Meadowside, St Mary

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Meadowside, St Mary


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Property name



Rue Blouin, St Mary

Type of property

19th century seven-bay farmhouse with large rectangular courtyard and outbuildings converted to residential use


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property

  • Le Gros
  • Rimeur: In 1941 Guillaume Marie François Rimeur (1878- ), his wife Marie, née Martin (1886- ) and their daughter-in-law Beryl Jane Rimeur, nee Hamon (1912- ) were living here


  • ALG ♥ RLHQ 1798 - For Abraham Le Gros and Rachel le Hucquet who married in St Mary on 24 July 1786 [1]

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

Although undoubtedly an important property of historical interest, this farmstead is not quite on a par with The Elms, the description of which has been attached to the Meadowside web page

Old Jersey Houses

Not included

Notes and references

  1. There is no information on Abraham's ancestry and he does not fit into any of our trees. Both he and his wife were from St Mary and he is supposed to have been born in 1740. The couple had one daughter Bethe, in 1788
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