Historic Jersey buildings
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La Commune Farm
Verte Rue, Trinity
Type of property
19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Cabot: The 1901 census shows farmer John Wesley Cabot (1858- ) and his wife Elize, nee Cabot (1861- ) living here with their sons John Ernest (1883- ), Alfred Joseph (1885- ), Hedley Charles (1890- ) and Sydney Thomas (1896- ) and daughters Eva Elise (1888- ) and Elsie Marguerite (1892- )
- Le Herissier: In 1941 Charles William Le Herissier (1903- ) his wife Melanie Marie Louise, nee David (1903- ) and their daughter Phyllis Ahier Le Herissier (1931- ) were living here
- 18 ICB ♥♥ MMMTG 23 - For Jean Cabot, son of Jean and Rachel, nee de Gruchy, and Marie Marguerite Mattingley
- ICB MMTG 1838 - For Jean Cabot, son of Jean and Rachel, nee de Gruchy, and Marie Marguerite Mattingley
- 17 IGD 02  Probably for Jean Godeaux
- NCB 1673 - For Nicolas Cabot
Historic Environment Record entry
A fine 19th century farm group retaining historic character and original features, with integrity as a group.
Mid-19th century farmstead with earlier origins, now sub-divided into separate residences consisting of main house (five-bay, three-storey), three-bay, two-storey dower wing to the west, four-bay two-storey wing adjoining it to the east and L shaped two-storey farm buildings to the north.
Variously sized openings due to former agricultural use. Elliptical arches for carriage entrances.
Old Jersey Houses
Notes and references
- ↑ Not LGD as shown in HER