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Ernest Mccullough

civil engineer

Ernest Mccullough, American civil engineer. Served in Idaho National Guard as captain infantry; Mason.

Background

Mccullough, Ernest was born on May 22, 1867 in Staten Island, New York, United States. Son of James and Caroline (McBlain) M.

Education

Graduated from the high school, Wyandotte (now Kansas City), Kansas, 1883. Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1884-1885. Degree of Commerce.E. from Van der Naillen School of Engineering, San Francisco, 1887.

Career

Paul C. Galleher), Elizabeth Howland (deceased), James David. Married second, Therese Claquin, of Tours, France, 1919. In engineering practice, San Francisco, 1887-1898, Lewiston, Idaho, 1898-1903, Chicago, 1903-1917, Syracuse, New York, 1920-1921, New York City, since 1921.

Registered architect, Illinois. Registered engineer, New York and New Jersey. Editor Engineer and Contractor, San Francisco, 1893-1896.

Associate editor Engineering-Contracting, Chicago, 1909, Railway Age Gazette, Chicago, 1910, American Architect, New York, 1921-1922. Editor Building Age and National Builder, New York, 1925-1928.

Works

  • Editor Engineer and Contractor, San Francisco, 1893-1896. Associate editor Engineering-Contracting, Chicago, 1909, Railway Age Gazette, Chicago, 1910, American Architect, New York, 1921-1922. Editor Building Age and National Builder, New York, 1925-1928.

Membership

Served in Idaho National Guard as captain infantry.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Townsend Seymour, 1891 (died 1918).; married second, Therese Claquin, of Tours, France, 1919. Children: George Seymour, Caroline McBain (wife of Colonel.

father:
James M.

mother:
Caroline (McBlain) M.

spouses:
Elizabeth Townsend Seymour

Therese Claquin

children:
George Seymour Mccullough

Caroline McBain (wife of Col Mccullough