Sir John Cullum, sixth baronet, was a writer, naturalist and antiquary active in the late-18th century. He was the son of Sir John Cullum, fifth baronet, owner of Hawstead Place and Hardwick House in Suffolk, England. Cullum was born at Hawstead Place on 21 June 1733. Cullum died on 9 October 1785 at Hardwick House and was later buried under a large stone at the north door of Hawstead church.
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