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Jersey (JSY, Channel Islands) Channel Islands
Major town: St Helier
Population 1801: 28,600
Population 1961: 63,550
Not part of Great Britain but it is part of the British Isles. The Channel Islands are possessions of the Crown. http://user.itl.net/~glen/jersey.html
 
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red mail GODWIN and SHAYNE marriages.
I'm seeking details on where I can acquire knowledge about marriages between GODWIN and SHAYNE surnames. Spec concerning a person I was close with who died recently (Connor Shayne Godwin 3 June 1995-2015). He was adopted and I am trying to trace his biological lineages, which was something I was trying to help him do whilst he was alive. Any help would quite obviously be appreciated. Thanking you in the advance and whatnot.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Abbott
Further to my previous entry regarding Frederick Abbott who died in 1901 at 14 Clarence Villa, Clarence Rd, St Heliers. Can anybody give me any information regarding subsequent occupiers also of his wife Ida Harlington , (nee Bradberry) who resided at 109 Don Rd, Haut de la Ville, St Heliers.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Luce
Further to my post about Frederick Abbott, I would like to contact anyone related to Annie E Luce who is noted as 'Head' of house where Frederick and his wife Ida lived at 14, Clarence Rd St Heliers at the time of the 1901 census.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Abbott Bradberry Gostenhofer
I am searching for information regarding Frederick Abbott who died 17th June 1901 at Clarence Villa, 14 Clarence Rd, St Heliers. He was survived by his wife Ida Harlington Bradberry OR Ida Harlington Gostenhofer. The last name may be from a previous marriage. The Abbott family were associated with the Bow Brewery in London and Frederick was the founder of our town in New Zealand but disappeared about 1872, only to surface as marrying Ida in Croydon in 1885. An enigma!
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
Hardy,Dorset & St. Helier
Philip Hardy b. Dorchester Dorset, m. St. Helier, Jersey, Ester Healy b. Tullamore, Offlay, Ireland. children Philip, Eliza,George, Harriet and James. Son George m. Martha Simmons St. Helier 19.5.1855. children George b.St. Helier 1.3.1856 and Emily Esther b.St. Helier 3.5.1857. George came to Australia 'Washingotn Irving" 27.9.1851.with 'wife' Martha and son George. Census research shows Martha wife and daughter Emily Esther still in Jersey, where Martha later remarries . Who did George bring to Australia. Birth of children b. Australia are recorded with 'Martha Simmons' mother. Philip eldest son of Philip and Ester already in Australia- ship's captain.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Dalton
Frances DALTON married a BERTRAM in Jersey. Her sister Emma DALTON married Matthew DIXON and died in Montreal in 1853. The DALTON family may or may not have come from Jersey. Has anyone encountered it? Jeanette
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
red mail LEIGH
Any information please on an Elizabeth LEIGH, of 19 Gloucester St, St.Helier, Jersey, in 1863. Probably the landlady of a boarding-house, and possibly born "England" ca 1816, and a widow (in St.Helier) in 1881.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail Bartlett
Looking for information about Frederick Waylett Bartlett, born 1886 in St Helier, Jersey, both ancestors and descendants.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Esnouf
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2019
red mail NEWALL/ KILLEY
Ann louisa( Annie)Newall formerly killey died in st helier in 1941. anyone know anything about her or her husband/ thank you
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016

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