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House of Shervashidze

Coat of arms of the Shervashidze 19th century

The Shervashidze, Chachba or Chachibaia (

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Today, the most senior branch of the family lives in Bulgaria and USA, where they emigrated after the First World War.[2]

Although the surname is given in a standard Treaty of Georgievsk.

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