Jack Hamilton@ 5:32pm 09-03-2016
Interpretation of my DNA results indicate that my ancestors were from Stonehouse/Mylneholme and I find the story intriguing. However, I can only find them living in Cummertree in 1820.
K. Ann Campbell, Esq@ 1:40pm 14-02-2016
9th Great-Grandfather David Hamilton is commemorated in Rollinsford, New Hampshire, USA by a small plaque near where his homestead lay, whereby David was brought to the "New World" in shackles & chains, captured as Oliver Cromwell's prisoner during the Battle of Worcester 09SEP1651. David's ancestors were the Cadzows that planted the ancient oaks.
Keith Garza@ 11:55pm 11-01-2016
My great, great grandmother was Helen Meek married to Michael Cadzow. My mother Ellen Williams is their great granddaughter. She married my dad, Fred Garza a US Navy man stationed at Fremantle, WA during WWII. After the war she came to the USA as a war bride. I live in Houston,Texas USA.
Bill Meek@ 2:41am 05-12-2015
My Great,Great aunt Helen Meek married Michael Cadzow. in Hamilton Scotland.1846. left Scotland with family for Australia. 1864. settled in Norwood.SA I myself live in Baling.NSW I am 84 have been in Australia since 1981. I thought I was the first Meek to arrive here. Strangely enough my aunt also had a brother William Meek who also came here with her family. and I often wonder if there are any more of us here, I would welcome any contacts.
Christine Grossart@ 5:39pm 09-10-2015
My Grandfather William Grossart wed Christian Cadzow 1802 in Lanarkshire Scotland, He was a widower by 1850,Christians parents are James & grizzle Anderson If anyone could give information regarding Christians death date would love ton hear from you
Dan Cadzow@ 8:13pm 18-09-2015
Our branch of the Cadzow Family lives in Buffalo, NY. My wife, Renee Cadzow is a professor at D'Youville College and on the board of directors for several not-for-profits, like the Community Health Worker Network of Buffalo. I am an archaeologist who "retired" to unschool our four kids and engage with the community. This has led to several op ed pieces in the local paper and a white paper focused on Traffic Pollution (

A few years ago, I started a family Tree that traced our Cadzow lineage to Niagara Falls and Auburn NY at the turn of the last century. That places our lineage in the same places at that of Donald Cadzow, the Pennsylvania State Archaeologist in the 1920's and Daniel Cadzow the Alaskan pioneer and early photographer. But as of yet, I have not established a concrete connection. You may be able to find it at I uploaded as many old photos as I could get my hands on.
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Hi Dan, if you haven't already, you may want to touch base with Hugh and Tracey Cadzow, who are documented on the TODAY'S CADZOWs page. They also are descended from Donald and Daniel.

Angela Cirino Adams@ 9:04am 20-07-2015
I am sorry to interfere with all of your wonderful family information BUT I think I need help from someone in your family. We live in WILLOWICK, OHIO & around 1962 my mother CELIA (Cil) CIRINO had a pen pal in Australia. She remembers a name of Joan Cadzow, P.O.Box 25, Keith, South Australia. wow, what a memory! She remembers pictures of Joan having blond hair & in Joan's letters to my mom Joan spoke about sheep. They had to take care of the families sheep. Joan always sent my mom packages of books & other personal items. I still have 2 Australia magazines. We were always so excited about Joan's packages. My mom is 88 years old. IF this Joan is part of your memories OR you know something about her life, please let me know. If this Joan is still alive - read this to her. My mother loved her. Thanking you in advance for any information & time. Angela Cirino Adams
Andrew Cadzow@ 1:21am 07-06-2015
Our current puzzle involves the life and possible descendents of Margarita Cadzow, daughter of Annie Love and James Cadzow, born around 1896, either in Scotland or abroad in South America.

We have her travelling with her parents and brother to and from Ellis Island in 1910

The family may have spent time in Mexico prior to 1910, but was settled in Ayr, Scotland by mid-1911. James was a railway engineer and travelled the Americas in the early 1900s.

Anyone with information is encouraged to respond.
Joan Florence Booth@ 6:51am 09-05-2015
Have just been doing research on my family tree. My grandmother was Florence Agnes Cadzow daughter of James and Agnes born Robertson of St Arnaud. I am a direct descendant of John McLean Cadzow. I would like to be able to obtain a copy of the book In the Shadow of Feather Top. I am happy to join the Cadzow family guest book .
Jean-Michel Cadiot@ 10:51am 29-04-2015
Good afternoon, hope you're all well. I belong to a family (the "cadiot" setteld in southwest France since the 15th. We made plenty of researches,and have aways been sure we came from Ireland or Scotland (Cadio, Cadiou, Cadier ...). We certainly come from Cadzow,we are the same family, but had different explanations of the name ("ca dio? "house of God" in galeic, says a book. I d'ont know. Le's keep in touch, tlle what you know about Cazow emigratingin Ireland, France or USA. It has been a pleasure to find you, I think we can know many many things and events in our comman familiy. Cheers, Jean-Michel
Craig Fullerton@ 7:01pm 03-03-2015
Further to my message last year I'm happy to report that my book - In the Shadow of Feathertop - is now published. The Cadzow chapter is focussed on my ancestor, William Cadzow and his wife Euphemia Brown who settled in the Ovens Valley in Victoria. But it does contain the story of how they came to Australia with his widowed mother, Elisabeth (who is buried at St Arnaud), and Williams first few years on the Forest Creek goldfields with his brother John McLean Cadzow (who later settled at St Arnaud). Other siblings including Michael (South Australia) and Ann (settled Urana, NSW eventually) also rate mentions. The book contains reproductions of letters William & Euphemia sent home to her parents which contain a good account of their lives on the Forest Creek goldfields. You can read about the book here: In the Shadow of Feathertop
keith Garza@ 10:57pm 25-12-2014
I received an email from Laurel Bornholt stating my grandfather and their grandmother were siblings, but when replying to email get the account is invalid. Hopefully someone will give some help!

stephen glen@ 5:52am 07-11-2014
Anne Cadzow is my grandmother. Victoria,St Arnaud. Any info on her history or connections would be welcome. She had a big life...bush nurse,post mistress in the mallee area,a cook in toorak,an artist...many offspring. Macedon, Melbourne,Berriwillock...intrepid traveller
Keith Garza@ 10:37pm 19-10-2014
My great great grandparents were Michael & Helen Meek Cadzow. They immigrated from Scotland to Adelaide, Australia. My great grandmother was Helen Cadzow (1852-1906) who married Samual Williams and after several years relocated to Perth, WA. They had 10 children. My mother the daughter of Roy Williams their son came to USA after WWII. I live in Houston, Texas.
Christine Grossart@ 5:41am 12-10-2014
Hi Nigel thank you for email,I am replying on Guest Book as by accident my emails were deleted. You first contacted me as you thought we might be related ,and I think you could be right .my grandfather William Grossart wed Christian Cadzow 1802. Christians parent cs are James & Grizzle Anderson ,Grizzles parents ,John Anderson &Margaret Forest Christian has a brother Thomas Cadzow 23-6-1772 who wed Jean Little .If you would like to contact me again ,I hope any further information, I obtain will be of Heip to you.

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