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From: sjrobin <>
Subject: Re: [CI] My Gallienne Family
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 11:00:56 -0700 (PDT)
Travelling today, but will look this up later as there is a link between the Gallienne's and my Robin ancestors.
Lloyd Brehaut <> wrote:
Your Galliennes do not seem to match any of mine at present but I have found a few bits of info which might help if you don't already have them.
Baptism Register at Torteval Church, Guernsey has this entry on 21.11.1803:
Abraham Gallienne - Born 19.11.1803
Mother: Catherine Sare, his wife
Godparents: Abraham Gallienne, Pierre Gallienne, Margueritte Langlois
The LDS site shows Abraham Gallienne b. abt 1805 in St. Peter Port, Guernsey
marrying in 1830: Sophie Pipet b abt 1809 in St. Peter Port, Guernsey
Her parents are: Father - Jean Pipet and Mother - Marie Dickson
Sophie's death is recorded as 22.5.1862
The 1881 Census according to the LDS site shows this family at 4 Alver Road,
Thomas Gallienne Head 46 Guernsey, C. I.
Ellen Wife 41 Drypool, York, England
William Son 11 Gosport, Hampshire
Charles '' 11 ''
Thomas '' 9 ''
Francis '' 8 ''
Henry '' 5 ''
Agnes Dau 2 ''
Finally, Paul Murray ( ) on the Ancestry.com message board on 10 Jan 2001 writes:"I have William Sohier, (son of Charles Sohier) born early 1800's. I know he dies in the mid 1800's while married to a Matilda Sophie Gallienne, Daughter of Abraham Gallienne and Sophie Pipet. In the 1861 Alderney Census she was shown as a widower under her maiden name (Gallienne)."
Hope some of this might fill some gaps,
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