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New issue of stamps available on the 01/06/1943. Includes copies of six, Republique Francaise stamps, and prices and examples from M. Pouget, Imprimerie Nationale des Timbres-Poste, 103, Boulevard Brune, Paris.
Date: 3 February 1943 - 7 July 1943
Poster advertising Blampied Centenary Exhibition 1886-1986, also at the Guernsey Museum (May -March)
Order concerning registration of sojourners. Official notices and orders, newscuttings, lists of people in hotels for the night, correspondence from the Field Commandant and Clifford Orange, Chief Registration Officer, requests to sleep at alternative addresses
Date: 7 June 1941 - 4 November 1942
States of Jersey Christmas card facsimile of the reverse side of the £1 note issued in Jersey 1941 designed by Edmund Blampied
Date: 1960 - 1969
Volume of Annual Returns from individual island schools. The names of theattending children are recorded along with attendance summaries, inspectors reports, accounts, examination results and the names of teachers and pupil teachers. This volume has been indexed by name of person mentioned. The volume can be viewed at the Archive to access extra detail.
Visitors Book containing signatures of visitors to St Heliers Boys' School. Contains Signatures from John Le Marquand and Edmund Blampied and States members.
Date: 1 July 1959 - 20 July 1967
Photocopy of Trinity School Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.
Date: 15 October 1878 - 15 March 1926
Will and Testament of Harold Walter Giffard, of Roche d'Or, Samarès, an advocate. Desires to be buried in the vault he caused to be built in the St Clement's Cemetery with a suitable headstone. Bequeaths to Peter Hawksford Giffard, the decoration and diploma of the Legion of Honour given by the Government of the French Republic and the miniature decoration of the same order, the cross of decoration of Orange-Nassau awarded by Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands to be returned to her and for Peter Hawsford Giffard to keep the miniature decoration and diploma of the same name and documents relating to the decorations, further Peter Hawksford Giffard receives all the law book at Roche d'Or and in the room at 23, Hill Street together with the furniture in the room on condition that he becomes an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey within a year of his death, if this does not happen they are bequeathed to Philip Antonio Poch. Bequeaths to Albert Edward Ereaut, any six books he selects from the library at Roche d'Or; to Peter Hawksford Giffard, all clothes, jewellery, watches, chains, trinkets and all silver glass vases bowls and decanters and all his masonic regalia, jewels and rituals unless his son is not a freemason at his death then it will be presented to the Grand Master to dispose of as he sees fit; to John Wilfred Le Boutillier, three dozen bottles of wines or spirits of his choice; to Dorothy Mary Le Boutillier, wife of John Hagar Pettit, £25 to purchase a token of remembrance; to Pierre Moussaud, his sleeve links of dumb-bell pattern; to Odette Rondot, a musical watch; to Annie Clare Howard-Edwards, née Norman, two silver mounted liqueur decanters and liqueur glasses; to Captain John Anquetil Norman, all his fishing rods, cases, gear and tackle; to Angelo Nelson Symons, any one etching drawn by Edmund Blampied; to Henry John Shone, an antique candle snuffer and tray; to his wife Hélène Henriette Giffard, née Gouillard, the whole of the furniture, pictures, prints, silver, plate, wine, spirits not specifically bequeathed; to Mabel Frances Maclure, née Giffard, any trinket she may decide to select as a memento. Dated 12/07/1941. Codicil Added 09/10/1945. [Includes one closed document]
Date: 3 November 1951
Will and Testament of Harriette Haverstock Cohu, née Bowman, widow of Canon Clifford John Cohu, of Mannamead, St Lukes, St Saviour. Desires to be cremated and that her ashes be buried in the Deslandes-Beauvoir vault at St Saviour's Cemetery and that her executors erect a small stone with her name on it. Bequeaths to Alfred Haverstock Bowman, a large antique silver teapot, two antique sauce boats with two ladles, one silver loving cup, two silver table spoons and six dessert spoons with rose pattern, one small round antique silver salver and two large silver salt cellars and two spoons; to the Public Health Committee, the portrait of her late husband by Edmund Blampied to be hung in the Jersey General Hospital where her husband was a chaplain; to the headmistress of the Jersey College for Girls, £1000 to erect a hall; to St Paul's Church, £200; to St Andrew's Church, £200; to the Home for Aged and Infirm Women, £1500 towards the renovation of the roof; to the Société Jersiaise, £500. Dated 07/12/1956. Codicil Added 31/05/1957. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: 6 February 1959
Baptism Register of St Martin's Church - Edmund Blampied, son of John Blampied and Elizabeth Blampied
Date: 25 April 1886
Copy of 'Jersey Theatre-Number 1' magazine with cover by Edmund Blampied including an interview with Kenneth Britton, an article entitled 'Stage Asides' by Reg Grandin, reviews, competitions, music, an article entitled 'Why Act?' by Paul Williams, an article entitled 'The Pastime for the Million' by Marjorie Kaenel, a profile of Edmund Blampied and letters
Date: 1 June 1944 - 30 June 1944
Copy of 'Jersey Theatre-Number 2' magazine with cover by Edmund Blampied including an article entitled 'Hallo, Me 'Earties!' by Dusty Walker, reviews, an article by Marjorie Baker about Frederick Lonsdale, an article called 'Pity the Poor Prompter' by Reg Grandin, an article entitled 'The Record Breaker' by Rex D Kirby, an interview with Mrs Stevenson, an article entitled 'New York Calling!' by José Lillicrap and music
Date: 1 July 1944 - 31 July 1944
Copy of 'Jersey Forum-Number 3' [formally Jersey Theatre] magazine with cover by Edmund Blampied including articles entitled 'Nature Diary: July' by H J Baal, 'Variable Star' by K J Nowlan, 'Jottings of a Journalist' by Joan Kennedy, 'Training for the Ballet' by Yvonne Le Sueur, 'Some Early Jersey Newspapers' by G R Balleine, 'Work and Play With' by Marjorie Kaenel and Enid Le Feuvre and music
Date: 1 August 1944 - 31 August 1944
Copy of the poem 'Spring, 1945: Song of the Old Men' by Winter Le Brocq and illustrated by Edmund Blampied