What's New?

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This page lists all new pages added to the site since 1 January 2019, and from time to time also contains important messages about changes to site pages.

Links to content added to the site in earlier years can be found on our 'What was new?' page, which retains the complete sequence of additions to the site back to July 2010.

You should also visit our 'What’s coming?' page from time to time to discover the additions which are planned for the site over the coming weeks and month.

  • What was new – a link to a list of articles added to the site from 2010 to 2018
  • What’s coming? – a foretaste of new articles and family records coming soon

6 January 2019

8 January

10 January

11 January

13 January

24 January

  • Hacquoil: It's not the only work which has been undertaken in the past ten days, but our Hacquoil family trees have undergone a substantial update, and have grown dramatically in individual content and with some extra trees
  • Descendants of Pierre Hacquoil; one of the new trees

26 January

27 January


Jerripedia is now on Facebook. Search for Jerripedia in your Facebook account to discover all the latest information about our website and database and pose questions and participate in discussions about the history of Jersey and your ancestors who lived there

30 January

  • Lotteries: the history of public lotteries in Jersey

1 February

3 February

and associated family trees

6 February

13 February

18 March

24 March

We have been asked why there is so little new content showing on this page of late

The reason is that our resources are being devoted to the ongoing review of family records in our database and family trees on the site

New content is in the pipeline but will be delayed. Many new photographs are being added to the site week by week

8 April

10 April

  • Barfleur: Another Normandy village covered in our collection of old photographs of towns and villages in the Cotentin with Jersey links

5 April

7 April

10 April

14 April

24 April

... and associated family trees

More historical pictures of Normandy towns and seaside resorts

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  • What’s coming? – a foretaste of new articles and family records coming soon
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