Cloarec

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Francois Louis Cloarec in French Army uniform

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Origins of surname

This word is the Breton equivalent of the French clerc, meaning 'clerk'.

Early records

The name first appears in birth registrations in the early 1890s in St Lawrence, St Peter and St Martin, suggesting that more than one family arrived in Jersey at about the same time. Those in the tree below originated in Begard, in north Brittany.

Variants

  • Cloarec

Found in France

  • Cloérec
  • Cloirec
  • Clorec
  • Clouérec
  • Le Cloarec
  • Le Cloerec
  • Le Cloirec

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