estate of Kerse’ and was described as ‘a man of honour and of an opulent estate’ (A History of the Galloway Families of McCulloch)
1739 (Age 42 years)
Death 1743 (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
himself
3 years
younger brother
Father’s family with McAuley - View this family
father
step-mother
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
half-sister
Family with Dorothy Beresford Shaw - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 1718
2 years
son
James McCulloh Of Piedmont
Birth: The eldest son of William McCulloch of Piedmont.1719 22 19Piedmont, Antrim, Northern Ireland
Death: He died unmarried in 1774. He had still not paid the younger children what they were left in their father’s will.1774Camly, Armagh, Northern Ireland
3 years
son
4 years
son
Henry McCulloh
Birth: The youngest son of William of Piedmont.1724 27 24
Death: Died 27 October 1755 after taking ill during a meeting at the colonial assembly just 7 months after arriving in North Carolina.October 27, 1755North Carolina, USA
3 years
daughter