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Photographs of Mr Jack du Feu, Mr Mike Weedon, Deputy Bob Smale with his wife and five children, and Mr Richard Mayne.
File number: 65
Page number: 3
Date: 15 May 1967 - 18 May 1967
Images of the discovery of a 19th century gun emplacement in St Ouen's Bay being examined by historian Richard Mayne.
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/8800
Date: 10 November 1978
Images of the Boxing Day vintage car rally which included 25 cars and went from Albert Pier to Les Arches Hotel including a Pegeot 1928 known as Le Bébé with Sally Clubb next to it and owned by Paul Clubb [image A-B], a Bentley with registration number J1980 [image F, I-J], a 1930 Austin 7 with driver Geoffrey Grime and passenger Robert Bailhache [image K-L], a vintage fire engine [image M], Timothy Scott Warren driving the 1937 Talbot 10 owned by his father Dr David Scott Warren [image N] and a Bullnose Morris owned and driven by Richard Mayne [image Q] [from JEP 27/12/1978 p 9].
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1978/9267
Date: 26 December 1978
Images of Richard Mayne at Guiton House, Five Oaks, with a Canadian Red Cross parcel from the final months of the German Occupation, containing oats, powdered milk, cheese and cigarettes. Jersey Evening Post
Photographer: Gary Grimshaw
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/3546B.
Date: 31 March 1980
Images of historian Richard Mayne overlooking the Royal Square with his book relating to the Battle of Jersey as well as a notice in the window of Lazard Brothers and Company (Jersey) Limited relating to parking outside of their property in Church Street [image A-C] [from 20/10/1980 p 7].
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5570
Date: 15 October 1980
Images of a launch for the book about the Battle of Jersey written by Richard Mayne, taking place at the Société Jersiaise in Pier Road including the Lieutenant Governor General Sir Peter Whiteley holding the book with the President of the Société Jersiaise Maurice Richardson [far left] [image A], the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut, reading the book with Maurice Richardson and Lady Whiteley [image H-J] and the author Richard Mayne talking to Sir Peter and Lady Whiteley [image L] [from JEP 05/12/1980 p 12].
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6062
Date: 4 December 1980
Images of the Christmas luncheon of the Jersey Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society, which had a talk from Battle of Jersey historian Richard Mayne including Kathleen Livesey, Richard Mayne, Mrs Mayne, Mrs McFadyen, Alec McFadyen and the Lieutenant Governor Sir Peter Whiteley [image A-B] [from JEP 18/12/1980 p 21].
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6196
Date: 17 December 1980
Images of the Junior Inter-Insular Acitivity Weekend at the new Silver Jubilee Activities Centre at Crabbé, St Mary. Includes images of: girls jumping over benches [A-C] including Sarah Nugent [A] and Fiona Jackson [B], both from Guernsey; children running through a wooded area [A-C] including Paula Clive from Alderney [B-C]; an It's A Knockout competition [D-E]; group photographs of all those taking part [F-L]; and the winning quiz team from St Peter's Youth Club featuring Dominic Giles, Mark Harris, Richard Mayne and Paul Le Gros [Q-R] [from JEP 09/06/1981 pp 16-17].
Photographer: Gary Grimshaw
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7748.
Date: 6 June 1981
Images of La Société Jersiaise member Mary Gibb, local military history expert Richard Mayne and Heritage Trust Officer Margaret Finlaison examining a platform from an early nineteenth century coastal gun battery discovered at in the woodland opposite Rue de la Solitude, St Martin in St Catherine during a search for a dolmen [from JEP 18/06/1981 p 3].
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7845.
Date: 16 June 1981
Images of Richard Mayne with a German luger pistol that had been surrendered by the Luftwaffe chief to his RAF counterpart at the end of Occupation and was now being gifted to St Peter's Bunker Museum [from JEP 14/03/1983 p.3].
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/768.
Date: 14 March 1983
Research notes by Richard Mayne relating to the history of HM Prison, Jersey and the States of Jersey Police, includes notes on; Elizabeth Fry's time in Jersey, acts of the States, the Newgate Street/Gloucester Street Prison, the Charing Cross Prison, capital sentences, and the structure of the police force. The research spans the dates 1645 - 1953
Research notes by Richard Mayne relating HM Prison, Jersey during the Occupation period, includes; plans of the prison and different blocks, list of political prisoners in the prison between 1940 - 1945 [not complete], extracts from the letters of Lewis William Roche, a political prisoner, to his wife giving details of life in prison