Pallie family page
Elizabeth Pallie and her husband Henry Bridgen
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Origins of surname
This surname originated in Finistere in the far west of Brittany. It comes from the local word pallier, meaning someone using a spade.
The name first appears in Jersey in the St Helier baptism register for 1717, when Philippe, the first child of Andre Pallie and Marie Asplet, was baptised. They had five further children over the next 14 years.