Descendants of Philippe Le Feuvre - 2

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Descendants of Philippe Le Feuvre


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Elizabeth Horton, née Le Brocq (1790-1882), who lived many years at La Fosse, dying aged 92

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  • 1 Philippe Le Feuvre (1750?- ) (St H > St P) m (11/1772, Tr) Susanne Esnouf (Tr)
    • 2 Susanne Anne Le Feuvre (1773- ) (St P)
    • 2 Anne Le Feuvre (1775- ) (St P) [1]
    • 2 Philippe Jean Le Feuvre (1777-1853) of St Aubin [2] m (1/1813, St B) Anne Balleine (St B)
      • 3 Philippe Jean Le Feuvre (1813-1891) [3] m (1838, St B) Elizabeth Horton (1816-1891) d and principal h of Matthieu of La Fosse and of Elizabeth Le Brocq
        • 4 William Francis Le Feuvre (1840- ) [4] m (1885, St B) Alice Blampied daughter of John (St B) [5]
        • 4 Philip Horton Le Febvre (1841-1922) [6] m (1873, St P) Louisa Maria Pipon (1852-1932) d of Thomas Henry [7]
          • 5 Horton Pipon Le Febvre (1874- ) [8]
          • 5 Philip Llewellyn Le Febvre (1875- ) [9] m (1917) Mary Brumage, daughter of Walter, of the Orange Free State
          • 5 Denys Le Febvre (1878- ) [11]
          • 5 Marion Le Febvre (1879- ) [12]
          • 5 Elaine Le Febvre (1881-1963) [13]
          • 5 Rolf Le Febvre (1887- ) [14] m Caroline Herford daughter of W Herford [15]
            • 6 Rolf Horton Le Febvre (1916- ) [16]
            • 6 Margaret Caroline Le Febvre (1919- )
          • 5 Hugh Le Febvre (1892-1965) [17] m Unknown Pape [18]
        • 4 Eliza Anne Le Feuvre (1844- ) m (1863, St P) George de Carteret [19]
        • 4 Anne Le Feuvre (1846- ) m John Bigrel [20]
        • 4 John Le Feuvre (1847- )
        • 4 Emma Le Feuvre (1849- )
        • 4 Jane Le Feuvre (1851- )
        • 4 Mary Le Feuvre (1853- )
        • 4 Francis Balleine Le Feuvre (1855-1945) (Can.) [21] m (March 1877) Anne Gallichan d of Jean and of Marie Le Geyt
          • 5 Eva Ann le Feuvre (1877-1959) m William Baskin (Ontario, Can.)
          • 5 Florence Beeton Le Feuvre (1882-1957) m (Vancouver) Charles Henry Gillis [22]
        • 4 Charles Clement Le Feuvre (1857- ) [23]
    • 2 Jean Le Feuvre (1779-by 1794) (St P)
    • 2 Susanne Le Feuvre (1781- ) (St P)
    • 2 Edouard Le Feuvre (1785- ) (St P) [24]
    • 2 Elizabeth Le Feuvre (1788- ) (St P)
    • 2 George Le Feuvre (1791- ) (St P) [25]
    • 2 Jean Le Feuvre (1794- ) (St P)


Notes and references

  1. Godparents: Jean Le Feuvre of St Helier and Anne Norman of Trinity
  2. Master mariner and (1831-1836) owner of the 118 ton brig Enterprise. Formerly of St Peter, he was baptised there on 6 October 1777, son of the above Philippe and Susanne Esnouf. His family appears to have been associated with the Vingtaine des Augerez, as Philippe Jean`s godfather was "Me Philippe Le Feuvre des Augerez"
  3. Settled at La Fosse, St Peter. He was a Deputy, 1865-1875
  4. Of La Fosse, St Peter and then La Robinette, St Aubin; merchant in 1885
  5. Merchant. Died without issue
  6. MA (Oxon); Chaplain, Indian Army. Senior Chaplain, Bombay Ecclesiastical Establishment, 1869-1889. He served with the Kandahar Field Force, 1880
  7. Of La Hague Manor; Seigneur of La Hague. He was formerly a Lieutenant, HM 97th Foot Regiment
  8. OV. He was born in India and settled in South Africa but later went to Australia. He served in the Natal Carabineers in the Boer War and during 1914-18 with the South African Mounted Rifles. He married but died without issue
  9. Of Cape Town, OV. He joined the Cape Civil Service and became a Justice of the Peace, Cape Town. After settling in the Orange River County, South Africa, he was also there, from 1916, a magistrate
  10. OV. Second Lieutenant, pilot with the South African Air Force, who died of injuries received in a crash, when serving in Egypt
  11. Lived in Johannesburg, South Africa. No issue.
  12. No issue
  13. Of La Chaumière, St Aubin. She was a popular teacher at The Jersey Ladies College, nicknamed 'Phoebe'` as a result of her regular statements that her surname was 'Le Fee-ver' with a 'b', hence 'Fee-bee'! Her distant cousin, Hope de Gruchy, recorded the frequently entertaining distractions, during geography, occasioned by asking `fee-bee` whether or not she had a relative in that particular country. As her relatives were in South Africa, Australia, Canada, the United States of America, Japan and at one time in Rhodesia, little work was done, especially as the anecdotes were both long, numerous and admittedly most interesting
  14. OV. Joined the Cape Civil Service. During WW1 he served as a Lieutenant, South African Forces. He was afterwards Assistant Chief Secretary, South-West African Protectorate (now Namibia).
  15. Sub-Dean of Cape Town
  16. Stayed with his Aunt Elaine in St Aubin in about 1934, visiting Island relatives. He saw active service in WW2
  17. OV. Whilst at Victoria College, Hugh was hunting for birds` nests on the cliffs at Plemont, when he fell about twelve feet (4 metres). He had to be retrieved, and carried to a carriage to take him home because he could not walk: British Press, (31 May 1905), courtesy of Mr Henry Coutanche. He was living in Canada prior to 1914 and served as a Private, Canadian Army, during WWI. Between the wars, he was employed in Japan by the Asiatic Petroleum Company
  18. Existence of issue not known
  19. Of Vale Farm, St Peter. Great-grandparents of the late Roger de Carteret, of Vale Farm and of Marguerite, his sister
  20. Of La Retraite, St Peter
  21. Settled and died in Canada
  22. Descendants in Canada
  23. Went to San José, California
  24. Godparents: Philippe Le Feuvre and Jeanne du Heaume, his wife
  25. Godparents: Me Edouard du Heaume and Mse Elizabeth Le Brocq, his wife


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