Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
Mrs. Frances (Robins) McCullough, 75, of 9 Mills Place, Crawfordsville, a Shelbyville native and wife of former Shelby Basketball Coach H. T. (Mac) McCullough, died Friday at 10 p.m. at Culver Hospital in Crawfordsville. She had been in ill health many years and seriously ill a few days. Born here May 9, 1894, Mrs. McCullough was the daughter of Milton B. and Harriett (Naylor) Robins.
August 2, 1969
She was graduated from Shelbyville High School and attended Indiana State University, and she taught in schools at Waldron, Boggstown, Fairland, North Judson and Milroy. On July 25, 1923, she was married to H. T. McCullough and they lived in Owensville and Shelbyville before moving to Crawfordsville many years ago. While here McCullough served as varsity basketball coach and teacher at SHS in the late 20s and early 30s. He then served as a teacher, principal and head coach at Crawfordsville before retiring and is now city park superintendent there. Mrs. McCullough was a member of the Crawfordsville First United Methodist Church.
Surviving with the husband are a daughter, Mrs. T. C. (Trudy) Shaw, Bloominton; three grandchildren and one brother, Harry M. Robins, Portland, Ore. One brother and one sister preceded in death.
Services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Hunt and Son Funeral Home in Crawfordsville, with burial in Oak Hill Cemetery there. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Sunday. The family requests that memorial tributes be in the form of contributions to the Arthritis Foundation.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Franklin Democrat
Oscar M. McCullough died at his home in Bartholomew County, Thursday, June 28, aged seventy years. Funeral was held at Mt. Olive church Friday and burial at the same place. Services were conducted by Rev. King – Ed. Call.
Johnson County, Indiana
Friday, July 6, 1900
Volume XLI Number 1
Page 4 column 1
Contributed by Lois Johnson
Note: Date of birth, 1828 – Ripley County, Indiana. Date of death, 28 Jun 1900 – Bartholomew County, Indiana.
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