Historic Jersey buildings
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Charrieres Nicolle, St Lawrence
Type of property
18th century farm
- No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Le Cornu
- Godel: In 1941 Francis Clarence Godel (1916- ), his wife Lilian May, nee Le Gros (1916- ) and their children, Mavis Lilian Mabel, Lilian Florence, John Francis and Monica May were living here. Francis Godel was at least the third generation of Godels to own Les Arches. His father Francis John (1868- ) was head of household in 1911, and his father, also Francis John (1844- ), was head of household in 1881-1901
- ILCN 1797 - For Jean Le Cornu 
Historic Environment Record entry
Farm group with late 18th century origins, retaining historic character and features of interest. Five-bay, two-storey house with associated outbuilding range forming a rear courtyard. Farm buildings to east.
Notes and references
- ↑ Blank left to carve wife's initials. Was this the Jean Le Cornu who married Marie Bisson in St Lawrence in 1804? If so, why were her initials never added to the stone?