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Parklands, St Peter


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Property name


Other names

Parkland - in 1901 census


Rue du Panigot, St Peter

Type of property

18th century house


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Vincent
  • Hamon: The 1901 census shows farmer Philip Hamon (1851- ) and his wife Ann (1853- ) living here with their sons Philip (1882- ), working on the farm, and Clarence (1888- ), apprentice carpenter; and daughter Lilian (1883- ) We have not been able to place them in any of our family trees
  • Le Miere: In 1941 Maurice Rene Le Miere (1901- ), his wife Sylvie Francine, née Le Neindre (1903- ) and their children Maurice Emile Paul (1923- ), Andre Bernard (1930- ) and Michael John (1938- ) were living here


Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This mid-18th century, five-bay house retains it character and some contemporaneous historic features and also later 19th century features. It contributes to the hillside rural setting.

Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

House is an early example of dressed ashlar from Sorel quarry.

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