Descendants of Thomas Dumaresq - 2

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Descendants of Thomas Dumaresq
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This tree, which was submitted in 2021, starts with the same person as Descendants of Thomas Dumaresq (1430) and follows a different descent. As the notes for each generation indicate, we have only included the direct line descent in the early generations, support for siblings shown in the submitted tree being unavailable.

The tree, which shows the ancestry of the Dumaresqs for whom datestones were erected at Le Mourin, St Saviour, in 1684 and 1765, has not yet been fully checked against primary records. The early generations are, of course, not covered by church records. The tree bears striking similarities to online trees, several of which have very suspicious dates and relationships. However, we consider the tree to be a starting point and it will be adjusted in future as more information becomes available.

For this reason we are showing the tree separately rather than inserting the new descent into an existing tree. It carries a warning that its accuracy cannot be guaranteed any more than our other Dumaresq trees, all of which have potential inaccuracies, covering, as they do, such an early period in the island's record keeping

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  • 1 Thomas Dumaresq (1430- ) m (1460) [1] Jeanette de Bagot (1433- ) [2]
    • 2 Thomas Dumaresq (1467-1555) [3] m (1490, St Brelade) [4] Georgette Hamptonne (1470- )
      • 3 Edouard Dumaresq (1511- ) (St B) m Catherine Poingdestre (1510- ) [5]
        • 4 Richard Dumaresq m Collette Dumaresq [6]
          • 5 Clement Dumaresq (1544-1611) [7] m (1559) [8] Margaret Messervy (1548-1606)
            • 6 Hugh Dumaresq (1570-1597) m (1587) Collette Journeaulx (1570- )
              • 7 Philippe Dumaresq m (1620, St Mt) Sarah Payn (1595- )
                • 8 Philippe Dumaresq (1632- ) m Susanne Frotte [9]
                  • 9 Philippe Dumaresq (1659- ) m (1680, St S) Elizabeth Messervy ( -1722) [10]
                    • 10 Philippe Dumaresq (1683- ) (St Mt) m Rachel Falle [11]
                      • 11 Philippe Dumaresq (1701-1773) St Mt) m (1724, St Mt) [12] Anne Le Maistre (1706-1774)
                        • 12 Philippe Dumaresq (1726- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Charles Dumaresq (1729- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Jean Dumaresq (1731- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Daniel Dumaresq (1734- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 George Dumaresq (1735- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Jeanne Dumaresq (1744- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Douce Dumaresq (1747- ) (St Mt)
                        • 12 Susanne Dumaresq (1747- ) (St Mt) [13]
                        • 12 Francoise Dumaresq (1749- ) (St Mt) [14]
                    • 10 Sara Dumaresq (1698- ) (St Mt)
                    • 10 Rachel Dumaresq (1701- ) (St Mt)

Notes and references

  1. No documentary support for this date
  2. The submitted tree shows other children for Jordan and Jeanette, but we are very suspicious of the details and have decided not to include them
  3. Death at 88 in the 16th century very suspicious
  4. No documentary support for marriage place and date. Siblings of Edouard shown in submitted tree are suspicious and have been omitted
  5. Nine siblings shown for Richard have been omitted, although they would appear to have a stronger connection to the tree than Richard
  6. No details have been found for this couple and their connection to the top three generations cannot be proved
  7. Shown in submitted tree to have a brother John, born 23 years earlier. This is impossible because that would place his birth earlier than his grandparents' marriage
  8. No record found for this marriage. The submitted tree shows 14 siblings for Hugh, several without dates. Hugh is shown as the eldest, born 11 years after his parents' marriage, which is highly suspicious
  9. This family name is otherwise unknown in Jersey records
  10. 1684 datestone at Le Mourin, Trinity. Philippe and Elizabeth's marriage was not shown in the submitted tree, but it is confirmed by church records, as are the baptisms of their three children. These are the first generations of the tree which are fully supported by primary records, and everything earlies must be considered speculative
  11. No record for this marriage, but it is supported by the baptism record for their son
  12. 1765 datestone at Le Mourin
  13. Twin
  14. Twin
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