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Rhoades Genealogy & History

Rhoades is an English locational name derived from Old English rod, meaning clearing, describing someone who lived by a clearing in a woodland. Villages named Rhodes were found in Lancashire and Yorkshire in the Middle Ages and in Lincolnshire, where in Rhoades family history they were granted lands by William the Conqueror. Rhodes is a common variation, as are Roads and Rodes. American Rhoades genealogy dates to 1638 in Virginia and 1640 in Massachusetts. The Rhoades family motto (robor meum Deus) means strength through God. Leopards and lions on the family crest and coat of arms signify valiant and fierce warriors.

Rhoades Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Rhoades-- --, 1880June 15,1966IA
B Irene Rhoades-- --, 1923October 23,2005PA
C Cecil Rhoades-- --, 1924March 9,2000OH
D Kathleen Rhoades-- --, 1927April 24,2000WI

Rhoades Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Dorris Rhoades-- --, 1928July 2,1997Lamar,CO
F Marshall Rhoades-- --, 1927July 20,2001Newry,PA
G Dolph Rhoades-- --, 1919March 6,1994New Braunfels,TX
H Dwain Rhoades-- --, 1917June 2,1996Greenville,OH

Rhoades Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Antonio RhoadesKimberlie HarrisJanuary 14,2000Bell, TX
Benjamin RhoadesBarbara CoxApril 25,1992Wake, NC
Christopher RhoadesTracie AtwoodAugust 15,1998Wake, NC
David RhoadesJan NipperSeptember 21,1991Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Rhoades

1575th: Schwab1576th: Benoit
1577th: Hyatt1578th: O'Malley
1579th: Guidry1580th: Madsen
1581st: Thacker1582nd: Sheffield
1583rd: Cates1584th: Quigley

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