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The What's Your Story Project sponsored by Jersey Heritage corporate member Appleby is now moving into its sixth year.
The project has revealed the stories of Jersey's people, streets and properties and attracted hundreds of visits to Jersey Archive. Archive staff have discovered stories of love and marriage, military heros, witchcraft and murder and crime and punishment.
Our articles have now been placed on the Jersey Archive Blog for you to view.
The articles from the 2009 and 2010 What's Your Story Campaigns are now available for you to read and enjoy.
What's Your Story 2009
Love and Marriage - A Match Made in Heaven?
Witchcraft in Jersey - Fact or Fiction?
Crime and Punishment - Your Ancestors in the Dock
Durell's Menagerie Manor - Researching Your House History
Soldiers Stories - Your Military Ancestors
What's Your Street's Story 2010
Havre des Pas and Grève d'Azette - From Sand Dunes to Seaside Resort
L’Etacq – A Community of Sea and Stone
Riots and Retail – The Early Years of Halkett Place
The Esplanade: Jersey’s Original Waterfront
Cannon Street and The Parade – From Gunpowder to Gardens
Rouge Bouillon – ‘Location, Location, Location’ in the 19th Century
Route des Côtils and Fauvic - A Stroll Through Time - the changing face of a rural community in Grouville
Rue du Crocquet – St Aubin’s High Street
St Saviour’s Hill and Road – A Story of Scholars, Hotels and Health
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