Chestnut Farm, St P

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Chestnut Farm, St Peter


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Property name

Chestnut Farm


Rue d'Elysee, Les Augeres, St Peter

Type of property

Mid-19th century house


The property was sold for £2.5 million in 2013

Families associated with the property

  • Horman: In 1901 farmer Philip Francois Horman (1844- ) and his wife Elizabeth, nee Quenault (1851- ), were living here with their son Philip (1873- ) who worked with his father, and daughter Elvina (1882- ) an ironer and washerwoman [1]
  • Le Quesne: In 1941 John Le Quesne (1902- ) was living here with his wife Annie, nee Billot (1895- ) and their children Nance Lilian (1928- ) and Monica
  • Rive: Also living at the farm in 1941 were John Trachy Rive (1899- ), his wife Alice Mary, nee Le Boutillier (1887- ) and their children Pamela Mary (1927- ), Muriel Lilian (1928- ) and Joyce Emma (1933- )

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This mid-19th century house retains external historic character and contributes to its corner, rural roadside setting.

Notes and references

  1. We have not been able to place this family in any of our Horman trees
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