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Joseph Stewart
RE: Mildred McDonald Newman
My pleasure. Glad to do it. I had some great help from a lady at the cemetery office.
Added by Joseph Stewart on Oct 04, 2015 7:59 AM
RE: Samuel Caldwell
Nothing on the map. The church which started the graveyard was not established until 1834 and the grave site did not exist for a few years. I have copies of pages from the cemetery books, very hard to read, so faded, but basing my quick look is: an article in the Clearfield Progress when church was celebrating their establishment.
Clearfield Progress, May 9, 1972, by Jean Natoli, Progress Staff Writer

"It all began at Centre in Clearfield R. D. on September 29, 1834, when a church was constructed on land donated by Philip Antes, Sr., great-great-grandfather of the late A. W. Lee Jr., and Mrs. Lillie Lee Moore."

The church land was backed by land owned by the Bailey, Lawhead and Hoyt families. Every good source of history of the Caldwells has that Samuel buried in Lancaster. But searching in Lancaster has too many unmarked graves. If you have any questions abt burials or history of that area I would be glad to try to help. Ev
Added by Claire on Sep 26, 2015 3:07 PM
RE: Samuel Caldwell
Many unmarked graves but, I am the PR person for the cemetery & was referring to many original records. Referenced also the 80 some page reference material on Hugh & Jane Boyd Caldwell, from the Clearfield HistSoc. I have a map with all the owners & burials recorded so we know where people are buried. I will check the map again, also the burials in Martic, Lancaster county. Some people buried there where originally buried on family farm but moved when cemetery opened. One of my Lawhead ancestors was moved from the farm to Centre Cem.
Added by Claire on Sep 25, 2015 7:16 AM
Samuel Caldwell
We of Centre Cemetery do not have a record of Samuel being buried in Centre Cem. Our record shows him dying in 1785 in Martic Township, Lancaster County, PA.
Claire Lawhead
Added by Claire on Sep 24, 2015 1:55 PM
Saw Blade
Thanks so much for the transfers!
Added by Saw Blade on Sep 24, 2015 6:50 AM
Transfer of Charles Caldwell
Hi! Sending info back to you so you can connect the parents and make other necessary changes. Thanks for adopting him! We are always thrilled to find relatives & friends of these loved ones!


Charles Creed Caldwell, Dec 22, 1910 in Goodmans, Harris, Ga, d) Apr 23, 1998 in Pisgah Forest, Transylvania, Nc.

Father, 42419211
Mother, 42419289

Added by PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & ... on Sep 21, 2015 5:32 PM

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