Charles Caulfield

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Charles Caulfield, D.D (1804-1862) was an Anglican colonial bishop in the 19th century.[1]

Caulfield was born in Kilkenny. He was admitted, aged 17, to Trinity College, Dublin in 1821.[2] He had previously been Archdeacon of the Bahamas.[3] He was consecrated at Lambeth Palace on 1 December 1861.[4] He died of Yellow fever at New Providence on 4 September 1862.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Diocesan history
  2. ^ "Alumni Dublinenses : a register of the students, graduates, professors and provosts of Trinity College in the University of Dublin (1593-1860)Burtchaell,G.D/Sadlier,T.U p788: Dublin, Alex Thom and Co, 1935
  3. ^ The Times, Wednesday, May 18, 1859; pg. 7; Issue 23309; col E From the LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, May 17. Lord Chamberlain's-Office
  4. ^ ECCLESIASTICAL The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, December 06, 1861; pg. 3; Issue 3050
  5. ^ 'Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries' Belfast News Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Wednesday, October 15, 1862; Issue 15409
Religious titles
Preceded by
Inaugural appointment
Bishop of Nassau
1861 –1862
Succeeded by
Addington Robert Peel Venables