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Channel Islands

This page covers the Channel Islands: Jersey, St Helier, Guernsey, The Vale

Elias EASTERBROOK and Ann of St Helier

Family 35
Elias EASTERBROOK 1814-1900
&1839 Ann FOSTER 1812-1899
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John Elias 1844-
 

Elias (an Omnibus Proprietor and Carter) and Ann were in Jersey in 1841 to 1871 censuses. They retired to Ashburton in Devon and were there in 1881 and 1891. Son John only appears in the 1851 and 1861 censuses.


John EASTERBROOK and Judith MOUNEAU of The Vale, Guernsey

Family 117
John EASTERBROOK 1801-
&1828 Judith JAMOUNEAU 1810-
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John 1830-
 
Julia 1832-
 
Mary Ann 1835-
 
William 1837-
 
Joseph Daniel 1840-
                 

John was a Quarryman and born in England, the rest of the family were born in Guernsey.

From St Peter Port Town Hospital Journals: Other emigrants included Julia Easterbrook, Susanne Kendricks and her baby daughter. They, along with 16 others all went on the same ship (the Onyx, under Captain Jones) to the same destination, Adelaide, South Australia on 26 June 1848 "of their own free will, having been equipped with money and everything necessary for such a long journey." ("Guernsey Emigrants to Australia 1828-1899" by David W. Kreckler). Julia was a charge of the Constable. On 7th November 1847, aged 15, she was "received by the Treasurer and admitted provisionally - daughter of Jean Easterbrook who has returned to England"; so she began her time in the Poorhouse as a charge on the Parish. I discovered one other entry for her, on the 11th January 1848 "Julia Easterbrook aged 16, daugher of an Englishman, returned from service due to bad behaviour".


William EASTERBROOK and Catherine of St Helier

Family 264
William EASTERBROOK 1833-
& Catherine ? 1841-
 
 
 
 
 

William, a baker, and Catherine, both from England, appear in the 1871 census. There is no other trace.


George EASTERBROOK born in St Helier

Family 53
George EASTERBROOK 1836-
& Margaret MANGAN 1841-
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Norah 1864-
 
George 1865-
 
John 1867-
 
William 1872-
   
&1888 Catherine Christina ADAM 1867-
       

George's marriage certificate gives his place of birth as St Helier, Jersey and his parents' names. There is no trace so far of either George or his parents in Jersey. The family emigrated by assisted passage to New Zealand.


Elizabeth EASTERBROOK and William NEWCOMBE of St Helier

Family 231
James EASTERBROOK 1827-1899   Jane PEPPERELL 1828-
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Elizabeth Ann Pepperell 1848-
&1866 William NEWCOMBE 1845-1929
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James Thomas NEWCOMBE 1867-
 
Robert William NEWCOMBE 1871-
 
Florence Jane NEWCOMBE 1872-
 
Blanche Harriet Ann NEWCOMBE 1876-1965
 
Elizabeth Mary Ann NEWCOMBE 1877-1880
 
Marian Hannah NEWCOMBE 1880-1882
 
Annie Elizabeth NEWCOMBE 1881-1968
 
Grace NEWCOMBE 1884-1891
 
Lily Maud NEWCOMBE 1886-1961
 
William George NEWCOMBE 1889
& Amelia Mary SULLIVAN 1867-
 
&1895 Louisa Jane LEE 1873-
 
& James HUGHES 1867-
             
& Charles John EVE 1874-1959
           

Elizabeth is the daughter of James and Jane of Plymouth.


Nancy and son William EASTERBROOK

Family 296
male EASTERBROOK   Nancy ? 1806-
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William 1835-
 
 
 
 
 
 

Nancy EASTERBROOK and son William appear in 1851 in St Helier. There are also 3 other younger sons/daughters with the surname Janvrin: Sarah 6, John 4, Samuel 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Easterbrook Family History Last Updated: Site 2018-06-23 Page 2018-06-23

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