Bryan McCullagh
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Bryan McCullagh

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Bryan McCullagh
Born 1960s.
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Son of [private father (1940s - unknown)] and [private mother (1940s - unknown)]
Brother of [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private sister (1960s - unknown)]
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Born and raised in San Diego, Bryan attended Clairemont High School, majored in Aeronautics at San Jose State University, and obtained a Master's Degree in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.

He worked at Lockheed Space Operations Company in Sunnyvale, California as a satellite controller. It was there he honed his software skills, and transitioned his career from Operations to Software Engineering, while still remaining vested in Aerospace.

Bryan has lived in Hawaii, Colorado, Arizona, and now Las Vegas, Nevada, where he works as a computer programmer, enjoying (almost!) every minute of writing mostly C++ code for gaming and scientific applications.

Bryan's WikiTree and genealogy interests include several early Colonial / Puritan Great Migration ancestors, the Egan lineage (Ireland), the McKibbens (originally from Ireland), and the Young lineage (Scotland).

He is happily single, with no clear plans to change that anytime soon.

It should be noted for the genealogical record that my paternal surname should have been Woerner, except for an NPE (my own adoption at birth), and that I carry the Woerner y-DNA.

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I did answer your question. 1. There is a 16 year gap in the birth. 2. I believe the two Joseph's have become confused and unintentionally been merged into one. I found the real death date of the Joseph McKibben that served in the Revolutionary War actually died in 1818. That is not when my Joseph died. This means there are clearly two different men named Joseph McKibben living in the same location. 3. Unlike others, I do not want the other Joseph to be just merged away for convenience just because someone has the two unintentionally confused and so may I My Joseph may actually be the grand father to James and the other may be the father. 4. I have not finished researching to locate other information.

Why are you so positive they are the same person with such a large age gap difference. 16 years is significant and could indicate a confusion in generations? It at the very least indicate that more research needs accomplished? That is what I'm doing... research and not just merging for convenience.

posted by Terri (Reynolds) Rick
Bryan, thanks for the comment, I have a fairly large family tree, and can share photo's and records I currently have.
posted by Shawn Seeger
Interesting that your last name has different variation of McCullough McColough. My ancestors are from Clan Young, it became Armagerous (no clan Chief). I descend from the Young's of Scotland
posted by Jocelyn Young
That's a smart idea, only managing profiles in your pedigree! I'll have to ask Staci about it.
posted by G Gaffin
I noticed you added a photo to Elijah Hadsell's page; would you be interested in being his profile manager? He's of no relation to me. I just have a problem of adding people and finding their relatives and adding them. His daughter's husband's brother's daughter's daughter married my great-great-great-great grandfather's brother's son.
posted by G Gaffin
Thanks Bryan. I'm looking for information mainly about my father's side of the family. His father died in a tragic car accident when his mother was pregnant with my dad. He never knew his father. I am interested in just learning more about who his father was and what their relationship was before he died.
posted by Kathy (Burdick) White
I may have missed the email. I will check spam folder. I'm trying to research my dead end family tree.
posted by Monte Mccoy
How do I join the Great Migration effort?

BTW, is there any group working with the Western Migration that started after Louis and Clark's little journey?

posted by John M. Switlik
hey Bryan, thanks for all the help, qq, how do I change the tree name. Because my name has a bio and an adopted name...I need to correct this so it reads with one name and then I can add in all the others...I think it would be much easier to work
posted by Shan (Walls) Breslow
Thank You Bryan
posted by David Blair

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