"The Caudills: An Etymological, Ethnological & Genealogical Study"
By Lochlainn Seabrook - 300 pages - Illustrated - Signed by Request
The Caudills are one of America’s largest and most historically interesting families. Originating in the South in the early 1700s, they have today spread out across nearly all fifty states, playing a vital role in the settling of America, from Appalachia to the Pacific Ocean. The author, Lochlainn Seabrook - a Caudill descendant himself - has penned a thoroughly captivating work, one that focuses on the etymology of the Caudill surname, the ethnology of the Caudills, and the genealogy of their ancestral line, dating back to 16th-Century Europe.
Throughout its well researched 300-pages, one will find a treasure-trove of information, including a detailed discussion of the origins of the name and family, an extensive Caudill family tree, the Caudill family Coat of Arms, a list of Caudill researchers, useful Websites, and maps to Cawdor Castle in Scotland, with extra material on surname spelling variations and Caudill place-names. The Foreword is by Delmerene Caudill of Letcher County, Kentucky.
This is an important and unique book that everyone with an interest in the Caudills will be proud to have in their library. With its wealth of helpful research data on not only this intriguing European-American family, but on allied families as well, “The Caudills” is a must-have for all family members, friends, and researchers.
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