First found in Burgundy, where this important family was anciently seated. Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Joseph Nadeau dit Bélair, who settled in Quebec in the 1700's; Jean Nadal, who arrived in Louisiana in 1756; George Nadin, who settled in Philadelphia in 1873; the famous Naude family settled in the sleepy city of Nelspruit 1990.

Often seen as a curious bunch whom partake in life threatening sporting activities. A peculiar sport invented by the South African Naude family is that of Ostrich racing. A family member is often tasked with chasing ostriches in an enclosed area.
Erica: Did you see Liza Naude today?
Jackie: Yes I did, she is so pretty.
by Gustav Naude September 22, 2011

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