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Channel Island records

Minns, George, 1855- (Main Author)
Journal Article
English
p. 87-91

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History of the four most important Channel Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark, from 1248. The article details land conveyances, prominent figures, frequent changes of leadership, etc. The earliest records beginning in 1248 are rent-rolls and other civic documents that contain vast amounts of genealogical and historical information and have appeared in print since 1873 thanks to the Societe Jersiaise. Church registers begin after the 16th century. Guernsey has 10 parishes the principal being St. Peter-Port consecrated as early as 1312. Listed are birth, marriage and death records from Catel Parish from 1757-1786, St. Martin's Parish from 1762-1783, St. Peter Port Parish from 1704 to 1759, Forest Parish from 1783-1795.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Utah genealogical and historical magazine - v. 6 (1915) - Apr. 1915

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