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Our Eustice family comes from Ireland.  We do not know which city they emigrated from or when.  But our guess is around 1840`s and the city of Dublin.

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Eustace Household Heads listed in the Tithe Applotment Books

Tithe Applotment Books (1820-1838):
The Tithe Applotment Books record the results of a unique land survey taken to determine the amount of tax payable by landholders to the Church of Ireland, which was the established church of Ireland until 1869. They are known as the Tithe Applotment Books because the results of this land survey were originally compiled in nearly 2,000 hand-written books. This data set represents
a virtual census for pre-Famine Ireland. Since it covers all of Ireland, it is immensely important in terms of constructing, not just an image of a particular family line, but of wider social conditions in the country.

In the original enumeration, each landholder was recorded along with details such as townland, size of holding, land quality and types of crops. The amount of tithe payable by each landholder was based on all of these factors and calculated by a formula using the average price of wheat and oats from 1816-23. Most parishes had at least one tithe survey from 1820-38 while some had two or more. The results of each were carefully laid out in a large book prepared for the purpose, hence the title by which this archive is known to genealogists — the Tithe Applotment Books (TAB). Some parts of the country were exempt from paying tithe, among them glebe lands (land occupied by established clergymen), granges (land which in pre-Reformation times had belonged to a monastery) and all towns.

The Tithe Applotment Books are not comprehensive and some parts of the country were not surveyed. It should not be assumed that these 'exceptions' from the tithe survey were due to parishes being overlooked since there are usually explanations as to why they were tithe-free. In some cases there are no tithe books because a certain parish did not exist, or was part of another parish, at the time of the survey. There were also some parishes outside parochial jurisdiction, such as the above-mentioned granges, while glebe lands and all towns were also exempt. Since towns were exempt, household heads such as tradesmen and laborers, and did not occupy land were not listed.

Eustace Household Heads (Tithe Applotment Books {1823-1835})

1.      Doctor Eustace; County Dublin, Glasnevin Parish, Hampsted Townland, (1823);

2.      Ephraim Eustace;  Co. Wexford, St. Mary's Parish, Butler’s Land Townland, (1824);

3.      James Eustace; Co.Westmeath, Leny Parish: Rathburnett, Orurse, Rathbennett or Charterschool Townland, (1824);

4.      James Eustace; Killeen Parish, Ballybrackan Townland, County Kildare, (1824);

5.      Michael Eustace; Knocknahooan Parish, Killimer Townland, County Clare, (1824);

6.      Simon Eustace; Grangecon Parish, Baltinglass Townland, Dublin & Kildare Counties, (1824);

7.      Edward Eustace, Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (182X);

8.      Major Joseph Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

9.      Major Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

10.  Major Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

11.  Major Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

12.  Robert Eustace, Esquire; County Carlow, Barragh Parish, Cranes Townland; (1825);

13.  Robert Eustace, Esquire; Barragh Parish, Newstown Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

14.  Robert Eustace, Esquire; Barragh Parish, Rathvarine Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

15.  Sylvester Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

16.  William Eustace; Fennagh Parish, Castlemore Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

17.  Edmond Eustace; Kilmichael Parish, Cahermurphy Townland, County: Clare (1826);

18.  Ephraim Eustace; Old Ross Parish, Craken Townland, County Wexford (1826);

19.  James Eustace; Crumlin Parish, Bluebell Townland, County Dublin, (1826);

20.  John Eustace; Kilmichael Parish, Cahermurphy Townland, County Clare, (1826);

21.  William Eustace; Abington Parish, Rathhordan Townland, County Limerick, (1826);

22.  ______ Eustace; Saggart Parish, Newtown Townland, County Dublin, (1827);

23.  Captain (Charles Stannard) Eustace; Ardnurcher Parish, Kilnacreeve Townland, Co. Westmeath, (1827);

24.  Edward Eustace, Ullard Parish, Ballymurragh, Townland, County Kilkenny (1827);

25.  George Eustace; Rathcoole Parish, Commons Townland, County Dublin, (1827);

26.  James Eustace; Cashel Parish, Collum Townland, County Longford, (1827);

27.  Oliver Eustace, Myshall Parish, Myshall townland, County Carlow, (1827);

28.  Oliver Eustace, Myshall Parish, Myshall townland, County Carlow, (1827);

29.  Oliver Eustace, Myshall Parish, Myshall townland, County Carlow, (1827);

30.  Patrick Eustace, Rathcoole Parish, Commons Townland, County Dublin, (1827);

31.  Thomas Eustace; Myshall Parish, Myshall Townland, County Carlow, (1827);

32.  William Eustace; Erry Parish, Rathordan Townland, County Tipperary, (1827);

33.  Mrs. ______ Eustace; Carlow Parish, Burrin St East Side Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

34.  ______ Eustace; Ardristan Parish, Aghade Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

35.  Edward Eustace; Ardristan Parish, Roscat Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

36.  Edward Eustace, Esquire; Ardristan Parish, Ellengrove Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

37.  Edward Eustace; Graiguenamanagh Parish, Fisher’s Graig Townland, County Kilkenny, (1828);

38.  Captain J. Eustace; Carlow Parish, Dublin Street Chapel Lane Townland, Co. Carlow, (1828);

39.  James Eustace, Esquire; Ardristan Parish, Ardristan Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

40.  James Eustace, Esquire; Ardristan Parish, Ardristan Townland, County Carlow, (1828);

41.  Edward Eustace; Balrothery Parish, Balbriggan Townland, County Dublin, (1829);

42.  Edward Eustace; Balrothery Parish, Dublin Street, Balbriggan, County Dublin, (1830);

43.  Edward Eustace; Ballymacormick Parish, Farnagh Townland, County Longford, (1830);

44.  James Eustace; Ballymacormick Parish, Farnagh Townland, County Longford, (1830);

45.  John Eustace; Youghal Parish, Kilnatoura Townland, County Cork, (1830);

46.  Patrick Eustace; Ballymacormick Parish, Farnagh Townland, County Longford, (1830);

47.  Stephen Eustace; Aughmacart Parish, Newtown Townland, Queen’s County, (1830);

48.  William Eustace; Ballymacormick Parish, Farnagh Townland, Co. Longford, (1830);

49.  James Eustace; Templemichael Parish, Bog Lots Townland, Co. Longford, (1831);

50.  Chris Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Lescheans Townland, County Wicklow, (1833);

51.  Chris James Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Kilbride Townland, County Wicklow, (1833);

52.  Christopher Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Lescheans (Lisheen) Townland, County Dublin, (1833);

53.  Chryse Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Lescheans (Lisheen) Townland, County Wicklow, (1833);

54.  Edward Eustace; Killann Parish, Greenane Townland, County Wexford, (1833);

55.  Edward Eustace; Fethard Parish, Grange Townland, County Wexford, (1833);

56.  James Eustace; Kellistown Parish, Kellistown Townland, County Carlow, (1833);

57.  James Eustace; Templemichael Parish, Knockahaw Townland, County Longford (1833);

58.  James Michael Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Ballyfolan Townland, County Dublin, (1833);

59. Joshua Eustace; Youghal Parish, Doctor's Quarter Townland, County Cork, (1833);

60. Joshua Eustace, Esquire; Templemichael Parish, Killea Townland, Co. Waterford, (1833);

61. Oliver Eustace; Kilbride Parish, Ballyfolan Townland, County Dublin, (1833);

62. Mrs. ____ Eustace; Roscommon Parish, Church Park and Ballypheson Townland, Co. Roscommon, (1834);

63. Oliver Eustace; Tipperkevin Parish, Tipperkevin Townland, County Dublin, (1834);

64. Patrick Eustace; Templeludigan Parish, Ballywilliam Townland, County Wexford, (1834);

65. Patrick Eustace; Templeludigan Parish, Ballywilliam Townland, County Wexford, (1834);

66. Robert Eustace, Esquire; Moyacomb Parish, Leaney Townland, County Carlow, (1834);

67. Robert Eustace, Esquire; Moyacomb Parish, Leaney Townland, County Carlow, (1834);

68. George Eustace; Rathcoole Parish, Rathcoole Townland, County Dublin, (1835);

69. Patrick Eustace; Rathcoole Parish, Rathcoole Townland, County Dublin, (1835);

70. John Eustace; Tullamaine Parish, Graigalug Townland, County Carlow, (1835);

71. Edward Euestace; Kiltrisk Parish, Coolatrindle Townland; County Wexford, (1834);

72. Patrick Eustace; Gilbertstown Parish, Rathrush Townland, County Carlow, (1834);

73. James Eustice; Dunleckny Parish, Barret`s Square Townland, County Carlow, (1825);

74. Edward Eustice; Templemichael Parish, Longford Townland, County Longford, (1826);

75. John Eustice; Kilrush Parish, Gowerhass Townland, County Clare, (1826);

76. Michael Eustice Kilrush Parish, Knockkerry Townland, County Clare, (1826);

77. Patrick Eustice; Kilrush Parish, Gowerhass Townland, County Clare, (1826);

78. Sinon Eustice; Kilrush Parish, Gowerhass Townland, County Clare, (1826);

79. Mr. Edward Eustice; Ullard Parish, Ballymorrough Townland, County Kilkenny (1827);

80. Christy Eustice; Ballyburly Parish, Barrysbrook Townland, Kings County (1831);

81. Michael Eustice; Ballyburly Parish, Barrysbrook Townland, Kings County (1831);

82. Luke Ustry (Eustace); Shrule Parish, Gurteen Townland, County Longford, (182X);

These pages Ronald Eustice, 2011