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From: "Pam Hislop" <>
Subject: Re: [CI] Re: du Heaume & Malzard
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 00:45:15 +1200
[1.78.5] - ST PETER
John DU HEAUME - 31 - born St Peter
Rachel - 24 - born St Ouen
John - 2 - born St Peter
Mary - 39 - born St Peter
Francis - 26 - born St Peter
Frances A. - 28 - born St Brelade
Frank E. - 2- born St Peter
George - 1 - born St Peter
Presume you have the 1881 - but what the heck..
Dwelling: Chapel House Vingtaine Du Douet, St Peter, Jersey, England
Source: FHL Film 1342351 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 5621 Folio 69 Page
John DU HEAUME - 40, (no place of birth) , Mason, Head, md
Jane DU HEAUME - 46 - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Formerly
John DU HEAUME - 12 - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Scholar, son
Eliza DU HEAUME - 6 - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Daughter
Francis DU HEAUME - 8m - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Son
Mary Ann DU HEAUME - 52 - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Formerly
Dressmaker, Sister, unmd
Elizabeth PEPIN - 65 - born St Peter, Jersey, Channel Islands, Annuitant,
And... why not...
Philadelphie Chapel,ST PETER
John DU HEAUME - 58? - born St Peter, Mason, employed, Head, md
Jane - 56 - born St Peter, Wife
Eliza - 16 - born St Peter, daughter, unmd
Francis - 10 - born St Peter, son
----- Original Message -----
From: thais <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 9:54 PM
Subject: [CI] Re: du Heaume & Malzard
> Hi Group,
> Would anyone be kind enough to check the 1871 census for John du Heaume
> (stonemason) and his wife Rachel (Malzard). They were probably living in
> St Peter's parish.
> If anyone is researching this family I would also be interested in
> hearing from them.
> Thanks in advance,
> Thais Hardman.
> Victoria, Australia.
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