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Re: dady's in the uk
Posted by: Fiona Hodge (ID *****7140) Date: March 05, 2007 at 02:13:25
In Reply to: Re: dady's in the uk by Rod Brand of 124

Re: the family being called DADE in the UK, this isn't altogether true. Though DADE does crop up as a variant spelling from time to time (as does DADDY, DADEY, DEADY etc), the name was generally DADY in original records as found from 1800-present (earlier data on my line was carried out by someone else, so I can't comment on how the name appeared in those records). The most recent Dadys in my tree were those decsnded from Henry Dady and Susannah Johnson born in the late 19thC-20thC in Southport, some of whom emigrated to Canada and had children there. Into the 20thC, the name here was spelled DADY.

(DADY- Norfolk & Southport c1580-20thC)

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