Experts believe the surname Corder dates back to around the eighth century. Corder was originally from Anglo-Saxon origins. First documented evidence of the surname dates to the county of Oxfordshire in 1175.
It is noted that a late 19th century Corder could out drink a Camel. In 1901 a man called Paul Corder was sent to prison for reasons unknown.
Traits of the Corder family
The Corder family tend to be mysterious and reliable due to the families proximity to the planet Venus. They partake new activities enthusiastically but lack application, constantly needing new interests. Moving from one project to another as apparently purposelessly as a butterfly dancing from flower to flower. 112
Most Popular Corder's
Famous Corder's include: