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Channel Islanders Abroad

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Channel Islanders Abroad

The purpose of this project is to record the GENi profiles of men/women of the Channel Islands who died abroad - the profiles of Channel Island people of significance who either emigrated to various parts of the world and died there, or who died abroad in other circumstances -conflicts, exploration etc. Notable or interesting examples of Channel Island born men/women who died abroad can be featured below.

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Channel Island Convict Lists

Colonial Secretary*s Office, Sydney, 17 th June, 1844. PARDONS - HIS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that tile Right Honorable the Secretary of State for the Colonies has transmitted in his Despatch of the 28th January, 1844, Free Pardons, which Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to grant to the undermentioned persons, namely :— Free Pardons, dated 27th January, 1844.

  • Theodore Bechard
  • Charles Bergevin (dit Langevin)
  • Charles Guillaume Bouc
  • Jean Baptiste Bousquet
  • Constant Buisson
  • Antoine Coupal (dit Loraine)
  • Joseph Dumouchelle
  • Jean Laberge
  • Hypolite Lanctot
  • Etienne Langlois
  • Etienne Languedoc
  • Jacques Longtin
  • Moyse Longtin
  • Joseph Manceau,(dit Petit Jacques)
  • Pascal Pinsonneau
  • Theophile Robert
  • Edouard Pascal Rochon
  • Jeremie Rochon
  • Francois Xavier Touchette
  • Louis Turcot

All by the ship Buffalo. By His Excellency's Command E. DEAS THOMSON.

PARDONS. (1844, June 18). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), p. 818. Retrieved February 6, 2019, from

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this project is in HistoryLink