Descendants of Jean Amy

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Descendants of Jean Amy
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This tree, showing a hitherto poorly researched branch of the Amy family of Grouville, was researched and added by Mike Bisson in 2021, to show the ancestry of the family at Les Arches Farm, St Martin in the 19th and 20th centuries. Mike warns that his research was assisted by one or two online trees, and that although the resulting tree fits with church records, some generational links are a little uncertain and could fit with other records

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  • 1 Jean Amy (1602-1668) (Gr) m (1632, Gr) Marie Gaudin (1612-1679) [1]
    • 2 Jean Amy (1646-1721) m (1667, St S) Elizabeth Collas (1648- )
      • 3 Jean Amy (1691-1782) (St S) m (1718, St S) Esther Le Breton (1694-1784)
        • 4 Jean Amy (1719- ) (St S) m (1740, St S) Sara Falle
          • 5 Jean Amy (1741- ) (St S) m (1770, St S) Sara Poingdestre (1740- )
            • 6 Jean Amy (1770- ) (St S) m (1800, St S) [2] Rachel Gallichan (1780-1841)
              • 7 Jean Amy (1800-1875) St S) m (1820, St S) Jeanne Bree (1807-1869)
                • 8 John Amy (1836- ) (St S) m (1866) [3] Elizabeth Vaudin
                • 8 Mary Amy (1844- ) (St J)
              • 7 Thomas Amy (1804- ) (St S)
              • 7 Marie Amy (1807- ) (St S)
            • 6 Elizabeth Amy (1773- ) (St S)
            • 6 Jeanne Amy (1777- ) (St S)
            • 6 Philippe Amy (1781- ) (St S)
          • 5 Elizabeth Amy (1743- ) (St S)
          • 5 Philippe Amy (1746- ) (St S)

Notes and references

  1. Jean is shown in online trees as the son of Francois Amy and Esther Lempriere. However, their son Jean is shown in two Jerripedia trees married to either a Messervy or an Aubin, so he is not being linked to any ancestors until they can be proved. Jean and Marie are shown online as having several children, which could be confirmed by baptism records. It is almost certain, however, that there were two Jean Amys, married to Maries, having families in Grouville at the same time and no maiden names are given for the mothers in the register
  2. 1820 datestone at Les Arches Farm, St Martin
  3. 1887 datestone at Les Arches Farm, St Martin
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