Du Boscq

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Esther Ann du Boscq was baptised in St Saviour in 1848

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Origins of surname

The name, from old French, means 'from the woods'.

Early records

This was a very early Jersey family, with baptism records going back to 1590, all in Grouville. The family appears to have died out in the island in the male line by early in the 18th century.


  • du Boscq
  • du Bosc
  • Du Bos
  • Bosc
  • du Bos, 1530
  • du Bosque 1607
  • Duboc 1490

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Great War service

  • Louis Duboscq (St J), Private, Royal Guernsey Light Infantry
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