Eustice family in Ireland
Our Eustice family comes from Ireland. We do not know which
city they emigrated from or when. Thanks to Ronald
DNA tests we will soon find out.
The DNA test shows us that our Eustice family have common ancestors
from County Clare and the Longford
group. The latest results from
Counties Offally and Wicklow show a remarkable similarity to our
700.000 people are connected to
european Royalty. Count Eustice in Artois France, Eustice of
Boulogne and so on.
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Today our family lives in New Jersey - USA.
We like to know the parents name of Patrick Eustice +
City or County in Ireland. Contact
Origin Displayed: Irish
Spelling variations include: Eustace, Eustice, Eustes, Eustach,
Eustis and others. Read
Eustice - First found in Kildare where they held a family seat from ancient
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants
were: Mary Eustace who settled in New England in 1724; Edward, Mary,
Patrick, Robert and Thomas Eustace who arrived in Philadelphia between
1840 and 1865.
What does the Eustace - Eustice name mean?
English: from the personal name Eustace
(Latin Eustacius, from Greek Eustakhyos, meaning "fruitful"
, blended with the originally distinct name Eustathios
"orderly". The name was borne by various minor saints, but little
is known of the most famous St. Eustace, patron saint of hunters, said
to have been converted by the vision of a crucifix between the antlers
of a hunted stag. In some cases this may be an Americanized form of a
Greek family name based on Eusthathios, such as Eustathiadis or
Eustice is the 18,722nd most
popular last name (surname) in the United
States; frequency is 0.001%; percentile is 77.420
Eustice father is William Eustice. We are now one step
closer. Bridget Regan - who is she and were did she come from in
Do you have any information of Theodore
Eustice? He died in 1892 at the age of 50. He is buried in
Fairview Cemetery N.J Read more: Eustice