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Re: Captain Teague CSA
Posted by: James E. (Jim) Campbell Date: September 14, 2000 at 16:23:39
In Reply to: Captain Teague CSA by Tim Barker of 1076

Sorry, but the information about Captain Teague is new to me. However, the three men "murdered" by him were George and Henry Grooms and Mitchell Coldwell. Family tradition has it that Mitchell was the brother-in-law of Henry Grooms. In my research into the Caldwell/Coldwell family line I found that Mitchell was most likely the son of Henry Elzy Caldwell, and Henry Elzy was a brother to Eliza Louisa Caldwell, the wife of Henry. This would make Mitchell the nephew of Henry's wife. If you would like to explore this further, please contact me directly. (And thanks for the info about Captain Teague - I will keep my eye out for information about him.)

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