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Rebecca Cadzow@ 2:16pm Nov 9th
Hi to all the cadzow's out there. I am living in New Zealand but u live in Dunedin. There are only about 5 cadzows in the area. Ths history that i have found out about the cadzow name is amazing and how it is one of the oldest names in europe. I feel kinda famous, but it is true what anna said, the name is slowly going to dissapear as all the girls in the cadzow family will get married and we will lose the name. My dad ( Robert Cadzow) has told me a little bit about the histroy but this website is amazing. i haev learnt sooo much from it. Hi Anna and Kate Cadzow, my second cousins..
Anna Cadzow@ 6:42pm Jul 24th
Hi, This is such a cool website. My dad (Brian Cadzow) has told me a lot about the history of our name, but on this site I have learnt a whole lot more. I am from New Zealand, there are not too many of us Cadzow's here (In fact I live in Auckland and there are only two Cadzows in the phone book) The name Cadzow will get smaller over here as myself, my sister and two of our second cousins grow up because we are all girls.
It would be cool to meet some some other Cadzows out there
Thanks again,
Eric Cadow@ 2:13pm Jul 19th
Hi, I believe the Cadows hail from Germany, but the spellings/phonetics between Cadow and Cadzow are too similar to be concidental, it seems, or at least warrants a closer look. Any idea about a German connection to the "Clan"? Thanks,
PKM@ 3:20pm Jul 15th
Wow, you've done a lot of work on your family history. Nice job.

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Rachel Solomon@ 6:55pm Apr 18th
My Mother Nellie Cadzow Carroll was the daughter of Daniel and Rachel Cadzow who settled up at the Rampart House that still stands today after some repairs. it is a very beautiful place to see, and i am very proud to be the great great granddaughter of Daniel, we have many generations under his name not to mention i was named after my great great grandmother Rachel Cadzow
Janet Cadzow@ 6:23pm Apr 17th
Very interesting to come across other Cadzow names.
My grandfather is Daniel Cadzow...Who ventured into the Canadian Territory in the very early 1900's and settled at what is known today as Rampart House on the Canadian/American Border, located on the Porcupine River.
Terri Cadzow@ 6:08pm Apr 17th
Such a great website! Very interesting!
Thank You-
Susan Cadzow@ 3:07am Apr 16th
Thanks for putting together such a great website! I'm one of the Australian Cadzows - descended from John Mclean Cadzow who settled in St. Arnaud, Victoria in 1855. You've inspired me to dig out the family Bible that has all the old family tree charts and bits and pieces and newspaper clippings tucked into the front cover and look through it again!!
Jill Spice (Walker)@ 9:07am Apr 13th
Very informative site. Thankyou. My Great grandmother was Margaret Cadzow (married to Alexander Walker) she was born 1886 her father was Alexander Cadzow born 1834 Glasford (married Emma Jackson) and his father was John Cadzow born 1807 Carstairs (married Marion). This is as far back as I have got. I live in Kent, England.
Lesly Stewart@ 11:59pm Feb 29th
My Husbands Gt Grandmother was Marion Cadzow. Her Father Robert Cadzow came to NZ 1894 on ship "Mataura" .They lived in the Glasgow area and his wife was Janet Bryson b.1835 Glasgow
Roberts Father was John Cadzow and his wife Malen[? s] Granger
Paul Asbury@ 5:23am Nov 18th
I am trying to track down a JAMES CADZOW who would have been born in Australia around 1934.

He graduated from the Australian Army Officer Cadet School, Portsea in Dec 1953 and was commissioned as a 2LT in the Royal Australian Signals Corps. Within a few years he seems to have left the Army and has disappeared from view.

His old class mates from Portsea would like to re-establish contact with Jimmy. I am trying to help them do this via the web site
Many thanks,
Paul Asbury
Susan Moskovita@ 9:08pm Oct 24th
Thank you for doing this site. I remember my grandmother proudly telling me about our family history. I very much want to pass this pride onto my daughter. grandma (Edna May Jones, nee Kilgour) left me some very old photos and an old detailed family tree. I was born in NZ and now reside in Oz. Feel free to contact me.
Mary Cadzow Wilson@ 6:36am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2007-08-01 03:09:54
Have been wanting to know more about my dad's name and this is the first I've been able to find so much. I'm excited. Hope to hear from someone. My dad, Richard, was born in 1900 in Edinburgh. Came to the USA in 1921. Hopefully will have info on his family and add to this. Somewhere out there are relatives!!
Hugh Cadzow@ 6:35am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2007-07-05 02:34:04
Hello has been awhile and I have to report that my dad, Donald Cadzow and mother passed away. My children have gotten bigger since I last wrote (son is now 16 - 6'3 and 300 lbs) and I found out the ship my grandfather, Donald Cadzow, Sr sailed on up to the arctic as an explorer for the Museum of the American Indian in the 20's is still afloat in New Bedford, Mass.

We took our son Aidan to Scotland in 2004 and he met Miranda Brunner (Cadzow) who runs the Tigh-an-Truish Inn at the foot of the "Bridge of the Atlantic" on the Isle of Seil. Also met Juliette Cadzow (Miranda's sister) who is on the BBC kid's show Balomorry....we hope to get back soon!
Wendy Carleton@ 6:34am Oct 24th
Originally posted: 2007-03-19 20:23:46
Hi! Was very excited to find your web site. I was born a Cadzow, with two brothers and three sisters. My dad was an only child (Dr. William James Cadzow). His dad came from Scotland and was James William Cadzow (married Effie Mae Davis). He also had a sister named Mary and a brother named Tom. My grandfather raised cattle and race horses in the Vegreville area, AB (1940s)and later moved to Edmonton, AB. We know very little about our history as both of my grandparents are gone as well as my parents so it is difficult to find out much about the family name.The Cadzow name seems to be very rare in Alberta so if anyone out there is related or has more information about our family please feel free to e-mail.

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