An English and German surname the Cabage family name comes from the Middle English term of 'caboche' which refers to the vegetable of cabbage. The Cabage surname means a farmer growing cabbage. The term 'caboche' also is a word for a type of fish found in English waters.
Spelling variations for Cabage include Cabbage and the German spelling of Kohl.
In Germany many families have the Cabage and Cabbage surname.
The city of London, Oxfordshire and Lancashire have the highest population of families with the Cabage and Cabbage name. The area of Lanarkshire in Scotland has a large population with the Cabage and Cabbage surname.
In the United States the Cabage surname is commonly used with the 'Cabbage' surname. The states with the higher percentage of Cabage and Cabbage surnames is Washington, Montana, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Michigan, Florida, New York, Delaware, South Carolina, North Dakota, Indiana, Kentucky, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Virginia. Approximately 137 individuals listed the Cabage surname on the U. S. Federal census in 2000.
Famous: Rebecca Cabage (photographer)