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Derry - there was a separate listing under this name in the 1901 census
Route du Francfief
Type of property
Mid-19th century farm group
The property sold for £1.64 million in 2020
Families associated with the property
- Vibert: In 1901 farmer Thomas Vibert (1858- ) and his wife Mary Jane , nee Le Gresley (1862- ) were living at Derry Farm with their sons Thomas John (1885- ), Alfred (1890- ) and Elias (1898- ) and daughter Mary Jane (1886- )
- Horman: In 1901 stationery printer's clerk John Edward Horman (1852- ) was living at Derry with his wife Marcella Matilda, nee Read (1860- ) and their children Marcella (1887- ), Edgar (1889- ), Dora (1893- ), Reginald (1898- ) and Ethel (1899- ). John and Marcella were married in Newfoundland, where his wife was born, as were their first three children. The last two children were born in St Brelade
Historic Environment Record entry
A good survival of a mid-19th century farm group. Five-bay, two-storey house with two-storey, four-bay wing to the east and single storey farm building with bellcot on the south; 2 storey farm building to the west.
Low boundary walls with rusticated pillars, iron gates.
Notes and references
- ↑ Wrongly recorded in the census as Mary Ann