|Death: ||Apr. 29, 1882|
Robert C. McCulloh of Frostburg died of paralysis on Saturday (29 Apr 1882) at his residence, in the 73rd year of his life. He had learned the trade of tanner and curryier in and apprenticeship in Philadelphia and then moved to Frostburg, living here for 50 years following his business. About 2 years ago, he suffered paralysis from which he eventually died.
He leaves 5 grown sons: Thomas Blair; C. Melville; William; Robert G.; and Frank McCulloh, and 2 daughters; Mrs Jas Kimbell of Philadelphia; and Miss Louisa McCulloh. Also, brothers, Messrs, T. G., John, Washington; and H. Clay McCulloh.
Frostburg Memorial Park
Created by: J.A. & D.S.
Record added: Apr 05, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67956620
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