Biography of Albert D. Caddell
North Central Ohio Biographies

Albert D. Caddell is one of the most prominent citizens of Mansfield, where he is serving as secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. He was born at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 20, 1886, the son of Walter W. and Christina M. (Jack) Caddell.

Walter W. Caddell and his wife were natives of Scotland, the former born at Stirling, and the latter at Edinborough. Mr. Caddell was successful as a building contractor and after his marriage in London, England, settled in Canada about 1860. He died in November, 1919, and his wife died in November, 1918. They are buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto. To Mr. and Mrs. Caddell the following children were born: James W., lives at Oakland, California; Christina, married P. T. Hayes, lives at Indianapolis; William W., lives at Illlon, New York; Marion, married H. W. Farthing, lives at Toronto, Canada; Margaret, lives at Los Angeles; and Albert D., the subject of this sketch.

The education of Albert D. Caddell was received in the public schools of Toronto and he also attended Toronto Technical College. He was employed for several years in Toronto as a watch case manufacturer, and after coming to the United States served as works manager of the North American Watch Company, at Mansfield. Later he held the same position with the Deuber-Hampden Watch Company, at Canton, Ohio. In July, 1927, Mr. Caddell became secretary treasurer of the Manufacturers' Club of Mansfield. He has served as secretary of the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce since February, 1929.

On Dec. 28, 1916, Mr. Caddell married Miss Helen M. Remy, of Mansfield, the daughter of Charles August and Elizabeth (Englehart) Remy, the former a native of Coblentz, Germany, and the latter of Mansfield. Mr. Remy died in July, 1915, and is buried at Mansfield. To Mr. and Mrs. Caddell have been born three children: Jack Remy, William David, and Helen Margaret.

Mr. Caddell is a Republican, a member of St. Matthews Lutheran Church, and Rotary Club. He belongs to Mansfield Lodge, No. 35, F. & A. M.; Mansfield Chapter, R. A. M. No. 28; and Mansfield Council, R. & S. M. M. No. 94.

History of North Central Ohio
Embracing Richland, Ashland, Wayne,
Medina, Lorin, Huron and Knox Counties
BY: William A. Duff
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1931

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