1901 Census for Jersey

Reference: S/07/A

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5309. St Saviour - District 1 - From Grands Chemins along St Martin's Main Road turning towards the left on the East of ex Vingtenier Noel's House, Vieux Menage Road following Dielament Road on the Trinity Parish comprising all the houses on the said road which form part of St Saviour's Parish to Trinity by the North and St Martin in the East including all the houses in the Vingtaine of Maufant lying to the East of the above mentioned roads. The boundaries of the district are Trinity Parish on the North, St Martins on the East and Sous la Hougue Vingtaine on the South and District no. 2 on the West. St Saviour - District 2 - Bounded by Trinity Parish on the North by the St Martins Parish and District no 1 on the East by Pigneaux Vingtaine of the South and by Pigneau and Sous L'Eglise Vingtaine on the West. From Grands Chemin by la Fosse a L'Ecrivain towards Le Ponterrain along St Mandin road as far north as La Guilleaumerie near Trinity parish including all the houses of the Western & no 2 district of Maufant Vingtaine bordering and lying to the West of the above mentioned roads. St Saviour - District 3 - Sous la Hougue Vingtaine bounded on the North by Maufant Vingtaine or District No. 1 on the South by Grouville Parish, on the East by St Martin and on the West by Pigneaux Vingtaine. St Saviour - District 4 - The Vingtaine of Pigneaux bounded on the North by Maufant Vingtaine comprising District No 1 & 2 on the South by Districts No 5 or Grande Longueville on the West by part of Sous L'Eglise or District 9 and on the east by Sous La Hougue or District No 3. St Saviour - District 5 - The Vingtaine de la Grande Longueville bounded on the North by Pigneaux, Vingtaine or District No 4 on the East and South by Grouville Parish and on the West by part of the Vingtaine of Petite Longueville or District No 6. St Saviour - District 6 - Boundaries of this District are on the North, Sous L'Eglise Vingtaine on the South, District No 7 on the West Districts No 8 & 9 (on the East Grande Longueville). From Gros Puits in a southern direction towards Petit Menage & Mary Street turning on the main road towards Grouville the houses to the North of the road as far as Grande Longueville including all the houses of Petite Longueville. Part of St Saviour - District 7 - Bounded on the North by District No 6 on the South by St Clemen'ts Parish, the West by District No 8 by the East by Grande Longueville From Grande Longueville boundary on the Grouville Main Road all of the houses to the south of the main road as far as Gautier's Public House passing between the above mentioned Inn and Mrs Bathford Vineries as far as St Clement's Parish including all of the houses at Petite Longueville to the South and East of the above mentioned boundaries.

Reference: S/07/A/1

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5309. St Saviour - Part of District 7 - Bounded on the North by District No 6 on the South by St Clements Parish, the West by District No 8 by the East by Grande Longueville From Grande Longueville boundary on the Grouville Main Road all of the houses to the south of the main road as far as Gautier's Public House passing between the above mentioned Inn and Mrs Bathford Vineries as far as St Clement's Parish including all of the houses at Petite Longueville to the South and East of the above mentioned boundaries. St Saviour - District 8 - Bounded on the South by St Clements Parish and the shore on the West and on the North by District No 9 and on the East by district No 7 South Eastern part of Petite Longueville Vingtaine from the shore up Beach Road to Plaisance Road along the latter mentioned road to Elizabeth Street then also on Don Road to Gautiers Public House, then along the Road East of the said Inn and all the houses to the East and South of the above mentioned boundaries. St Saviour - District 9 - Bounded on the South by District 8 and the shore. On the west by St Heliers Parish on the North by Sous L'Eglise Vingtaine and on the east by Districts 7&8. From the shore at Beach Road to Plaisance Road along the latter metioned road and Elizabeth Lane all the Houses of Petite Longueville to the West & North of the above mentioned boundaries. St Saviour - District 10 - Bounded on the West by St Helier's Parish on the North by District No 12 or North West part of Sous L'Eglise Vingtaine on the East by District No 6 or East of Petite Longueville on the South by District No 9 or West of 10. Part of Civil and Ecclesiastical parish of St Saviour from Bagatelle Road, Heathfield and Clifton House down Wellington Road embracing the houses on both sides, Stopford Road and St Marks Road included. St Saviour - District 11 - Bounded on the East by Les Pigneaux Vingtaine, on the west by District No 13, on the North by District no 12 and on the South by La Petite Longueville Vingtaine. From Bagatelle Main Road taking a Northern direction towards ?? St Saviours Church along St Saviours Main Road to Five Oaks, including all the houses along the said roads and to the east and south of the above named boundary forming part of the Vingtaine of Sous L'Eglise. St Saviour - Part of District 12 - Bounded on the North and West by St Heliers Parish and on the South by district No 10 and on the east by district nos 11 and 13. Commencing at Waverley house on the St Saviours Main Road turning to the left to Springfield Road, Falles Cottage , the Vaux as far East as Les Vaux house up to D'Hautree including Highlands and La Maison de St Louis late Imperial Hotel.

Reference: S/07/A/2

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 3+ RG13/5309. St Saviour - Part of District 12 - Bounded on the North and West by St Heliers Parish and on the South by district No 10 and on the east by district nos 11 and 13. Commencing at Waverley house on the St Saviours Main Road turning to the left to Springfield Road, Falles Cottage , the Vaux as far East as Les Vaux house up to D'Hautree including Highlands and La Maison de St Louis late Imperial Hotel. St Saviour - District 13 - Bounded on the East by the Pigneaux and Maufant Vingtaines, on the West by District no 12, on the North by St Helier's Parish and on the South by 11, from Five Oaks Villa in a South Westerly direction along St Saviours Main Road to Mr Thomas Mourants house, the Rectory, Langley House, ??house, Les Vaux including all the houses to the North and East of the above named boundary forming part of the Vingtaine of Sous L'Eglise. St Saviour's Lunatic Asylum. St Clement - District 1 - Part of the Grande Vingtaine starting from the boundaries dividing the parishes of St Clement and Grouville and extending to as far as the Parish Hall on the St Clement's Main Road and to the Pontac slipway on the Coast Road including all houses and roads within the boundaries. St Clement - District 2 - From Pontac House to Le Hocq Tower and from Lumina Hill to the Parish Hall. Part of Grande Vingtaine and the whole of Vingtaine du Roquiee(?), commencing and including Pontac House on the St Clement's Main Road, including the Rue de Jambast, the Rue de Hocq and all other roads and houses within the above mentioned limits. St Clement - District 3 - Maitland Villa, Le Samares Road ? to Rocque Bay slipway, from said slipway to Old?? Slip and also the Grouville Coast Road to Constantin Lodge. All that part of the Vingtaine de Samares extending from Le Hocq Tower to Rocque Bay slipway on the Coast Road and from Maitland Villa to the Rue de Samares on the St Clements Main Road including the Rue de Samares, the Rue de Roulletaut(?) And all other roads and houses within those limits. St Clement - Part of District 4 - From the Green Island to the Grande Charriere and from the Plat Douet to the Rue de Samares. Part of the Vingtaine de Samares extending from Rocque Bay Slipway to the Grande Charriere to the Coast Road and from the Plat Douet by the Blinerie(?) to the Rue de Samares and St Clement's Main Road from the Rue de Samares to the Grande Charriere Road including the Montpertuis [Maupertuis?] and all houses within those limits.

Reference: S/07/A/3

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 4+ RG13/5309. St Clement - Part of District 4 - From the Green Island to the Grande Charriere and from the Plat Douet to the Rue de Samares. Part of the Vingtaine de Samarès extending from Rocque Bay Slipway to the Grande Charriere to the Coast Road and from the Plat Douet by La Blinerie to the Rue de Samarès and St Clement's Main Road from the Rue de Samarès to the Grande Charriere Road including the Montpertuis [Maupertuis?] and all houses within those limits. St Clement - District 5 - All that portion of St Clement Parish forming part of the St Luke's Eclesiastical district, viz from the Dicq to the Grande Charriere Slipway, from said slipway to the Plat Douet and also St Clements main road from the old George Town Railway Station and crossing to the Samarès Canal Cottages including all houses within these boundaries. Grouville - District 1 - Gorey Village comprising Fort William and the houses fording the New Road leading from the Common to a house 'La Vallette' the property of Chrs Falla, and also those fording the road known as les Maltieres and the road leading to the two water mills situated in the Vingtaine of Les Marais and the remaining houses between said line and the boundaries of the Parish towards St Martin. Grouville - District 2 (Les Marais) the remaining part of the Vingtaine des Marais - St Clements Parish on the south, La Rue Vingtaine of Grouville on the west, La Rocque Vingtaine of Grouville on the east, Gorey Marsh on the North. Grouville - Part of District 3 - Vingtaine of Longueville.

Reference: S/07/A/4

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 5- RG13/5309. . Grouville - Part of District 3 - Vingtaine de Longueville. Grouville - District 4 - Vingtaine de la Rue. Grouville - District 5 - Vingtaine de la Rocque.

Reference: S/07/A/5

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5310. St Brelade - District 1 - The south part of the town of St Aubin's being a portion of the 'Vingtaine de Noirmont' including the Quays, Bulwark, Market Hill and the south part of Les Vaux as far as St Aubin's Hospital. St Brelade - District 2 - The Vingtaine de Noirmont, with the exception of the southern portion of the Town of St Aubin which comprises the Quays, Bulwark, Market Hill and the south part of Les Vaux as far as the St Aubin's Hospital. St Brelade - District 3 - The north part of the said town of St Aubin's being a part of the Vingtaine du Coin including Victoria Road, High Street, La Haule and the North part of Les Vaux extending to the St Brelade Parochial Schools. St Brelade - District 4 - The Vingtaine du Coin, with the exception of the northern portion of the town of St Aubin's which comprises Victoria Road, High Street, La Haule and the North part of Les Vaux extending to the St Brelade's Parochial Schools. St Brelade - Part of District 5 - Vingtaine des Quennevais.

Reference: S/07/A/6

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5310. St Brelade - Part of District 5 - Vingtaine des Quennevais. St Brelade - District 6 - The Vingtaine of La Moye. St Brelade - Sub-District 1 - St Brelades Hospital. St Lawrence - District 1 - That portion of the Vingtaine de la Vallée being the road west and south of the Cemetery and all to the east of a line drawn down the centre of the main road from the north east gate of the cemetery to the foot of Mont Felard, from there to the centre of the Rue du Galet and from there down the centre of that road to Millbrook Railway Station. St Lawrence - District 2 - That portion of the Vingtaine de la Vallée included in the west side of the main road, the Chemin de Cambrai, the Rue de Haut including Mainland and all to the east of a line drawn from the main entrance of Mainland through the centre of the road to Bel Royal Station as far as a line drawn down the centre of the road from the Parochial Cemetery to Millbrook Station. St Lawrence - District 3 - The petites rues, the Chemin de la Ville Emphrie, the Chemin de la Blanche Pierre, the Route de Tesson from Tower Hill to Mainland but excluding Mainland and all that part lying to the west of the Route de Tesson and of a line down the centre of the road from Mainland to Bel Royal Station. St Lawrence - Part of District 4 - The Vingtaine Du Coin és Hatains [Hâtain?].

Reference: S/07/A/7

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 3- RG13/5310. St Lawrence - Part of District 4 - The Vingtaine du Coin es Hatains [Hâtain?]. St Lawrence - District 5 - Vingtaine du Coin Motier. St Lawrence - District 6 - Vingtaine du Nord du Coin es Tourgis [Vingtaine du Coin Tourgis Nord?]. St Lawrence - District 7 - Vingtaine du Sud du Coin es Tourgis [Vingtaine du Coin Tourgis Sud?].

Reference: S/07/A/8

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5311. St Helier - Part of District 4 - Houses between Gloucester Street, part of Esplanade, George Street, Kensington Place, Edward Place, including Newgate Street, Patriotic Place and Patriotic Street. St Helier - District 5 - Cheapside, Old St John's Road as far as Strangers Cemetery, Park Road and lane, West End Terrace, part of Esplanade, George Stand, Kensington Place including Lewis Street and Kensington Street. St Helier - District 6 - York Street (No 1 to 7), Seale Street (No 1 to 27), Sand Street (No 2 to 30), Charing Cross (No 13 to 19), King Street (No 46 to 99), Broad Street (No 2 to 28), Charing Cross (No 19 to 58), Pitt Street (No1 to 6), Dumaresq Street (No4 to 8), Brook Street (No1 to 3), Library Place (No14 and 14a), New Cut (to No 2), King Street (No 39 to 43). St Helier - District 7 - Houses between King Street, Queen Street, Snow Hill, Hill Street, part of Mulcaster Street, Bond Street, top of Broad Street, Library Place, Brook Street, including Morier Lane, Royal Square, Vine Street and Church Street. St Helier - Part of District 8 - Homes between Conway Street, Bond Street, Pier Road, Road at the back of the Military Hospital (West), Old Quay, Cafe Victoria Pier, Commercial Buildings, Weighbridge and part of Esplanade, including Wharf Street, Cross Street, part of Mulcaster Street, Ordnance Yard and Pier Road lanes.

Reference: S/07/A/10

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 4- RG13/5311. St Helier - Part of District 11 - Houses between upper part of Colomberie, Roseville Street, Part of Havre des Pas and Green Street including Marett and other lanes. St Helier - District 12 - Houses between Don Road, road leading to Red Street, lane leading from Red Street to Ruelle Pavée, Grouville Main Road, the Dicq to the Beach, Roseville Street, and part of Colomberie, including Hastings Road, Peel Terrace, Francis Street and lanes.

Reference: S/07/A/12

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 2+ RG13/5312. St Helier - Part of District 16 - Houses between part of St Saviour's Road, Simon Place, Ann Street and part of La Motte Street including Eden and other lanes. St Helier - District 17 - Houses between part of St Saviour's Road to Tunnel Street and Stopford Road, and westward from the brook, Common Lane, Belmont Road commencing at No 23, and Simon Place including Tunnel Street and part of Oxford Road. St Helier - District 18 - Between Stopford Road, Springfield Road and Janvrin Road to Brook, part of Val Plaisant, and upper part of David Place, St Mark's Road, Byron Road, Byron Lane, St Mark's Lane, and part of Oxford Road. St Helier - District 19 - Houses between Stopford Road, Common Lane, Belmont Road from No 22, Bath Street and part of David Place, including Gas Lane, Gas Place, Apsley Road and Chevalier Road. St Helier - Part of District 20 - Houses between David Place, Nelson Street, Vauxhall and part of Val Plaisant, including Victoria Street and Winchester Street.

Reference: S/07/A/14

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 3+ RG13/5312. St Helier - Part of District 20 - Houses between David Place, Nelson Street, Vauxhall and part of Val Plaisant, including Victoria Street and Winchester Street. St Helier - District 21 - Houses between Vauxhall Street, part of New Street, Craig Street, Upper Don Street, James Street, Nelson Street, including Grove Place now known as Halkett Place, Grove Street, Duhamel Place and Duhamel Street. St Helier - District 22 - Houses between Bath Street, part of Beresford Street, Cattle Street, James Street including Arsenal Keeper's House and parts of Nelson Street including also Minden Place and Minden Street both sides and lanes. St Helier - District 23 - Houses between part of Bath Street, Phillips Street, part of Providence Street, Charles Street, Ingouville Place and part of Peter Street, including lane. St Helier - Part of District 24 - East Side Bath Street Nos 21 to 31, South Side Belmont Road Nos 2 to 20, Belmont Place, West Side Ann Street Nos 23 to 47, North Side Charles Street Nos 21 to 35, East Side Providence Street and West Side Nos 19 to 33, North Side Philips Street, Museum Street, Providence Lane, Providence Square, Ann Lane, Ann Place.

Reference: S/07/A/15

Date: 1901 - 1901

Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5313. St Helier - District 27 - Houses between Halkett Place, part of Beresford Street, Cattle Street, part of Burrard Street, Lower Don Street, part of King Street, Waterloo Street and Waterloo Lane. St Helier - District 28 - New Street, Craig Street, Don Street, King Street, Burrard Street. St Helier - District 29 - Houses between part of King Street (Nos 40 to 74), part of New Street (Nos 36 to 4), part of Union Street (Nos 15 to 1), part of Dumaresq Street (Nos 18 to 25) [also has 28 Dumaresq Street], and Pitt Street (No 7), part of Le Geyt Street (1 to 5) including Dumaresq Lane (No 1) and others. St Helier - District 30 - Houses between Upper New Street, Devonshire Place, Hue Street, Dumaresq Street, part of Union Street, including Le Geyt Street and Union Court. St Helier - Part of District 31 - Houses between York Street (East), Parade Place, Clare Street, part of Aquila Road, Lempriére Street, Hue Street and part of Dumaresq Street including Old Street and Cannon Street.

Reference: S/07/A/17

Date: 1901 - 1901

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