Descendants of Philippe Sauvage

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Descendants of Philippe Sauvage
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Sauvage of L`Etacq, St Ouen, and afterwards of St Saviour

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  • 1 Philippe Sauvage (1677-1758?) (L`Etacq, St O) [1] m (1701, St My) Marie Grante
    • 2 Philippe Sauvage (1702- ) [2] m (1729, St B) Susanne Le Cornu (St O)
      • 3 Philippe Sauvage (1730- ) (L`Etacq) [3] m (1757, St My) Marie Chevallier (St O)
        • 4 Marie Sauvage (1758- ) [4] (St O) living 1793
        • 4 Anne Sauvage (1761- ) (St O)
        • 4 Philippe Sauvage (1764- ) [5] (St O)
        • 4 Jean Sauvage (1766- ) (L`Etacq) [6] (St O) m (1793, St O) Catherine Le Feuvre, daughter of Jean, son of Jean [7] (St O)
          • 5 Marie Sauvage (1793- ) [8] (St O)
          • 5 Jean Sauvage (1795- ) junr. (St O) m (1822, St O) Marie Syvret d of Philippe and Marie Le Brocq
              • 7 Jean Sauvage (1823- ) (St O)
              • 7 Philippe Sauvage (1824- ) (St O)
              • 7 Charles Sauvage (1826- ) (St O)
              • 7 Marie Sauvage (1828- ) (St O)
              • 7 Charles Sauvage (1830- ) (St O)
              • 7 Francois Sauvage (1831- ) (St O)
              • 7 Rachel Sauvage (1833- ) (St O)
              • 7 Thomas Sauvage (1836- ) (St O)
              • 7 Eliza Sauvage (1839- ) (St O)
              • 7 James Sauvage (1841- ) (St O)
          • 5 Philippe Sauvage (1797-1878) (St O > St H) [9] m (1823, St O) Marie Le Brocq (1796-1864) (St P)
            • 6 Mary Ann Sauvage (1828- )
            • 6 Louisa Anna Sauvage (1835- ) m (1864, St L) Philip Clement Falle [10] s of George (St H)
            • 6 Philip Brocq Sauvage (1840-1924) (St H > St S) [11] m (1868, St S) Eliza Jane Romeril (1843-1927) d of Jean, Farmer (St S)
              • 7 Florence Elize Sauvage (1869-1963) (St S)
              • 7 Stanley Sauvage (1871-1955) (St S > U.S.A.) m (USA) Marie Louise Lutz ( -1964) [12]
              • 7 Sydney Brocq Sauvage (1874- ) (St S) [13] m (1903, St H) Lilian Maud Renouf d of Thomas [14] (St S)
                • 8 Beatrice Grace Sauvage (1910- )
              • 7 Edith Maud Sauvage (1875-1966) (St S)
              • 7 Cedric John Sauvage (1877-1877) (St S)
              • 7 Beatrice Sauvage (1879-1971) (St S)
              • 7 Rowena Elsie Sauvage (1881-1968) (St S)
              • 7 Cedric Philip Sauvage (1882-1882) (St S)
              • 7 Stella May Sauvage (1883- ) (St S)
              • 7 Herbert John Sauvage (1888-1971) (St S)
              • 7 Edwin Hue Sauvage (1889-1974) [15] (St S) m (1929, Penzance, Eng) Maria Estella Hardy ( -1984)
                • 8 Valerie Sauvage
                • 8 John Philip Sauvage (1931-2006) [16] m (1956) Dorothea McRoberts (with issue 2 sons and 5 daughters)
          • 5 Elizabeth Sauvage (1799- ) (St O)
          • 5 Rachel Sauvage (1801-1872) (St O) m (1822, St P) Jean Huelin (1800-1856) [17] (St P)
          • 5 Nancy Sauvage (1803- ) (St O)
          • 5 Francois Sauvage (1805- ) (St O)
          • 5 Edouard Sauvage (1807-1807) (St O)
        • 4 Elizabeth Sauvage (1769- ) [18] (St O)
      • 3 Elizabeth Sauvage [19] m (1765, St J) Richard Descaudeville ( -1774) (St J)
    • 2 Martin Sauvage (1710?-1758) [20] m (1740, St O) Susanne Le Blancq ( -1782) [21]

Notes and references

  1. Philippe's was probably the first of three burials recorded in St Ouen, for a Philippe Sauvage, being that of 1758. He was godfather in 1730 of his grandson Philippe, but he does not feature in the next generation, which began in 1758, the year of his likely death
  2. Either this Philippe (1702- ), his son or his grandson, all called Philippe, had a death and burial recorded in St Ouen in 1783 [translated]: "25 October 1783, Philippe Sauvage, son of Philippe, of L`Etacq, who had been shipwrecked in a boat in La Bouque [Old Norse for a channel or passage between rocks, such as that leading from the open sea to L'Etacq Harbour] of L`Etacq, the night of 21st of this month, buried." One of the other two Philippes will have been "Philippe Syvret of L`Etacq" buried in St Ouen on 12 December 1796
  3. His godfather was "Philippe Sauvage, de L`Etacq" -- being his grandfather. Had the father stood also as godfather, as sometimes occurred, it would have been stated
  4. Her christening entry in St Ouen, adds a further generation to this tree [translated]: "Marie, daughter of Philippe Sauvage, son of Philippe, son of Philippe, and of Marie Chevalier, his wife...". Her godmother was Susanne Le Blancq, wife of Martin Sauvage
  5. Godparents: Philippe Vibert, de L`Etocquet, and Anne de Caen, his wife
  6. Godfather: Jean Bailhache, son of Clement
  7. Of Haut du Marais, St Ouen
  8. Godparents were: Philippe Sauvage, Grandfather of the child, and Marie, his daughter, after whom the child was named
  9. Master Mariner: Marriage Register entry in 1864 of his daughter, Louisa Anna Sauvage, and that of his son in 1868. Born in St Ouen, Philippe Sauvage lived, whilst at sea, in St Helier, but retired to Trinity, where he was a "Rentier," being someone of independent means, farming at the same time, some acres in that parish. He died a Monsieur, the old Jersey rank applied to a man of substance, aged 80
  10. Master Mariner/Captain, Merchant Navy
  11. Captain, Merchant Navy/Master Mariner, then Proprietor; settled in St Saviour. Farmer at Highstead in 1901
  12. Stanley Sauvage settled in Chicago, becoming a naturalized U. S. Citizen in 1914
  13. Farmer
  14. Master Mariner
  15. Electrician, Eastern Telegraph Company, in 1911: London Census (1911)
  16. Dairy Farmer, St Mary. Born in Penzance, Cornwall; educated at St Erbyns Preparatory School, Cornwall, 1936-1944 and Allhallows Public School, Devon, 1944-1948; returned to his father`s home island of Jersey, Dairy Farmer: Who`s Who in the Channel Islands 1967, 81
  17. Parents of William Huelin (1830- ) founder, ca 1851, of the firm of Timber Merchants, later known as "J.W. Huelin & Co."
  18. Elizabeth`s godparents were: Richard Descaudeville and Elizabeth Sauvage, his wife, after whom she was named
  19. Probable placement, based upon godparent evidence and her evident generation
  20. Fils Philippe 1740
  21. Susanne Le Blancq`s burial entry records her two marriages, the second to Jean Le Couteur. This, and her date of death, indicate to which generation she belonged and therefore to which generation her first husband, Martin Sauvage, belonged
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