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Genealogical research : James McCullough, Revolutionary soldier 30570, Montogomery and Bath Co., Ky.

by F. R. Nicholas Carter
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989
on 1 microfilm reel : coats of arms, map. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (photocopy, 31 [i.e. 33] leaves) at the South Bend Public Library, South Bend, Indiana.

The author was searching for the parents of three McCullough sisters in Kentucky and collected McCullough/McCully/McCollum records. He offers proof that James McCully/McCullough of Montgomery and Bath Counties, Kentucky, was the father of Elizabeth McCullough, who married Reuben Hughes in Bath County, Kentucky, in 1813; Lydia McCullough, who married John Hensley in 1823 in Bath County; and Malinda McCullough, who married Joseph Sanford Harden in 1830 in Bath County. James McCullough was born in Stafford County, Virginia, in 1756, the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth MacCullough, and served in the Revolutionary War from Virginia. He first appeared in the records of Montgomery County, Kentucky, in 1779.

Includes information on the Hughes and other related families.

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