Descendants of Nicolas Mauger

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Descendants of Nicolas Mauger


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This tree was added in 2023 by Mike Bisson, following research into church records. It traces the ancestors of four brothers who served during the Great War. Three of the four survived, but one of them was killed in World War Two

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  • 1 Nicolas Mauger (St L) [1] m (1804, St L) Jeanne Hamptonne
    • 2 Jean Mauger (1810- ) (St L) [2] m (1841, St B) Elizabeth Le Cornu
      • 3 Philip Francis Mauger (1844- ) (St B) m (1865, St B) Mary Ann Le Boutillier (1846- )
        • 4 Philip Francis Mauger (1866- ) (St B) m (1886, St B) Dinah Aeschliman (1859- )
          • 5 Philip Edward Mauger (1887-1918) (St B) [3] m Charlotte Chambers
          • 5 John Francis Mauger (1890- ) (St B) [4]
          • 5 George Hampton Mauger (1892-1939) (St B) [5]
          • 5 Audrey Beatrice Mauger (1894- ) (St B)
          • 5 Arthur Reginald Mauger (1895- ) (St B) [6] m Ada Florence Aubert (1889-1941)
            • 6 Yvonne Mauger (1915- )
            • 6 Nigel Henry Mauger (1917-1985)
            • 6 Graeme Arthur Mauger (1926- )
        • 4 Mary Ann Elizabeth Mauger (1867- ) (St B)
        • 4 Francis Philip Mauger (1869- ) (St B)
        • 4 John Francis Mauger (1870- ) (St B)
        • 4 Elizabeth Marie Mauger (1872- ) (St B)
        • 4 Alice Jane Mauger (1874- ) (St B)
        • 4 Ada Lizzie Mauger (1877- ) (St B)
      • 3 John Mauger (1846- ) (St B)
    • 2 Matthieu Mauger (1813- ) (St B)
    • 2 Marguerite Mauger (1816- ) (St B)
    • 2 Nicolas Mauger (1819- ) (St B)

Notes and references

  1. Nicolas was born in about 1775. There are three possible St Lawrence baptisms around this date
  2. Although Jean's marriage record shows him as born and living in St Brelade, this would appear to be an error, because the family started out in St Lawrence and moved to St Brelade after Jean was born
  3. Killed when his ship was sunk a few weeks before the end of the Great War
  4. Army service in Great War
  5. Served in Merchant Navy in both world wars, killed when his ship was torpedoed a few weeks after the start of WW2
  6. Army service in Great War
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