Hervieu family page
Louis Frederick Hervieu married Mary Elizabeth Norman in St Lawrence in 1851
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Origins of surname
This name, in its variety of spellings, is a diminuitive of the French personal name Herve. Hervieu is the spelling common in Normandy and Hervieux in Brittany.
The family name, which is still present in Jersey today, did not appear in the island until the 1840s.
Births and baptisms
Great War service
- Frank Edmund Hervieu (1898- ) (St L) , ex-RMIJ, Private, RASC
- George Alfred Hervieu (1884- ) (St L) ex-RMIJ, Private, RJGB
- Alfred Hervieu (1896- ) (St L) Private, Hampshire Regiment
- John William Hervieu (St J) ex-RMIJ, L-Cpl Labour Corps
- Peter Auguste Hervieu (1894- ) (St J) son of Pierre Jules and Marie Rosalie Andespres, Driver, Royal Horse Artillery
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