Tulloch – More than a Wine Story

Introduction

Most would think of the Tulloch family story as being represented  mainly by the tale on the Tullochs Wines web pages … and indeed that is a great story.

However there is a lot more to the Tulloch Family Saga. In fact James Haldon and Helen Tulloch had five children – John, Helen (Hewitt), James Alexander, Anne (Barden) and Sarah (Boyle) – with only John not surviving to adulthood.

Scottish Origins

James Haldon Tulloch and wife Helen Anderson arrived  in the NSW Colony from Scotland  in early January 1839 on the Earl Durham.

James Haldon Tulloch’s parents were John Tulloch (1780 – before December 1878 ) and Sarah Taylor (1791 – 1878 ) – “At 229, High-street, Elgin, Scotland, on the 18th December, 1878, Sarah, relict of the late John Tulloch, and grandmother of J. A. Tulloch, Branxton, aged 95 years.”

Helen Tulloch nee Anderson’s parents were Alexander Anderson and Margaret Urquhart.

James Haldon Tulloch and Helen Anderson had married in 1837 in Scotland, and had a son prior to leaving Scotland John Brander Tulloch (1838 – ?) .

Early Days In Australia

John Brander Tulloch is presumed to have sailed with their parents. The Ship’s Surgeon for the Earl Durham report mentions the death of a baby during the voyage. Was the baby who died on the voyage John Brander Tulloch, or did he die before they left Scotland, or after they arrived in the NSW Colony ?  – see image of Immigration record below, which does not mention any Tulloch baby ?

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The obituary for their daughter Helen states that she was born at Camberwell, ie in the Hunter Valley. Further, she was 23 years old at the time of her mother’s 1862 death, which places her birth in 1839. These two pieces of evidence indicate that the Tulloch’s were at Camberwell in 1839.

Interestingly, James Tulloch’s 1841 census record showed 4 persons resident in total at Durham, Patricks Plains which is near Singleton – but no breakdown of either age or sex ? Were these James and Helen Tulloch and their older two children John Brander and Helen Tulloch ?  Was this Census Count before the births of twins Anne Margaret and James Alexander who appear to have been born in July   1841 ? And if so – then who was the 4th person living with them ? Was it John Brander Tulloch ? If so,  did he die after the 1841 Census count? Hunter Valley Census records seem so very  brief compared to those from the Illawarra in 1841 !!

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Note – Relatives from some of my other Hunter Valley family lines have claimed that it was not necessarily Church of Scotland practice not to record deaths in their church registers in Scotland and that their Ministers continued this practice in the NSW Colony into the 1840’s. Thus as Church registers have been major sources of records pre 1850’s Civil Registration, in both Scotland and the NSW Colony, it really makes research rather difficult, wheere deaths were not necessarily recorded.Apparently a lot of church records have also been lost from the Hunter, due to floods and/or fires. A real conundrum ?

However given that 4 people are listed in the 1841 Census, in the absence of any other information, I am going to place John Brander Tulloch’s death as being after the time of the 1841 Census – and before the 1862 death of his mother.

And while James Haldon Tulloch’s death certificate records that he had a living son and three living daughters, with one deceased son, at the time of his 1880 death. However fortunately all children, living and deceased are named on his wife, Helen Tulloch nee Anderson’s 1869 death certificate – see both James and Helen’s death certificates below.

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In Australia it appears that the other four  children were born – Helen Maria (Hewitt),  James Alexander Tulloch, Anne Margaret (Barden) and Sarah Jane (Boyle).

Thus they appear to have had at least five children – John, Helen, Anne, James and Sarah.

Although,  it has also been claimed by one of their great grandchildren, school teacher Marjory “Margie” Tulloch,  that James and Helen had left a daughter Pennial Tulloch back in Scotland, when they emigrated  and never saw her again. It also raises another question – had James Tulloch been previously married prior to his 1837 marriage – and then some suggest a possible daughter Jessie B Tulloch born in 1835 in Scotland ? However James Haldon Tulloch’s death certificate mentions only 5 children.

Very confusing … so perhaps it’s best to stick with what we know at this point in time.


1841 Census

The Tulloch’s were at Patricks Plains at the time of the census – scroll up to see image.

Poundkeeper

In 1844 James Tulloch had become a Poundkeeper  and continued in that role until at least 1866(POUND AT FALBROOK.-A public pound has been established adjoining the highway between Singleton and Muswellbrook, at Red Post Hill, between Dulwich and Camberwell, Falbrook; and Mr. James Tulloch, of Falbrook, ) has been appointed poundkeeper.)

Land Acquisition

In 1848 James Tulloch with William Murphy put in a CLAIM TO LEASE OF CROWN.LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT – ie Tiara Run – 12,800 acres … 90. MURPHY WILLIAM and JAMES TULLOCH. Name of run, TIARA. Estimated area, 12,800 acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, 900 cattle. Bounded on the one side by Denn’s Run, supposed to be about north of the Tiara, and running westward thereto, continued by Lester’s run, and ending about southward with the Australian Agricultural Company’s run, and Fletcher’s.”) And in 1860 James bought Crown land in Camberwell .. “County of Durham, Parish of Auckland, Village of Camberwell, upset price £8per acre, to Mr. James Tulloch,at £8 6s. per acre. Lot 53, Oa. 2r. Op, same purchaser, at the  upset price. Lot 54. Oa. 2r. Op , same purchaser, at £8 os. Lot 55, Oa. 2r. Op.”

A spectacular collision !  

In 1861 James Tulloch had  a spectacular collision … ” Whilst Mr. James Tulloch was recently returning on horseback from Singleton to f lied Post Hill, a bullock lying in a lane suddenly rose and came into collision with the horse. Mr. T. was thrown several yards over the head of the horse, but, though he received a great shock, no bones were  broken. Both the animals appeared to be dead for some time afterwards, but recovered.

James‘ wife Helen Tulloch nee Anderson died at Red Post Hill Fallbrook in 1862 – and in  1880 James Halden Tulloch died at Gowrie Patricks Plains Singleton NSW.


Overview – Children & Descendants of James & Helen Tulloch in Australia 

1. Scottish born son  John Brander Tulloch (1838 Elgins Moray Scotland – d. 1838, 1839 or 1841 – 1862 ??) – Did he die in Scotland in 1838, during the voyage in 1838 or at Patricks Plains AFTER the 1841 Census AND BEFORE the 1862 death of his mother ?

2. Helen Maria Tulloch (1839 Camberwell Singleton – 1923) who married George Arthur Hewitt. Note – In early 2017 my DNA results arrived and there were suggested  DNA matches with two of Helen and George’s Hodges descendants.

3. James and Helen Tulloch‘s surviving son James Alexander Tulloch (1841 – 1917)  became a storekeeper in the 1860’s around Glennies Creek and Branxton, acquiring stock from his brother in law D H McDonald’s Victoria House in 1868.  A year later in 1869, James Alexander Tulloch’s wife, Jane, died at Branxton – he was  later to marry her sister, Margaret Russell,  in 1874. By 1877 James Alexander Tulloch was a Postmaster and Junior Telegraph operator at Branxton. James Alexander Tulloch’s son James Younie Tulloch, commenced viticultural activities in 1895 in the Hunter Valley – and this went on to become Tulloch’s Wines. This was after Emmanuel Hungerford – exchanged his Pokolbin property Glen Elgin, to pay for a debt to  James Alexander Tulloch. 

4. James and Helen Tulloch’s  second daughter Ann Margaret Tulloch,  born 1841, married in 1861 to William Charles Barden, who had arrived in Australia  on the James Pattison in 1838, with his parents, English immigrants Charles Barden and wife Harriett EastonWilliam Charles Barden, became the Pound Keeper of Bumble Park, Yetman, and died by drowning in the Macintyre River at Yetman in 1893. Ann died in Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown in 1887. See BARDEN research notes  52021fda-2fcc-4bcf-8211-eecf959de42a Ann Margaret Tulloch death.jpg

Charles Barden, Labourer, born in Winchelsea in 1815, married Harriett Easton, daughter of  Edward Easton, Saddler, and Hannah Paine, from nearby Icclesham Sussex (see map of Winchelsea to Icclesham) England in 1816 – where were born. They came to Australia on the  James Pattison in 1838 as Bounty Immigrants with their two elder children William and KeziahCharles is believed to have drowned off Sydney Heads in 1851, and widow Harriett remarried in 1853 to James Fraser/Frazer – living in the Camden area for the rest of her life until her death in 1804. She is claimed to have been a nursemaid on the Macarthur Estate

5. Another daughter of James and Helen Tulloch, Sarah Tulloch (1843 – 1912) married in 1863 to Richard Boyle – they were to have 10 children ..1912 Obituary  SINGLETON. ‘ Another of the old hands has passed away, in the person of Mrs. Sarah Boyle. .Death occurred on Wednesday, 8th instant, from an internal complaint of some years’ duration. The deceased was 69 years of age, and had lived for many years at Dunolly, where she conducted a business at one time. She was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends. Deceased leaves four sons and three daughters, and her husband and three daughters pre-deceased her.”

Sarah Boyle nee Tulloch seems to have obtained a government license to sell Colonial wine in 1897 in the Dunolly Singleton area according to the NSW Government Gazette – in fact further checking revealed that she had licenses prior to that  and later – 1892 , 18951896 – 2, 1898, 190119041905,  – in 1901 Sarah  was fined for allowing an Aboriginal person to be supplied with Colonial wine.


Our Tulloch Family Tree 

John Tulloch (1780 – before December 1878 ) married Sarah Taylor (1791 – 1878 ) – “At 229, High-street, Elgin, Scotland, on the 18th December, 1878, Sarah, relict of the late John Tulloch, and grandmother of J. A. Tulloch, Branxton, aged 95 years.”

  • James Haldon Tulloch (1810 Rothes Morayshire Scotland – 1880 Gowrie Patricks Plains Singleton NSW ) married Helen Anderson (1806  – 1862 Red Post Hill). When they emigrated to Australia in 1839. They had  five children, as listed in the family tree below  – though it has been claimed by one descendant that they also left a daughter Pennial Tulloch back in Scotland and never saw her again.
    • John Brander Tulloch (1838 Elgin Moray Scotland – was possibly still alive in 1841 at time of the census and then died before his mother’s 1862 death ?
    • Helen Maria Tulloch (1839 Camberwell Singleton – 1923) married George Arthur Hewitt (1838 – 19221,  )
      • Sarah Ann Hewitt (1858 Parick Plains – 1925 Singleton – 1, 2, 3, ) married in 1883 at Patricks Plains to John A E Puxty  ( 1860 – 1906 Singleton), son of John and Phoebe Puxty
        • Henrietta Puxty (1884 Patricks Plains – 1959) married Harry R  Burns (1883 – 1968) in 1908 in Singleton
          • Allen Harry  Burns (1909 – 1987) married in 1937 in Adamstown to Millie Netta Burns
          • Stewart Frederick  Burns (1915 – 1994) married in 1956 in Wauchope to Edna Muriel Paterson
        • Clara Puxty (1886 Patricks Plains – 1961 ) married in 1912 to Thomas Richard Sidney Zuber (1886 Orange – after 1972)
          • Una C Zuber (1913 – Hurstville – ) married in 1935 in Canterbury to John R Spark ( – )
        • Alice Puxty (1889 Singleton – 1967) married Augustus Ansoul ( – 1934 Hamilton – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ) in 1913 in Singleton – he was a popular railway official
          • Geoffrey Carl Ansoul ( – 1966 Newtown )
          • Pte Kenneth John  Ansoul ( 1919 – 1943 – New Guinea) – was part of the 36th Battalion in the Second AIF – N286250 – AWM Roll of Honour entry
          • possible daughter ??? Gwendoline Hope Ansoul  married Frederick Lancelot Wakefield in Hamilton in 1940
            • Son (1942 – ) ??
        • John Apsley Ernest Puxty (1894 Singleton – 1953 Ashfield ) married Margaret MaryMolly” Wilkinson (1897 – )
          • John Puxty – did he serve in WW2 ?
      • James Alexander Hewitt (1861 Patricks Plains – 1947 – 1) married in 1883 in Patricks Plains to Mary Flaherty
        • Frank Harold Hewitt (1884 Patricks Plains – 1955) married in 1914 in Mosman to Elsie L Robinson
          • Joan R Hewitt (1915 Singleton – )
        • Daisy Ellen “Nell” Hewitt (1886 Patricks Plains – 1981) – did not marry
        • Mary A Hewitt (1888 Singleton – ) married in  1918 in Singleton to Albert A Peterson – they lived in Melbourne
        • Margaret Annie Hewitt (1891 Singleton – ) did not marry
        • Sarah Isobel  Hewitt (1894 Singleton – 1942 Singleton) married in 1915 in Singleton to Cecil Reinham Whitfield (- 1965 Singleton)
          • Phyllis Whitfield
        • Bessie Elvina Hewitt (1897 Singleton – 1977) – did not marry
      • Helen (Ellen) Margaret Hewitt (1863 Patricks Plains – 1899) married in 1882 at Patricks Plains to Frederick William Puxt(l)y
        • Frederick George Puxty (1883 Patricks Plains – 1883 Patricks Plains)
        • Ernest Puxty (1884 Patricks Plains – 1884 Patrick Plains)
        • Beatrice E Puxty (1885 Patricks Plains – ) married William E Paget in 1908 in Petersham
        • George Giles Puxty (1887 Patricks Plains – 1932 Singleton) married Vera Harris in Singleton in 1915
          • Frederick John Puxty ( – 1986)
        • Hercules J(ohn?) Puxty (1889 Singleton – 1889 ? Singleton)
        • Blanche AP Puxty (1890 Singleton – ) married Frank W Boon in 1912 in Singleton
        • Daisy E M Puxty (1897 Singleton – ) married Patrick F Tierney in 1916 in Singleton
        • William E Puxty (1899 Singleton – 1899 Singleton)
      • Reverend George Henry Hewitt (1869 Patrick Plains – 1945 ) married in 1895 to Eveline/Evelyn  Annie Napthalimore – 1,
        • Albert Napthali Hewitt 91896 Ashfield – ) married in 1921 at Harris Park to Edith Thomas
        • George Hewitt (1901 Ashfield – ) married in 1927 in Sydney to Irene Donaldson
        • John W Hewitt (1914 Redfern – )
      • William Apsley Hewitt (1874 Patricks Plains – 1925) married Adelaide Jackson ( – 1930 Croydon)
        • George Hornsby Hewitt ( 1883 Wellington NZ – 1959 Burwood) married Beatrice Perry 
        • Richard L Hewitt (1888 Petersham- )
        • Adelaide S Hewitt (1890 Sydney – )
        • Daisy T Hewitt (1893 Sydney –  married  in 1921 1 in  Sydney to Virgil Dante Cizzio ( 1890 – 1963)
          • Daughter Cizzio (1924 Roseville – )
        • Dorothy Hewitt (1894 Newtown – )
        • Margaret D Hewitt (1896 Newtown – )
        • William P Hewitt (1899 Petersham – )
      • Mabel Alice Daisy Hewitt (1879 Patrick Plains – ) married in 1904 in Merewether Edward J Whitten ( – 1904 Singleton) who died three months after they had marriedand then in 1910 married William Lawler at Singleton
        • Lola A Lawler (1911 Singleton – )
        • Mabel E Lawler (1915 Singleton – )
    • James Alexander Tulloch (1841 – 1917 ), only son of James Tulloch,  married in 1863 to  Jane Younie Russell (1842 – 1869 ) at West Maitland – she was the youngest daughter of the late John Russell of Morayshire Scotland – after her death he married her sister Margaret Russell ( – 1925)in 1874
      • Alexander James Tulloch ( 1864 Patricks Plains – 1913) married Patience Burnett (1865 – 1945)
        • Reginald J Tulloch (1891 – 1977) married Grace Selina Weiss ( 1891- 1984) – Reginald was an aspiring local government representative
          • Walter A Tulloch ( 1918 – 2001) married Lilian Una Harding (1920 – 1980)
        • Linda Tulloch (1894 – 1987) married Hilton Dick Lancaster (1893 – 1976)
          • Donald Tulloch Lancaster (1923 – 2014) married Patience Bates (1926 – 2016)
            • Son Lancaster (1949 – )
            • Son Lancaster ( – )
        • Burnetta Tulloch (1896 – 1984) – did not marry
      • John Younie Tulloch (1868 Glennies Creek Patricks Plains – 1940) – married Florence Emma Kester in 1892 in Newtown – he established Tulloch’s viticultural activities
      • Jane/Jane  Anderson Tulloch (1875 Maitland- ) married John J Henderson
      • Hellen Margaret Tulloch 1876 Maitland – 1878)
      • Edith Janet Tulloch (1881 Greta – 1948) – did not marry
      • Penicl/Pennial Margaret Tulloch (1887 Greta – 1951) – did not marry
    • Anne Margaret Tulloch (1841 – 1887) married in 1861 to William Charles Barden ( 1835- 1893 )  – see Barden Research Notes
      • Charles William Barden married Mary Jane McCosker, daughter of Thomas McCosker (son of Bernard McCusker and Ellen McIllina who arrived from Ireland in under the British Government Immigration Assistance Scheme rather than the Bounty Scheme System. See McCosker Power Research NotesMary Jane‘s mother was Sarah  McCosker nee Power, daughter of Convict Thomas Power and Jane Byrnes, who arrived as a Bounty System Immigrant from Ireland with her parents Daniel Patrick and Julia Byrnes). Their children ..
        • William Bill Thomas Barden – Draper, Salesman (1885-1973 – married Hazel Short
        • Charles Patrick Barden – Jockey, Horse Trainer (1887 – 1938) – married Myrtle Gladys – lived in Perth ?
          • William M Barden (1921 – 1944)
        • Percival James Barden – Storekeeper, Farmer, WWI Veteran –  (1888 – 1945)- married Jessie Burns (1900 – 1967)
        • Ivy Ann Barden (1890 – 1945) – married Christopher William Collins – Shearer (1888-1944)
          • Ena Collins
          • Kevin Collins
        • Cyril Bernard Barden (1892 – 1962) – Shearer, Labourer, Horse Breaker, Boxer, Footballer, WWI Veteran, Grazier, also served in WW2 in Boggabilla
          • partner – Mary Ethel May Adams circa 1923 at Tweed Heads in years after WWI – see Adams Research Notes
            • Cyril Ross Adams (1923 Tweed Heads -1990 Bulli) – married Joan Lois Callcott (1932 Hornsby – 2012 Wollongong) – See Callcott Research Notes 
              • Kerrie Anne Adams (1955 Bulli -) married David John Christian (1954 -)
              • Daughter
              • Son
          • wife – Ruby McNamara (1892-1976) – married in 1927
            • Mary Helen “Bid” Barden (twin) – married Kevin Ross Maunder
            • John “Jack” Bernard Barden (twin) – served with the Australian Army during the Korean War
            • Daughter
            • Patrick Barden, Grazier
            • Betty “Topsy” Barden
            • Daughter
            • Charles Patrick Barden, Grazier
              • Daughter
              • Daughter
              • Daughter
        • Lyla Jane Barden (1894 – 1919)
        • Bertha Rose Barden (1896 – 1901)
        • Leonard Hilton Barden, Telegraph Linesman – Labourer – Share farmer WWI Veteran (1899 – 1948) – married Elsie Blanchard (1901 – )
          • Keith Patrick Barden (1940 – 1947)
        • Beryl Margaret Barden (1902 – 1971) – married Louis Lewis, Carrier (1897 – 1960)
      • Sarah Jane Tulloch ( 1844- 1912 Singleton) married in 1863  in Maitland to Richard Boyle (1841 – 1895) – Sarah was a licensed Colonial Wine Seller – perhaps entering the wine business ahead of her nephew John Younie Tulloch ?
        • Helen Emily Boyle (1864 Patricks Plains – 1939 Waverley) married in 1891 in Singleton to Thomas McNeice McGowan 
          • Emily May McGowan (1892 Singleton – ) married in 1911 to Albert A Wood
            • Albert T Wood (1913 Randwick – )
            • Emily G Wood (1915 Randwick –
          • Nettie Maude McGowan (1894 Singleton – )
          • Thomas Leslie George McGowan (1897 Singleton – ) living in Clovelly in 1930 and married in 1938 to Ellen Victoria Street
          • Hugh Clyde McGowan (1901 Singleton – 1982) married in 1939 to Ivy Maude Royle Bungate
        • George Edward/Edwin Boyle (1866 Patricks Plains – 1949 Maitland) – married Mary Ellen Hickey and living in Greta, Hunter Valley
          • William G Boyle (1889 Singleton – 1889 Singleton)
          • Walter Thomas Boyle (1890 Singleton – 1974) served in WW1 married in Parramatta in 1921 to Winifred Mary Ann Mackison
            • Olga Emily Boyle 
            • Willa Boyle (1929  – 1997)
          • Richard Edward Boyle (1891 Singleton – 1941 West Maitland) – may not have married
          • Henrietta M Boyle (1896 Singleton – )
          • Annie E Boyle (1896 Singleton – )
          • Eric John Boyle (1899 Singleton – 1938 West Maitland) – died three  years after a Swansea coal mining accident married in 1923 in Parramatta to Alma Ethel Tilden
            • Norman Boyle
            • Hazel Boyle
          • Doris M Boyle (1901 Singleton – )
          • Mary E Boyle (1904 Singleton – )
          • George O Boyle (1905 Singleton – 1913 Singleton)
        • Anne C Boyle (1867 Patricks Plains – )  possibly died by the time of her mother’s 1912 death as only 3 living daughters were mentioned in her mother’s obituary
        • Sarah Jane Boyle (1870 Patricks Plains – 1902 Singleton)  in 1892 in Singleton married Hamilton Roberts
          • Cecil Hamilton Roberts (1893 Singleton – 1918 Singleton)
          • Robert Aubrey Roberts (1897 – 1936) served in WW1 and married in 1923 in Portland to Vera May Schumack
            • Richard Hamilton Roberts (1931 – 1932 Cowra)
          • Clarence Reginald Roberts (1899 – 1965) served in WW1 – married in 1925 in Boorowa to Edna Mary Watson
          • Alma Laurel Roberts (1901 – 1901)
        • Thomas William Boyle (1873 Patricks Plains – 1928 Paddington) married Lucy Hogan (1873 – 1915)
          • Colleen A Boyle (1902 – )
          • Jeffrey Hogan Boyle (1903 – ) married Rita May O’Hara in Woollahra in 1942
          • Shirley G Boyle (1908 – )
          • Athol Marjorie Boyle (1913 – 1999) married Raymond Allison Bush (1911 – 1987)
        • Cecilia Agnes Boyle (1876 – Patricks Plains – 1895 Singleton) – did not marry
        • John Frederick Boyle (1879 – 1879 Patricks Plains)
        • Mary Adelaide C Boyle (1881 Patricks Plains – ) married Joseph Claude Canavan (1879 – 1917)
          • Mary S Canavan (1907 – )
          • Lilian Josephine Canavan (1907 – 1997)
          • Claude J Canavan (1909 – 1909)
          • Romauld / Ronald Claude Canavan (1910 – 1978) married in 1936 in Hurstville to Marjorie Bridge Cantwell 
          • Gregory William Canavan (1912 – ) served in WW2 married in 1941 in Ashfield to Ellen Margaret Keating
        • James Richard Boyle (Patricks Plains 1885 – 1952) married Gertrude Bertha Gilson (1887 – 1955)
          • Marion E Boyle (1910 – )
          • Mona Boyle (1912 – 1995)
          • Una Veronica Boyle (1915 – 2000)
          • Clyde Francis Boyle (1918 – 1960)
        • Ernest Laurence Boyle (1885 Patricks Plains – 1951) married in 1920 to Clara Emily Britz
        • Lilian E Boyle (1890 Singleton – ) married Osborne Francis Cuneen (1885 – 1948)
          • Leslie Claude Cuneen (1911 – 1964) – served in WW2
          • Colin Ernest Cuneen (1916 – 1992)
    •  John Tulloch (1816 Scotland – 1872 Glebe NSW in 1872)  – a possible younger brother for James Haldon Tulloch ??? A NSW BDM entry  shows his parents as John and Sarah – married Anne (1815 – ). An entry exists for birth and baptism of a John Tulloch, son of John Tulloch and Sarah Taylor,  in 1816 Duthil with Rothiemurchus,Inverness, which is a little south west of Elgins. (Note a  John and Anne Tulloch arrived in Melbourne as assisted immigrants in 1851 on the Harry Lorrequer with their children including one set of twins… –  a Thomas Tulloch was another assisted immigrant )
      • Margaret Tulloch (1842 – ) listed as age 9 on immigration record
      • Christina Tulloch (1842 – ) listed as age 9 on immigration record
      • James Tulloch (1846 – ) listed as age 5 on immigration record
      • William Tulloch (1849 – ) listed as age 2 on immigration record