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Debra Quitter wrote on December 3, 2014 at 1:41 am
Interesting web site. My great grandmother is traced to Hugh Caldwell. It is documented that Hugh Caldwell of Virginia spoke often of the cups with the crest of caldwell and from time to time he showed this to his family.
Thank you for posting your information.
Judith wrote on December 1, 2014 at 10:08 pm
I am researching my paternal family history. The father was Raymond Caldwell, born in Lancashire but comes from a long line of Caldwells in Bradbourne, Derbyshire. I am interested to find out if your data can add to the information I already have
Jodie Woods wrote on November 19, 2014 at 6:50 pm
My name is Jo Evelyn Caldwell Woods. I am searching for the place of my branch of Caldwell\'s origin.
Thank you.
David Caldwell wrote on October 27, 2014 at 11:37 am
Hi you guys, I wondered where everyone had gone, I\'ll try to catch up. I\'ve had my DNA tested and guess what^ my paternal line is as I maintained all along, Ancient British or Pretani, with the addition of some ancient Irish. So no French pirates on the horizon. All the best Tom.
Davd Caldwell originally from Ayrshire now Manitoba Canada
Noelene Barnes nee Caldwell wrote on October 14, 2014 at 5:14 am
HELP, DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT \" History of Carrielycrgus \" by Macskimmin\'s this comes up when I google Samuel Hercules Rowley Caldwell born Newtownards Ireland
Garry Caldwell wrote on October 13, 2014 at 12:31 am
Getting ready to retire from the US Army and decided to look into my family history so I can do some traveling to significant places in my family\'s history. I have spent my entire adult life traveling the world as a Soldier and now want to travel it for pleasure. My father is Dale Edward Caldwell and his fathers name is Paul Caldwell. I will post anything I find if anyone is interested and if anyone has hints on how to research I would greatly appreciate it.
Gena Wyatt wrote on September 16, 2014 at 5:38 pm
Hello, my son\'s Dad is named David Caldwell who lived in DesMoines, Wa area. He was born in 1969 I believe in Feb or June. He had a brother who was younger named Sean or Shawn Caldwell. Moms name was possibly Peggy and her husband\'s name was John Caldwell. David had a set of twins girls that were born March of 1996 with a Kim or Pam Caldwell. If anyone knows who this family is or how I can get ahold of any of them, email me ASAP. ggmw2009@gmail.com

Thank you very much!!
John Caldwell wrote on September 2, 2014 at 11:52 pm
Hey Gwen - We met on this (or another version of this) site on December 23, 2002. Can you believe it\'s been almost 12 years!?
Gwen Caldwell Quickel wrote on August 31, 2014 at 4:51 am
Hello, John! I have not been on this site in years and as I see it there is still a lot of nonsense printed regarding the surname of Caldwell. I know from whence I came (Scotland to County Donegal to Pennsylvania to Virginia to Georgia to Arkansas to Texas) From my father, George, from my grandfather, John Elijah, from George W, from Matthew Tanner, from Creed, from David, from John, from John and from John in America. The research continues with my daughter now doing the research back to the William Wallace era and area. Maybe you remember when we met on this site as I don\'t. All I know is that we are related. This site has changed over the years very much and I will look around a bit.
Gordon Caldwell Lewis wrote on August 26, 2014 at 1:04 pm
Looking for Caldwells that settled in Evansville, Indiana..
Thomas C. Haman wrote on August 18, 2014 at 1:06 am
I lived with my Great Grandma Emma Caldwell on Foster Ave Sayville NY she was part Indian and Scot.. had a sister Minetta (Monetta) who married Captain Brown tug boat Captain Emma married my GGPa James Symes Baker coast guard rescue (died on a rescue 1895)) then married Frank Greene (rescue died on resuce in 1838) Emma lived to 1954.

David Caldwell born c.1794 Scotland, jeweler
m. Hellen born c.1797 Scotland
son Jessa born c.1821 Scotland
--moved to USA--
dau Elizabeth born c.1831 New York
son William* born c.1836 New Jersey

*
William worked as a silver-plater
m. Emma born c.1841 New York (or NJ)
son William born c.1860 New Jersey (worked as a lacquerer)
dau Emma** born Oct-1862 New York (or NJ)
brett Caldwell wrote on August 4, 2014 at 5:42 am
Am searching Caldwells from Glenglush, Ardstraw, Tyrone. Cunningham Caldwell b.1820 came to Australia c1840. Am seeking all info possible, Cheers, Brett Caldwell
Brett Caldwell wrote on August 4, 2014 at 4:58 am
Am searching Caldwells from Glenglush Ardstraw. Have a Cunningham Caldwell born 1820. He came to Australia c1840 on the \"Moffat\". Trying for all info available.
PAT TEAGUE ORMOND wrote on July 28, 2014 at 3:21 am
My mother was Jessie M. Caldwell Teague, her father was Thomas P. Caldwell, his father John C. Caldwell, his father George W. Caldwell, his father Matthew T. Caldwell, his father David W. Caldwell, his father John H. Caldwell, his father John F. Caldwell, his father Captain John Caldwell, his father Joseph Caldwell, his father John Caldwell b. 1630, his father John Caldwell b.1603, his father William Caldwell, his father Alexander Thomas Caldwell 1548-1577. With me that\'s 15 generations but I would like to go farther back any help available@f3
Gordon Caldwell wrote on July 21, 2014 at 7:48 am
All Caldwell\'s required to support my niece, Hilary Caldwell, swimming in the backstroke events for Canada at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next week!
Diana Gumas wrote on June 13, 2014 at 11:48 am
My great grandfather\'s name was Aldwyn Reifsnyder Caldwell. He was born in 1882 in Philadelphia. HIs father was Charles Caldwell, who married Ellen Watson. I\'ve not yet been able to to trace Charles Caldwell\'s family line back in Ancestry.com. He may have been Charles A. Caldwell (From Aldwyn\'s birth certificate), Charles E Caldwell (from 1902 phone book with Ellen as widow) or Charles Edward Caldwell (from my grandmother\'s recollection). Charles Caldwell was a twin. He was supposedly a soldier. He died when Aldwyn was a young child. Photograph shows him as a man with curly hair and a swarthy complexion. Ellen Watson\'s family supposedly cut her out of their family when she married Aldwyn, but we don\'t know why. Some have wondered whether he was of Jewish descent@f0 Or did he have some African heritage@f1 Or maybe he served on the Confederate side of the Civil war@f2 We may never know, but I would greatly appreciate any information someone might have.
JoAn Mitchell Crouch wrote on June 5, 2014 at 6:02 pm
Grand-daughter of David Caldwell, son of Joseph (Ireland) and Mary Brown (Ireland), born 1878 Lakefield, Ontario, Canada. Family moved to Elkhorn, Manitoba, Canada. My grandfather moved to the US in 1901. Doing genealogy research and interested in finding family members.
John C. Thompson wrote on June 3, 2014 at 4:34 pm
My mother was a Caldwell and I have traced my ancestors back to Joseph Caldwell of County Donegal, Ireland. I intend to visit Ireland and explore some of the interesting possibilities I have heard about the earliest Caldwells. However, I have enjoyed learning what I have about the exploits of the Caldwell who settled in Cub Creek, Virginia and their descendants. I have found considerable information on Ancestry.Com which complements notes my mother gave me many years ago. I would appreciate information concerning other sources related to that extraordinary family.
John C. Thompson wrote on June 3, 2014 at 4:33 pm
Connie E. Caldwell Hall wrote on June 1, 2014 at 9:13 pm
You\'ve got some interesting info, and lots of it, if I may say. Truly grateful there are those who take the time to research and compile all of this. It\'s important to know your \'roots\'!