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VHS tape: Garden at Les Hommets, St Clement (Wagstaffe family home). Midwife, Nurse Gladys Marret holding Nigel Wagstaffe (born 8/5/1940), possibly July 1940. Muriel Wagstaffe with grandmother Rose Wagstaffe holding Nigel. Christening of Nigel Wagstaffe at Aquila Road Methodist Church. Rose Wagstaffe holding Nigel in garden - Leslie Wagstaffe's glasshouses behind. An air-raid shelter was built between them. Ernest and Rose Wagstaffe driven in cart outside Les Hommets. Driver unknown. Nigel Wagstaffe with dog Rufus. All these scenes were filmed during the Occupation. Muriel Wagstaffe with daughter Ruth and Cecil Harrison at the Scriven family home 'Quainton'. Frank Walker at Quainton. Cecil, Eva and Sally Harrison and others in family scenes. Aboard J13 St Clement. This sequence was shot in Belcroute Bay shortly after the end of the Occupation. Two British soldiers, part of the Liberating Force, Jack Cushing (with pipe) and Unknown. Ted Larbalastier (town pilot) aboard the boat. Arriving off Granville. Damaged breakwater at Granville. Ron Wagstaffe took food buyers for Jersey and Guernsey to France: Owen Hall (Jersey) and Louis Guillemette (Guernsey). Landing in Sark - Les Creux Harbour (Maseline being built but not opened until 1949). Ron Wagstaffe and Freddy Averty. International Road Race, Victoria Avenue, Jersey May 1947. Includes shots of cars in pits at West Park. Jack Gallichan aboard J13. Arthur Harrison (Managing Editor, The Evening Post) by mast. Bouley Bay Hill Climb. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.

Reference: Q/05/A/116

Date: 1940 - 1965

Jersey Talking Magazine, June 1977.

Reference: R/05/B/8

Date: June 1977