Kemish family page
Martha Kemish married Joseph Fielder in St Helier in 1858
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Origins of surname
This name has one of two derivations. The first is from a Norman nickname cammus or camois, meaning ‘snub-nosed’, but those who have the name may prefer the suggestion that is is derived from chemise and was the word for a shirt maker.
Stephen Kemish married an unknown Mary at St Brelade in about 1831. They had three children but their line appears not to have descended any further.
There are other variants not associated with Jersey
Great War service
- Albert Arthur Kemish (1888- ) (St H) son of John and Mary Ann Lloyd, Gunner in Royal Garrison Artillery, ex-RMIJ
- Frederick D Kemish (St H), Private in RAMC
- John William Kemish (1884- ) (St H) son of John and Mary Ann Lloyd, Private in Dorsetshire Regiment
- John William Kemish (1885- ) (St H), Able Seaman RN, HMS Iron Duke