Les Jardins, St O

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Les Jardins, St Ouen


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Property name

Les Jardins

Other names


Rue du Douet, St Ouen

Type of property

19th century country house


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Families associated with the property

In 1901 there were three farming households At Les Jardins:

  • Vibert: Farmer Charles Vibert (1829- ) and his wife Mary, nee Sauvage (1828- ) were living with their sons Edwin (1888- ) and Henry (1895- ), and daughters Agnes (1892- ) and Rosa (1898- ). Also in the household were Charles and Mary's widowed daughter-in-law Alice
  • Le Feuvre: Farmer John Philip Le Feuvre (1866- ) and his wife Mary, nee Arthur (1856- ) made up the second household with general servant Emma Seale and Philip Alexander, working on the farm
  • Cooper: Farmer John Cooper, born in Devon in 1830, and his wife Jane, nee Le Blancq (1836- ) were in the third household with their widowed son John (1861- ), daughter Laura (1864- ), son Edward (1874- ) and grandsons John (1885- ) and Reginald (1890- )
  • Perriot: In 1941 Joseph Perriot (1888- ), his wife Louisa, nee Burlot (1887- ), their daughter Joyce (1925- ) and son Francis John (1927- ) were living here. In 1940 an application was made to postpone military service for Joseph Francis (1919- ), which was presumably unsuccessful

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Mid-19th century house retaining historic character with high quality of building materials. The building is well proportioned and contributes to the scenic value of the rural streetscape.

Classical porch with stone columns supporting corniced canopy.

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