St Aidans

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St Aidans, Grouville


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Property name

St Aidans [1]

Location

Grande Route des Sablons, La Rocque, Grouville

Type of property

18th century coastal house

Valuations

No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Roissier
  • Du Heaulme and Bree: Their wills show that Ernest Philip du Heaume was living here in 1940 and Harold Touzel Brée in 1967.

Datestones

  • BRS JGV 1797 - For Bernabé Roissier and Jeanne Gavey, who married in Trinity in 1764. [2]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late 18-early 19th century house retaining some original exterior features, contributing to streetscape opposite La Rocque harbour.

Round-arched entrance, later than house.

Notes and references

  1. The name should properly be St Aidan's, but appears to be spelt without an apostrophe
  2. The datestone register records: 'Bernabé Roissier, son of Jean of Grouville (1737-1812) married on 22 February 1764 Jeanne Gavey of St Clement (?-1811). Had issue in St Clement from 1765-1776 and both are buried there. Not the original house on the site, of which one wall and a fireplace survives in the back garden. The property was an inheritance which Bernabé sold to Clement Godfray, son of Helier for 408 Livres on 25 June 1808. Described as being on the Fief de la Franche Aumone (Gr) adjoining land owned by Jean Brée, son of Helier
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