Le Gres

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Le Gres, Trinity


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Property name

Le Gres

Other names

  • Le Gres Farm
  • Les Gres - incorrect spelling in Datestone Register


Rue de La Blanche Pierre, Trinity

Type of property

Former 18th century farm, much altered


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Gallichan
  • Allain: In 1901 Francois Allain (1882- ) and his father Francois (1833- ) were living and farming here. Unusually Francois jnr is shown as head of household and his father was apparently working for him
  • Anthoine: During the German Occupation Frank Alexandre Anthoine (1912- ), his wife Alice Yvonne, neé Bouette (1921- ) and their daughter Pamela June (1943- ) were living here


  • 17 EGLC ♥ IPC 93 - For Edouard Gallichan and Jeanne Picot , who married in Trinity in 1780

Historic Environment Record entry

This is not a listed building, despite having its origins in the 18th century. It merits a brief entry in the HER website.

House is roughly squared granite. THree bays two storeys with attic dormers. Regular courtyard plan. Farmstead shown on the 1935 ordnance survey map. Much modernised.

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