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Donald W.Caldwell wrote on November 25, 2017 at 10:45 pm:
Hello Fellow Caldwells,

I have traced my ancestry back to the Caldwell Castle in Ireland and beyond into France, from there to the settlements in America, namely in Virginia. I started my research years ago by sending a query the local newspaper in reference to my grandfathers birth place in Floyd County, Virginia. We received an answer from a third cousin in Richmond, Virginia, this opened up the door for me. We went to Floyd and met some second cousins, who took us to the old Hugh Crockett Caldwell farm, and visited the Caldwell Cemetery on the farm grounds.

Since then I have been using the LDS site and Google to study my connection to Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and England.

I have taken two DNA tests, 23 & ME and Ancestery.com, they both provided valuable background information on my early relatives.

My grandparents, nor my dad and his siblings, or any of the Caldwell relatives ever spoke about their ancestry. Here I am in my mid 70\'s and now I know where I came from. I had a second cousin living less than fifty miles from me sixty years ago and my dad and grandparents said nothing, she was from the Floyd area. I finally met her in Virginia, she is Betty Ann Rice, what a classy lady, full of love for people. I am thankful I met her before she passed away a few years ago.

I could go on about those famous and fabulous Caldwell men and women and the distant relatives who fought and built this great nation we call America and home. I thank God for blessing America.

Sincerely,

Don W. Caldwell
Proverbs 3:5-6
Jerry Hazelwood wrote on November 23, 2017 at 2:40 pm:
My grandfather was John Doke Caldwell, deceased in Cleburne, Texas in 1950. Born around 1880, possibly in Missippi? Siblings unknown.
Shawn Caldwell wrote on November 20, 2017 at 9:58 pm:
I\'am Shawn Leslie Caldwell, son of Dwight Leslie Caldwell born in Limestone,ME. Grandfather is Leslie Caldwell. Just did my DNA test.

Results: 83% English isles
9% Italian
4%Scandinavian
2% Iberian
Shawn Caldwell wrote on November 20, 2017 at 9:42 pm:
Love this site. So I\'m not the only Caldwell with pride...lol 42, from NH.
Hollie Caldwell wrote on November 19, 2017 at 10:57 pm:
Daughter of Bruce william Caldwell and grand daughter of Paul William Caldwell.
Gregg Clawson wrote on November 19, 2017 at 8:57 pm:
Love the site!!
Cindy Caldwell Stacy wrote on November 17, 2017 at 8:47 am:
David Caldwell BIRTH 1784 • Ireland DEATH 1824 • West Virginia

Abner Caldwell BIRTH ABT 1813 • Indiana DEATH BEFORE 1867 • Barry, Missouri

John David Caldwell BIRTH 05 JUL 1860 • Missouri DEATH 02 MAR 1929 •Caldwell,ID

Luther Elbert Caldwell BIRTH 7, 4, 1888 •Golden,Barry, Missouri, DEATH DECEMBER 10, 1942 • Vancouver, Clark, Washington,

Keith Caldwell BIRTH 7 AUG 1921 • Payette, Payette, Idaho, USA
DEATH 10 SEP 1978 • Battle Ground, Clark, Washington (MY FATHER)

I would love help. If you are connected to this tree. I\'m on ancestry, some of the family names connected to this line. Clark, Simmons , Wheeler, Mankins, Miller, Wilson

Thank you for any help
Scott Elam wrote on November 12, 2017 at 1:02 am:
My mother is a Caldwell. Her father was Harvey Caldwell. His parents were Frank Caldwell and Ella Lewina Doshier.
Melissa Kershaw wrote on November 1, 2017 at 10:33 pm:
Hi, Having a look for my Caldwell relations, I can only trace them back to William and Ann nee Holmes about 1760 who had my great great great grandfather William in 1784
Pamela Caldwell wrote on October 28, 2017 at 10:57 pm:
Father (whom I have never met) was Winfred Caldwell of WV. Mother was Shirley Sicard of Florence, MA.
Deirdre Muckle wrote on October 20, 2017 at 9:42 pm:
I am a descendant of the Caldwell\'s of lisnafin co tyrone n Ireland. Does anyone know where they came from before arriving in lisnafin, near newtownstewart. I live in lisnafin on the old Caldwell farm with the old house round the corner. Thanks. Dee
Kaitlyn Eve Cook wrote on October 10, 2017 at 4:21 pm:
My grandmother is Bettie Jane Caldwell, and her mother was a Fraser. I have heard many oral histories of the Caldwell\'s through her; one being that our ancestors fled Marseille to Scotland in the 12th or 13th century, and then our Caldwell family moved again from Scotland to Ireland, from whence they came to the United States. My grandmother was raised in the mountains between North Carolina and Tennessee.
Seamus Delaney wrote on October 9, 2017 at 9:13 pm:
Tam O\'Shanter its a poem written by Robert Burns about a fellow, Tam, who drank with
his mates in taverns in Ayr, Scotland. There must been Caldwells among that group !
Taylor James Caldwell wrote on October 8, 2017 at 11:45 pm:
I have years of research tracing my lineage centuries that I would like to provide. Who should I get in contact with to share this information?

Sincerely,
TJCaldwell
Karen Kane wrote on October 2, 2017 at 12:00 pm:
I am helping the registrar of our New York City Chapter of the DAR to complete an application for membership. The weak link seems to be the documentation between Gen 6 to Gen 7. Gen 6 is John Franklin Caldwell, the son of Levi Caldwell born 23 October 1822 at Portage Ohio who married Louisa Curtis.Gen 7 is Levi Caldwell the child of John Caldwell born 1801 at Westmoreland PA who married Barbara Simon. We also need a better image of the grave of John Thomas Caldwell Born 1774 in Westmoreland County PA and Died in 1847 in Prtage County Ohio. Thanks so much for any help.
Cecilia Siekierska wrote on September 26, 2017 at 3:42 pm:
I do not have a website. I have put my family tree in Ancestry.com and my Heritage. I also see a name who I believe to be my cousin, Plunkett Caldwell. Plunkett is her married name and Caldwell is her Mothers name as it is my mothers name also.
Barb wrote on September 26, 2017 at 12:52 am:
Hi
I am Caldwell. My grandmother is Mary Gertrude Caldwell; her father was Christopher Caldwell married Florence McJanet. They lived in Quebec then Quill Lake, Sask. I think. Christopher Caldwell\'s dad was James Caldwell. My DNA shows Irish blood. I wonder if they originated from Scotland way back. I heard from Grandmother about the caldwell castle in Ireland. I hope to go there one day! My grandmother\'s brothers all served in the war. Clarence Caldwell died in the war and is buried in Europe.
Joe Crouch wrote on August 30, 2017 at 9:16 pm:
John Rogers 1825 letter states that his mother Margaret Caldwell 1st married William Rogers and after he died in October 1750 she married my ancestor James Mitchell with whom she had 5 children. The marriage to James Mitchell was probably 1751 with a first child born in 1752. If Margaret Caldwell was born in 1712, then she would have turned 45 in 1747 and would have had a significant decrease in conception due to menopause. Having 5 Mitchell children between 1752 and and 1757 calculates to a child born every 15 months.

A WikiPedia web page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Age_and_female_fertility ) shows the decline in female fertility over time and by age 45 it\'s down to 3%. I really question the 1712 birth year for Margaret Caldwell who married William Rogers 1st and James Mitchell 2nd.
Donald Lentz wrote on August 26, 2017 at 9:52 pm:
Hello I just came across this website and wanted to leave the comment on how interesting all the information is.. I am the grandson of Donald P. Caldwell. I\'m not sure if this is the same Caldwell Family or not, but regardless to say its still an interesting read. If it is the same family I hope to hear from you and gain more information.
Jenny wrote on August 26, 2017 at 8:31 pm:
I dont believe I have commented here before but I will now. I see that you have failed to include the fact that David Caldwell- my 7th Great Grandfather- was a slave owner. He was a prominent man with what would have been considered wealth and like so many \"good reverends\" he used human beings to attain his riches. Why not state the facts? I am personally not proud of these grandparents of mine- David & Rachel .