McCullock, William

Variant first names: M.
Variant last names: McCulloch
honorificReverend
Birth: Towards the end of the seventeenth century. in Whithorn, Galloway, Scotland
Death: December 18, 1771 in Cambuslang, Scotland
Affiliation:

Presbyterian Church of Scotland

Education:

Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh

Faith:

Presbyterian

Nationality:

Scottish

Occupation:

Minister

Residence:

Cambuslang, Scotland (from 1731-04-29 to 1771-12-18)

Events:

February 1742: Oversaw a revival in his congregation inspired by George Whitefield. Fundraising Tour of Great Britain: shortly before June 17, 1767, Occom visited McCullock's congregation near Glasgow.

Marital status:

Had at least one son.

Biography:

William McCullock was a Scottish evangelical who oversaw a revival in his congregation at Cambuslang, near Glasgow, comparable to Jonathan Edwards' at Northampton. George Whitefield inspired both men, and together they demonstrate the Transatlantic nature of the Great Awakening. Occom and Whitaker preached at McCullock's church during their fundraising tour, and McCullock sent Wheelock boxes of books thereafter.

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Sources:

Macfarlan, D. Revivals of the Eighteenth Century. Free Presbyterian Publications 1988. Accessed via http://www.revival-library.org/catalogues/1725ff/macfarlan.html 4/15/2013. Smith, Matthew. “Distinguishing Marks of the Spirit of God: Eighteenth-Century Revivals in Scotland and New England.” In STAR (Scotland’s Transatlantic Relations) Project Archive www.star.ac.uk April 2004. Accessed via http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/star/archive/Papers/Smith_C18.Revivals.pdf 4/15/2013. Tyerman, Luke. The Life of the Rev. George Whitefield Volume 2. Anson D. F. Randolph 1877. Accessed via Google Books.