Historic Jersey buildings
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Grande Route de St Martin
Type of property
19th century rural house
Sold for £473,000 in 203
Families associated with the property
- Allo: In the 1881 census Jean Francois Allo (1848- ), his wife Marie Louise, nee Le Cocq (1859- ) and their daughter Marie (1881- ) were recorded living here 
- Le Breton: In 1941 Gordon Arthur Le Breton (1910- ), later Constable of St Saviour, and his wife Eileen Elise, née Le Masurier (1913- ) were living here
Historic Environment Record entry
Mid-late 19th century house retaining its proportions and historic character of the principal south elevation, and contributing to the corner setting. Gable end on Grande Route de St Martin, entrance set back from Rue des Pigneaux.
Two-storey, five-bay house. Slate roof with central raked dormer.
Notes and references
- ↑ Like other Allo immigrants in Jersey, Jean Francois was born in Ploeuc-sur-Lie, Brittany. He married Marie Louise in Trinity, Jersey on 11 September 1880, followed by a civil marriage in Plaintel, Brittany, six weeks later on 24 October. Jean Francois was the son of Yves and Anne, nee David, and Marie Louise was the daughter of Charles and Marie, nee Morel. Although her family name was recorded as Le Cocq in Jersey, the family name appears to have been written as Coq in France. Although the couple were undoubtedly related to other Allos in Ploeuc, they do not fit into either of our family trees