Sark Family Tree for sale.

We have just acquired a few hand drawn “Sark De Carteret Family Tree” posters.

The author Charles De Carteret (Deceased) bequeathed the art work for our enjoyment.

The research of our ancestors from Jersey and Sark  has been painstakingly reproduced. The map of Sark with colour  drawings in dispersed through the branches of the detailed Family names.

Those interested in acquiring a poster, please notify the Secretary by using the comments page.

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22 Responses to Sark Family Tree for sale.

  1. Jennifer Reid says:

    I am interested in obtaining a Sark De Carteret Family Tree. I trace my family back to Phillippe De Carteret 1593-1642, whose daughter Thomasse De Carteret 1629-1704 m. Jacob Hamon, 1622-1674, whose son Elie Hamon 1659-1721 m. Olive De Carteret, whose son Jean Hamon 1687, whose daughter Marie Hamon 1733 m. Francois Baker, whose daughter Judith Baker 1764-1860 m. Thomas Day, whose son William Day 1805 m. Mary Elizabeth Domaille, whose son Charles Clement Day 1835-1895 migrated to Australia in 1853 and m. Louisa Jane Le Maitre, whose son Charles James Day (my Grandfather) m. Jessie Emeline Kelvy, whose daughter Beatrice Louisa Mary Day 1911-1979 (my mother) m. Percy de Pagny 1907-1989, who had me Jennifer Margaret de Pagny 1947- married Donald Alexander Reid 1935- and our son Alexander Lachlan de Pagny Reid 1991-. Please advise cost of poster and also postage.

    • Hello Jennifer,
      My husband’s mother’s line on Sark is similar to yours in that she was a descendant of Elie Hamon and Olive de Carteret through their son Samuel m Ann Le Feuvre. This line lived at Du Vallerie, Little Sark until recent times.
      Are you familiar with family history “The Hamons of Milton – a family history of migrants from Sark in the 1850’s” by B V Hamon, published 1997? Milton is in NSW. Would like to hear from you if you are interested in sharing information.
      Kind regards, Margaret Torode

      • Jennifer Reid says:

        Hello Margaret. I just discovered your message. Yes would be interested. By the way, I also have a Torode in my family. Clarles Clement Day married Louisa Jane Le Maître whose mother was Elizabeth Hallouvries Torode.

    • Jillian Wilson says:

      Hello Jennifer,
      Would be interested in getting in touch with you. Found your note on the responses about the Sark Family Tree.
      I am descended also from Judith Baker who married Thomas Day whose son Thomas married Susanne Renouf and their son James came to Australia in 1852. Of course I also go back to Phillippe De Carteret.
      I live in Kiama on south coast of NSW Australia. Do you have an email address.

    • Andrew Day says:

      I am Andrew George Day. My grandfather was George Clement Day, a brother of Charles James Day. I think Charles had two sons (your uncles) but am wondering if either or both of them had any male children. I have always believed that I am the last of the Day line, ie carrying the Day name. Would like to make contact. George Clement died in 1970, and my father Clement Jackson Day died in 1985. I don’t recall either of them having had contact with Charles but do remember mention of “Charlie Day of Tatura”

  2. Ann Tate says:

    I am interested in buying a poster of the Sark de Carteret Family Tree, my grandmother was a de Carteret from Sark.
    Regards Ann Tate

  3. Mary Avery says:

    Hi, I am interested in purchasing a poster of the De Carteret’ Sark family tree.

    Kind regards

    Mary Avery nee De Carteret

  4. Lois Foster says:

    What is the cost of the Sark family tree?

    • jthomas says:

      Hi Lois,
      The latest price for a large Sark De Carteret Family Tree Poster is £30 plus p&p.
      Size is 36″ x 25″ (91cm x 81cm)

      • conni cartrette says:

        I am interested in the family tree. Please post the amount would be in American currency.

  5. Tony Cocks says:

    Hi, I’m interested in purchasing a poster for my mother( in Australia). What time range does the tree cover?

  6. Julie Stratford says:

    I am interested in purchasing a copy of the poster. Please contact me on the above email address

  7. Rodney Moore says:

    I am interested in obtaining a Sark De Carteret Family Tree, I have just started to trace my family tree, I am back so far as William de Carteret and Elizabeth Baker who married in Sark on 7/06/1818.
    Thanking you

  8. Margaret Torode says:

    Dear Secretary,
    I’m interested in purchasing a Sark De Carteret Family Tree poster as described above – hope there are still some available. My husband’s mother’s line comes down from Thomas Hamon, one of the first 40, and whose descendants married into at least two Sark De Carteret families.

    I live in Wellington, New Zealand and would appreciate knowing the cost of the poster plus postage, etc. Are we able to pay by Visa.?

    Look forward to hearing from you,
    Margaret Torode

  9. Margaret Anderson says:

    I would like a copy of the tree. Please advise on how to pay.

  10. Desira Smith says:

    Would love a copy of family tree but the one appropriate to my family line, when established. Many thanks. Desira

  11. Charles Eddie says:

    I am a descendent of Sara de Carteret 1642 via the Baker family.
    I would like a copy of the tree.

  12. Ross Jones says:

    Hello, I am a descendant through the Hamon line that came to Australia in the nineteenth century. Am I too late or can I purchase a copy?
    Cheers, Ross

  13. Gillian Whyte says:

    Hello,I am a descendant through the Hamon line ,my Grandmother was a Hamon and my mum was born in Guernsey.I would love to buy a copy of the Sark family tree.
    Best wishes ,Gillian.

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