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John Wesley preached in the Long Room of this building 1787

United Club, Church Street, St. Helier, Jersey

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On the Liberation of Jersey from Occupation by German forceson 9th. May 1945 British Naval OfficersSub Lieutenant A.D. Milln and Surgeon Lieutenant R. McDonald draped the Union Jack from a window above this plaque.

Route de la Liberation, St. Helier, Jersey

An island prison faced this site 1693-1815

New St, St. Helier, Jersey

This was formerly The Piquet House used by the military police until 1924.

Church St, St. Helier, Jersey

In this building is the Corn Market circa 1668

Hill St, St. Helier, Jersey

Jean Chevalier Jersey diarist 1589-1675 lived and wrote here

Hill Street, St. Helier, Jersey

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General George Don, Lieutenant Governor. 1806-1814 Gave his name to this street.

Don St, St. Helier, Jersey

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The author Walter Mathew Gallichan was born here 1861.

Hill St, St. Helier, Jersey

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François Godfray 1807-1868 Eminent statesman and advocate worked near here.

Kensington Pl, St. Helier, Jersey

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Government House was on this site from 1802 until 1822

Elizabeth Lane, St. Helier, Jersey

On this site T. J. West a pioneer of cinematograph entertainment, established the cinema known as "West's Pictures" in 1909.

Beresford St, St. Helier, Jersey

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Lord Beresford governor 1821-1854 This street is named after him.

Beresford St, St. Helier, Jersey

Le Moulin A foulon et a bree (16th. century) Was near here.

Bond St, St. Helier, Jersey

Site of La Chapelle De La Madelaine. Later a "Poor House". Removed 18th. Century.

Library Pl, St. Helier, Jersey

This street is named after Field Marshal Henry Seymour Conway, governor 1772-1795. He planned many of the Islands defences.

Bond St, St. Helier, Jersey

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Jean Le Capelain 1812-1848 Jersey artist lived here.

Hill St, St. Helier, Jersey

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Captain F. G. Mulcaster refused to surrender Elizabeth Castle to the French 6.1.1781 This street is named after him.

Mulcaster Street, St. Helier, Jersey

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In a race from St. Malo on Aug 26th. 1912, Jean Benoît piloted the first aircraft to land in Jersey on the nearby beach.

Esplanade, St. Helier, Jersey

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Vice-Admiral Philippe d'Auvergne Prince de Bouillion 1754-1816 lived here 1754-70. Then Chemin De Roy.

Broad St, St. Helier, Jersey

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Albert Gustave Bedane 1893-1980 lived here during the German Occupation sheltering many escapees. For hiding a Jewish woman he was honoured by the State of Israel as 'Righteous Among the Nations'

Roseville Street, St. Helier, Jersey

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This "Old North Quay" was built for the States of Jersey in 1790 by Philip De La Mare.

New North Quay, St. Helier, Jersey

This street is named after The Duke Of York, brother of William IV.

York Street, St. Helier, Jersey

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Terminus of the Jersey Eastern Railway 1873-1929.

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