Le Quelenec family page
Francis Peter Ferbrache, Adeline Le Quelenec and their children, Freda and Alice
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Origins of surname
We have not been able to find any information on the origins of this surname. The family comes from the north of Brittany.
The name first appeared in Jersey records in the 1860s, although it has been suggested that William Le Quellenec, who is at the head of the tree below, was born in St Saviour in 1855.
It is thought that at least two separate Le Quelenec families came to Jersey from Brittany.
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Great War service
- William Joseph Le Quelenec (1883- ) (St S) husband of Elizabeth Anne Jeffrey, Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry
- Charles Oscar Le Quelenec (1880- ) (St H) husband of Alice Maud Mary Tirel, Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, ex-RMIJ
- Charles Pierre Le Quelenec (1886-1968) (St H)]] m (1919, Calais) Marie Louise Julie Guilbert, Sergeant RE
- Francois Henri Le Quelenec (1875-1917) (Jersey) husband of Julia Le Prevost, L-Sgt Royal Guernsey Light Infantry, died in Guernsey
- Charles Oscar Le Quelenec
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