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ABT 1763 - 27 SEP 1840
16 SEP 1801 - 26 DEC 1888
BET 1770 AND 1780 - BET 1821 AND 1829
1 MAR 1828 - 18 DEC 1919
ABT 1780 - BET 1813 AND 1819
MAR 1804 - 5 SEP 1866
Jane "Jennie" McCalmont
1 FEB 1787 - BEF 1819
|PARENT (M) William McCullough|
|Birth||1 MAR 1828||Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, United States of America|
|Death||18 DEC 1919||College Hill, Beaver, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Marriage||28 DEC 1842||to Elizabeth Jane Frampton at Jefferson Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|PARENT (F) Elizabeth Jane Frampton|
|Birth||7 AUG 1828||Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||9 FEB 1898||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., PA|
|Marriage||28 DEC 1842||to William McCullough at Jefferson Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|M||William Sheridan McCullough|
|Birth||28 JAN 1863||Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||7 OCT 1941||Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA|
|M||John David McCullough|
|Birth||14 DEC 1864||Mechanicsville, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||27 JUN 1931||Beaver Falls, Beaver, Pennsylvania, USA|
|M||Edward M. McCullough|
|Birth||6 OCT 1868||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||17 JUL 1949||Beaver Falls, Beaver, Pennsylvania, USA|
|M||Charles Spurgeon McCullough|
|Birth||16 MAR 1859||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||2 JAN 1939||East Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA|
|F||Bertha Anna McCullough|
|Birth||2 APR 1871||Mechanicsville, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, United States of America|
|Death||1 MAY 1948||Clarion, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, United States of America|
|F||Elizabeth "Lizzie" Olive Sloan|
|Birth||26 MAR 1861||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||16 JAN 1906||Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States of America|
|F||Carrie Emma McCullough|
|Birth||6 DEC 1866||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||12 SEP 1935||New Kensington, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA|
|F||Mary A. McCullough|
|Birth||15 JUL 1849||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||24 MAY 1916||Washington, USA|
|F||Sarah M. McCullough|
|Birth||24 DEC 1851||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||9 APR 1854|
|Birth||26 JAN 1854||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||BEF 1860||Clarion Co., PA|
|F||Sarah Jane McCullough|
|Birth||29 MAR 1853||Clarion County, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||4 JAN 1915||Spring Creek, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, USA|
|M||Clarence Blake Meyers McCullough|
|Birth||25 DEC 1867||Mechanicsville, PA?|
|Death||AFT 1919||Youngstown, Ohio|
|F||Celia J. P. McCullough|
|Birth||24 MAY 1857||Mechanicsville, Clarion Co., Pennsylvania, USA|
|Death||30 APR 1939||Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, USA|[S372] U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current [S332] Pennsylvania, Veterans Burial Cards, 1777-1999 [S367] Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1924 [S11] 1880 United States Federal Census [S252] 1880 United States Federal Census [S420] Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1964 [S108] Lynn van Rooijen-McCullough [S234] 1860 United States Federal Census [S229] Pennsylvania 1910 Miracode Index [S235] 1910 United States Federal Census [S136] Obituary [S366] U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
William McCullough, a man of sturdy frame and strong upright character, who lived almost 92 years, quietly sat in his chair at the residences of his son, Edward M. McCullough, in Beaver Falls, Pa., last Thursday evening, December 18, 1919, and closed up the book of his life, and was not, for God took his spirit back to his care until the time of the restoration of all things. He had rheumatism, especially in one foot which had been crippled in the war of 1861 - 65, and finally that became the seat of the disease which terminated his life and from which he suffered very much in the last days and weeks of his life. But on the evening named his supper had been carried to him and placed before him as he sat in his chair. Shortly thereafter his son noticed him sitting with a bowed head and his right hand hanging down at his right side, and spoke to him only to find only the house in which he had lived, that father had gone away, leaving o long.
William McCullough was born in Jefferson county, PA., March 1, 1828, a son of former Sherrif McCullough, of that county, and grew to manhood there. He learned and followed the carpenter's trade, and in his prime was considered a man of great skill and splendid ability in his chosen occupation. On December 28, 1842, he was united in marriage with Eliza Jane Frampton, a daughter of William Frampton, and shortly thereafter moved to and established his home in Mechanicsvillle, where he made his home until a couple of years ago after his wife died 21 years ago last Feb. 9. Following that he resided with his children, spending most of his summers with his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Russell, of Clarion, and his winters with his son where he died.
Mr. McCullough is survived by seven children, namely: Spurgeon, of Cleveland, O.; Mrs. Denton Tucker, Graham, Wash.; W. S., Pittsburgh; J. D., Beaver falls; Mr. N. Heackman, New Kensington; Ed. M., Beaver Falls and Mrs J.W. Russell, of Clarion.
There also survive more than 40 grandchildren, 40 great grandchildren and 6 great great grandchildren. He also leaves one brother, John McCulough, Brooksville; Mrs. E. O. Orcutt, and Mrs. David Orcutt, Corsica, and Mrs. David Sowers, in the west.
The deceased served in the war of 1861 - 63 as a member of Co. G, 26th Pa Vol. Inf., and gave his country a devoted service at the expense of his own body, and he goes out honored member of the Grand Army of the Republic.
The deceased became a member of Zion Baptist Church at Reldsburg many years ago. Funeral services were conducted at his late home and the mortal remains were brought to Clarion last Saturday and were interment in the Clarion cemetery. The Rev Wm. EE. Bartlet performing the last rites committing the..........
William McCullough was a member of "Berdan's Sharpshooters," 2nd Regiment U.S. Sharpshooters, Company C. They were mustered into the United States service October 5th, 1861.
COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT, U.S. SHARPSHOOTERS.
During the month of August, 1861, Captain S.M. Dewey, of Harrisburg, Pa., visited Jefferson county for the purpose of recruiting men for a company in "Berdans Sharpshooters." None but expert marksmen were received, each individual being required to "make ten consecutive shots at a distance of two hundred yards, within five inches of the center of the target, or fifty inches measured from the center of the target to the center of ball-holes. Each man to certify to his target before a justice of the peace."
Ira J. Northrup was left in charge of recruiting for this company, and soon recruited a good squad of men who were at once sent to the headquarters of the regiment at Harrisburg, and were mustered into the service October 5, 1861. This company did gallant service for the Union. They were all expert marksmen, and were armed with the most approved breech-loading rifles. The history of "Berdans Sharpshooters" is that of the Army of Potomac. In the thick of every battle they were sure to do effective work as their shots always told on the foe.
The following men represented Jefferson county in Company C.U.S.S.:
Sergeants, Ira J. Northrup, promoted to captain; Frank Rumbarger, John W. Pearsall; corporals, John McMurray, Isaac Lyle; privates, George Boals, George W. Dunkle, John S. Geer, W.E. Jacox, Leroy C. Jacox, James Law, Samuel Lattimer, Thomas Long, William McCullough, J. Prindle, L.W. Scott, George H. Stewart, Wesley C. Thompson, James Watts. Samuel Law died of wounds received at Antietam.
Source: Scott, Kate M., History of Jefferson County, pp. 189-199. CHAPTER XVI. JEFFERSON COUNTY MEN IN OTHER ORGANIZATIONS.
HISTORY OF CLARION COUNTY
edited by A. J. Davis, 1887
HISTORY OF CLARION TOWNSHIP.
By C. S. Hepler.
The only village not incorporated, within the limits of the township, is situated near the southern boundary and is called Mechanicsville, or Frampton P. O. At present it contains a dry goods and grocery store, belonging to and kept by Mr. J. P. Kahle, a hotel known as the McCullough House, a blacksmith shop, a post-office, which has a daily mail, and is kept by Mr. Ed. M. McIntire; a wagon shop, and office of the justice of the peace, A. J. Frampton, esq., also several private residences. The post-office was so named in honor of William Frampton, esq., one of the oldest settlers of the place, and father of the present justice.
Name: William McCullough ,
Residence: Jefferson County, Pennsylvania
Enlistment Date: 01 October 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: U.S. Volunteers
Unit Numbers: 3017
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 01 October 1861
Enlisted in Company C, 2nd SS Regiment VO on 01 October 1861.
Source Citation: Side served: Union; State served: U.S. Volunteers; Enlistment date: 01 October 1861..
Historical Data Systems, comp.. American Civil War Soldiers [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 1999. Original data: Data compiled by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA from the following list of works.
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