Cadiou family page
This is a Breton name which can be spelt in various ways, depending on which part of the region it is found in. It arrived in Jersey in the mid 19th century, and was initially found mainly in St Saviour and Trinity, before spreading to St Helier towards the end of the century.
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Origins of surname
This name is found in various spellings through Brittany. It is derived from the Breton cad or cat, meaning 'combat'. It may also be a diminuitive of the personal name Cadec, which has the same derivation.
The first Jersey records were Trinity births in the 1850-60s, followed by a number of births in St Saviour as the family began to spread its roots around the island.
- Descendants of Yves Cadiou
- Descendants of Yves Cadiou and Marguerite Pierres, extends the above back two generations, plus identifies another descendancy
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Arthur Edwin Cadiou (1896- ) (St H) Private, Hampshire Regiment
- Ernest Henry Cadiou (St H), Private RJGB
- Winter Peter Cadiou (St S), Gunner, Royal Field Artillery
- Philip Cadiou (1878- ) (St S) son of Jean Marie and Perrine Morvan, Private, RJGB
- Samuel Grandin Cadiou (1883- ) (St S), Private, Labour Corps