Descendants of Benest Le Brocq

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Descendants of Benest Le Brocq
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A further review in 2022, by Mike Bisson resulted in the addition of a four-generation descent from Jean (1775- ) at generation 10

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  • 1 Benest Le Brocq (1480-1535-) m ( -- ) du Costil, daughter of Laurens, son of Drouet du Costil [1] and Michelle, née de la Rocque, daughter of Guillaume (1400- ) of St Clement [2]
    • 2 Mathieu Le Brocq (1515?-1595) [3] m 3 (1560) Guillemine de Caen, [4] daughter of Jean; [5] 1 Perrine Syvret, daughter of George, son of Jean
    • by the 2nd wife of Mathieu Le Brocq, Genette Syvret, [11] daughter of George, son of Jean:
      • 3 André Le Brocq (1550?-1588) of Ville au Bas (St O) m Marguerite Hacquoil, [12] elder daughter and principal heiress of Jean and Guillemine de Caen (above)
        • 4 Jean Le Brocq (1580?-1665) m Unknown
          • 5 Daughter Le Brocq (liv 1661)
        • 4 Daughter Le Brocq m Clair Alexandre
        • 4 Daughter Le Brocq m Jean Le Brocq
      • 3 William Le Brocq (1555?-1641) m Marie Hacquoil, younger daughter and co-heiress of Jean and Guillemine de Caen (above)
        • 4 Jean Le Brocq (1580?-1669) [13] m 2 Marie Unknown (no issue); 1 Jeanne Vibert, daughter of André of St Ouen and Anne Le Feuvre
          • 5 Matthieu Le Brocq (1605?-1695) (La Villaise) [14] m (1651, St O) Catherine de la Perrelle daughter of Philippe and Jeanne Le Brocq ( -1668) [15]
            • 6 Jean Le Brocq (1652-10/1692) [16] m (1679, St O) Collette du Heaume (1654- ) daughter of Nicolas ( -1664) s of Jean
              • 7 Jeanne Le Brocq (1680-by 1693) [17]
              • 7 Jean Le Brocq (1684- )
              • 7 Susanne Le Brocq (1687-1711) [18]
              • 7 Rachel Le Brocq (1689- ) m (1722, St O) Jean du Heaume (St O)
              • 7 Jeanne Le Brocq (1693- ) [19]
            • 6 Jeanne Le Brocq (1655?- ) m (1683, St O) Philippe Le Cerf [20] son of Servais (St O)
            • 6 Matthieu Le Brocq (1657?- ) living 1668
            • 6 Philippe Le Brocq (1661- ) living 1668
          • 5 Jacques Le Brocq (1607?- ) [21] m Unknown
            • 6 Susanne Le Brocq (1659- ) m (1684, St O) Samuel du Heaume ( -1689) son of Nicolas
          • 5 Jean Le Brocq (1610?-1655) [22] m Marie Herivel ( -1663) [23]
            • 6 William Le Brocq (Liv 1663) [24]
            • 6 Philippe Le Brocq (1646-1709) (Les Vaux) [25] m (1667) Magdeleine Le Montais (1643-1720) [26] sister of André and daughter of Jean and Jeanne Mahier
              • 7 Jacques Le Brocq (1668- ) [27]
              • 7 Philippe Le Brocq (1660-1727) [28] m (1702, St O) Jeanne Jean (1665-1754) daughter of Philippe [29]
                • 8 Jeanne Le Brocq (1703- ) [30]
                • 8 Philippe Le Brocq (1709-1772) (Les Vaux) [31] m (1746, St B) Judith Baudet (1727-1778) (St B)
                  • 9 Judith Le Brocq (1748- ) [32] liv. 1815
                  • 9 Jean Le Brocq (1749- ) [33] (Les Vaux) m (1773, St O) Marie Barbier (1745- ) daughter of Robert, and sister of Jacques [34] (St O)
                    • 10 Jean Le Brocq (1775-1841, ae 66) (St O) [35] (Ville au Neveu) m (1801, St O) Marie Syvret (1781-1847) daughter of Simeon, son of Simeon (St O)
                      • 11 Jean Le Brocq (1802-1872?) (St O) [36]
                      • 11 Marie Le Brocq (1803- ) (St O) [37] m (1828, St L) Jean Le Maistre, son of Philippe (St B)
                      • 11 Philippe Le Brocq (1805-1816) (St O) [38]
                      • 11 Francois Le Brocq (1807-1807) (St O) [39]
                      • 11 Jacques Le Brocq (1808-1872) (St O) [40] m (1828, St My) Esther Binet ( -1859) daughter of Jean, and Judith de Caen (St My)
                        • 12 Esther Le Brocq (1829- ) (St My) [41] m (1849, St H) Philippe Renouf, son of Pierre [42] (St P)
                        • 12 Elise Le Brocq (1830- ) (St My) [43] m (1850, St H) Jean Renouf, son of Pierre [44] (St P)
                        • 12 Jean Le Brocq (1832- ) (St My) [45] m (1834, St H) Anne Le Gros (1828- )
                          • 13 Anne Le Brocq (1857- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                          • 13 Esther Le Brocq (1858- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                          • 13 John Le Brocq (1860- ) (St My, Meth baptism) [46] m (1892) Ann Louisa Luce (1867-1921)
                            • 14 John Philip Le Gresley (1896- ) (St My)
                            • 14 Eunice Le Gresley (1899- ) (St My)
                            • 14 Lucille Le Gresley (1900- ) (St My)
                          • 13 Walter Le Brocq (1862- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                          • 13 Elise Le Brocq (1864- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                          • 13 Philippe Le Brocq (1865- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                          • 13 Emma Jane Le Brocq (1867- ) (St My, Meth baptism)
                        • 12 James Le Brocq (1834- ) (St My)
                        • 12 William Le Brocq (1836-1910, St H) (St My) [47] m 1 Unknown; 2 (1886, St H) Alice Emma Le Sueur daughter of John Francis (St L) [48]
                        • 12 Anne Le Brocq (1839- ) (St My)
                      • 11 Anne Le Brocq (1810-1811) (St O) [49]
                      • 11 Francois Le Brocq (1812-1814) (St O)
                      • 11 Rachel Le Brocq (1814- ) (St O)
                      • 11 Anne Le Brocq (1815- ) (St O) [50] m (5/1839, St My) Jean Le Ruez [51]
                      • 11 Elizabeth Anne Le Brocq (1817- ) (St O) m (1848, St O) Thomas Vautier, son of Thomas (St O) [52]
                      • 11 Philippe Le Brocq (1818-1882) (St O) [53]
                      • 11 Francois Le Brocq (1821- ) (St O)
                    • 10 Marie Le Brocq (1778- ) (St O) [54] m (1800, St O) Jean Syvret, son of Simeon, son of Simeon (St O)
                    • 10 Philippe Le Brocq (1781-1834, ae 53) (St O) [55] m (by 1801) Anne Jeanne Le Maistre daughter of Pierre [56]
                      • 11 Philippe Le Brocq (7/1802- ) (St O) [57]
                      • 11 Anne Le Brocq (1805-by 1809) (St O) [58]
                      • 11 Francois Le Brocq (1807- ) (St O) [59]
                      • 11 Anne Le Brocq (1809- ) (St O) [60]
                      • 11 Jacques Le Brocq (1811- ) (St O) [61] m (1836, St O) Elizabeth Pirouet, daughter of Francois, son of Jean (St O)
                      • 11 Marie Le Brocq (1813- ) (St O)
                      • 11 Jeanne Le Brocq (1815- ) (St O) [62]
                      • 11 Rachel Le Brocq (1817- ) (St O)
                      • 11 William Le Brocq (1819- ) (St O)
                      • 11 Elizabeth Le Brocq (1821- ) (St O)
                    • 10 Jacques Le Brocq (12/1783-1855 ae 71) (St O) [63] m Rachel Vautier, daughter of Jean and Catherine Vautier (sic)
                      • 11 Rachel Le Brocq (1809-1810) (St O) [64]
                      • 11 Rachel Le Brocq (1811- ) (St O)
                      • 11 Jean Le Brocq (1812- ) (St O) [65]
                    • 10 Anne Le Brocq (1787- ) (St O) [66] m (1809, St O) Thomas Vautier, "son of Thomas, son of Thomas, son of Pierre" (1810), and Susanne Hamon (St O)
                • 8 André Le Brocq (1712- ) [67]
                • 8 Marie Le Brocq (1715- ) [68]
              • 7 Rachel Le Brocq (1673- )
              • 7 Jean Le Brocq (1675- ) [69]
            • 6 Marguerite Le Brocq m (1650, St O) Jean Bailhache (L`Etacq) [70]
          • 5 William Le Brocq (1615-1671) m Elizabeth Vautier ( -1683)
            • 6 Pierre Le Brocq (1637- ) m unknown
              • 7 William Le Brocq (1664-by 1674) [71]
              • 7 William Le Brocq (1674- )
            • 6 Philippe Le Brocq (1644- ) m 1 (1666, St O) Elizabeth Salmon; 2 Elizabeth Vautier ( -1705)
              • 7 Philippe Le Brocq (1671-1685) [72]
            • 6 William Le Brocq (1651-1706) [73] </ref> m (1674, St P) Elizabeth Vibert daughter of Nicolas [74] and Rachel Le Sebirel
            • 6 Elizabeth Le Brocq (1640- ) [75]
            • 6 Priscille Le Brocq (1641-1642)
            • 6 Priscille Le Brocq (1643- ) [76] m (1668, St O) André Le Brocq
            • 6 Marguerite Le Brocq (1650- )
          • 5 Philippe Le Brocq (1620?- ) of Grantez m (1654, St O) Marie Hamon ( -1671), daughter of Philippe [77]
            • 6 Philippe Le Brocq (1656- ) living 1708
            • 6 Jean Le Brocq (1659-1708) [78] m Catherine Alexandre (no issue)
            • 6 William Le Brocq (1664-10/1707) m (1698, St O) Susanne Le Brocq [79] daughter of André, son of Helier, and of Susanne du Heaume daughter of Nicolas
              • 7 Jean Le Brocq (1700?-1768) [80] m (1740, St O) Collette Jean (no issue)
          • 5 Noémi Le Brocq (Liv 1669) [81] m (by 1655) Elie Le Cornu son of Charles (St O)
        • 4 Marie Le Brocq (1590?-1660) m Jean Le Ruez [82] son of Etienne (St O)
      • 3 Catherine Le Brocq m Jean Langlois
      • 3 Susanne Le Brocq m Jean Le Brocq, son of Jean
      • 3 Sara Le Brocq m Mathieu Bisson
      • 3 Catherine Le Brocq m Pierre d`Auvergne [84]
      • 3 Isabel Le Brocq m Drouet Le Cornu, [85]
      • 3 Jeanne Le Brocq m Julian Vibert of Millais
    • 2 Benest Le Brocq (Liv 1537)
    • 2 Thomasse Le Brocq m George du Heaume

Notes and references

  1. Dénonciateur of the Royal Court 1462
  2. Jurat and Lieutenant-Bailiff
  3. Procureur of St Ouen 1545; Constable of St Ouen -1552-81-1586; 1592-95
  4. Widow of Jean Hacquoil. Matthieu Le Brocq had no issue of this marriage
  5. Constable of St Ouen 1537-1542. This Jean (Johan) de Caen, who had married Guillemine Herivel, daughter of Nicolas, died in or about 1543. His elder son and principal heir was Jacques de Caen; Simon de Caen and other younger children received part of the inheritance
  6. Seigneur de Samarès, Jurat
  7. Rector of St Clement
  8. Principal heiress of her sister
  9. Seigneur du Fief ès Payns, Constable of St Ouen. The Revd. J. A. Messervy mentions, by the name and entry for Clement Botterel, in his "Connétables de St Ouen" that a property in [the east of] St Ouen is called, to this day, "La Botterellerie": ABSJ, VII, 27
  10. In a genealogy by the late Dr Frank Le Maistre, OBE, there was shown a mistaken, post-Reformation, descent for George. However, there was a lengthy action before the Cour d`Héritage, regarding the inheritance of Matthieu Le Brocq and of his two Syvret wives. No descendants of George were ever mentioned
  11. Cour d`Héritage (September 1574) and 5/51r (1584)
  12. She married secondly Michel Dauvergne
  13. "Jean Le Brocq fs William," Sermenté for the Extente, 1668. He made his Will in 1669, within five months of his death, which may account for the ill man`s mark at the foot of the page, [D/Y//A/1/87, at the Jersey Archive]. His second son, named Jacques, was not previously known and though the genealogist Messervy knew there was a daughter, her name was unknown to him. This Will names her as Noémi, the wife of Elie Le Cornu. The testator was in 1661 godfather to their daughter, Jeanne Le Cornu. His son Jean, had predeceased him. One has the impression that his sons William and Philippe had already been benefited by their father, which might explain their names being absent
  14. "Matthieu Le Brocq de La Vilaise", buried 1695. Matthieu may have been previously married, prior to his 1651 marriage to Catherine de la Perrelle. The St Ouen`s Register has in 1640, the burial of Jacques Le Brocq fils Matthieu
  15. Jeanne Le Brocq, widow of Philippe de la Perrelle, made her Will in 1668, [D/Y/A/1/112, at the Jersey Archive]. She mentions numerous friends and relatives. Her eldest daughter, Catherine, wife of Matthieu Le Brocq, is mentioned, as are the testatrix`s grandchildren through Catherine. These were Jean, Jeanne, Matthieu and Philippe, the second and third of whom do not feature as having been christened in the St Ouen register. A witness was Elie Le Cornu, her son-in-law`s brother-in-law, whose family lived also at La Villaise
  16. Christened as "Jean fils de Matthieu Le Brocq, fils Jean" with godparents Jean Le Brocq, Grand-Père and Jeanne Le Brocq, femme de Philippe de la Perrelle, Grande-Mère. Buried as "Jean Le Brocq, fils Matthieu, de la Vilaise"
  17. Godfather: Matthieu Le Brocq, Grandfather, and his wife
  18. Godparents: Samuel du Heaume and his wife, who was Susanne Le Brocq, first cousin of the baby`s father. The younger Susanne was buried as "Susanne, daughter of the late Jean Le Brocq fils Matthieu, de la Villaise"
  19. "Fille feu Jean Le Brocq fils Mathieu", baptised 14th May 1693. Her godparents were Nicolas du Heaume and his wife
  20. Maternal first cousin of Jeanne Le Brocq, his wife
  21. "Fils 2e né" of Jean Le Brocq: Will of the latter, dated 1669. Jacques may either have married late in life or had Susanne by a second marriage. He and his unnamed wife were godparents to his sister Noémi`s daughter and namesake, Noémi, written as "Noémin", in 1659
  22. Buried as "Jean Le Brocq fs Jean, d`auprès de l`Eglise"
  23. Buried as "Marie, vve Jean Le Brocq, d`auprès du Temple" (Eglise)
  24. Presumably d`auprès de l`Eglise
  25. Buried in 1709 as "Philippe Le Brocq fils Jean, des Vaux"
  26. Marriage record not found, but Magdeleine Le Montais was buried on the 19/09/1720 as "veuve Philippe Le Brocq, des Vaux". Most of the grandchildren had Le Montais godparents
  27. Godparents: Jean Bailhache and Marguerite, wife of Jean Bailhache senior
  28. Of Les Vaux. The exact location of these "Vaux" was, from the christening of Marie Le Brocq, in 1715, at Grantez. One might suggest Les Vaux au Brocq [O.1734, 1735] below La Ville au Bas, where there is La Fontaine au Brocq, although this is just within Grande Cueillette, or the nearby Les Vaux Cuissin, which is within Grantez
  29. Of La Ville ès Neveus, St Ouen
  30. Baptised as "fille Philippe, fils Philippe, fils Jean, des Vaux, et de Jeanne Jean, sa femme." Godparents were Philippe Le Brocq and Magdaleine, sa femme-in fact, the grandparents
  31. Baptised as above. Godparents: Jean Le Montais of Grantez and Catherine Le Cornu, his wife
  32. Both Judith and her brother Jean, are described in the St Ouen register as children of "Philippe Le Brocq, des Vaux, et de Judith Baudet, sa femme"
  33. Marrying as "Jean Le Brocq, fils Philippe, de Grantez", His more precise address was given on the christening of his two younger children, as being Les Vaux. In each christening, his wife`s name was also featured. Les Vaux, Grantez, is only just within Grantez, as discussed in the footnote to generation 7, being a part of Les Vaux Cuissin
  34. Of "proche L`Eglise", being: near the Church
  35. Jean Le Brocq and his wife, Marie Syvret, moved to La Ville au Neveu, in the east of St Ouen, by 1816: Burial of the first of their two sons named Philippe. It was also Jean`s address at the time of his death in 1841. Marriage record: Son of Jean, son of Philippe
  36. Godparents: Me Jean Le Brocq and Mse Marie Barbier, his wife, Grandfather and Grandmother
  37. Godparents: Me Jean Syvret, fils Simeon, fils Simeon, and Mse Marie Le Brocq, his wife, Uncle and Aunt
  38. Godparents: Me Philippe Le Brocq, fils Jean, and Mse Anne Le Maistre, his wife, Uncle and Aunt
  39. The infant Francois`s description on burial was exactly that of his siblings on baptism: "fils/fille [de] Jean Le Brocq, fils Jean, fils Philippe"
  40. Of Les Potirons, St Mary
  41. Godparents: Me Jean Le Brocq and Mse Marie Syvret, his wife, above
  42. Farmer, as was the groom, and the bride`s father
  43. Godparents: Her maternal grandparents, Jean Binet and Judith de Caen, his wife
  44. Brother of Philippe, above. All parties were Cultivators
  45. Of Les Potirons, St Mary
  46. Of Les Potirons, St Mary
  47. Master Mariner, living in Bristol, in 1886
  48. Landed Proprietor, as was the groom`s father, James, in St Mary
  49. Godparents: Me Thomas Vautier, fils Thomas, and Mse Anne Le Brocq, his wife, Uncle and Aunt
  50. Godparents: Her grandfather, Me Jean Le Brocq, fils Philippe, and Mse Judith Le Brocq
  51. Me Jean Le Ruez and his then fiancée [unstated as such], Anne Le Brocq were godparents in 1839 to Anne Le Brocq, daughter of Jacques, who was by then of St Mary, and of his wife, Esther Binet. This with other strong godparent evidence confirms the move of this branch from St Ouen to St Mary
  52. Both father and son were Cultivators, as was the bride`s father, Jean Le Brocq
  53. Godparents: Me Philippe Le Brocq, fils Jean, fils Philippe, and Mse Marie Le Brocq, the child`s sister
  54. Godparents: Amice Barbier, Uncle of the child, and Judith Le Brocq, Aunt of the child
  55. Buried in St Ouen as "Philippe Le Brocq, fils Jean"
  56. Mse Anne Le Maistre and her husband were, in 1805, godparents of their nephew, Philippe Le Brocq, son of Jean Le Brocq and Marie Syvret, his wife
  57. Me Pierre Le Maistre, Grandfather, and his daughter, Jeanne, the child`s Aunt, were godparents
  58. Godparents: Me Jacques Le Brocq, fils Jean, fils Philippe, and Mse Anne Le Brocq, his sister, Uncle and Aunt of the child
  59. Godparents: Me Jean Syvret, fils Simeon, and Marie Le Brocq, his wife, Uncle and Aunt of the child
  60. Godmother: Mse Judith Le Brocq, Aunt, above
  61. Godparents: Me Jacques Le Brocq, fils Jean, fils Philippe, and Rachel Vautier, his wife, Uncle and Aunt of the child
  62. Godfather: Me Jacques Barbier, fils Jacques
  63. Me Jacques Le Brocq and Mse Rachel Vautier, his wife, were godparents in 1808 of their nephew, Jacques Le Brocq, fils Jean
  64. Godparents: Me Jean Vautier junr. and Mse Catherine Vautier, his wife, Grandfather and Grandmother; and Elizabeth Vautier, daughter of Edouard, son of Jean, the said Edouard the uncle of the child
  65. Godparents: Me Jean Le Brocq and Mse Marie Barbier, his wife, Grandfather and Grandmother of the child
  66. Mse Anne Le Brocq and her husband, Me Thomas Vautier, fils Thomas, were godparents in 1810 of their niece, Anne Le Brocq, daughter of Jean
  67. "Fils Philippe, fils Philippe, des Vaux et de Jeanne Jean, sa femme"
  68. Fille Philippe Le Brocq, fils Philippe, fils Jean, de Grantez et de Jeanne Jean, sa femme"
  69. Godparents: Jean Le Montais and his wife
  70. This marriage was recorded in both St Ouen and St Mary on the same day, the 20th November, the minister in the latter instance having been Philippe Le Couteur. The St Mary entry mentions L`Etacq as the groom`s address. Unfortunately, Marguerite is there recorded as Rachel, which belies mentions of her in legal documents. The couple had a son named Jean, "Jean junior" to his father`s "Jean senior"
  71. Died young. Seemingly, no other children are mentioned in the Registers as christened before the second William
  72. Drowned: St Ouen`s Register, 05/04/1685 [translated]: "Was found dead, Philippe, son of Philippe Le Brocq, son of William, in the `havre` [vraicing inlet] called Les Laveurs, who was drowned the previous day, having been fishing.."
  73. Founder of the business at The Yews, St Peter, 1680: Guy Dixon, A Brief History of The Yews, St Peter, in ABSJ (2014), 272-284. William`s godparents were his third cousins, albeit older than he, Francois Le Couteur and Elizabeth, his sister, wife of Mathurin Le Montais. Francois, then aged seventeen, would become a clergyman and be in 1657 Rector of St Helier; his sister, Elizabeth, had married the previous year
  74. Of Augerez, St Peter
  75. Godparents: Jean Dauvergne and his wife [being Elizabeth Botterel, daughter of Clement, formerly Connétable] with Esther Botterel
  76. Godparents: Jean Le Brocq and Esther Botterel, widow of Jacques Le Couteur
  77. Of Grantez
  78. The 1708 Will of "Jean Le Brocq fils Philippe" mentions his wife Catherine Alexandre, but no children. His brother Philippe was a legatee, as was a nephew Jean, who was the testator`s godson and described as the son of [his late brother] William: D/Y/A/4/43 at the Jersey Archive
  79. Susanne Le Brocq, fille André, married secondly in 1722, Jacques Bailhache
  80. The Will of Jean Le Brocq, fils William, dated and proved in 1768, mentions his wife, his soeur de mère, being his half-sister on his mother`s side, named Judith Bailhache (1724-1798) and a niece named Marie Le Brocq, perhaps through Judith, if she had married a Le Brocq, although her burial entry only names her late father, Jacques Bailhache. The testator was of St Ouen; no children were mentioned. He appointed Charles Payn and Jean de la Perrelle as executors
  81. Noémi Le Brocq, wife of Elie Le Cornu, is mentioned in the Will of her father, Jean Le Brocq, dated 1669
  82. Of L'Etacq: Revd. J. A. Messervy, Famille Le Brocq, fo. 1. Jean Le Ruez, fils Etienne, is also mentioned in the Registre Public (1635) as selling a house and field in Le Clos de Hottot, Fief des Douze Mancelles, St Ouen. This is close to Trodais Farm
  83. ABSJ, VI, 66
  84. Fermier du Trésor de St Ouen, 1596. Their son Pierre, master mariner, died a prisoner on the Barbary Coast
  85. "D'auprès de L'Amiral, St Ouen
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