Persons with the Surname 'Cade'

The Cade Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'C300'

49 individuals have the surname 'Cade'.

Adelaide Victoria Cade (17 Jun 1859—1942)
Albert E. Cade (19 Mar 1901—)
Alice Cade (Apr 1905—)
Amos Cade (Jul 1909—)
Ann Cade (about Oct 1766—between 1766 and 1769)
Ann Cade (about Jun 1769—)
Charles Henry H. Cade (19 May 1894—)
Clarice Juanita Cade (23 May 1903—)
Earnest Cade (about 1879—)
Edward G. Cade (Aug 1886—)
George E. Cade (about 1850—)
George Edward Cade (27 Nov 1872—16 Apr 1927)
George William Cade (12 Jan 1882—)
Gilbert T. Cade (17 Aug 1882—)
Hiram Cade (about 1857—)
Hugh Cade (about 7 Aug 1829—)
James Frederick Cade (10 Jul 1877—25 Mar 1879)
James R. Cade (about 1854—)
John Cade (about Jun 1768—)
John Bailey Cade (9 Jun 1847—19 Feb 1930)
John Esh Cade (about 6 Jan 1798—1874)
John Pearson Cade (15 Aug 1874—Private)
Joseph Robert Cade (22 May 1877—)
Lois Ann Cade (19 Mar 1858—3 Feb 1934)
Mabel Cade (Mar 1907—)
Margaret Amelia Cade (19 Dec 1860—1930)
Mary Jane Cade (31 Oct 1850—24 Oct 1910)
Maud Melissa Cade (23 Sep 1879—)
Milner Cade (about Mar 1801—)
Richard Cade (about Sep 1791—between Oct 1791 and 1792)
Richard Cade (about Aug 1792—)
Richard Esh Cade (about 12 Jul 1823—)
Robert Cade (about Sep 1734—)
Robert Cade (about Jul 1765—)
Robert Cade (about Jan 1795—between 1795 and 1803)
Robert Cade (about Feb 1804—between 1804 and 1809)
Robert Cade (about 21 Jul 1821—between 1891 and 1901)
Robert Esh Cade (about Feb 1809—)
Robert Esh Cade (Mar 1845—1924)
Robert Franklin Cade (10 Dec 1872—)
Sarah Cade (about 1843—1 Mar 1899)
Sarah Helena Cade (6 Jan 1876—)
Sophia Elizabeth Cade (15 Apr 1856—1945)
Thomas Cade (about 1794—21 Jan 1888)
Thomas Cade (about 11 May 1826—)
Thomas Cade (about 1861—)
William Ruston Cade (about May 1799—)
William Thomas Cade (about 1848—)
Margaret Rebecca Cade (8 Jul 1852—)
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