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Neville Family History & Genealogy

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Neville Last Name History & Origin

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Updated May 12, 2020

Summary

This great and noble surname is of Norman origin, introduced into England after the Conquest of 1066. It is a French locational name from "Neuville" in Calvados or "Neville" in Seine-Maritime, Normandy, both so called from the Old French "neu(f)" new, with "ville", a settlement.

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Name Origin

Neville- is of Norman (Old French) origin, meaning "new town/settlement"

Spellings & Pronunciations

Nevil, Nevile, Nevill

Nationality & Ethnicity

Old French. Can be found in Ireland and England

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Neville Death Records & Life Expectancy

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Unknown User commented on Dec 01, 2002
4-6 bananas 1 egg 1/2 cup sugar 1/4 cup cider vinegar dash of salt 1/2 cup chopped walnuts Lightly beat the egg. Stir in sugar, salt and vinegar. Cook slowly until thickened to the consistency of syrup. A double boiler is recommended as it burns easily. Let cool to room temperature. It should be fairly thick. Cut bananas in quarters. Spread sauce on flat surfaces of banana pieces, top with nuts. A family holiday tradition that's at least three generations old.
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