Descendants of Jean de Gruchy and Elizabeth Remon

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  • 1 Jean de Gruchy (1732-1787) [1] m (1762, St Mt) Elizabeth Remon d of Thomas [2] and Elizabeth Arthur
    • 2 Jean de Gruchy (1763-1811) [3] m (1786, St L) Elizabeth Esthur ( -1863) [4]
      • 3 Anne de Gruchy (1789- ) m (1813, St H) Jean Vincent
      • 3 Thomas de Gruchy (1792-1857) [5] m Marie Ollivier ( -1880)
        • 4 Thomas de Gruchy (1820-1889) [6] m (1845, St Mary) Jane Eliza Arthur
        • 4 Jean Ollivier de Gruchy (1821-1906) [7] m Mary Williams David ( -1911)
          • 5 Jean Ollivier de Gruchy (1852-1946) of La Mare m (1880, St C) Ann Filleul Renouf daughter of Josué, Farmer
            • 6 Florence Mary de Gruchy (1880-1960) m (1913, St B) Clarence Huelin son of John [8]
            • 6 John George de Gruchy (1882-1900)
            • 6 Lilian Jane de Gruchy (1886- ) unmarried
            • 6 Ernest Renouf de Gruchy (1892- ) [9] m (1914, Tr) Rose Annie Buesnel (1889-1944) daughter of John [10]
              • 7 Dorothy Rose de Gruchy (1915- ) m ( -- ) Poynton
              • 7 Kathleen May de Gruchy (1918-2018) m Arthur Camiot of Parklands, St Mary
              • 7 Phyllis Una de Gruchy (1920- ) m Snowdon Marguerie of The Firs, St Peter
              • 7 Ernest George de Gruchy (1924-2004) [11] unmarried
          • 5 Mary Jane Williams de Gruchy (1852-1854)
          • 5 Philippe David de Gruchy (1853-1944) [12] m (1894, St My) Clara Mary Le Gresley d of Philip François, of St Ouen
            • 6 Arthur Philip de Gruchy (1894- ) [13] m (1915, St J) Lydia Mary Sauvage d of Peter, of St Ouen
            • 6 Oliver John de Gruchy (1896-1980) [14] m (1926, St S) Maud Le Masurier daughter of John Philip
              • 7 Irene Maud de Gruchy (1929-2016 ) m Philip Le Marquand [15]
              • 7 Iris de Gruchy (1933- ) m Edwin Francis de Gruchy [16]
              • 7 Douglas de Gruchy (1936-1997) m Dawn ?? [17]
            • 6 Ethel Mary de Gruchy (1897- )
          • 5 George Samuel de Gruchy (1855- ) [18]
          • 5 Selina Mary de Gruchy (1856- ) m (1880, St H) Walter Hacquoil, of St Ouen [19] son of John [20]
          • 5 Thomas de Gruchy (1860-1872)
        • 4 Philippe de Gruchy (1824-1824)
      • 3 Jean David de Gruchy (1798-1871) [21] m (1820, St My) Elizabeth Bailhache ( -1875)
        • 4 Jean de Gruchy (1822-1891) [22] m (1876, St S) Ann Valpy ( -1907) daughter of Edouard [23] and Elizabeth de Jersey Le Montais
          • 5 Anna Elizabeth de Gruchy (1876-1953) [24] m (1904, St H) Ernest Le Vavasseur dit Durell, son of William [25]
          • 5 Janet de Gruchy (1878-1900)
        • 4 Philippe de Gruchy (1823-1912) [26]
        • 4 Thomas de Gruchy (1826-1914) [27] m Mary Ann Hacquoil ( -1906)
        • 4 Daniel de Gruchy (1828- ) [28]
        • 4 Mary Ann de Gruchy (1829-1917)
        • 4 Jane de Gruchy (1831-1875)
        • 4 James de Gruchy (1832- ) [29]
        • 4 William de Gruchy (1835- ) [30] m (1869, Aus) Mary Ann Willis Widdicombe (1845?-1891) [31]
          • 5 Philip de Gruchy (1877?-1910) [32] m Anna Villareal Flores
      • 3 Philippe de Gruchy (1805-1856)
    • 2 Thomas de Gruchy (1765- ) [33]
    • 2 Philippe de Gruchy (1768- ) [34] m (1792, St S) Marie Aubin
      • 3 Jean David de Gruchy (1793- )
      • 3 Mary Ann de Gruchy (1794- )
      • 3 Philip Abraham de Gruchy (1796- )
      • 3 Thomas John de Gruchy (1801- )
    • 2 David de Gruchy(1770-1843) [35] m (1788, St J) Marie Marett ( -1846) d of Philippe, of St John, and Marie Hotton [36]
      • 3 Marie Elizabeth de Gruchy (1790-1824) m (1824, St My) George Le Brocq
      • 3 Elizabeth de Gruchy (1792-1795)
      • 3 Anne Elizabeth de Gruchy (1794-1845) m Jean Helier Le Vesconte
      • 3 Elizabeth Marie de Gruchy (1797-1827) m (1827, St J) Jean Barny
      • 3 David Elie de Gruchy (1799-1857) [37] m (1818, St Mary) Susanne Marett
        • 4 Susanne de Gruchy (1818- ) m (1840, St B) Charles Le Cornu
        • 4 David de Gruchy ( -1823)
      • 3 Marguerite Elizabeth de Gruchy (1802- )
      • 3 Philippe de Gruchy (1805-1807)
      • 3 Philippe de Gruchy (1807-1831?) [38]
      • 3 Jean de Gruchy (1810-) [39] m 1 (1830, St H) Mary Amy; 2 (1866, Tr) Louisa Elizabeth Le Riche [40]
        • 4 Louisa Mary Le Riche de Gruchy (1867- )
        • 4 John Charles Le Riche de Gruchy (1870-1878)
        • 4 Thomas John David de Gruchy (1874-) [41] m (1898, Tr) Mary Ann Jane Le Breton ( -1932) d of John, of Trinity
          • 5 Lilia de Gruchy (1899- )
          • 5 Thomas John de Gruchy (1900-1932) [42]
          • 5 Maud de Gruchy (1905-1929)
          • 5 Ernest John de Gruchy (1910- ) [43] m Adele Ruby du Val
        • 4 William George John de Gruchy (1875- ) [44]
      • 3 Rachel Marie de Gruchy (1813-1814)
    • 2 Elizabeth de Gruchy (1776-1819) [45] m (1796, St My) Jean Sauvage [46]

Notes and references

  1. Of La Porte, Ville à L`Evêque, Trinity. Jean de Gruchy was perhaps the man of this name who was captain in 1782 of the privateer Lively, J. Jean, Stories of Jersey`s Ships,160. Items of interest still retained by the family, which were previously at The Elms (La Mare), include telescopes, a sword and mid-18th century charts, one of which, by M. Bellin, is dated 1757 and features Boston and the New England coastline
  2. Of Greenfield, Rue des Buttes, St John
  3. Sold La Porte, (1796), and was then of La Mare (1797), formerly called The Elms, Centenier of St Mary 1808-, Lieut RJMA 1810-11, the date of his death. There are several examples in Jersey of Militia Artillery commissions being acquired in middle-age by former privateer officers settling ashore. There is certainly a tradition in this family that their early 19th century prosperity owed much to the sea
  4. Elizabeth Esthur died aged 84 years
  5. Of La Mare; Lieut RMIJ
  6. Procureur du Bien Public, 1849-1855
  7. Churchwarden, St Mary. Owner, following his father`s death, of a cottage on Mâitre Ile, Ecréhous
  8. Of West View, St Mary, Farmer
  9. Of La Mare (Vineyard), formerly The Elms, Farmer
  10. Of Les Haies, Trinity, Farmer
  11. Once of Le Câtelet, St John
  12. Of La Barcelone, Mourier, Farmer, 1882, Vingtenier du Nord, 1902-8; retired to Greenhill, St Mary. His Will, dated 1938, mentions Le Moulin de Morier (now demolished; the site can still be seen half way up the west side of Morier Valley), which he had purchased from his brother George Samuel de Gruchy in 1907, and which he left to his son, Oliver John de Gruchy
  13. Of Greenhill, with life usage; Farmer. He died without issue
  14. Of North Lynn, St John, Farmer; executor of his mother`s Will
  15. 2 daughters
  16. 2 sons, 1 grandson (see descendants of Phillipe de Gruchy & Jeanne Richardson)
  17. no issue from this marriage
  18. Emigrated to Gaspé, Canada, then New York
  19. Farmer
  20. Draper
  21. Of Meadow Court, St Mary
  22. Of Meadow Court
  23. Of Les Fontaines, St John
  24. Of Meadow Court daughter and heiress
  25. Merchant; descendants
  26. Of the Bachelors House, Le Marais, St Mary; Procureur du Bien Public, 1879-1899, unmarried
  27. Of the Bachelors House, St Mary; no issue
  28. Of the Bachelors` House, St Mary, mariner; unmarried
  29. Emigrated by 1851
  30. Settled in Australia
  31. Died in Melbourne, aged 46
  32. Of Melbourne
  33. A partage dated 1st June 1799, of the late Jean de Gruchy`s inheritance, does not mention a son called Thomas or any heirs of his. Thomas will thus have died by then without heirs of his body
  34. Master Mariner, Southampton trade; settled out of the Island, with wife and family
  35. Of Whitton, St John, his wife`s property; he was also in 1815 a sergeant in the Militia. David also owned until 1819 "La Maison du Havre de Bonne Nuit" near the foot of Bonne Nuit Hill and a house on Maïtre Ile, at the Ecréhous, where his initials and date are engraved: DDGY 1806
  36. Marie Hotton was elder daughter and principal heir of Nicolas Hotton, son of Clement
  37. Mariner, of the vessel Sir Isaac Newton (Capt Pirouet). Died of dysentery, Manilla
  38. No age or detail on burial, 1831
  39. Mariner, then farmer at Les Hougues, Trinity
  40. The Groom aged 56, his bride aged 16!
  41. Farming at Bellevue, Trinity, in 1911; then in 1932 at Le Pré, St Martin, Mason
  42. Thomas John died in Trinity, aged 32, exactly four days after his mother
  43. A Tree Feller; he was living at Les Platons, Trinity, 1941, with wife and son
  44. Living in 1881, William does not feature in later Island censuses
  45. Her burial (St My) records that she was native de la Trinité, a reminder that she was born while her parents were still at La Porte, Ville à L'Evêcque, Trinity
  46. Of Le Carrefour
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