It’s spelled “cache”.
Historical Examples

I established my camp at the head of cashe’s creek, three miles above Mr. Yeamans.’
A Texas Cow Boy Chas. A. Siringo

I rode up to mother’s little shanty on cashe’s creek after being on the road just a month and twelve days.
A Texas Cow Boy Chas. A. Siringo


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