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James Caldwell and Mary Wilson, Buckskin Twp.
Posted by: Pam Wagner Date: March 06, 2002 at 13:40:32
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I am looking for any information about James Caldwell, one of six siblings from Ireland who settled in the area between Bainbridge and Greenfield, OH. There is a James Caldwell mentioned in the local histories as one of the first teachers in Ross Co. He married Mary(Polly) Wilson and together they had nine children, two of whom are mentioned in the histories: John G. Caldwell and W.W. Caldwell(of Greenfield). There was a W. W. Caldwell who was president of a bank(Caldwell & Miller's EXchange in Greenfield) and also one of the leaders of the Temperance Movement in the County. A bio of the Wilson family includes the information that John H. "Clark" Wilson had a sister named Ellen who married Henry Taylor and their daughter married Granville Caldwell and became the "mother of missionaries", the Rev. Milton Caldwell and Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Williams.
I would appreciate hearing from anyone with information about these families. Thank you for your help.

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