Elmfield, St O

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Elmfield, St Ouen


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Property name



Route de Trodez, St Ouen

Type of property

19th century house in the heart of rural St Ouenh, more reminiscent of a Victorian town house in St Helier than a typical Jersey granite farmhouse.

An earlier building can be seen pn the site on the 1849 Godfray Map, and even earlier on the 1795 Richmond Map.


The property sold for £1.1 million in 2016

Families associated with the property

  • Le Boutillier: This family appears to have owned the property for some considerable time. In addition to the datestone below, there are records of Le Boutilliers living here up to 1959, when spinster Florence Ellen Le Boutillier's (1888- ) will was registered, and four years later when her younger brother, Hedley John's (1897- ) will was registered [1]

In 1901 farmer Adolphus Carcaud Le Boutillier (1863- ) and his wife Ellen Mary, nee Syvret (1864- ) were living here with their daughter Florence (1889- ) and sons Clarence (1891- ) and Hedley (1898- )


  • GLBT 1770 - For George Le Boutillier, one of five successive generations of this name to live here [2]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Late 19th century house retaining exterior character and features. Earlier origins on site. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.

Two-storey, three bay house with rear wing. Modern conservatory and extension.

Notes and references

  1. Florence and Hedley were two of five children of Adolphus Carcaud Le Boutillier and Ellen Mary, nee Syvret. We have now been able to confirm their ancestry and a new branch has been added to Descendants of Aaron Le Boutillier
  2. Although this George is probably linked to Descendants of Aaron Le Boutillier, we have been unable to establish exactly how. Unless there are church records missing, the only George who could match the stone would have been born in 1765, the son of Aaron. However, Aaron was still alive in 1770 so it is difficult to understand why a stone would have been erected for his five-year-old son
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