Sauvey family page
Louis Napoleon George Charles Sauvey married Jane Elizabeth Jean in St Martin in 1882
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Origins of surname
Found in Normandy in a variety of spellings, this name came from the personal name Sauve, originally from the Latin salvius.
Found in Jersey records in a variety of spellings, this surname first appeared in the 1840s.
- Le Sauve
Great War service
- Charles George Sauvey (1895- ) (Cornwall) ex-RMIJ, Private, Canada, wounded
- Francis Andrew Sauvey (1898- ) (St Mt) Private, Hampshire Regiment
- John Mitchell Sauvey (1887- ) (Cornwall), Able Seaman, Royal Australian Navy, HMAS Australia
- Thomas Henry Sauvey (1899- ) (St Mt), Private, Dorset Regiment
- Alfred William Sauvey (St Mt), Sergeant, Canada
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