In 1420 Jehan Le Plastrier was born in Rouen, France.
He would have been 10 or 11 years old (the same age as me) when Joan of Arc was burnt alive at the stake by the English.
16 generations later - I'm here.
Jehan Le Plastrier lived until 1507. To reach the age of 87 was very rare in those days.
This was beaten five generations later when another Jehan Le Plastrier lived to the age of 89.
It was this Le Plastrier who, in 1685, fled from France to England where the family became clockmakers.
My great grandmother's maiden name was Le Plastrier and my mummy and daddy have given me Le Plastrier as a middle name.
This Web site was part of my year 6 school project but I then found I had to do an old fashioned (hand written) version - so sorry website not finished
YIPPY - I WON THE SCHOOL PRIZE FOR THE BEST PROJECT :o)
Thanks to Simon and Paul from Austrailia, great you found my site and fantastic that you sent me an e-mail - anybody else out there?
Wow and BIG thanks to Jade from South Africa (and her mum and dad Mike and Cheryl) Emily from California and her dad Geoff. Any more?
ginger @ leplastrier . co . uk
Google doesn't love me anymore, I've fallen off the first page of rankings so just to boost my rankings this site is about the leplastrier family its all about Le Plastrier - leplastrier in Australia, Le Plastrier in South Africa, Leplastrier in California, Le PLASTRIERS everywhere
if I keep repeating the name often enough will Google love me again?
LEPLASTRIER LE PLASTRIER
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