Col. Hugh Caldwell

Biography
Will Of Sir James dated 30.5.1711 proven 25.3.1717

James exhumed his mothers body (Mary Sweetenham)and buried her in the vault of CastleCaldwell along with his son Colonel Hugh (see Will Of Sir James dated 30.5.1711 proven 25.3.1717)
Furthermore Sir James had a close connection with the Caldwells of Castletown Co Meath, leaving in his will lands of Drumcrin & Corlaugh in the Barony of Lurch for services done by his father to Andrew Caldwell attorney of the Queens bench. This raises a further question. Andrew was obviously Established Church (COI), he could not practice as a Prebyterian and it would appear that Caldwells of Castlecaldwell were likewise.The Caldwells of Ballybogan would appear to be dissenters.
Look forward to receiving any comments.
Regards Plunkett Caldwell
Ancestors
   
John Caldwell
6 Jun 1603 - 1683
 
   
  
  
Mary SWEETENHAM
Jun 1605 -
 
  
 
  
 
 
Catherine Hume
1634/1695 -
  
  
  
 
Family Group Sheet - Child
PARENT (M) Sir James Caldwell
Birth1634Londonderry/Donegal/Fermanagh
Death1716 CastleCaldwell
Marriage1652/1717to Catherine Hume
FatherJohn Caldwell
MotherMary SWEETENHAM
PARENT (F) Catherine Hume
Birth1634/1695
Death
Marriage1652/1717to Sir James Caldwell
FatherSir James Hume
MotherMargaret Johnstoun
CHILDREN
MJames Caldwell
Birth1655/1672Castlecaldwell
Death
MarriageUNKto UNK
MCol. Hugh Caldwell
Birth
Death