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Ada Florence Patch (1886-1971), with her eldest daughter Dorothea. Ada was born in St Brelade in 1886, the daughter of Henry Walter (1858- ) and Mary Ann, nee Michel (1860- ). She married Harold Howard (1879-1936) in London in 1902, and they had five daughters and two sons

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Origins of surname

This is one of several names which has the French word Pasque = ‘Easter’ at its root. Pach was a name given in pre-Medieval England to someone born at Easter

Early records

The baptism of James Edward Patch, the second child of Edward and Caroline Churchill, was registered in St Helier in 1851. The Thomas Patch born in St Clement in 1847 may have been his brother.


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Family wills

These wills created by members of the Patch family are now held by Jersey Archive. By visiting the archive site and using the names, dates and reference numbers shown here, it is possible to view a copy of each will. You will have to subscribe to the Archive's online service to do this. To find out more about this collection, which covers the period from 1663 to 1980, and how to search for your family's wills there, visit our Jersey wills page

  • Patch : Charles Walter , of Rosevale, St Brelade - 25/May/1927 , 18/Nov/1952 , D/Y/B1/16/31
  • Patch : Elsie Florence , of 1, Boulevard Villas, Millbrook, St Helier Desires to have a funeral at First Tower Methodist Chapel and have a curb placed around his grave - 19/Sep/1951 , 18/Oct/1954 , D/Y/B1/26/57
  • Patch : George Edward , of 85, Don Road, St Helier and formerly of 52, Bath Street, St Helier - 30/Jan/1962 , 26/Oct/1970 , D/Y/B1/151/17
  • Patch : John William , of St Clement - 11/Aug/1945 , 11/Jan/1961 , D/Y/B1/62/39
  • Patch : Mabel Louise , nee de la Cote, widow of Charles Walter Patch, of Val Plaisant, St Brelade's Bay - 17/Dec/1952 , 26/Mar/1955 , D/Y/B1/29/20

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