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Written by Stuart McCulloch   
Monday, 19 March 2007

Our mission is to provide a platform to collect, communicate, and preserve Clan McCulloch family history, heritage, and genealogical information.

Scope & Purpose 

In 1997, I began researching the McCulloch family tree and in that process I uncovered a cousin Robert Foulkes in Ayrshire, Scotland who had completed extensive and exhaustive work into the history of our family heritage. This site represents our collective efforts to compile in one place, information gleaned from many sources and now made available to other family members.

First, I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge and pay tribute to Lieutenant-Colonel Ian Macpherson McCulloch, Black Watch (RHR) of Canada and the extraordinary effort he has expended as a fellow genealogist and family member in compiling a significant amount of information that is reflected here.  His efforts began in 1993 when he created a website for the MacCulloch Clan from Chebucto Nova Scotia, Canada.  An accomplished author, he lives with his wife Susan in Virginia, USA, where he is currently writing his next book; Sons of the Mountains: A History of the Highland Regiments in North America, 1756-1767.  You can also visit his site at www.electricscotland.com.

I have also been inspired by the The McColloch Family Heritage & Genealogical Research Site (www.mccolloch.com) for which there appears to be no family connection with our McCulloch Family within our short periods of reference. Perhaps if we were able to delve farther into our respective pasts, there may be a distant link. It is known that over the years, bad handwriting and poor record keeping has caused spelling variations.

Our goal is to make this site a valuable resource for family heritage, history and genealogical research for all interested parties. I welcome you and urge you to contact us if you can contribute in any way to the ongoing success of our venture.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 20 March 2007 )