|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||McCullough, John T., 1879-1930.|
|Title:||John T. McCullough legal, financial, and insurance papers|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (3 folders)|
John T. McCullough was born December 22, 1879 and was employed since 1909 as a clerk at the Central of Georgia Railway in Savannah, Georgia. His wife was Mary Agnes McCullough, and the couple had a daughter, Mary Elizabeth. McCullough's wife died on December 18, 1919 at the age of 40. McCullough died suddenly on December 12, 1930 at his desk in his office at the Central of Georgia Building. At the time of his death, he was an assistant statistician in the Vice-President's office. He was 50 years old when he died. His daughter was also a clerk at the Central of Georgia Railway. Both McCullough and his wife are buried in Catholic Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia.
This collection contains legal, financial, and insurance papers of John T. McCullough. His legal papers include a typed copy of his will made February 12, 1924, a copy of the final decree of a lawsuit challenging McCullough's will, and some other legal papers relating to the settling of McCullough's estate. His daughter, Mary Elizabeth McCullough was one of his executors and his main heir. McCullough's will was challenged by his sister-in-law, Josephine McGinley, wife of Joseph P. McGinley, her son, Joseph P. McGinley, Jr. (b. 1909), and her daughters, Margaret J. Reed (b. 1906) and Dorothy McGinley (b. 1918). The rest of the collection contains insurance papers and financial papers which include canceled checks, a bank statement, loan agreements, a copy of a 1929 tax return, bills, insurance policies and receipts.
Removed from the Georgia Historical Society's Central of Georgia Railway records, MS 1362.
[item identification], John T. McCullough legal, financial, and insurance papers, MS 1460, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Legal papers, 1920-1932|
|2||Financial papers, 1920-1932|
|3||Insurance papers, 1920-1932|