MISCELLANEOUS CUDMORE / DIAMOND INFORMATION

The surname CUDMORE is one of the oldest Welsh names and can be traced back to ancient times. The family name emerged as a notable Welsh family name in Devon and was first recorded about the year 1200 in the county of Devonshire in southwest England. Notable amongst the family during the late middle ages was Cudmore of Devon.

The most ancient grant of a Coat of Arms found was - On a silver background a red horizontal stripe between three black eagles. The Crest is - A golden dragon.



Lowell's Directory published in 1871 showed the following on WINSLOE ROAD which was described as a village situated in Township 33, parish of Charlotte, County of Queens. Winsloe Road is 8 miles from Charlottetown, 28 miles from Georgetown and 35 miles from Summerside:

James Diamond, Winsloe Road, Lot 33

James Diamond, Jr., Winsloe Road, Lot 33

Robert Diamond, Winsloe Road, Lot 33

George Cudmore, Winsloe Road, Lot 33

Robert Cudmore, Winsloe Road, Lot 33

William Cudmore, Winsloe Road, Lot 33


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Cudmore Baptisms

Cudmore Burials

Cudmore Cemetery Listings

Cudmore Marriages