McCulloch One Name Study

George McCulloch (ii) of TorhouseAge: 91 years16441735

Name
George McCulloch (ii) of Torhouse
Birth about 1644

Death of a fatherHew Mcculloch
1655 (Age 11 years)

Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn McCulloch
1667 (Age 23 years)

Marriage of a parentCaptain Robert KerCecilia MccullochView this family
1670 (Age 26 years)

MarriageJanet RamseyView this family
1674 (Age 30 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherAlexander Mcculloch
October 1674 (Age 30 years)

Birth of a daughter
#1
Elizabeth Mcculloch
1676 (Age 32 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Jean Mcculloch
about 1677 (Age 33 years)

Birth of a daughter
#3
Agnes Mcculloch
about 1678 (Age 34 years)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Grizzel Mcculloch
1680 (Age 36 years)

Marriage of a childMichael WallaceJean MccullochView this family
1696 (Age 52 years)

Marriage of a childPatrick MckieAgnes MccullochView this family
March 13, 1697 (Age 53 years)

Marriage of a childWilliam MccullochElizabeth MccullochView this family
November 16, 1704 (Age 60 years)

Death of a daughterGrizzel Mcculloch
November 11, 1729 (Age 85 years)

Death 1735 (Age 91 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 1643
sister
sister
brother
himself
Mother’s family with Captain Robert Ker - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: 1670
Family with Janet Ramsey - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 1674
3 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
3 years
daughter

Note

George McCulloch was served heir to his grandfather, Alexander, 1680, in Torhouse McCulloch, Torhousekie, Carngavin, Auchneacht, and Craigdow.

The arrest and execution on the charge of murder of Sir Godfrey McCulloch, brought ruin to many members of the McCulloch family.

His estate was hopelessly involved and it took many years to disentangle his affairs. George McCulloch must have been on intimate terms with Sir Godfrey; he had acted as cautioner for him in many of the bonds that represented his financial dealings: one alone was for £5000. He was of course called on to implement his suretyship and consequently suffered serious losses. Many documents registered at the Sheriff Court of Wigtown attest the difficulties he, and other McCullochs had to face and adjust among themselves.