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William McCulloch, Maybole

Here's another "accidental" eBay purchase to share with you. Originally I assumed it was the same firm but now I'm not so sure. This William McCulloch having his firm in Maybole, South Ayrshire, Scotland. I do love it and wonder if there can be many others like it given it was probably used like a business card or advertising flyer. Any information greatly received especially if this is the same McCulloch from "Wales & McCulloch" in London.



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  1. Hi, Nice find. William was my second great grandfather. 1867–1933
    BIRTH 05 MAY 1867 • Kirkoswald, Ayrshire DEATH 1933. His son (my great grandfather) was also a watchmaker and also called William. He fought in WW1 and ended up in Bridgwater, Somerset.

    I think it is unlikely that there is any connection to wales though.

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