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Early Origins of the Sawa family


The surname Sawa was first found in Silesia. The surname is a toponym for someone who came from Zawada or Zawady. Both are derived from the "zawada" which means "obstruction", "fortress", "obstacle" or "impediment" as in the toponyms Zawada and Zawady. Today, there are numerous places named Zawada and Zawady throughout modern-day Poland.

Early History of the Sawa family


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Sawa Spelling Variations


Spelling variations of this family name include: Zawadsky, Zawadski, Zavadsky, Zawadzki, Zawada, Zawadowski, Zawadowsky, Sawadsky, Sawatsky, Sawatski, Sawatzky, Sawatzki, Zawatsky, Zawatzki and many more.

Migration of the Sawa family to the New World and Oceana


Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Jacob Sawatski, who sailed to New York in 1884, Franz, Henry, Jacob, John and Peter Sawatzke migrated to Manitoba in 1875, Cornelius Sawatzki migrated to Manitoba in 1874, Gerhard Sawatzki sailed to New York in 1878, Abraham Sawatzky sailed to New York in 1874 with his wife and children..

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