This page is dedicated to sorting out the ancestry of Benjamin Moore and Catherine McCullough. The McCullough and Moore families appear to be connected across three states, but sorting out who is who is a nightmare perplexing a great many researchers.
Five McCullough men appear in Chickasaw County, Mississippi in the 1840s: Irvin, Martin, Foster, Perryman, and Daniel. At least some, but probably not all of these fellows are brothers. At least four can be traced back to Pike County, Mississippi, and at least two went to Troup County Georgia. Another went to Tallapoosa County, Alabama as well as at least one of the men who went to Troup County, Georgia and another was in Alabama about the same time as well, presumably Tallapoosa County. The family of John F. Moore appears to be connected closely with the McCulloughs, appearing together in Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. This is an attempt try to put all the information in one place where a maximum number of researchers can have all the information in front of them in some sort of coherent(or at least semi-coherent) whole.
|McCulloughs on Tax Rolls of Pike County:|
From research of Joe C. Brown by way of Betty Summers
1818: James, Benjamin, William
1821: Benjamin, James
1825: James, Jos., Wm, Benj.
1831: Benjamin, John, Isaac, William
1833: Martin, Isaac
1835: Martin, Isaac
1837: Martin, Foster
1838: Irvin, Perry
1839: William, Foster
1843: William, Isaac
McCulloughs on the Pike County, Mississippi census
|Perryman McCullough married Frances Moore on November 28, 1839
McCulloughs and Moores on the Troup County, Georgia census
I'll get the details, but here's a summary:
A Daniel McCullough(who is reported to be the son of a James McCullough from Tennessee and is not the same as the Daniel McCullough who appears in Chickasaw County, MS) is on the 1840 census with what appears to be another couple living with him. If it's the recently married Perryman and Frances, they were enumerated a second time in Alabama, Martin McCullough is also believed to have been in Georgia at this time, having left Pike County, MS in 1839 in the company of a Henry Rollins. There is also a John F. Moore who is a good match for the John F. Moore found in Chickasaw County, MS in 1850.
|1840 census of Tallapoosa County, Alabama |
Again, full details are coming
Perryman, Martin and Irvin are all found on the 1840 Tallapoosa County census.
William O. Moore and Sarah Griffin were married in Tallapoosa County, Alabama in September 1841.
From Irma Templain
1850 census of Chickasaw County, Mississippi
Perryman, Irvin, Martin and Foster are on the 1850 census, as well as John F. Moore, John W. Moore and William O. Moore
Moores and McCulloughs on the Chickasaw County, Mississippi Tax Rolls
From Ted Brasfield and from Betty K. Summers1844: Martin, Foster, Perryman and Irvin McCullough(spelled McCuller)
1845: Foster, Irvin, P., and Martin McCullough; J. F. Moore
1848: Perry, Martin, Foster, Irvin and Daniel McCullough; J. W., John B, and John F. Moore
1851: Martin, Irvin, Perryman and Foster McCullough; John F., John F., and John W. Moore
1852: Foster, Martin, Irvin and Daniel McCullough; John F. Moore
Daniel married Martha Gilliam in Chickasaw County on January 21, 1868.
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