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Of the Parish of Videuville in the Bishopric of Bayeux in Normandy. Ecer. Sr. de Villiers Gte. de C. Elec.du P. l’Ev M. le 6 Mars 1669. (Ecuyer Seigneur de Villiers Gentilhomme de Corps Electoral du Pont l’Eveque – Squire, Lord of Villiers, Gentleman of the Electoral Corps of Pont l’Eveque)
A descendant of the ancient Seigneurs of Villiers.
In France married Louise Tancrel (variously spelt Tanquerel and Tanerel)
No known children.
A refugee into Jersey after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685.
Louise Tancrel buried in St. Lawrence 28.11.1715.
Married Judith Williams of the Parish of St. Helier Jersey 26.3.1717
2 children born of this marriage, Jacques Hemery born 1717-18 and Peter Hemery born 1718-19.
Jacob Hemery died 17.3.1719.
Judith Williams buried 21.12.1740.
The Hemery Arms – Sable, a crescent between five mullets. Or. Crest – a stags head. Mullets are like six pointed stars.