Thomas Caldecott b1743 – Rare Book Collector and Shakespearian Scholar – The Worthies of Warwickshire – Frederick Leigh Colvile
Born at Rugby in 1743, was the only son of William Caldecott * of that place, by his first wife. He was educated at Rugby and Winchester Schools, and at New College, Oxford, where graduated B.C.L. in 1770. He was for many years an eminent Counsel on the Oxford circuit, Attorney General of Chester, and […] Continue reading
Captain Alexander William Bradfield Caldecott had the beginning of a prestigious military career, serving in India. Sadly, it was tragically cut short at the age of 29 in the most dramatic way. Here is his story. Alexander William Bradfield Caldecott was born in either Jul or Aug 1837 in Bradfield, Berkshire to Charles Marriott Caldecott, […] Continue reading103rd foot regiment, 93rd highlanders, abraham caldecott, alexander william bradfield caldecott, bengal tiger, bradfield berkshire, charles marriott caldecott, charles thomas caldecott, duchess of cambridge, east india company, india, indian mutiny, indian mutiny medal, indian tiger, john alexander caldecott, kate middleton, lieutenant hare, lieutenant neill, manor of rugby, margaret smith, pippa matthews, pippa middleton, royal bombay fusiliers, st andrew’s church bradfield, st botolphs church newbold on avon, supree
The story of Frederick Caldicott is one full of loss and separation, ultimately leading to a tragic end. Frederick Caldicott was the eldest son of Joseph Caldicott and Caroline Connop in 1841 in Coventry. He was the younger brother of Joseph and Caroline’s two daughters, Emma and Caroline. He grew up to become a printer, […] Continue reading1939 Register, Ada Caroline Caldicott, Arthur Woodman, Caroline Caldicott, Caroline Connop, City Magistrate, Congregational Minister, Coventry, Cross Cheaping, David Barnett, Doris Ada Caldicott, Elizabeth Turner, Emma Caldicott, Ethel Elizabeth Holmes, Frederick Caldicott, Frederick Connop Caldicott, Frederick Walter Caldicott, George Caldicott, Hannah Poeton, Harriet Biggs, Harriett Amelia Caldicott, Hatter and hosier, Hatton Lunatic Asylum, Henry Edmund Caldicott, Hilda Maud Barnett, HMS Wildfire, Ida Bertha Warden, James Percy Caldicott, Joseph Caldicott, Kenneth Edmund Caldicott, Lewis Arthur Samuel Woodman, Maude Elizabeth Caldicott, Maurice George Dadley, News Agent, Phyllis Woodman, Printer, Ribbon weaver, Royal Navy, Saint Andrews Hospital Northampton, Sarah Burbery, Semper Fidelis Freemasons Lodge, Stationer, Stoneleigh Freemason Lodge, Thomas Caldicott, William Caldicott, Winifred Maud Dadley
Born in Birmingham, Alfred Millwater Caldicott grew up in the industrial Midlands of England, but sought out a new life in paradise. Although his adventures were tragically cut short, his legacy lives on in Australia which he made as his new home. Alfred Millwater Caldicott was born on 22 October 1827 in Birmingham to printer, […] Continue readingalfred buchanan caldicott, Alfred Jolly Caldicott, alfred millwater caldicott, birmingham cathedral, boroondara cemetery, captain alexander young, doncaster melbourne victoria australia, ellen buchanan caldicott, ellen caldicott, fiji cotton boom, footscray victoria australia, glenfern, gwyneth louise caldecott, harold edward caldecott, harold edward caldicott, harold leonard caldecott, Henry Caldicott, john henry caldicott, John William Caldicott, louisa gunst, margaret allcroft caldicott, margaret allcroft james, margaret jane buchanan, martha allcroft, mauritius, omagh ireland, presbyterian chalmers church, quebec, roy gunst caldecott, Sarah Elizabeth Caldicott, south australian provincial government, st philip’s church birmingham, victorian immigration department
Thomas Weaver Caldicott started off his life with humble beginnings shrouded in humiliation and scandal and yet through his tenacity, spirit of adventure and moral upstanding he turned his life around… on the other side of the world! Thomas Weaver Caldicott was born to Sarah Caldicott in 1854 in Kingsland, Herefordshire and he was baptised […] Continue readingalice jane caldicott, Charles Caldicott, charlotte elizabeth caldicott, Edward Caldicott, eyton, foxwood, george henry caldicott, george weaver, grasstree creek, isabella caldicott, isabella mcgowan, james george caldicott, John Caldicott, leyburn queensland, logan, Mary Ann Caldicott, mary smith, milmerran, moreton bay queensland, palmer gold diggings, pittsworth sentinel, rachel sarah caldicott, rodney george weaver caldicott, Sarah Caldicott, sarah lowe, stock bluff downs station, Thomas Caldicott, thomas weaver caldicott, toowoomba, William Caldicott, yandilla station, young australia
Cecil Leonard Caldicott paid the ultimate price for his country. He served in both World Wars and suffered greatly. Here’s his story. Cecil Leonard Caldicott was born on 26th May 1899 at Mount Bryan East, South Australia to John Oswald Caldicott (otherwise known as Jack) and Susan Sophia Dunstan. He was the great-grandson of Alfred […] Continue readingalbert caldicott, Alfred Jolly Caldicott, arthur blackburn, Batavia pow camp, black force, bowden and son, cecil leonard caldicott, doris irene caldicott, eva isabel caldicott, ivy rita may caldicott, john keith monash caldicott, john oswald caldicott, john oswald caldicott jnr, olive kathleen haeusler, oswald lance caldicott, smelters, solomontown methodist church, susan sophia dunstan, susan sophia williams caldicott, sydney erle caldicott
John Alexander Caldecott was an interesting character whose descriptions and actions portray a complex man who had a distinguished army career, but it was conflict within his family which shrouded his later life. John Alexander Caldecott was born on the 10 December 1835 to Charles Marriott Caldecott and Margaret Smith and was the grandson of Abraham Caldecott, […] Continue reading38th foot regiment, abraham caldecott, allesley boughton-leigh, bradfield college, caroline selina caldecott, cawnpore india, charles hutchins garratt, charles marriott caldecott, charles thomas caldecott, crimean war, eleanor caldecott, elizabeth marriott, everard garfoot caldecott, francis james caldecott, holbrook grange, indian mutiny, john alexander caldecott, little lawford, long lawford, lucknow, margaret elizabeth caldecott, margaret smith, merriel caldecott, randolph caldecott, rugby police court, sidney arthur caldecott, sophia catherine caldecott, st botolphs church newbold on avon
Descended from Thomas Calcott of Berkshire, Abraham Caldecott was born into an esteemed family of Rugby. He was notable for his influence in Rugby School, for his civil service and, later in his role as a magistrate. He was born to William Caldecott of Catthorpe and Anna Deacon in about 1763 and was the youngest […] Continue reading28 pleasant place liverpool, abraham caldecott, abraham hume, ann catherine west, anna deacon, anna houghton, bilton grange, brasenose college oxford, caldecott park rugby, caroline caldecott, caroline seliina caldecott, catthorpe, celia heggs, charles marriott caldecott, charles thomas caldecott, claybrook with wibtoft leicestershire, cotesbach church, dr robert marriott rector of cotesbach, dudleston shropshire, e. pretty, east india company, eleanor caldecott, elizabeth caldecott, elizabeth marriott, elizabeth mary stewart, elizabeth smith, ellen caldecott, emily caldecott, emperor of hindostan, everard garfoot caldecott, francis james caldecott, henry caldecott, henry clarke, high sheriff of warwick, holbrook grange, john alexander caldecott, john hume, john marriott caldecott, laura caldecott, little lawford, lucy caldecott, manor of rugby, margaret elizabeth caldecott, meads eastbourne east sussex, merriel caldecott, newbold upon avon, old bailey, oriel college oxford, randoph caldecott, robert marriott caldecott, rugby, rugby school, sidney arthur caldecott, sophia catherine caldecott, st alphege’s church greenwich, st andrew’s church rugby, st john the evangelist croydon, stanley burrough, the life of baber, the lodge rugby, thomas calcott of berkshire, thomas caldecott, torquay devon, William Caldecott, william houghton, william marriott caldecott
Clement Guest Caldecott – 1869 – 1935 – Half-brother of Randolph Caldecott and Pharmaceutical Chemist
Clement Guest Caldecott was born in 1860 in Chester, Cheshire. He was the third child of John Caldecott, accountant of Chester, and his second wife, Maria Guest and twin to Florence Guest Caldecott. John Caldecott first married Mary Dinah Brookes on 27 Sep 1842 and the couple had seven children – John George, William Brookes, […] Continue reading48 gerald street wrexham, alfred caldecott, clement guest caldecott, eleanor st george caldecott, elizabeth caldecott, florence guest caldecott, frances eleanor scott, John Caldecott, john edward williams, john george caldecott, john shone, josiah guest caldecott, maria caldecott, maria guest, mary dinah brookes, randolph caldecott, robert b wood, robert c matson, samuel scott, sophia caldecott, south london of chemistry and pharmacy, st pauls church onslow square kensington, william brookes caldecott, wrexham denibighshire
Alfred Caldecott – 1850 – 1936 – Famous Philosopher and Brother of Randolph Caldecott, Famous Artist
There is much information written about the life and works of Alfred Caldecott and rightly deserved as tribute to the life of this highly accomplished philosopher and author. As this website is based around my One-Name Study which is largely based on genealogical research, I will base this mini-biography of Alfred Caldecott mainly on the […] Continue readingaesop’s fables, amelia guest caldecott, amy louisa arnold, charles maddock arnold, clement guest caldecott, constance guest caldecott, crook street great boughton, elizabeth caldecott, elizabeth garrett anderson, ely cambridgeshire, florence guest caldecott, grosvenor hotel great malvern, harold caldecott, John Caldecott, john george caldecott, john randolph anthony, josiah guest caldecott, king henry VIII’s school chester, lichfield cathedral, london university, louisa garrett anderson, maria caldecott, maria guest, mary dinah brookes, palmerstone house southsea, randolph caldecott, sophia caldecott, st james church croydon, st john’s college cambridge, william brookes caldecott
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- Thomas Caldecott b1743 – Rare Book Collector and Shakespearian Scholar – The Worthies of Warwickshire – Frederick Leigh Colvile
- Caldecotts of Rugby – More Writings by Albert Edward Treen
- Caldecotts of Rugby – Extract from History and Antiquities of Rugby by Albert Edward Treen
- Transcription of Will of John Caldecot, Gentleman of Bickley, Cheshire, Who Died 1785
- Transcription of Will of John Caldecott 1726 – 1779 of Edge, Cheshire
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