Descendants of Jean Le Masurier - 2

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Descendants of Jean Le Masurier
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  • 1 Jean Le Masurier (1781- ) [1] m (1824, St H) Elizabeth Rive
    • 2 Jean Le Masurier (1825- )
    • 2 Jeanne Le Masurier (1827- ) twin
    • 2 Thomas Le Masurier (1827- ) twin
    • 2 Philiippe Le Masurier (1829- )
    • 2 Abraham Le Masurier (1831- )
    • 2 Francois Le Masurier (1832- ) [2] m (1850, St C) Jane Vibert (1833- ) daughter of Elie [3]
      • 3 Jane Ann Charlotte Le Masurier (1857- ) (St C)
      • 3 Esther Ann Le Masurier (1859- ) (St C)
      • 3 Louisa Ann Le Masurier (1860- ) (St Luke)
      • 3 Francis William Le Masurier (1862- ) (St Luke) m (1886, St P) Lydia Louisa Le Lievre (1860- ) daughter of Desire Honore [4]
        • 4 Mabel Lydia Le Masurier (1887- )
        • 4 Francis Le Masurier (1890-1967) [5] m Kathleen Mary Jeffrey (1892-1932), daughter of George
          • 5 Francis George Le Masurier (1919-1996) [6] m (1945) Muriel Mc Neilly (1921-2005)
            • 6 Paul Francis Le Masurier (1946-1946)
            • 6 Susan Le Masurier (1949-1951)
            • 6 Judith Ann Le Masurier (1951- )
            • 6 Janet Mary Le Masurier (1961- )
            • 6 John Paul Le Masurier (1962- )
        • 4 Hilda Le Masurier (1892- )
        • 4 Lydia Louise Le Masurier (1893- )
        • 4 Ida Josephine Le Masurier (1894- )
        • 4 Florence Le Masurier (1896- )
        • 4 Alice Le Masurier (1897- )
        • 4 Henry William Le Masurier (1900- )
      • 3 Maria Jane Le Masurier (1864- ) (St Luke)
    • 2 Abraham Le Masurier (1833- )
    • 2 Jane Marguerite Le Masurier (1835- )
    • 2 Esther Le Masurier (1837- )
    • 2 Elizabeth Le Masurier (1840- )
    • 2 Charles Le Masurier (1842- )
    • 2 Peter Le Masurier (1844- )

Notes and references

  1. Fisherman
  2. Mason
  3. Mason
  4. The marriage record shows lydia as a mason's daughter, but the opposite page shows Desire as a farmer
  5. Worked as a casual gardener at Longueville Manor alongside his wife's father
  6. The following notes have been provided by his son John Paul: At the age of 17 and with noises of war breaking out again he tried to join the Army, but was told he could not join until he turned 18, so on his birthday he enlisted and did some basic training before he was posted in England. He left Jersey with his two sisters, Beryl and Kathleen, and his father. The ship docked in Wales and he made his way to Aldershot, where he got a job as a clerk in the Royal Irish Hussars. His first posting was to France and he was one of the lucky ones rescued from the beach at Dunkirk by a small boat. On returning to England he was sent with the 8th Army to Egypt, and finally Italy. He was also in a large group of people sent to Berlin to help feed the defeated German people after the War, and help run the logistics over there. He then took leave and met and married my mother, Muriel Mc Neilly, in Wales. They moved briefly to Jersey and in 1946 they had there first child, Paul Francis. He died soon after his birth. In 1949 my father was posted to Singapore, where they had a daughter Susan, who died suddenly in 1951. Soon afterwards my mother gave birth to another Daughter, Judith, in Cyprus in 1951. My father was then posted back to England and was stationed in Hounslow. My mother than gave birth in Bedford to another girl, Janet, in 1961. My father was then posted to Aldershot, where I was born in the Army Hospital in 1962. My father left the Army in 1962 having reached the rank of Regimental Sergeant Major and W/O class 2. He then became a civil servant and worked in the social services department in chestnut House Darlington
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