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Rondel family page


Esther Julia Rondel and Amy Maud Rondel

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Stanley and Lydia Rondel's wedding

Origins of surname

We have not found the surname elsewhere in the spelling which has been predominant in Jersey, but variants such as 'Rondeau' and 'Rondeaux' exist in France and are believed to derived from rond for 'round', and to have been attributed to a corpulent person.

Early records

Rondel baptisms first appear in St Helier in 1617, but the family appears to have been established mainly in Trinity and St Lawrence in the 17th century. The name's presence in the island does not appear to go back beyond the start of the 17th century, suggesting that the first arrivals from France could have been Huguenot refugees.


  • Rondel, 1607

Family records


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