Romanchuk History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms
The surname Romanchuk is derived from the Latin name Romaeus and the Greek name Romaios, which refer to a person who was born in the Roman Empire
. In later years, this personal name
was adopted by those who were Roman or an Italian. This name became popular in both Western and Eastern Europe because it was borne by several early saints including a 7th century Bishop of Rouen.
Early Origins of the Romanchuk family
Contemporary Notables of the name Romanchuk (post 1700)
- Roman Romanovich Romanchuk (1979-2016), Ukrainian and later Russian gold and two-time silver medalist amateur boxer
Romanchuk Family Crest Products