|Birth: ||Apr. 23, 1816|
|Death: ||Mar. 22, 1889|
Son of Thomas G. and Margaret (Purviance) McCulloh.
He was married to Elizabeth Brown (in 1837). They had six children.
He received his education in Chambersburg,Pennsylvania, attended a military academy in Germantown, Pa.
He attended Yale for a year and a half where he completed his studies. In 1834-36 he studied medicine. He then went West but returned shortly after. In 1840 he studied law and was admitted to the bar the following year. After his admittance to the bar, he spent some time in Indiana. He later returned to Chambersburg where he practiced law for three-four years.
In 1851 he was employed by the Cumberland Valley Railroad until he resigned in August 1886, due to ill health.
He and his family were members of the Central Presbyterian Church. He was a Mason and a member of other socities. On May 11 1854 he was the first to organize the first Know-Nothing society in Franklin County, and was the first district deputy of the organization.
Elizabeth Brown McCulloh (1815 - 1884)*
Thomas Grubb McCulloh (1838 - 1840)*
Falling Spring Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Maintained by: J.A. & D.S.
Originally Created by: John Boyd
Record added: Sep 07, 2009
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