|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Full name||Captain David Alexander CADDOCK|
|Relevance of this person||Church Army officer and lantern lecturer |
|Main period of activity||1900s|
In the 1901 Census he is in the village of Whorlton, Northumberland, his address being given as 'Army Church Van' (sic), adjacent to the vicarage in the Census form. His status in the 'household' is given as 'Assistant'.
Many thanks to Andrew Collins for information on his ancestor David Caddock's date and place of death.
|c.1879||born at||Oswestry, Shropshire, England|
|1901||~21||assistant||Church Army Newcastle II Van|
|1901||~21||assistant||[Magic lantern service], Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England, 1901|
|31 March 1901||~22||census record||1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/4819.9.10|
– occupation 'Candidate (Church of England)'
|1902||~22||lecturer||[Magic lantern service], Reading, Berkshire, England, 1902|
|1911||resident||9 Westminster Terrace, Bradford, Yorkshire (West Riding), England|
|2 April 1911||~32||census record||1911 Census of England and Wales, RG14/26736|
– occupation 'Lay Evangelist, Church Army'
|6 August 1919||~40||died at||Hungerford, Berkshire, England|
|Lucerna ID no. 6000172||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016|
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