Eustace, Saint
Eustace, Saint
Companion of St. Columbanus and second abbot of Luxeuil, d. 625

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  • Eustace, Saint — ▪ martyr Latin  Eustachius   died 2nd century, ; Western feast day September 2; Eastern feast day November 2       one of the most famous early Christian martyrs venerated in the Eastern and Western churches, one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers (a… …   Universalium

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  • Eustace — is a name of Greek origin, from Ευσταχυς ( Eustachys ) meaning fruitful . [ [http://www.behindthename.com/name/Eustace Behind the Name: Meaning, Origin and History of the Name Eustace ] ] It may refer to the following:People: *Eustace I of… …   Wikipedia

  • Eustace (disambiguation) — Eustace is a given and family name.Eustace may also refer to:;Places *Eustace, Texas, USA **Eustace Independent School District *Ballymore Eustace, Ireland;Other uses *Ballymore Eustace GAA, football club *Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, New… …   Wikipedia

  • Eustace of Luxeuil — Saint Eustasius is also the name of a bishop of Aosta. Infobox Saint name= Saint Eustace of Luxeuil birth date= death date=629 AD feast day= March 29 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 250px caption= birth place= death place= titles=… …   Wikipedia

  • Eustace III of Boulogne — Eustace III, was a count of Boulogne, successor to his father Count Eustace II of Boulogne. His mother was Ida of Lorraine.Eustace appeared at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 as an ally of William the Conqueror, and is listed as a possible killer… …   Wikipedia

  • Eustace — Eustace, Eustache Patronyme surtout porté dans la Manche. Nom d origine grecque, soit Eustasios (qui se porte bien), soit Eustakios (qui porte de bons épis). Il semble qu on ait au départ deux prénoms différents, mais que ceux ci se soient très… …   Noms de famille

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  • Saint Gall (Gallus) —     St. Gall     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Gall     (GALLUS; in the most ancient manuscript he is called GALLO, GALLONUS, GALLUNUS, and sometimes also CALLO, CHELLEH, GILLIANUS, etc.).     An Irishman by birth, he was one of the twelve… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint-Eustache — may refer to: * Saint Eustace (legend), a legendary Christian martyr who allegedly lived in the 2nd century AD * Saint Eustache, Quebec, a city in western Quebec, Canada * Saint Eustache, Haute Savoie, a commune of the Haute Savoie département in …   Wikipedia

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