George, Eugenie and Clemence Bouteloup relaxing in 1932
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Origins of surname
This name comes from the old French bote lou, which translates as 'hit wolf' and was given to a hunter of wolves.
The Jersey family which is still present today was started by Vincent Bouteloup, born in France in about 1827, who had five children in Jersey by two wives. (see trees below)
Great War service
Notes on our list, abbreviations used etc
Sons of Alexis Francois Bienaime and Clemence Louise Corbet
- Edward Rene Lucien Bouteloup (1896-1975) (St H) Corporal, Middlesex Regiment
- Rene Lucien Bouteloup (1900- ) (St H) Private, Hampshire Regiment
These wills created by members of the Bouteloup family are now held by Jersey Archive. By visiting the archive site and using the names, dates and reference numbers shown here, it is possible to view a copy of each will. You will have to subscribe to the Archive's online service to do this. To find out more about this collection, which covers the period from 1663 to 1948, and how to search for your family's wills there, visit our Jersey wills page
- Bouteloup : Alexis Francis , 4 Charing Cross, St Helier - 23/Jan/1933 , 18/Jun/1935 , D/Y/A/97/100
- Bouteloup : Alexis Francois Bienaime , ... - 27/Nov/1900 , 01/Apr/1912 , D/Y/A/71/35
- Bouteloup : Emile Corbet , described in his last will and testament as Emile C Bouteloup, of 49, Westwood Street, Manchester, Connecticut, United States of America - 08/Apr/1970 , 08/Jun/1971 , D/Y/B1/160/12
- Bouteloup : Eugenie Lucie Alice , described in her last will and testament as Eugenie Lucie Bouteloup, of 64, Stopford Road, St Helier - 01/Mar/1965 , 17/Feb/1972 , D/Y/B1/170/55
Clemence Louise Bouteloup, nee Corbet, 1941
Clemence Louise Bouteloup, nee Corbet, 1947
Eugenie Lucie Bouteloup in 1941
Eugene Lucie Bouteloup in 1932
George, Eunice and Clemence Bouteloup
Rene, Edouard, Vincent and Emile Bouteloup, 1932
Rene, Emile, Alexis and Edouard Bouteloup, 1925
The Bouteloup shop in Portbail
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