Catelinet family page
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Origins of surname
This surname has us defeated. It is probably a diminuitive of either Catelain or Catelan, which have different origins. Catelain is either a variant of Chatelain, a person who guarded a castle, or Cathelin, the male form of Catherine. Catelan signifies someone from the Catelan region of Spain.
The name first appeared in Jersey church records at the end of the 18th century. Philip Catelinet, who is at the head of the tree below was probably the brother of Thomas, son of Jean Catelinet and Marguerite Gasnier, who was baptised in St Mary in 1780.
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Births and baptisms
Great War service
Family photo album
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