Catharine McCulloh – (1802 – 1874)
Catharine (Myers) McCulloh was born on August 12, 1802. She married Archibald Scott McCulloh on October 8, 1819. They had ten children: eight boys and two girls, all born in the Little Cove. Three of Archibald and Catharine’s sons and a son-in-law fought for the North in the War Between the States. Their grandson, Harry A. McCulloh, fought in the Spanish-American War. Catharine died on November 30, 1874 at the age of 72. She is buried beside her husband among many other McCullohs in the Methodist Episcopal Church graveyard in the Little Cove. The verse on Catharine’s tombstone is the second verse of the hymn I Would Not Live Alway. Interestingly, the first verse appears on her husband’s (Archibald McCulloh) tombstone.