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Sword: Origin and places
A Saxon, so called in Holland. In Athelstan's song of victory, given in the Saxon Chronicles, a.d. 938, secce signifies a fight; seega, a warrior; seax or secce, a sword, any sharp instrument. Latin, sica, a dagger.
Origin of the Last Name Sword
Sword: Place of Origin :  Strathclyde (United Kingdom) |  Tayside (United Kingdom) |  Lothian (United Kingdom) |  Northumberland (United Kingdom) |  Norfolk (United Kingdom) |  County Durham (United Kingdom)
Sword: Family Trees of the Swords
SWORD Ettrick, Selkirkshire, Nether Dalgleish (Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1804 - 1813
SWORD Gladsmuir, Haddingtonshire (East Lothian) (Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1798 - 1818
SWORD (In-Law) (United Kingdom) 1850 - 1857
SWORD Glasgow, Lanarkshire (Strathclyde, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1783 - 1801
SWORD Greenock, Renfrewshire (Strathclyde, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1864 - 1932
SWORD Seafield, Greenock, Renfrewshire (Strathclyde, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1842 - 1849
SWORD Dundee, Angus (Tayside, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1761 - 1810
SWORD Dalkeith, Midlothian (Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1861 - 1868
SWORD Kilsyth, Stirling (Central, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1620 - 1824
SWORD Kilsyth, Stirlingshire (Central, Scotland, United Kingdom) 1782 - 1789

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