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Monday, December 28, 2009

Caldwell, James 1734-1781

The Reverend James Caldwell (April 1734 – November 24, 1781) was a clergyman who played a prominent part in the American Revolution.

Biographical Sketch and Photo of Grave Marker: Find A Grave

Annals of the American Pulpit, Volume 3 - 1860 (see page 222)

A Revolutionary Hero, James Caldwell by Harry Pringle Ford (1856-1937) Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. Vol. 6 (1911-1912) - See page 260

The Women of the American Revolution, Volume 2 by Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1856 (1818-1877) (see page 106 for entry on Hannah Caldwell)

An Address Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth-town, N. J. November 24, 1845 on the Dedication of a Monument Erected to the Memory of the Rev. James Caldwell, formerly Pastor of the Said Church, Who Fell by the Hand of an Assassin, November 24, 1781 by Samuel Miller (1769-1850)

From "The Life of Samuel Miller"

Reverend James Caldwell, patriot, 1734-1781 (1976) by Norman F. Brydon

Caldwell and the Revolution : a historical sketch of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabeth, prior to and during the War of the Revolution : being a discourse delivered on Sunday, January 25th, 1880 1880 - Kempshall, Everard, 1830-1904

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