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Oakland, St Mary


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Property name


Other names

Oaklands [1]


Grande Rue, St Mary

Type of property

Late 19th century country house


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Morin: In 1942 Louis Marie Morin (1902- ), his wife Louisa Mary, nee Rondel (1902- ) and their daughter Lousia Maud (1924- ) and son Edmund Stanley (1927- ) were living here. Louis Marie was the son of Pierre Francois Morin, born in Cotes d'Armor, Brittany in 1862, emigrated to Jersey and died there in 1947

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A modest [2] example from the later 19th century period, which retains an overall external 19th century character. Two-storey, three-bay house, with two-storey 21st century wing set back to east.

Notes and references

  1. There is considerable confusion in official records over whether the house name has a final 's' or not. It appears that dropping the 's' may be a relatively recent decision by the owners
  2. The entry in HER does not indicate what this, substantial by most people's standards in the 21st century, country house is a modest example of
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