Jane McCullough Genealogy

Record modified: 2022-07-21
This is my ancestor 8 generations back.

 / James McCullough
 / John McCullough|
|  \ Elizabeth (unknown)
Jane McCullough |
|  /
 \ |

Born: 1763-06-10 Rowan Co, North Carolina USA
Died: 1816-07-16 Clark Co, Indiana USA
1. 1780-01-06 Jeremiah Sr Salyers

Children of Jane McCullough and Jeremiah Salyers:
Samuel Salyers b. 1784-00-00
John D Salyers b. 1784-00-00
George Salyers b. 1786-00-00
Elizabeth Salyers b. 1788-05-25
William B Salyers b. 1789-00-00
*Jeremiah Jr Salyers b. 1791-01-31
Mary "Polly" Salyers b. 1793-00-00


buried in Ditch cemetery, Ripley Co IN
[In 1810 Ripley Co didn't exist. The area was in Clark Co.]

RootsWeb has her father as James McCullough born abt 1705 Rowan NC died 1757-12 Rowan NC; and her mother as Elizabeth (unknown). (James is son of Samuel born abt 1680 Rowan NC.) It also has James the father of John

from another RootsWeb entry:
Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Rowan County, North Carolina,
1763-1774 show the following entries: II:694. 16 Apr. 1767 - Orderd by the Court, that Jane McCulloh
orphant Daughter of John McCulloh Decd Bound...to Mrs. Elizabeth Cathey, of the County, Widow...
Ellen Layton says that Jane married Jeremiah Sellers (Sallyers) in Rowan Co., NC on 6 Jan, 1780. When
she died about 1820 her son Samuel bought out the interests of his siblings in their mother's estate. These
heirs signing over their property were: John D. Sallyers and his wife Nancy, Mary Sallyers Beebe and her
husband Sylvester, Elizabeth Sallyers Ditch and her husband Henry, William Sallyers and his wife Letty,
Jeremiah Sallyers and his wife Keziah (John McCullough's daughter) all of IN and George Sallyers of
Mercer Co., KY.

After Jeremiah died she married John May.

Hinds Site: Genealogy of Ken Hinds -- page 1969
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