Blanche Pierre

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This Trinity property, in Rue de la Blanche Pierre, was named after the white stone, believed to be a menhir, forming part of the garden wall. There are elements of the property which can be dated to the second half of the 18th century, but a datestone was previously present with the date 1581. This was the second oldest stone on a Jersey house, but it has vanished.

No information is available on any families which owned the house.

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