- Debretts Illustrated Peerage, Edited by Charles Kidd & David Williamson (Debretts Peerage Ltd, London 1985), p 614.
- Who Was Who, 1961-1970, London, Adam and Charles Black, (1972).
- Letter from Edward Horder Cullinan, London, England postmarked March 9, 1989.
- Letter from Rosalind (Ros) Cullinan, London, England on June 6, 1992.
- Edward Cullinan was a doctor in County Clare, Ireland. Is mentioned in Cecil Woodham-Smiths The Great Famine. His son, Edward Cullinan was a doctor in Dublin, Ireland and went to England circa 1900. Edward Cullinan, the grandson, was also
a doctor and married May Revill.
- Edward Revill Cullinan (Dr.), C.B.E., F.R.C.P., Physician (b. June 11, 1901; m 1930; d. March 16, 1965, London, England). Was physician to St. Bartholomews Hospital, the Westminster (Gordon) Hospital, and King Edward VII Hospital for
officers. He was also honorary consultant in gastroenterology to the Army. Edward Revill Cullinan received his medical training at St. Bartholomews Hospital where he obtained the Conjoint qualification and the M.B., N.S. London in 1924. Two
years later, he took the M.D. degree and was also admitted M.R.C.P. London. In 1933 he was Cattlin Research Fellow at St. Bartholomews Hospital and he was also chief assistant to a medical unit before being elected to honorary staff. He was a
vice-president of the Section of Medicine of the Royal Society of Medicine and honorary editor of the Societys Proceedings, a member of the Council of British Gastroenterologists, and an examiner in medicine for the University of London. He
was elected F.R.C.P. in 1934. During the Second World War, he served with the R.A.M.C. in Egypt and Syria from 1941-43, and was Consultant Physician to the East Africa Command in 1944-45. He married in 1930 to Dorothea Joy Horder, eldest d.o. First
Baron Sir Thomas Jeeves Horder, G.C.V.O., M.D. (b 1871; s.o. Albert Horder).
- Thomas Jeeves Horder was Physician-in-Order to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (1923-36); King Edward VIII (1936) and to King George VI (1936-52) and Queen Elizabeth II (from 1952-55).
- Who was Who: "Edward Revill Cullinan, C.B.E. 1963; M.D., F.R.C.P.; Physician, St. Bartholomews Hospital, Westminster (Gordon) Hospital and King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Honorary Consulting Physician to the Army and to
the Royal Hospital, Chelsea; Member to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea; Member Nuffield Panel of Consultants to the Colonies; Cons. Physician to Woowich Memorial and Leatherhead Hospitals; Examiner in Medicine to Royal College of Physicians and to
Sheffield University; Downside; Epsom; St. Bartholomews Hospital M.R.C.S. (Eng.) L.R.C.P. (London) 1924; M.B., B.S. (London) 1924; M.R.C.P. (London) 1926; M.D. (London) 1926; F.R.C.P. (London) 1934. Late Chief Assistant to a medical unit.
Casualty Physician, Senior Demr. of Morbid Anatomy and Assistant Physician to St. Bartholomews Hospital Rose Research, 1932; Cattlin Research Fellow, 1933; Cattlin Research Fellow, 1933; Bradshaw Lecturer, R.C.P., 1950; Lettsomian Lectures,
Medical Society of London, 1953. Physician to Luton and Dunstable and Gerrards Cross Hospitals. Late examiner in medical Universities of London, Liverpool, Witswatersrand, Cape Town and Makerere College, Uganda; formerly Honorary editor of
Proceedings of Royal Society of Medicine. Member: Association of Physicians, Medical Society of London, British Society of Gastroenterology, Society of Apothecaries; F.R. Society Medicine Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C., 1941; Egypt and Syria, 1941-43; Brig.
Cons. Physician to East Africa Command, 1944-45. Publications: various in medical books and journals, especially concerning diseases of the liver and abdomen. Recreations: mountaineering, conjuring and inland waterways. Address: 10 Park Square West,
Regents Park, London, N.W.9.T.: Welbeck 1834. Club: Reform.
- Timothy Revill Cullinan (b. 1932; m. June, 1956, St. James, Spanish Place, London, England). Married Helen Veronica Paton-Walsh, youngest d.o. Brigadier and Mrs. Edmund James Paton-Walsh, the Governors House, H.M. Prison, Winchester.
- Helen Veronica Paton Walsh had a sister, Patronilla Paton-Walsh; nephew Christopher Krich.
- Susan Joy Cullinan (b. 1937; m(1) 1959-diss 1978; m(2) 1981). Married first to John Murray Owen, then remarried to Michael Houlihan. Attended wedding of Timothy Revill Cullinan in 1956; currently reside at 10 Camden Mews, London NW1,