Le Druillenec family page
Harold Le Druillenec, who survived Belsen
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Origins of surname
Despite the fact that it is a long-established family name in Brittany, we have failed to find any information giving a clue to the origins of Le Druillenec, in either of its spellings.
The first member of the family to arrive in Jersey was Vincent Marie Le Druillenec, born in Pont Melvez in the Cotes d'Armor department of north Brittany in 1850. He and his wife Sainte Francoise Sangan, who was 20 years younger, had nine children, the last of them born when Vincent Marie was 61.
- Le Drouillenec
- Le Druillenec
Births and baptisms
- Harold Le Druillenec, survivor of Belsen
- Louisa Gould, his sister who died in Ravensbruck
- Ivy Forster, another sister, who was Jersey's first woman Deputy
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