Descendants of Charles Pallot - 2

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Descendants of Jean Pallot


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The sadly faded St Saviour gravestone of Charles Pallot (gen 3) and his wife Mary Ann, nee Giffard. In April 1897 their son Charles Giffard Pallot, then still a minor, sold to the Parish of St Saviour the field on which the Parish School now stands.



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Adeline Annie Pallot (1873-1946), Sister, Princess Christian`s Army Nursing Service, during the Boer War and Great War

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  • 1 Jean Pallot (1770- ) m Unknown
    • 2 Charles Pallot (1805-1840) (Tr) [1] m (1830) Rachel de Gruchy (1808-1872) daughter of Jean, of La Chasse, Rozel, Trinity and of Rachel de Gruchy (1777-1829), daughter of Thomas and of Rachel Remon
      • 3 Rachel Pallot (1831-1920) m Charles de Gruchy (1818-1899) [2]
      • 3 Charles Pallot (1832-1894) [3] m (1872, St S) Mary Ann Patty Giffard (1847-1926) daughter of Philippe (1817-1893) [4] and Mary Ann, nee Bott (1826-1873), daughter of Nicolas and Marie Marguerite, nee Deleree
        • 4 Adeline Annie Pallot (1873-1946) (St S) RRC [5] m (SA) Martin Haarseth ( -1927) (Norway) [6]
        • 4 Cecile Louise Pallot (1874-1944) (St S) [7]
        • 4 Charles Giffard Pallot (1876-1948) [8]
        • 4 Ethel Lucie Pallot (1881-1970) [9]
        • 4 Herbert John Pallot (1882-1964) [10] m Alice Gertrude Cupper (1883-1978) (Alberta)
          • 5 Elsie Mary Pallot (1908-1986) m Lloyd Reynolds (1910-1990) [11]
          • 5 Dorothy Adèle Pallot (1912-1969) m Leonard Eustace Gads (1907-1974) [12]
        • 4 Harold Eugene Pallot (1884-1966) [13]
        • 4 Blanche Pallot, died in infancy
        • 4 Alfred Pallot, died in infancy [14]
      • 3 Susan Pallot (1834- )
      • 3 John Pallot (1837- ) [15]
      • 3 Mary Anne Pallot (1841-1848) [16]

Notes and references

  1. Died by 11 April 1841. He was buried in Trinity as "Mr Charles Pallot, son of Jean, aged 35" on 25 April 1840. An online tree has him as son of Jean. Charles should not be confused with another Trinity Charles Pallot (1803-1855), who married Douce Nicolle in that parish in 1827. He was a shoemaker, as was probably his namesake, and was described as "Marchand" on burial. Charles Pallot and Rachel de Gruchy, his wife, were godparents in 1836 of Rachel, daughter of Jean Pallot and Nancy Penwell. Nancy, another daughter of the latter couple, had as godparents in 1830 Charles Pallot and Douce Nicolle. It is likely that they were inter-related as well as being fellow Trinity parishioners
  2. Owner of Mont Mado Quarry, St John. Parents of Charles de Gruchy of Wandsworth, professor of architecture, Royal Academy of Arts
  3. Shoe manufacturer of Halkett Place, St Helier, employing 22 men and 2 boys (1861); Owner (1872-1879), with his father-in-law, Philippe Giffard, of the 144 ton brigantine Industry. On the retirement of Giffard, the co-owner was Blampied; Owner (1868-1894) of Beau Desert, St Saviour, where he lived in 1881, farming 65 acres
  4. Master mariner, and then merchant and shipowner (1872-1879)
  5. Sister, Princess Christian`s Army Nursing Service (Reserve). She trained at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester and joined the Army Nursing Service on 9 March 1900. She was actively involved in the Boer War, serving in Wynberg in Natal, at Norvals Pont and Bloemfontein: https://www.britisharmynurses.com/Adeline Annie Pallott (sic); RAMC Army Nursing Service (Reserve) and British Army Medal Rolls. She served also in WW1, being twice mentioned in despatches for "Gallant and Distinguished Services in the Field", in 1915 and 1917, see below. Both citations were signed by Winston Churchill, who was then Secretary of State for War. Adeline was also a recipient of the Royal Red Cross (RRC), shown below, awarded to military nurses for exceptional bravery or devotion to duty. Adeline Annie Pallot, RRC, features on the List of Officers of the Nyasaland Protectorate, 1918-1919, as a Nursing Sister, Nyasaland Nursing Service, the list giving also the date of her appointment as 18th June 1910. She lived, many years later, in retirement at Green Hill, St Martin, Jersey
  6. Lieutenant, King`s African Rifles, then Tobacco farmer in Nyasaland
  7. Of The Cottage, (formerly Union Cottage), Le Hocq Lane, St Clement; Governess and Linguist, who concealed throughout the German Occupation her fluent German; Information: Betty Bois, her former neighbour. Unmarried - Will: D/Y/A/112/36
  8. Educated in England. His family is believed to have experienced financial losses as a result of the failure in 1886 of the Jersey Banking Company. He nonetheless inherited Beau Desert, St Saviour, which he let for many years to tenants, while contemplating a return from Canada, where he had settled. He finally decided, however, to remain there, farming in 1906 at Ashmont in Alberta and in 1920 selling Beau Desert. He died unmarried. He was the ultimate heir of the de Gruchys of La Chasse, Rozel, whose deeds from the 14th century he inherited. These were in the safekeeping of the survivor of his aunts at Le Hocq until 1970, and are now carefully preserved in his brother`s family, in Alberta
  9. Of The Cottage, Le Hocq Lane, music teacher at Ladies College, Jersey; unmarried - Will: D/Y/B1/145/32. Her principal heir was her niece, Elsie Mary Pallot, wife of Lloyd Reynolds
  10. OV; One-time mechanical engineer, who served in WW2 in the Canadian Merchant Navy. He settled in Alberta, Canada, where he farmed near his brother Charles. He died in Alberta
  11. Of Edmonton, Alberta. They sold, with their Gads co-heirs in 1973, The Cottage, Le Hocq, to Anthony Joseph Sullivan of Jersey
  12. Professor, then Associate Dean of Engineering, University of Alberta
  13. OV; settled in 1905 in Alberta, Canada, where he farmed; served in the Great War with 51st Battalion Canadians. He died unmarried
  14. With his sister Blanche, Alfred is commemorated on his parents grave in St Saviour
  15. Shoe manufacturer of 26 Halkett Place, St Helier (1861)
  16. Christened on 11 April 1841 as the "daughter of the late Charles Pallot and of Rachel de Gruchy, his wife"

Sister Adeline Annie Pallot, RRC

Adeline Annie Pallot had a distinguished career with Princess Christian`s Army Nursing Service. She trained at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester and joined the Army Nursing Service on 9 March 1900. She was actively involved in the Boer War, serving in Wynberg in Natal, at Norvals Pont and Bloemfontein. She served also in the Great War, being twice mentioned in despatches for 'Gallant and Distinguished Services in the Field', in 1915 and 1917. Both citations were signed by Winston Churchill, who was then Secretary of State for War. Adeline Pallot was also a recipient of the Royal Red Cross (RRC), awarded to military nurses for exceptional bravery or devotion to duty. She lived, many years later, in retirement at Green Hill, St Martin

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