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2-10 Library Place
Channel Islands Bank
Library Place, St Helier
Type of property
No recent transactions
Families and businesses associated with the property
A number of separate records exist before the bank building was constructed Census records
- 1841: 4, John Lean, apothecary; Charles Quesnel, surgeon. 6, Francis Le Maistre, solicitor. 8, George McKee, musician
- 1861: 2, Avis Rigby, 39-year-old widowed wine merchant. 4, Charles Stone (28) and wife Anna – hairdresser, employing boy. 6, Frederick Allan (49) and wife Ann – boarding house keeper.
- 1881: 2, Ann Budden (46) licensed victualler, son and two daughters; 4, Charles Stone (25) hairdresser, wife Ann Eliza, nee Le Maistre, daughter. 6, Clement du Parcq (27) commercial clerk.
- 1891: 2, Maria Bartlett (54, widow) hotel keeper; Mary (26) music teacher; Maria (24) hotel assistant; 4, Elizabeth Huelin (35) grocer, single; 6, Henry Edgar, watchmaker and jeweller (61), assisted by Alice (31), Charles (25), Alfred (19) and Arthur (16); 8, James Flynn (42) railway guard from Ireland; 10, Sarah Ann Payn, bookseller
- 1901: 2, Alfred Baker, publican (50), wife Nora (29) – Vaults Tavern; 6, Robert Edgar, tailor (37) wife Annie, 2 children; 6, London City and Midland Bank
- 1834: 4, W Adams, engraver
- 1874: 2, Mrs Kine, publican; 4, R Stone, hairdresser; 6, J Taylor, bootmaker; 8, Channel Islasnds Bank
- 1880: 2, Mrs Budden, publican; 4, C Stone, hairdresser; 6, J Taylor, bootmaker; 8, Channel Islands Bank; 10, Mrs Payn, stationer
- 1886: 2, H M Bartlett, the Vaults Hotel; 4, C W V Stone, hairdresser; parish clerk’s office; 6 A Edgar, watchmaker; 8, Channel Islands Bank; 10, Misses Payn, stationers, fancy repository
- 1890-1895: 2, Mrs H M Bartlett, the Vaults Hotel; 4 C W V Stone, hairdresser; parish clerk’s office; 6, A Edgar, watchmaker; 8, Channel Islands Bank; 10, Misses Payn, stationers, fancy repository
- 1895-1900: 2, A E Baker
- 1900-1905: 4, Prudential; 6, C W Edgar, watchmaker; 8, London and Midland Bank
- 1910-1930: 6, Prudential; 8-10, London City and Midland Bank
- 1935-1960: 2, Bois and Bois, Latvia vice-consulate; 8-10, London City and Midland Bank
- 1965-1990: 8-10, Midland Bank
Historic Environment Record entry
A high quality building with a distinct Baroque style frontage that forms a group with several other bank buildings in a prominent location and relating to Jersey's banking heritage.
First phase built in 1864 for the Channel Islands Bank. The clock tower plus three bays added in 1900 to designs by Adolphus Curry. Further matching two bays added in 1960s.
Corner site with three frontages of a three-bay corner entrance and eight bays to the side, the two to the east being a later addition.