These pages list names found in the history of the island of Jersey,  one of the
British Channel Islands  --  ' Les îles Anglo-Normandes '
The name-lists are intended solely for Genealogical Research.  Should an individual name of interest be found, more details may be available from -

C.I.F.H.S Research
Société Jersiaise
Jersey Archive 

Tip:  Use Ctrl+F (most PCs) for searching lists. ( As this website is 'frame-constructed' it is necessary to identify the frame by 'clicking' in it, before calling the Ctrl+F box. )

Mission Statement:  These lists are specifically for historians and genealogical researchers who may be searching for an individual, or family, with a connection to the island of Jersey  There is no commercial element to this website and it is intended purely for academic & private use.

Disclaimer: The Web Author cannot be held in any way responsible for the veracity,  either express or implied or for the fitness for a particular purpose or for any subsequent use made,  of the content of these pages.   For legal protection, all or any information herein must be re-sourced elsewhere if intended for use as evidence in legal matters.

Acknowledgments: The material reproduced is from many sources, contemporary newspapers and journals etc., but in part from the assiduous research work of some local historians in the past, members of the Société Jersiaise and others.  Thanks here are due to these now long gone researchers;  the Rev. J. Alfred  Messervy,  one-time Rector of St. Brelade;   Ralph Mollet, one-time Bailiff's secretary;    the Rev. G..R. Balleine, one-time librarian of the Société Jersiaise,  to mention just a few.  The content is generally in the public domain and for the most part has seen previous publication.

Picus: Website has no connection with any other organization that uses the name "PICUS".

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Ray Le Pivert.  JERSEY, Channel Isles.

      Last modified:
29th Sept,2008