Dry Grove Township, McLean County, Illinois
This cemetery has been farmed over and no longer exist.
|McCOLLOUGH||William||1756||1832||McCollough||Dry Grove Township, McLean County, IL|
|McCOLLOUGH||John||____||1849||McCollough||Dry Grove Township, McLean County, IL|
William McCullough – was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1756. He served as private in Capt. Alexander Lawson Smith’s company, Col. Moses Rawling’s regiment, Maryland troops, for two years. He came to McLean county, Illinois, about 1830, died there November 23, 1832, and is buried in the old McCullough family cemetery on what is now the Elkins farm. “Illinois Revolutionary War Veteran Burials”, 1917 – Bev, Aug. 31, 2011