The Family of Cadenhead
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Author: G. Cadenhead
Originally published in 1887, the Cadenhead name originated in Ettrick Forest in Selkirkshire, with the first to use it appearing around the second half of the 15th century. This history traces the course of the family and their close association, primarily with the Pringles, but also with other families in the region. During the course of the 16th century, branches of the family were to be found in Kincardineshire, in the parish of Strath Auhin or Strachan, and in other shires in the southern part of Scotland. There is information on the Burnetts of Sauchen, Gordons of Merdrum, the Blackhalls, Lunans, Leonards and Grays.
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