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Origin: The surname DICE is an Anglicized spelling of the German surname DEIHS. They are both pronounced the same.
Surnames: Deihs, Dice
Submitted by: Linda Dice
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Origin: I have asked numerous people especially the heritage section and have been told that the name Trice originates from Cornwall, UK. but so far I have only records of Trices moving to Cornwall not the other way round.I have gone back as far as John, 1060 Records from Land Deeds, Suffolk, UK; Walter the Elder b abt 1533 d 1588 Hadlow Kent, UK; Frances b ? d 1618 Cliffe, Kent UK; and then a James b 1600 that every one seems to have in their family tree in the USA
Surnames: Trice
Submitted by: Linda Geraghty
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Origin: Puerto Rican hertitage. Origin appears to be from Italy and possibly some Arab (during Moors battles) influence. Ancestors appeared to have migrated through Spain, Canary Islands on into Puerto Rico.
Surnames: Alicea
Submitted by: Ruben A. Alicea
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Origin: I was told that our last name came from when our ancestors were set free, they did not want to carry the last name of their white slave-owners. So they called themselves 'Choice' because they felt it was their choice.
Surnames: Choice, Choyce
Submitted by: stephanie
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Origin: The origin of Price is Welsh.
Surnames: Price, Pryce
Submitted by: Susan Price
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Origin: I am looking for the brother to my g-grandmother, Mary. His name was Joseph Price. I heard he went by Joe. He left Knoxville, TN to keep from working in the furniture company his family owned. I was told he might have gone west. Please help!
Surnames: Price
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Origin: Came from Scotland/Wales to Charleston S. C, Bloomington, Ind., Americus, Kansas
Surnames: Service
Submitted by: Bonnie French
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Origin: I am looking for the brother to my g-grandmother, Mary(born in 1885). His name was Joseph Price. I heard he went by Joe. He left Knoxville, TN to keep from working in the furniture company his family owned. I was told he might have gone west. Please help!
Surnames: Price
Submitted by: heather
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Origin: mario miceli born montalto uffugo cosenza italy 28 march 1928
Surnames: miceli
Submitted by: michael ottavio miceli
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Origin: I am researching Reuben Grice, who was born in 1783 in Western North Carolina. The Grices were Irish, but may have come to this country from Holland.
Surnames: GRICE
Submitted by: Carolyn Grice Blackwelder
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Origin: GG-Grandmother, Elizabeth Francis Vice, born in Boone co., Indiana, on 3-06-1838. M. David Sylvester Smith, on 7-24-1859. Marriage records say both were 'White', but she was 1/2 indian (Cherokee?)Need parents for her.
Surnames: Vice
Submitted by: Darleane
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Origin: It is said that this family is of German origin, the name having formerly been written Deiss, and that three brothers came from York county, Pennsylvania, to the present Pendleton county, West Virginia. Of these, Mathias Dice served in the French and Indian war, and he at least arrived in Pendleton county in 1757.
Surnames: Dice, Deiss
Submitted by: History of West Virginia
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Origin: Abridged from Adeliz, noble, the same as Adeline and Adelaide. The French make it defendress, by turning it into Alexia, in their language.
Surnames: Alice
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Origin: Riece

Welsh origin feminine form of Rhys which means enthusiastic or ardour
Surnames: Riece, Reece, Reace, Reese, Rice
Submitted by: glitz
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Origin: CURTIS and its variants, Curteis, Curtice, Curtios, Curtiss, Curtius, as surnames, are derived from the Old French "curteis" and the Middle English "curteys," "co, teys." These are all sobriquets for the "courteous," one of courtly manners. It is not surprising to find that a name of so complimentary a character has been popular since the thirteenth century. Robert Courteys of County Somerset is mentioned in Kirby's Quest, p. 105. Others of early record are William le Curteis, County Cambridge, and Walter Curteys, County Oxford, who are listed in the Hundred Rolls, 1273 A. D.

(Bardsley: Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames. Harrison: Surnames of the United Kingdom, Vol. I.)
Surnames: Curtis, Curteis, Curtice, Curtios, Curtiss, Curtius
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Origin: Germany
Surnames: Altice, Altig, Altus, Altick
Submitted by: sue snoots

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