/ (ˈkætərɪk) /
a village in N England, in North Yorkshire on the River Swale: site of an important army garrison and a racecourse
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John Ketterick or Catterick died at Florence a month after his appointment.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Exeter|Percy Addleshaw
Catterick is remote from the sea, and inconsistent with all that Aneurin says.
Oswin assembled a smaller force, and advanced, with Trondhere, to Catterick.The Paladins of Edwin the Great|Clements R. Markham