The Extente of 1274 mentions Jourdain Chyvalir of Saint Mary and Matthieu dit Chivalir, a landowner in Saint Martin. In 1331 Robert Chevalier was one of the Sermentés for the Extente, for St Martin. The Jersey Chantry Certificate of 1550 contains one Chevalier.
Antoine Chevalier was born in Trinity in 1490. In 1507 Antoine Chevalier, possibly the same, who married the sister of Victor Le Vavasseur, appears in the Royal Court records for Saint Helier and he is the ancestor of that parish's branch of the family.
- Chevalier, 1331
- Chevallier, 1528
- Chyvalir, 1274
- Le Chevalier, 1299
- Chevaler, 1342
- Le Chivaler, 1309
- Descendants of Antoine Chevalier (1490, Trinity)
- Descendants of Nicolas Chevallier
- Descendants of Thomas Chevalier
- Descendants of Benjamin Chevalier
- Descendants of Jean Maxime Le Chevalier Added 2018
- Descendants of Louis Chevalier Added 2021
- Chevalier baptisms in Jersey
- Chevalier marriages in Jersey (groom)
- Chevalier marriages in Jersey (bride)
- Chevalier burials in Jersey
Great War service
- Francis Chevalier (1881- ) (St O) sonof Charles and Elizabeth Maria Louisa, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery
- Thomas William Chevalier (1869- ) (St H) son of Thomas and Louisa Musgrove, Mercantile Marine
- Walter Henry Chevalier (1897- ) (St H) son of Walter James and Louisa Aimee Preston, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery
- William Le Feuvre Chevalier (1880- ) (St H) son of John Thomas and Henriette Susan Le Feuvre, Mercantile Marine
- John Chevalier was a grocer at 76 King Street during the 1830s
- P Chevalier was running a school at 23 Queen Street in the 1830s
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