The Lemprieres of Dielament Manor

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Descendants of Jean Lempriere


This tree, added to the site in 2016, shows the Lempriere family of Dielament Manor. It is a simplified descendancy to show the seigneurs of the fief de Dielament from the 14th century to the 20th. [1]

They also owned the manor which is at the heart of the fief, until 1811, when it was separated from the the fief de Rosel, also owned by the family, and the manor sold off, although the fief de Dielament was retained.

Further details linked to this tree can be found on Descendants of Everard de Lempriere (970), Descendants of George Lempriere (1430), Descendants of Hugh Lempriere, Sara Dumaresq and Jeanne Herault

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  • 1 Jean Lempriere (1380- ) [2] m Jeannette Le Lorreur (1385- ) [3]
    • 2 George Lempriere (1430-1515) [4] m Thomasse de St Martin (1442-1515) d of Jean [5]
      • 3 Drouet Lempriere (1474-1522) [6] m Mabelle de Carteret (1478- ), daughter of Philippe and Marguerite Harliston
        • 4 Thomas Lempriere (1514-1583) [7] m Alice de la Rosque (1518-1589)
          • 5 Michel Lempriere (1536-1584), [8] m Mabel Dumaresq (1527-1615) [9] only daughter of Richard [10] and Collette Larbalestier
            • 6 Hugh Lempriere (1562-1624) [11] m 1, Sara Dumaresq, daughter of Helier [12] and Francoise Hamptonne [13]
              • 7 Philippe Lempriere (1592-1632) [14] m Marie Le Montais, [15] daughter of Helier [16]
                • 8 Philippe Lempriere ( -1653) [17]
                • 8 Hugh Lempriere (1632-1685) [18] m Margaret La Cloche, daughter of Jean [19] and Marguerite de Carteret, daughter of Josué [20]
            • 2nd wife of Hugh Lempriere, Jeanne Herault
              • 7 Michel Lempriere (1606-1671) [21] m Sara de Carteret (1630-1690), daughter of Francois [22] and Judith Le Febvre
                • 8 Michel Lempriere (1666-1737) [23] m Francoise de Carteret (1673-1764) daughter of Francois [24] and Marie Bailhache
                  • 9 Michel Lempriere (1695-1762) [25] m Jeanne Corbet ( -1762), daughter of James [26] and Anne de Carteret, d aughter of Francois

Notes and references

  1. The Rev J A Messervy calls Reginald Raoul Lempriere the 17th seigneur of Dielament, but we believe that over these 15 generations there were 18 seigneurs, as shown in the tree above, because of the inheritance of the seigneurship by brothers and cousins on various occasions
  2. Seigneur of Rozel
  3. Whose family owned part of the fief and seigneury of Dielament, which her younger son, George, probably purchased. She seems to have married about 1410, or shortly afterwards
  4. Third son, probably fourth child; Seigneur of Augrès and Dielament, Constable of St Saviour 1464, Jurat
  5. Sister and heiress of Thomas, Seigneur of Trinity
  6. Seigneur of Diélament, Augrès and Trinity, Jurat 1504-20
  7. Seigneur of Diélament, Constable of St Saviour 1552; Jurat 1557-83
  8. Seigneur of Diélament, Attorney-General, Deputy of the States in England, 1582
  9. Widow of Jean Messervy, Constable of St Martin
  10. Seigneur of Vinchelez de Bas, Jurat 1537-56
  11. Seigneur of Diélament
  12. Jurat, of La Haule
  13. His first wife
  14. Seigneur of Diélament and Surville, Jurat 1624-32
  15. Sister of Jurats Elie and Clement Le Montais
  16. Constable of St Ouen, and Catherine Hamptonne
  17. Seigneur of Diélament
  18. Seigneur of Diélament, Jurat 1659-60
  19. Jurat
  20. Seigneur of Trinity
  21. Jurat, 1637 Bailiff of Jersey, 1643 and 1651-60
  22. Seigneur of La Hague, Jurat 1627, Juge-délégué, 1665
  23. Seigneur of Diélament, Jurat 1718-1734
  24. de la Hougue
  25. Seigneur of Diélament, Advocate, Jurat 1737-62
  26. Viscount, Jurat (1712-30)
  27. Seigneur of Diélament, Solicitor-General 1741-50, Jurat and Lieut-Bailiff, 1750-81, Juge-délégué 1763
  28. Advocate
  29. Seigneur of Diélament, Advocate 1761-63
  30. Seigneur of Diélament, Saval etc, Advocate 1776, Jurat and Lieut-Bailiff 1781-90
  31. Seigneur of Diélament, Rosel etc, Jurat 1819, Col of North Regiment of Militia
  32. Jurat 1779-1800
  33. Seigneur of Diélament, Major 53rd Regt, killed at Crimea
  34. Seigneur of Rosel and Diélament
  35. Seigneur of Rosel and Diélament, Constable of St Martin 1880-83, Advocate, Jurat 1894, Viscount 1894
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