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Job Caudwell

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Job Caudwell was born on December 8, 1820, in Abingdon.
– He had 20 siblings and was raised in rural Berkshire.
– Caudwell focused on botany and antiquarian research.
– He was a teetotal vegetarian aligned with various associations.
– Caudwell authored publications like “Vegetarian Cookery for the Million.”

– Caudwell edited periodicals like “Temperance Star” and “Temperance Spectator.”
– He successfully climbed Ben Nevis as a vegetarian.
– Caudwell ran a publishing office and homeopathic institute.
– Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1863.
– A memoir and portrait of him were published in 1865.

Marriage and Legacy:
– Caudwell married Eliza Cooper Braine in 1860.
– He had four sons with his first wife.
– After Eliza’s death in 1887, he married Eliza Harvey in 1901.
– Caudwell laid the corner stone of Putney Methodist Church in 1881.
– He passed away on June 5, 1908, in London.

– Various publications and resources mention Job Caudwell.
– The Vegetarian Movement in Britain during the Victorian Era.
– Details on his involvement in temperance and health advocacy.
– A biographical index of British vegetarians and food reformers.
– Specific mentions in family history and newsletters.

– Caudwell authored “Vegetarian Cookery for the Million.”
– He contributed to the Journal of Health.
– His works include “What is Vegetarianism?” and “Why I Am a Vegetarian.”
– Caudwell published “Behind the Scenes in Slaughter-Houses.”
– He was recognized for his contributions to vegetarianism.

– Caudwell was affiliated with the London Vegetarian Association.
– He aligned with the Anti-Compulsory Vaccination League.
– Caudwell partnered with William Horsell in a publishing venture.
– His publishing office also served as a homeopathic institute.
– Caudwell’s dedication to social causes was notable in his affiliations.

Job Caudwell (Wikipedia)

Job Caudwell FRSL (8 December 1820 – 5 June 1908) was an English publisher and bookseller of temperance and reform literature, and activist for temperance, anti-vaccination and vegetarianism. He published and edited multiple periodicals and authored a vegetarian cookbook.

Job Caudwell

Born(1820-12-08)8 December 1820
Drayton Manor, Abingdon, England
Died5 June 1908(1908-06-05) (aged 87)
Wandsworth, London, England
Occupation(s)Publisher, bookseller, editor, activist
Eliza Cooper Braine
(m. 1860; died 1887)
Eliza Harvey
(m. 1901)
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