Historic Jersey buildings
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Les Routeurs, St Saviour
Type of property
19th century farm with earlier datestones
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Perchard (see datestones below). In 1901 farmer |Thomas Perchard (1853- ) and his wife Elise, nee Gallichan (1856- ) were living here with their sons Thomas (1879- ) and Walter (1886- ), both working on the farm, and Alfred (1889- ); and daughters Alice (1882- ), Lily (1886- ), Elsie (1888- ) and Louisa (1896- )
- Le Boutillier: In 1941 Gladys Elvina Le Boutillier, nee Perchard (1901- ) was living here with Gabrielle Mary Messervy Beaugie (1923- ) and Mary Messervy Beaugie (1925- ), her children by her first marriage to Eric Messervy Beaugie. Gladys married Edmund Arthur Le Boutillier in 1930 and also in her household were Donald George (1919- ) and Margaret Norah Le Boutillier (1921- ), her husband's children by his first marriage
- IPC 1604 - For Jean Perchard
- IPC MG 1692 - For Jean Perchard
- IPC 1772 - For Jean Perchard
- TPC EGLC 1889 - For Thomas Perchard and Elise Gallichan, who married in St Helier in 1877 
Historic Environment Record entry
Despite having 17th and 18th century datestones, this is not a listed building.
A rendered three-bay, two-storey house of mid-late 19th century appearance. Shown as an existing farmstead on the 1935 ordnance survey map. Parallel plan layout.
The property has several early datestones including one from the 17th century on a gatepost.
Old Jersey Houses
A single-paragraph in Vol Two mentions the datestones
Notes and references
- ↑ It is likely that all the Perchards who erected datestones here were in a direct line of descent but we have not been able to establish all the connections