Bauche

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Bauche is a place name which has different meanings in different regions of France. Among them are clay soil, marsh or bog or wooded land


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Capt Bauche photographed by Henry Mullins

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Origin of surname

The surnames Baucheron, Bauchet, Bauchier and Bauchot are found in various regions of France, but not apparently Bauche. However, it is suggested that Bauchet is a diminuative of 'bauche', which is a place name which has different meanings in different regions. Among them are clay soil, marsh or bog or wooded land

Early records

This family, which never became numerous, seems to have arrived in Jersey in the early 17th century, possibly as refugees from France; Josue and Philippe Bauche, possibly brothers, having settled in St Ouen.

Variations

  • Bauche
  • La Bauche
  • Bauch
  • Boche
  • Bokke

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