Descendants of Thomas de Gruchy and Douce de Gruchy

From theislandwiki
Jump to: navigation, search


Descendants of Thomas de Gruchy
TreeIcon.png



de Gruchy family page and links to other trees


A blue link anywhere in the text will lead you to another page with more information on this family

If you spot any errors in this tree or are able to provide additional information, either click on the Discussion tab at the top of the page and leave details there (you need to be a registered user) or send an email to editcontact@theislandwiki.org. Registered users can also edit this tree, and are welcome to add additional information. However, if you think there are errors, please contact us first so that your proposed adjustments can be discussed with the original submitter of the tree

  • 1 Thomas de Gruchy (1698-1775) [1] m (1726, Tr) Douce de Gruchy
    • 2 Thomas de Gruchy (1727-1824) [2] m (1775, Tr) Marie Noel
      • 3 Thomas de Gruchy (1778-1844) [3]
      • 3 Marie de Gruchy (1780- ) m (1801, St Mt) Charles Perrée
      • 3 Philippe de Gruchy (1782-1853) [4] m (1804, St H) Betsey Billot
        • 4 Philippe de Gruchy (1805-1856) Mason of Havre des Pas, then of 22, Limpet Lane, St Helier m (1824, St H) Nancy Marett
          • 5 Philippe de Gruchy (1825- ) [5] m (1846, St H) Sophia Melekin
            • 6 Sophia Ann de Gruchy (1846- )
            • 6 Georgina Louisa de Gruchy (1848- ) m (1876, St S) John Sandys
              • 7 Thomas William de de Gruchy (11/1867- ) [6]
            • 6 Elizabeth Ann de Gruchy (1849-1864)
            • 6 Adelaide Victoria de Gruchy (1852- )
          • 5 Nancy de Gruchy (1827-1829)
          • 5 Thomas de Gruchy (1829-1851) [7] m (1850, St S) Elizabeth Ahier
          • 5 John de Gruchy (1831-1880)
          • 5 Frederick de Gruchy (1832- ) [8]
          • 5 François de Gruchy (1834-1869) [9] m Elizabeth
            • 6 Ellen de Gruchy (1853- )
        • 4 Elizabeth de Gruchy (1806-1866) m (1849, Tr) Philippe Nicolle
        • 4 Nancy de Gruchy (1808-1808)
        • 4 Marguerite de Gruchy (1809-1828)
        • 4 Jean de Gruchy (1812- ) m (1833, Tr) Nancy Hamon
          • 5 Anne de Gruchy (1835-1856)
          • 5 Jean de Gruchy (1836- ) [10]
        • 4 Nancy de Gruchy (1815-1865) m (1848, Tr) Richard Quérée
        • 4 Charles de Gruchy (1818-1899) [11] m 1 Jane Renouf; 2 Rachel Pallot d of Charles and Rachel de Gruchy
          • 5 Jane de Gruchy (1849-1899) m Joseph Le Seelleur[12]
        • by 2nd marriage of Charles de Gruchy
          • 5 Charles de Gruchy (1873-1946, Wandsworth) [13] m (1900, Eng.) Louisa Kate Ringrose
            • 6 Charles Robin de Gruchy (1902-1966) [14]
            • 6 Margaret de Gruchy (1904-1993, Hastings)
            • 6 Katherine Ruth de Gruchy (1907-2002) [15]
        • 4 Daniel de Gruchy (1820-1842) [16] m (1841, St H) Jeanne Amy
          • 5 Jane de Gruchy (1841-1923) m 1 (1858, St H) Charles Langlois, Mariner; 2 Auguste de Caux
        • 4 Mary de Gruchy (1822-1823)
        • 4 Mary de Gruchy (1825- )
        • 4 Jane de Gruchy (1827-1829)
      • 3 Elizabeth de Gruchy (1785-1859) m (1807, Tr) James Herivel
      • 3 Esther de Gruchy (1787-1860) m (1815, Tr) Thomas Grindin
    • 2 Douce de Gruchy (1730- ) m (1762, Tr) Philippe Vaudin [17]
    • 2 Elizabeth de Gruchy (1733-1823) m (1757, Tr) Jean de Gruchy (1730- )
    • 2 Francoise de Gruchy (1735- ) m (1753, Tr) Philippe Bisson
    • 2 Charles de Gruchy (1738- )
    • 2 Michel de Gruchy (1740-1780) [18] m (1775, Tr) Sara du Tot
    • 2 Marie de Gruchy (1743-1833)
    • 2 Jean de Gruchy (1746- ) m (1784, Tr) Elizabeth Le Riche
    • 2 Anne de Gruchy (1747-1747)

Notes and references

  1. Thomas de Gruchy du Havre, of Rozel, where he had bought house and land, 1746
  2. Of Rozel Harbour 1824
  3. Mariner of Rozel Harbour 1841, no issue
  4. Mariner. Inherited the Rozel Harbour home of his brother, (sold 1844 to Mr Dufresne)
  5. 17 Roseville Street, Mariner, 1851
  6. Thomas used by 1881 the surname Sandys. He, his parents, and infant sister Agnes had settled in Lambeth by the date of that census. He later joined the Army
  7. Roseville Lane, Mason, 1851. He had no issue
  8. Believed to have settled in Newfoundland. He married. Descendants include a son (a former circus strong-man who became a successful builder in New York) and a grandson (US Naval Architect, Hampton, Virginia) and descendants, "de Grouche" in Virginia, USA
  9. Of St Helier, Fisherman and Boatman, 1851-61
  10. Jean left no issue in Jersey. Both of his parents appear to have died by 1841
  11. Mason 1851, then Contractor of Public Works and Quarry Owner, Mont Mado, St John
  12. Manager, Mont Mado Quarry
  13. Of Heathfield Gardens, Wandsworth (1905-46); ARIBA; Master of Architecture, Royal Academy of Arts, Member of the the Council; designed Jersey's 1914-18 War Memorial, (Cenotaph), St Helier
  14. Of London and then Pangbourne, a noted journalist, also owner of Mont Mado Quarries
  15. Died at Uckfield, Sussex. None of this family appear to have married, as Charles Robin`s executors in 1966 were his sisters, described as spinsters
  16. Mason in St Helier
  17. Capt RJM
  18. Bought his father's house and adjoining land at Rozel Harbour, 1773
Personal tools
Donate

Please support theislandwiki.org with a donation to our hosting costs