Doublet family page
Mr Doublet and son at Gorey in 1934
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Origins of surname
Doublet is French for a precious stone, but it is not clear how the surname could be derived from that.
Alfred Adolphe Doublet and his wife Victorine Constance Le Mazurier arrived in Jersey from Coutances some time between 1860, when their first son Albert was born there, and 1868, when their second son Edouard Georges was born in Jersey. However, we have found no trace of any birth or baptism records for the family whose tree appears below.
The following supposed variants of Dolbel have also been associated with Doublet by some researchers, but we believe that Dolbel and Doublet are distinct families in Jersey
- Dulbel 1309
- Dubel 1309
- Delebel 1299
Great War service
- Alfred Albert Edward Doublet (1900-1970) (St H) son of Edouard Georges Joseph Doublet and Marie Jeanne Augustine Vasselin, Private, Machine Gun Corps
Family photo album
Edouard Georges Joseph Doublet, born in St Helier in 1868, the son of Alfred Adolphe and Victorine Constance, nee Le Masurier, is pictured with his wife Marie Jeanne Augustine, nee Vasselin. The couple married in Paris in 1887 and had five children
Eugene Gabriel Doublet (1908-1983) with his first wife Doris Ada, nee Cole (1907-1931).The couple were married at All Saints Church, St Helier, in 1930 and their son David Eugene was born the following year
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