Historic Jersey buildings
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- La Retraite
- Lowlands East
- Forest Hill Cottage
Mont des Vignes, St Peter, Also known as Lowlands, Beaumont
Type of property
17th century house and cottage
No recent transactons
Families associated with the property
- Le Feuvre
- Vincent : J Vincent on 1849 Godfray map. The property passed to the Vincent family through the marriage of Francoise Le Feuvre to Jean Vincent in 1756.
The 1901 census shows farmer James Carrel Vincent (1872-1954) living here with his wife Frances Augusta, nee Cutler (1870-1932) and their son James Cutler (1896- )
The family was still here in 1941. James Cutler Vincent was living with his wife Elsie Maud, nee Cudlipp (1895- ) and their daughters Margaret Louise and Dorothy Frances. Mr Vincent made an Agricultural War Claim relating to the property
- Stagg: Also at Lowands in 1941 were Arthur Ernest Stagg (1884- ) and his wife Emeline Mary, nee Rebours (1902- )
- ALF 1675 - For Abraham Le Feuvre
- ALF ♥ II 1747 - For Abraham Le Feuvre dit Filiastre and Judith Jean
- ALF ♥ ELC 1782 - For Abraham Le Feuvre dit Filiastre and Elizabeth Le Cour 
Historic Environment Record entry
A 17th century house - Lowlands East - altered historically and in 20th century, retaining some interesting features, including fine examples of accolade lintels.
Opposite is a converted 18th century farm range - Forest Hill Cottage - retaining its historic proportions and exterior character. These buildings are shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.
Lowlands East dates from early 17th century and was refronted in 1675, with further developments in 1747. The roof was raised in the 20th century.
Forest Hill Cottage is a converted farm range.
Old Jersey Houses
A brief entry in Vol Two refers to the datestones and previous occupants of the property, but does not identify the house as any earlier than the 18th century
- 'Although this house has been heightened and much altered, the facade retains four finely cut accolade lintels'
Notes and references
- ↑ It is likely that this Abraham was the son of Abraham and Judith, and a descendant of the first Abraham, but we have not been able to place any of them in our extensive collection of Le Feuvre trees. There are 26 baptism records and 24 marriage records for Abraham Le Feuvres in our database, but they are almost entirely absent from our 19 trees. We have not been able to find a single online tree mentioning Abraham and Elizabeth Le Cour, although they undoubtedly married in St Peter in 1773