- John Caldwell
Born to a Protestant family who disowned him when he converted to Catholicism. Educated at Jesuit College in Saint-Omer, France, and then at Liege, Belgium. Entered the Jesuit in 1656, making his profession in 1676. Priest. Worked at the college of Saint-Omer. Returned to England in 1676 to minister to covert Catholics. Convicted for alleged complicity in the Titus Oates Plot; the trial rules included the principal that no Catholic could be believed in court. Martyr.
- hanged, drawn, and quartered on 20 June 1679 at Tyburn, London, England
- buried in the churchyard of Saint Giles-in-the-Fields
- “Blessed John Fenwick“. CatholicSaints.Info. 9 June 2013. Web. 23 February 2017. <>