Descendants of Matthieu Le Loreur

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Descendants of Matthieu Le Loreur


This descendancy, based upon the 1996 Annual Bulletin of La Société Jersiaise by Guy Dixon and revised by him, was added to the site in 2012. Estimated dates of birth have been slightly adjusted in some instances. Jehanette Le Loreur (generation 4) has been added, by reason of the facts shown below. The tree shows the likely line of the early owners of Maufant Manor and La Chasse, Maufant

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  • 1 Matthieu Le Loreur (1270- ) [1]
    • 2 Matthieu Le Loreur (1300- ) liv. 1331
    • 2 Guillaume Le Loreur (1305-1353) [2]
      • 3 Pierre Le Loreur (1335- ) [3]
      • 3 Guillaume Le Loreur (1340-1401) [4]
      • 3 Michel Le Loreur, [14]
    • 2 Robert Le Loreur (liv 1331) [15]
    • 2 Collin Le Loreur (liv 1338) [16]

Notes and references

  1. The original holding of the Le Loreurs was the property now known as Maufant Manor: ABSJ (1996), 568. Matthieu Le Loreur was Viscount, 1309; Jurat, 1329; and Bailiff, 1332
  2. Probable son of Matthieu. He was Jurat, 1348-1353
  3. Possible son. He was Jurat, 1379
  4. Probable son. He was Jurat, 1382-1401
  5. He may have been the son of Pierre. He was Seigneur, in part, of Diélament, 1413; Jurat, 1397-1432
  6. Seigneur du Fief Mottier. He was Jurat, 1450-52; Bailiff, 1452-53-
  7. He may have been a grandson of Regnauld or child of a second marriage. He was Procureur of St Saviour, 1454; Jurat, 1452-1483
  8. Of La Chasse, Maufant, probably son of Jean. He was Jurat, 1503-23
  9. Noé Le Geyt dit Le Maillier, of Mont à L`Abbé, St Helier; Seigneur of the Fief de La Carrière
  10. Of St Saviour
  11. Almost certainly brother of Regnauld. He was Seigneur, in part, of Diélament, 1413. He was Jurat, 1407-1437
  12. ABSJ VII, 265. Jehannette probably had at least one elder sibling, born after Pierre (c.1375-1437)
  13. Seigneur of Rosel. He was H.M. Receiver of Revenues, 1430; Bailiff, 1434-. Their eldest son, Regnauld Lemprière, the first of this name in that family, was killed at the Seige of Mont Orgueil Castle in 1467. He was no doubt named after his uncle, Regnauld Le Loreur. Jehanette`s second son, George Lemprière, was Seigneur of Diélament, having probably been eventual heir of one maternal uncle and having purchased the remaining part of the fief from the family of the other Le Loreur uncle
  14. Tentative son. He was Rector of St Clement, 1377
  15. Tentative son
  16. Tentative son
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