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Some Eustace Families of County Wexford

Eustace Families of County Wexford:
Members of the Eustace family have lived in County Wexford as early as the 17th Century. Griffith's Valuation and the 1901 and 1911 Irish census records show that Eustace families lived in at least three different parts of County Wexford; Gorey, New Ross, and the area around Bannow, Fethard and Kilmore on the south coast of Ireland. The family is still present in Wexford. Research continues to attempt to link these families, current and past. Following is a brief sketch of what we currently know.

The most prominent monument in the Grange Cemetery outside of Kilmore, County Wexford is a beautifully scripted slab with sculpted angels and crests set in the wall of the ancient crumbling chapel. The inscription reads:
"Here lies WALTER WHITTY of Ballyteigue, etc., Esquire, who died the 9th of November, in the year of the Lord 1630, and Helen, his wife, daughter of HAMMOND STAFFORD, of Ballyconnor, Gentleman, who died April 27th, in the year of the Lord 1646 - and CATHERINE, the first wife of RICHARD WHITTY, Esquire, who died the 18th of August, in the year 1646 - in whose honor the same RICHARD, the first born of the aforesaid WALTER and HELEN, with his own second wife, CATHERINE EUSTACE, daughter of OLIVER EUSTACE, of Ballynunnery (County Carlow), Esquire, cause me (this monument) to be erected, 29th January, 1647".

Act for Re-settling Ireland of 1652:
James Eustace of Ballyaghkeen, County Wexford;

Dispossessed Eustace Landowners of Ireland of 1664:
James Eustace of Turkill, Richard Eustace of Rakingrany; assignee to the said James;

Index to Prerogative Wills of Ireland:
John Eustace of New Ross; tallow chandler; 1802;

Source unknown:

Brigeda Eustace, Dec 24, 1831;

Griffiths Valuation of Ireland:
Ireland’s Valuation office conducted its first survey of property ownership and occupancy in Ireland from 1848 to 1864. The Tenement Act of 1842 provided for a uniform valuation of all property in Ireland, to be based on the productive capacity of land and the potential rent of buildings. This survey became known as “Griffiths Valuation” after Richard Griffith who was the director of the office at that time. The survey was used to determine the amount of tax each person should pay towards the support of the poor within their poor law union. This involved determining the value of all privately held lands and buildings in rural as well as urban areas to figure the rate at which each unit of property could be rented year after year. The resulting survey was arranged by barony and civil parish with an index to the townlands appearing in each volume.

Daniel Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: St. Mary’s New Ross
Location: New Ross.
Daniel Eustace, age about 76 years died in 1879.

Edward Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Fethard
Location: Grange.

Edward Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Killann
Location: Greenan.

Edward Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Kulnamanagh
Location: Ballyedmond.

Edward Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Templeludigan
Location: Ballywilliam.
Notes:

1)      Edward Eustace, born c. 1794, died 1869, age 75 at New Ross;

2)      Edward Eustace, born c. 1803, died 1878, age 75 at New Ross;

3)      Edward Eustace, born c. 1822, died 4 November 1885, age 53 at Courtown;

4)      Edward Eustace, born c. 1837, blacksmith, age 50, died 2 June 1887;


John Eustace, County Wexford

Parish: Ishartmon
Location: Grange.
Notes:

1)      John Eustace, of Linkstown/Lingstown, Wexford, born c. 1803, died 5 February 1878, married.


John Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Kiltennell
Location: Ballymoney Upper.

John Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Newbawn
Location: Raheevarren.

Joseph Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: St. Mary’s New Ross
Location: New Ross.
Joseph Eustace, born c. 1788, died 1864, age 76 at New Ross;

Judith Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Tomhaggard
Location: Genstown.

Michael Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: St. Mary’s New Ross
Location: Irishtown (New Ross).

Oliver Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: St. Mary’s New Ross
Location: New Ross.
Oliver Eustace, born c. 1806, died 1870, age 64 at New Ross;

Patrick Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Fethard
Location: Fethard.

Paul Eustace, County Wexford
Parish: Kilcavan
Location: Knockina.
Paul Eustace, born c. 1806, died 1864, age 76 at Gorey;

William Eustace, County Wexford
Parish Kiltrisk
Location: Coolatrindle.
William Eustace, born c. 1809, died 1874, age 65 at Gorey;

The following is a compilation of information on various Eustace families taken from baptismal, marriage and burial records and census data. The list is chronological based on marriage dates.

1819 (Ballymoney, County Wexford)

John Eustace (c. 1800-1867) married Catherine (Kate) Morris (1798-1874) and lived at Ballymoney, County Wexford. John is probably the same John Eustace who was listed as a household head in Griffith’s Valuation living at Kiltennell, Ballymoney Upper. He may be the John Eustace, of Linkstown, Wexford, born c. 1803, who died 5 February 1878, married. Catherine Eustace died 21 July 1874 at age 76.
John and Kate (Morris) Eustace were the parents of at least six children:

  1. Anastasia Eustace, born about 1826 married Raymond Brien in 1855 in Riverchapel, County Wexford. Anastatia Brien, a widow, died January 3, 1897 at age 65;

  2. John Eustace, born about 26 Dec. 1832. He married Mary Cosgrave, 27, daughter of William Cosgrave, Seaman, Faithlegg, County Waterford on 17 Nov 1870. They lived at Faithlegg, Waterford;

  3. Edward Eustace, born about 14 Aug. 1834;

  4. Owen (possibly Eugenius or Eugene) Eustace, born about 4 June 1835, and married twice. He married (1) Mary Anne FitzPatrick, daughter of Patrick and Mary Anne* FitzPatrick, of Ballinsloe, on 13 September 1864 at Booterstown, Blackrock & Dundrum, County Dublin. Owen Eustace of Grange House, Kill, County Dublin, was married (2) at Kingstown, County Dublin on 3 June 1895 to Sarah Delaney, daughter of John and Sarah Delaney. The 1911 census shows him living at 9 Sarsfield Street, Inn’s Quay, Dublin, with the family of Bridget Whelan, a relative, born in Wexford. Owen Eustace died ____.

  5. William Eustace, born about 1840; married Margaret Sunderland, age 30, of Ballycurtan, daughter of Michael Sunderland deceased farmer, at St. Michael's of Gorey on 18 February 1878. The 1901 census shows William Eustace, age 62, blacksmith living alone at house #18 Ballymoney, Courtown. The record shows his marital status as married but no wife is recorded.

  6. Bridget, born about 1840;

This family was Catholic and there are headstones in Riverchapel cemetery.

5 Dec 1845 (St. Mary’s, New Ross, County Wexford)

Catherine Eustace married John Wesley Green on 5 Dec 1845; St. Mary’s, New Ross, County Wexford;
Source: LDS: M70161-6; Film # 101270

 1845 (County Wexford)
William Eustace (see GRO),

3 November 1855 (Riverchapel, County Wexford)
Anastasia Eustace
, born about 1826, married Raymond Brien at Riverchapel on 3 November 1855. Anastatia Brien, a widow age 69,  died on January 3, 1891 at Ballymoney.

13 January 1857 (Castle Ellis, County Wexford)
John Eustace, son of William Eustace of County Wexford married Sarah Tunsted, daughter of Thomas Tunsted on 13 January 1857, Castle Ellis, County Wexford;

Source: LDS Project (Batch) M70216-5; Film # 101386; Ref. 706.

Mary Eustace                                                Enniskillen                              5          797

(4 January 1859) Enniskillen, Ferns, County Wexford
Elizabeth Eustace
, daughter of James Eustace, married John Jackson, a widower, son of Thomas Jackson on 4 January 1859; Enniskillen, Ferns, County Wexford;
Source: LDS: Project # M70220-5; Film # 101406

6 May 1859
Mary Eustace, daughter of William Hustis/Eustace of Enniskillen, Ferns, County Wexford, married Hugh Chittick, son of Thomas Chittick on 6 May 1859;

Source: LDS   Batch # M70218-5; Film # 101396; Reference # p797 In97.

INDEX of Irish Marriages – 1859               

Elizabeth Eustace,                               Enniskillen                              5          750

LDS Film 0101247 – Page 131


Before 1862 (Exact date unknown)

John Eustace
of New Ross, Wexford was born about 1840 and died December 23, 1915 at Liberty, Trumbull County, Ohio.  He married Margaret Kelly (daughter of Michael and Anastatia Kelly) in Ireland before 1862. The family including John, Margaret and four small daughters emigrated from Ireland between 1869 and 1870 and settled in Liberty, Trumbull County, Ohio. There they lived with Margaret's brother or father, Michael Kelly age 60 whose wife was Anastasia, age 40. John Eustace worked as a furnace hand (1880 census) and as a laborer(1900 census). John Eustace Family Pdf

They were the parents of eleven children (nine living):

  1. Mary Eustace, born about 1862, Ireland;

  2. Sarah Eustace, born about 1864, Ireland;

  3. Ann Eustace, born 24 July 1866, New Ross, Ireland;

  4. Margaret Eustace, born 17 April 1869, New Ross, Ireland, she died on February 17, 1910 in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio;

  5. Julia Eustace, born in 1870 in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio. She married _____ Lawlor and had two sons, John (Nov. 1889) and James (Aug. 1891) who are listed as grandsons of John Eustace and Margaret (Kelly) Eustace in the 1910 Ohio Federal census;

  6. Jennie Eustace, born in 1873 in Trumbull County, Ohio;

  7. Eleanor Rose "Nellie" Eustace, born 1876, she married Joseph Andrew Daley in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio in 1902. They had five children; Veronica (1900), James John (1903), Joseph Jr. (1905), Margaret Mary (1907), and Mary Genevieve (1911);

  8. Myrtle Eustace, born in 1877 in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio;

  9. Michael Eustace, born in October 1878 at Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio;

  10. Tracy Eustace, born during February 1880 at Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio;

  11. John Joseph Eustace, born February 18, 1885 in Girard, Ohio. He married and had a daughter Genevieve born at Warren, Ohio in 1910. John Joseph Eustace died on August 23, 1943 in Trumbull, Ohio;


Before 1864 (Exact date unknown)
Richard Eustace
of Gorey, Wexford married Mary Byrne;
They were the parents of:

  1. John Eustace, born 17 April 1865;


Patrick Eustace
; Bridgetown District, Wexford; married Mary Ronan;

They were the parents of:

  1. Martha Eustace, born 29 Aug 1865;

  2. Patrick Eustace, born 10 July 1867;

Source: LDS Batch # 701265; Source 0101113


20 August 1864 (Ballymore, Broadway District, County Wexford)

Peter Eustace
; Servant; Bachelor, age 28 years (born about 1836); Roman Catholic, of Gentstown, Parish of Tomhaggart, Broadway District, County Wexford; son of Patrick Eustace; Labourer; married Anne Ray/Rea; Roman Catholic, daughter of Martin Ray/Rea; small farmer of Gardamay, Parish of Maglass, Wexford on 20 August 1864; Ballymore, Broadway District, County Wexford; Witnesses: Patrick Eustace and William Ray; James Ravenagh, Parish Priest;

They were the parents of:

  1. Patrick Eustace, born 7 June 1869;

The 1901 census shows Peter Eustace, agricultural labourer, age 64, a widower living in house #7 Gentstown, Tomhaggard, with his 28 year old son Patrick, also an agricultural labourer. Peter Eustace died in 1913 at age 78. Comment: Judith Eustace of Tomhaggard Parish, Gentstown,County Wexford is listed on Griffith’s Valuation. She may be the wife/widow of Patrick Eustace, labourer or almost certainly a female relative. 

13 September 1864 (Kingstown, County Dublin registration office)
Owen Eustace
, son of John Eustace, Blacksmith, married Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, daughter of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Miller, on 13 September 1864 (Kingstown registration office); Witnesses James Goffe and John Keegan;

13 September 1864; Booterstown, Blackrock & Dundrum, County Dublin
Eugene Eustace, Roman Catholic, of Merville (son of John and Catherine* Eustace, of Ballinry, County Wexford; married 13 September 1864; Booterstown, Blackrock & Dundrum, County Dublin to Mary Anne FitzPatrick, Roman Catholic (Patrick and Mary Anne* FitzPatrick, of Ballinsloe; In the presence of James Ryan and Anne Keegan; both of Merville. * Mother’s maiden names not recorded;


Before 1865 (Exact date unknown)
Thomas Eustace
, labourer of Knockmullin, Templeludigan, Wexford, married Johanna Murphy;

They were the parents of:

1.      Patrick Eustace, born 5 June 1865;

2.      Marks Eustace, born 3 July 1871;

3.      Mary Eustace, born 10 Oct 1879; Knockmullin, New Ross, County Wexford;
 

2 February 1865 (New Ross)
Margaret Eustace, daughter of Daniel Eustace; married Michael Handrick, son of James Handrick on 2 February 1865; New Ross, Wexford;
 

1 October 1865; (Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmine, District Killamue, Union of Enniscorthy)
Anastatia (Anty) Eustace
; Full age; Spinster; Roman Catholic, of Ballywilliam, County Wexford; daughter of Edward Eustace; Farmer, County Wexford; married Mogue FitzHenry; Farmer; Full age, Bachelor; of Ballygalvert; son of Michael FitzHenry; Farmer; on 1 October 1865; Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmine, District Killamue, Union of Enniscorthy, County Wexford; in the presence of Patrick Brown and Mary Dunn and Miles Doran.


12 May 1866 (Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmore;  Killane District, Union of Enniscorthy)
Nicholas Eustace
, of Clonleigh, District Kilane, County Wexford, son of Thomas Eustace; butcher; married Bridget Magee, of Ballygalvert, Wexford, daughter of Michael Magee; farmer, on 12 May 1866; Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmore; Killane District, Union of Enniscorthy, Wexford; Witnesses: Thomas Magee & Catherine Rourk. Miles Doran, Parish Priest. Nicholas Eustace died in 1891 at age 75.

They were the parents of:

  1. Margaret Eustace, born 30 June 1867. She may have married a man named Roche;

  2. John Eustace, born 1 September 1868;

  3. Thomas Eustace, born 13 February 1870;

  4. Mary Eustace, born 24 September 1872. She married Patrick Connolly;

4 Nov 1866 (Riverchapel, County Wexford)
Bridget Eustace
, 23, spinster, dressmaker of Ballymoney, daughter of John Eustace, Blacksmith married Patrick Whelan, age 26, son of John Whelan, Bally?? ; farmer, on  4 Nov 1866 at Riverchapel, Gorey District; Witnesses: John Redmond and Margaret Summers(her X mark);

John WHELAN; 23 years old, Bachelor; Farmer; Ballyconnelone;

Father: Patrick WHELAN, Farmer;

Witnesses: John REDMOND & Margaret (her X mark) SUMMERS;

James KAVANAGH, C.C.;


2 February 1868
(Riverchapel, (Roman Catholic). Gorey District, County Wexford)

Edward Eustace, 33 years old (born about 1835); bachelor, fisherman, of Ballymoney, son of John Eustace (deceased), Blacksmith and Sarah Bryne, 30 years old, no occupation listed, Tonisilla, daughter of John Bryne, Blacksmith, were married 2 February 1868 at Riverchapel; Witnesses: William Eustace and Mary Dwyer; Celebrant: James Kavanagh, C.C. (Edward Eustace is listed as a gardener in 1873).
Children of Edward Eustace and Sarah Byrne included:

  1. Kate Eustace, born 21 March 1870;
  2. John Eustace, baptized/born 19 October 1872; Sponsors: Stephen Ryan and Mary Dornan;
  3. Mary Eustace, born: 16 December 1873 at Ballinatray, Gorey (Father listed as Edward Eustace, gardener and mother listed as Sarah Eustace); Informant: Mary Doyle, River Chapel; Source: IGI C701552;  Mary Eustace married John Lawlor and they had a daughter Catherine born about 1896 (1901 Census, Kilbride, Courtown, Wexford);            
  4. Mary Eustace, born 16 December 1878;

April 24, 1868 (Oulart, Roman Catholic Chapel) 
William Eustace
; age 50 (born about 1818); widower; blacksmith; of Ballyedmond,  Union of Enniscorthy, County Wexford; son of Richard Eustace; blacksmith; married Mary Kehoe nee Crowe; age 56; Widow of Ballyedmond, County Wexford; daughter of Loughlin Crowe; farmer; on April 24, 1868 at Oulart, Roman Catholic Chapel;  Witnesses: Hugh Byrne & Catherine Murphy; Richard Kavanagh, C.C.

1868 (County Wexford)         
Mark Eustace                                            Wexford                                   4          1067

Mark (Marcus) Eustace/Eustis, (son of Pat Eustace), born about 1841, farm labourer of Brnandane, Bannow, Bargy, County Wexford, married Mary Carroll, (daughter of William Carroll) on 16 February 1868; Roman Catholic Chapel of Carrig, Bannow District, Wexford Union, County Wexford;

They were the parents of:

  1. Catherine Eustace, born: 12 January 1869;

  2. Johanna Eustace, born 29 November 1870;
  3. Patrick Eustis, born 31 August 1872; Source: IGI C701503;
  4. William Eustis, born: 12 Dec 1876;Source: IGI C005286;
     

July 16, 1870 (Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmine,  District of Killan, Enniscorthy Union, County Wexford)
Edmond (also Edward) Eustace;
full age, widower, farmer; of Ballywilliam, County Wexford; son of Patrick Eustace, farmer; married Mary Kelly; full age, servant; of Ballywilliam; daughter of Michael Kelly, labourer; on July 16, 1870; Roman Catholic Chapel of Rathmine, District of Killan, Enniscorthy Union, County Wexford;

Witnesses: Michael (his X mark) Kelly & Bridget (her X mark) Walsh;

Miles Doran, P.P.
They were the parents of:

  1. Catherine Eustace, born 30 Nov 1871 at Ballywilliam,  Templeudigan, New Ross;

  2. Patrick Eustace, born: 21 June 1874; Source: IGI C701564;

  3. Markes Eustace, born: 21 July 1877; Source: IGI C018716;

September 4, 1870 (Roman Catholic Chapel of Templeleudigan,  District of Templeleudigan, New Ross Union, County Wexford)
Ellen Eustace
; age 27, spinster, farmer’s daughter; of Ballywilliam, County Wexford; daughter of Edward Eustace, farmer; married Thomas Connolly; Age 26, Bachelor, Labourer; Ballygalvert; son of Patrick Connolly, farmer;  on September 4, 1870 at the Roman Catholic Chapel of Templeleudigan,  District of Templeleudigan, New Ross Union, County Wexford; Witnesses: James Doyle & Mary Murphy; David KENT, C.C.

17 November 1870
John Eustace, 37 (born about 1833), of Faithlegg, son of John Eustace, Blacksmith, married Mary Cosgrave, 27, daughter of William Cosgrave, Seaman, Faithlegg, on 17 Nov 1870; Witnesses: Sarah Cosgrave and Michael Maher;

November 9, 1874 (Roman Catholic Chapel of Ballindaggin, Union of Enniscorthy;

Alexander (Sandy) Eustace; farmer; full age; bachelor; of Grenane, County Wexford;  son of Edward Eustace; (dead); farmer; married Mary Delany/Delaney; full age; spinster of Grenane; daughter of William Delany;(dead); on November 9, 1874 at the Roman Catholic Chapel of Ballindaggin, Union of Enniscorthy, County Meath; Witnesses: John Breen & Ellen Keating. Celebrant: William Lynott, C.C. Children of Alexander Eustace and Mary Delany included:

  1. Anne Eustace, born: 8 March 1876; Source: IGI C005842;
  2. Mary Eustace, born: 22 November 1877; Source: IGI C009069;
  3. Paul Eustace, baptism: 26 September 1879; (Father listed as Sandy Eustace); Source: IGI C006404;
  4. Alice Eustace, born: 10 June, 1881; at Greenanne, Enniscorthy, Killanin, (Father listed as Sandy Eustace; Farmer, at Greenanne). Alice Eustace, age 20, is listed on the 1901 census as a domestic servant in the home of Thomas O’Gorman at Courtnacuddy, Castleboro, Wexford;
  5. Bridget Eustace, born 28 March, 1884; Greenanne, Enniscorthy, County Wexford; (Father listed as Alexander Eustace; farmer of Greenanne);
  6. Edward Eustace, born 29 May 1885; Greenanne, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, (Father listed as Alexander Eustace; Farmer of Greenanne).
  7. Margaret Eustace, born: 10 Oct 1887; Greenanne, Enniscorthy, Cty Wexford;

23 August, 1876 (Roman Catholic Chapel of New Ross, New Ross Union, County Wexford)
Eliza Eustace
; full age; spinster; no occupation listed; of Workhouse, New Ross, County Wexford; daughter of Oliver Eustace, tailor; married James Bolger; full age; bachelor; school master, of the workhouse, New Ross; son of Denis Bolger, shipwright; married 23 August, 1876 at the Roman Catholic Chapel of New Ross, New Ross Union, County Wexford; Witnesses: James Aylward, C.C, New Ross.

18 February, 1878 (Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Michael, Gorey, Wexford)

William Eustace; age 38; bachelor; blacksmith; of Ballymoney, Gorey District, Wexford; son of John Eustace; blacksmith, deceased; married Margaret Sunderland; age 30; spinster; no occupation listed; of Ballyscartan, Gorey, County Wexford; daughter of Michael Sunderland, deceased; farmer; on 18 February, 1878; Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Michael, Gorey, Wexford; Witnesses: William Brien & Maria Sunderland; Celebrant: William O’Neill, C.C.

 

3 October, 1878; (Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Michael, Gorey, Wexford)

John Eustace; age 31 (born about 1847); bachelor; blacksmith; Knockina, Gorey District, Wexford; son of Paul Eustace; blacksmith, deceased; married Margaret Cranwell (also Grannell) ; age 30 (born about 1848); spinster; cook; of Ballytegan, Gorey, County Wexford; daughter of Phil Cranwell, deceased; farmer; on 3 October, 1878; Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Michael, Gorey, Wexford; Witnesses: John Osborne & Anne (her X mark) Doyle; Celebrant: Rev. Thomas Hore, C.C.

Children of John (Edward) Eustace and Margaret Cranwell included:

  1. Ellen Eustace, baptism: 27 July 1879; Source: IGI C007335;

  2. Paul Eustace, born July 27, 1879; Source: IGI 007335;
  3. Edward Eustace, born 12 Oct, 1880; Informant: Catherine Eustace, Knockina;
  4. Dorothea Mary Eustace, born 24 March, 1882; Aske, Gorey, County Wexford, Father: listed as John Eustace, Blacksmith, Aske, Gorey; Mother: Margaret Grannell; Informant: Jane Reid, Gorey;
  5. John Eustice, born 30 March 1884; Knockina, Gorey, County Wexford;
  6. Ellen Eustace, born 28 Dec 1885 at Knockina, Gorey, County Wexford;
  7. William Peter Eustace, born 29 June 1887; Knockana, Gorey, County Wexford;

1878
John Eustace,              4Q                    Gorey                           2          735

18 February 1878 (St. Michael's of Gorey)
William Eustace, 38, Ballymoney, son of John Eustace deceased, blacksmith, and Margaret Sunderland, 30, Ballycurtan, daughter of Michael Sunderland deceased farmer, were married at St. Michael's of Gorey, 18 February 1878; Witnesses; William Brien and Maria Sunderland;

1886

Anastasia Eustace,       4Q                    New Ross                     4          270

John Eustace               4Q                    New Ross                     4          271


Before 1887

John Eustace was a farmer and national school teacher at Raheenvarren, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

He married Bridget Shannon about 1886;

They had the following children:

1.      Mary Margaret Eustace, born 15 January 1888; Raheenvarron, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

            Informant: Maggie Finn, Raheenvarren ;

2.      Anastasia Eustace, born 30 Nov 1889; Raheenvarren, Newbawn, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

3.      John Joseph Eustace, born 29 June 1891; Raheenvarren, Newbawn, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

4.      Patrick Eustace, orn 25 May 1893 at Raheenvarren, Newbawn, New Ross Carrigbyrne;

5.      Margaret Mary Eustace, born: 19 May 1895; Raheenvarren Newbawn, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

6.      Catherine Agnes Eustace, born: 28 Jan 1898; Raheenvarren Newbawn, New Ross, Carrigbyrne; Informant: Elizabeth Doyle, Raheenvarren.

7.      Richard Eustace, born 6 Feb 1900; Raheenvarren, New Ross, Carrigbyrne;

8.      Bridget Eustace, born 17 March 1902; at Carrigbyrne Newbawn, New Ross, County Wexford;

9.      Johanna Eustace, born: 22 April, 1904; Raheenvarren, Newbawn, County Wexford;
Informant: Mary Eustace, present at birth, Raheenvarren;

1894

James Eustace 2Q                    Wexford                       4          410

 

1895

Johanna Eustace          3Q                    Wexford                       4          394

 

Mark     Eustace            4Q                    New Ross                     4          339

 

Marcus Eustace; Laborer, of Tinneranny, Dysertmoon, New Ross, Kilkenny married Margaret Carroll;

Children of Marcus Eustace and Margaret Carroll:

  1. Thomas Eustace, born 20 Jan 1901 at Tinneranny, Dysertmoon, Kilkenny;

  2. Johanna Eustace, born 9 July 1903; Tinnerany, Dysertmoon #1, New Ross, County Kilkenny;

  3. Patrick Eustace, born: 10 Dec 1907;

3 June 1895 (Church of St. Michael’s of Kingstown)
Owen Eustace
son of John Eustace deceased, Occupation: (black) smith and Sarah Delaney, daughter of John Delaney, deceased, farmer, were married on 3 June 1895 at the Church of St. Michael’s of Kingstown; Witnesses: Patrick McGuirk(?) and Mary McIntyre. Owen Eustace was the widower of Mary Anne FitzPatrick whom he married in 1864.

1896

Mary Eustace,                          2Q                    Gorey                           2          749

1901

Catherine Eustace,                   1Q                    Wexford                       4          599

Mary     Eustace,                       1Q                    New Ross                     4          562

Martha Eustace,                       2Q                    Wexford                       4          420

1906

Thomas Eustace,                     2Q                    New Ross                     4          383

Thomas Eustace; Laborer; Palace, Old Ross; New Ross, County Wexford married Anastasia (Annie) Sheehan;

Children of Thomas Eustace and Anastatia Sheehan included:

  1. Nicholas Eustace, born 24 Dec 1906 at Palace, Old Ross, New Ross, Wexford;

  2. Thomas Eustace, born: 8 Jan 1909; Tomanine, Templeudigan, New Ross, Wexford; Informant: Elizabeth Kendrick, Ballywilliam;

  3. Thomas Eustace, born 2 February 1909; Coolbawn, Templeudigan, New Ross, Wexford;

  4. Bridget Eustace, born: 4 August, 1912; Coolbawn, Templeleudigan District, New Ross, County Wexford; Informant: Thomas Eustace, Father, Coolbawn, Templeleudigan, Co. Wexford;

  5.  

1908
John Eustace,                          3Q                    New Ross                     4          379

 1909
Catherine Eustace                    4Q                    Wexford                       4          371

1910
Annie Eustace,                         3Q                    Enniscorthy                 4          268

12 October 1911 (Chapel of Cain (R.C.), District Killene, Enniscorthy)

Mary Eustace; full age; spinster; farmer; of Grenane, Killaney, Enniscorthy, County Wexford; daughter of Alexander Eustace; Farmer; married Lawrence Dunne; full age; bachelor; labourer; of Aughnaslaffa, Killane, Enniscorthy; son of Lawrence Dunne; farmer; on 12 October 1911; Chapel of Cain (R.C.), District Killene, Enniscorthy; Witnesses: Alice Eustace & John Dunne; Celebrant: Sylvester Cullen, C.C;
Source: Marriage No. 106, Registered 13 October 1911

1913
Patrick Eustace                        2Q                    Wexford                       4          411
Patrick Eustace
; Labourer; of Brendane, County Wexford; married Mary Stafford;
Their family included:

  1. Mary Eustace, born: March 28, 1914; Brendane, Bannow District, County Wexford Informant: Patrick Eustace, Father, Brendane;

1921
John       Eustace,                                2Q                          Wexford                               4              405

Births & Baptisms:
Mary Eustace, daughter of Edward Eustace, Gardener and Sarah Eustace (formerly Byrne) was born 16 December 1878 at Ballinatray;
John, son of John Eustace and Catherine Morris, no townland given, was baptized (where?) on 26 Dec. 1832;
Edward, son of John Eustace and Catherine Morris, no townland given, was baptized 14 Aug. 1834, at (where?);
Eugenius, son of John Eustace and Maria Lawlor, of Ballymoney was baptized 4 June 1835 at (where?);

Government Record Office (GRO) Death Index and other sources:
1864:
Catherine Eustace of Gorey District approximately 1 year old;
James Eustace of Gorey District, approximately 14 years old;
Joseph Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 76 years old;
Paul Eustace of Gorey District, approximately 58 years old;

1865:|
Catherine Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 66 years old;
Catherine Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 70 years old;
Henry Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 2 years old;
James Eustace (also Eustase) of Gorey District, approximately 14 years old;
Mary Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 22 years old;
Richard Eustace, Ballymoney (Gorey District), approximately 35 years old; died Gorey 26 June 1865, aged 35, married;

1867:
Bridget Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 60 years old;
Patrick Eustace of Wexford District, infant less than one year;
Elizabeth Eustace of Ballyedmony, died 20/3/1867 aged 62, blacksmith’s wife,

1868:
John Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 15 years old;

1869:
Edward Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 75 years old;
Mark Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 50 years old;

1870:
Anne Eustace of New Ross Dsitrict, approximately 65 years old;
Oliver Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 64 years old;

1871:
Anne Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 65 years old;

1872:
John Eustace of Gorey District, infant less than one year old;

1873:
Anne Eustace of Gorey District, approximately 75 years old;
Anne Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 65 years old;
Ellen Eustace of Gorey District, approximately 24 years old;
Johanna Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 60 years old;

1874:
Catherine Eustace, died at Ballymoney, 21 July 1874, age 76, widow of blacksmith,

1875:
Mary Eustace of Wexford District, approximately 68 years old;
Mary Eustace of New Ross District, approximately 76 years old;
Johanna Eustis of Wexford, approximately 4 years old; 

1878:
John Eustace of Linkstown, died 5 February 1878, aged 75, married, labourer;

1885:
Edward Eustace of Courtown died 4 November 1885, aged 53, Roadranger, married, (daughter Kate Eustace present);
Edward Eustace of Knockana, died 2 June 1887, aged 50, blacksmith,

1891:
Anastasia Brien nee Eustace, died at Ballymoney 1/3/1891, aged 65, widow;

1901:
John Eustace of Tinahely, Wicklow, died 20 June 1901, age 70, widower, baker;

1902:
Mary Eustace of Coolatrindle, died 19 February 1902, aged 82, widow of William, Blacksmith, (son William present);

1903:
Margaret Eustace of Ballymoney, died at Enniscorthy, 6 November 1903, aged 60 wife of blacksmith;

1904:
John Eustace of Cheekpoint, Waterford, died 17 August 1904, age 64, married, butler, wife of Mary;

1908:
William Eustace, Ballymoney, died 11 January 1908, aged 80, Blacksmith widower;

1911:
Owen Eustace from Ballymoney, died Dublin 5 June 1911, aged 76, coachman, wife Sarah Eustace;

Census of Ireland (1911)
Residents of house number 3 in Coolatrindle (Ford, Wexford)
William Eustace; age 56, Male, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Farmer, Read and write - Single;
Mary Eustace; age 50, Female, Sister, Roman Catholic; Shop assistant, Read and write ; Single ;

Residents of house number 5 in Raheevarren (Carrickbyrne, Wexford)
Bridget Eustace; age 46, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Born Co Wexford, Farmer, Read and write - Widow;
Anastatia Eustace; age 21, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford - Read and write - Single;
John Eustace; age 19, Male, Son, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Farmer's Son, Read and write - Single;
Margaret Eustace; age 15, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Scholar, Read and write - Single;
Richard Eustace; age 11, Male, Son, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Scholar, Read and write - Single;
Bridget Eustace; age 9, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Scholar, Read and write - Single;
Julia Eustace; age 6, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Read and write - Single;

Residents of house number 5 in Coolbaun Demesne (Templeludigan, Wexford)
Thomas Eustace; age 40, Male, Head of Family, Catholic, Born Co Wexford, General Labourer, Read and write English, Married - 5 years, 2 children born,  2 alive;
Annie Eustace; age 28; Female, Wife, Catholic, Born Co Wexford - Read only English, Married - 5 years, 2 children born,  2 alive;
Nicholas Eustace; age 4, Male, Son, Catholic, Born Co Wexford - - English:
Thomas Eustace; Born January 1911,  Male, Son, Catholic, Born Co Wexford - - English:

Residents of house number 16 in Brandane (Bannow, Wexford)
Mary Eustace; age 78, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Farmer, Read and write English, Widow - 42 years married 4 children born, 2 alive;
Patrick Eustace; age 40, Male, Son, Roman Catholic, Single;

Residents of house number 7 in Mountfin, Lower or Ballinturner (Castledockrell, Wexford)
Henry Montague Eustace, age 47, Male, Head of Family, Church of Ireland, Born: England; Companion of Distinguished Service Order, Major Reserve Officers; Read and write - Married – 7 years, 4 children born,  3 living;
Myra Caroline Henrietta Eustace; age 5, Female, Daughter, Church of Ireland, England - Cannot read - Single;
Robert Brook Bridger Eustace; age 4, Male, Son, Church of Ireland, Born Co Wicklow - Cannot read - Single;
Gerard Henry Eustace; age 2, Male, Son, Church of Ireland, Co Wicklow - Cannot read - Single:
Ennie Jane Murphy; age 28, Female, Servant, Roman Catholic, Born Co Wexford, Nurse, Read and write - Married - 0;
Louisa Seabrooke; age 20, Female, Servant, Church of Ireland, Born Co Wexford, House Maid, Read and write - Single:
Eleanor Seabrooke; age 15, Female, Servant, Church of Ireland, Co Wexford, Nurse, Maid, Read and write - Single;
Andrew Murphy; age 41, Male, Servant, Roman Catholic, Carpenter, Married less than one year;

Residents of house number 1 in Kilbride (Courtown, Wexford)
Sarah Eustace; age 72, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic,Born: Co Wexford, Laundress, Read and write - Widow:
Mary Lawlor; age 36, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Born: Co Wexford, Laundress, Read and write - Married - 15 years, 2 children born, 2 living;
Catherine Lawlor; age 14, Female, Grand Daughter, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Scholar, Read and write - Single;
John Lawlor; age 9, Male, Grand Son, Roman Catholic, Born: Wexford, Scholar, Single;

Residents of house number 44 in William Street (Gorey Urban, Wexford)
Margaret Eustace; age 60, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford - Read - Widow:
John Eustace; age 25, Male, Son, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Plasterer, Read and write - Single:
Ellen Eustace; age 23, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Domestic Servant, Single

Residents of house number 9 in Clonleigh (Clonleigh, Wexford)
John Eustace; age 38, Male, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Farmer, Read and write - Married;
Anne Eustace; age 38, Female, Wife, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford - Read and write - Married - 3 years, 7 children born, 7 alive;
Bridget Eustace; age 7, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Single;

Residents of house number 3 in Gardamus, Little (Mayglass, Wexford)
James Eustace; age 46, Male, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Co Wexford, Farmer, Cannot Read - Married - 15 years:
Margaret Eustace; age 40, Female, Wife, Roman Catholic, Read and write, No children;

Residents of house number 5 in Genstown (Tomhaggard, Wexford)
Peter Eustace; age74, Male, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Small farmer on old age pension,

Residents of house number 3 in Grange (Tomhaggard, Wexford)
Eustace James; age 69, Male, Visitor, R Catholic, Visitor; Agricultural laborer, Cannot  Read;
Patrick Doyle; age 39, Male, Head of Family, R Catholic, Co Wexford, Agricultural Laborer, Cannot read - Married;
Johanna Doyle; age 41, Female, Wife, R Catholic, Married 10 years, 7 children born, 7 children living;

Residents of house number 11 in Greenan (Killann, Wexford)
Mary Eustace; age 61, Female, Head of Family, Roman Catholic, Wexford, Farmer, Read and write English, Widow - 17 years married, 7 children born, 6 living;
Mary Eustace; age 31, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Born: Wexford - Read and write - Single;
Ellen Eustace; age 29, Female, Daughter, Roman Catholic, Single, Read and write English;

Residents of house number 17 in Selskar Street (Wexford No. 3 Urban, Wexford)
William Eustace;  age 23, Male, Servant, Catholic, Born: Wexford, Occupation: Boots; Single;
Alice Kehoe; age 45, Female, Head of Family, Catholic, Hotel proprietress, Born: Wexford

Residents of house number 15 in Rathturtin (Clonroche, Wexford)
John Eustace; age 46, Male, Farm Servant, Catholic, Co Wexford, Read and write - Single;

John Eustace was living in the home of John and Margaret Lambert together with four Lambert sons, all unmarried.

Residents of house number 2 in Cubslough (Mayglass, Wexford)
Mary Eustace; age 47, Female, Sister in law, Catholic, Co Wexford, Sister to Mrs. Pender; Read and write - Single;

Index of Surnames listed in Bree New Cemetery Inscriptions:
Eustace
In loving memory of MARY CATHERINE (MOLLY) EUSTACE; Bree; died 22nd May 1976 aged 48 years; Also her husband RICHARD (DICK) Eustace; died 28th October 1992 aged 67 years; R.I.P. Nolan  

John Eustace, full age, bachelor, farmer and National School Teacher of Raheenvaron, Wexford, son of John Eustace, deceased, occupation farmer, married Bridget Shannon, full age, spinster, farmer, daughter of Patrick Shannon of Newbawn, County Wexford on 26 November 1886 in the Roman Catholic chapel of Newbawn. Bryan Canning and Mary Kehoe were witnesses. Nicolas Hore, Parish Priest.

Anastatia Eustace, full age, spinster, farmer’s daughter of Raheenvarron, Wexford, daughter of John Eustace, deceased, occupation farmer, married John Aylward, full age, bachelor, farmer, son of Bartholomew Aylward, living; of Slevoy, County Wexford on 18 November 1886 in the Roman Catholic Chapel of Newbawn. Thomas Fanning and Johanna Canning were witnesses. Nicolas Hore, Parish Priest.

John Eustace b. 1840 married to Margaret Kelly b. 1841 h Mary b. 1862, Sarah b. 1864, Ann b. 1866 and Maggie born 1869. I found this by matching Ann and Maggie's births with the Index. They emigrated from Ireland between 1869 and 1870 landing in Liberty, Trumbull, Ohio.

There they lived with Margaret's brother or father, Michael Kelly age 60 whose wife was ANASTATIA age 40.                               

These pages Ronald Eustice, 2011