Cabbage Patch Kid Names List

Disclaimer: Yello80s cannot identify or price any Cabbage Patch Kid dolls or products. The information you find on the Cabbage Patch pages is as up to date as possible and for entertainment only. There are many good online guides to help you figure out what year your ‘Kid was made in and independent craftsmen/women who do beautiful jobs restoring, rerooting hair and customizing ‘Kids. The Cabbage Patch Kid Names lists are gathered from reader submissions of their dolls’ names or auctions for vintage dolls or their adoption paperwork as well as found through thrift store and yard sales. The list is compiled as an online source to satisfy curiosity, foster nostalgia and perhaps serve as a guide to rename your ‘Kid. Again, Yello80s cannot identify CPKs by names. Yello80s does not participate in selling CPK through this site.

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The very 1st 1,000 handmade dolls were taken from a 1937 baby name book. Xavier Roberts hand printed the name tags which accompanied his babies and printed each ‘birth certificate‘ with his own fists (as the footprints). Otis Lee, who starred in one of the Parker Bros. books, was the name of one of the original kids Xavier created before naming them Little People. Hailey Theeuwen was the first Coleco-produced Cabbage Patch Kid. Theeuwen?!  Side note: While Furskins were given a name at manufacturing, they were not unique like the ‘Kids’ names supposedly were. Also, Koosa pets did not come with a name. They had a blank collar tag you had to send in to have printed with a name of your choosing.

The most memorable feature about Cabbage Patch Kids to me was their ridiculous names. Long before Gwyneth Paltrow started picking goofy names for her progeny, Xavier Roberts and the gang were turning celebrity names around to come up with truly awful monikers for 80s kids like me to put in some drawer and rename their ‘Kids (Hudson Rock? Joel Billy? Really?). Here are some genuine CPK names I’ve gathered from the web in reference to no particular manufacturing year:

Farica Scarlett
Paola Paul
Babette Jocelyne
Radford Jervis
Myra Hope
Floyd Herb
Norine Marietta
Landon Chauncey
Cherry Cathyleen
Russ Sebastian
Laraine Cammie
Denney Alex
Ariel Leila
Derek Edric
Lucette Jacynth
Sheldon Rex
Desirae Chandelle
Richie Donald
Lanette Ariana
Oscar Dick
Lora Julita
Jeremy Ike
Jovany Lincoln
Milton Reece

Eartha Bella
Christian Parry
Katherine Rosaline
Henry James
Daisy Eloisa
Bram Eric
Feliz Cassy
Roger Ian
Della Elphia
Jefferson Cyril
Cora Melanie
Gilchrist Paddy
Mackenzie Natasha
Heywood Wilt
Wendeline Lynnet
Kendall Eugene
Genevieve Marcel
Adrian Crandell
Harrietta Lilah
Adan Ronny
Alison Miriam
Timothy David
Halle Raegan
Dalton Randall
Meggi Ruby
Shane Barton
Abrona Fiona
Mikey Montana
Denise Andria
Paul Calvin
Patricia Laverna
Joel Billy
Elna Gabie
Willis Timmy
Lottie Cindy
Freddy Ione
Leda Fannie
Hudson Rock
Winola Clara
Eldridge Norm
Joeann Meg
Edward John
Karlene Lynnea
Ainsley Derwood
Valerie Nell
Austin Alfred
Letty Sharon
Ethan Layne
Aurora Carissa
Chauncey Nolan

Ethel Arlana
Dale Clyde
Andra Trixy
Ethan Royce
Kacie Lorrie
Charlie Emanuel
Damara Gale
Jeffry Nicholas
Pauline Avis
Dicky Chet
Karna Lissie
Jeffy Tyrus
Chrystal Jada
Saul Van
Dawn Teresa
Oscar Willy
Damara Alverta
Randall Darrell
Alana Lapis
Anthony Jan
Raina Carlynn
Colbert Ainsley
Betty Vicky
Richie Flynn
Leanna Shannon
Zack Grant
Kristine Lynn
Brenton Rudy
Ellen Mona
Cleveland Billy
Pamella Dianne
Donny Alastar
Byron Winifred
Oliver Clarence
Tammy Juliette
Aristotle Francis
Salvi Hosana
Raphael Kurt
Jessica Phyllis
Jefferson Taggart
Candy Jilly
Brad Jonas
Jackelyn Chara
Alexei Jeremiah
Elana Alexa
Wade Clayton
Jessica Louise
Dennis Norton
Della Frances
Paul Carlin
Nola Dianne
Ellery Colleridge
Bessie Polly
Wallis Kendall
Elita Beth
Mitchell Carmody
Fayth Cecilia
Gustaf Abe
Adena Lottie
Janes Alexis
Dale Netty
Tad Steve
Maria Kelsey
Allen Sigmund
Magdalene Georgina
Anthony Lindsey
Cynthia Zara
Rex Clarence
Miranda Mae
Wade Jonathan
Genevieve Deborah
Delmer Milton
Lizabeth Audrey
Kirk Humphrey
Lori Terri
Owen Sargeant
Cayla Stephany
Rudy Vincent
Gracia Ilene
Conway Archibald
Bessie Juline
Kirby Garth
Adora Doreen
Doyle Ansen
Shea Ritchie
Mitchell Carmody
Pamela Dianne
Irwin Crosby
Elana Jerene
Cedric Benoit
Sadie Mariann
Lyle Phil

Cissy Hedy
Jackie Ackerley
Jodi Kati
Orietta Bessie
Lynn Luna
Zarah Celena
Noel Chermaine
Erma Neita
Danica Joella
Delaney Saige
Alia Emma
Helga Andrea
Irene Sally
Idaline Carmel
June Sofia
Bertie Tracy
Adell Darcy
Bethel Lea
Wanda Fayette
Barbey Janeva
Erna Caryl
Candi Golda
Shelba Violet
Jackie MacKenzie
Coco Brenna
Kellyn Marie
Rae Fanya
Minnie Chrissie
Vanessa Adi
Kandy Berta
Ella Ninette
Jordana Vanna
Melanie Susanne
Cynthia Zara
Roxanna Risa
Britt Skye
Roxana Hope
Dot Dolly
Marcy Beth

Cassey Andrea
Cali Olive
Imelda Tanya
Scarlet Kay
Ilonka Adriana
Sheila Pansy
Meryl Olive
Jennifer Lora
Laura Alfreta
Thalea Jaedyn
Carmela Diana
Eberta Juliette
Ranata Joyce
Felicity Reba
Marcile Millicent
Kelsie Erica
Cristabel Ailsa
Quincy Naomi
Dorcas Anne
Betty Fanny
Jaelyn Ingrid
Cass Tobi
Jacoba Tara
Elva Decima
Alison Zoe
Ona Reggie
Leigh Rosalinda

Edna Lana
Dulcy Virginia
Carmel Luna
Amanda Allison
Sarette Julienne
Henrika Esther
Cristobel Cleopatre
Kelly Anne
Wanda Virginie
Clarinda Daphne
Melina Rieley
Malcom Robert
Cameron Kendall
Ragan Cassidy
Aiden Cheyanna
Flo Riley
Dillard Dixon
Debby Anita
Justin Noah
Malory Nell
Becky Brenda
Sheldon Blake
Daisey May
Eric Mike
Jynna Whitney
Angie Scarlet
Ewdin Nicholas
Samantha Jolana
Henderson Jamie
Lanea Dianne
Ellen Elyse
Viveka Rayann
Faye Becky
Arielle Chelsea
Brooklyn Molly
Lynette Miranda
Wilma Harriet
Carol Ruth
Natasha Delaney
Ethan Noah
Belinda Wilma
Corinne Alissa
Carter Allen
Volky Tori
Eric Lance
Erin Jadia
Genna Judith
Zachary Walker
Ty Curtis
Paxton Jett
Preston Brady
Ashton Nicole
Bently Austin
Earlene Cheyenne
Ainsley Tessa
Barbara Elizabeth
Irwin James
Uri James
Steve Devon
Kara Nikki
Emma Brianne
Nancy Abbey
Cari Shana
Florence Kelsie
Tamara Astrid
Lexey Brandy
Gail Lorena
Imaran Ryan
Vincent Steve
Heather Lura
Meissa Sonya
Sierra Ashton
London Emory
Bryden Robert
Shemaria Tara
Darline Janna
Eugene Maxwell
Heltivita Jolana
Natyia Melanie
Presley Larissa
Charlene Lari
Warner Hunter
York Tyler
Joyce Mandi
Genesis Ava
Devin Payton
Veronica Amber
Vincent Moses
Udele Ashleigh
Rylee Austin
Carmen Faye
Bonney Chris
Levi Wade
Florence Kaley
Don Jeremy
Gray Chandler
Logen Sharmin
Beverly Sheron
Gayle Lonnie
Harley Jasmine
Kailah Janis
Nolan Raymond

Chevy Katie
Marcy Leigh
Maggie Leyla
Lori Andrea
Cayden Melanie
Wendy Lynne
Marsha Savannah
Godfrey Mitchel
Georgie Kendal
Alfreda Natalie
Isadore Richard
Kaley Norma
Wendy Storm
Sidney Charles
Malory Sladie
Bene Charlene
Gabby Leanne
Christy Joyse
Jennifer Indy
Isabelle Chip
Rhonda Mandy
Reese Kaylor
Hannah Brittany
Isabel Maple
Maple Keri
Sam Trent
Taylor Nevada
Erin India
Tessah Maha
Ullah Cory
Neva Logan
Neva Lori
Lorena Casey
Bonnie Lena
Janet Ivey
Shirley Latona
Lila Josephine
Victoria Brianna
Kennedy Ellie
Annelise Claire
Alexis Camilla
Nathan Calab
Genesis Brianna
Lexie Daisy
Brynn Clara
Bryson Hudson
Pheope Gemma
Cathy Deanie
Laurel Shea
Hailie Isabel
Karlyn Joyse
Reagan Shelbie
Aaryn Trudy
Irene Hilary
Dayle Nicole
Cindy Darcy
Hayleigh Leia
Harley Jasmine
Gayle Lonnie
Zoe Lynette
Urania Bridget
Xylana Lexi
Zelda Claire
Starla Lonnie
Tabitha Susette
Bridget Kami

Clyrene Kaylor
Darah Ashley
Kira Elise
Helvita Carrine
Lavonne Oliva
Dedria Suzanne
Lida Katherine
Faye Chanzlee
Jolana Beverly
Eleni Joy
June Lisa
Janet Celia
Celena Sandie
Daulene Diana
India Klara
Iva Karyn
Cooper Ava
Gabrielle Ava
Ryanne Tarah
Harper Naomi
Samantha Neveah
Lane Willow
Jaxon Luis
Alexamdra Shaw
Jacob Ryder
Mason Wyatt
Carlos Bryson
Lauren Ansley
Elijah Austin
Rockzan Erica
Latona Hope
Kira Genna
Marcy Celena
Aaron Daulene
Chandra Reigh
Addison Piper
Randi Page
Sophie Bella
Connie Dasa
Charlotte London
Danica Betty
Sophia Racel
Blakey Storm
Irish Autumn
Bradley Payton
Rashawn Sam
Deandra Karly
Mia Faith
Kevin Will
Clyrene Shanna
Rashida Brandie
Mickey Susan
Brandy Juanita
Winona Dayle
Vera Kelsey
Hilary Star
Trinity Chanzlee
Juanita Melynn
Wynter Lexie
Maddie Lavonne
Malie Larissa
Bonney Sarabeth
Ronda Marta
Wendy Amani
Scarlet Emma
Sarah Jewelle
Willow Jessie
Jossie Doniela
Serenity Mariah
Harriett Destiny
Alisa Hannah
Jeffy Tyrus
Bettina Gerty
Erika Merry
Emily Suzanne
Ace Mickey
Toby Vance
Baxter Floyd
Elphia Ivy
Quincy Wallace
Don Cornelius
Adena Lynette
Mandy Tara
Conway Lyle
Rhonda Lynette
Linda Ami
Lamont Dwight
Cora Helma
Lance Martin
Gail Camilla & Justinn Diane

See also: Cabbage Patch Kids Names List 2

Sources:  see main Cabbage Patch Kids page
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199 thoughts on “Cabbage Patch Kid Names List

  1. A few more I just remembered – Elphia Mavis, Nikki Decima, Aidan Kirby, Jill Oriole, Bianca Floria, Mikey Anders, Stacie Lilly, Charlene Jenny, Disa Virginia, Heidi Eloise and my cousin had one named Bunny Jo. My brother’s was named Gabe Norton.

  2. My first cpk was Nessie Zara. Then there was Doris Lynn, Carmen Hope, Carmody Kim, Jennifer Pearly, Walter Samuel, Randolph Ramsey, Pamela Martine, Eveleen Philomene, Nathan Kent, Peter Colin, Glenna Melissa, Bernadine Angie, Barbara Marcile, Claudia Donna, Craig Irving, Katherine Alaine, Adina Serena, Tina Marianne, Lori Beatrice, Ramona Amy, Bethany Catherine, Cicely Candice, Jordan Clea, Laurence Sandy, Erma Helen, Jocelyn Danya, Jerome Fitzgerald, Alix Patty, Catalina Carolin, Taffy Steffi, Glen Marc, Meggi Cicely, Delilah Farrah, Jacqueline Dorinda, Baxter Roland, Nelly Ailsa, Elissa Bianca, RichardZeke, Blake Patton, Esta Gaby, Ricardo Roy, Robert Conrad, Morris Ray, Jeremy Owen, Olive Cornella Darleen, Rosalyn Lynette, Randolph Burgess, Gabe Rudie, Joshua Graham, Lacey Agnes, Gavin Arley, Corning Milhouse, Aria Nan, Jocelyn Riane, Basil Talbot, Julianna Karen, Andreas Emerson, Ione Caprise, Marcel Lee, Davette Chloe, Lavinia Brooke, Allegra Galina, Thea Kayla, Tasha Jania, Tyrone Elvin, Edourd Kirby, Anastasia Paula, Laura Jeri, Lisa Michelle, Robert Andrew, Bobbi Anne, Christina Marie, Amanda Sue, Julia Rose, Kate Lynn, Lois Ann, Lindsey Beth, and Lauren Dana. and Gigi Ernestine. I have others but would have to go look to see what their names are. I just saw Della Lina online posted for sale.

  3. I need help finding information on a cabbage patch doll. Her name is Sherry Kimmie I can’t find any info anywhere. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks

    1. Hi Juan- there is no way to find information about a CPK by its name as Coleco, etc didn’t keep official lists of what kid got what name. The Yello80s lists are made from owner submissions of their kids’ names and names taken from loose adoption papers in auctions, thrift stores, etc. That being said, you can narrow down what time period your kid is from using physical clues outlined on the collectors’ page here- yWuGypC1ZDmdAX)(MVUR%^6V I will add your kid’s name to the list, thanks!

  4. I have one with not hair, named Elberta Gil. Was a present years after I lose if you have picture of this cbp, you can send me please. I don’t foun her name in your list.

    1. The names list is supplied by doll owners and loose doll birth certificates so I wouldn’t have a photo of your doll. I will add Elberta to the list on page 3. Thanks!

  5. Hello I’m looking for information on my cabbage patch kid maybelle phoebe 1985. I can’t find Any information on the internet can you help please? It’s never been out of the box.

    1. Hello- I’ll add Maybelle to the names list, thanks! For collector’s info please visit the Collector page at http://yello80s.com/80s-toys/girls-toys/dolls/cabbage-patch-kids/cabbage-patch-kid-collector-info/ to help identify the type of ‘Kid you have. There is no pricing on the site as this changes constantly depending on what people are willing to pay for the dolls so once you have an idea of your ‘Kid I suggest looking for the same type on eBay to get an idea of the going rate right now (for example: headmold #9, red signature, etc).

  6. hello! I am trying to find out how much my Cabbage Patch doll is her name is Regina Marie I’ve had her since I was a little girl and I cannot find her anywhere on the internet she has the original red signature with the year dated 86 she has the original tags on her side and on the box it says the official Cabbage Patch Kids it was bought from Kmart for $24.97 I am now 35 years old I have had her since 1986 could someone help me please

    1. Hello- I will add Regina to the names list, thanks! For collector’s info please visit the Collector page at http://yello80s.com/80s-toys/girls-toys/dolls/cabbage-patch-kids/cabbage-patch-kid-collector-info/ to help identify the type of ‘Kid you have. There is no pricing on the site as this changes constantly depending on what people are willing to pay for the dolls so once you have an idea of your ‘Kid I suggest looking for the same type on eBay to get an idea of the going rate right now (for example: headmold #9, red signature, etc).

  7. I can’t remember my dolls full name. I remember she was Ada, short brown pigtails. One of the first ones. If you can remember please let me know. Or where can I find a complete list of names. I found one list, but it does not show an Ada at all. :} Thanks

    1. Hello! The Names list is a list compiled by owner submissions so most of these would not be from loose dolls, it is just a list for reminiscing and renaming CPK dolls with an authentic -type name from the Coleco years. Some people even like to give their kids “official” CPK names!

  8. I have a doll that i dont know the name of. He has red,brown hair, candy stripe overalls , and a yellow and blue shirt and kinda blue kinda grey eyes. He also has first edition, and a 1990 copyright with the number 54 in the bottom right corner of his head. My neices grandma passed it to her and I tried looking him but i cant find his name. I was just hoping to find out more him if any one knows.

    1. Unfortunately, unless you have your doll’s original paperwork there is no official listing the manufacturer kept of which doll was given what name at time of sale- the CPK Names list is made up of names people have personally submitted of their dolls’ birth certificates and loose certificates separated from their dolls. From the year and “first edition” on the head I can tell you your doll was from the first year Hasbro began manufacturing CPK dolls after taking over Coleco in the late 80s. The eyes on the head molds of early Hasbro kids are a little smaller and wider apart than the Coleco Kids and their faces are a bit rounder, overall body length is slightly smaller.

  9. I have been collecting for awhile now, but we had a tornado in 2006 and was only able to save one of my dolls she is an African American play along CPK from 2004 and she has medium length(down to butt), beautiful, layered, yarn brown hair and she has a purple checkered onesie with a purple fabric around the (breast area) place with lace dividing it, and has a big, fabric butterfly on it, with butterfly garden floral prints on the sleeves the Xavier Roberts birth mark is Emerald Green. Also, her name is Joasia Miracle and even though I lost all those dolls after 30 years of collecting it was better than nothing that I still had her I guess she really is a miracle! πŸ™‚

  10. Mine is named Joasia Hayeleigh I got her at a goodwill store in 1998 (all we could afford… sad right) for Christmas they said the I could go to goodwill and pick something out, for some reason there was a cabbage patch kid and I picked it up gratefully and at the time it was $3.00. that was the best Christmas an 9 year old could have.

  11. I found two cabbage patch kids at a yard sale without certificates. One is an ’85 from the IC1 factory? with what looks like the original diaper, and one is a Play Along CPK, but doesn’t have a year. Is there any way to identify either?

    1. Identifying a CPK only goes so far as narrowing down the bum signature colour, head mold (small single or double digit number on the back of the head right at the neck) and side tag which pretty much tells you the year and factory initials and this allows you to know what country and factory the Kid is from. If you already know this there isn’t much more you can find out as there is no way to identify what Kid was given what name at manufacturing. This is due to the fact that Coleco sold out to Hasbro back in 1990 and as far as is known no records were kept by Habro of those Kids (or their own manufactured Kids for that matter). What I can say is that IC Kids are favoured by some collectors for their fine “porcelain” like colouring and blushing on the face (I just sold one recently on eBay). They tend to be on the small side and have smaller, bright eyes. The caveat with these Kids is that that lovely skin can turn a greenish tint in sunlight known as “seasickness” so take care of where you display that one.

      Unfortunately, there isn’t much online about the Play Along Kids and I only know they took over and manufactured from 2004-2011.

  12. Our Fire Department just received a donation of two CP kids. One has a black signature with the date of 1983, the tag says OK and she is african american. The other one has a diaper with a red signature (1986?) and the tag says KT. They both have birth certificates and original clothing, all clean with no spots or signs of wear. I have been trying to find values but the info I find is confusing. Like the 1983 girl has one tooth which one blogger says didn’t come out until 1985! Can you please help? We are trying to decide if it would be better to auction/sell these dolls or just give them away to a child in an unfortunate circumstance.

    1. Hi Kristina-

      Ok lets see what you’ve got. Firstly, it’s impossible to give the value of a kid as this fluctuates- anything is only as valuable as people are willing to shell out for. That being said, looking up your Kid’s characteristics on eBay is a good way to see what people are paying at any given time- look for auctions that have bids right now and what the auction started at or search for closed auctions to see what they ended at. When I list I try to list at like a nickel less than the going rate as that usually draws in a first bid. That being said:

      Your 1983 AA baby is from the OK factory which was a Hong Kong factory that manufactured for Coleco. OK kids are a little bigger than other Coleco kids, a bit chubbier and very huggable and playable. AA kids are harder to find and usually bring in a little more if in good condition. If they’re in original clothes all the better. Teeth appear in head molds from several different years so this is why the year and the tooth don’t seem to add up. It could also be that she had a lighter signature from a different year which has faded or darkened from age which happens. The final piece of that mystery is the 1983- most early kids have a tag reading 1978 (9)-1983 because this is the trademark year for Coleco. The headmold (which can be hard to view on her neck if its under hair) tells you exactly what year she’d be from as these don’t change in age.

      Your KT baby is from the Chinese factory that manufactured for Coleco. They’re popular kids who have slightly smaller eyes and good colouring (some other factory kids have problems in the plastic used for their heads that don’t age well). All kids had a diaper in box but many have lost it along the way. The red signature is indeed from 1986 but it could also be that her/ his signature is “rose” and has changed from age which would put it at 1989 at the end of the Coleco run of kids. In either case I think giving these dolls who were created originally to be “adopted” to a child who needs a friend would be an awesome idea as well.

  13. I bought my Mother a CPK in 1984 at a Kroger’s in Murfreesboro, TN. Her name was “Deandra,” and she had yellow hair and a blue and white dress. To me, she looked Dutch.
    Mom gave her away years ago, but I saw the name “Deandra” listed above. Did they use first names only once? If so, does that mean Mom’s “Deandra” is alive and well somewhere?
    Warren

    1. As far as is known Coleco maintained that the kids all had unique combinations of first and middle names (though in my searching I question that from the sheer volume of kids produced but there is no “official” Coleco list to compare to or lookup a kid from). Kid names on the Yello80s list come from several sources- ebay, other auction sites, vintage adoption and birth certificates and personal submissions to the site. While your Deandra could very well be somewhere in the wide world it’s pretty unlikely she ended up on this list. However, there were “Dutch” kids in Dutch costume sold as the Holland edition of the World Traveler Kids series in 1985. Today they’re hard to come by but you see them on eBay once in a while if you are seeking another “Deandra”. In any case, she was a special Kid!

  14. My preemie boy is named Elton Guy. I remember his blue and white knitted wool outfit, his blanket, and most of all he smelled like baby powder. Today my mom has him displayed in the guest room on a stand, in her favorite baseball teams exclusive CP outfit. LOL

      1. Couldn’t figure out how to add a new comment. Mines names were Darissa Tallulah and Lance Collins from the early 80s

  15. I’m hunting for my cabbage dolls name. Calvin Sean.
    He is bald with green eyes.
    A boy. Got him in1980 or 1979

    1. I adopted him in cave spring Georgia.
      First saw him in the river bend mall in Rome Georgia.
      I fell in love with him the first time I saw him.

  16. We have an African American boy cabbage patch date stamped 1988 however we can not find any information on him. His signature is not Xavier Robertson but something different. Not sure if he is fake or real. Can you give any feedback or information. Thanking you in advance

    1. 1989 began the handoff from Coleco to Hasbro for manufacuring. Kids from the years right around this are commonly called “transitional” kids and include the “Designer” line. Some of these kids have Coleco bodies and Hasbro heads or other combos as all parts from Coleco that hand’t been sold under Coleco were grafted into the first Hasbro kids to use them up. It could be you have an early Transitional and they didnt get stamped, or it could be a fakie. There were several copy cat lines of toys cashing in on the CPK success including Taro Kids, Pumpkin Patch Kids and several others in the mid-80s. If he is a softie (soft sculptured head as opposed to vinyl) he could be a home-made doll as there were many patterns on the market during the 80s for people to make their own dolls as well as the “official” soft dolls Xavier Roberts sold independent of Coleco. I’m not especially trained in identifiying Kids but would be really curious as to his signature mark if you could post a pic!

  17. I have Rina Athea and Trent Clifton still in box from 1983 the clear plastic has come undone, but the boxes still good shape. Im trying to find value on these. They were my moms. Does anyone know how to find out their worth

  18. Hello! I’m trying to find out what my sister’s dolls name was. She was a blind pig tailed girl from around 1984. Also, I had one with short blonde hair who I called Ebby. I insist that I made that up but my sister insists that it came with her lol can anyone help?

    1. As far as is known there is no listing of what CPKs of the ’80s were given what names as their manufacturing company Coleco has been out of business for years. The listing on this site is of names submitted by CPK owners of their own ‘Kids or those found on auctions. Coleco maintained that the ‘Kids were unique so names supposedly would not have been re-used and your doll’s name would likely not be here.

        1. According to Coleco at the time, each Kid was entirely unique and had a unique name. That being said, in the 80s there were reports of people seeing duplicate doll heads in factories overseas. To counter this, Coleco stated that though head molds were used multiple times, the eye and hair colour combinations, etc truly made each Kid separate from the others. As for the names, well personally I think they did have a few reused ones but as Coleco was taken over by Hasbro in the late 80s I think we’ll probably never know for sure.

  19. I had 3 Cabbage Patch Kids. My first was Essa Jeanine. 2nd was Jessie Annette and the third was Bess Alexine. I kept all the original names they came with. Also my sister made me 2 Little People dolls that were patterns of Xavier Roberts’. They were Bethany Anne and Alex William.

  20. My daughter was given a used cabbage patch kid named Eleanor. She came with a birth certificate, but we have since lost it πŸ™ The doll is a red head and has a lavender signature (I Googled that color and it said 1988). Is there anyway I can find out her full name and date of birth? Thank you!

  21. My great granddaughter was given a 16″ Cabbage Patch doll but no box or birth certificate. She has blond curls, a blue floral dress, panties and a white bib with a little red lamb on it. She is in really good shape and we would like to find a name and approx worth! Thank you for any info you can give us! My little one now wants to start collecting! The doll also has an emerald green signature on the left cheek/butt, Coleco on a tag plus a number on another place.

    1. Hi Patricia! Glad your great granddaughter is catching Cabbage Patch fever! Unfortunately Yello80s is not able to locate names of previous ‘Kids because as far as I can find, Coleco did not keep a list of the names they used at the time and the ‘Kids have changed hands several times since Coleco was made defunct. There are some links on my main Cabbage Patch Kids page that might help you with information and the original ‘Kids by Xavier Roberts were named out of a depression -era baby name book so if you were looking for an authentic name, something from the 1930s would be accurate. Ebay.com also has a guide to the signatures by colour and what years those correspond to. Happy hunting-sounds like you got a real nice baby πŸ™‚

    2. I had this cabbage patch doll as a girl. Her name is Erica Michelle. I have the birth certificate but have been searching for the doll.

  22. I have a cabbage patch doll from 1984 she has short blonde hair, green eyes and a pacifier. I know her first name is Norma but can’t figure out her middle name. Do you know of any Norma’s from that year?

    1. Hi Melissa – Unfortunately there is no master list from the manufacturer of ‘Kids that were made in the 80s. Coleco, who mass-manufactured the dolls first, went bankrupt and since the then the β€˜Kids have changed many hands so if such a thing existed it probably is in some ex-employee’s attic. It is known that Xavier Roberts’ original dolls were named from a depression-era Baby Book so if you’d like to give her a new, ‘authentic’ middle name, I’d Google “depression-era baby names”.

  23. I have a girl with brown pigtails, blue eyes, 2 dimples and one tooth. She has no clothes. Is there any way I can find out her name
    Please

    1. Unfortunately not that I know of without the original birth cert/adoption papers. Coleco, who mass-manufacturing the dolls first, went bankrupt and since the then the ‘Kids have changed so many hands I doubt there are any master lists out there unless some kind ex-employee is hanging on to one somewhere.

  24. I have a Coleco Preemie CPK girl. She has a yellow tuft of hair and is wearing a little overall type onesie that is light purple checkered on top and white with colored hearts on the bottom, with white shoes and socks. She isn’t opened and has her unopened birth certificate attached. Her name is: Cleo Belinda

  25. I am looking for a 1984-1985 Cabbage Patch doll named Tabitha (brown hair, brown eyes). I purchased her the year my oldest daughter had brain surgery (5years old) and being in the military we moved around quite a bit and it got lost with our household goods. My daughter is now 38 years old and we often reminisce about finding Tabitha one day. Any help or recommendations where to find would make my daughter (she has no idea what I am up to) and me so happy.

    1. Hello Bernice-
      Well the bad news is that Coleco, who made the CPKs during those years has long gone out of business and the Kids have changed hands several times and so have their head moulds. Per http://www.cabbagepatchkids.com/faq which is the official site for CPK, you can’t get a re-issue of a previous Kid, only order a new one that’s close enough. If you’re checked all your relatives’ attics and still can’t find Tabitha, I’d go to eBay for a kid from that era who may not be Tabitha but a darn site closer. I would search “Cabbage Patch girl brown hair” or “Cabbage Patch girl 1984” etc. to see what comes up. You can set search alerts on eBay as well (I have a CPK one that delivers about 1500 new listings daily). Now for that pesky birth certificate- if you don’t remember Tabitha’s middle name you can very well search for a CPK birth certificate / adoption papers for a Kid named Tabitha. Many people just sell the unopened papers and though that sort of search will only pull up listings where the seller has actually listed the name on the papers (sometimes they don’t), again you’ve got an okay chance of finding some to substitute. Best of luck!

      1. I still have the CPK my parents bought me the day my brother was born in 1986. I know her name is Sherry Cassandra but I don’t think her birth certificate is still around. I believe her original clothes are missing. I have been trying to restore her to her original glory. Any idea where I could find authentic Colesco clothes, or are they all the same?

        1. I believe Cabbage Patch Kids will fit into a Newborn size outfit if you’re looking for one of the younger dolls but otherwise- eBay is chock full of them! Just search for vintage Cabbage Patch Kid clothes or Original Cabbage Patch kid clothes or throw in some descriptive terms (dress, colour, etc). I’ve found adorable vintage footwear, glasses and just about anything else you’d want. Etsy.com is also a great resource- if you can’t find vintage clothes I’m sure you find someone who makes them for a custom order. Happy hunting!

  26. Hi their I just got a cabbage patch boy off eBay the doll collector said she never kept the certificate so wondering does anyone know how I can find his name and birth I think he’s an Asian boy I’ll put photo up of him

    1. Would love to see your ‘Kid but I am not sure you would be able to locate his name and birth without the original certificate. Hasbro and Jaxx Pacific make the dolls now so you may want to contact them to see if they kept records – sounds like you may have gotten a Coleco ‘Kid which predated the Hasbro dolls. Coleco used a computer algorithm to generate the names so no two were alike.

      1. I have a cbk from 1984 her name is Dianna Peggie i also have her birth certificate and foot and hand prints. It says father Xaivia Roberts where he was born and year also mother name and year place of birth pretty awesome

  27. I have a red head boy cabbage patch with blue eyes named gunther dean.. He has a pacifier and wears the blue jacket and jeans. I believe he’s from 1978/1982. I have a red headed blue eyed son (my first) and my uncle had this doll saved for me! Pretty awesome.

  28. Some one just gave a Coleco CPK named Ian Dalton. Pretty sure this one came out in around 1985 from the stamp , birth certificate and head stamp yarn blonde color hair and blue eyes. He’s in a teddy bear over alls and beige and white striped shirt and red trim whole outfit.

    1. He was in the box with a crayon. Unopened birth certificate and had tags on him. Dipper is a CPK dipper. He’s really cute and in great shape. Box is a little beat up. One of my mom’s neighbors gave it to my step dad cause they saw my daughter walking her other babies I told her to put this out as a decoration cause he has to be old.

  29. My sister had a cabbage patch when I was little she no longer has it but the name always stuck with me I have searched the internet trying to find it don’t know if I am even spelling it right I’m not the best speller anyway but the name was and I again not sure about the spelling but the name was Jocelyn Irene a name I liked so much I named my first born Joselyn if anyone has an I deal of this cabbage patch please post back thank you

    1. Not sure how you would even find info on her unfortunately. The only Kids I know of that had anything to do with Russia were the World Traveler kids and Russia was one of the featured countries. CPK dolls were not manufactured in Russia but MyCPKCollection.com has some fascinating info on identifying Kids.

  30. I don’t have my cabbage patch kids birth certificate.. I thought she had gotten thrown away. But I came across her today but not finding anything about her. Her name is Reggie Mckenzie. She is blonde with 2 ponytails or brades I can’t remember right now her hair is pulled back in 1 ponytail. Hope someone will be able to help me!!

    1. Unfortunately we do not identify ‘Kids here and I do not know that there is any way outside of contacting Hasbro to see if they kept any information on the Coleco dolls when they acquired them- the only way I know of to pin down a year on your doll would be to examine the signature on your doll’s bottom and the mould year on the base of her head. There is a great guide on ebay here : http://www.ebay.com/gds/Cabbage-Patch-Kids-Authenticity-Signature-and-Tags-/10000000177695996/g.html that can help you determine year and where the doll was made.

  31. Hi don’t suppose anyone could help me my mum had a cabbage patch doll when she was younger her name was ‘mariska wendaline’ so she has told me I may have spelling wrong I’m not sure but for months I’ve been trying to track this doll down to get her and still no luck anywhere if anyone could help maybe I have name wrong or spelling? Thank You!!

    1. Unfortunately there is no way of tracking down dolls by name to have re-issued or to find the original doll through Cabbage Patch proper- supposedly all ‘Kids are unique and were not renamed. I’m sure I totally believe this but that was the story anyhow from Babyland General. They go on to say:

      “Check our website or visit BabyLand General Hospital to see the latest crop of Cabbage Patch Kids currently available. If you are looking for a particular skin tone, eye color or hair color, it is very likely we will have something similar to what you remember. If you want a baby with a specific name, you may try our renaming option to get the name you want.
      The Cabbage Patch Kids available for adoption today may not be identical to earlier Cabbage Patch Kids as styles have changed.

      So you may be able to find a similar doll or check eBay for something similar. Sorry that wasn’t a better answer!

  32. I have a girl cabbage patch kid named,
    Cecelia Moira and a boy named, Bruce Sylvester!
    Do you know what year they’d be from?
    I’m thinking i got them around 1985.

    1. I had a CPK named Skip Gail. I don’t remember any of the others but him. I was beginning to wonder if I had created some strange name for him but looking at this list, I am certain I didn’t come up with that on my own.

  33. I’ve just came acrossa letter I wrote to my gran nearly 30yrs ago with a little birth certificate I had made stating she was now officially a great gran to my cabbage patch doll she had bought for my Xmas lol her name was joceyln lina born sept 1st not sure of year. I can’t see name above and wondered if you knew how I could find out more. I can’t remember what she looks like would love to see a pic.

    1. Wow that’s really cool you were such a thoughtful kid! Unfortunately I have no idea how to find out about a ‘Kid by name only but these two guides are really good at other identifyng factors and are just plain fun to read: Ebay’s Identification Guide, CPK Diana’s blog. I’m not sure how to even go about finding out more as Coleco sold out to Hasbro in the 90s and being so huge, I doubt Hasbro kept any records on the previous editions of company products they bought out other than moulds. That’s the only other place I can think of though- Hasbro.

    1. Unfortunately I don’t- I don’t know that there is a way to look up years the dolls were made in by name or if Hasbro even keeps a master list from the Coleco editions after they took over.

  34. Hello, I have a new in box Preemie Cabbage Patch Doll. Her name is Nancy Anne. I can’t find her online anywhere. I was wondering if she was rare. Has anyone ever heard of her. She has a pacifier and is wearing all blue with a blue hat.
    Thanks!

    1. Yello80s does not price or research value of the dolls but if you’re looking for more info I’d check out eBay’s CPK guide- just search for Cabbage Patch Kid Guide, they have a page with info on the dolls from different years.

    1. UNfortunately I can’t give you a value on a CPK- you’d either have to contact Hasbro directly through the CPK official site or you can look on Ebay for similar dolls as to what they’re going for currently.

  35. Have Olive Nathalie 1978/84 version….She’s immaculate and I have saved her for my daughter 1st Birthday in a couple of weeks…still.has original birth certificate and never sent off for the adoption papers. Can this still be done I wonder?

    1. You know I just bought an unopened doll from 1985 named Marcie Juliann and the papers are unopened- I wondered the same thing… maybe we should try and find out! What a great present for your daughter!

  36. I still have one (wow…she’s gotta be ‘over 30 Years old’ now-lol) & her name is Beatrix Ronni. Brown braids & she is wearing a red dress. Red stockings, too. She still smells like that baby powder smell when I 1st got her…she hangs out w/all my stuffed animals I still have in the guest bedroom, waiting for our guests!

  37. I had a boy called archie bald philip he had red curly hair green eyes he wore a blue and white stripy t shirt with an orange jacket blue jeans and trainers. Wish I knew where he is now my daughter has two of the most recent ones mine was from the 80s hope archie went to some one who cared as much as I did x

  38. I had an orange haired girl with green eyes Named Alexia Divina that I got in 1983 in 1984 I bought my first boy doll Antione Vic (I still have him) in 1986 I was given a Koosa who I called Punky, it had a mohawk.

  39. i got my first CPK when i was 3…(1985) her name was Edna Beverly and i loved it… i had an aunt Edna and my grandmother’s middle name was Beverly so it was perfect. i still have her to this day. i also got lucky with my boy CPK i received twins a Donald and Quinn loved the uniqueness of Quinn and Donald was my Uncles name <3

  40. I have my original cabbage patch doll from ’85 or ’86 but her name wasn’t listed, Samantha Valda. She’s the only one i keep unpacked, the others are stored away. I even have a Coosa but she didn’t come with a name so I called her Jenny

    1. As far as I know the Koosas weren’t named- they had that little sticker for their tags you could name them yourself, I guess because they were meant as ‘pets’ whereas the Kids you were ‘adopting’ and already had names to make them more real. Valda is a unique name…

  41. my cabbage patch baby was named Dorita Jo πŸ™‚ she was a 90s baby and came in a paper hat and gown that you had to remove to find out of it was a boy or girl.

  42. mine was called rosie lucinda, and i’m pretty positive i got her in 1987. she had blonde hair and blue eyes, and came in a white dress printed with little yellow flowers. i still have her at my parents’ house, but her papers have been missing since their last move. i had a koosa, too, but i was much more fond of rosie, whom i still treasure.

  43. I was soooo excited to finally get my CPK and even more so to rip open the Birth Certificate to see his given name… BARTHOLOMEW!!!! I was so devastated! I remember filling out the Change of Name portion on the Birth Certificate and walking it to the mail box that very day. I even received a new Birth Certificate. To this day I wonder WHY Bartholomew????

    1. Yeah I know my first Coleco Kid (I had a soft sculpture one prior) was named Fanny and while that is an awful name, my British husband is like doubly, WHY???? When I found out Xavier Roberts used baby books from the 30s to name his creations it all made sense…. But too bad Coleco didn’t update a little when they started manufacturing. Like, at least take some baby books from the 60s….

    2. Does anyone know where to find how much my 4 cabbage patch kid dolls are worth, and sell them? I have 2 that say on the bottom of the box 2004, 1 2006, and 1 2011.

  44. I had an orange pony-tailed girl named Callandra Merle. Even as a child I found that name so strange. But she was the only doll out that had close to red hair and I wanted one so bad.

      1. How can I figured out a way to tell what kind of cabbage patch kids I have the boxes are missing but they are still new with the birth certificates I can’t seem to find them on google and could really use some help on identifying them my email is robin52071@hotmail.com if you could help me

  45. Bought my 1yr old daughter her first cabbage patch doll for christmas Sheryl Maddie bday 31st oct..My sister had one when she was little called Tamara Yvonne πŸ™‚

  46. My doll was named Eloisa Delta. She had 2 red braided ponytails with blue eyes and a blue and white dress. I still have her at my parents house.

  47. I still have mine from 1984- Leah Amber- with a green signature on her bottom, and red braids/blue eyes. I wish I could have replacement adoption papers made for her, but the CPK site doesn’t seem to offer that. πŸ™ And I wish I hadn’t cut off her body tag as a kid, but I felt like “real” babies don’t have tags! lol Thanks for the terrific names list!

  48. I had one (got her in 1984) with red hair in plaits and a red & white gingham dress. Her name was Ophelia Faye πŸ™‚ Just bought a vintage ’80s CPK for my daughter off ebay and as she no longer had her papers we’ve named her Ophelia Faye in memory of mine πŸ™‚

  49. I inherited about 40 dolls, they were a collection so are all new, but her husband trying to help threw the boxes away to save space. Is there anyway to tell which birth certificate goes with which doll or does it matter which one I put with them?

    1. That is an unbelievable amount of dolls… I don’t know that there is a record of them if they’re vintage dolls because Coleco sold out to Hasbro in 1989. You might want to email billie.cameron@cabbagepatchkids.com who does some replacement adoption papers for certain kids- I don’t know what the criteria are so he may have some sort of record or know where to get one. If you’re just keeping them for your own collection I’d say name them as you see fit!

  50. I have a Chicago Cubs player cabbage patch kid named Patrick Gil from the mid ’80s. I am curious what the value is? I’ve never opened it. I’m a big Cubs fan so I don’t think I’ll ever sell it!

  51. Thank u for the list of names but the dolls I have still in their boxes weren’t on there. Ace Thurman and Joelle Arleen. What list would they be on. They’re from 1985.

    1. There isn’t an official CPK names list from the company that I know of and believe me, I’ve looked. I made this list up from my own personal curiosity and nostalgia- I literally comb through eBay, online sites, friends, toy shoppes, etc etc to pick up names that were used on actual CPKs. If it’s true (the company alleges it is) that names aren’t re-used, then hopefully you have unique ‘Kids and that’s that. I’m adding them to the Yello80s list though so it stays the biggest and best list on the web!

        1. I bought my son a CPK possibly in 84 or 85 he wasn’t a preemie I don’t think but his name was Byrne Luis! Wonder if a connection there? I only bought him because my sons last name is Byrne – I still have him but idk where the papers are he has green overalls

    1. I don’t see why not. Very early soft sculpture dolls didn’t always have names and the birth certificate/adoption papers thing were native to the Coleco dolls in the 80s which carried over up to the current ones. As far as getting papers for it- I don’t see that the official company does any which I think is really crappy because what would it take to issue papers on CPK official letterhead? If you’re buying new you can go to the official site and search in the Exclusive Kids section – you can sort Kids by colour, birthdate, name, etc and choose that way but can’t like, issue your own name: http://www.cabbagepatchkids.com/other-exclusives.html Then again I’m sure someone on Pinterest has a printout or something you can make your own papers from….

  52. my daughter Lianna had one called Kyra Lianna…me and my friend hunted high and low for one with her name on it…… both their birthdays were in decenber as well….. <3

  53. Mine was called Nelda Sonia. Ginger hair in plaits wearing burgundy dungaries, white shirt and white trainers with pink stripes. My friends was called Willomena Billy.

  54. Hello there, I was wondering if anyone knew a site that tells you the value of Cabbage Patch Kids? My Mother has a 1984 lil girl named Mamie Bridget.

  55. I have one that is named Dorinda she has red hair and it smells really nice. I have had her for over 18years now and her hair still smells the same as when I first got her…

  56. My little girl had one (she’s almost 14 now) called Lily Rose. She had a light green dress and her birthday was the 1st December the same as my daughter which was a stroke of luck.

    1. I’ve looked around for her too but can’t find anything- I always say go right to eBay because it’s jam packed with CPKs and I’ve gotten 3 extremely good condition original Koosas with tags on there for under $15 each but you have to do some shopping because I notice a lot of the descriptions do not include the original names but often will include photos of the adoption papers you can confirm with there. There was also a woman named Diana who used to do gorgeous custom dolls and repairs but no longer does this. Her site definitely is worth a look- Diana’s Patch.

      Facebook has a vintage restoration group that teaches restoration techniques- I would take a look there and see if you can’t find someone to do a custom doll for you if you don’t find any luck on auction sites. I thought the official CPK site was doing customs but can’t find it on there anymore. They do have a ‘imperfect’ section w/o boxes you might want to comb through and see if you find something close to Alisa on there as you can narrow search by Kid features.

    1. I’ve looked around for him but can’t find anything- I always say go right to eBay because it’s jam packed with CPKs and I’ve gotten 3 extremely good condition original Koosas with tags on there for under $15 each but you have to do some shopping because I notice a lot of the descriptions do not include the original names but often will include photos of the adoption papers you can confirm with there. There was also a woman named Diana who used to do gorgeous custom dolls and repairs but no longer does this. Her site definitely is I’ve looked around for her too but can’t find anything- I always say go right to eBay because it’s jam packed with CPKs and I’ve gotten 3 extremely good condition original Koosas with tags on there for under $15 each but you have to do some shopping because I notice a lot of the descriptions do not include the original names but often will include photos of the adoption papers you can confirm with there. There was also a woman named Diana who used to do gorgeous custom dolls and repairs but no longer does this. Her site definitely is worth a look- Diana’s Patch.

      Facebook has a vintage restoration group that teaches restoration techniques- I would take a look there and see if you can’t find someone to do a custom Jeffy for you if you don’t find any luck on auction sites. I thought the official CPK site was doing customs but can’t find it on there anymore. They do have a ‘imperfect’ section w/o boxes you might want to comb through and see if you find something close to Jeffy on there as you can narrow search by Kid features.

  57. I had several- Bettina Gerty, Erika Merry (preemie),Emily Suzanne, Toby Vance, Ace Mickey and Baxter Floyd (twins), Elphia Ivy(baby)

  58. My doll was named Quincy Wallace I change it to Wallace Quincy I still have him but want to trace his birth cirtificate

    1. Thanks for sharing about your CPK baby! I would look on ebay- I have an alert set up for CPK stuff and there are always people selling separate papers- the thing is you have to look at the photos. Few sellers include the baby name in their listing but they usually have detailed photos. I have seen international papers sold in lots as well. You can also set up an eBay search notice for just adoption papers so you don’t get all the doll stuff. My other try would be to contact Cabbage Patch Kids directly and see if they can issue you a certificate (I’m sure they would charge) if you don’t need it to be an original.

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  60. I have a doll. Called eberta jacoba I can’t find her anywhere . Do you know how I can find what she’s worth

    1. Lovey, according to the official cabbage patch kid site:

      How can I determine the value of my Cabbage Patch Kid or Little Person?
      There are literally hundreds of thousands of different Cabbage Patch Kids that have been delivered in the past 30 plus years making it impossible for us to monitor individual values. The true value of an individual Cabbage Patch Kid or Little Person is the re-adoption fee a third party might be willing to give you for your specific Kid or Baby. You may want to consider joining our Collector’s Club so that you can communicate with other members who are looking to readopt Cabbage Patch Kids or you may want to visit auction websites such as Ebay to find similar Cabbage Patch Kids being offered for re-adoption. In order to request maximum value for your Cabbage Patch Kid from a collector, you should be able to provide the baby’s original adoption papers and original clothing.

      Vague, I know. An ebay doll seller write that CPK does not list doll values anymore since the bottom fell out of their market but from older collector books price estimates used to be determined by the following:

      Blue signing on the butt/body = 1978 starting at 1500.00 each
      Red is 1978 as well 1200.00
      Burgundy 1979 900.00
      purple 1979
      X Christmas 1979 1,200.00
      bronze 1980 1200.00
      preemie 1980 650.00
      celebrity 1980
      grand edition
      new ears 1981 125.00
      ears 1982
      green 1983
      kp dark green 1983
      kpr red edition 1983
      emerald edition 1984
      sold
      Colelco 1983 black stamp

      Again though, a year ago people could be paying twice what they are now for the same characteristics so checking the auction sites to see what similar dolls to yours are going for probably is the best but the above list would give you a guide if she has any of those characteristics. The main factors would be if she has her original papers and what colour she has the maker’s signature in. Hope that hellps!

    1. I had 7 Kids- I know one of them was called Darryl and one was Fannie but I seriously can’t recall the other ones and they’re long gone unfortunately.

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