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William McCulloch (McCollough) b. 1718 Scotland and Isabel Arnold b. 1832 Ohio

Posted: 10 Nov 2010 12:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Nov 2011 10:28PM GMT
Surnames: McCollough, McCulloch, McCullouch, McCullough, Arnold, Lettom, Gamble
I am a descendant of both George McCollough (b. 1755 Scotland d. 1813) and John McCollough (b. 1766 PA d. 1842 m. Esther Gamble). George and John are half-brothers, sons of William McCulloch (b. 1718 Scotland).

This is the information that I have been given:
William McCulloch (b. 30 Nov 1718 Whithorn, Wigtown, Scotland, d. 1784 Hopewell Twp., Washington Co., PA)
married Margaret Lettom (b. ~1723) in 1743
Parents of:
Alexander McCollough (b. 1745 Scotland, d.1831)
George McCollough (b. 1755 Scotland, d. 1813)
William McCollough (b. Scotland)

William McCulloch (1718) emigrated with his sons to PA
married (unknown)
Parents of:
John McCollough (b. 3 Apr 1766 Peters Twp., Washington Co., PA)

I have been unable to trace this line back from William McCulloch (b. 1718 Whithorn, Wigtown,Scotland). I understand the last name may be any of hundreds of spellings as we go back in time. I also would appreciate information about descendants including spouses and children, and places and history.

I am also searching for genealogy information about my great grandmother, Isabella Arnold (b. 1832 Ohio d. 1900) who married William McCollough (b. 11 Oct 1822 Nottingham Twp., Harrison Co., OH) on 1 May 1850 in Unionville, Blement Co., OH. Both William and Isabel died in LaMoille, Marshall Co., IA in 1900.

Thanks for any information you can provide.

Camille McCollough Rogers

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