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Nicholas Careye B24

Constable of St Peter-Port
Guernsey

bap. 19 Jun 1666 - bur. 29 Dec 1745

son of Nicholas Careye
and Marie de Havilland

Married: (1) 31 Mar 1687

Marie de Beauvoir

b. 30 Apr 1668 d. 29 Feb 1707
daughter of James de Beauvoir - Jurat
and Anne de Lisle

Married: (2) 1 July 1708

Marthe Careye (C28)

bur. 20 Mar 1724 s.p.
daughter of Nathaniel Careye (C17)
and Jacquine Careye

Married (3) 1 Mar 1726

Marthe Careye (F36)

daughter of Pierre Careye (F19)
and Marie de Beauvoir s.p.

Issue :

Anne (B37)
James (B38)
Nicholas (B39)
Daniel (B40)
Anne (B41)

Nicholas Careye

Nicholas Careye was Constable of the St Peter-Port in 1700.

His name with that of James (F32) is to be seen on the Barrieres de la Ville, one of which is next door to the Post office in Smith Street.

On 25 Feb 1706, he is noted as un des pricipaux habitans de la Ville on a committee to supervise some works on the Harbour, and on 6 Sept 1708 agrees to be among a number to subscribe one third of the expenses of a delegate to the Privy Council to protest against the proposal to establish Custom-Houses in the Island as being contrary to the privileges of the Island.