Descendants of Aimable Bourgoise

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Descendants of Aimable Bourgoise
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The church of Notre Dame d'Allonne, where generations of the Bourgoise family were baptised, worshipped, married and buried

This tree was added to the site in 2012 and enlarged in 2014, with further details added in 2018. A further review in 2020 resulted in the addition of five earlier generations. Although the head of the enlarged tree was Jean, we have retained the title linked to his descendant who moved to Jersey. We have shown only the direct line from Jean to Aimable, including siblings. The French generations all lived in communes in the north-west of the Manche department of Normandy, originating in the neighbouring, later merged, communes of Notre Dame d'Allonne and St Pierre d'Allonne

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  • 1 Jean Bourgoise m Anne Feret
    • 2 Michel Bourgoise (1679- ) m (1699, Notre Dame d'Allonne) Gilette Levieux
    • 2 Guillaume Bourgoise (1685- ) m (1720, St Pierre d'Allonne) Gillette Bosquet, daughter of Jean and Pernelle, nee Lejolis
      • 3 Michel Bourgoise (1720- )
      • 3 Guillaume Bourgoise (1724- )
      • 3 Jean Bourgoise (1727- ) m (1753, Notre Dame) Marie Giot ( -1761)
        • 4 Francois Bourgoise (1754- )
        • 4 Jean Francois Michel Bourgoise (1756-1829) m 1 (1781, Notre Dame) Marie Delahaye ( -1789); 2 (1790, Notre Dame) Catherine Lepigeon, daughter of Nicolas and Marie, nee Leperou
          • 5 Henry Francois Philippe Bourgoise (1797-1871) m (1818, Notre Dame) Bonne Julie Rosalie Bourgoise (1793-1847)
            • 6 Marie Sophie Henriette Bourgoise (1820- ) m (1859, Les Moitiers d'Allonne) Jean Francois Morel (1826- )
            • 6 Aimable Auguste Celestin Bourgoise (1823- ) (Normandy) [1] m (1847, St Mt) Esther Le Riche (1819- )
              • 7 Philippe William Bourgeoise (1847- )
              • 7 Philip Henri Bourgoise (1848- ) [2] m (1868, Gr) Marguerite Rachel Bertram (1849- )
                • 8 Philippe Charles Bertram Bourgoise (1870-1911) [3] m (1892, Gr) Elizabeth Esther de Ste Croix (1871-1911), daughter of Charles [4]
                  • 9 Lizzie Bourgoise (1895- )
                  • 9 Linda Esther Bourgoise (1897- ) m (1920, St C) George Henry Simon, son of Louis Emmanuel
                  • 9 Phyllis Marjorie Bourgoise (1898- ) m (1927, St Mark) Harold Clarence James Hassell, son of James
                  • 9 Philip Cecil Bourgoise (1900- )
                  • 9 Amy Helena Mourant Bourgoise (1903- ) m (1925, St H) Charles Samuel George Stopher, son of Charles Samuel George
                • 8 John Henry Bourgoise (1876- ) [5] m (1896, Gr) Louisa Gray, daughter of William James Pearson Gray [6]
                  • 9 Stanley William John Bourgoise (1903- ) (Gsy) [7] m (1928, Gr) Lilian Maud Hamon (1908- ) daughter of Alfred John [8]
                • 8 Priscilla Esther Bourgoise (1880- )
                • 8 Adelaide Fanny Bourgoise (1883- ) m (1902, St B)Thomas Charles Hamon, son of John
              • 7 Henri Philippe Bourgeoise (1851- ) m (1871, Gr) Ann Elizabeth Bertram (1848- )
              • 7 John Bourgoise (1859- )
            • 6 Rosalie Francoise Bourgoise (1827- ) [9] m (1852, Tr) Elie Guille. It is unusual for all three of them, from a Roman Catholic family, to have married in Anglican churches
            • 6 Edouard Bourgoise (1833- ) [10] m (1855, St H) Elizabeth Le Rossignol (1825- ) daughter of Charles [11]
        • 4 Pierre Bourgoise (1760- )
        • 4 Bonne Aimable Felicite Bourgoise (1763- )
    • 2 Gillette Bourgoise (1689- )
    • 2 Nicolas Bourgoise (1693- )




Notes and references

  1. Moved to Jersey. Worked as blacksmith. Although there is no reference to Aimable Auguste in this French tree or other records after his baptism, that is not unusual if he went to work in Jersey as a young man and remained there. French researchers who have not established a link to Jersey for the sibling of an ancestor who seemingly disappeared, often wrongly assume that he or she died in infancy. The record of Aimable Auguste's marriage in Jersey gives his father as Henri and his birthplace as 'Moitiers Dalogne'
  2. Mason
  3. Mason
  4. Fisherman
  5. Carpenter
  6. Stationmaster
  7. Labourer
  8. Mason
  9. We have confirmed that the Rosalie who married Elie Guille was the brother of Aimable and Edouard. It is possible that the siblings moved together to Jersey, but given their ages, perhaps Rosalie followed Aimable and was followed some years later by her younger brother
  10. Although Edouard's marriage record shows him born in Grouville, we think this is unlikely. The first baptism in Jersey for this Bourgoise family (there was an earlier one in the 18th century) was Philippe William, son of Aimable and Esther Le Riche. We believe that Edouard was a brother of Aimable and Rosalie. Shoemaker
  11. Shoemaker
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