Briard

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First World War hero Ernest Victor Briard

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Origin of surname

Briard has its origins in France and indicates a person who came from Brie. The name is still present in Normandy today.

Early records

The Briard family became established in St Ouen in the mid-17th century, but had been present in the island since at least the beginning of that century, mainly in St Helier. The tree below - Descendants of Thomas Briard - suggests that the St Ouen Briards are descended from the earlier St Helier family, but this is not certain.

Variations

  • Briard
  • Briart

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Emigrant to Canada

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