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Donald Cadzow@ 6:29am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-11-30 03:57:44
Very cool site, I'm glad your proud of your name and heritage, Holding the state of Michigan for our namesake...
Gregor Cadzow@ 6:28am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-10-31 12:46:57
hi i've recently been interested where my name cadzow came from and found this web page and thought i'd leave a note i'm 23 i work on building sites as a concrete finnisher please e-mail me i'd like to know a bit about all of you.
Richard A Hamilton j@ 6:27am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-07-31 04:58:01
Your site is excellent. Thank you.
jean@ 6:26am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-05-28 03:48:59
Hi, My family lived at Craighead Farm for many years near Kilncadzow. I visited there last year.
Ashley Cadzow@ 6:25am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-04-22 09:32:32
Oh my God! I am a Cadzow! My ancestors were scottish
as well ... the cadzow castle belongs to my family Most of them live in New Zealand
Neil Cadzow@ 6:24am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-04-14 08:58:31
Enjoyed looking at the site. We live in Queensland Australia and are descendants of James Matthew Cadzow who came to Australia from Scotland.
Sharon Ross Loysen@ 6:23am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-04-06 03:52:47
Hi Everyone! This new webpage is wonderful! Everything is so clear! Please tell me: which man in the picture is Dan Cadzow, the one in the suspenders or the one in the suit? Daniel Cadzow was a brother to my greatgrandmother Mary Cadzow. I would love to be in contact with anyone who can fill me in on how Mary and her family came to Auburn NY. Actually I want to know anything and everything else about her! Tried to reach John, an early name in this list, but his address must have changed. Nice to know that our world is well represented by the Cadzow name! Sharon
Willy@ 6:22am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2006-01-28 03:49:16
I am a cadzow in Canada
Samuel Fry@ 6:21am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-12-20 02:38:38
I am a retired U.S. Foreign Service Officer with a long time interest in the Arctic. During research on the surveying of the 141st Meridian Boundary between Canada and Alaska, I became very interested in Dan Cadzow and his trading post at New Rampart House on the Porcupine River, Yukon Territory, Canada. I have visited the site, interviewed his surviving daughter (in Ft. Yukon, Alaska), and have completed extensive research on his activities at New Rampart House. I would welcome any information about his life before his 25 years and more in the Yukon. Rochester, New York appears to be a family area for him, and his nephew, also Dan Cadzow, visited him at New Rampart House. There are many Cadzow and family photos in the International Boundary Survey documents as the Survey team stayed with him for two years. He is a fascinating man and his home and store are now a Yukon Territory Heritage Site and are being restored and preserved. Thank you for any information. Samuel Fry, Olympia, Washington, USA.
Jon Owen@ 6:20am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-12-10 20:35:56
I am Jonathan Owen, formerly Stephen Cadzow of Motherwell. I was adopted by English parents and am fascinated to read the family history. My deepest thanks for the site it is fascinating and will definately make a visit to the Castle.
Marion Morpeth@ 6:19am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-10-25 22:12:54
Hello. I am looking for information regarding Agnes Cadzow, who married William Muir about 1770, from my research they had six children, Agnes 1773, Marion 1775, John 1776, William 1780, Janet 1782, and another Marion in 1785. Any information would be most welcome. Many Thanks
Maureen Cadzow@ 6:18am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-10-22 05:08:34
great web site! my husband robert cadzow, sr and our son robert cadzow, jr and I visited the casstle a few years ago. so much history!
Alison Cadzow@ 6:17am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-10-16 10:36:35
We are Cadzows from Scotland currently living in Lincolnshire, England.My dad is Stuart Cadzow and my grandfather was William Cadzow from Carluke in Scotland, born in 1918. His father was also a William Cadzow, a miner from Carluke.
From some limited historical research, we now believe that the scottish name Cadzow originates from a place name. The name Cadzow indicates "one who came from the former barony of Cadzow, which is now included in the parish of Hamilton, Lanarkshire." More information is available from The Histoical Research Center Inc. We just wanted to put in some information you might be interested in and hoped to find out if we have any relatives out there.
Merrylee@ 6:16am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-09-03 15:08:29
I enjoyed reading your guestbook and wonder if anyone can relate to a William Cadzow who married a Marion Spence in 1737 in Carluke, Lanarkshire. They had a daughter Agnes in 1743 who married a William Muir around 1770 by which time she had moved to West Calder West Lothian. They were my 5th and 4th Gr Grandparents respectively so I would be most interested to hear from anyone descended from this line of Cadzows.
Carole Buhay@ 6:14am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2005-05-08 19:37:45
My gggg-grandmother was Mary Cadzow.

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