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(194) Valentin
Tue, 28 March 2017 07:07:44 +0000
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Mon, 27 March 2017 17:11:01 +0000
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(191) Lynn Nolan Molanders
Mon, 27 March 2017 04:15:41 +0000
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My great grandmother was a Caldwell. Her name was Sarah Sinia/Sina Caldwell Walker. She was born in Lumpkin County, GA. Her father was Matthias Caldwell, mother. Mary Elizabeth Hutson, married in Lumpkin County, GA. His father was Meredith B Caldwell, mother, Winnie Ovaline Woody. From research I have seen so far, his father was one David Caldwell, mother Sarah Eliza/Elizabeth Gailey. "From the Atlanta Constitution beginning 1900 for the Historical Collections of the Joseph Habersham Chapter of the DAR Vol I 1902:
"David Caldwell, third son of William of the Caldwell Settlement in Charlotte County VA, married Miss Eliza Gailey and settled in Abbevile district in South Carolina., By this marriage there were 4 sons;
John Elliott
Joseph David
Andrew
Meredith
(No daughter listed, but further research has yielded a dauther named Nancy G.)
The latter part of his life was spent in Lumpkin County, GA near his 2 sons, Joseph and Meredith, who had large families.
Andrew died a bachelor in Wilkes County, GA.
Major, John Elliot Caldwell, born 12/6/1798, served his native state, South Carolina, with distinction, as majot of a militia, in the day when the state had 'camp musters' annually. He married Elizabeth Gardner and settled in Madison County, GA. He was a man of strict integrity and exerted high influence for morality and religion. he was a staunch Presbyterian and served his church 53 years as a ruling elder. he and his wife are buried in Alta Vista Cemetery in Gainesville, GA."
I guess my question would be, is this erroneous information?
Your kind attention to this would be greatly appreciated.

Lynn Nolan Molanders


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Mon, 27 March 2017 01:50:38 +0000
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(189) Jan Arneson
Sun, 26 March 2017 22:50:30 +0000
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Joseph and Letitia (Britton) McCutchen had a daughter, Mary Elizabeth b.3/5/1828, d.12/20/1908 (m.1st to Frederic S. Anderson, m. 2nd to William Marlow. She is buried in Russell Cemetery, Winneshiek County, IA. The Marlow's had 4 children, including my great grandmother, Estella Anna Marlow,b.1866, d. 1933, m. Anton Arneson

Just thought you'd like to know because I've seen different trees showing no children - thought I'd set the record straight.

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Sun, 26 March 2017 19:13:15 +0000
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Sun, 26 March 2017 06:29:44 +0000
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