Catterick, Thomas an English Wesleyan minister, labored from 1816 to 1820 in Fredericton, N. B., Kingston, Fort Wellington, and Niagara, Ont., and Shefford, Quebec; and from 1820 to 1851 in various charges in England. In 1851 he retired from the active work, settled at Wednesbury, Staffordshire, and died April 21,1861. He was a man of powerful voice and strong faith, meek in disposition, and unshrinking in the performance of duty. He published, Observations on Benevolence, chiefly designed for the benefit of the poor in the Methodist society (Lond. 1828). See Minutes of the British Conference, 1861, p. 18.