Descendants of Vincent Camiot

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Descendants of Vincent Camiot

Vincent came to Jersey as a farm labourer, either from Plehedel or St Brieuc in the Cotes d'Armor department of north Brittany. The record of his marriage to Eliza Le Brocq shows his name as Comio, but this is believed to have been an error on the part of whoever wrote the entry. Vincent could not write and made his mark rather than signing his name in the register. His father's name was given as Tremiore Comio and his place of birth as St Brieuc. Other records, however, suggest that he was born in nearby Plehedel, but we have been unable to find any records for the family in France.

All other Jersey records give the family name as Camiot. When first married Vincent worked as a labourer for Philip Blampied at Hamptonne, St Peter. By 1891, at the age of 43, Vincent Eliza had his own farm at L'Ecluse, St Mary, moving by 1901 to La Frontiere in the same parish

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  • 1 Vincent Camiot (1848- ) [1] m (1872, St S) Eliza Le Brocq (1849- ) (St O) daughter of John
    • 2 John Camiot (1873-1955) to Nova Scotia m Daisy Clark Smith (1880-1960) daughter of George Philip
      • 3 Mildred Eliza Camiot (1908-1961)
    • 2 Pierre Vincent Camiot (1877- ) to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick m (1902, St My, Jer) Laura Maria Lempriere, daughter of George Philip
      • 3 Stanley Peter Camiot (1903- )
      • 3 George Marett Camiot (1904- )
      • 3 Arthur Sidney Camiot (1908- )
    • 2 Francis Vincent Camiot (1880-1936) [2] m 1 (1903, St P) Jeanne Marie Treussard (1883- ) [3] daughter of Francois
      • 3 Eunice Eliza Jane Camiot (1904- )
    • 2nd wife of Francis Vincent Camiot (1910, St S) Louisa Ouedard, daughter of Pierre Marie
      • 3 Peter Camiot (1911- )
      • 3 Eunice Marie Camiot (1912- ) m (1934, St P) Ernest Francis Saout, son of Louis
      • 3 Arthur Camiot (1913-1997) [4] m (1939, St O) Kathleen May de Gruchy (1918- ) daughter of Ernest Renouf
        • 4 Roy Arthur Camiot (1940-2015)
      • 3 Raymond Peter Camiot (1917- ) [5] m (1939, St J) Irene Jessica Hunt (1818- ) daughter of Stewart Spencer
        • 4 Jessica Joan Camiot (1939- )
    • 2 Eliza Annie Camiot (1890-1965)

Notes and references

  1. Grower
  2. Farm labourer
  3. Domestic servant
  4. Farmer
  5. Farm labourer
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