Historic Jersey buildings
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- Petite Chasserie - included in the 1901 census
Mont Cochon, St Lawrence
Type of property
19th century house
Families associated with the property
- Gibaut: Mary Ann Pinel Gibaut, nee Laurens (1872- ), widow of Frank Marett Gibaut, was farming here in 1901. Her sons Stanley Marett (1893- ), Clarence (1894- ) and Edmond (1896- ), and daughter Lilian (1895- ) were living with her.
Retired farmer Jean Laurens (1843- ) was living at Petite Chasserie in 1901
Historic Environment Record entry
A well preserved late 19th century Jersey house, reflecting the new found affluence of the time, forming a group with late 18th and mid-19th century farm buildings. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.