Historic Jersey buildings
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Verte Rue, St Mary
Type of property
18th century farmhouse and outbuildings
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Hegarat: The Trachy connection with the property continued well into the 20th century. In 1941 Annie Louisa Le Hegarat, née Trachy (1907- ) was living here with her husband James Walter Le Hegarat (1890- ) and their children Margaret Amy (1929- ) and Monica Alice (1932- ), and James' brother Frank Marie Le Hegarat (1886- )
- PTC ICB 1748 - For Philippe Trachy and Jeanne Corbet 
- PTC MLHQ 1777 - For Philippe Trachy - grandson of the previous Philippe Trachy - and Marie Le Huquet, married in St Mary in 1775
- 18 ITC IRR 34 - For Jean Trachy (1783- ) (St My) son of Jean and Marie Le Huquet, and Jeanne Romeril, married at St Mary in 1810
Historic Environment Record entry
18th century farm house with outbuildings, retaining historic character and some features.
Historic farm group, 18th century to early 19th century, with 17th century origins. A small square sandstone sundial on the western chimney is dated, possibly 1808. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Historic farm group comprising five-bay, two-storey detached house; single storey building ranges forming a yard on the west and north sides.
Building range on west side largely rebuilt late 1990s. Pigsties.
Old Jersey Houses
A brief entry mentions only the datestones
Notes and references
- ↑ This stone may have been misread because Philippe married Elizabeth Corbet in 1707