THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN MCCULLOCH
John McCulloch was born in Scotland in 1682. He married
Mary Campbell. Mary was born in scotland in 1682. They were
supporters of the British monarch and fled to Ireland about 1700.
They emigrated from Ireland to Gloucester County, New Jersey,
where they died about 1730.
Children of John and Mary (Campbell) McCulloch.
2. (1). Samuel b. 1705 d. 1748
m.Elizabeth Ward 1724
3. (2). John b. 1708
4. (3). Robert b. 1710
2.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH 1.JOHN MCCULLOCH
Samuel McCulloch, a son of John and Mary (Campbell)
McCulloch, was born in Ireland in 1705 and died in Gloucester
County, New Jersey in 1748. His will was dated November 30,
Samuel married Elizabeth Ward in Ireland and the family
emigrated to New Jersey with his parents in 1724.
Children of Samuel and Elizabeth (Ward) McCulloch.
5. (1). John b. 1725 d. 1775
m.Sarah Inskeep 1749
6. (2). George b. 1728
7. (3). Mary b. 1730
m.Thomas Ashby Nov 14 1751 Stafford Co. VA
8. (4). Elizabeth b. 1732
9. (5). Thomas b. 1735 d. 1780
m.Isabelle Patrick in 1759 in Albemarle County, VA. He
was a Lieutenant in the Revolution and was wounded in
the Battle of King's Mountain in North Carolina October
2, 1780. He died of his wounds in Rutherford, NC and
is buried there.
10. (6). Hannah b. 1737 d. 1791
5.JOHN MCCULLOCH 2.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH 1.JOHN MCCULLOCH
John McCulloch, a son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Ward)
McCulloch, was born in 1725 in Glouscester County, New Jersey and
died of cholera at Pittsburgh, PA in 1775. He married Sarah
Inskeep in Gloucester County in 1749. Sarah, a daughter of James
and Mary (Miller) Inskeep, was born was born in Cloucester County
in 1730 and died in Albermarle County, VA about 1793.
John and Sarah lived on the family farm at Marlton, NJ util
1760, when they moved to Hardy County, VA and settled on the
South Branch of the Potomac River. In 1770, they moved to Ohio
County, VA and settled on Short Creek near Wheelng. Sarah
returned to Hardy County and was joined by John in 1771. In
1775, John visited their son George in Pittsburg, caught cholera
and died. Sarah moved to Albermarle County, VA, where she died
Children of John and Sarah (Inskeep) McCulloch.
11. (1). Elizabeth b. 1750
m.Ebenezer Zane 1767
12. (2). John b. 1752 d.Apr 6 1821
m.Mary Bukey 1771
13. (3). Samuel b. 1756 d.Jul 30 1782
m.Mary Mitchell Feb 1782
14. (4). George b. 1758
15. (5). Abraham b. 1760 d.May 5 1839
m.Alcey Boggs 1787
16. (6). Sarah b. 1762
11.ELIZABETH CCULLOCH 5.JOHN MCCULLOCH 2.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH
Elizabeth McCulloch, a daughter of John and Sarah (Inskeep)
McCulloch, was born in Marlton, Gloucester County, NJ in 1750.
She married Ebenezer Zane in Hardy County, VA in 1767.
In 1770, the family moved to Ohio County VA. Ebenezer Zane
was a legendary frontiersman. He founded Wheeling, VA and
established Zane's Trace, the trail that lead settlers into the
interior of Southern Ohio. The city of Zanesville, Ohio is named
12.JOHN MCCULLOCH JR. 5.JOHN MCCULLOCH 2.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH
John McCulloch Jr., a son of John and Sarah
(Inskeep)McCulloch, was born at Marltom, Gloucester County, NJ in
1752 and died at Short Creek, Ohio County, VA (WV) April 6, 1821.
Johm moved with his family to Hardy County, VA in 1760. In
1770, he moved with his family to Short Creek, Ohio County VA
(WV). He married Mary Bukey in Ohio County in 1771. Mary, a
daughter of John and Jemima (Dunn) Bukey, was born in Suxxex
County, NJ in 1754 and moved with her family to Ohio County in
During the American Revolution, John and his brother Samuel
became famous Indian scouts and spies operating out of Fort
Henry. He served under Brodhead in 1781 and under Williamson in
1782. The faily is believed to have moved to Albemarle County VA
in 1782, but they soon returned to Ohio County, where John was
name Captain of Militia in 1792. He commanded an exploration
into Ohio in 1793 and was named Major of Militia in 1795.
After the Indian wars, John was named a County Judge. He
was a vehement supporter of the establishment of the Methodist
church in Ohio County.
Known children of John and Mary (Bukey) McCulloch.
17. (1). Mary b. 1773 d.c. 1821
m.James Harris III Jan 1790
18. (2). Robert
19. (3). James
20. (4). John
13.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH 5.JOHN MCCULLOCH 2.SAMUEL MCCULLOCH
Samuel McCulloch, a son of John and Sarah (Inskeep)
McCulloch, was born in 1752 at Marlton, Gloucester County, NJ and
was killed by Indians at Fort Henry, Ohio County, VA (WV) July
He married Mary Mitchell in Ohio County in February 1782.
Samuel was a Major in the American Revolution and commanded
the garrison at Fort Henry, Ohio County, VA. In July 1782,
Indians besieged the fort. On July 30, 1782, Samuel was bringing
relief to the fort when his party was ambushed by Indians. He
escaped temporarily by leaping his horse off a cliff some 200
feet into Wheeling Creek. Nevertheless, he was caught and
Woodyard, Edward L., 'McCulloch',"Journal of the Braxton
Historical Society", Sep 1989