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The road ahead... #stats

One of the many great things about the National Records of Scotland is that they are all online. At least "all" meaning those that have survived "hunners" of years of history, wars, weather and social change. So... here's some stats of the McCulloch parish records found online which may serve as the start of a new plan to work sequentially through them. These are "McCulloch" + name variant results: 

Church of Scotland (old parish registers) - 11,352 results. 

BIRTHS
5,978 birth records, the earliest being JOHNE MCCULLO son of JOHNE MCCULLO and KATHARENE INGLISHE born 26/01/1612 in Canongate [Edinburgh].

MARRIAGES
3,617 marriage records, the earliest being ELIZABETH MCCULLO and PATRIK VAWSE married on 16/01/1600 in Edinburgh.

DEATHS
1,757 death records, the earliest being ROT MCCULLO son of WM MCCULLOCH died 00/08/1656 in Canongate [Edinburgh].

Roman Catholic Church - 959 results.

BIRTHS
415 birth records, the earliest being CATHERINE MCCULLOCH daughter of JOHN MCCULLOCH and CHRISTINA STEWART born 26/9/1810 baptised 7/10/1810 at Greenock, St Mary's. 

MARRIAGES
176 marriage records, the earliest being JAMES MCCULLOCH and MARY MCCONOCHIE married 20/10/1820 and Glasgow, St Andrew's.

DEATHS
368 death records, the earliest being FRANCIS MCCULLOCH age 20 died 28/6/1815 at Glasgow, St Andrew's

Other churches - 231 results.

BIRTHS
203 birth recrds, the earliest being JANET MCCULLOCH daughter of ADAM MCCULLOCH born 13 APRIL 1742 baptised 25 APRIL 1742 at GLASGOW - GREYFRIARS ASSOCIATE.

MARRIAGES
23 marriage records, the earliest being DAVID MORISON or MCCULLOCH and CATHRINE MCCULLOCH married 11 NOVEMBER 1748 at GLASGOW - GREYFRIARS ASSOCIATE.

DEATHS
5 death records, the earliest being GEORGE MCCULLOCH died 11 OCTOBER 1840 at GLASGOW - REGENT PLACE UNITED ASSOCIATE from OLD AGE.

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