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Beechleigh, St Peter


The roadside view of this property gives no clue to its historical interest and probable 18th century origins

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Property name



Rue de La Fontaine, St Peter [1]

Type of property

A substantial traditional Jersey granite property, largely modernised

Families associated with the property


  • 17 NLB IDC 31 - For Nicolas Le Brun and Judy de Carteret who were married at St Peter on 17 October 1696. It has not been possible to place Nicolas in any Jerripedia family tree, or to identify his ancestors and descendants
  • ELB
  • DLC

Historic Environment Record entry

This property is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Stevens (1977) notes the roof seems to have been raised several times, approximately 1650, 1750 and 1850; describing an early chimney in the attic with thatching stones.

This property gets only a passing mention, largely taken from Old Jersey Houses Vol 2, on the website, and does not appear to be listed.

Old Jersey Houses

Apart from noting the datestones, which she failed to identify with any certainty, the author mentions only brief architectural details.

Notes and references

  1. There seems to be some confusion about the location of this property. It is on Rue de La Fontaine, not its easterly extension, Mont des Grupieaux, as suggested by Old Jersey Houses, nor Old Beaumont Hill, as stated in the Jersey Datestone Register.
  2. During 1941 Winter Le Lievre Egre (1887- ) and his daughter Sylvia Alice Egre (1919- ) were living at Beechleigh
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