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St Helier, Jersey Channel Islands
St Helier (Saint-Hélier, St Hélyi) is a town and parish, and the islands capital. It has a population of over 28,000.
 
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Luce
Looking for any connections with a Mrs Luce living at 14, Clarence Rd , St Heliers around 1901 +/-10. The founder of the town of Waipawa in New Zealand Frederick Sedgwick Abbott was boarding here with his wife Ida. He died in 1901 and she died in 1943, (not sure where she was living)
Posted: 2021
COLLAS Family St. Helier, Jersey 1800s
Looking for the family of Edward & Sarah COLLAS- St. Helier- Jersey 1800s
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Le Gros Family
I am the ggson of John Le Gros, Surgeon of Clare Street, St. Helier who married Ellen Chinnery Britton of Donegal, Ireland. Any connections would be welcomed. I have extensive information and am willing to share
Posted: 2012, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Lieut General Frederick George Lister
My Great Great Grandfather, born in London 1790, Lieut General Frederick George Lister died in St Helier, Jersey on 28th Feb 1870 at the age of 80. He died at number 6 Norfolk Terrace, St Helier and is buried in Mont à LAbbé cemetery. As far as I am aware, there was no history of his family in Jersey before he moved there (he is still listed as being in the Bengal Army the previous year) and I can find no one of his family remaining there after his death. His family before and after him are centred around London. I know that his half Indian daughter Sophia predeceased him in London, and that the other children by a different Indian local stayed in India (I am from this line, though some of the descendants ended up back here in the UK!). He had two children via his marriage to Hariette (Hamilton) Pearson but they seem to be on the mainland, and even his widow shows up on the 1871 census a year after his death in London. It seems that his stay there in Jersey was very fleeting. In his will, his usual address is given as being in Sussex. So I am intrigued - why did he die in Jersey? It seems that where he died was an affluent area, and it also seems that he had bought his burial plot himself before his death. I wonder if he had perhaps intended to do as many people were doing - being attracted to Jersey's financial perks and newly up-and-coming area there, in Rouge Bouillon, but perhaps his death came sooner than anticipated and his widow decided to move in with her granddaughter in London rather than be alone. I would love to hear of anyone who may know anything about this, or about the general way of this part of the island. Thank you in advance.
Posted: 2020
red mail James Thomas Smith
On his 1876 New South Wales marriage certificate, my 2nd GG says he was born in Jersey in 1852 to a Joseph and Catherine Smith. There was a St Helier birth to a John Smith and Catherine Finn in 1852. But it casts doubt on his origins. After all, he lists his occupation as mariner and address as "all around the Australian coast". Funny man.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Lynda/Linda Lane
I am trying to find out any information about my great grandmother Lynda Lane. She was born on Clearview Street, Jersey, Channel Islands on Feb. 20, 1868. Her mother's name is Mary Ann Lane. Her father's name may be Cecil Lane. I do not know if Mary Ann and Cecil married. Lynda/Linda Lane first married Charles William Youdell. Later, she married Henry Albert Lockyer.
red mail Military in St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
What military bases were there in St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands in 1867-1868? Is there anyway to get a list of men that served during this time? I think Cecil Lane may have been stationed there.
red mail Captain John Dumaresq Le Couteur
My G grandmother was born in Jersey, and had 2 brothers. Her parents were Capt J. D. Le Couteur b about 1827 or 28 & Mary Ann Le Couteur. She came to NZ in 1880. I want to trace any relatives to this family, alive or past, or someone who knows details of this family. My G grandmother was born about 1854, her brother were born in St Helier. John Dumaresq 13 Jan 1859, Walter Charles b. 30 April 1865. She also had a sister Eliza who also came to NZ & I know about her. What happened to J. D. Le C. junior and Walter Charles?


 
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