The Le Patourel family were one of the few native butchers families in Guernsey. There was a J Le Patourel who was one of the first butchers in the new Meat Market in the 1820s, Frederick LE PATOUREL held a stall in the Meat Market from 1839 to 1857, and Jean Tardif Le Patourel of St Martins held a stall there from 1870. However, the relationship between these three Le Patourel butchers is far from clear, and there is no Frederick Le Patourel to be found in any of the 19th century island censuses.
- J LE PATOUREL
- Frederick LE PATOUREL
- Jean LE PATOUREL m Susan TARDIF
- Jean Tardif LE PATOUREL ( 1841 - ? ) m Augustine Marie MOUCHEL ( 1834 - ? )
- Henry Marquand LE PATOUREL (1842)
- Sophie Dowdney LE PATOUREL (1843 - ?)
- Henry Marquand LE PATOUREL (1847)
- Peter Thomas LE PATOUREL (1850 - ?)
(Those in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- The Le Patourel name has been a common name in the island for centuries (see Donkipedia).
- J LE PATOUREL held stall 30 between 1826 and 1833
- Frederick LE PATOUREL held stall 32 from 1839 to 1857
- Jean Tardif LE PATOUREL held stall 28 from 1870 until at least 1874.
- Jean Tardif LE PATOUREL lived in La Croute, St Martins