Caterer, Isaac an English Congregational minister, was born at Tetsworth, Oxfordshire, in January, 1795. He grew up to early manhood skeptical and indifferent to Christianity, was converted at twenty-five, preached at various places, and in 1828 became pastor at Tetsworth. Here he labored both as schoolteacher and preacher for seven years, and then removed to Peppard with his school, where he remained till his death, March 17,1868. As a preacher Mr. Caterer was very laborious, and had great success. See (Lond. Cong. Yearbook, 1869, p. 240.