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From: "Carol Woolley" <>
Subject: Re: [CI] Buesnel
Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 09:06:01 +1300
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Just noticed here the name Buesnel.
We have our Alfred John De La Haye born 1887
married to a Lillian A Buesnel.....just wondered if there is any connection
at all to the Clement?
thank you Carol
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pam Hislop" <>
Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 3:39 AM
Subject: Re: [CI] 1841 Census???
> A HUGE thanks for this - and it was so quick!
> Interestingly this has turned up something that you might be interested
> Dennis Jones and I have been in conversation about his Gt Grandparents -
> Francois GODFRAY and Mary Ann FILLEUL.
> According to all Census returns (1851/71/81/91/01) he is stated to have
> born c 1826, St Clement.
> I have no baptism in St Clement for a Francois at this time - the nearest
> Francois and Rachelle (sic) baptised 10 Feb 1830, St Clement fs/fe Mr
> Francois GODFRAY et feu Ms Marguerite AUBIN.
> The mother, Marguerite was buried the 5th - so have presumed she may have
> died shortly after the birth of the twins....???? Though the index does
> indicate they were twins.
> This may be the Francois we are looking for.... noticed that
> is md to Clement BUESNEL c 1852.
> We've been here before ! :-))
> You note that you cannot find a Francois baptism (to match 1841 Census)
> either... so it is looking like the 1830 baptism may be the Francois we
> Certainly I do not have a son Francois for Bernaby and Rachel CABOT...
> They don't make it easy!
> Wonder how the GPs for St Clement baps is proceeding - she asks
> A huge thanks again, Anne. :-))
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 2:46 AM
> Subject: Re: [CI] 1841 Census???
> > Pam
> > 1841 at Pontlientaut St (sic) St C [2-9]
> > Bernabey GODFRAY - 53 - farmer
> > Bernabey GODFRAY - 15 - carpr. ap.
> > Rachel GODFRAY - 57 (or possibly 50)
> > Francis GODFRAY - 15 - ap.
> > (This enumerator was very fond of listing sons with same name as the
> > house immediately after the head of house - everyone else came after.)
> > I couldn't find a baptism for Francis in St C - Bernabey bapt.
> > fils Me. Bernabey GODFRAY et Mse. Rachel CABOT. There were two more
> > GODFRAYs at Grouville [2-4] & [2-22] - ages unknown to me as the 1841
> > doesn't give ages. I thought that this would probably be your man,
> > I rather suspect that it hasn't been of any help...
> > Anne
> > In a message dated 07/11/02 01:23:12 GMT Standard Time,
> > writes:
> > > If anyone just happened to be checking out the 1841 Census for
> > > wondered if they might take a look for me for the following:
> > >
> > > Francois GODFRAY born c 1826, St Clement....
> > >
> > > Trying to establish who his parents are - he has been described in
> > > census entries as Ship Carpenter/Builder
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