Barbier

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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.

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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.

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  • Barbier
  • 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

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