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CALDECOTT John Alexander b1835 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo 1924.png

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\f0\fs24 \cf0 RUGBY OFFICER\'92S DEATH.\
The death has taken place at Long Lawford, Rugby, of Captain John Alexander Caldecott, late of the 38th and 35th Regiments. Born on December 10, 1835, deceased was the second son of Mr. Charles Marriott Caldecott, J.P., D.L., of Holbrook Grange, Rugby, a former High Sheriff of Warwickshire. The Caldecott family were settled in Rutland more than three centuries ago. Mr. Thomas Caldecott holding the position of High Sheriff in 1515 and 1525. His grandson held a similar position in Leicestershire in 1664 and 1665. Mr. Abraham Caldecott, in 1801, purchased the Manor of Rugby, was High Sheriff of Warwickshire in 1821, and married a daughter of the Rev. Dr. Marriott, of Cotesbach, near Lutterworth.}


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