Descendants of Pierre Mallet and Anne Le Pellier

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Descendants of Pierre Mallet

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  • 1 Pierre Mallet, "Refugee" [1] m Anne Le Pellier
    • 2 Nicolas Mallet (1708- ) m (1730) Marie Cailleteau, daughter of Pierre and Louise Lys
      • 3 Nicolas Mallet (1733- ) [2] m 1, Jeanne Fiott; 2, Ann Dumaresq
        • 4 Thomas Mallet (1780-1860) [3] m (1810) Sarah Saunders Southampton, England
          • 5 Thomas Britten Mallet (1 Nov 1811) m (1853) Emma Hulance Davis, Islington, London
            • 6 Maude Isabel Mallet (15 Feb 1856) Plymstock, England
            • 6 Thomas Norman Mallet (1858) Geelong Vic Australia; m (1887) Mary-Anne Bertha Clarke, Rockhampton, Qld, Australia; (d.1920) Mt Morgan, Qld, Australia
            • 6 Alice Kathleen Mallet (1859) Buninyong Vic Australia m (1887) Andrew Kenneth Brown, Sydney, NSW, Australia (d.1899) Singleton, NSW Australia
            • 6 Guy Hulance Mallet (1861) Buninyong Vic Australia (d.13 Jul 1945) Onslow, WA, Australia
          • 5 Mathilde Mallet (1819) St Helier, Jersey, (d.1909) Essex, England
          • 5 Charles Strode Mallet (1820) St Helier, Jersey; daughter India
      • 3 Pierre Mallet (1734-1807) [4] m 1 (1758) [5] Marie Chepmell ( -1763) daughter of William and Marie Orange, widow of Thomas Snow
        • 4 Pierre Mallet (1760-1782)
        • 4 Thomas Mallet (1761-1832) [6] m Marie Parry
        • 4 Philippe Mallet (1762-1807)
      • 2nd wife of Pierre Mallet (1766) Jeanne Suzanne Patriarche, daughter of David, widow of George de Carteret
      • 3rd wife of Pierre Mallet, Jeanne Pipon, daughter of James and Elizabeth Dumaresq
        • 4 Marie Elizabeth Mallet (1781- ) m (1801) Daniel Valpy dit Janvrin
        • 4 Pierre Mallet (1786- )
      • 3 Jean Mallet
      • 3 Philippe Mallet
      • 3 George Mallet
      • 3 Elizabeth Mallet
      • 3 Louise Mallet
      • 3 Louis Mallet

Notes and references

  1. "Refugee": St Helier Burials Register. He will have been French but may have lived for some years in England or elsewhere
  2. Merchant/retailer
  3. Merchant and shipowner. Colonel RJMA, whose magnificent silver cup, surmounted by cannon and flags, presented on his retirement, is in the Jersey Museum
  4. Of La Maison du Mont, where the Fort Regent Tunnel now emerges. Merchant and shipowner
  5. 1762 datestone at No 13 Broad Street
  6. Merchant and co-owner, in 1798, with Thomas de Gruchy, of the privateer Robert and Jane
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