Historic Jersey buildings
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Old Stable Cottage
Route de Trodez, St Ouen
Type of property
Large 19th century farm
No recent transactions
Families associated with the property
- Vibert: The 1901 census shows farmer John Vibert (1830- ) living here with his wife Eliza, nee Sauvage (1839- ) and their children Laura (1869- ), James (1873- ), Anna (1879- ) and Ernest (1883- )
In 1941 John and Eliza's eldest son John Frederick (1863- ), his wife Alice Harriet, née Le Feuvre (1866- ), their son John Stanley (1902- ) and his wife Olive Lilian, née Romeril (1908- ) and their son John Cecil were living here.
- JVB 1892 - For John Vibert (1830- )
Historic Environment Record entry
A large farm group which includes a good example of a mid-late 19th century farmhouse, which retains its exterior character and features, with some fine stable/outbuildings. Main house built circa 1840. West L-shaped stable/outbuildings circa 1892. Possibly earlier house (now rear wing) with mid-18th century origins. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795.