Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue des Landes, St Peter
Type of property
18th century five-bay house with second house
Families associated with the property
- TLB SHL 1763 - Not recorded by Datestone Register. Possibly for Thomas Le Brun and Susanne Helleur, or Huelin. There is no record for such a marriage, but it is possible that the stone has been misread and should be TLB MHL, which would stand for Thomas Le Brun and Marie Huelin, married in St Mary in 1760
- 17 ILB 94
- ILB MLB 1810  - On Clunie, For Jean and Marie Le Brun, who married in St Peter on 5 January 1797
- ILB MLB 1798 - Also at Clunie for Jean and Marie Le Brun
It has not been possible to place any of these Le Bruns in existing Jerripedia trees
Historic Environment Record entry
This late 18th century five-bay Jersey house retains its historic proportions and contributes to the rural roadside setting. Shown on the Richmond map of 1795.
West gable on the road. Detached to south is single storey building. Stone chimneys, with dripstones, to each gable. Walls coursed rubble with dressed stone openings. Glazed porch over door. Roof raised from single storey in late 20th century.
Notes and references
- ↑ According to Jersey Datestone Register, carved as JI8LB MLBJ0)