Barbier family page
Ship and insurance broker Philip Barbier was in business in Mulcaster Street in the mid-19th century
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Origin of surname
This is a French name which translates into English as 'barber', who, in early times combined the functions of surgeon and hairdresser.
Early Jersey records
This name, which is very common in Normandy with and without the prefix 'Le', probably came to Jersey from the nearby coast of France in the mid-16th century.
- Le Barbier
- Barber, probably a separate family with different origins, but included on this page in the absence of sufficient information to create a separate page
Great War service
- Barbier Occupation identity cards
- Flavien Emile Barbier, deported to French prisons and a German penal camp
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