Bannier family page
This name first appeared in Jersey in the 19th century, when several people moved to the island from nearby Brittany.
Joseph Le Bannier, who died in Jersey at the age of 69 in 1793, was buried in St Helier. He was the Rector of Luitre, in the diocese of Rennes in Brittany
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Origins of surname
This is a name derived from the herald charged with proclaiming marriage banns.
Several members of the family moved from Brittany to Jersey in the 19th century.
Bannier births start to appear in Jersey registers in the 1880s, but it is likely that John Philip Bannier, the son of Jean Louis and Elizabeth Vibert, was born in Jersey in 1877.
- Le Banner
- Le Bannier
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