Hi dear Jerry!
Thanks for query to me, here are some results from Polish etymological works:
From your "Adeszko, Adaszko, Adiszko, Adoszko, Aduszko", the Polish would be Adasko = Adas~ko (fully spelled in Polish as Adaśko), derived from the name Adam, noted in Poland from the 12th century.
Surname location in the present-day Poland? Basing on Polish census 2002, they were only 190 adults here surnamed Adaśko, and the surname cradle would be as central Poland old Russia Empire, the town of Wegrow and Sokolow Polaski/area, and from south Poland old Austria-Hungary Empire, the town of Nowy Sacz/area:
Ending -kiewicz is tipical for east Poland, means the son of..., for eg Marcinkiewicz was the son of Marcin.
Hope this helps a bit, POWODZENIA PAN JERRY!
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