Descendants of Jean Aubin - 2

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Descendants of Jean Aubin


This tree shows the ancestry of Charles Duret Aubin, Attorney-General of Jersey during the German Occupation and Alexander Coutanche's deputy.

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  • 1 Jean Aubin [1] (St Mt) m (1753, St Mt) Jeanne Gaudin daughter of Clement (St Mt)
    • 2 Jeanne Aubin (1755- ) m (1782, St S) Jean Poingdestre (St S)
    • 2 Elizabeth Aubin (1757- ) m (1782, St Mt) Philippe Gaudin (St Mt) [2]
    • 2 Marie Aubin (1759- )
    • 2 Jean Aubin (1761-by 1773)
    • 2 Philippe Aubin (1764- ) [3] (St Mt) m (1793, St S) Rachel Le Seelleur
      • 3 Philippe Aubin (1794- ) (St Mt) [4]
      • 3 George Aubin (1796- )
      • 3 Jean Aubin (1798- ) [5]
      • 3 Rachel Aubin (1801- )
      • 3 Thomas Aubin (1803- ) [6]
      • 3 Esther Aubin (1805- )
      • 3 Jeanne Aubin (1807- )
      • 3 Charles Aubin (1810- )
    • 2 Esther Aubin (1766- ) ?m (1796, St Mt) Jean Pallot (St Mt) [7]
    • 2 Francois Aubin (1768- )
    • 2 Jean Aubin (1772-1/1852) (St Mt) [8] m (1795, St H) Esther Romeril (1768-1843) d of Thomas and Esther Vaudin (St H)
      • 3 Jean Aubin (1796-1874) Jurat [9] m (1817, St H) Rachel Vautier (1799- ) d of Jean ( -1799), s of Jean, s of Jean, and of Rachel de la Perrelle [10]
        • 4 James Aubin (1818-1889) [11]
        • 4 Henry Aubin (1820- )
        • 4 Daniel Aubin (1822- ) [12] m (1847, St S) Delphine Duret (1826-1915) d of Armand [13] (St H)
          • 5 Walter Duret Aubin (1848-1917) M.B. [14] m 1 Marie Cecile Veillet de Vaux (1852-1882) Florence
            • 6 Jeanne Marie Aubin (1876- )
            • 6 Madeleine Isabella Aubin (1879-1893)
          • 2nd wife of Walter Duret Aubin m (1886, St S) Catharine Francesca Murrow (1863-1925) daughter of Yorick Jones Murrow
            • 6 Marguerite Maud Aubin (1888- ) m (1907) Sydney Francis Nicholls, son of Thomas Arthur Nicholls
            • 6 Charles Walter Duret Aubin (1894-1972) m (1919, St S) Isabel Mary Touzel (1896-1981) (St H) daughter of George [15]
              • 7 Carette Isabel Aubin (1924-2021) m John Floyd
              • 7 Catherine Isabel Duret Aubin (1931- )
          • 5 Ernest Aubin (1851-1904)
        • 4 Louise Charlotte Aubin (1823-1887)
        • 4 Frederick Aubin (1825-1865) [16]
        • 4 Henrietta Esther Aubin (1827-1828)
        • 4 Elizabeth Aubin (1828-1829)
        • 4 Henrietta Elizabeth Aubin (1830-1867) m (1860, St B) George Anstis Buesnel [17] s of George (St S)
        • 4 Marie Anne Aubin (1831-1831)
        • 4 Philippe Aubin (1833-1834)
        • 4 Charles Aubin (1834-1834)
        • 4 Charles Aubin (1835-1890) [18]
        • 4 Alfred Aubin (1838-1893) [19]
        • 4 William Aubin (1839-1839)
        • 4 Emma Aubin (1840-1843)
        • 4 Alice Aubin (1842- )
        • 4 Helena Aubin (1843- ) m (1871, St S) Joseph Morris [20] s of William (Eng.) [21]
      • 3 Esther Aubin (1799-1835) m (1827, St H) William Le Vavasseur dit Durell
      • 3 Thomas Aubin (1801- )
      • 3 Philippe Aubin (1804-1882) unmarried [22]

Notes and references

  1. Son of Jean
  2. Lecteur. Their initials and date are engraved on Green Farm, St Martin: "PGD.EAB 1781" perhaps being a misread "1782" or the year of their engagement
  3. Philippe Aubin and Rachel Le Seelleur, his wife, were godparents of Philippe Aubin in 1804, son of Jean Aubin of St Helier, and Esther Romeril, his wife, being described as "Uncle and Aunt" of the child. They were also godparents of Philippe Pallot, in 1802, son of Jean Pallot and Esther Aubin of St Martin, although the relationship was not given
  4. Godparents: Me Philippe Gaudin, Lecteur (of the parish), and Mse Elizabeth Aubin, his wife
  5. Godparents: Me Jean Pallot and Mse Esther Aubin, his wife
  6. Godparents: Me Jean Aubin and Mse Esther Romeril, his wife
  7. Jean Pallot and Esther Aubin, his wife, of St Martin, were godparents of Esther Aubin, in 1799, daughter of Jean Aubin of St Helier, and Esther Romeril, his wife, although the kinship was not given. They reciprocated by asking the St Helier couple to be godparents of their daughter, Esther Pallot, in 1807. Jean Pallot, son of the above and his wife, Esther Aubin, baptised in 1797, had as godparents Me Jean Poingdestre and Mse Jeanne Aubin, his wife
  8. Settled in St Helier; Apothecary, Halkett Place, St Helier: Almanach du Constitutionnel (Jersey: 1839), 79; J.A. Messervy, in ABSJ, IX, 8. He had retired by 1841 and died on 27/01/1852, aged 79 years. The 1851 St Helier Census, when he was living in Vauxhall, gives his place of birth as St Martin, the parish from which most of his children`s Aubin godparents came from
  9. Of 27, Midvale Road, St Helier. Ecrivain, (Solicitor); Jurat, 1862-1874; Lieutenant-Colonel in the Militia. His godfather was "Me Jean Thomas Romeril, Oncle." The only child of this name, in the correct generation, was christened at St Helier in 1770, and had also, a sister named Esther Romeril. He was the son of Thomas Romeril and Esther Vaudin, his wife. His sister Esther was described on burial as having died on the 10th February 1843, aged 74 years and 3 months, giving a date of birth by 10/11/1768. She was baptised on the 30/11/1768
  10. Rachel Vautier`s date of birth (1799) can be calculated from the very consistent entries she supplied to the enumerators of the 1851-1871 censuses. Her place of birth was there given as St Ouen, where her baptism was entered in the register on the 17/11/1799. Her parents married there in March 1798. Her mother, Rachel de la Perrelle, re-married in 1803 as the "veuve Me Jean Vautier" so the latter`s burial will have been that recorded in the register in 1799. Her widowed mother, Rachel de la Perrelle`s second husband, was Me Jean Le Cerf, "fils Philippe, fils Philippe". She, herself, was "fille Philippe, fils George". Children born of this second marriage, who were Rachel Vautier`s half-sisters, were Betsy Le Cerf (1805), Marguerite Le Cerf (1807) and Suky Le Cerf (1809). Betsy (as "Elizabeth" Le Cerf) was godmother of Frederick Aubin, the future écrivain, and Suky (as "Susanne" Le Cerf) was Philippe Aubin`s godmother, in 1833, these being both sons of Rachel Vautier and her husband. Rachel Vautier`s father, Jean, was recorded on marriage as being of Les Marais
  11. Died 19th September 1889, aged 71 years 5 months; Rentier
  12. Ecrivain, (Solicitor)
  13. Doctor
  14. Doctor Aubin was a Jurat, 1899-1917, and Lieut. Bailiff from 1906
  15. Corn Merchant
  16. Ecrivain, (Solicitor); Major RJM
  17. Gentilhomme Cultivateur
  18. Died 4th August 1890, aged 54 years 10 months; Independant
  19. Mariner, in 1861, being a profession he abandoned. He died 15th September 1893, aged 55 years 7 months. Occupation and address given at death: Rentier, of Midvale Road, St Helier
  20. Gas Engineer
  21. Of Coventry, Wine Merchant
  22. Constable of St Helier, 1858-1861; Jurat 1867-1868
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