The Pipons of Noirmont

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  • 1 Jean Pipon ( -1618) of L`Aleval (St P) m (1604) Susanne Dumaresq, d of Jean [1]
    • 2 Jean Pipon (1605?-1675) of L`Aleval [2] m (1636) Alice de Carteret, d of Josué [3]
      • 3 Amice Pipon (1640-1667) unmarried
      • 3 Susanne Pipon (1641?-1703) m (1658) Jean Le Maistre s of Jean (St P) [see Le Maistre of L`Aleval and St Jean La Hougue Boëte]
      • 3 Marguerite Pipon (1646-1708) m 1 (1666) Thomas Lemprière (St J) 2 (1680) Raulin Robin, Jurat
      • 3 Alice Pipon (1653-1675) m (1674) Henry de Carteret, Seigneur de la Hague
    • 2 Thomas Pipon (1610-1661) of La Fosse (St P) 1641 [4] m Marie Guillaume ( -1660) d and h of Pierre
      • 3 Elie Pipon (1635-1696) [5] m Jeanne Le Sueur (1642-1729) d and co-h of François (St H) and Jeanne Messervy
        • 4 Jeanne Pipon (1664- ) died a minor
        • 4 Marie Pipon (1666-1705) m (1685) Jean Dumaresq, Rector (St H)
        • 4 Elizabeth Pipon (1669-by 1675)
        • 4 Elizabeth Pipon (1675-1748) m 1 Philippe Lempriere of Diélament; 2 (1703) Josue Pipon, Jurat
        • 4 Philippe Pipon (1671-1726) [6] m (1699) Elizabeth Carteret ( -1720) d of James of New Jersey
          • 5 James Pipon (1700-1766) [7] m (1732) Elizabeth Dumaresq (1708-1794) d and h of Benjamin and Anne Hilgrove
            • 6 James Pipon (1733-1733)
            • 6 Benjamin Pipon (1733-1733) twin
            • 6 Elizabeth Pipon (1734-1819) [8] m (1755, St B) Jean Poingdestre, Jurat (St S)
            • 6 James Pipon (1735-1735)
            • 6 Anne Pipon (1736-1807) m (1764) Philippe Robin ( -1821), Jurat [9]
            • 6 Elie Pipon (1737-1788) Jurat [10] unmarried
            • 6 James Pipon (1738-1819) [11] m (1769) Elizabeth Le Gros ( -1809) d of Elie and Jeanne Pipon
              • 7 Elizabeth Pipon (1769-1769)
              • 7 James Pipon (1770-1837) [12] K.T.S. m (1805) Elizabeth Dobbyn Hodges (1787-1854) d of Nathaniel
                • 8 James Kennard Pipon (1807-1868) [13] m (1841) Elizabeth Anne Collier (1821-1898) d of John, M.P., and Emma Porrett
                  • 9 James Clement Collier Pipon (1842-1924) (Eng.) [14] m (1870) Susan Augusta Griffiths (1842-1874) d of Colonel Griffiths, H.M. 6th Regt; m 2 (1875) Harriet Emily, d of E. Congreve, Revd.
                    • 10 Philip James Griffiths Pipon (1874-1962) I.C.S. [15] m (1907) Harriet Nina Whateley
                      • 11 Susan Elizabeth Nina Pipon (1908-1968) m (1934) Peter William Athel Jackson
                      • 11 Jane Augusta Harriet Pipon (1912-1976) m (1933) Edmund Cranston Smallwood
                      • 11 Anne Philippa Amice Pipon (1915- ) m (1936) James Ellis Hammerton
                      • 11 Elizabeth Mary Denize Pipon (1918- ) m (1941) John Morgan Francis
                  • 9 Henry Pipon (1843-1924) C.B. [16] m (1872) Louisa Anne Edmonstone, d of Sir William, Bart., Admiral
                    • 10 Mary Elizabeth Pipon m (1899, Bengal) Cecil Toogood, Border Regt. [17]
                    • 10 Emma Philippa Pipon (1877-1958) m 1 Maurice William Clifford (1874-1912), I.C.S.; [18] 2 (1917, Dorset) Henry Edward Rochfort-Widnell [19]
                    • 10 Georgina H. Pipon (1878-1940) m 1 (1901) Herbert Graham Stainforth, Lt-Col., 4th Bengal Lancers; [20] 2 (1938, Basingstoke) Sir Wyndham Charles Knight, Major-General
                    • 10 Evangelina Aimée Pipon (1884-1963) m (1912, Ldn.) Frederick Augustus Yorke, Major, H.M. Army
                    • 10 Geraldine Mary Pipon (1886- ) m (1913, Vancouver) George Herbert Head
                  • 9 Emma Jane Pipon (1845-1922) m (1876) Walter Herries Pollock s of Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart.
                  • 9 Edith Philippa Pipon (1847-1906) m (1869) Charles Ernest Beaty Pownall, Capt., 68th L.I.
                  • 9 John Pakenham Pipon (1849-1899) C.B. [21] m (1881) Alice Elizabeth Johnson (1849- ), d of Murray
                    • 10 James Murray Pipon (1882-1971), Vice-Admiral, K.B.E. [22] m Bertha Louise Victoria Lopez d of 1st Baron Roborough
                      • 11 Penelope Elizabeth Pipon (1922- ) m (1948) Colin Harris Baker
                      • 11 Hermione Alice Pipon (1928- )
                      • 11 Michael James Pipon (1933-2016) (Eng.)
                    • 10 Henry Cecil Brand Pipon (1883-1974) [23] m 1 Joyce Hope (1885-1917)
                      • 11 Susan Elizabeth Pipon (1914-1914)
                    • by the 2nd marriage of Henry Cecil Brand Pipon, m (1920) Marjorie Johnson
                      • 11 Josephine Pipon (1921-1941) [24]
                      • 11 Prudence Caroline Pipon (1927-2006) m (1948) John C. C. Green-Wilkinson, Major, Rifle Brigade
                • 8 Nathaniel Hodges Pipon (1808-1840) [25] no issue
                • 8 Eliza Eleanor Pipon (1810-1837) unmarried
                • 8 Charlotte Maria Pipon (1814-1843) unmarried
                • 8 Jane Ismena Pipon (1816-1890) unmarried
                • 8 John Hodges Pipon (1818-1846) [26] no issue
                • 8 Mary Anne Beresford Pipon (1822-1907) m (1851) Robert Blackall Montgomery ( -1884), Colonel, P.A.L.I.
                • 8 Philip Gosset Pipon C.B. (1824-1905) [27] m (1849) Sophia Ashworth ( -1897), d of John [28] and Sophia Louisa Caldwell
                  • 9 John Hodges Pipon (1853-1899) (Can.) [29] m (1885, Can.) Emily Louisa Rutherford d of Edward Henderson and Mary Margaret Oliver
                    • 10 Mary Phyllis Pipon (1890-1975) unmarried
                    • 10 Edward Philip Pipon (1891- ) liv. 1953 [30] m Florence Macdonald (no issue)
                    • 10 John Rutherford Pipon (1893-1919) [31] unmarried
                  • 9 Charles Ashworth Pipon (1856-1906) (Can.) [32] m (1892, Can.) Maude Mary Rutherford (1865-1940) d of Edward Henderson and Mary Margaret Oliver
                    • 10 Philip Rutherford Pipon (1894- ) (Can.) unmarried [33]
                    • 10 Charles Arthur Pipon (1899- ) (Can.) unmarried
                    • 10 Mary Rozel Pipon (1902- ) unmarried
                  • 9 Mary Philippa Pipon (1858-1940)
                  • 9 Sophy Eliza Pipon ( -1939) unmarried
                • 8 Laura Elizabeth Pipon (1825- ) m (1845) William Braithwaite, Revd.
                • 8 Ismena Hodges Pipon (1832- ) m ( -- ) Nugent
              • 7 Elie Pipon (1772-1848) [34]
              • 7 Philippe Pipon (1773-1776)
              • 7 Elizabeth Pipon (1775-1848) m (1801) Abraham Gosset ( -1839), Capt., R.N.
              • 7 Jeanne Pipon (1777-1839) unmarried
              • 7 Philippe Pipon (1781-1811) [35]
              • 7 Anne Pipon (1783- ) died a minor
            • 6 Marie Pipon (1740-1797) unmarried
          • 5 Josue Pipon (1701- )
          • 5 Elie Pipon (1702- ) [36] m Blanche Lafonds
            • 6 Jean Pipon (1730- )
          • 5 Delaval Pipon (1704-1783) m (1738) Gedeon Villeneufve ( -1767)
          • 5 Louise Pipon (1707-1768) m (1743) Charles Godfray, Rector (St B)
          • 5 George Pipon (1710-1710)
          • 5 Jeanne Pipon (1710-1770) twin m (1740) Elie Le Gros s of Elie
          • 5 Philippe Pipon (1711-1752) m (1744, St J) Elizabeth de Quetteville (1717-1802) [37] d of Thomas and Elizabeth Le Feuvre
            • 6 Elizabeth Pipon (1745-1794) m (1768) Jean Villeneufve [38] ( -1809)
            • 6 Jeanne Pipon (1746-1819) m (1779) Pierre Mallet (St H) [39]
            • 6 Catherine Pipon (1748-1829) unmarried
          • 5 Carteret Pipon (1712- ) died a minor
          • 5 George Pipon (1714- ) died a minor
          • 5 Jean Pipon (1716- )
        • 4 Anne Pipon (1674- ) m George de la Garde (St Mt) [40]
        • 4 Unknown son Pipon (1679- )
        • 4 Susanne Pipon (1681-1727) m 1 (1701) George Patriarche; 2 (1705) Thomas Pipon [41] s of Jacques
        • 4 Jean Pipon (1683-1740) [42] unmarried
        • 4 Jeanne Pipon (1684-1768)
      • 3 Marie Pipon (1638?- ) "fille ainée" m (1662) Nicolas Le Bas of La Presse (St P), s of Jean
      • 3 Alice Pipon (1640- ) m (1673, St My) George Le Mière (St My)
      • 3 Rachel Pipon (1643- )
      • 3 Susanne Pipon (1645- )
      • 3 Elizabeth Pipon (1648- )
      • 3 Philippe Pipon (1650-1669)
      • 3 Madeleine Pipon (1653- ) died a minor
      • 3 Thomas Pipon (1659- ) m (1691) Judith de Carteret
        • 4 Edouard Pipon (1692-1692)
    • 2 Pierre Pipon (1615?-1672?) m Rachel Deane
      • 3 Jacques Pipon, living 1672
    • 2 Judith Pipon, living 1644

Notes and references

  1. Seigneur de Vinchelez de Bas, Bailiff of Jersey
  2. Constable of St Peter, 1636-1644; Jurat, 1644-51, 1660- ; Lieutenant-Bailiff, 1666-68
  3. Seigneur of Trinity, Jurat
  4. Merchant in St Aubin; Centenier of St Peter, 1650 and then Procureur du bien public, 1655. He purchased La Fosse in 1641 from Thomas Scelle
  5. Wool Merchant; Dénonciateur, 1666; Deputy-Viscount, 1669, then Receiver-General, 1681. Seigneur de Noirmont, 1695
  6. Receiver-General, 1696-1716; Constable of St Brelade, 1700-1704; Jurat, 1725-1726. Captain in the Militia
  7. Seigneur de Noirmont. Deputy-Procureur-General, 1730, 1732; Advocate, 1733-1743; Jurat, 1743-1766
  8. Elizabeth Pipon is recorded by Messervy as having been married at Noirmont Manor
  9. As a result of this marriage, there was formed in 1765 a new merchant partnership, Robin, Pipon & Co., engaged in the Canadian fisheries
  10. Seigneur de Noirmont. Constable of St Brelade, 1774-1776; Jurat, 1776-1788
  11. Seigneur de Noirmont, heir of his brother. Colonel in the Militia
  12. Commissary-General. In the British Army`s former Commissary Department (Commissariat), this was the equivalent to the infantry rank of Brigadier-General. Commissary-General Pipon built the present Noirmont Manor in 1810
  13. Seigneur de Noirmont. Officer in the Army, H.M. 94th and 85th Regiments (Major), Colonel in the Militia
  14. Of Lincoln College, Oxon; Rector of Toddington, Bedfordshire. The Revd. Pipon, whose family had been adversely affected by Jersey`s 1873 bank crashes, sold the manor house and Fief de Noirmont in 1880, having previously let the former to tenants
  15. Judicial Commissioner, Indian Civil Service
  16. Major-General, R.H.A.. Governor of the Tower of London
  17. Afterwards, Lt.-Colonel, Lincolnshire Regiment
  18. Born in Bareilly, India, and educated at the United Services College, Westward Ho, Devon (1891 U.K. Census), Maurice William Clifford was, in 1899, a 2nd Lieutenant, Indian Cavalry Reserve (Indian Army Lists 1899, 1902)
  19. Steward of the Beaulieu Estate, Chartered Land Agent and late Lieutenant, 72nd Highlanders. They lived at Abbey Mead, New Forest, Hampshire: 1938 England and Wales Register
  20. Stainforth and not Staniforth, as shown in ABSJ, VI, 194. Colonel and Mrs Stainforth had issue Graham Henry Stainforth, The Master, Wellington College, Berkshire, and Major-General Charles Herbert Stainforth (1914-2000), C.B., O.B.E., formerly of the Indian Army; GOC Aldershot District and one-time Commandant, R.M.C. Sandhurst
  21. Captain, R.N., C.M.G., Q.A.D.C.
  22. K.B.E., C.M.G., M.V.O.
  23. Captain, R.N.
  24. Asst. Section Officer, Women`s Auxilliary Air Force
  25. Lieutenant, R.N.
  26. Captain, Royal Engineers
  27. General in the Army; Colonel Commandant, Royal Artillery. General Pipon retired to Jersey, living at La Motte House, on what was then the edge of St Helier
  28. Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General. In the British Army`s Commissary Department, this was the equivalent to the infantry rank of Lieutenant
  29. On marriage in 1885, he was a Banker, of Winnipeg, Manitoba. He had been born in Woolwich, England. His Irish-born father-in-law, Edward Henderson Rutherford had been in Toronto since the 1840s
  30. Lieutenant, R.N.V.R. (1914-1919); Bank of Montreal Banker, retd. (1953)
  31. Lieutenant, R.N.V.R.
  32. Settled in Toronto, Ontario. Died at Salisbury, in England, as a result of a railway accident, when travelling from Toronto to Jersey
  33. An Agent, living at 41, Cecil Street, Toronto, with his Irish-born, widowed mother, brother Charles, a Clerk, and sister, Mary: 1921 Canadian Census
  34. Major, H.M. 63rd Regiment and Commandant, "Newfoundland Fencibles"
  35. Lieutenant, Royal Marines
  36. Settled in New York, about 1724
  37. Heiress in 1788 of her brother, the Revd. Jean de Quetteville, Rector of East Langdon, Kent (1726-1788)
  38. Of St Aubin, Merchant
  39. Merchant and shipowner. This Mallet family had settled in Jersey as Huguenot refugees, earlier in the century
  40. Constable of St Martin, 1714-1717
  41. Constable of St Brelade, 1708-1713
  42. Seigneur of La Hougue; Constable of St Peter, 1707--1727; Jurat, 1727-1740
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