The Treadway Coat of Arms
Argent: A Chevron
Azure between three Trefoils slipped vertical.
Dexture hand couped below the wrist in Armor holding a Sword, on the Point a Turk's head
couped at the neck all proper.
Origin: Cornwall, England
According to the Surname Database, the surname of Treadway/Treadaway/Tredway/Tredaway and also Tredry are Anglicised forms of the Cornish (Celtic) surname of Threthwy and Thretheway, located in and around Cornwall. The meaning of our surname is "David's Settlement"; "tre" = settlement or homestead and "Dewi" = the personal name of David which translates to beloved.
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Welcome to the Treadway Web. The intent of this Website is to
try and pull all the Treadway/Treadaway/Tredway/Tredaway families together into their
It is said that the name of "Treadway" derived from the Cornish name "Thretheway" meaning "David's Settlement". There were Four distinct Treadway/Treadaway/Tredway gamilies in the 1600's and early 1700's living on the Eastern Coast of the United States in which most of us have descended. There was Henry Treadway of Gloucester Co., New Jersey, Nathaniel Treadway of Watertown, and Sudbury, Massachusetts, Richard Treadway of Baltimore Co., Maryland and Thomas Tredway of Baltimore and Harford Co's, Maryland
This Website has been a dream of mine for some time now. I wanted to make a free place for all the Treadway/Tredway/Tredaway kin to unite, sharing our valuable Heritage with each other. Besides the Lineage sites of the above, there are sites for Bible Records, Burial Information, Census Records, Estate Records, Land Deed
Records, Obituaries, Pension Records, an Honorary Hall for members of the lines, who fought in or died in wars, a Bulletin Board for posted queries, a Reunion site, and a Debate Corner to voice your opinion, debate, or to theorize on a lineage. I hope you enjoy this site and use it to its fullest. Thank you everyone.