Saussey family page
Francois Louis Auguste Saussey married Mary Ann Buesnel in St Helier in 1872
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Origins of surname
This name is derived from various places in France named after areas where willows saules were planted.
The family name arrived in Jersey in the 1840s, almost certainly from Normandy. Francois Louis Auguste Saussey, son of Francois and Veronique, was born in Grouville in 1844. The couple went on to have four children in total.
A second family became established in the same parish shortly after. Charles Auguste, the sone of another Francois and Monique, was born in Grouville in 1850. This couple already had two children born in France, and three more were born in Jersey after Charles.
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