Este es un apellido de larga asociación con Irlanda. Se cree que llegó al país en 1169 con los FitzStephen y que levantaron Castletowncarne, en la baronía de Forth. Durante el período isabelino y de Cromwell estuvieron del lado de los ingleses, pero desde el reinado de William han sido católicos y nacionalistas.

Origen: Galés. The name Codd is from the rugged landscape of Wales. It is a Celtic name that was derived from Cudde or Codling, which were both pet-forms of the personal name Cuthbert. However, the Old English words cod and codd, which mean bag, were used to refer to the belly or stomach c. 1250. Thus, Codd may be a nickname surname applied to someone whose belly was thought to resemble a bag. During the 16th century, a codder was a worker in leather, a saddler, or a peltmonger. Thus, Codd may also be an occupational surname applied to someone involved in one of these trades. First found in Cornwall where they were seated from very ancient times.

Variantes: Code, Codd, Codde, Coad, Coade y otros.



N Codd ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
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Patrick Codd & Elizabeth MacNally ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
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Tomás Codd ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Walter Codd & Mary Doyle ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
William Codd & Francisca Plaza ( modificado el 31.12.1969 )