Musings and Media
Auld Lang Syne
Happy New Year! You know Rabbie Burns’ “Auld Lang Syne.” But, did you know about the Burns-McCulloch connection? Robert Burns… Read More »Auld Lang Syne
North American McCulloch Timeline
We are pleased to announce the latest resource on the site: Timeline of McCullochs and McCulloughs in North America. We… Read More »North American McCulloch Timeline
Genealogy Tip: ScotlandsPeople
If you are researching Scottish ancestors, such as your McCulloch ancestors, be sure to visit ScotlandsPeople. This excellent site has… Read More »Genealogy Tip: ScotlandsPeople
Genealogy Tip: Scots Naming Patterns
North Americans who hit a brickwall in the genealogy may be interested to learn that Scottish families traditionally named their… Read More »Genealogy Tip: Scots Naming Patterns
New: A Timeline of Galloway and Northern Ireland
If you are interested in learning about the McCullochs in their historic and geographic context, have a look at our… Read More »New: A Timeline of Galloway and Northern Ireland
Where are they Now?
Andrew McCulloch, again, writing in “Galloway: A Land Apart” writes the following: “Although the original McCullochs of Myretoun disposed of… Read More »Where are they Now?
What Happened to the McCulloch Estates?
According to Andrew McCulloch writing in “Galloway: A Land Apart,” the modern McCulloch landholdings reached their zenith under John McCulloch… Read More »What Happened to the McCulloch Estates?
McCulloch Iazyges Origins?
If you are beginning your McCulloch family search and hope to discover your Scottish roots, you may be surprised at… Read More »McCulloch Iazyges Origins?
Mote of Mark and Early Trade
The Mote of Mark near Dalbeattie is a vitrified hillfort that seems to date to the 6th century. This archeological… Read More »Mote of Mark and Early Trade