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and attorney-at-law, Toronto,

was born 23rd November,

18J3, at Westbromwich, Eng. His
father was Richard Caddick, coal master
and corn merchant there. He was
married February 13th, 1869, to Eliza-
beth, daughter of Win. Howe, Norfolk,
Eng. Mr. Caddick was educated at
Mackworth College, Derbyshire, and
Sheffield Wesleyan College, Eng. In
1859 he began study of law with his
uncle, Elisha Caddick, of Westbrom-
wich, and afterwards studied with the
great Joshua Williams in London, and
was admitted as a member of the Law

Society of England in 1856. He was commissioner and guardian of the poor of the Union in his native town, and for years carried on a large practice. In 1868, on account of ill-heath, he came to Canada, and in 1870 entered the law office of Blake, Kerr & Cassels, Toronto, and was admitted to practice in 1872. Mr. Caddick is a member of the Methodist Church, and takes an active part in denominational matters, having filled many important offices. He has been for many years an indefatigable worker in the Sons of England Benevolent Society, and was elected in 1879 Supreme Grand President.


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