Descendants of Mathieu Hocquard

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Descendants of Mathieu Hocquard
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This was primarily a Trinity surname. As such, it did not feature in the St John section of the Oath of Association Roll, 1696. The name has, nonetheless, occurred in the parish, in two branches, from the early 18th century. The tree was added to the site in 2015 and reviewed in 2019

It was further reviewed in 2021 by Guy Dixon and considerably extended. His research has shown, however, that the first two generations need to be taken with some caution. The descendants of Noe and of Matthieu Hocquard, both of whom are shown in generation 3, appear now to be reliable

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  • 1 Mathieu Hocquard [1] m (1624, Tr) Collette Pallot
    • 2 Philippine Hocquard (1625- ) [2]
    • 2 Mathieu Hocquard (1629- ) [3] m (1658, Tr) Jeanne Le Cornu [4]
      • 3 Noe Hocquard (1665?-1742) (Tr) m 1 (1690, St L) Marie Hamon (Tr)
        • 4 Josue Hocquard (1694-1738) (Tr > St J) [5] m (1718, St J) Elizabeth Malzard d of Abraham and Rachel, née Le Masurier (St J)
          • 5 Josue Hocquard (1720-1778) (St J) [6] m (1740, St J) Jeanne Henry daughter and heir of Isaie [7]
            • 6 Josue Hocquard (1741- ) m (1765, St J) Rachel Conefray
              • 7 Edouard Hocquard (1766- ) died in infancy [8]
            • 6 Jean Hocquard (1743?- ) [9]
            • 6 Abraham Hocquard (1745- )
            • 6 Jeanne Hocquard (1748-1803) m (1768, St J) George Aubert (St J)
            • 6 Helier Hocquard (1752- )
            • 6 David Hocquard (1756-1822) (St J) [10] m (1782, St J) Anne Le Mottée, sister of Jean [11]
              • 7 Anne Hocquard (1783-1801)
              • 7 Judith Hocquard (1785- ) m (1816) Philippe Crill [12]
              • 7 Jean David Hocquard ( -1811)
              • 7 Elizabeth Hocquard (1790-1790)
              • 7 Elizabeth Hocquard (1791- )
              • 7 Marie Hocquard (1793- ) m (1817, St C) Jean Le Neveu (1793-1855) (St C)
            • 6 Abraham Hocquard (1757-1794) [13] m (1781, St J) Anne de Gruchy (1755-1798) daughter of Philippe and Marie Alexandre (Tr)
              • 7 Anne Hocquard (1782-1794) (St J)
              • 7 Elizabeth Hocquard (1785- ) m (1823, St J) Philippe Coutanche (St J)
              • 7 Abraham Hocquard (1788- ) (St J) [14] m (1813, St J) Anne Jeanne Le Brun [15] d of Jean and Esther Bechervaise [16]
                • 8 Anne Hocquard (1814- ) [17] m Charles Le Moignan
                • 8 John Hocquard (1816-1845) Drowned [18]
                • 8 David Hocquard (1818-1835) Drowned [19]
                • 8 Elie Hocquard (1820- ) (Le Mourier) [20] m Elizabeth Renouf d of Edouard [21]
                  • 9 Elias Renouf Hocquard ( -by 1923) (Le Mourier) [22] no issue
                  • 9 John Edward Hocquard ( -1951) [23] no issue
                  • 9 Walter Philip Hocquard (USA) [24]
                  • 9 Philip Edmund Hocquard ( -by 1923) no issue [25]
                  • 9 Ada Elizabeth Hocquard (1870- ) m (1897, St J) Philip John Simon (Herupe, St J)
                • 8 Elizabeth Hocquard (1822- ) m (1847, St H) Edouard Bisson son of Daniel (St J) [26]
                • 8 Jane Hocquard (1824- ) m (1846, St J) Jean Le Boutillier
                • 8 Abraham Hocquard (1827-1920) (NZ) [27] m 1 Susanne Vardon
                  • 9 Eliza Hocquard (1853- ) (Gaspé, Can.)
                • by the 2nd wife of Abraham Hocquard, m (Aus) Hannah Whitton (1831-1917, ae 86) [28]
                  • 9 Jane Hocquard (1860-1890) (NZ) m (1877, Havelock, NZ) Thomas Dalton McManaway [29]
                  • 9 Abraham Hocquard (1863-1882, ae 19) (NZ) [30]
                  • 9 Elizabeth Hocquard (1865- ) (NZ) m (1886, Picton) Isaac Newton Harvey [31]
                  • 9 Elias Hocquard (1867?-1867) (Picton, NZ)
                  • 9 Elias Hocquard (1869-1897, ae 28) (Te Puru, NZ)
                  • 9 Philip Hocquard (1873-1949) (NZ) [32] m (NZ) Frances Emily Harvey ( -1912)
                    • 10 Philip Henry Hocquard (1893-1966, ae 74) J.P. (NZ) [33] m Norah Magdalen ( -- )
                      • 11 Audrey Mary Hocquard (1922-1949) (NZ)
                      • 11 Jack Hocquard (Te Kuiti, NZ)
                      • 11 (Daughter) Hocquard m ( -- ) Housiaux (Havelock, NZ)
                      • 11 Geoffrey L. Hocquard (Marlborough, NZ) [34]
                    • 10 Lawrence Egbert Hocquard (1894- ) (NZ)
                    • 10 Leanne Gertrude Hocquard (1897- ) (NZ)
                    • 10 Olive Jessie Hocquard (1899- ) m (1921, NZ) Onslow Austin Cameron
                    • 10 Aileen Jane Hocquard (1901- ) m (1920, NZ) James Brownlee
                • 8 Marie Hocquard (1829- )
                • 8 Eliza Hocquard (1831-1872, ae 40) m John Godel
                • 8 Philippe Hocquard (1833-1852) [35]
              • 7 Rachel Hocquard (1790- ) [36] possibly m Jean Gruchy
              • 7 Marie Hocquard (1793-1794)
            • 6 Anne Hocquard (1759-1839) m (1781) Philippe Coutanche
            • 6 Sara Hocquard (1761-1800) m Jean Simon (St J)
            • 6 Rachel Hocquard, living 1790
          • 5 Abraham Hocquard (1723-1725)
          • 5 Abraham Hocquard (1728-by 1758) [37] (St J) m (1752, St J) Sara Malzard
            • 6 Abraham Hocquard (1753- ) ------------------see "Discussion"
          • 5 Richard Hocquard (1733-1734) twin
          • 5 Elise Hocquard (1733-1734) twin
          • 5 Jean Hocquard (1736-1736) (St J)
      • by the 2nd wife of Noe Hocquard, m (1701, Tr) Marie Esnouf ( -1737)
        • 4 Marie Hocquard (1701- ) (Tr) m (1725, Tr) Philippe Querée (St J) [38]
        • 4 Rachel Hocquard (1704- ) (Tr)
        • 4 Sara Hocquard (1706- ) (Tr)
        • 4 Noe Hocquard (1709- ) (Tr) ?m (1738, Tr) Marthe Elizabeth Hocquard (Tr)
          • 5 Jean Hocquard (1748- ) (Tr)
        • 4 Elizabeth Hocquard (1712- ) (Tr)
        • 4 Matthieu Hocquard (1714- ) (Tr) [39]
        • 4 Jean Hocquard (1716- ) (Tr)
      • 3 Mathieu Hocquard (1671- ) [40] (Tr) m (1714, Tr) Rachel Gavey
        • 4 Matthieu Hocquard (1717?-1803) [41] (Tr > St J) m (1748, Tr) Catherine Benest
          • 5 Abraham Hocquard (1746?-1823) "fils ainé" [42] (L`Abri) m (1779, St S) [43] Jeanne Anley (1753-1796)
            • 6 Abraham Hocquard (1780- )
            • 6 Mathieu Hocquard (1781- ) [44]
            • 6 Jean Hocquard (1783-1841) (L`Abri) [45] m (1820, St H) Jeanne Susanne Marett (1796- )
              • 7 Jeanne Hocquard (1821- ) m Amice Lesbirel junr. [46]
              • 7 Marguerite Hocquard (1823-1881) m (1845, St H) Francois Billot (St J)
              • 7 Jean Hocquard (1824-1849) (L'Abri) [47] m Jeanne Laurens
                • 8 Henriette Hocquard m (1867, St J) Philip Bichard (L`Abri)
                • 8 Jane Hocquard (1847- ) died in infancy
              • 7 Mary Hocquard (1827- ) m (1846, St H) Hubert William Gould
              • 7 Abraham Hocquard (1830-1918) m (1853, St S) Esther Elizabeth Bisson (1831- ), daughter of Jean (1795- ) and Mary Lesbirel (1796- )
                • 8 Annie Hocquard (1860-1934) m Josue Le Couteur
              • 7 Charles Hocquard (1832-1834)
            • 6 Jeanne Hocquard (1785- ) m Jean Hamon
            • 6 Marie Hocquard (1787- )
            • 6 Josue Hocquard (1790- ) [48]
            • 6 Charles Hocquard (1791- ) [49] m (1835, St J) Betsey Mauger
              • 7 Eliza Jane Hocquard (1836- ) m (1867, St J) Pierre Mourant
              • 7 Julie Hocquard (1838-1842)
              • 7 Charles Hocquard (1840- )
              • 7 Amelia Hocquard (1843- ) m (1865, St J) Denis Blampied junr.
              • 7 George Hocquard (1846-1922) [50] m Jane de Veulle
                • 8 Ethel Hocquard (1876- )
                • 8 Lucy Hocquard (1878- )
                • 8 Clarence Hocquard (1881- ) [51] m Henrietta Maud Jeune
                  • 9 Clarence Hocquard (1922- ) [52] m Lillie Laura Le Quesne (descendants)
          • 5 Matthieu Hocquard (1750-1/1814, ae 63) [53] m Marie Dorey, sis. of Jean and Elizabeth
            • 6 Marie Hocquard (1788-1837, ae 48) [54] m Philippe Pinel (St J)
          • 5 Charles Hocquard (1753?- ) [55] m Esther Hotton (St J)
            • 6 Charles Hocquard (1784-1818, ae 33) [56] (St J) m Anne Le Sueur
              • 7 Charles Josue Hocquard (1809- ) (St J) [57]
              • 7 Philippe Hocquard (1810-1814) (St J) [58]
              • 7 Josue Philippe Hocquard (1811- ) (St J)
              • 7 Jean Hocquard (1812-1813) (St J)
              • 7 David Philippe Hocquard (1814- ) (St J) [59]
              • 7 Nancy Marie Hocquard (1815-1815) (St J)
            • 6 Jean Hocquard (1786- )
            • 6 Josue Matthieu Hocquard (1793-1794) [60]
            • 6 Josue Matthieu Hocquard (1798-1805)
            • 6 Marie Hocquard (1791-1793)
            • 6 Marie Hocquard (1795- ) died in infancy
            • 6 Marie Hocquard (1801- )
            • 6 Rachel Hocquard (1805- ) [61]
          • 5 Helier Hocquard (1755- ) (St J) [62]
          • 5 Jean Hocquard (1757-1780) (St J)
          • 5 Marie Hocquard (1760- ) m Thomas Pinel (St J)
          • 5 Josue Hocquard (1765- ) living 1790- [63]
        • 4 Esther Hocquard (1720- )

Notes and references

  1. The link of this Mathieu and his wife to those below has not yet been able to be established
  2. Baptism not found
  3. Baptism not found
  4. Not confirmed as mother of Noe
  5. Godparents: Josué Hamon and his sister. Josue Hocquard bought from 1718 onwards, his house and land in St John: R.P. 30/108 (1718): "Josue Hocquard fils Noe in right of Henry Bradshaw, owning Le Clos de Devant..St John", then R.P. 30/198 (1719):"Philippe Anley fils Jean, heir of Jean Anley fils Thomas, fils dudit Jean, sells to Josue Hocquard fils Noe and Elizabeth Malzard, his wife, a house and land situated on the north cliff, St John". In R.P. 31/78 (1719) and R.P. 31/165 (1720), George Mauger fils Jean and Jean Querée fils Edouard sell, respectively, to Josue Hocquard and Elizabeth Malzard, his wife and to Josue Hocquard fils Noe, singly, a small house and Le Clos à Géon, St John
  6. Godparents: Matthieu Hocquard and sister
  7. RP 63/204/5 (1781): Jeanne Henry daughter and principal heir of Isaie Henry sells to Abraham Hocquard her son, fils Josue, her house, outhouses and yards, with the adjoining field and orchards called Le Pièce de L`Etocquet bordered on the west by the public lane and on the east by the land of Jean Hamon and of the said Hocquard. This was the house afterwards called "Mourier" on the said lane, le Chemin de L`Etocquet, St John
  8. Godfather: Edouard Le Maistre, Gent See RP 63/205 regarding having died without issue
  9. Fils aine No issue: RP 63/205
  10. Churchwarden, St John, 1787; Lieutenant in the North-West Regiment, Militia, 1789-1792. For some years Regent [Headmaster] of St Anastase, then Vicar of St Peter, 1803, and finally Rector of St Clement, 1804-1822
  11. Gentleman
  12. From whom is descended Sir Peter Crill, formerly Bailiff of Jersey
  13. Abraham was buried six days after his daughter, Anne
  14. Godparents: George Aubert and Jeanne Hocquard, his wife
  15. Initials on their farmhouse at Le Mourier, Rue de L`Etocquet, St John: AHC AILB 1821
  16. R.P. 144/49 (1827)
  17. Godparents: Rev David Hocquard and Anne Le Mottée, his wife
  18. Mariner, drowned in Bristol Harbour, 13 September 1845; unmarried
  19. Mariner, aged 17 yeara
  20. Mariner, 1836-1844, then Farmer, Rue de L`Etocquet, Vingtaine du Douet, St John, rated at 79 Quartiers, 1858-1878
  21. R.P. 323/184 (1897)
  22. Vingtenier du Douet, St John, 1917-
  23. Of Washington Lodge, St Clement (1944). Will so dated, leaving everything he possessed at the time of his death to his sister, Ada Elizabeth, née Hocquard, wife of Philip John Simon
  24. Settled in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri: Procuration, dated 15/09/1894, appointing Mons Peter Falla his procureur
  25. R.P. 389/132. Philip Edmund Hocquard had left the Island some years previously, establishing on 24/09/1892, Mons. Peter Falla as his procureur
  26. Of the next-door farm, Le Mottais Farm, St John
  27. Originally a Carpenter, he was in 1853 styled Merchant, when living with his first wife and child at Malbay, Gaspé. Abraham Hocquard then emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, and then to Picton, New Zealand. There, he embarked upon an ambitious enterprise. A 1976 article relating to swimming baths, records that "One hundred and ten years ago, there were baths in Picton. A Mr Hocquard ran private baths on the east side of the harbour. An advertisement in the Marlborough Express of 31 October 1866 stated: "See the new bathing establishment erected on the east side of Picton Bay. Separate dressing room. Springboard platform for divers securely enclosed. We hope to see Brighton in miniature reproduced. Season tickets 21/- with boats to the baths at any time". These boats left from the old wharf at the foot of Wellington Street. However, the article concludes that "Brighton never eventuated, for within a short period, the baths were heard of no more. Maybe it was a venture ahead of its time." Hocquard and his family then moved to Te Puru, where they farmed and where he was buried. Being brought up on a farm on the north coast of Jersey, clearly had its advantages
  28. Buried at Te Puru
  29. Jane Hocquard was born in Melbourne, Australia. The family moved not long afterwards to New Zealand, where she married and subsequently lived at Wellington. In about 1885, Thomas and Jane moved with their two children, Thomas and Lily, from Wellington to Te Puru, being shipwrecked near Cape Jackson, on the way. They were rescued and taken care of by a Maori lady, Mrs Smith, and finally settled in Okoha. Jane died there and was buried with other family members, in nearby Te Puru
  30. Drowned at French Pass, New Zealand
  31. Of Anakoha Bay, Okoha, Sawmill proprietor
  32. Farmer, farming at Te Puru, in the outer Pelorus Sound, and Saratogo Bay
  33. Farmer, at Te Puru and Saratogo Bay, to which he added, by purchase, a farm at Beatrix Bay, New Zealand. P.H. Hocquard`s obituary describes him as a "highly successful breeder of Romney sheep and Aberdeen Angus cattle. He was a judge of Romney sheep at various A. and P. Shows, including the Marlborough Show". He was involved in most aspects of local life and had been a keen sportsman in his youth
  34. Farmer
  35. RP 212/157: no issue
  36. Godparents: David Hocquard and Rachel, his sister: see above
  37. RP 46/28
  38. The Querée`s firstborn child in 1726 had, as godparents, Matthieu Hocquard and Rachel Gavey, his wife
  39. Godfather: Matthieu Hocquard
  40. Godparents: Thomas Godel and Katherine Luce, widow of Jean Malzard
  41. Of Les Landes, St John, on burial (1803)
  42. R.P.97/116 (1803): "Mr Abraham Hocquard eldest son and principal heir of the late Mr Matthieu Hocquard sells to Mr Jean Barette junr. his house, yard and stackyard with the new orchard, the field behind it, La Pointe and La Lande,which tenement the said Matthieu Hocquard had acquired from Thomas Laurens, fils Thomas, on the 3/1/1752; Item: La Falaise, which the said Matthieu Hocquard had acquired in 9/6/1753 from Nicolas Renouf, fils Nicolas.. situated on the Fiefs Lulague and Chesnel, St John". Matthieu`s 1752 purchase was, in fact, a purchase jointly in his name and that of his wife, named as Catherine Benest: see R.P. 43/213. More importantly, his 1753 purchase of La Falaise from Nicolas Renouf, fils Nicolas [R.P.44/147 (1753)] describes Matthieu, the purchaser, as "Matthieu Hocquard, fils Matthieu". His father will thus be the Matthieu baptized in 1671, who married in Trinity, in 1714, Rachel Gavey. This information has necessitated a further revision within the first three generations of the family shown above, whose original tree was displayed prior to the use of "Notes and references", and therefore without references or reasons for early placements
  43. 1786 datestone at L'Abri, St John
  44. Godparents: Matthieu Hocquard and Catherine Benest, his wife. Matthieu and his brother Abraham, seem to have died without surviving issue
  45. Jean Hocquard`s `partage` was dated 08/01/1842 (R.P. 177/171), the parties being his eldest son Jean, younger son Abraham and daughters Jeanne, wife of Amice Lesbirel junr., Marguerite and Mary, who were yet to marry
  46. RP 214/114
  47. Rates: 56 Quartiers (1878)
  48. Godparents: Josue Hocquard and Catherine Benest, his mother
  49. Of Les Ruettes, St John, which property was assessed for rates in 1858 at 152 Quartiers. Charles having been a younger son, this property may have been inherited from his wife`s family. Godparents: Charles Hocquard and Ester Hotton, his wife
  50. Of Les Ruettes, the rate assessment of which was, in 1878, 114 quartiers. Centenier of St John, 1870-
  51. Of Les Ruettes, St John; Potato merchant; Deputy in the States
  52. In the Greffe office, Jersey
  53. R.P. 96/183 (1803): "Me Matthieu Hocquard and Me Charles Hocquard, two of the younger sons of the late Me Matthieu Hocquard, sell their inheritance to Me Abraham Hocquard, their eldest brother". Matthieu`s Will was dated 17/01/1814 and was proved in February that year. He left his goods and furniture to his daughter Marie, with his wife, Marie Dorey, having a life-interest. £200 sterling was left to his grand-daughter, Marie Pinel
  54. Buried as the "widow of Philippe Pinel". The property associated with this branch may be La Croute
  55. Almost certainly the privateer captain of this name, commanding Liberty (1790-1792), Anne ( -1810), Lovely Harriet (1810- ) and Ceres (1814-1815)
  56. Godparents: Matthieu Hocquard and Catherine Benest, his wife
  57. Godparents: Charles Hocquard senr. and Esther Hotton, his wife. ?C.J. Hocquard of 10, Gloucester Street, St Helier (1870): British Press and Jersey Times Almanac
  58. Mr Philippe Pinel and Marie Hocquard, his wife
  59. Mariner (1836)
  60. Godparents: Matthieu Hocquard and Catherine Benest, his wife
  61. Godmother: Rachel Hocquard
  62. R.P. 95/148 (1803): Helier Hocquard, Josue Hocquard and Marie Hocquard, wife of Thomas Pinel, [being] the younger sons and daughter of the late Matthieu Hocquard, sell to Abraham Hocquard their eldest brother, their share of the inheritance
  63. Godparents: Josue Hocquard [Mourier] and Rachel Confray, his wife. Perhaps Master Mariner, captain of Friends (1792)

Acknowledgment

With thanks to Margaret Newman, of the United Kingdom, and Mike Taylor of the Picton Historical Society, of New Zealand, for passing on their research into the migration and experiences of the New Zealand Hocquard family, as outlined above.

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