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CALDECOTT Cecil Leonard b1899 Page 18.jpg
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CALDECOTT Cecil Leonard.jpg
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CALDECOTT Charles B b1873.jpg
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CALDECOTT Charles B b1900.jpg
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CALDECOTT Charles b1756.jpg
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CALDECOTT Charles L b1875.jpg
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CALDECOTT Charles Marriott & SMITH Margaret.png
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CALDECOTT Charles Marriott b1807.jpg
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BURIALS in the Parish of Newbold-on-Avon\
in the County of Warwick in the Year 1883\
Name. - Charles Marriott Caldecott\
No. - 725\
Abode. - Holbrook Little Lawford\
When buried. - Dec 5th 1883\
Age. - 76\
By whom the Ceremony was performed. - David Wandhope Rector of Church Lawford & Edward Rochford Curate} 
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CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1831 - Army List.jpg
CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1831 - Army List.jpg
 
 
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CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1831 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 1911.png
CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1831 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 1911.png
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 The death is announced of Colonel Charles Thomas Caldecott, D.L., at the age of 79. He retired from the command of the 76th Foot (2nd Battalion Duke of Wellington\'92s West Riding Regiment) when the corps came to Sheffield some 30 years ago. He served with the battalion in India, and got his first commission in 1851, became lieutenant in 1854, captain 1860, major 1872, lieutenant-colonel 1877, and colonel 1879.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1832 - Family Crest.png
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CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1832.jpg
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 CALDECOTT Charles Thomas of Holbrook Grange Warwickshire died 1 May 1911 at 2 Whitehall Court Middlesex Probate London 1 June to Eleanor Caldecott and Merriel Caldecott spinsters and George Wharton Marriott esquire. Effects \'a338351 2s. 4d.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1911 - Army and Navy Gazette 1911.png
CALDECOTT Charles Thomas b1911 - Army and Navy Gazette 1911.png
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 ARMY.\
Col. Charles Thomas Caldecott, retired pay, late 76th Regiment, of Holbrook Grange, Rugby, died on the 1st inst. at Whitehall Court, S. W., aged 79.\
Col. Caldecott obtained his commission as Ensign in the 76th Regiment April 4, 1851, and was promoted to Lieutenant Aug. 11, 1854, and to Captain March 1, 1860. He became Major May 9, 1872; Lieutenant-Colonel Nov. 10 1877; and retired with the hon. rank of Colonel Nov. 1, 1879. Col. Caldecott, who was the elder brother of Major-Gen. F. J. Caldecott, C.B., was a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Clement Guest & SCOTT Frances Eleanor.jpg
CALDECOTT Clement Guest & SCOTT Frances Eleanor.jpg
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1895, marriage solemnised at St Paul\'92s Onslow Square in the Parish of St Paul\'92s South Kensington in the County of London\
No. - 34\
When Married. - July 16th 1895\
Name and Surname. - Clement Guest Caldecott\
Frances Eleanor Scott\
Age. - 35\
36\
Condition. - Bachelor\
Spinster\
Rank or Profession. - Pharmaceutical Chemist\
Residence at the time of Marriage. - Greenfields Wrexham\
4 Neville Terrace\
Father\'92s Name and Surname. - John Caldecott (Deceased)\
Samuel Scott (Deceased)\
Rank or Profession of Father. - Chartered Accountant\
Paper Manufacturer\
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by or after banns by me, Alfred Caldecott B.P. Dean of St John\'92s College Cambridge Professor of ?, Kings College, ? Officiating Minister\
This marriage was solemnised between us, Clement Guest Caldecott\
Frances Eleanor Scott\
In the presence of us, J. E. Green\
Walter S. Scott} 
 
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CALDECOTT Clement Guest b1860 - Cheshire Observer 1882.png
CALDECOTT Clement Guest b1860 - Cheshire Observer 1882.png
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 CHEMISTRY - Mr. Clement Guest Caldecott, son of the late Mr. John Caldecott, of this city, has successfully passed the major examination as pharmaceutical chemist. At the South London College of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Mr. Caldecott also gained two medals for chemistry and botany respectively.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Clement Guest b1860 - Wrexham Advertiser 1894.png
CALDECOTT Clement Guest b1860 - Wrexham Advertiser 1894.png
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 DEATH FROM MISADVENTURE AT WREXHAM. TAKING A DEADLY DRUG The inquest into the circumstances of the death of John Edward Williams, tailor, which took place at his lodgings. 8, Meifod-place, on Friday, as reported in one of our later editions on Friday, was held on Saturday morning, at the Fairfield Tavern. Mr W. Wynn Fvans, coroner for East Denbigh- shire, presided, and the foreman of the jury was Mr Nathaniel Davidson. The Coroner, in opening the proceedings, said deceased was a tailor, employed by Mr A. Rhys Jones, Hope-street, and on the previous day was found dead in his bedroom, having by his side a bottle containing a solution of cyanide of potassium. Taylor, in his " Medical Jurisprudence," described the drug as having a fatal dose of five grains, and death followed in a few minutes, which sometimes were extended to fifteen. It was a deadly drug, and the post-mortem effects were clearly marked in the case of the deceased. The first witness was Elizabeth Lloyd, 8, Meifod- terrace, who said she was a widow. Deceased had lodged with her for the last three months. He was a tailor, and was engaged at Mr Rhys Jones's. He came to Wrexham from Chester. She was not aware whether he had any relatives, nor whether he was married or not. She knew nothing about him, but had heard him say that he was thirty-seven years of age last August. During the time he had been with her he was quiet, but occasionally took drink. She did not think deceased intended to commit suicide, because when a suicide was spoken of or read about he always said it was due to the weak-mindedness of people. Deceased was not unhappy or complaining, but he was ill after a bout of drinking. On Friday morning he got up about eight o'clock, and had some tea. A man came from the shop for him, and he went there. When he returned, which was about 11.30, he said he was going to take a drug to steady his nerve, because he was going to do some work for a particular customer. He had the drug in paper. He broke it up with a flat iron, and witness thought it was ammonia. He then put the powdered substance into a bottle. He then went to his room and asked witness to call him at 12.30. At the time named ahe called at the foot of the stairs, but received no answer, and on going into the room noticed that his hands appeared strange. She then called in Mra Petera, a neighbour who pronounced him to be dead. Witness then sent for Dr. Parry-Jones. She heard no noise in the bedroom. It was her opinion that deceased did not intend to take away his life. By the Foreman: She had never seen deceased take any drug before. By a Juror : Deceased had had drink on Saturday, and told her that if he got all right over the effects of it, he would never touch it again. In reply to the Coroner, Dr. Parry Jones said cyanide of potassium was rarely prescribed, and then only in doses of one-sixteenth of a grain. William Wynne, a tailor employed by Mr Rhys Jones, said deceased had been lodging with Mrs Lloyd since April Ist. He came from Johnson's of Chester, and appeared to have travelled about a great deal. He was a native of Liverpool, but had left there many years ago. Deceased advised him, as he was master tailor to the Volunteers, to use cyanide for the gold lace. He a_o told him that it was a good thing to take after a spree. He said, "It kills the drink at once, but you must be very careful, for it is a deadlv poison." Mr "Hugh Rowlands, chemist. Bridge-street, said deceased came into his shop on Friday morning, and asked for some cyanide of potassium. Witness said he had not got any. Deceased said that he had. Witness replied that if he had he would not let him have it unless he knew him. Dr. Parry-Jones said he was called in to see the deceased shortly after two o'clock. When he got to the house he found the man was dead. He noticed the bottle (produced) on a chair by the bedside. He saw some of the cyanide undissolved in the bottle, and at first thought it was bromide of potassium, and that deceased had had a fit, but on taking out the cork he at once detected the smell of prussic acid. Witness took some of the drug home and tested it with nitrate of silver ?? iron, which gave the results expected from cyanide, and he had not the slightest doubt that death was due to that poison. Mr Clement Caldecott, manager to Mr J. F. Edisbury, said on Friday morning he served deceased with half an ounce of cyanide of potassium. He knew him by sight to be a tailor, and sold it him for cleaning gold braid. Deceased signed the book in the regular way. If witness had not known him, which he did by having seen him near Mr Rhys Jones's shop frequently, he would not have let him have it. Sergeant Wyse and P.C. Matthews having given formal evidence, the Coroner summed up. The jury at once returned a verdict of " Death by misadventure."} 
 
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CALDECOTT Clement Guest b1860.jpg
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 CALDECOTT Clement Guest of 48 Gerald-street Wrexham Denbighshire died 18 March 1935 at Croesnewdydd Hospital Wrexham Administration Chester 16 April to Eleanor St. George Caldecott spinster. Effects \'a3332 15s. 7d.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Clifford b1902.jpg
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CALDECOTT Constance Guest b1863.jpg
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\f0\fs24 \cf0 CALDECOTT Constance Guest of Richmond-villa Northdown Margate spinster died 14 November 1926 at Ramsgate Hospital Ramsgate Probate Nottingham 18 January to John Davies gentleman and John Edward Alcock solicitor. Effects \'a31425 13s. 6d.} 
 
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CALDECOTT Doris Irene b1904 - Photo 1.png
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CALDECOTT Edith E b1886.jpg
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CALDECOTT Edward.jpg
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CALDECOTT Edwin S b1904.jpg
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CALDECOTT Eileen C b1896.jpg
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CALDECOTT Eleanor St George & MATSON Robert C.jpg
CALDECOTT Eleanor St George & MATSON Robert C.jpg
 
 
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CALDECOTT Eleanor St. George & WOOD Robert B.jpg
CALDECOTT Eleanor St. George & WOOD Robert B.jpg
 
 

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