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(111) david caldwell
Sun, 22 January 2017 21:21:59 +0000

hi all looking for any info about any caldwells from Dublin Ireland 1860,sonwards
thanks in advance

(110) Laura
Mon, 9 January 2017 03:27:27 +0000

How can I contact someone about my Caldwell line I followed it to John Caldwell and would like to ask a few questions please.

(109) Allen Pool
Sun, 8 January 2017 22:14:25 +0000

I enjoyed reading the Caldwell family history very much on your site. Well done, I must say. I surfed in looking for some history of my Pool(Pettypool)family of Fairfield, South Carolina. The Pool, Caldwell,Pannel, Grubbs and others moved together in group and settled in Pontotoc cty. Mississippi around 1840. Thanks for sharing your research with so many.
Allen Pool

(108) Christine Smith
Sat, 7 January 2017 23:20:22 +0000

My name is Christine Smith. My Caldwell connection is through a paternal Great Grandmother, Maggie Caldwell. Lived for a time before marriage in Liberton. Her father John, was brother of Joseph Caldwell who had a lemonade factory in Kilmarnock.She married David Auld of Riccarton and then moved to Buckhaven in Fife where her daughter Mary,my Gran was brought up. Christine

(107) Pat Hocker
Sat, 7 January 2017 18:40:28 +0000

Signing on again after an absence of some years. I'm always searching for those connected to my great-great grandfather, Robert H. Caldwell, (b. ca 1815 - d. 1876) of County Tyrone. He was a shoemaker and a Presbyterian who married Mary Moore. In the early 1840s, they emigrated to Ontario, Canada, eventually settling in Grey County. One of their daughters, Catherine, married Lyman Smith in Buffalo, where they raised a large family.

Their son, William Robert (b. Co Tyrone 1836 - d. 1883 Durham, Ontario) was my great-grandfather. He served in the 100th Regiment of Foot and was stationed on Malta. He married a Cashel Co. Tipperary woman, Margaret Burke/Birch in Ottawa, 1867. They had 2 sons and 5 daughters.

DNA testing has helped in my research. So far, the only revelation has been a connection to three of the descendants of John Caldwell Calhoun, U.S. Vice-President during pre-Civil War times. We have done the BigY test and are enrolled in the McCarthy South of Ireland group.

Happy researching to all!


(106) Jo Anne
Fri, 6 January 2017 02:42:39 +0000

Great read of the Caldwell family.

(105) Janet Caldwell Lewis
Sun, 25 December 2016 09:48:49 +0000

Hello, my grandfather is Bob Caldwell of Harlen, Ky. He was murdered by Grant Gross and Roy Slusher. Sometime around 1948 - 50? My father is Andrew Caldwell born December 1944 died October 2016. His mother was Catherine Roark. Any information you have to give would be appreciated! Hope to hear from someone soon. Thank you.

(104) Bridgett Caldwell-Moyer
Mon, 19 December 2016 01:33:59 +0000

Just came across this site while searching my Caldwell Ancestry and was very interested in your research

(103) Charles Caldwell
Mon, 7 November 2016 22:10:54 +0000

I have documented data of Caldwell's who went to Kentucky then Louisiana if anyone is interested.

(102) Janet Gregson
Sat, 15 October 2016 23:46:42 +0000

I am trying to fill in the past of my great great grandfather, Matthew Caldwell who emigrated to Philadelphia with his family in 1839. I know he came over on the Caledonia and that he had lived before that in Ireland but I believe he was born in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Also, several members of his family had the middle name of Huston (including my grandmother) but I can't find any family connection to Hustons. Can anyone give me any information on this?