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Margaret E Macculloch & David J Hall Family History Research
Welcome to our Family History Research;
30+ years in the making and still ongoing. We have numerous family members whose history we cannot at present complete, but who we suspect are additional family members to those who lost their lives in the service of their country during World War I and II, and are commemorated on our Frontpage.
[S3] St John the Evangelist, BP0013b Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch Baptism (Notting Hill: St John, 20 Apr 1873).
[S22] Minister/Curate, Baptismal entry BP0015 Hugh Bowie Macculloch #15 Scottish Old Parish Registers (London: Family Record Centre - CD CJCLDS, 07 Feb 1998).
[S23] CLDS Scottish Church Records, MC0038 and 0039 Marriage entry Hugh Mcculloch and Jessie Gemmell (Salt Lake City, USA, viewed London: CLDS Sottish Church Records, viewed 07 Feb 1998).
[S24] Record BC0013 and BC0013a, Birth Certificate #13 Arundel Macculloch copy issued 4 June 1918 and copy issued 2 March 1935, (4 Jun 1918/2 Mar 1935), No notes in column 10: 'Baptismal name if added after Registration of Birth.' GRO Reference: Births March 1872 St Geo Han Sq 1a 329. Born 18 Dec 1871 [registered 27 Jan 1872]. Was christened 16 months later on 20 Apr 1873 as Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch - Baptismal entry gives date of birth as '18 Dec 1871'. TOO LATE TO CHANGE REGISTRATION - CHECK
, General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
[S42] G Mcardwillis, MC0015 and MC0016 Marriage entry for Hugh Bowie Macculloch and Mary Geogina Rosetta Hillatt Jones (St George Parish Church of Hanover Square, Middlesex: n.pub., Photocopy late 1996).
[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.
[S47] Multi-volumes, MC0013 and 0014 Marriage certificate for Sophia Agnes Howell and Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch. Correspondence with LMA b and c., (21 Dec 1907), b. Letter 20 Apr 1999 to LMA as cannot read age of Sophia. c. Reply they do not hold Register Office marriages., General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
[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).
[S103] Roddy Martine, M0003 MacCulloch Clan. 'Scottish Clan and Family Names. Their Arms, Origins and Tartans' (n.p.: Mainstream Publishers, 1987).
[S104] Collins Guide Editors, M0004/B008 'Scots Kith and Kin, A Comprehensive A-Z Guide to the Surnames of Scotland, their clans and their tartans' (n.p.: Collins, 1953 revised 1989).
[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).
[S171] G Agello & Sons Ltd., compiler, "A0001 C Agello & Sons Ltd receipt for Piano : Sophia Agnes (Howell) Macculloch #14"; Ancestral File (17 July 1926), Family History Collection GF00: D & M Hall's Collection/Library/Archives., unknown repository address.
[S205] Rev Michael Naughton, BP0014 Baptismal certificate Sophia Agnes Howel. Born 17 May 1868 (n.p.: William Brophy, Parish Priest, 12 June 1935).
[S215] Record DC0013, Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch Death 22 Sep 1948., (11 Oct 1948), General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
[S216] Multi-volumes, DC0014 S A Howell. Died 9 December 1958 at 28 Southend Road, Beckenham, Kent, (9 Dec 1958), General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
[S249] Borough Treasurer, BU0013/14 Cemetery Fees for Burial of 013 GCG Macculloch and receipt from Undertakers Mr William Nodes, 35 Cround End Hill, London, N8. C2232. BU13/14a GRANT of PURCHASE OF GRAVE SPACE - annotated to include wife, #14, 12 Dec 1958: 'GRAVE FULL.' (n.p.: Borough of Edmonton, 1997).
[S265] Edmonton Cemetery, BU0013/14b GCMacculloch/SAHowell. Map of Edmonton Cemetery. (n.p.: n.pub., 25 November 1998).
[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).
[S310] C R Humphrey-Smith, General File P0007 General File B0018 'The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers' (n.p.: Phillimore, See Supplemental).
[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).
[S361] Estate Agent, E0003 Margaret Gertrude Hilda Judd #11. Estate Agent Details: Mount Place Retirement Homes (n.p.: n.pub., 1987).
[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).
[S566] Kevan J, F.S.A. Scot. McDowall, General File M0016 'Carrick Gallovidian' Book contains family tree of McCullochs of Glenduisk (236 High Street, Ayr, Scotland: Homer McCririck, 1947).
[S598] General Register Office (GRO), CE 1881 British Census England, Scotland, Wales, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, and Royal Navy (Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives (TNA), 100 Years after).
[S606] Record BC0014, S A Howell Enquiries made to GRO. Unsuccessful search of files for Birth registration 1867-69 for Sophia Agnes Howel or Howell., (3 Aug 1999), General Register Office, PO Box 2, Southport, Merseyside, England.
[S621] Curate R S Cobbett, BP0013 Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch Baptismal Entry (n.p.: London Metropolitan Archives copy, 1997).
[S622] Ch. of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Sts., IGI0006 Gordon Caldwell Gemmell Macculloch #13 (n.p.: Church of JC of LD Saints, 1997).
[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).
[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.
[S821] Various, N0034 19th Century British Library Newspapers (Various: Various, 19th Century).
[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.
[S1476] Various, WWW Information sourced from the World Wide Web (n.p.: Various, Various).
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