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Calohill Minnus Caldwell
Posted by: Sandra Crittenden (ID *****0932) Date: November 04, 2007 at 08:18:29
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C. M. Caldwell received a pension Jan 1888 of $8.00 for his service in the Mexican War. Family history noted he was with Fremont. Calohill and his brother Arthur Caldwell,it is assumed, both joined from MO possibly Jackson Co. Family history also notes that Calohill was back in Mo by 1848 when he was married.
Any information to additional information or source material will be appreciated.
Sandy


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