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Re: Brice Eroupean Origins
Posted by: Geoff Brice Date: February 13, 2002 at 09:37:17
In Reply to: Brice Eroupean Origins by Charles Derrick Brice Jr. of 651

I understand that Brice is originally french,and is common there.There is by the way a 'Hotel Brice' in Nice,France.

There is a Saint Brice, who is depicted in a stained glass window in Norwich cathedral,Norfolk,England.

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