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Route du Mont Mado, St John
Type of property
Two cottages built for workers at Mont Mado quarry
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Coutanche: In 1941 [Descendants_of_Pierre_Coutanche_(1545)|Herbert Charles Coutanche (1884- ), his wife Emma Jane, nee Vibert (1885- ) and daughter Doris Laura (1928- )]] were living here
- 17 TP ♥ CLG 21 - The Datestone Register does not decipher this stone. HER suggests that the TP stands for Tapin, which seems most unlikely. 
Historic Environment Record entry
Early 18th century cottage, which retains exterior form and character of group value and streetscape value. Originally quarry workers cottage, for Mont Mado Quarry.
Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. Single storey, four-bay. Substantial granite chimneys on gables with dripstones, gable copings. Roughly quoined surrounds to windows.
No 2: 18th century cottage.
Single storey with attic, five-bay, at right angles to north side of road. Pitched pantile roof, dressed granite chimneys at ends, thatch stones, roof lights.
Notes and references
- ↑ The usual convention, which has been followed with the second set of initials, if for them to stand for a given name and the syllables of a family name. We have been unable to fit the initials to any marriage or set of parents in our database. There were very few Tapins in Jersey and none fit this stone