Born This Day in 1830 ~ John McCullough WYCOFF

Name: John McCullough WYCOFF
Birth: 27 June 1830; Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Cornelius WYCOFF and Leah CRITZER
Spouse: Eliza Jane FRYE
Death: 08 January 1908; Richmond, Jefferson County, Ohio
Relationship to Hollie: maternal 4th great uncle

2 Replies to “Born This Day in 1830 ~ John McCullough WYCOFF”

  1. This Picture was provided by Kimberly Grimmer. In discussion with Skip Hunter (Culp Researcher). He thought the picture was probably taken between 1891 and 1905. Since John McCullough Wycoff’s wife Eliza Jane Frye is not in the picture (she died in Feb. 1891) and Loretta died in Aug. 1905.

    We speculated that the woman’s portrait on the wall is Eliza Jane Frye.

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