William Caulfeild (British Army officer)
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Major William Caulfeild was an officer in the British Army.
Although he is not as well known as Wade, he is associated with the construction of far more roads than his predecessor. General Wade was responsible for 250 miles (400 km) of road, 40 bridges and 2 forts - whereas Caulfeild was responsible for 900 miles (1,400 km) of road and over 600 bridges.
Major Caulfeild died in 1767.
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