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CALDICOTT, Thomas Ford, Canadian clergyman, born in Buckby, Northamptonshire, England, in 1803; died in Toronto, Canada, 9 July, 1869. He immigrated to Canada in 1824, and, after teaching there for seven years, removed to Hamilton, Madison County, New York, and thence successively to Lock-port, New York, Boston, Massachusetts, and Brooklyn, New York, in which cities he preached for twenty-six years, also writing much for the periodical religious press. He returned to Canada in 1860, and was settled as pastor of the Bond street Baptist church, Toronto, retaining this charge until his death. He was distinguished for his scholarship, was an able writer and eloquent preacher, taking an active part in the promotion of the educational and benevolent institutions of the Canadian Baptists.
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