We have pleasure informing our members and interested parties of the launch of a new book by Jane Ashelford on the life and times of Philip De Carteret R.N.
les noms de mes ancêtres sont de Carteret (guy dit l’oiseleur ) et ELIE SYVRET 1761- marié a HAMPTONNE 1740-
Nom de ma mère LHUISSIERE VILLE ST MALO
j’ai un ancêtre Sir Richard De Carteret 1452/1502 marié a Margareth HARLISTON 1452/1473
Son frère Edouard de CARTERET marié à Marie SARRE Ascendant de Diana spencer
My historic family of VALPY have connections to the De Carteret’s of Jersey.
According to my and other researchers I am a 5th cousin of Capt Phillip De Carteret the navigator. I have always wondered why there seems to be no public recognition of this
gentleman, a statue or something in a public place.
I am a firm believer that had he been better equipted by the Royal Navy with a
more seaworthy vessel he may have gone on after discovering Pitcairn Island and found
New Zealand & Australia before Capt James Cook.
I have just found this page. What a treasure trove of information. I am interested in joining this group. Please inform me of the official way to join.
I am a desendant of John Thomas Catrett (Carteret), born 1784 in the Carolina Territory (North Carolina, USA) today.
Thank you for finding Le Cercle De Carteret. My Uncle Mike De Carteret has been studying the Cartrett family in the USA. I shall pass your information on to him. Please consider yourself as joined our Le Cercle De Carteret Group. I have your e-mail address so I will contact you via that. If you would like to donate toward the upkeep of the web site, I shall give you details in my e-mail. Look out for Jenthomas71@hotmail.com . Thanks
Hi, researching family tree and have got as far as Guilliame (Guy) de Carteret (First Lord of the Manoir de Carteret). This plaque is interesting but where did the information come from? In medieval history and hunting, a L’Oiseleur is a very highly skilled falconer who rides with the hunt, and as such would have the ear of the Duke.
Thank you for contacting Le Cercle De Carteret.
I would be interested to know about your research.
What name did you start with? Was your Mum, or Grandmother a De Carteret? Or maybe you have male relatives with the surname De Carteret.
As I would be interested in the links you have followed to the point you arrive at where the De Carteret’s start.
You mention a plaque, is it the one on the Chapel of St Loise in Carteret, Normandy?
Yes, I agree with the true information on Guilliame De Carteret, we do know he was indeed the Falconer for William the Conquerer.
Look forward to hearing your answers.
Jennifer Thomas (nee De Carteret) in Guernsey, Channel Islands (Secretary for Le Cercle De Carteret)
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