Welcome to Jerripedia, an initiative to collect and share knowledge about Jersey's people, places and heritage.
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, a 45 square mile rock in the English Channel. It has a fascinating history for a place so small and islanders have spread their influence throughout the world over the centuries.
This site enables those with connections to Jersey to trace their family histories and discover what the island was like in days gone by. Jerripedia is growing all the time and anyone is welcome to make a contribution - see the box below to find out how to go about editing and adding articles of your own.
If you do not want to edit the site yourself, you can also send family trees, histories and photographs, and information about ancestral homes in the island and anything else you think would be of interest, to the editor for inclusion in Jerripedia. See contact details below.