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The McCulloughs of Madison County

Hendrickson, Sidney (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel : ill. ; 35 mm.

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Microreprodution of original published: [United States : S. Hendrickson, 1984]. [51] leaves.

Includes Morgan, Smith, Stumpff, and other related families.

John McCullough was born in Pennsylvania, ca. 1760, and moved to North Carolina as a child. He enlisted in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. He migrated to Kentucky in 1787 and married Constant Jones at Harrodsburg, Indiana, in 1787. He and most of his family migrated to Ripley County, Indiana, before 1820. He died there in 1823. His son, John McCullough, Jr., was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1789. He married Sarah Ann Morgan, probably at Morgan's Station, Montgomery County, Kentucky. They had fourteen children, 1815-1840, born in Kentucky and Indiana. Most of the family migrated to Iowa in 1856 and then on to Madison County (now Lyon County), Kansas. He died there in 1823. Descendants listed lived in Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, California, and elsewhere.

Includes a few ms. additons.

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