Margaret E Macculloch & David J Hall Family History Research - Source Page 5
  • [S32] Bombay, India Christ Church Byculla, BP0018 Baptismal record 0018 Alfred Hugh Harry DONALD Hillatt Macculloch (India Office (Christ Church Byculla, Bombay, India): Self Photocopy from Microfilm, 1996 (1845)).
  • [S46] MEH, compiler, "M0041 H Macculloch Monumental Transcript made in situ of inscription for Hugh Macculloch #38 and Jessie Gemmell #39, erected by HB Macculloch, #15."; Ancestral File (14 Mar 1998 (visited)), St Michaels Church, Linlithgow GC5/M31, St Michael's Manse, The Kirkgate, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland.
  • [S66] Letter from Margaret Elaine Macculloch B.A.(Hons) (unknown author address) to Lambeth Palace Library, 17 and 19 Nov 1996; Lambeth Palace Library GenL003 (Lambeth Palace Library, Lambeth, London, England). Held at the Library but 'Unsuitable for photocopying and not been microfilmed'. Black and white photograph 6"x8" or 10"x8" 21. Provides no more information. Can visit to inspect.
  • [S102] Letter from Moffatt Woollen Mill (unknown author address) to MEH, 21 May 1997 (M34/B4:14 May 1997. M36:4 Jun 1997. M37: 4 Jun 1997 Scotch House, London. No reply; Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives. (unknown repository address). 'Bowie - Grant, McDonald and McLean are the associated Clans and so are the Tartans used by the Bowie Clan'.
    'McCulloch - McDonald, McDougall, Munro and Ross are the associated Clans and so are the Tartans to use'.

    Samples:
    MacLean of Duart (B) and MacLean MLD/A (B) Munro 678.
    (M) Ross Htg. 685 (M) Macdougall 646 (M) Ross Dress 684 (M). MacDonald MDR/ A of Clanranaid (B & M) MacDonald Clan MD/A (B & M), MacDonald Clan MD/M (B & M) MacDonald Dress MDD/M (B & M)

    34 Letter to Moffat Woollen Mill, 14 May 1997
    35 Reply from Moffat Woollen Mill, 21 May 1997 - Samples
    36 Reply from Moffat Woolen Mill, 4 Jun 1997
    37 Letter to The Scotch House, 4 Jun 1997 (No reply).
  • [S105] Gordon Editor: Marsden, "unknown article title", General File I004/5. 'History Today' used for India Timeline. Article 'India and the British' SEE GenJ06. 47 (9) (September 1997).
  • [S117] Agnes Hillatt JONES (37), compiler, "F0002 The Jones and Macculloch Family Photograph Album + Facsimilie with Notes. Approach database photograph PC0007. Photographed photographs Copyright D J Hall"; Ancestral File (c 1860-1928. Facsimilie Jan 1997), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
  • [S146] Robert Pols, General File B0009 Bibliography: 'Dating Old Photographs' (Birmingham: Countryside Books in association with The Federation of Family History Socs, 1992).
  • [S287] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to Mr Geoffrey Bonas, 3 Jan 1999; Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives. (unknown repository address).
  • [S301] Letter from Local Hist Librarian M S Cavanagh (Library HQ, Blackburn, W Lothian) to MEH, 11 Jan 1999; Libraries of Scotland GS012/M53 (National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland). Photocopy of 'Monumental Inscriptions (pre-1855) in West Lothian, complied by John F Mitchell and Sheila Mitchell, The Scottish Genealogy Society.
  • [S309] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, International Genealogical Index and Various records on the world wide web: FamilySearch Internet Genealogical Index. (http://www.familysearch.org/: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Various).
  • [S313] Family Tree Magazine, GenJ0009 'Family Tree Magazine' (Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambs: Armstrong, Boon & Marriott, January 1999).
  • [S328] Unknown subject, Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies GL004, 79-82 Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, England.
  • [S329] Unknown subject, Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies GL004, 79-82 Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, England.
  • [S330] Microsoft Corporation, GenB0020 'Microsoft Encarta '95 - The Complete Interactive Multimedia Encyclopedia' on CD (n.p.: Microsoft Corporation, 1992-1994).
  • [S346] MEH/DJH, compiler, "M0013 Notes on Visits to Linlithgow and St Michael's Church by D J Hall #1 and M E Macculloch #2. Re #15 etc."; Ancestral File (2 Aug 1977. 14 Mar 1998), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
  • [S347] Grace Agnes Pollard, compiler, "M0015 H Mcculloch (1). Monument PHOTOGRAPH sent to HB Macculloch, #10, by his cousin Grace Macculloch [Pollard], #74. (2) enclosed with a Christmas Card. 3. Plus transcription by JA Macculloch, #12, made on her visit [c 1975?]. Urn placed on R Mcculloch tomb."; Ancestral File (#10'1979?' #2 1974 -whose Urn?), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
  • [S348] Letter from MEH and reponses (unknown author address) to Rev I Paterson and responses, from 22 Jan 1997; St Michaels Church, Linlithgow GC5/M31 (St Michael's Manse, The Kirkgate, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland). M025: Letter to Rev Paterson 22 Jan 1997
    [quoting references to Plaque]
    M027: Reply from Rev Paterson 27 Jan 1997
    [Confirms gravestone in Churchyard. No plaque, but two churches been demolished in Linlithgow, records now in Edinburgh]
    M028: Letter to Rev Paterson 8 Feb 1997
    [asking to clarify dates on gravestone]
    M029: Reply from Rev Paterson on postcard sent M028. 21 Feb 1997
    ['Giving dates as Jessie 26 April 18?4 and Hugh 26 March 1840. This confirms theory that when Hugh Bowie Macculloch gave 'Full' Age on his marriage certificate in 1864 he was over 21, as in 1843 his father had been dead 3 years. This is supported a) by his photograph (he looks 30/even 40!) and b) by the position he had in India as Bank Manager'.]
    M030: Letter to Rev Paterson 23 Feb 1997
    [Thank you for M29]
    Xmas card 1997 to Rev Paterson asking how restoration progressing.
    M45a/b Postcard returned Mar 1997 - letter re visit
    M048: Reply Rev Paterson 14 Mar 1998

    M025: Quoting N007 [also plaque in church] and photocopy of M015.
    M027: Confirming 'that gravestone is in church yard [HB Macculloch et al], but there is no evidence of a plaque inside the church. Two churches have been demolished in Linlithgow and it is possible that it might have been in one of them. All funerals took place in St Michael's until 1895.' Records 'now in Register House, Edinburgh and access can be obtained on application to the Keeper of the Records, Register House.'
    M028: Letter to M051 Rev Paterson asking to clarify dates on monument [HB Macculloch et al].
    M029 Rev Paterson returns post card, received 21 Feb 1997 with his transcription of gravestone [HB Macculloch et al]
    M030 Thank you to Rev Paterson.
    Xmas card as above.
    M045a/b East end of Church now restored - letter re visit 14 Mar 1998
    M048 OPENING HOURS.
  • [S349] Bruce Jamieson, M0051' The Church of St Michael of Linlithgow' History/Guidebook and Photograph on front cover (n.p.: n.pub., Purchased 2 Aug 1997).
  • [S350] Philip A Crowl, M0031/GenB04c 'The Intelligent Traveller's Guide to Historic Scotland' (n.p.: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1986).
  • [S351] John and Keay, Julia Keay, GenG0004/B0023 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #15 Gorbals 'Collins Encyclopedia of Scotland' (n.p.: Harper Collins, 1994).
  • [S371] Scottish Tourist Board, General File S0019 Scottish Guides '98: 'Scotland 1998 When will you go?'. GenS019a 'Where to stay What to do 1998', GenS019b Edinburgh's Coast and Countryside Holiday Guide '98' GenS019c 'Greater Glasgow & Clyde Valley '98' (Glasgow Scotland: Scottish Tourist Board, 1998).
  • [S587] David Kynaston, GenB0029 'The City of London Vol 1 A World of Its Own' 1815-1890. Agra & United Services Bank references. # 15 and #16. (London: Chatto & Windus, 1994).
  • [S625] Guildhall Library, General File M0003 Marriage Licence Records (Allegations and Bonds) (n.p.: n.pub., Revised PJW/May 1996).
  • [S627] Lambeth Palace Library, General File L0003 Lambeth Palace Library. Information Sheet May 1966. (n.p.: Lambeth Palace Library, May 1966).
  • [S630] Kelly's Directory, O0019 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #15 Agra Bank. 'Kelly's Directory' Research Notes only on 'Family Tree Journal'. (Westminster Area: n.pub., 1865).
  • [S633] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to National Register of Archives, 5 Sep 1996; National Register of Archives/Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (Curatorial Office, Royall Com on Hist Manuscripts Quality Ho,Quality Ct,, Chancery Lane, London, England).
  • [S634] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to RCHM Nat Reg of Archives, 9 Sep 1996; Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives. (unknown repository address). National Register of Archives - Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.

    'Reply to N016 from Royal Commission on Historicak Manuscripts "business index of the National Register of Archives contains no reference to surviving records of John & Co or Macculloch John & Co" '.
  • [S635] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to Royal Com on Historical Manuscripts, 15 Oct 1996; Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives. (unknown repository address).
  • [S636] Letter from RCHM Nat Reg of Archives (unknown author address) to MEH, 21 Oct 1996; National Register of Archives/Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (Curatorial Office, Royall Com on Hist Manuscripts Quality Ho,Quality Ct,, Chancery Lane, London, England). 'Reply to N018 'no record of surviving papers' but extract from 'Bankers Almanac'" See N020.
  • [S637] Bankers Almanac and Year Book, N0020 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #15. 'Bankers Almanac and Year Book 1978-79: Agra & United Services Bank Limited. Received from Royal Commission on Historical Monuments. (n.p.: n.pub., 21 Oct 1996.).
  • [S638] Letter from Scottish Record Office (unknown author address) to Hugh Bowie Macculloch, 20 Sep 1985; Record Office Scotland GenS018 (H M General Register House, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland).
  • [S639] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to Companies Registration Office, 15 Oct 1996; Companies Registration Office (Company House, 55 City Road, London, England).
  • [S641] Family History Knowledge, General File F0001/S0003 'Family History Knowledge' 1. Getting Started. 2 Tracing Scottish Ancestors (n.p.: n.pub., UK 1992/3).
  • [S642] General Register Office for Scotland, General File S0008 General Register Office for Scotland information from. (n.p.: n.pub., 1999).
  • [S643] National Register of Archives, General File N0002 National Register of Archives Information Sheet: Sources for Business History (n.p.: n.pub., 1999).
  • [S696] General Register Office (GRO), CE 1851 Scotland Census (Scotland: General Register Office for Scotland (GROS), 100 Years after).
  • [S698] General Register Office (GRO), CE 1841 Scotland Census (General Register Office for Scotland (GROS): 6 June 1841, 100 Years after), Scotland.
  • [S704] Letter from MEH (unknown author address) to FHG Dr Richard C F Baker, 9 Jan 0000; Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies GL004 (79-82 Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, England).
  • [S806] Studio Photographer, compiler, "J0011 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #15 and Mary Georgina Rosetta Hillatt Jones #16 framed photograph."; Ancestral File (c 1864), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
  • [S820] Various, M001 Worldwide Miscellaneous Magazines, Journals and Newspapers (Various: Various, Various).
  • [S821] Various, N0034 19th Century British Library Newspapers (Various: Various, 19th Century).
  • [S847] Indian Tourist Office, GenI0003 Indian Tourist Office Brochure 'IndiaAhhhh Only Hours Away'. (n.p.: n.pub., 1997).
  • [S848] Don Steel and Lawrence Taylor, GenB0004d 'Family History in Focus' (Guildford, Surrey: Lutterworth Press, 1984).
  • [S870] Hillatt Jones Family, compiler, "J0014 Agnes Hillatt Jones #37 'Superior Gold Beaters Skin' JONES FAMILY ALBUM (Belonged to Hillatt Jones Family) Artefact found in Family Photograph Album (F2)"; Ancestral File (c1860-1928), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
  • [S871] Hillatt Jones Family, compiler, "J0015 Jones/Macculloch Family Album. Two cut-out mottoes/crests (Belonged to Hillatt Family, Agnes Hillatt Jones and William Frederick Hillatt Jones sometime owners)
    Artefact found in Family Photograph Album (F2)
    Two cut-out mottoes/crests - embossed and wrapped in scrap of paper, with letters 'MPANY'.
    1. 'Westmorland ....55.....Latin?
    2. 'The Kings? .....Honi soit Qui Maly Pense ....Egypt'
    From reverse of 2. list of Dances, so from a Dance Card?"; Ancestral File (c 1860-1928), Private Family Collection GF00, unknown repository address.
  • [S1066] Letter from Mr Alan MacLeod (51/3Mortonhall Rd,EdinburghEH92HN) to MEH, 9 Sep 2000; Alan J L MacLeod (Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland).
  • [S1340] Christ of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, BP0015 Birth and Christening #15 Hugh Bowie Mcculloch (n.p.: n.pub., 14 Jan 2003).
  • [S1349] Drawn by Tho. H. Shepherd c1830s, compiler, "GenC0023 St George's Hanover Square. http://www.londonancestor.com/views/vc-churstgeorge.htm"; Ancestral File (20 Feb 2003), World Wide Web: www GenW006, unknown repository address.
  • [S1497] The Stationery Office (TSO), compiler, GenN0011 'The London Gazette' and http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/ (London, England: Her Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO), part of The National Archives, First Published 1665).
  • [S1586] Various, Scotland's People (Various: Various, Various).