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McCullough Century Farm
I. David McCullough and 2nd wife, Agnes Bell Leeper
    II. George B. & Alice (Weaver) McCullough
        III. Harry & Edith E. (Giner) McCullough
            IV. Allen G. & Joyce (Worrell) McCullough
                V. Mark McCullough
The McCullough Farm located in Iowa County, IA has been owned by one family for 100 years and is now classified a Century Farm.  It was originally purchased from the government in 1853 by David McCullough of Tucarwas Co., OH.  Five generations have farmed it.
Photo from History of Poweshiek Co., 1800, Vol. II, p. 661, Montezuma Public Library, Montezuma, IA
Harry & Edith McCullough built a home on the family farm and continued to live on the home place until 1955 when they moved to Deep River, IA
Source: History of Poweshiek Co., 1800, Vol. II, p. 661, Montezuma Pulbic Library, Montezuma, IA
Harry & Edith McCullough
David McCullough was Sara Ann (McCullough) Capehart's father.  His first wife, Mary Ross, who died in 1846, was Sara's mother.  George B. McCullough descended from David and his 2nd wife, Agnes Bell (Leeper)
George B. McCullough & Alice Weaver were married at the M. E. Church parsonage, Thornburg, IA by J. A. Sinclair, minister of the M. E. Church of Thornburg, IA, on April 6, 1898 -- Source: Marriage Certificate, Poweshiek County Clerk Office, Montezuma, IA
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