Descendants of William Davy

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Descendants of William Davey
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Although the spelling of the surname below generation 1 has been standardised as Davey, which is what was used for the church records of the majority of family members, the spelling Davy is also found frequently

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  • 1 William Davy (1780-1832) [1] m (1804, Gsy) Marie de France ( -1858)
    • 2 Thomas Davey (1811- ) (St H)
    • 2 Rachel Mary Davey (1813- ) (St H)
    • 2 William George Davey (1816- ) (St H)
    • 2 Mary Ann Davey (1819-1915) (St H)
    • 2 Isaac William Davey (1821-1900) (St H) m (1850, St H) Ann Le Breton (1826-1898) daughter of Philippe Josue (1789-1859) and Esther, nee Essy (1798-1879)
      • 3 Isaac William Davey (1851-1932) (St H) [2] m (1876, St H) Eleanora Goudge (1855- ) daughter of Henry (1823-1858) and Eleonore Hope, nee Perchard (1830-1917)
        • 4 Isaac Davey (1877- ) (St H) [3] m Marguerite Blanche Ledo (1878- ) daughter of Jules (1836- ) and Marie (1840- )
          • 5 Isaac Davey (1900-1973) (St H) [4] m (1923, St H) Madeleine Phyllis Aubert (1901- ) daughter of Frederick Francois
          • 5 Frederick Davey (1901- ) (St H) [5] m (1922, St Helier Registry Office) Laura Josephine Elliot (1901- )
          • 5 William Henry Davey (1904- ) (St H) [6]
          • 5 Marguerite Davey (1905- ) (St H)
          • 5 Constance Davey (1907- ) (St H)
          • 5 Nellie Winifred Davey (1908- ) (St H)
          • 5 Clarence James Davey (1910- ) (St H) [7] m (1910, St P) Alice Matilda Esther Le Monnier (1910- )
            • 6 James Clarence Davey ( -1990)
          • 5 Arthur Morris Davey (1921-2007) (St H)
        • 4 James Edward Davey (1879- ) (St H) m (1905, St H) Alice Maud Hurley (1882- )
          • 5 William Davey (1905- )
          • 5 Cecilia Davey (1906- )
          • 5 James Davey (1907- )
        • 4 Eleanore Davey (1881- )
        • 4 George Perchard Davey (1885-1947) [8] m 1 (1906, St S) Ada Margaret Barette (1888- ) [9] (Lon) daughter of Frank (1860- ) and Marian (1854- )
          • 5 Violet Davey (1910- )
          • 5 George Davey (1911- )
          • 5 Lily Ethel Davey (1914- )
        • 2nd wife (partner) of George Perchard Davey, Clara Lozuet (1895- )
          • 5 Kenneth George Davey (1924-2008) m Grace Rabet (1927-1998)
        • 4 Eva Louisa Davey (1888-1889)
        • 4 William Henry Davey (1891-1896)
        • 4 Violet May Davey (1893-1964) m Willroy Bryant
      • 3 William Davey (1853- ) m Harriet Clara Touzel
        • 4 Harriet Matilda Davey (1889- )
        • 4 Lilian Florence Davey (1890- )
        • 4 William Clarence Davey (1893- )
      • 3 Ann Elizabeth Davey (1855- )
      • 3 Mary Frances Davey (1856-1929) m Albert Henry Moon (1855- )
      • 3 Esther Davey (1858- )
      • 3 Celia Davey (1862- )
      • 3 Matilda Davey (1864-1941)
      • 3 James Davey (1865-1866)
      • 3 Rachel Davey (1868-1868)
      • 3 Selina Davey (1869-1934)

Notes and references

  1. William has now been shown to be the son of John Davy (1760- ) and Mary Wilmington, of Somerset
  2. Shipwright
  3. Plasterer
  4. Plasterer
  5. Plasterer
  6. William Henry Davey, native of St Helier, aged 34 was sentenced in Hull in November 1937 to 9 months hard labour and nine months imprisonment to run consecutively for taking cars without the owners' consent and stealing 19s 4d. William was a chauffer-mechanic
  7. In 1943 Clarence was arrested by the German Field Police for failing to surrender a wireless set and was sentenced to 21 months imprisonment
  8. Labour Corps, 1919-1920
  9. Appeared before Royal Court in 1917 accused of abandoning her children and sent to prison for six months
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