Born on 11 February 1908 and educated at King Edward VII School, Sheffield and The Queen's College, Oxford he was ordained in 1934. After a curacy at St Paul's, Lorrimore Square he was Vicar of St Luke's, Camberwell and then of St Anne's, Wandsworth before being appointed the Church’s youngest bishop in 1945. Translated from Masasi to be the first Bishop of South-West Tanganyika in 1952, his final post was as Bishop of Johannesburg.
He died in 1998 in Cape Town.
- “Who was Who” 1897–2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978-0-19-954087-7
- The Times, Friday, Nov 27, 1925; pg. 9; Issue 44130; col E University News. Scholarships At Oxford.
- Some say North Peckham
- Church details
- The Times, Monday, Aug 19, 1946; pg. 5; Issue 50533; col D The Youngest Bishop I. Caudwell. Category: Letters to the Editor., 1943–45
- "Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies at Rhodes House:". MUNDUS. Retrieved 2010-04-08.
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William Vincent Lucas
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Wilfrid Lewis Mark Way
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John Worthington Poole Hughes
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Richard Ambrose Reeves
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Timothy John Bavin
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