No 6 Royal Square

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Historic Jersey buildings

6 Royal Square


In this 1860s photograph by Thomas Cutch of Southampton, No 6 is the building on the right of the row standing out from the line of the Royal Court and adjacent buildings

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There is some dispute about whether this rather poor quality photograph dates from the mid 1870s, or the next decade. No 6 is just right of centre, standing out from the line of buildings to the left

Property name

6 Royal Square

Other names

States Building


Royal Square, St Helier

Type of property

Former town house and shop, demolished to make way for extension of States Buildings

Families and businesses associated with the property

Census returns

  • 1871 - David Canning (57) widowed carpenter and widowed daughter Anne Carcaud (22) dress maker
  • 1881 - Jane Fallaize (57) housekeeper, daughter Jane (31) dressmaker, son Thomas (37) shoemaker. Charlotte Mauger (56), milliner, Charlotte (28) tailoress. Charles Sarre (38), master mariner, Jane (37) stewardess

Almanac listings

  • 1874-1880 - Chamber of Commerce
  • 1880 - P Le Brun, solicitor

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