Carcaud family page
Capt J J Carcaud, master of the G D T which was wrecked in St Aubin's Bay
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Origin of surname
This is a name from the Atlantic coast of France derived from the word for a dock worker or porter; someone who carried goods.
There has been just one Carcaud family, using a variety of spellings, in Jersey, dating back to Daniel, who appears to have arrived in the island late in the 17th or early in the 18th century.
Great War service
- John James Carcaud (1883-1977) husband of Anna Bertha Brett, Mercantile Marine, to Canada
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