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  • 1 Jean Alexandre (1470- ) of Ville à L`Evêque, Trinity, living 1523 [1] m unknown, died by 1523
    • 2 Regnauld Alexandre [2] (1500- ) Fouageur of Trinity, 1535 m unknown ?Le Boutillier [3]
      • 3 Jean Alexandre (1530- ) [4]
      • 3 Richard Alexandre (1530- ) [5] m Perronelle Bisson d of Pierre of Trinity [6]
        • 4 Jean Alexandre [7] (1560- ) of Rondin [8] m 1 Marie Carrel; 2 Elizabeth Benest d of Thomas and of Collette Bisson [9]
          • 5 Thomasse Alexandre (1595?-1650) [10] m Jean Cabot
          • 5 Timothé Alexandre (1600-1671) [11] m Elizabeth de Gruchy d of Abraham and of Elizabeth Maret
            • 6 Marie Alexandre (1643- )
            • 6 Elie Alexandre (1646-1684) [12] m Susanne Messervy d of Josué and of Elizabeth Deslandes
              • 7 Jean Alexandre (?1668- ) of Rondin[13] m (1706, Tr) Marie Mollet
                • 8 Philippe Alexandre (1708-1726)
                • 8 Marie Alexandre (1710-1710)
                • 8 Susanne Alexandre (1710-1745) m (1732, St H) Jean Le Mercier [14]
                • 8 Marie Alexandre (1719- )
              • 7 Philippe Alexandre (?1670-1727) [15] m (1691, St L) Marie Le Breton
                • 8 Philippe Alexandre junr. (1692- ) of Rozel, Trinity [16] m 1 (1715, Tr) Marie Sterk, of St Martin (died 1727); 2 (1729, St H) Marie Mollet
                  • 9 Jean Alexandre (1716- ) died by 1740, but probably in infancy
                  • 9 Philippe Alexandre (1719-1720?) [17]
                  • 9 Thomas Alexandre (1722- )
                • by the 2nd wife of Philippe Alexandre, Marie Mollet
                  • 9 Marie Alexandre (1730- ) m (1756, St H) Thomas Romeril of Trinity
                  • 9 Susanne Alexandre (1735- )
                  • 9 Jean Alexandre (1740- ) [18] m (1763, Tr) Elizabeth Grandin ( -1823), sister of Amice
                    • 10 Marie Alexandre (1766- ) m (1793, St S) Jean Le Bas of St Peter
                    • 10 Elizabeth Alexandre (1769- ) m (1794, St S) James Vibert of St Ouen
                    • 10 Josué Alexandre (16/01/1772- ) m (17/06/1789, Tr) Elizabeth de la Haye of Trinity
                      • 11 Jean Alexandre (1790-1793)
                      • 11 Josué Alexandre (1793- )
                    • 10 Susanne Alexandre (1774- ) m (1798, Tr) Charles Marion, "étranger" [19]
                    • 10 Jeanne Alexandre (1777-1783)
                    • 10 Anne Alexandre ( -1803) m (1791, St S) William Bradshaw
              • 7 Susanne Alexandre (1671- ) m (1706, Tr) Michel Vaudin
              • 7 Jeanne Alexandre (1673- )
              • 7 Elie Alexandre (1676- ) m (1701, St L) Elizabeth de Ste Croix, of St Laurence
                • 8 Elizabeth Alexandre, died without issue by 1744
              • 7 Thomas Alexandre (1683-1752) Settled in St Helier m (1713, Tr) Marie Le Riche
                • 8 Thomas Alexandre (1714-1719)
                • 8 Philippe Alexandre (1716-1720)
                • 8 Marie Alexandre (1718- )
                • 8 Jean George Alexandre (1721- )
                • 8 Anne Alexandre (1723- ) m (1748, Tr) Jean Hubert of Trinity
          • 5 Marie Alexandre (1603?- ) m (1629, Tr) Thomas Godel
          • 5 Philippe Alexandre (1605?- ) [20]
          • 5 Richard Alexandre (1608?- )
          • 5 Elizabeth Alexandre, living 1647
        • 4 Marie Alexandre ( -1613) m Nicolas Gruchy
        • 4 Daughter Alexandre m Jean Le Gros
        • 4 Daughter Alexandre [21] m Edouard Picot s of Jean
      • 3 Leonard Alexandre (1530- ) Probable son [22] m Jeanne unknown
      • 3 Servais Alexandre (1533- ) Probable son, see Descendants of Leonard Alexandre

Notes and references

  1. Roll of the Treasury, Trinity, regarding his late wife`s grave
  2. Probable son, if only by reason of his being the only known bearer of the surname in Trinity in his generation. The Chantry Certificate of 1550, mentions him as having bought 3 cabots of wheat for an "Obitt" due by Jehan Alexandre
  3. Perhaps a relative of Leonard Romeril of La Fontaine, Trinity, whose wife was the daughter of Jean Le Boutillier and sister of Philippe Le Boutillier: see actions before the Cour d`Héritage in 1539 (against Leonard Romeril, in right of his wife) and in 1547 (one of the parties being Jean Romeril, probably Leonard`s son of this name, an advocate)
  4. "Jean Alexandre fils Regnauld"--Cour d`Héritage 1585, henceforth written "C.H." He was probably of Ville à L`Evêque, Trinity
  5. "Richard Alexandre fils Regnauld" in a sale to Jean Le Boutillier senr. fils Philippe--Registre Public 2/132 (1607), henceforth written "R.P." He lived in Rondin, Trinity, on or by the Fief de Diélament--C.H. 1580. He was still alive in 1613
  6. R.P.4/100
  7. R.P. 8/289 (1629): Sale by "Jean Alexandre fils Richard" to his elder son, Timothé of his house and land, Fief de Diélament. This property, now rebuilt, is situated to the west of La Rue de La Fallaise and north of the junction between La Rue ès Picots and La Profonde Rue, in Rondin, Trinity
  8. Extrait du Registre de la Paroisse de la Trinité, 1613 "Ceux [qui ont prit la Ste] Cene: "Rondin: Jean Alisandre, sa femme et sa mère"
  9. R.P.11/14 (1636)
  10. Thomasse Alexandre, wife of Jean Cabot, appears to have been provided for apart from her siblings, perhaps on her marriage. Charles Langton, the genealogist, in his Miscellany, describes her as "fille Jean Alexandre". This seems correct as R.P.3/165 provides for her dowry, partly to come from income derived from rentes sold previously to Jean Le Boutillier, in right of his wife. The original sale to Le Boutillier is R.P.2/131, the vendor being her grandfather, Richard Alexandre, father of the said Jean
  11. R.P.9/434; "Timothé Alexandre fils Jean et de Marie Carrel, sa femme"
  12. Trinity Register: drowned at Bouley [Bay]
  13. A missing christening entry; however, his daughter Susanne is named as co-heiress in the inheritance of Elizabeth Alexandre daughter of Elie, who had died without issue. Elie, himself, was christened "Elie.. fils Elie senr."
  14. R.P.40/183 (1744): "Susanne fille de Jean Alexandre et femme de Jean Le Mercier, héritière en partie de deffunte Elizabeth Alexandre fille Elie"
  15. Another missing christening entry, which at this date, in Trinity, was not uncommon. R.P.40/183 (1744) again assists, as his son and heir, also named Philippe, who survived him, is so described: "Philippe Alexandre fils Philippe fils Elie", being one of several co-heirs of the above mentioned Elizabeth Alexandre fille Elie, who will feature below
  16. He had died by 18/09/1749, when his second wife was buried at Trinity and described as "veuve", widow
  17. Trinity register reads "un enfant de Philippe Alexandre" buried 08/08/1720
  18. He had died by 1783, when his daughter, Jeanne, was buried as the "daughter of the deceased Jean Alexandre and Elizabeth Grandin"
  19. Their son, William Charles Marion, had in 1801, William Bradshaw and Anne Alexandre, his wife, "oncle et tante," as godparents. Their daughter, Jeanne Marion, had in 1804, James Vibert and Elizabeth Alexandre, his wife, "oncle et tante", as godparents
  20. R.P.13/227 (1647): "Timothé Alexandre fils ainé de feu Jean Alexandre d`une partie et Philippe Alexandre, Richard Alexandre, Marie Alexandre femme de Thomas Godel, enfants puinés..Elizabeth [la] plus petite soeur.."
  21. R.P.4/100 (1614): Philippe Gruchy fils Nicolas, a cause de sa mère, fille ainée de Richard Alexandre; Jean Le Gros, fils Jean, a cause de sa mère, defunte et Edouard Picot fils Jean, a cause de sa femme, filles de Richard Alexandre" sell to Jean Alexandre fils Richard, their elder brother
  22. Leonard Alexandre may have been named after Leonard Romeril prior to the first litigation, above, in 1539. He was Fouageur of Trinity, 1579-1582. He, also, was engaged in court actions against the Le Boutilliers, as was Servais Alexandre, regarding matters of inheritance. For his issue and their descendants, see Descendants of Leonard Alexandre
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