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 arrived in the island with his wife Catherine Le Moine, both of them refugees from France, late in the 17th or early in the 18th century. They married in St Helier in 1703
Great War service
- John James Carcaud (1883-1977) husband of Anna Bertha Brett, Mercantile Marine, to Canada
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