St Martin de Quetteville descendancy

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Descendants of Clement de Quetteville
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This tree was received after Descendants of Jean de Quetteville (1535), posted in 2010, and also after Descendants of Jean de Quetteville (1558), and Descendants of Philippe de Quetteville, both posted in 2013. The earlier generations of these trees now mostly agree, although we have not yet been able to cross-check all generations with parish records (some early generations predate those records). The tree comes from a good source and may, however, contain useful information. It has been amended, in many places, and annotated by Guy Dixon, but still contains many errors, which can only be resolved by considerable research in the Jersey Land Register. There are still some unlikely placements (mostly noted) in the early generations, but we have done our best to resolve many of the problems presented. A speculative ancestry, prior to Clement de Quetteville at the top of this tree, purports to take the lineage back to the 12th century, but the gaps between generations and lack of detail are so misleading that we have decided not to show it.

See Discussion tab for suggestions relating to the various marriages of Amice de Quetteville (Gen 3) and his son Amice

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Jean de Quetteville

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Girard de Quetteville

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Clement Augustus de Quetteville

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David de Quetteville

de Quetteville family page and links to other trees


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  • 1 Clement de Quetteville (1450- ) (St Mt) m Barbe [1]
    • 2 Jean de Quetteville (1480?-1604) [2] m Regnaulde Gallichan d of Philippot
      • 3 Madeleine de Quetteville [3] m Jean Perchard
      • 3 Collette de Quetteville m Martin Badier
      • 3 Edmond de Quetteville (1520?-1597) [4] m 1 Jeanne Le Ray; 2 (1555?) Elizabeth Le Marquand d of Raulin [5]
        • 4 Marie de Quetteville (1558?- ) m (1582?) Jean Horman (St S)
        • 4 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1563?-1653) m Leonard Noel (St Mt)
        • 4 Jean de Quetteville (1567-1652) [6] m (1594) Elizabeth Dumaresq
          • 5 Jean de Quetteville (1595?- ) [7] m Rachel Le Maistre d of Thomas [8]
            • 6 Edmond de Quetteville (1623-1691) m 1 (1656) Rachel Messervy ( -1680) d of Clement; 2 Marguerite Le Ber
              • 7 Jean de Quetteville (1660-1687) m (1678) Marguerite Le Maistre d of Abraham [9] and Elizabeth Bisson
                • 8 Jean de Quetteville (1680-1703) unmarried
                • 8 Rachel de Quetteville (1683- ) m (1708, Gr) Nicolas Amy (Gr)
                • 8 Elie de Quetteville (1687-1733) m 1 (1708, St Mt) Marie Richardson [10] d of Nicolas
                  • 9 Marie de Quetteville (1709- ) m (1744, St J) Jean Dolbel
                  • 9 Elie de Quetteville (1711-1788) [11] m Marthe Perchard (1737- ) [12] d of Jean, of La Vallée
                    • 10 Elias de Quetteville (1756-1756)
                    • 10 Mary de Quetteville (1757- )
                    • 10 Esther de Quetteville (1759- ) m (1782, St S) Philippe Gaudin [13]
                    • 10 Jean de Quetteville Methodist pioneer (1761-1843) [14] m (1788, Gsy) Susanne de Jersey [15] d of Henri
                      • 11 Susanne de Quetteville (1790-1874) m Pierre S. Barbenson (Revd.)
                      • 11 Marie de Quetteville (1792-1879) ?m Isaac Hocart (Gsy)
                      • 11 Esther de Quetteville (1795-1864) m Nicolas Robin (Gsy)
                      • 11 Jeanne de Quetteville (1797- ) unmarried
                      • 11 Son, died in infancy
                      • 11 Rachel de Quetteville (1811-1885) unmarried
                    • 10 Elie de Quetteville (1764-1818) [16] no issue
                  • 9 François de Quetteville (1713- ) living 1739
                  • 9 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1715- ) m (1738, Tr) Isaac Renouf (St Mt)
                  • 9 Abraham de Quetteville (1716- )
                • by the 2nd marriage of Elie de Quetteville, to Marie Richardson d of Abraham
                  • 9 Jeanne de Quetteville (1723- )
              • 7 Rachel de Quetteville (1661- ) m (1679, St Mt) Jean Le Maistre
              • 7 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1665- )
              • 7 Marguerite de Quetteville (1669- )
          • 5 Clement de Quetteville (1597?- ) [17]
          • 5 Marie de Quetteville (1599?- ) m Andrie Le Marinel
          • 5 Sara de Quetteville (1601?- ) m Jean Le Maistre
          • 5 Abraham de Quetteville (1604-1675) living 1657 m Jeanne Triguel d of Jean
            • 6 Abraham de Quetteville (1627-1627)
            • 6 Nicolas de Quetteville (1628-1628)
            • 6 Jeanne de Quetteville (1629- ) m (1649, St Mt) Guillaume Dolbel
            • 6 Hugh de Quetteville (1631- )
            • 6 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1633?- ) m (1653, St Mt) Jean Messervy
            • 6 Catherine de Quetteville (1636-1636)
            • 6 Jean de Quetteville (1639-1639)
            • 6 Josephats de Quetteville (1639-1646) twin
          • 5 Edmond de Quetteville, died an infant
          • 5 Germain de Quetteville, no issue
      • by the 3rd wife of Edmond de Quetteville, (1576?) Catherine La Cloche (1550?-1625)
        • 4 Clement de Quetteville (1577?-1662) m (1604) Marie Le Maistre d of François [18]
          • 5 Francois de Quetteville (1605-1605)
          • 5 Madeleine de Quetteville (1607?-1686) m Abraham Journeaux s of Abraham
          • 5 Kateline de Quetteville (1611?-1645) m (1644) Renault Badier (1616-1678)
          • 5 Amice de Quetteville (1614?-1691) m 1 (1637, St Mt) Marie Gaudin (1611-1645) d of Jean and Anne Machon
            • 6 Marguerite de Quetteville (1638- )
            • 6 François de Quetteville (1639-1694) [19] m (1667, St Mt) Catherine Machon (1644-1697) d of Abraham and Sara Le Breton
              • 7 Sara de Quetteville (1668-1748) m (1687, St Mt) Michel Fauvel
              • 7 Jean de Quetteville (1670-)
              • 7 Charles de Quetteville (1673- )
              • 7 Catherine de Quetteville (1676- ) [20] m Philippe Anley
              • 7 Anne de Quetteville (1679- ) m (1702, Gr) George Gaudin
              • 7 Elie de Quetteville (1680- )
              • 7 David de Quetteville (1683-1725) m (1703, St Mt) Elizabeth Le Couteur (1679-1750) d of Francois (Rector) and Sara Dumaresq
                • 8 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1705-1784)
                • 8 David de Quetteville (1707-1712)
                • 8 Jeanne de Quetteville (1709-1750)
                • 8 Francois de Quetteville (1710-1710)
                • 8 Amice de Quetteville (1711-1711)
                • 8 David de Quetteville (1713-1797) m (1737, St Mt) Elizabeth Godfray (1714-1800) d of Edmond (St Mt)
                  • 9 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1738- )
                  • 9 Marie de Quetteville (1741- )
                  • 9 Douce de Quetteville (1743-by 1759)
                  • 9 David de Quetteville (1746-1746)
                  • 9 David de Quetteville (1747-1786) m (1784, St Mt) Esther Mourant (1764- )
                    • 10 Esther de Quetteville (1784-1785)
                  • 9 François de Quetteville (1750-1834) m 1 (1780, St Mt) Marie Mourant (1764- )
                    • 10 François de Quetteville (1781-1871) [21] m 1 (1803, St H) Marie Mourant (1785-1820) d of George and Rachel
                      • 11 François de Quetteville (1804- ) m (1842, St Mt) Mary Nicolle (1807- )
                        • 12 Mary Jane de Quetteville (1847-1867)
                      • 11 Philippe Charles de Quetteville (1806-1876) [22] m (1834) Marie Mauger
                        • 12 Mary Ann de Quetteville (1835- ) [23] m William Gallichan [24]
                        • 12 Jane Armande de Quetteville (1839-1906) m Emile Marie Joseph Mouchet [25]
                        • 12 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1842- )
                      • 11 Marie Anne de Quetteville (1809- ) m (1829, St H) Philippe Buesnel
                      • 11 Julia Henriette de Quetteville (1811-1894) unmarried
                      • 11 Sophia CHarlotte de Quetteville (1814-1893) unmarried
                      • 11 Eliza Esther de Quetteville (1816-1880) m (1859, St Mt) Nicolas Renouf
                      • 11 Caroline de Quetteville (1818-1884) m (1842, St Mt) Jean de Gruchy
                    • 2nd wife of François de Quetteville, Elizabeth Nicolle (1803- )
                      • 11 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1824-1903) m (1851, St Mt) Francis Aubin [26]
                      • 11 Frederick Nicolle de Quetteville (1825-1903) Jurat [27] m (1858, St S) Ann Poingdestre (1840- ) d of Philippe (St S)
                        • 12 Clara Ann de Quetteville (1860-1942) unmarried
                        • 12 Frederick Winter de Quetteville (1861-1877)
                        • 12 Frederick Emile de Quetteville (1879-1913) [28]
                  • by the 2nd wife of François de Quetteville m 2 (1790, St Mt) Elizabeth Sohier (1768-1846) [29]
                    • 10 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1794-1874) m (1812, St Mt) David Gaudin [30]
                    • 10 David de Quetteville (1797-1864) m (1823, St Mt) Anne Nelson (1800- ) d of Joseph and Elizabeth Collas
                      • 11 David Nelson de Quetteville (1834-1870) [31] m (1858, St Mt) Mary Ann Valpy d of Jean George (St Mt)
                        • 12 Stanley David de Quetteville (1861-1939) [32] m (1887, St H) Jane Priaulx Stonelake d of Robert (Gsy) Shipbuilder
                          • 13 Stanley Nelson de Quetteville (1889-1916) Killed in action, 1916 [33]
                          • 13 Douglas Labey de Quetteville (1890-1896)
                          • 13 Dorothy Irene de Quetteville (1894-1907)
                        • 12 Clifford Nelson de Quetteville (1862-1928) [34] m (1890) Julie Vibert Tuzo (issue in Canada)
                      • 11 Mary Ann de Quetteville (1838- )
                    • 10 Marie de Quetteville (1800-1885) m George Aubin
                    • 10 Esther de Quetteville (1806-1884) m (1828, St H) Jean de Gruchy
                  • 9 Philippe de Quetteville (1753-1800)
                  • 9 Charles de Quetteville (1756-1792) m (1779, St Mt) Marie Messervy (1750-1826)
                    • 10 Marie de Quetteville (1780-1823) m (1803, St Mt) George Beaugié
                    • 10 Charles de Quetteville (1783-1871) [35] m 1 (1804, St H) Susanne Gallichan (1782-1806); 2 (1808, St H) Anne Amy (1781-1869) (St S)
                      • 11 Charles de Quetteville (1805-by 12/1839) m (1828, St H) Emilie Picot [36]
                        • 12 Charles de Quetteville (1829- ) [37] Living 1841
                        • 12 Amelia de Quetteville (1833- ) [38] m Charles Winter Tibot (1838-1876) (St H) [39]
                        • 12 Jane Caroline de Quetteville (1835- ) m (1858, Southampton) William Henry Goodridge [40]
                        • 12 George de Quetteville (1837-1898) [41] unmarried
                      • 11 Nancy de Quetteville (1806-1886) m (1829, St Mt) Jean Laffoley
                    • 10 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1787-1844) m (1825, St H) Edouard Vardon (Tr)
                    • 10 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1794-1874)
                  • 9 Douce de Quetteville (1759-1835)
                  • 9 Thomas de Quetteville (1761-1804) m Elizabeth Le Febvre
                • 8 Anne de Quetteville (1716- ) [42] m (1739, Tr) James Norman (St S)
                • 8 Philippe de Quetteville (1717- ) [43] m (1737, St H) Elizabeth Noel d of Jean and Elizabeth Sohier (St Mt)
                  • 9 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1738- )
                  • 9 Francois de Quetteville (1740-1744)
                  • 9 Jeanne de Quetteville (1742-1744)
                  • 9 Francois de Quetteville (1744-1745)
                  • 9 Jeanne de Quetteville (1746- ) living 1797
                  • 9 Philippe de Quetteville (1748-1753)
                  • 9 Esther de Quetteville (1750-1834) m Jean Luce (St L) [44]
                  • 9 Francoise de Quetteville (1751-1752)
                  • 9 Philippe de Quetteville (1753-1772)
                  • 9 David de Quetteville (1755-1822) Merchant [45] m (1791, St H) Francoise Charlotte Girard (1768-1834) of Caen, France
                    • 10 Philippe de Quetteville (1792-1844) [46] m 1 (1819, St Mt) Marie Mallet ( -1821) d of Jean, Rector; 2 (1837, St L) Marie Luce
                      • 11 David de Quetteville (1820-1879) Jurat [47] m Alicia Rowan Cashel (1825-1887)
                        • 12 Philip David John de Quetteville (1859-1875) [48]
                      • 11 Philippe de Quetteville (1821-1847) [49] unmarried
                    • 10 David de Quetteville (1794-1817) [50]
                    • 10 Esther Francoise de Quetteville (1796-1865) (St H) m (1819, Gr) Francis Armstrong (1780-1868)
                    • 10 Clement Jean de Quetteville (1797-1835) [51] m (1825, St S) Esther Elizabeth Nicolle (1803-1876) d of Jurat Philip (1769- ) and Esther Winter (1780- )
                      • 11 Clement Augustus de Quetteville (1827-1899) [52] Jurat m (1859, St S) Anne Elizabeth Kelson (1836-1925) d of Charles (1792-1865), Lieut. Colonel, and Anne (1801-1878)
                        • 12 Clement Charles de Quetteville (1858-1928) m Florence Sarah Younghusband (1855- ) d of George (1823- ) and Alice (1826)
                          • 13 Florence May de Quetteville (1888-1916) m Charles Ernest Deacon, of The Bank of England
                          • 13 Madeleine Violet de Quetteville (1891- )
                        • 12 Annie Mary de Quetteville (1859-1940) [53]
                        • 12 Florence de Quetteville (1861-1953)
                      • 11 William de Quetteville (1829-1909) M.A. (Oxon) [54] m (1862, Wilts.) Eliza Ludlow Porter (1833-1900) d of William, of Maperton, Somerset
                        • 12 William Frederick Ludlow de Quetteville (1864-1925) M.A. (Oxon) [55] m (1894, Eng) Agnes Jessie Florence Buchanan Wingate (1868-1948) [56] d of William, Revd.
                          • 13 Robert George de Quetteville (1896-1975) D.S.O., M.C. m 1 (1919, Eng.) Mary Emily Austen-Cartmell (1898-1968); 2 (1946, Eng.) Kathleen H. Rothera
                            • 14 Hugh Ludlow de Quetteville
                            • 14 Diana Mary de Quetteville (1927-1970) m (1957, Kensington) Peter L. Fell
                      • 11 Philip Winter de Quetteville (1830-1915) M.A. (Cantab) [57]
                      • 11 Esther Francoise de Quetteville (1831-1922) [58]
                      • 11 Girard de Quetteville (1833-1833)
                      • 11 Girard de Quetteville (1834-1895) [59]
                      • 11 Jean Francois de Quetteville (1836-1837)
                    • 10 Jean de Quetteville (1799-1867) [60] m (1829, St H) Frances Philadelphia Douthat (1811-1872)
                      • 11 John David de Quetteville (1831-1854)
                      • 11 Edwin Philip de Quetteville (1833-1836)
                      • 11 Amy Adelaide de Quetteville (1834-1834)
                  • 9 Jean de Quetteville (1757-1768)
                  • 9 Francois de Quetteville (1759-1768)
                • 8 Francoise de Quetteville (1725- ) m (1745, St Mt) François Fauvel
              • 7 Marie de Quetteville (1687- ) [61] m (1711, St Mt) Edmond Godfray
            • 6 Amice de Quetteville (1642-1703) m (1669, St Mt) Catherine Baudayn (1646-1697) d of François
            • 6 Clement de Quetteville (1643- ) m (1667) Catherine Renouf ( -1674), d of Jean
              • 7 Jean de Quetteville (1669- )
              • 7 Thomas de Quetteville (1671-1733) m (1691) Marguerite Noel ( -1750)
                • 8 Thomas de Quetteville (1692-1750) [62] m 1 (1715, St Mt) Elizabeth Le Feuvre ( -8/1720)
                • 2nd wife of Thomas de Quetteville (1722, St Mt) Anne Machon (1700-1762)
                  • 9 Jean de Quetteville (1726-1788) B.A. (Oxon.) [65] no issue
                  • 9 Anne de Quetteville (1728-1815) m Jean Horman [66]
                  • 9 Esther Jeanne de Quetteville (1732-1800) m (1748, St J) Jean Bailhache (St O) [67]
                  • 9 Francoise de Quetteville (1735- ) [68] living 1753
                  • 9 Josue de Quetteville (1736- ) living 1753
                  • 9 Philippe de Quetteville (1740-1744)
                  • 9 Jeanne de Quetteville (1742-1823)
                • 8 Marie de Quetteville (1695- )
                • 8 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1697- )
                • 8 Clement de Quetteville (1699- )
                • 8 James de Quetteville (1701- )
                • 8 Francois de Quetteville (1704-1718)
              • 7 Clement de Quetteville (1672-1753) m 2 (1735) Marie Hubert; 1 (1713) Jeanne Baudains (1677-1726), d of Abraham
                • 8 Clement de Quetteville (1714-1758) [69] m Jeanne Bertram (1712-1762)
                  • 9 Clement de Quetteville (1737-1764)
                  • 9 Marie de Quetteville (1739-1822) [70] m (1760, St Mt) Philippe Collas (1731- )
                  • 9 Josué de Quetteville (1742-1818) [71] m 1 (1763) Jeanne Collas ( -1763); 2 (1773, St H) Judith Messervy ( -1833) d of Clement, of Faldouet
                    • 10 Josué de Quetteville (1774-1843) m Elizabeth Mallet (1789- ) d of George [72] and Elizabeth Dumaresq
                      • 11 Emilie Elizabeth de Quetteville (1814-1826)
                      • 11 Joshua Dumaresq de Quetteville (1816-1889) [73] m (1850, St H) Mary Anne Buesnel d of Philippe, Farmer
                        • 12 Emily Elizabeth de Quetteville (1850- )
                        • 12 George Dumaresq de Quetteville (1851- )
                        • 12 Mary Anne de Quetteville (1852-1852)
                        • 12 Josué Jean de Quetteville (1854-1859)
                        • 12 Eliza de Quetteville (1855-1924)
                        • 12 Clement Dumaresq de Quetteville (1856-1903) [74] m Margaret Palmer (1861- ) [75]
                          • 13 Clement Dumaresq de Quetteville (1887-1974) [76] (Can.) m Carrie Lauretta Hildreth (1891-1962)
                            • 14 George Alfred de Quetteville (1911-2002) [77] m (1935, Can.) Jean Williamson (1912-1992) d of Peter
                              • 15 Gerald (Jerry) de Quetteville (1941-2011) m Edith Turney
                                • 16 Living de Quetteville
                                • 16 Living de Quetteville
                              • 15 Clifford de Quetteville, Revd. (m with issue)
                            • 14 Clarence Osbourne de Quetteville (1914-1998) [78] m Clara Helen Jones (1911-2006)
                              • 15 Living de Quetteville
                          • 13 Priscilla Margaret de Quetteville (1888-1960) unmarried
                          • 13 George Palmer de Quetteville (1890-1891)
                          • 13 John William de Quetteville (1892-1960) [79] (Can.)
                          • 13 William John de Quetteville (1892-1960) [80] (U.S.A.) m Maybelle Weng (1899-1976)
                          • 13 Alfred Philip de Quetteville (1894-1918)
                          • 13 Hilda Maud de Quetteville (1897- ) [81] m (1920, St H) Charles François Josué Siouville [82]
                          • 13 Dorothy Alice de Quetteville (1899-1961) m (1929, St S) Dennis Reeve Wilden [83]
                        • 12 Alfred William de Quetteville (1857-1907) [84] m (1898) Florence Maud Mary Le Boutillier (1872-1958)
                          • 13 Alfred Charles de Quetteville (1899-1899)
                        • 12 William James de Quetteville (1864-1869)
                        • 12 Philip William de Quetteville (1865-1928?) [85] unmarried
                      • 11 Elize de Quetteville (1817-1892) [86]
                      • 11 Elizabeth Rachel de Quetteville (1821-1822)
                    • 10 Clement de Quetteville (1776-1780)
                    • 10 Clement de Quetteville (1781-1855) [87] m Marie Delival ( -1882) no issue
                  • 9 Jeanne de Quetteville ( -1826) [88] m Jean Mourant (Gr)
            • 6 Catherine de Quetteville (1645- )
          • 2nd wife of Amice de Quetteville, Marie Laurens ( -1662)
            • 6 Jean de Quetteville (1650-1650)
            • 6 Clement de Quetteville (1652- )
            • 6 Abraham de Quetteville (1656- )
            • 6 Judith de Quetteville (1658- )
          • 3rd wife of Amice de Quetteville [89] m (1663, St Mt) Catherine Baudains d of the late Abraham (no issue)
          • 5 Thomas de Quetteville (1615?-1659) [90] m (1638) Jeanne de Ste Croix
            • 6 Abraham de Quetteville (1640?- )
            • 6 Thomas de Quetteville (1645?-1733)
            • 6 Clement de Quetteville (1650?- ) m Unknown
              • 7 Jeanne de Quetteville, d and heiress m (1698, Gr) Clement Falle
              • 7 Marie de Quetteville m (1703, Gr) Lawrence Shepherd
            • 6 Sara de Quetteville m Edmond Noel [91]
          • 5 Clement de Quetteville (1616?-1690) m Judith Laurens
            • 6 Estienne de Quetteville (1637-1637)
            • 6 Benjamin de Quetteville (1638-1681) m (1663, St Mt) Anne Le Scelleur ( -1702) d of Jean, of Faldouet
              • 7 Anne de Quetteville (1664- )
              • 7 Catherine de Quetteville (1666- )
              • 7 Philippe de Quetteville (1668- )
              • 7 Miss de Quetteville (1670- )
              • 7 Sara de Quetteville (1672- )
              • 7 Nicolas de Quetteville (1676- ) m (1702) Marie de Quetteville
                • 8 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1705- )
                • 8 Clement de Quetteville (1706- )
                • 8 Philippe de Quetteville (1707- )
                • 8 Marie de Quetteville (1708- )
                • 8 Clement de Quetteville (1710- ) m Jeanne Bertram ( -1762)
                  • 9 Clement de Quetteville (1744- )
                • 8 Thomas de Quetteville (1712- ) m (1738) Elizabeth Jennes
                  • 9 Philippe de Quetteville (1739- )
                • 8 Anne de Quetteville (1716- )
                • 7 Marie de Quetteville (1678- )
            • 6 Nicollas de Quetteville (1642- )
            • 6 Marie de Quetteville (1645-1694)
            • 6 Judith de Quetteville (1652- )
          • 5 Elizabeth de Quetteville (1617-1680) m (1635) Nicollas Gaudin (1618-1676)
        • 4 Marie de Quetteville (1590- )
      • 3 Elizabeth de Quetteville ( -1611) m Jacques Nicolle [92]
      • 3 Marguerite de Quetteville ( -1604) m Barthelemy Philippe
        • 3 Nouel de Quetteville (1560?-1623) m Collette Richardson ( -1618)-----wrong placement [93]
        • 4 Marie de Quetteville m Thomas Perchard s of Lucas
        • 4 Mychel de Quetteville ( -1657)
      • 3 Jean de Quetteville (1574-1648) moved to Guernsey m Susannah Gosselin
        • 4 Jean de Quetteville
        • 4 Thomas de Quetteville
          • 5 Sarra de Quetteville (1657- )
          • 5 Thomas de Quetteville (1663- )
        • 4 Josaphat de Quetteville (1600- ) m (1623) Susanne Carey ( -1655)
          • 5 Pierre de Quetteville (1634-1704) m Anne Careye (1641-1703)
        • 4 Nicolas de Quetteville (1600- ) m Marie de Veauvoir (1600- )
          • 5 Marie de Quetteville (1669-1753) Dates do not match parents
    • 2 Giret de Quetteville [94]
    • 2 Nicolas de Quettevillie (1480?- ) m ( -- ) Cornet d of John, of Rozel
      • 3 John de Quetteville, priest (1547) [95]
      • 3 Michel de Quetteville "fils Nicolas" [96] m Unknown
        • 4 Jeanne de Quetteville d and heiress m 1 Hugh Richardson; Jacques Hamptonne
        • 4 Collette de Quetteville m Richard Le Clercq [97]
        • 4 Daughter de Quetteville m Jacques Hue [98]
      • 3 Catherine de Quetteville [99] m Michel Noel (St Mt)
    • 2 Michel de Quetteville, living 1547/8
    • 2 Julien de Quetteville (1480?- ) living 1647/8 m Unknown
      • 3 John de Quetteville [101]
      • 3 Typhane de Quetteville m Germain Le Feuvre [102]
    • 2 Thomas de Quetteville ( -1546) [103] priest


Notes and References

  1. Source: The genealogy of the family by the late Charles Langton, using various notes and references of the Revd. J. A. Messervy
  2. Jean de Quetteville was shown previously on this page as having a wife named Gelienne. This is possible, though documentary proof exists showing that the mother of his children was Regnaulde Gallichan, the daughter of Philippot. Jean, or John, was the senior heir in the succession of Sire Thomas de Quetteville, 1547/8 [Cour de Câtel]
  3. A case before La Cour Extraordinaire, the Cour de Samedi, contained in Livre 17, names Edmond as the only surviving son of Jean de Quetteville, and names his four daughters as being, in order of seniority (age), Madeleine, wife of Jean Perchard; Collette, wife of Martin Badier; "daughter", wife of Jacques Nicolle and "daughter", wife of Barthelemy Philippe
  4. Constable of St Martin, 1587-1597
  5. Cour d`Héritage, Livre 6 folio 307 (1598). Langton noted that Elizabeth Le Marquand was still living in 1574. There was issue of this marriage, which included the two daughters shown below and the eldest son, Jean de Quetteville, who married Elizabeth Dumaresq
  6. Of Le Câtillon, St Martin. Died 1652, aged "about 85"
  7. Centenier of St Martin, 1637
  8. Seigneur de Quetivel; Constable of St Martin, 1632-1641
  9. Seigneur de Quetivel
  10. A 1717 datestone at Le Câtillon, St Martin, has the inscription:"17 EDQ.MR 17"
  11. Constable of St Martin, 1756-1761 and 1770-1773. In an aveu, in which an individual`s land holding is declared and listed, Elie de Quetteville`s holding was a substantial 60 vergées
  12. Engraved at Le Câtillon is: "17 EDQ.MPC 71"
  13. Of Haut du Rue, St Martin, Captain RJM. Philippe Gaudin`s wife, Esther de Quetteville, inherited from her brother, Elie, the property called Le Câtillon
  14. Settled in Guernsey
  15. Of Mont Plaisir, Guernsey
  16. Of Le Câtillon; Churchwarden, 1797-1798; Centenier of St Martin, 1798-1802
  17. Officier des Chemins, 1660
  18. Constable of St Martin, 1586-1587; Seigneur of the Fief de Quetivel, in right of his wife, Marguerite, daughter and heiress of John Gardener, Seigneur de Quetivel, in right of his wife, Collette Payn, daughter and heiress of Jean Payn, Seigneur de Quetivel, Vicomte of Jersey
  19. Initials engraved on a shield on the south facade of Les Charriéres, St Martin: "FDQ.KM"
  20. Godparents: Amice de Quetteville junr. and Catherine Baudains, his wife
  21. Farmer of 20 acres (about 50 vergées) in Faldouet, St Martin: 1851 Census of St Martin
  22. Labourer in 1851 and Farmer`s son, a Widower, living with his father, in 1871: St Martin Censuses
  23. Dressmaker in 1851
  24. Will of her sister, Jane Armande Mouchet, née de Quetteville, which leaves to her sister, Mrs Gallichan, the portraits in oil of Mr Mouchet, their son and of herself and makes her executrix and residual legatee after specified bequests, including to Mrs Gallichan`s four children, William Harry, Charles de Quetteville, Clara Marett and Ann Wilson: D/Y/A/65/69, at The Jersey Archive
  25. School Teacher at West Arichat, Storekeeper and Postmaster. Jane continued as Post-Mistress until about 1905. Her Will provided that she might be buried beside her husband in West Arichat. Their son, Pierre Mouchet died aged 8: Marion G. Turk, The Quiet Adventurers in Canada (Harlo, Detroit, 1979), 215-6
  26. Master Mariner
  27. Solicitor, of 24, Hill Street, St Helier and Springside, St Martin; Constable of St Martin, 1883-1886 and Jurat of the Royal Court, 1886-1897. He was a Major, RJM
  28. Of Beuvelande, St Martin, Farmer
  29. Elizabeth Sohier "veuve, en 2e noces de François de Quetteville" was buried in St Martin in November 1846, aged 78---78th year?
  30. Master Mariner who, with his wife, settled in New Brunswick, Canada, before removing to Ontario. Descendants include the late Helena Cameron
  31. Solicitor`s Clerk
  32. Brewer`s Clerk, living at 13, David Place, St Helier
  33. Lieutenant, R.N.
  34. Settled in Canada. He was buried at St Paul, Gaspé, where the register mentions that he was a one-time inhabitant of Connecticut, U.S.A.
  35. Journeyman, Daily Labourer, 1841-61, living in Georgetown, Jersey, 1851
  36. Emilie Picot married, secondly, in December 1839 at St Helier, Edward Mudge of Newton [Abbott], Devonshire, a Tinman. Born to the couple in 1840, was Matilda Mudge, who married in 1860, Nathaniel Harden, a Sailor. This information was most helpful in disentangling ambiguities relating to the de Quettevilles in this branch and generation. In the 1841 Census of St Helier, Edward and Amelia [Emilie] Mudge were living with their one year old daughter, Matilda, and with three of the four children of Amelia`s first marriage. These were Amelia de Quetteville (8), Jane de Quetteville (5) and George de Quetteville (3). Then, in the 1861 Census for All Saints` parish Southampton, there was living in Orchard Street, Nathaniel Harden, his above wife Matilda, two step-children from Harden`s first marriage and George de Quetteville, Matilda`s "brother" [Half-Brother], now aged only 21, a Tinman. Next door, was Charles Tibout, a Jersey-born Sailor, and Jersey-born Emilie Tibout, his wife [née de Quetteville], who was aged 24, and their six month old son Charles. By 1881, George de Quetteville and his sister Emilie were, once again, living with the Mudge family, although Emilie was now, once again, Amelia. The household consisted of Edward Mudge, Widower, Tinsmith employing 5 men, his son and daughter-in-law, and George de Quetteville (40), together with Amelia Tibot (sic), Widow, the last two being, of course, Mudge`s step-children. The varying ages of persons of both sexes, the regular interchange, back and forth, between the names Amelia and Emilie, are not particularly helpful, and nor was George de Quetteville having become "George Mudge" in 1871, when living with his sister, Jane Caroline, and her husband. George`s death in Southampton, was registered, however, as de Quetteville but his age was sixty-four
  37. Charles was christened on the 3rd March 1830 but may have been born during the previous winter (1829), as his age was given as "13" in the 1841 Jersey Census, when he was living with his grandparents
  38. Godparents: Jean Laffoley and Anne de Quetteville
  39. Mate in the Merchant Navy (1860) and Master Mariner, 1864. Their son, Charles de Quetteville Tibot, was born in St Helier in 1860
  40. Relieving Officer and Registrar of Births and Deaths; born in Wyke Regis, Dorset. The 1871 Census of Woolston, Hampshire, has William and Jane Caroline living at River View with their six year old daughter Elise, and William`s "brother-in-law", George Mudge [George de Quetteville, by his correct name], Master Tinplate Worker
  41. Master Tinsmith in Southampton
  42. On godparent evidence, Anne married James, written Jaime, Norman
  43. Philippe de Quetteville settled in St Helier. His occupation is unknown. He was not among the merchants and shipowners listed by Saunders as being members of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce in 1768: Jersey in the 18th and 19th Centuries, (Jersey: Bigwood, 1930), 29-30, nor does he feature in any list of Master Mariners. However, he evidently prospered, as he was described, when a godparent in 1792, as Mons Philippe
  44. Constable of St Lawrence, 1795-1798; Captain RJM
  45. Founder, ca. 1786 of the firm that became "David de Quetteville and Company", initially of the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland but afterwards of Blanc Sablon, Labrador. The Almanach Historique.. et Curieux, (Jersey, 1790) contains a "Liste de Navires: Pour Terre-Neuve [Newfoundland]...David de Quetteville: Le Swift, 126 tons, P. Le Rossignol [Master]; le Success, 93 tons, Simon du Bois [Master]". This suggests that de Quetteville was already well-established in business, rather than having founded his business in 1792, as John Jean thought: Jersey Sailing Ships, (Phillimore, 1982), 118. It was not a very auspicious time to start a business in North America. The French Revolutionary War that became the Napoleonic War and the "War of 1812" in North America, saw a trade depression and frequent attacks on British interests in Newfoundland and Canada by American privateers. Many Jersey firms trading in these waters were bankrupted, including that of Clement of Harbour Grace. A.G. Jamieson (ed.) in A People of the Sea, (London: Methuen, 1986), 324 writes that in 1816 "David de Quetteville had almost the same tonnage of shipping ..as in 1792". In fact, his fleet had varied, throughout that time, between one vessel and two, which is not uncommon in the first two or three decades of such a business. Cod were caught locally, often by local fishermen operating from `fishing stations`, owned and set up by merchants. There, the cod was dried on `flakes`, being wooden platforms above the high water mark, then salted and packed, ready for the merchant`s trading vessel to transport it to market. The homeward voyage usually saw cargoes of sugar, coffee, wines and spirits. The business expanded considerably, in common with others in the 19th century, in this case, in the 1830s. De Quetteville also bore the responsibility for the construction of Le Quai des Marchands and Commercial Buildings, St Helier, retaining for his own use numbers 2, 9 and 10, Quai des Marchands, which included "de Quetteville Corner", where the Quai adjoined St Helier`s English Harbour
  46. Merchant and Shipowner, of Labrador and Jersey. Philippe de Quetteville had increased by 1842, the family`s fleet to 10 vessels, and extended the number of its fisheries. He was Centenier, then Constable of St Helier, 1827-1830, and President of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce. He was a Colonel, RJMA
  47. Senior partner in "De Quetteville Frères", upon whose shoulders most of the work and responsibility fell, after the early death of his father, and uncle. He was for many years a Jurat of the Royal Court (1851-1879) and was one of the champions of the mildly reformist Rose Party. A major concern of his was the attempt by the United Kingdom government to extend taxation to certain brackets of people in the Channel Islands. He was also Deputy Chairman of the Channel Islands Telegraph Company, at the time it became Government property. He gave evidence before a select committee of the House of Commons regarding the subject, in 1870, upholding once again the ancient constitutional rights of Jersey. Henry Edward Le Vavasseur dit Durell wrote that "when severely cross-examined by Mr Serjeant Sargood, who said "You are, I will not say a litigious man but a courageous man?" the Jurat replied "I have some Norman blood in me!": H.E. Le Vavasseur dit Durell, The Men Whom I Have Known, (Jersey Society in London Occasional Publications, No. VII), 17. He was a Captain, RJM
  48. Killed in an accident at sea, falling from the cross-trees of the mizzen mast of the vessel Loch Meree, on its voyage from Melbourne
  49. Master Mariner; Master of his family`s schooner Belus (1840) and barque Echo (1842)
  50. David de Quetteville junior graduated with a medical degree in 1816, in Edinburgh: The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 12, 503, "Graduations at Edinburgh in 1816". Sadly, he died the following year
  51. Merchant and Shipowner with his brothers Philippe and Jean, as "De Quetteville Frères"; Captain, RJM
  52. Of 1, Clarence Terrace and then of 1, Don Terrace, St Helier, Merchant and partner, with his maternal relatives, in "Nicolle, de Quetteville and Company", of Newfoundland and Jersey. The Jersey bank crashes of 1873 caused this firm and that of David de Quetteville to cease trading. Lieut-Colonel, RJMA
  53. Annie Mary de Quetteville lived with her sister Florence, at Holland House, Val Plaisant, St Helier. They were both unmarried
  54. Rector of Brinkworth, Wiltshire. He retired to Jersey on inheriting Noirmont Manor from his brother, Girard, in 1895
  55. Barrister-at-Law and Crown Court Recorder
  56. Sister of Sir Andrew Wingate, K.C.I.E.
  57. Curate of several parishes in England, Chaplain in Rotterdam
  58. Esther Françoise formerly lived as a companion to her brother Girard at 35, Holland Villas Road, Kensington. On returning to Jersey, the name `Holland House` was given to her home in Val Plaisant
  59. An East India Broker in London, Girard de Quetteville then purchased, in 1880, the manor and Fief of Noirmont. The "de Quetteville Library" at Victoria College, where his portrait hangs, was established in his memory, by his spinster sister, Esther Francoise de Quetteville. He was unmarried
  60. Merchant and Lieutenant RJM
  61. Godparents: Amice de Quetteville and Catherine Baudains, his wife
  62. Surveillant and Procureur du Bien Public, St Martin
  63. Messervy states that she was the heiress of her brother Jean, of East Langdon: ABSJ, VI, 192. Her daughters, Pipon, may have been the eventual heirs, in 1814
  64. Constable of St John
  65. Rector of East Langdon, Kent: ABSJ, VI, 192
  66. Me Jean Dolbel of St John, and Mse Anne de Quetteville, wife of Me Jean Horman, of St Martin, were in 1763 godparents of Charles Bailhache of St Ouen. Me Jean Horman, himself, together with "the wife of Me Thomas de Quetteville", were in 1756 godparents of Clement Bailhache, the future Jurat
  67. Their son Clement Bailhache ( -1819) was Constable of St Ouen, 1793-1799; Jurat, 1809: ABSJ, VII, 32
  68. Godparent, with her brother Josue, in 1753, of their niece, Francoise Bailhache of St Ouen
  69. Of Les Vaux, near Bellefontaine
  70. Langton has her recorded as Jeanne, confusing her with her sister
  71. Captain RJM (1799)
  72. Of a Huguenot merchant family, that settled in Jersey at the start of the 18th century
  73. Lieutenant, RJM (1858); co-representative of the family in J. B. Payne, An Armorial of Jersey. The noted `dip` in this branch`s fortune during the second half of the 19th century will, most likely, be a result of one or other of Jersey`s bank crashes, which occurred in 1873 and 1886. The former affected the most severely, the fortune of their St Helier namesakes
  74. Mariner
  75. Living in Grouville, 1901
  76. Cabinet Maker, in 1901, Grouville. Settled in Harrow, Ontatio, Canada and leter in Grimsby, Ontario
  77. Of North Grimsby, Ontario, Mechanic (1935)
  78. Of Cambridge, Ontario
  79. Settled with his two brothers in Canada, in his case, in Perth, in the Ottawa Valley
  80. Settled in Canada, with his two brothers, but removed to Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
  81. Domestic Servant, 1920
  82. Farm Labourer
  83. Mechanic
  84. Tea Agent (1899), of 96, St Saviour`s Road, St Helier
  85. The Jersey Evening Post`s Society Journalist, who later emigrated to Canada
  86. Rentière (1892) being someone living on their own income derived from land investments
  87. Of Le Coie, St Helier, formerly of St Martin; Lieutenant, RJM (1807). His occupation, as given in the burials` register, was Gentilhomme
  88. Buried in Grouville as "Jeanne de Quetteville, veuve Jean Mourant". The genealogist, Charles Langton, has her on the tree, from court records, merely as "fille"
  89. This marriage was described in the register, in duplicated entries, as being Amice`s "troisième nopces", his third marriage: see "Discussion"
  90. The genealogist, Charles Langton, mentions a court case which shows that the sons of Clement de Quetteville (generation 4) and of Marie Le Maistre were, in order of seniority, Amice, Thomas and Clement. At least one daughter was also identified, if not by name, as the wife of Abraham Journeaux. Langton gives Clement`s wife as Judith Laurens, whilst Thomas`s wife was elsewhere named as Jeanne de Ste Croix. Their issue was as shown on this page
  91. Mentioned, in right of his wife, in a court case in 1732
  92. The Christian names Elizabeth and Marguerite (immediately below it on generation 3) have been discovered, presumably from their burials, in this generation. Court records have each as merely "a daughter", one marrying Jacques Nicolle, the next marrying Barthelemy Philippe. It is possible that, in fact, Marguerite was the elder, marrying Jacques Nicolle and that Elizabeth married Barthelemy Philippe
  93. Nouel does not appear in any court rolls or in Langton`s genealogy of the de Quetteville family, in this position, namely as a son of Jean de Quetteville. He was evidently a kinsman and may, in fact, have been a son of Michel (generation 2), as it appears in the Extente of 1607, 8, that he owed the Crown annually 2 cabots of wheat "for Michael de Quetivill", that is, as his legal successor. Such succession may arise from the sale of the land, upon which the charge is due, to Nouel or to a predecessor or from Nouel having inherited the land. The latter often indicates descent. However, the matter of descent from Michel is complicated by the Richardson alliance/s below
  94. He was living in England in 1566: Langton, from court records
  95. La Haule Papers, formerly belonging to Miss Julia Marett, now located at La Société Jersiaise. This was a "Ouie de Paroisse" dated the 7th September 1547, which also named the priest`s parents and a grandparent. The parish was not given
  96. Câtel 10 (1569)
  97. A court hearing in 1573 included Collette, widow of Richard Le Clerc, Hugh Richardson and Jacques Hue, the last two in right of their wives, all daughters of the late Michel de Quetteville
  98. Cour Extraordinaire (Cour du Samedi) Livre 10 (1576)
  99. "Soeur de Sire Jean de Quetteville": Cour d`Héritage Livre 3 (1541)
  100. This placement, indeed the existence of Philippine, is based upon J. B. Payne, An Armorial of Jersey, 328. However, this "Philippine" may well have belonged to an earlier generation than her stated husband. An explanation lies perhaps in the possible confusion of "Philippine" with Jeanne, who features a few lines above
  101. Cour d`Héritage 6/382
  102. Ibid.
  103. Thomas died in 1546. His inheritance was divided in 1547/8 [Cour de Câtel]. The `ainé`, or senior heir, was John de Quetteville, above, the co-heirs being Nicolas, Michel and Julien de Quetteville
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