Origin of surname
Although the name is undoubtedly of French origin, and is one of the earliest recorded in Jersey, we have no information about either its derivation or where the first family to settle in the island originated.
It is perhaps synonymous with Beaugier and/or Beaugé, and is ultimately derived from the germanic Baldegarius, which translates as 'audacious' + 'spear'.
The delightfully named Cherubin Beaugie was baptised in St Helier in 1485 and is the head of the family in the tree below. The name is still present in Jersey today.
- Beaugeard is a separate family
- Beaugie baptisms in Jersey
- Beaugie marriages in Jersey (groom)
- Beaugie marriages in Jersey (bride)
- Beaugie burials in Jersey
Great War service
- Edward Philip Beaugie (1888- ) (St H), son of Philip Edward and Louisa Le Page, Able seaman RN, HMS Dreadnought
- William Clarence Beaugie (1884- ) (St H), son of John and Ann Elizabeth, Private, RJGB, ex-RMIJ
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