A butcher accused of adulterating sausages with acid and the arrests of St Helier prostitutes are just two of the stories featured in newly-released documents from Jersey Archive. On 1 January, 200 new records were made public.
Archivist Linda Romeril said islanders could use the documents to get a clearer picture of Jersey’s history, and maybe find out more about their ancestors. Many date from 1911, when George V was crowned, British MPs first received salaries and the Suffragettes stormed Parliament.
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