Faldouet Farm

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Faldouet Farm, St Martin


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Property name

Faldouet Farm

Other names


Rue du Ministre, St Martin

Type of property

19th century farm group


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Families associated with the property

  • de Quetteville: In the 1851 census, Francois de Quetteville (1781-1871) and his wife Mary, nee Mourant, were farming 20 acres, being about 50 vergées, a very sizeable holding in Jersey`s fertile soil
  • Falle: John Alexandre Falle (1863- ) son of Jean and Jane Alexandre, was living here when his will was registered in 1912. He had married Alice Clementine Renouf in 1886 [1]
  • Nicolle: In 1941 Arthur Nicolle (1895- ), his wife Marie Blanche, nee Le Sueur (1894- ) and their daughter Kathleen Ella (1929- ) were living here


  • MMR 18 - The unidentified female side of a broken datestone: probably for "Marie MouRant"- perhaps Marie Mourant, above

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-late 19th century farm group, retaining some original features and character. Main house (5 bay, 2 storey) with 4 bay 2 storey wing to west forming L-shape with farm buildings to the north. New cottage at rear and single storey outbuildings.

One pigsty and outside privy retained.

Notes and references

  1. He did not die until 1938
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