Rockmount Farm

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Rockmount Farm, Trinity


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Property name

Rockmount Farm


Charrieres du Boulay, Trinity

Type of property

19th century country house


No recent transactions

Families associated with the property


  • MLF ♥ MCB 1708 - For Le Feuvre and Cabot [1]
  • 18 CNC ♥ EHM 04 - For Charles Nicolle and Esther Hamon, married in St Saviour in 1791 [2]
  • 1870 - No initials

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

This refronted 19th century house retains its proportions and character with some historic features internally and externally.

The historic farm group includes pigsties and an unusual and notable tower.

Two-storey five bay house with single-storey wing and garage to west. Detached tower to east adjacent to pigsties.

Notes and references

  1. If these initials have been correctly read the attribution to Le Feuvre and Cabot is probably right, but there is no marriage on record at this time for Le Feuvre and Cabot and the couple do not appear in any of our family trees. The page in the datestone register on which an image of the stone should be found cannot be opened
  2. Our trees for the Trinity Nicolle family in the late 18th century are subject to review and we have not yet been able to place this couple with any degree of certainty
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