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From: "Nicolas Jouault" <>
Subject: Re: [CI] Strays from Sussex- Surname BANKS in C. I.
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 21:30:33 -0000
I have the following on my databases
1871 Ships registrer
"William&Martha" Cutter 22 tons owner W.S.S.Banks
1869 West Cornwall. "Mary Ellen" 25 tons Cutter owner John Banks built
Maritime of the Channel Islands
- Nicolas Jouault
"C.I. WATCH" wildlife of the Channel Islands
----- Original Message -----
From: David Banks <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 6:36 PM
Subject: [CI] Strays from Sussex- Surname BANKS in C. I.
> Hello all
> I am new to this list and I am chasing strays from Sussex.
> They are:- George BANKS and Jane, bn aft 1830, appearing at 98H St
> Saviours Rd St Helier, Jersey in the 1881.
> I don't have his birth/baptism so I am not sure if he went alone to
> Jersey or with his parents.
> They have George, Thomas and Ada with them but seem to have lost a John.
> George Jnr (and Jane the wife) are born in Ireland, so they must have
> left Sussex for Jersey via Ireland - or did George Snr pick up a wife in
> Ireland on the way?
> Also I have an Eliza BANKS who is born/bp approx 1835 who is on the 1881
> at 2 Union Place Grouville, Jersey but with no husband, she is born in
> England, who is her husband - she is a master mariners wife so I presume
> he is at sea!!!
> I am particularly interested in when they first appear in the Channel
> Islands and where they are in the 1901.
> Any help with these particular Banksies would be appreciated, thanks in
> David Banks
> Researching Banks, Gurr, Pattenden, Coppard, Matthews, Cottington(ham)
> in Sussex. Stroud and Hatfield in SE England and Cogle in Shetland.
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