McColloch Family Heritage & Genealogical Research Site
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We have traced the McColloch surname genealogical lineage, generation by generation, back to Sir Cullo O'Neil in early 14th century Scotland ... to the time of William Wallace in the movie Braveheart.

The family was originally given control of the Myreton, Ardwell, and other portions of the Galloway District around 1318. Subsequent to Sir Cullo O'Neil, the family name became McCullo which appears to be the root name for all of surname variations.


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Our web site was featured in the April 2003
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Since the review praised the site's features and layout, when we changed the theme colors, we tried to leave them in tact.

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Mission Statement
The McColloch Family Heritage & Genealogical Research Site ... Our mission is to provide a platform to collect, communicate, and preserve Clan MacCulloch family history, heritage, and genealogical information.

Scope & Purpose
In 1993, I began researching my family tree and compiling my findings in book form. The McColloch-Parker Family Heritage & Genealogy Research Book is the results of my efforts. Since genealogical research is an ongoing project, this site was created with information from the book and to share this information with other family members.

However, the scope has expanded to include not only the McColloch´s and Parker´s, but all variations of surname spellings associated with Clan MacCulloch. It is quite possible that over the years, bad handwriting and poor record keeping may have caused these spelling variations.

My goal is to make this site a valuable resource for family heritage, history, & genealogical research for all interested parties. Instead of duplicating information, I decided to make this site a Gateway to Clan MacCulloch and link to the sites and information known to us.

Begin your Clan MacCulloch journey by visiting our What's New page.


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