D'Avoine family page
This family arrived in Jersey in the 1790s and was confined to Trinity for 100 years
Francois Xavier d'Avoine was baptised in Trinity in 1804
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Origins of surname
This is a name which is particularly linked to the Manche department of Normandy. Avoine is French for oats and the name was probably given to someone who grew oats, although Normandy is not particularly noted for the crop.
The first baptisms were of the children of Louis d'Avoine and Elizabeth Gruchy, from 1793 onwards in Trinity. There is no record of the couple marrying in Jersey.
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Samuel D'Avoine (1883- ) (St S) son of jean and Ann Hubert, husband of Fanny Louisa Langford, ex-RMIJ, Private, RJGB