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(69) Rachele
Fri, 19 February 2016 08:58:08 +0000
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Howdy just stumbled upon your blog via Yahoo after I entered in, "Active Guestbook | Caldwell Genealogy" or perhaps something similar (can't quite remember exactly).
In any case, I'm glad I found it because your content is exactly what I'm searching for (writing a university paper) and I hope you don't mind if I gather some information from here and I will of course credit you as the reference. Thank you so much.

(68) Kathie Biggers Martin
Tue, 16 February 2016 23:17:37 +0000

So pleased to find this and information about the Caldwell family. As I research my ancestry, new and fascinating relationships show such a diverse cocktail we all are.

(67) G. Steven Maxted
Tue, 16 February 2016 02:52:04 +0000

Hello Caldwell friends,

Your website is most interesting, but unfortunately I have not been able to find the info I am searching for, and maybe I'm looking in the wrong place. Perhaps you can help me. I sure would appreciate it in our genealogical search.

My great great grandparents, Henry(b. 1827) Caldwell and Margaret (Woods - b. 1826, d.21 Mar 1898) were both born Presyterian in Country Tyrone. I believe they were married in the Ardstraw Presbyterian Church just prior to 1850 and emigrated to Canada (Iroquois, ON) in 1850. I cannot seem to find their names in any of your records online. Then, Henry's grandfather (or great grandfather) was born in County Tyrone in 1725 and died 31 Mar 1806.
I have a note of his marriage to one Elizabeth Elliot in 1747.

Can you give me any further info on any of the above? Some of our relatives have enquired as to why Henry and Margaret emigrated to Canada, and to the small town of Iroquois on the St. Lawrence River. Unfortunately, we don't have any answers.

Your help (or any assistance) would be most appreciated. We have followed the line on down from Henry and Margaret, but can't seem to get anywhere going backward.

Your response or any leads would be most appreciated. Most sincerely,

G Steven Maxted
Tacoma, WA USA

(66) Chip Baker
Sun, 14 February 2016 22:59:54 +0000

Hello, my name is Chip Baker from Tennessee. I am a direct descendant of the Caldwell family dating back to the Caldwell name of Belleek, Fermanaugh, Ireland. I appreciate this site and look forward to reading of the history.

(65) Pat
Sat, 13 February 2016 13:39:34 +0000

I have another William Caldwell you can add to your database. Born March 28, 1766 and died June 27, 1832. He and his wife Ester/Hester are buried in the Beaverdam Cemetery in Henry Co. TN. I have photos of both tombstones if you wish. I believe his wife to be Ester Buchanan with their marriage on 10 Sep 1787 in Augusta Co. VA.

(64) Nadine Van Buren
Mon, 1 February 2016 22:04:24 +0000

Paternal grandmother was Statira Eliza Caldwell, daughter of Joseph Cogswell Caldwell and Eliza Caldwell. Joseph was the son of Paul Caldwell and Catherine Thumm. Paul was the son of William (family bible) which is where the line ends for me.

(63) Edward Caldwell
Tue, 19 January 2016 19:07:55 +0000

I believe I am descended from Seth Caldwell (#59356) through his son William (Billy) Caldwell. I already had through family sources Seth's name, his approx birth year, son's name and wife's name, which match your information. If you're interested I think I can fill in a lot of blank areas.

(62) Katherine Cain
Tue, 5 January 2016 17:23:35 +0000

I am very happy to have found this website! You have amazing history recorded here. My Mother's Maiden name is Caldwell and her aunts, my great aunts, keep recorded histories that provide information about Cromwell as well. I found it funny in the myth section about blue eyes and black eyes. My mother is blonde hair blue eyes and i was born with black eyes.

(61) Lauren Caldwell Gadd
Sat, 2 January 2016 04:22:53 +0000

My father was Lawrence Edward Caldwelll, son of Mark McKinley Caldwell. I have been tracing our ancestry for the last 2 years. I enjoyed reading what information you have gathered. It is interesting that my other relatives, the Williams, often cross paths with the Caldwells, and often not on the same side of a disagreement. I would love to talk to anyone interested in my father's side of my family.

(60) Richard Caldwell
Sun, 13 December 2015 16:42:00 +0000

Research the Caldwell name. Finding this site interesting.