Raimbault

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This family has its origins in St Saturnin sur Loire in the 18th century, but later generations lived in north Brittany


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Michel Raimbault was buried in St Saviour in 1792

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Origins of surname

This was originally a personal name of Germanic origin, from Raginbald (ragin = 'advice', bald = 'audacious'. It is a name common mainly in the west of France, with regional variations in spelling.

Early records

Ancestors of the Raimbault family in Jersey mainly lived in small communes in the Cotes d'Armor department of Brittany, although their lineage can be traced back to inland France near Tours, on the Loire.

Variants

  • Raimbault
  • Raimbaud
  • Raimbaut
  • Raimbaux
  • Raimbeau
  • Raimbeaud
  • Raimbeault
  • Raimbeaux
  • Raimbold
  • Rainbeaud

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