Bailleul family page
This family is found in both Jersey and Guernsey records
The St Helier record from 3 February 1690 of the marriage of Samuel Balieul and Jeanne Ballieul
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Origins of surname
Our regular French sources suggest that this name indicates an originaire of one of ten communes and numerous hamlets called Bailleul in Normandy and other northern France departments, derived from the early French word for fence or hedge - an enclosed area.
The Bailleul family is mentioned in the Extentes des Iles of 1331.
Great War service
- Edward Clarence Baillie (1896-1917) son of Mr and Mrs P W Baillie, of St Helier, Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, died of wounds Further information
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- Carey, Edith, A forgotten episode - the Bailleuls family, Trans Soc Guern, 1917
- Moullin, EB, Marie Bailleul 1634-75, RGS, 1968
- Priaulx, TF, La Corbière, Forest, RGS, 1954