Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Guernsey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5321. St Peter Port (part of) District 1. Boundary of Enumeration District - on the north by the centre of North Pier Steps, Grand Carrefour, Smith Street and St James' Street to HM Prison. On the west by the centre of New Street, on the south by the centre of Berthelot Street across High Street to south gable of No. 23, thence in a straight line eastwards to the Quay, and on the east by the middle of the Quay. Contents of Enumeration District - south side of North Pier Steps, east side of High Street from North Pier Steps to No. 23 inclusive, west side of High Street from Berthelot Street to Grand Carrefour. South side of Smith Street, the lower end of St James' Street to HM Prison, the whole of Le Marchant Street, including Upper Le Marchant Street, Manor Street [Rue du Manoir?] and Le Febvre Street, the east side of New Street, the north side of Berthelot Street. St Peter Port, District 2. Boundary of Enumeration District - on the north the middle of St James' Street and Grange Road from HM Prison to Havilland Street, on the west by the centre of Havilland Street and the centre of Saumarez Street from Union Street southwards, on the south east by the centre of Clifton and New Street and on the south by Union Street. Contents of Enumeration District - the upper end of St James' Street to HM Prison, west side of New Street, the whole of North Clifton, east side of Saumarez Street, west side of Saumarez Street from Grange Road to Union Street, north side of Union Street, the whole of St John's Street, east side of Havilland Street including Battle Lane, south side of Grange Road from Havilland Street eastwards. St Peter Port, District 3. Boundary of Enumeration District - A - on the north by the centre of Grange Road from Havilland Street to Vauvert Road, on the west by the centre of Vauvert Road to Allez Street, on the north east by the centre of Allez Street and on the east by the centre of Havilland Street. B - on the north by the centre of Brock Road from Doyle Road to Secondary School, on the east by the centre of Doyle Road, on the south by the centre of Grange Road from Doyle Road to Brock Road, and on the west by the centre of Brock Road to the Secondary School. St Peter Port, Dictrict 4 (part of). Boundary of Enumeration District - on the north by the centre of Elim Grove and Gibauderie Road, on the west by the centre of Rocquettes Lane, on the south by the centre of Gravées and Choisi to Brock Road, and on the east and south east by the centre of Brock from Choisi to Elim Grove. Contents of Enumeration District - west side of Brock Road including Rouge Huis Estate, the south side of Gibauderie Road, the whole of Dalgairns Road and Rosaire Avenue, the east side of Rocquettes Lane, the north side of Gravées and Choisi to Brock Road.

Reference: S/07/B/15

Date: 1901 - 1901

Jersey Evening Post Article : 'What's Your Street's Story' - Gloucester Street

Reference: US/1412

Date: September 14th 2016

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : 'Shedding new light on the lives of Occupation policical prisoners' - Occupation historian and Cambridge University lecturer, Dr Gilly Carr, outlines her new book studing Jersey and Guernsey prisons during the German Occupation.

Reference: US/1497

Date: September 24th 2020

Jersey Evening Post Newscutting - Article on the history of Jersey prisons including the first prison built in 1693, Newgate Street Prison and La Moye Prison

Reference: US/170

Date: June 3rd 1995

JEP newscutting - article about researching 'crime and punishment' at the Jersey Archive - 17 September 2009

Reference: US/608

Date: 2009 - 2009

Letter to Samuel Whitbread from Edward Allen: report on prison - as bad as reported, & worse than anything ever seen in England. A new one being built. The sheriff v. humane.(24 July 1812)

Reference: WI/5790

Date: 1812 - 1812

Letter to Samuel Whitbread from Edward Allen: sheriff showed him a good room for prisoners' accommodation. Debtors allowed to walk about for 2 hours daily; they are as comfortable as it is possible to make them. They are arrested on a general warrant. (27 July 1812)

Reference: WI/5791

Date: 1812 - 1812

Letter to Samuel Whitbread from Thomas Schreiber about conditions under which imprisoned debtors live, with sketchplan of prison. 20 October 1812.

Reference: WI/5797

Date: 1812 - 1812

Letter to Samuel Whitbread from Thomas Schreiber: asks that conditions of debtors be brought up in Parliment. Twenty prisoners in gaol; of which 16 were locked up for 2 nights in a room 16" sq. 18 November 1812.

Reference: WI/5798

Date: 1812 - 1812

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