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Ismailia, St Peter


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Property name



Rue de la Pointe, St Peter

Type of property

Tastefully restored early 18th century house

Families associated with the property

  • Huelin
  • Marguerie: In 1941 Philip Thomas Marguerie (882- ), his wife Lydia Ann, nee Le Cornu (1888- ) and their daughters Dulcie May (1921- ) and Queenie (1928- ) were living here


  • 17 PHL MLB 28 - For Philippe Huelin and Marie Le Brocq[1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This early 18th century house retains its historic proportions and character, with original corbelled fireplaces. It contributes to the rural, roadside setting. This building is shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Gable to road. Converted barn to west and modern extensions to rear.

On ground floor east and west gables and first floor east gable are corbelled fireplaces with altered lintels.

Notes and references

  1. No marriage record has been found for this couple, who had a daughter, Marie, baptised in St Peter in 1725. They do not appear to fit into any of our Huelin trees
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