Descendants of Pierre Perrot and Jeanne Susanne Herivel

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  • 1 Pierre Perrot [1] m Jeanne Susanne Harrivel [2]
    • 2 Marianne Perrot (1757-1839) m Jean de la Perrelle
    • 2 Francois Perrot (1761-1800) m (1781, St H) Elizabeth Hooper (1761-1800) daughter of George. [3]
      • 3 Francois Perrot (1782-1848) m Susannah Maria Sharp (1786-1819) daughter of William and Mary, nee Grace, of Romsey, Hampshire [4]
        • 4 Francois Perrot (1812-1827)
        • 4 Clement Perrot (1813-1832)
        • 4 Susanne Harivel Perrot (1814-1860)
        • 4 Marie Elizabeth Perrot (1817-1839)
        • 4 Elizabeth Sharp Perrot (1818-1865)
      • 3 Philippe Perrot (1784- )
      • 3 Clement Perrot (1786-1849) m Julia Fey Hamill (1804-1851) [5]
        • 4 Elizabeth Hooper Perrot (1827-1851)
        • 4 Francis Perrot (1828- )
        • 4 Julia Mary Perrot (1830-1894) m William George Beatson
        • 4 Agnes Perrot (1831- )
        • 4 Clement Beatson Perrot (1833-1837)
        • 4 George Gibson Perrot (1836-1837)
        • 4 Clementina Perrot (1839- )
        • 4 Clement Hamill Perrot (1842-1910) m Mary Clark (1845- ) [6]
          • 5 Edith Mary Hamill Perrot (1871-1937)
          • 5 Gerturde Emma Perrot (1871-1932)
          • 5 Clement Le Harivel Perrot (1873-1942)
          • 5 Eugene Perrot (1874- )
          • 5 Julian Hooper Perrot (1876-1876)
          • 5 Mary Agnes Perrot (1877-1878)
          • 5 Hilda Perrot (1880-1881)
          • 5 Francis John Perrot (1881- )
          • 5 Louis Bertram Perrot (1883- )
          • 5 Mabel Julie Perrot (1885- )
        • 4 Eugene Le Harivel Perrot (1844-1872)
      • 3 Pierre Perrot (1789-1843) [7] m (1828, St H) Charlotte Waters
        • 4 Pierre George Perrot (1830- ) [8] m (1879, St H) Adelaide Jeune, daughter of Frederick [9]
        • 4 Charlotte Mary Ann Perrot (1832- ) m (1853, St C) William George Turner, son of Edward
        • 4 Clement Jean Perrot (1834- ) [10] m (1883, St S) Ann Charlotte Smith (1845- ), daughter of Charles [11]
        • 4 Josephine Julie Perrot (1835- )
        • 4 George Frebout Perrot (1837- ) [12] m Mary Harris Falle
          • 5 Marie Georgette Perrot (1862- )
          • 5 George Frank Perrot (1864- )
          • 5 Ada Perrot (1865- )
          • 5 Eva Perrot (1868- )
          • 5 Florence Violet Perrot (1870- )
          • 5 Eugene Perrot (1872- )
          • 5 Gaston Perrot (1875- )
        • 4 Jeanne Catherine Perrot (1839- )
        • 4 Francois Albert Perrot (1841- )
      • 3 George Perrot (1790-1861) m Jane Catherine Frebout (?)
      • 3 Esther Elizabeth Perrot (1791- )
      • 3 Elizabeth Perrot (1792- ) m Elias John Bertram (Gr)
      • 3 Jean Perrot (1794- )
    • 2 Susanne Perrot (1764-1768)
    • 2 Madelaine Perrot (1768-1771)
    • 2 Pierre Perrot (1769- )
    • 2 Esther Perrot (1770-1773)

Notes and references

  1. Possibly born Cork, Ireland
  2. Daughter of Huguenot refugee. According to Balleine's Biographical Dictionary Pierre Perrot was the son of a Huguenot exile in Cork, and Susanne Harrivel was a daughter of a watchmaker's widow, also a Huguenot exile, who had brought her six children to Jersey about 1740. Susanne met Pierre during a visit to Cork, and brought him back to Jersey where they established a bakery in Hill Street
  3. Francois and Elizabeth both died in the same year, and their gravestone is one of the few remaining in the St Helier parish churchyard
  4. Francois was the eldest son of Francois and Elizabeth Hooper. When they died in 1800 he and his six siblings were brought up by their grandmother, Susanne Harrivel. Francois became the first Non-conformist minister in Jersey. He studied under Dr Bogue at Gosport, near Portsmouth in Hampshire, and was granted his licence for preaching in October 1808, being a preacher and teacher of a Congregation of Dissenting Protestants'. Susannah died after a fall at Sunday school prizegiving
  5. Like his brother Francois, Clement trained for the Ministry under Dr Bogue in Gosport, Hampshire. He worked in Jersey as an assistant to his brother, then went to Guernsey in 1812. In 1829 Clement became the principal of the Independent Theological College at Rotherham, Yorkshire. He returned to Jersey in 1834, where he was the pastor of the Zion church in St Helier for several years.
  6. Iron founder
  7. Prisoner of war in France, printer, newspaper publisher, Constable of St Helier, Jurat
  8. Independent means
  9. Labourer
  10. Clerk
  11. Block maker
  12. Printer, newspaper editor, Centenier
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