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VICTORIA COLLEGE REGISTERS: 1832-1929 and 1930-1956

Specific Lookups Details:

Format: name, index ref, date of entrance

Further details may include parents name, and pupils (not parents) occupation after leaving school.
 
Note the earlier records give NO date of birth, only date of entrance, but usually give parent's name and often address. The later records (1930-1956) omit this, but always have date of birth. Some late records in the early register overlap in the latter. On calculating date of birth, see index and entry on Mecham.


Interpreting the listing - an illustration

Dupre, EM, 1929. Entrance 1883
Edward Martin, son of E Dupre, ST Peter's. Capt. RJ Militia. Deceased.>
 
The listings give the name, parent, parent's address, then occupation of pupil after leaving college.
So:
If the parent has a prefix, e.g. Dr., this would be son of Dr xxx. etc. or son of Capt. xxx.
Otherwise it refers to the pupil's subsequent history. In this instance,
Edward Dupre became a captain in the Royal Jersey Militia.
 
Deceased, where stated, means that the information filtered back to the register, and that they were known to have died before the publication date (around 1930), not that they necessarily died in the war.
LIST

A'COURT AHIER

BAAL BATEMAN BRETT BRICE BUHTS

CANNING CLARKE CLEMENT COUTANCHE

DE CARTERET DE JERSEY DOREY DOUGLAS-WILLAN DU PRE DUPRE

ESNOUF

FALLA

GABOUREL GERMAIN GRANDIN

HOCQUARD

KIDD

LANGLOIS LARBALESTIER LE BAS LE GEYT

MALLET MALLETT MARETT MECHAM MOSS MORTLOCK

NOEL

ROSS

TOOVEY

TRACHY

WARREN WELSFORD WEST


DOREY

DOREY, T. 734,1861
Thomas. Son of ? Dorey, 31 Portland Place. Denonciateur of the States. Deceased.
 
DOREY, G,2500,1895
George.Son of G Dorey, Les Buttes, St Martins. Left1897
 
DOREY,FR,3280,1915
Francis Robertson, son of FJ Dorey,Norwood Court, St John. l.1917
 
DOREY,TH,3783,1924
Thomas Hnery. Son of FJ Dorey,Norward Ct, St John. l.1927. Is farming.
 
DOREY, TA, 4066,1930
Thomas Alan. b.23.3.21, l.1938. Open Exhibition in Classics,Merton Coll. Oxford. 1st Class Litt. Hum. Oxford. Lecturer and Tutor in Classics, Mona Univ. Jamaica. Lecturer in Classics Sheffield Univ.
 
DOREY,FTC, 5002,1948
Francis Thomas Corbet, b.21.9.34, l.1949

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AHIER

AHIER,JW,422,1857
John Woodford,Son of CR Ahier, 61 St Saviours Rd.
 
AHIER,J,586,1859
John. Son of C Ahier,5 Lempriere St. Br of 630 (?)
 
AHIER,,P,698,1861
Philip, son of G Ahier, St Clements
 
AHIER,W,630,1860
Walter, br of 586. Deceased.
 
AHIER,CW,1169,1869
Charles Wallace. Son of G Ahier, St Malo. Entered Home Civil Service.
 
AHIER,PW,1331,1871
Philip Warren. Son of P Ahier, 6 Grove Place. L.1876. Was French correspondent to a London Firm. Died 1886.
 
AHIER,GdeG,1820,1881
George de Gruchy. Son of J de G Gruchy. Vingtaine du Nord. l. 1882. Commis Greffier 1903. (unusual, father's surname does not match son's)
 
AHIER,PP,2151,1887
Philip Poingdestre. Sib of Mrs Ahier, 3 Edward Place, Parade. l.1889.
 
AHIER,PW,2219,1888
Philip William. Son of P Ahier, La Pre Vallee, Grouville. l.1891
 
AHIER,O,3129,1912
Oswald. Son of GdeG Ahier,Woodville,Le Hocq. l.1913. Entered a Solicitors Office. Address: 1 Plaisance Terrace, St Lukes.
 
AHIER,EA,3431,1919
Eugene Aubin. Son of EE Ahier, Rock View,Pontac. l.1925. Address: Rock View.
 
AHIER,V,3790,1924
Vyvyan. Son of G de G Ahier(OV1820) and Mrs Ahier,1 Plaisance Terrace, St Lukes. b. 15.6.13, l.1930. Licentiate of Chartered Inst. of Secretaries. Youth Employment Officer.
 
AHIER,CA,4720,1944
Cyril Albert. b. 31.5.32. l. 1947
 
AHIER,B,4829,1946
Brian. b.3.8.34. l.1951. Clerk with Pedley and Payne Ltd.
 
AHIER,MF,5061,1949
Malcolm Francis. b.16.4.36, l.1951. Went to HMW Worcester. Midshipman, Afred
Holt, Blue Funnel Line.
 
AHIER,GPM,5154,1950
Goerge Philip Martin. b.11.11.36,l.1953. Apprencice engineer with Vickers
Armstrong.
 
AHIER,JG,5309,1952
John Godfrey. b.7.5.41

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DUPRE or DUPRE

Du Pre, D, 3551, entrance 1920
Derek, son of JW DU Pre, Les Vagues, Roseville St. Left 1928. Entered
Queen's Coll. Oxford
 
Dupre, EM, 1929. Entrance 1883
Edward Martin, son of E Dupre, ST Peter's. Capt. RJ Militia.Deceased.
 
Dupre, GL,2003, Entrance 1884
George Luce, Son of J Dupre, 44 King St. Left 1889
 
Dupre,JW,2253, Entrance 1889
James Wilfred, son of J Dupres, Samares. Br of 2640, left 1891.Manufacturer of Eau de Cologne
 
Dupre,WH,2640,entrance 1899
William Henry, br of 2253, left 1901. Served in Gt War as surgeon-lt,RN
 
Dupre,GL,3014,entrance 1909
George Luce, son of GL Dupre (OV, 2003), Stopford Rd. Left 1911.Sandhurst,RASC
 
Dupre,W de V,3281,entrance 1915
William de Vaumorel. Son of JW Dupre, OV (2253)., Seymour Place, La Roque. L1917
 
Dupre,GK,3889,entrance
Gareth Kirkham, son of H Dupre, The Little White House, La Roque; b. 29.11.16, l.1934. Chartered Accountant ACA. Director Gillette Industrues.
Dupre,JL,3996,entrance1929
John Lionel, b.4.8.18, l 1936. In States Treasury, Chief Cashier
Dupre, JM,4120,entrance1931
John Mainwaring b.15.3.20, l.1938. Son of 3014. Grandson of 2003. Went on "Morning News". Journalist in England
Dupre, WP,4357, entrance 1936
Wyndham Percy b. 6.1.24, l.1940. Went to England. Now in business in Jersey.
Dupre, MJWA,5003,entrance 1948
Michael John Wilfrid Albery b. 14.11.34, l.1950. Son of 3281

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COUTANCHE

COUTANCHE, JA, 1005, entrance 1866
John Arnold, son of J Coutnanche, 53 Colomberie
 
COUTANCHE, P, 1155, entrance 1868
Philip, son of A Coutanche, St Lawrence. Deceased
 
COUTANCHE, PA,1754, entrance 1880
Philip A. son of H Coutanche, 14 Gloucester Street
 
COUTANCHE, FC,1848, entrance 1881
Frederich Charles. Son of C Coutanche, 9 Stopford Rd. Left 1884 and joined
the Jersey Post Office
 
COUTANCHE,WG,2171, entrance 1887
Walter Gruchy. Son of H Coutanche, St Clement. Left 1890. Became a naval
engineer. Served in the Gt War as Eng-Cmdr. RNR on HM Hospital Ship "St
David".
 
COUTANCHE,JFK,2588, entrance 1898
John Keith Finlayson, Son of AA Coutanche, 5 Gordon Pl., St Lukes. Br of
2744. Left 1906. CI Sholar of Pembroke Coll. Oxford. 2nd in Law. Became
Asst. Resisdent Nyassland Service. Served in the Nyassaland VR. Address:
Wistaria Cottage, Shadoxhurst, Ashford, Kent
 
COUTANCHE,AM,2744, entrance 1902
Alexander Moncrieff. Br of 2588. Passed London Matric. Called to English Bar
(Middle Temple) 1915. Served in Gr War as Capt. Claims Division. Was Deputy
for St Helier. HM Solicitor General 1925. Address: Elliston Hse, St Aubin
 
 COUTANCHE,V St J,3145, entrance 1912
Vincent St Jojn. Son of HV, 17 Parade Rd. Left 1917
 
COUTANCHE,M,3549, entrance 1920
Malcolm. Son of PA, 16 Goucester St. Left 1924. : Address: 16 Gloucester St.
 
COUTANCHE, JAG, 4516, entrance 1939
John Alexander Gore, b. 25.5.25. L. 1940. Son of 2744. Went to England.
Brewer (Randalls)
 
COUTANCHE, BJ, 4609, entrance 1941
Brian John, b.1.11.30. left 1946
 
COUTANCHE, HG, 4849, entrance 1946
Henry George, b. 29.11.34. l. 1954. CI Scholar, Exetere College, OXford
(Modern Languages)
 

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BATEMAN

Bateman, L, 722, entrance 1861
Latrove, son of Rev C Bateman, Gorey. Br of 723,975
Bateman, R, 723, entrance 1861
Russell, br of 722,975
Bateman, EF, 975, entrance 1866
br. of 722,723
(no first names given)
Bateman, A, 2508, entrance 1895
Alfred. c/o G Daunt, Caremont House, left 1896

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WEST

West, J, 1210, entrance 1869
John, son of J West, Plaisance Terrace
West, AE, 1775, entrance 1880
Algernon Edward, son of CHS West, Burleigh House
West, FE, 2673, entrance 1900
Francis Edward, son of EE West, left 1902
West, LA, 3721, entrance 1922
Leonard Arnold, son of G West, Alexandria Egeypt. Left 1926, went to Alexandria, address 35 rue Hermpolis, Alexandria Egypt.

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WARREN

Entrances 3rd Term 1858
Warren, P, 494 (Pelham Laird). Son of Admiral Warren, Beauvoir. Brother of 495.Student interpreter in China 1867. Vice Consul Pagoda Island 1883. Consul Tarivan 1886, Hankow 1893 and Consul General Shanghai 1901. CMG 1901 and GCMG 1902
 
Warren, R, 495 (Richard, brother of 494)
Entrances 3rd Term 1932
 
Warren, A.R. (Arthur Roy) b. 23.1.21, l.1936. Newsagent.

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LE GEYT

Le Geyt, D, 620, Entrance 1st Term 1860
Daniel. Son of D Le Geyt, St Saviours. Deceased.
Le Geyt, DE, 1954, 2nd Term 1883
Daniel Edward, Ward of T Gaudin, La Maitrerie, St Martins. Wnt to London Hospital. MRCS. LRCP. Res. Surgeon Birmingham Infirmary. Surgeon, HM Telegraph Ship "Monarch". Is in practice in St Helier. Address 1 Queen's Road.
Le Geyt, AH, 3168, 3rd Term 1912
Ashley Hubert. Son of Dr DE Le Geyt (OV). Brother pf 3256 3383 3707 3903. Gained Class Medal. Left 1921. CI Scholar, Pembroke Coll. Oxford. 3rd Class Mods, 3rd Lit. Hum. Junior Admin Officer in Tanganyika Territory. Address: secretariate, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, E Africa
 
Le Geyt, EG, 3256, 2nd Term 1914
Edward Gerard. Left 1922. Passed special exam for entrance to navy. Sub-Lt 1927. Address 1 Queen's Road.
Le Geyt, GJ, 3383, 2nd Term 1918
George Janvrin. Left 1922. Address 1 Queen's Road
Le Geyt, JA, 3707, 3rd Term 1922
John Avis. , b. 16.6.12, l. 1930. Eng Cadet RN. Commander in 1954
Le Geyt, AJ, 3903, 3rd Term 1926
Anthony James, b. 17.9.14. l. 1932. Barclays Bank
Le Geyt, BP, 4952, 3rd Term 1947
Brian Philip.b .21.11.35, l. 1955 CI Scholar, Pembroke Colleg Oxford, English

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CLEMENT

Clement, P, 1138, 1868
Phillip, brother of 1144 (?)
Clement, J, 1144, 1868
John, son of J. Clement, St. Lawrence
Clement, JH, 1230, 1870
Son of P. Clement, St. Lawrence
Clement, HW, 2954, 1907
Harry Wells, son of JH Clement (OV 1144), Burges, Newfoundland. Left 1911

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GERMAIN

Germain, GW 4015, 1929
George William, son of JP Germain, 43 Roseville Street; b. 31.7.18, l. 1934. Brother of 4227. In the family tobacco business.
Germain, AD, 4227, 1933
Arthur Donald, b. 26.4.22, l 1938. Brother of 4015. In the family tobacco business.

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FALLA

Falla, EJ,231, 1855
Elias John, son of Mrs Falla, 15 Union Street
Falla, W, 1265, 1870
Walter, son of J Falla, St Johnís. Brother of 1336. Left 1875. Went to Univ. College London. LRCP, MRCS Surgeon to P&O Sn Co. Later practised in Jersey. Lt-Col and PMO, RMIJ. Deceased.
Falla, J, 1336, 1871
James. Brother of 1265, deceased.
Falla, CC, 3263, 1915
Colin Cave, son of Dr W Falla (OV 1265), Adelaide Lodge. Left 1922.
Falla, LRO, 4106, 1931
Leslie Robert Orange, b.22.10.19, l1936; 2nd Lt Jersey Miltia, Major
Falla, HPL, 4519, 1939
Henry Peter Laurens, b.21.2.25, l.1943. Brother of 4569. Went to Kingís College, London and Westminster Hospital. MB, BS (Lond), MRCS (Eng), LRCP(Lond). Medical practitioner.
Falla, RJL, 4569, 1940
Richard John Laurens, b. 4.3.26, l 1944. Brother of 4519

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DE JERSEY

De Jersey, S, 0940, 1865
Samuel, son of H de Jersey, Chevalier Road. Gained French Gold Medal
De Jersey, W, 1632, 1877
Walter, son of H de Jersey, Samares Lane. Farmed at Mon Plaisir, Samares. Died 1906 at Kelwood in Canada.

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BRICE

BRICE, A, 607,1859
Alfred, son of Mrs Brice,19 St John's Roda. Brother of 608.
BRICE, H, 608,1859
Henry, brother of 607
BRICE, H, 805,1862
Henry, brother of 607,608

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TRACHY

TRACY, GA, 559, 1859
George Alphonse, son of G Trachy, Millbrook House, St Aubin's Road.

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NOEL

Noel, G, 354, 1856
George, c/o A Ennis, 20 Charing Cross
Noel, P, 960,1865
Philip, son of B Noel, St Lukeís Place
Noel, P, 1034,1867
Philip, son of G Noel, 20 Charing Cross
Noel, A, 1348,1871
Alfred, son of J Noel, Mont St Clair
Noel, CC, 2446,1894
[No first names listed]. Son of C Noel, 8 King Street. Brother of 2455. Left 1897. Served as Q-Sgt, RJ Artillery. Address: 8 King Street.
Noel, A, 2455,1894
Arthur, brother of 2446,3735. Left 1898
Noel, LM, 2735,1902
Lionel Maurice. Brother of 2446,2455
Noel, EFH, 3072,1910
Edward Francis Hamlyn. Son of HH Noel, the Bungalow, Greve díAzette. Left 1911. Entered Indian Army. Captain 3/8th Punjab Rgt. Address: Lloyds Bank, Bombay.

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MARETT

Marret, C,626,1860
Charles, son of Rev C Marett (Rector of St Clements), Brother of 627. Deceased.
Marret, W,627,1860
William, brother of 626, deceased.
Marret, JA,1481,1874
John A. Son of JP Marett, Maison de Haut, St. Saviours. Deceased.
Marret, WT, 1593,1876
Walter T. Brother of 1481,1776. A well-known rifel shot. Address: Richlieu, Bagot.
Marret, EG, 1776,1880
Edward George. Brother of 1481,1593
Marret, RR, 1812,1881
Robert Ranulf. Son of Sir RP Marret, Bailiff of Jersey. Gained Class. Medal, left 1884. Open Exhibitioner of Bailliol Coll. Oxford; 1st Class. Mods. 1st Lit. Hum. Chancellorís Prize for Latin Verse. Hon. Mention for Hertford Scholarshop. Prox. Acc. Chancellorís English Essay. Green Prize. Fellow of Exeter College. D.Sc. (Oxford) 1913. Reader in Authropology. Address: La Haule Manor. Rector of Exter College; Author of several scientific works.
Marret, EP, 1897,1882
Elie Philip. Son of Mrs Marett, 3 Clarendon Terrace. Went to Edinburgh and St Thomasí Hospital. LRCP, LRCS, LFPS, LSA. Practised in Jersey. Capt. R.A.M.C. Living at Avranche Manor, St. Lawrence.
Marret, PJ, 2456,1894
Philip Janvrin. Son of Col. JR Marett, Fonthill. Brother of 2544. Gained French Medal. Left 1897. Gained Entrance Scholarship at Westmister Hospital. Was in S. Africa during the war. MRCS, LRCP. Joined the R.A.M.C. in 1905, becoming Capt. In 1909, and Lt-Col. During the Great War. M.O.H. States of Jersey. Address, 4 Claremont Terrace.
Marret, FD, 2524,1895
Frederick Dumaresq, Brother of 2476. Left 1899. Went to Canada. Served in the Great War asSec-Lt. A.O.D.
Marret, PLP, 3515,1920
Philip Lee Prangley. Son of Maj. PJ Marett (OC 2456). Swissville Beach Road. Brother of 3759. Left 1924. Passed into R.A.F. Coll. Cranwell. Flying Officer.
Marret, RRF, 3759,1923
Rupert Richard Figis. Brother of 3515. B. 26.2.13. l 1931. Entered Sandhurst.

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BAAL

Baal, LH,3388,1918
Leslie Herbert, son of HJ Baal, Cheapside. Left 1921
Baal, KA,3453,1919
Keith Alfred, brother of 3388, left 1925. Went to Canada
Baal,JA,4758,1945
John Aubin. born 4.6.32, left 1949
Baal, JS,5159,1950
John Stawyer. born 11.11.36, left 1951

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LARBALESTIER

In the listings of assistant masters, under Robert Chambers (Headmaster 1881-1892), there is a TC Larbalestier, who joined the school in 1890. There is no other information about him  
 
Larbalestier, CT, 0612,1859
Charles Thomas, son of Capt .Larbalestier, 1 Lempriere Street. Brother of 750. Lleft 1864. Deceased.
Larbalestier, G, 0750, 1861
George Quesnel. Brother of 612. Left 1867. Solicitor in Jersey. Contable of Trinity 1884-1887. States Auditor 1887-1905. Legal Auditor 1905. Clerk of Insolvency Court. Lived at Walmer House, St Aubinís Road. Address: 4 Victoria Crescent.
Larbalestier, PH, 0995, 1866
Philip Henry. Son of PC Larbalestier, Millbrook. Brother of 1238
Larbalestier, F, 1238, 1870
Brother of 995
Larbalestier, P, 2544, 1896
Philip. Son of PH Larbalestier, Charing Cross. Brother of 2734, 2791. Left 1901. Served as L/Cpl. R.M.I.J.
Larbalestier, GC, 2545, 1896
George Charles. Son of GQ Larbalestier, díHautree, St Saviours. Left 1899
Larbalestier, CM, 2697, 1901
Cecil Morris. Son of PH Larbalestier (OV 995) Charing Cross. Left 1902. Served in the Great War in the Canadian F.A.
Larbalestier, CH, 2734, 1902
Charles Henry. Brother of 2544, 2791. Left 1905. Served in the Great War as Br. Canadian F.A. Is in business in St Helier.
Larbalestier, B, 2791, 1903
Bernard. Brother of 2544,2734. Left 1908. Went out to Canada. In the Great War he was Cpl. Canadian F.A. and died of wounds received in action in 1916.
Larbalestier, E, 2934, 1906
Eric. Brother of 2544,2734,2791. Left 1909.
Larbalestier, M, 3025, 1909.
Morris. Son of Mrs Larbalestier, 2 Charing Cross. Left 1910. Served as Gunner in the Canadian F.A.
Larbalestier, PA, 3899, 1926
Philip Allen b. 28.7.14, l. 1931. Brother of 3937, 4073. Aircraft Apprentice at Halton; Chemist-optician. Son of P Larbalestier, 5 Lucknow Place, Beach Road. Brother of 3937.
Larbalestier, BH, 3937, 1927
Bernard Hugh b. 14.5.16, l.1932. Went to London School of Pharmacy. Accidentally drowned while escaping from the Island during the German Occupation. Brother of 3899, 4073
Larbalestier, JH, 4073, 1930
John Henry b. 17.7.20, l 1936. Brother of 3899,3937. Accidentally drowned while escaping from the Island during the German Occupation.
Larbalestier, PS, 4877, 1946
Peter Sydney b.26.5.33, l 1950
Larbalestier, BE, 5022, 1948
Brian Edward b. 30.11.35, l 1951. HMS Worcester, Merchant Navy, Ellerman Line
Larbalestier, IJ, 5535, 1955
Ian Jack b. 11.3.43

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BRETT

Brett, AC, 0042,1852
Alfred Corbyn, son of Dr F Brettt, 2 Clarence Villas. Gained the Mathematical Modern Languages and Halford Medals. East India Writership 1859. Bengal Revenue and Judicial Dept. Magistrate and Deputy Collector 1874. District and Session Judge 1878. Retired 1894.
Brett, ?, 0150,1853
Brother of 42.

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CANNING

Canning, PWG,0314,1856
Philip WG. Son of P Canning, 8 Cattle Street. Brother of 700,755,1035
Canning, D,0700,1850
David. Brother of 314,755,1035
Canning, J,0755,1850
John. Brother of 314,700,1035
Canning, W,1035,1856
William. Brother of 314,700,755

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CLARKE

Clarke, F,1613,1876
Frederick C.P. Son of F. Clarke, 11 Victoria St. Address: Runnymede, Roseville St.
Clarke, FPW, 4728, 1944
Frederick Phillip Webber,. b. 29.4.33. l. 1949. Brother of 4845,5083
Clarke, AGW, 4845, 1946
Anthony Gabriel Webber. b. 25.8.35. l. 1951. Brother of 4728,5083
Clarke, RJ, 4846, 1946
Rodney James. b 18.12.33 l. 1952. Went to Sandhurst.
Clarke, EJ, 5063, , 1949
Eric John. B 22.1.33 l 1950
Clarke, JS, 5383, 1953
John Senior. B 3.6.41

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LE BAS

Le Bas, D, 0222, 1855
Dumaresq. Son of F. Le Bas, Sand Street. Brother of 233,234. Went to Monte Video. Died in London 1886.
Le Bas, John, 0233,1855
John; brother of 222 and 234. Deceased.
Le Bas, James, 0234, 1855
James. Brother of 222 and 233. Deceased.
Le Bas, U, 1614, 1876
Urban, son of T Le Bas, Samares Lane.
Le Bas, D, 2233, 1889
Dumaresq. Son of D Le Bas (OV 222). Left 1896. Went to Monte Video, and then St Maryís Hospital. M.R.C.S, L.R.C.P. Joined R.A.M.C but resigned 1906. In practice Paddington. In the war he served as Lieut. R.A.M.C. and was mentioned in despatches. Flight. Lieut. R.A.F.M.S.
Le Bas, SG, 3735, 1923
Stanley Gervaise. Son of H.M. Le Bas, 108 Great Union Road. Left 1927. Is with the Jersey Gas. Co. Address 108 Great Union Road.
Le Bas, W du H, 3830, 1925
Wilfred du Heaume. Son of FJM Le Bas, Homewood, St Brelade. Brother of 3900. Left 1929. Address: Homewood.
Le Bas, H du H, 3900, 1926
Herbert du Heaume, b. 7.10.14, left 1933. Bronze Medal, Jersey Humane Society. brother of 3830
Le Bas, AW, 4021, 1929
Alan Wilkinson, b. 8.3.18, l 1935. Went to Westminster Bank.. Son of HM Le Bas, 108 Great Union Road.
Le Bas, GR, 4074, 1930
George Renouf, b. 15.10.18, l 1932
Le Bas, RS, 5406, 1953
Royston Stanley, b. 14.3.42
Le Bas, JA, 5611, 1956
Jacques Alan, b 1.5.44

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ESNOUF

Esnouf, F, 0252, 1855
Francis, son of F Esnouf, 10 Don Road, brother of 924,992. Left 1864.
Esnouf, EM, 0327, 1856
Edward Mauger. Son of E Esnouf, Esplanade.
Esnouf, P, 0924, 1865
Philip, borther of 252,992. Died 1887.
Esnouf, G, 0992, 1866
George, brother of 252,924. Drowned in Canada 1874.
Esnouf, PP, 2362, 1892
Percival Philip. Son of P Esnouf (OV 924) Left 1893. Clerk in Jersey Commercial Bank. Col-Sgt. R.J. Militia. Address: 3 Sydenham Villas, Janvrin Road.
Esnouf, CE, 3056, 1909
Cecil Ernest. Son of E Esnouf, 5 St Markís Road. Gained de Quetteville and French Medals. Left 1916. CI Scholar, Exeter Coll. Oxford. 2nd Maths Mods. Took a commission in R.F.A. in the war. Assistant Master, Rossall School. Capt. O.T.C. Address: Rossal School, Fleetwood.
Esnouf, HP, 3553, 1920
Harold Percival. Son of PP Esnouf (OV 2362), 2 Croydon Villas Colomberie. Brother of 3554. Left 1926. Address: 126 Shirley Road, Southampton.
Esnouf, DF, 3554, 1920
Donald Frederick. Brother of 3553. Left 1927. Is in a merchantís office. Address: 104 Edith Road, W. Kensington, W.14.

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LANGLOIS

Langlois, F, 0145,1853
Francis, son of Mrs Langlois, 21 La Motte Street
Langlois, H, 0606,1859
Helier. Son of Capt. Lalglois, Aubin Place, Plaisance
Langlois, CA, 0619, 1860
Charles Alfred, son of F Langlois, 22 La Motte Street, brother of 145 (?)
Langlois, P, 2722,1902
Philip. Son of PC Langlois, Newbury, St Aubins. Brother of 2757. Left 1903. Entered the Marchant Service. Accidentally killed on SS Martagan at Buenos Aires, Jan 1910
Langlois, H, 2757, 1903
Helier. Brother of 2722. Left 1905. Died at Khartoum, 1914.
Langlois, RC, 5066, 1949
Reginald Charles, b. 24.1.36, l 1951
Langlois, PE, 5344, 1952
Peter Edward, b. 11.11.39, l 1955

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BUHTS

Buhts, HA, 4005, entrance third term 1929
Herbert Alfred (son of H.W. Buhts, Roslyn, Gorey Village). Born 22.7.18,
left 1935. Went to Bois and Bois, Solicotors, Joined RAF, died in Japanese
Prison Camp, 1945

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GRANDIN

Grandin, FP (should be FO), 199,1854
Francis O. Son of Mrs Grandin, Pier Road
Grandin,J,788,1861
John. Son of F. Grandin, 27 Commercial Buildings
Grandin,P,1198, 1869
Philip. Son of J. Gramdin, Hureaux, St. Ouen's. Brother of 1264
Grandin,C,1264, 1870
Charles. Brother of 1198
Grandin,RJ,2743,1902
Richard John. Son of JE Grasndin. Lef 1907. Went to the "Conway" and then to the Lycee, St Brieuc. Was Capt. RJ Militia. In the Great War he joined the R.A.S.C. being Capt in 1915. He served 15 months in Egypt, then transferred to the R.F.C. training at Oxford. He was killed in France when a Flight Cmdr. in May 1917.

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ROSS

 
ROSS, G, 365, 1856
George, son of A Ross, 3 Hautbois, St Aubins Rd
ROSS, EA, 585, 1859
Edward Amaury, Bro of 365(?). Gained Galford and Mod. Lang. Medals.
ROSS, WWG, 2129, 1886
William Walker Gibson. Son of W Ross, Claremont. Bro of 2130. Left 1888.
ROSS, RCR,. 2130, 1886
Reginald Carew Ross. Bro of 2139. Lefy 1888.
ROSS, FGC, 2142, 1886
Fleetwood George Campbell. Son of Col GC Ross, Bayfoeld, Hedley, Hants. Left 1887. Entered the Army (Wilts. Rgt.) through the Militia. Joined ICS 1892. Major 2nd Gurhas. Served in the Relief of Peking 1900, and the Tibet Expedition 1903, being mentioned in despatches. He went to France with the Indian Expeditionary Force, and was killed in action at Neuve Chapelle, Nov 1914.
ROSS, WA 2400, 1893
Son of Mrs Ross, 2 Melrose Place. Bro of 2401
ROSS, HH, 2401, 1893
Bro of 2400
ROSS, H, 2497, 1895
Henry James Davidson. Son of J Ross, Tiptree House, Grouville. Left 1896. Became a journalist. With Jersey Evening Post from 1904. Served in the Great War as Sgt. R. Irish Rifles. Address, 21 Star Hill, Rochester, Kent.

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HOCQUARD

 
HOCQUARD, JE,2364,1892
John Edward. Son of Mrs Hoquard, 8 Parade Rd. Bro of 2380, 2531. Address: Lynton, St Johnís Rd
HOCQUARD, S, 2380, 1892
Stanley. Bro of 2364, 2531. Left 1896. Address: 3 Windsor Crescent.
HOCQUARD, PH, 2531, 1896
Philip Hacquoil. Bro of 2364, 2380. Left 1902. Entered the Cape Civil Service. Passed CCS Law Exam. Employed in the Colonial Secretaryís Office
HOCQUARD, JH, 3434, 1919
John Hacquoil. Son of JE Hocquard, Lynton, St Johnís Rd. Bro of 3435. Left 1925. Re-entered 1926, left 1926. Passed into Sandhurst. Gazetted to Lincolnshire Rgt. Address: Lynton.
HOCQUARD, RM not AM, 3435, 1919
Raymond Mauger, Bro of 3434. Left 1924. Died 1925.
HOCQUARD, CG, 4285, 1934
Clarence George, b. 4.5.22, left 1937. Went to Elizabeth College, Guernsey.
HOCQUARD, AJ, 5461, 1954
Alan John, b. 3.10.42. Son of 4285. Bro of 5461
HOCQUARD, IR, 5604,1956
Ian Richard. B. 6.4.44. Son of 4285. Bro of 5461.

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GABOUREL

Gabourel, JC, 2257, Entrances Third Term 1889
John Collington. c/o Mrs Dustan, 4 St Mark's Road, St Helier. Entered the Army (Gloucester Rgt) through the Militia. Served in the S. African War.

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MOSS

Moss, T, 838,1863
Thomas, Son of T Moss, 22 Regent Road
Moss, E de V,3037,1909
Eric de Vere. Son of FJ Moss. Brother of 3038,3089,3186. Left 1914. Entered Sandhurst and the Army (Dorset Regt). Went out at once to France. Transferred at once to I.A., 1916, in which he was Staff Captain 112th Infrantry in 1919, and a/Bde. Major in the Afgan War and Frontier Operations in 1920. Address: I.C.S., Sultanput, Oudh, N. India.
Moss, CH de V,3038,1909
Charles Henry de Vere. Brother of 3037,3089,3186. Left 1909. Re-entered 1910. Left 1916. Entered the I.A. Lt. 53rd Sikhs F.F. Captain 1921. Serving with the Imperial Police Service (probation). Address: India Police, Bombay.
Moss, HM de V,3089,1910
Harry Marlbourough de Vere. Brother of 3037,3038,3186. Left 1918. Passed the Army Entrance Exam. Entered the I.A. Capt and Qr. Mr. 12th F.F. Regt. Address: Gyantse, Tibet
Moss, GC de V,3186,1913
Gerald Compton de Vere. Brother of 3037,3038,3089. Left 1921. Passed the Army Entrance Exam and entered the I.A. Lt. and Qr.Mr. Bombay Grenardiers. Address: Pishin, Baluchistan.
Moss, KL, 5620,1956
Kenneth Lelsie. b. 21.11.44 

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MALLET

Mallet, GW, 811 , 1862
George Walter, son of G. Mallet, Gorey
Mallet, CJ , 1787 , 1880 (in Index wrongly as Mallett, not Mallet)
Clement J. Son of C Mallet, 6 Cheapside.
Mallet, CJ , 2063 , 1885 (in Index wrongly as Mallett, not Mallet)
Clement John. Son of Mrs Mallet, 6 Cheapside. Left 1886. Address: 6 Cheapside.
Mallet, AJ , 2863 , 1905 (in Index wrongly as Mallett, not Mallet)
Adolphus John. Son of A Mallet, Seymour Lodge, Gorey. Left 1912. Became a farmer. Served in Great War as Sick Berth Attendant, Naval Hospital, Gosport. Address: 15 Osborne Road, Birkenhead.
Mallet, AA , 3401 , 1918
Arthur Anley. Son of WJ Mallet, Sandgate, First Tower. Left 1924. Address:Sandgate.
Mallet, AS , 3439 , 1919
Arthur Stewart. Son of CJ Mallet, 6 Cheapside. Left 1922. Became a dentist.

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MALLETT

Mallett, A, 177 , 1854
Alfred. Son of Rev. R Mallett, St Mannelier. Brother of 198,482. Deceased.
Mallett, SE , 198 , 1854
Stanlet E. Brother of 177,482. Deceased.
Mallett, F , 482 , 1858
Frederick. Brother of 177,198. Emigrated to Aukland, N.Z.
Mallett, WA , 2478 , 1894
W.A. , son of J Mallett, 20 Broad Street,. Left 1897.

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KIDD

KIDD, W.R., 2951,Entrances 2nd Term 1907
William Ruddock. Son of W.C. Kidd, Lucknow. Left 1911. C.I. Exhibitioner Pembroke Coll. Oxford. 3rd Nat. Science. In the Great War he was Lt.R. Dublin Fus. and gained the M.C.; present: Capt., District Commissioner, Kenya.

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TOOVEY

TOOVEY EVH, 2981,Entrance 1st Term 1908
Ernest V. Hamilton. Son of E.H. Toovey, The Parade. Brother of 2892,3009,3157. Left 1909. Went to Canada, In the war he enlisted in the 5th
R. Highlanders of Canada. Later he became Lt. in the H.L.I. and was twice wounded.
TOOVEY K St CH, 2982,Entrance 1st Term,1908
Kennedy St Clair Hamilton. Brother of 2981,3009,3157. Left 1912. Went to Canada. In the War he joined the Canadian A.M.C and served with them in France till 1917. He was then commissioned in the K.O.R. Lancaster Rgt., and after the third battle of Ypres was mentioned in Brigade Orders. He was taken prisoner in a surprise night attack in Dec 1917 and died at Franfort-on-Main as a prisoner of war in Oct 1918.
TOOVEY H, 3009, Entrance 3rd Term 1908
Hamilton. Brother of 2981,2982,3157. Left 1914. Entered an office in London. In the war he was Lt. 5th R. Irish Lancers and was wounded.
TOOVEY H H, 3157, Entrance 2nd Term 1912
Henry Hamilton. Brother of 2981,2982,3009. Left 1915. Served in the R.A.M.C.

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DOUGLAS-WILLAN

Douglas-Willan, H.P., 827, entrance 2nd term 1863
Henry Percy. Son of J.C. Douglas-Willan. Left 1866. Entered the army (4th HUssars). Transferred to K. Dragoon Guards 1879. Served in Zulu and Boer Wars. Retired 1899. C.B. 1902. Asst. Director of Remounts, Sn. Command 1905. Lived at Andover. Died 1912.
Douglas-Willan, J, 895, entrance 3rd term 1864
John. Son of J. Douglas-Willan, 3 Windsor Crescent. Brother of 827.

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MORTLOCK

Mortlock, J, 600, entrances 4th term 1859
Joseph, Son of ? Mortlock, Tranquille House, St Saviour's Road

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A'COURT

A'Court, MV,4719,entrance 1944
Michael Victor, born 18.06.1933, left 1951 With E.M.I.; R.A.F. Commission in Technical Signals Branch. Pilot Officer.
A'Court, A.J.,5225
Arthur John, born 12.01.1940

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WELSFORD

WELSFORD, J.W.W., 1522, Entrance 3rd Term 1874
Joseph William Wilson. Son of J. Welsford, Alphington House. Brother of 1523,1560. Gained Math. Medal. Scolar Cauis Coll. Cambridge. Seventh Wrangler and Fellow of Caius. Master at Harron 1880. Died 1909. Author of many essays on historical and fiscal subjects
WELSFORD, G.F., 1523, Entrance 3rd Term 1874
George Frederick. Brother of 1522,1560. Went to Caius Coll. Camb. and St Thomas' Hospital. B.A.,M.B.,M.R.C.S. Practised at Wookstock and afterwards at Tiverton.
WELSFORD, A,G., Entrance 2nd Term 1875
Arthur Gerald. Brother of 1522,1523. Left 1876. Went to Dover Coll. and Caius Coll. Camb. 1st Nat. Sci. Tripos. M.S., F.R.C.S. Practised in Dover and afterwards Rome. Served in S. African War as Capt. in Rhodesian Field Force. Was P.M.I. Beira Ry. Hospital.

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DE CARTERET

de Carteret, E, 45, 1852
Elias, Son of E de Carteret, St Lawrence
de Carteret, W, 77, 1852
William, son of Lt.Col. de Carteret, 13, The Terrace
de Carteret, J., 283, 1855
Joseph, Brother of 282
de Carteret, P, 282, 1855
Philip. Son of E de Carteret, Joint Stock Bank. Brother of 283 and 45(?)
de Carteret, RT, 1087, 1868
Reginald Thomas. Son of PJ de Carteret, Stopford Rd. Went to London College of Divinity. Ordained. Curate of Heston. Civil Chaplain of Port Louis, Mauritius, and Acting C.F. Mauritiud. After 1891 lived at Neuilly, Paris. Brother of 1214, 1903.
de Carteret, A, 1214, 1869
Augustus. Brother of 1087, 1903.
de Carteret, C, 1715, 1879
Charles E.M. Son of Col E de Carteret, 2 Tynemouth Terrace. Went to Westminster and Oxford Military Coll. Entered Sandhurst and the Army (Inniskilling Dragoons). Served in S Africa. Called to English (Inner Temple) and Jersey Bars. In practice as a barrister in Jersey. HM Solicitor General 1815. HM Attorney-General 1925. Address, Royal Square.
de Carteret, AC, 1903, 1882
Aubrey Carteret. Brother of 1087,1214. Entered the army (3rd Dragoon Guards) through the militia. Served in S African War in New Zealand Rifles and Imperial Yeomanry. Present at Zand River, Diamond Hill, and operations in Transvaal and O.R.C. In the Great War was Capt (R of O) Third Dragoon Guards.
de Carteret, HJT, 2264, 1889
Hugh John Tennyson. Son of JF de Carteret, Oaklands, St :Lawrence. Left 1896. Entered the army (R.Lancaster Rgt.) through the militia. Later served with the King's African Rifles. Capt. He was taken prisoner early in the Great War. Address, The Bungalow, Mont Cochon.
Malet de Carteret, G, 3169, 1912
Guy. Son of R.M. de Carteret, St Ouen's Manor. Left 1921. CI Scholar, Exeter Coll. Oxford. BA. Shot for Oxford Univ. Assistant Master at Malvern. Address, St Ouen's Manor.

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