Old Farm, Trinity

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Old Farm, Trinity


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Property name

Old Farm

Location

Route de La Trinite, Trinity

Type of property

Farm

Valuations

No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

Datestones

  • EB ALF 1712 - For Elie Bisson and Anne Laffolet, who married in St Brelade in 1710 [1]
  • EBS 1742 - For Bisson [2]
  • JRN BRN 1820 - For Jean and Betthe Renouf, married in Trinity in 1795
  • MNC AE 53 1797 - This stone is believed to be from another Trinity property and is very unusual in that it is believed to record the death of a Nicolle at the age of 53 in 1797. This may be Marie Nicolle, nee Cabot, wife of Jean. She was buried in Trinity in that year

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Historic farm group including early 18th century farmhouse and later outbuildings, retaining historic character and features. Farmhouse including cross wing, retains original window openings and thatch stones with later pantile roof.

Modern front door in enlarged window opening in north end of wing. Timber replacement sash windows throughout. Modern conservatory extension to south of wing. Granite gateway.

Notes and references

  1. This stone has been wrongly and somewhat vaguely attributed by the Datestone Register, copied by HER, as for 'Elie or Edouard Bisson and possibly Anne Le Feuvre. There is no such marriage, whereas the marriage of Elie Bisson and Anne Laffolet appears in our database and a Jerripedia family tree
  2. This stone is something of a mystery because Elie on the previous stone lived until 1777. It is possible that the stone refers to work done on the property by his son, also Elie
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