Descendants of Jean Jean - 2

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Descendants of Jean Jean


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Marie [1] wife of Philippe Jean, the celebrated artist, with their children

Jean Jean at generation 4 has the distinction of being Jean Jean, son of Jean Jean, son of Jean Jean, son of Jean Jean. Nicolas at generation 6 was the son of Nicolas Jean, son of Nicolas Jean, son of Jean Jean, son of Jean Jean, son of Jean Jean

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  • 1 Jean Jean (1600- )
    • 2 Jean Jean (1635-1710) (St O) m (1654, St O) Georgette Herivel ( -1692)
      • 3 Philippe Jean (1655- )
      • 3 Judith Jean (1655- )
      • 3 Georgette Jean (1659- )
      • 3 Jean Jean (1665- ) m (1685, St O) Sarra du Heaume
        • 4 Jean Jean (1686- )
        • 4 Philippe Jean (1689- )
        • 4 Nicolas Jean (1690- ) m (1722, St O) Susanne Barbier (1689- )
          • 5 Jean Jean (1722- )
          • 5 Nicolas Jean (1728- ) m (1752, St My) Marie Elizabeth Grandin (1730- )
            • 6 Nicolas Jean (1753- )
            • 6 Philippe Jean (1755-1802) Artist m 1 (1781, St Martin, Guernsey) Anne Magdalene Noel (1758-1787) daughter of Jean and Elizabeth, née Tanqueray (St H)
              • 7 Roger Jean (1783-1828) m (1804, St S) Anna Maria Jenet (1782-1856)
                • 8 Catherine Jean (1805-1877)
                • 8 Ann Magdalene Jean (1806-1878)
                • 8 Mary Anne Elizabeth Jean (1807-1882)
                • 8 Philip Henry Jean (1808-1814)
                • 8 Emma Jenet Jean (1811-1883)
                • 8 Charles Bernard Jean (1813-1886)
                • 8 Henry Anthony Jean (1815-1884)
                • 8 Louisa Wiley Jean (1817-1830)
                • 8 Harriet Jane Jean (1819-1869)
                • 8 Edward Jean (1824-1824)
                • 8 Charlotte Durell Jean (1824-1825)
              • 7 Anne Marthe Jean (1787-1788)
            • 2nd wife of Philippe Jean m (1788, St S) Marie de Ste Croix (1763-1820) [2] daughter of Jean, and sister of Aaron (St H)
              • 7 Mary Jean (1789-1857) (Eng) [3]
              • 7 Harriet Jean (1790-1830) [4]
              • 7 Philip Jean (1792-1800)
              • 7 Henriette Elizabeth Jean (1797-1873) [5]
          • 5 Edouard Jean (1730- )
          • 5 Judith Jean (1734- )
        • 4 Jeanne Jean (1702- )
        • 4 Collette Jean (1705- )
    • 2 Sarra Jean
    • 2 Philippine Jean

Notes and references

  1. See note below
  2. There are two issues here. Firstly, Dlle Marie de Ste Croix married at St Saviour "Mons. Philippe Jean, de Londres.." Her four children were christened at St George, Hanover Square, Middlesex, as children "of Philip and Mary Jean". She returned to Jersey with her surviving children and was buried as "Dlle Marie de Ste Croix, widow of Mons. Philippe Jean", on 13th March 1820. However, Balleine, in his Biographical Dictionary of Jersey, (below), 331, 332, gives her name as "Sara". She may have been Marie Sara de Ste Croix, but no church or other record has shown this to be the case. The second issue, is that Balleine, describes her as "daughter" of Aaron de Ste Croix. No such daughter has yet been found, although the date of birth given online by the artist`s family for his wife, 1763, agrees with that of the above Marie. The most likely solution is that Balleine was mistaken and that all six church registers were correct. It is therefore presumed, but not proven, that she was the daughter of Jean de Ste Croix, and thus sister of Aaron
  3. Born in London and christened, as were her siblings, at St George, Hanover Square, she ran, with her sister Henrietta Elizabeth, a School for Young Ladies, in Don Street, St Helier: reference below
  4. Piano teacher: reference below
  5. She ran a School for Young Ladies, with her sister Mary, above. She was herself an artist, as the Hospital Committee in Jersey commissioned her in 1830 to copy the portraits of Francois Bartlett and Marie Mauger, his wife, for their Committee Room: George Balleine, A Biographical Dictionary of Jersey
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