|Michael Bell (#46911790)|
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|Patrick Whitney||RE: Hello|
It has been a little while... I have transferred the memorials, as you have requested. I never have a problem with such requests, so if I have any more, just holler at me!
|Lisa Moore||RE: Grave photo|
You are very welcome Michael. So sorry we couldn't locate William Caldwell for you.
|Blanch Flanigan||Roy Caldwell|
Yes I will transfer Roy over to you. Family should always be with family.
|Linda Brewster||Morris transfer|
Michael - thank you so much for transferring Sherman Gilbert Morris, Sr's memorial to me. I really appreciate it.
I transferred you a memorial because you had created and manage his family. I hope you don't mind. I like to manage memorials related to myself.
Added by K on Jun 08, 2013 2:15 PM
|Julie Coley||RE: Jennie Ford Caldwell|
It's been added!
Another for ya
Added by ProgBase on Jun 05, 2013 2:31 PM
|Joe Patterson||Dehaven Caldewell marriages|
marriage of Train Calwell 1778 to first wife.
From a DeHaven researcher of this line.
Sam Dehaven I's daughter Sarah also known as Sally married Judge Train Caldwell when she was 16 and he was around 40. He was a widower who had been married to a Wilburn - I think Elizabeth Wilburn of NC and the Caldwells had come to IN from NC.
You continue to show Elizabeth DeHaven. There is no one by that name in this area before 1820.
Samuel Dehaven's daughter Elizabeth was born 1814 and married William Cecil.
Hope this clears up your error.
I went to the Cemetery at Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church to look for the Caldwells you have listed as being there. I was only able to find one Caldwell Grave in the entire cemetery. That is the grave of Wade Caldwell. Could you be so kind as to tell me where you got the information that they are there? Perhaps we can work together and find where they are.
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