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Sarah Caulk (1841 - d.)

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Mary Caulk (1804 - d.)

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John Caulk (1833 - d.)

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Martha Caulk (1832 - d.)

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James Caulk (1830 - 1833)

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Jacob Caulk (1802 - d.)

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Albert Caulk, PVT, USA, Prisoner of war (1837 - 1864)

Died Unmarried

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Jacob Caulk (b. - 1787)

See attached "Bounty Land Document"

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William Caulk (1806 - d.)

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Elizabeth Caulk (1803 - d.)

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Jacob Caulk (1800 - d.)

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Martha Caulk (1795 - d.)

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Jacob Caulk, Private, Army of Delaware (1755 - c.1840)

Fought in Revolutionary War . Was in the battles of Monmouth Camden Cowpens Guilford Eutaw Springs Wounded at both Guilford and Eutaw Springs

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Margaret Caulk (1790 - 1840)

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Unknown Caulk MP (deceased)

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Nancy Baxter MP (1776 - 1865)

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Sarah Elizabeth Calk (1744 - 1826)

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Peter Caulk MP (deceased)

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Judith Caulk (deceased)

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William Caulk (1740 - 1823)

James and William were HALF brothers "William Calk was born on 7 March 1740 at Prince William County, Virginia; May have been in Delaware or Maryland. He married Sarah Elizabeth Catlett, daughter of ...

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James Calk (1729 - d.)

James and William were HALF brothers

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Judith Calk MP (deceased)

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William Caulk MP (1723 - d.)

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Elizabeth Caulk MP (1716 - d.)

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Mary Freeman MP (deceased)

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Sarah Caulk (deceased)

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James Calk MP (1700 - 1776)

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Sarah Caulk (deceased)

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James Caulk MP (1718 - 1782)

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Alice Collinson MP (1716 - d.)

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Edward Collison (c.1716 - d.)

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Sarah Caulk MP (1714 - d.)

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Bartholomew Roberts (c.1714 - d.)

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Francis Caulk MP (1722 - 1745)

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Charles Cartwright Caulk MP (1723 - 1742)

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Peter Caulk MP (deceased)

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Elizabeth Caulk MP (deceased)

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John Caulk MP (deceased)

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Mary Caulk (deceased)

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Lawrence Caulk MP (1709 - 1772)

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John Caulk MP (1704 - 1728)

Died Unmarried

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Daniel Caulk MP (deceased)

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Dawson Caulk MP (deceased)

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Henry Caulk MP (b. - 1776)

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John Caulk MP (deceased)

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Mary Caulk MP (deceased)

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Mary Caulk (deceased)

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Mary Caulk (1698 - d.)

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Sarah Cartwright (b. - 1738)

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Jacob Caulk MP (1702 - 1758)

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John Kennard MP (deceased)

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Sarah Caulk MP (1699 - d.)

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George Wilson (c.1696 - d.)

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Mary Caulk MP (1696 - d.)

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Mary Caulk MP (deceased)

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Richard Caulk (deceased)

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Benjamin Caulk (deceased)

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Jacob Caulk (1755 - 1807)

My father is A William Caulk, but the one I am attached to as my father may or may not be the correct one Revolutionary War Soldier Jacob Caulk1 was born in 1755 in New Castle, DE, USA.4 He died af...

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Unknown Caulk (deceased)

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William Caulk (c.1738 - d.)

The birth date was est based on the assumption that Jacob Caulk was his (correct) son

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Jacob Caulk (deceased)

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Isaac Caulk MP (deceased)

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Oliver Caulk MP (deceased)

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John Caulk MP (1732 - 1794)

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Temperance Caulk MP (deceased)

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Isaac Caulk MP (c.1693 - 1748)

Isaac Caulk, born c. 1693, married Temperance (surname unknown) and died at "World's End" in the winter of 1748/9. They had nine children: John, Isaac, William, Oliver, Jacob, Benjamin, Richard, Ma...

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Oliver Caulk (deceased)

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Isaac Caulk MP (deceased)

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Mary Caulk MP (deceased)

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Phoebe Brown MP (deceased)

A Quaker

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Oliver Caulk MP (1692 - 1781)

Oliver Caulk, baptized in Cecil County on 30 September 1692, was past 60 before he married Phoebe Brown, a Quaker, in 1752. He died at "World's End" 22 December 1781, survived by three children: Ma...

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Mary Finch (deceased)

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Francis Finch (deceased)

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Mary Caulk MP (b. - 1740)

married , Jacob Caulk before 1691, Mary Finch, an English woman, daughter of Francis and Mary Finch of Kent County, Maryland. Mary then married Daniel Pearce of Kent County

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James Calk MP (1662 - 1706)

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Jacob Calk MP (1664 - 1724)

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Peter Caulk MP (1660 - 1727)

Peter Caulk, the second son, moved south to Talbot County to earn his livelihood, acquiring part of "Lostock" in 1706. A successful planter, he died there c. 1727. The name of his first wife, who d...

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Isaac Caulk MP (1658 - 1702)

Isaac Caulk, the eldest son, inherited the "World's End" plantation on the north side of the Sassafras River. He married, before 1691, Mary Finch, an English woman, daughter of Francis and Mary Fin...

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Anna Calk MP (deceased)

Among the children of Oliver (Olle Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå) Caulk and his wife Anna were four sons: Isaac, Peter, James and Jacob. It is likely that they also had daughters, but their names are...

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Olle Matthiasson // Olof Isgrå // Oliver Calk // Oliver Caulk MP (c.1638 - 1685)

Ships name Eagle (Örnen) Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias Oliver Caulk and his Caulk/Calk Descendants by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig Fellow, American Society of Genealogis...

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