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Textile and Leather Goods( Rationing) Orders and the permission for Robert Louis Sangan of Summerland Factory to travel to France to obtain textile supplies
Date: 11 October 1940 - 10 November 1942
Date: 6 May 1941
Sound recording of Jack and Patricia Allaire speaking about the Occupation and the years after. They were interviewed on 15/02/2005 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr & Mrs Allaire talk about farm works, rations, food, the Red Cross parcels for children and adults, entertainment, clothes, school, electricity, collaboration, deportations and the prisonners of war during the Occupation. They also talk about Mr Allaire's family, farm work after the Occupation, cars, buses, tourism, radios, television, the Coronation and Royal Visits.
Date: 15 February 2005
Sound recording of Geoffrey Allo speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 04/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Allo talks about the liberation, school during the Occupation, soldiers during the Occupation, Royal Visits, food shortage and rationing, clothes, Victoria College Prep, the Combined Cadet Force, the Royal Air Force, school sports, cinemas, shops, tourism, Battle of Flowers, International Road Races, working in a ship-broker office, the Hersey Canning Company, bicycles, the visit of General Montgomery and of the Duke of Gloucester, the Death of the King and the Coronation, radios, and televisions.
Date: 4 February 2005
Sound recording of John Bouchere speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 15/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Bouchere speaks about the days leading up to Liberation and the disbelief of peoplet, the realisation that the Germans were defeated, the arrival of the British Navy on Liberation Day, taking German equipment, having a bicycle, the clear up operation, sending the Germans to England, the food coming in to the Island, the Red Cross clothes, working at a garage during the war, converting cars to wood gas, finding petrol where you could, new cars coming in after the War, how the cars were shipped and delivered and the role of the garage.
Date: 15 November 2004
Sound recording of Phyllis Bransbury, née Binding, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 06/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Bransbury speaks about moving to Jersey from Bristol after meeting her husband, living on Plat Douet Road, deciding not to evacuate before the start of the Occupation, her husband's work, growing their own vegetables, improvising when they did not have much, the shortage in food and clothes, the arrival of the Red Cross parcels, listening to the news on a crystal radio set, taking the radio out, the excitement on Liberation Day, the British troops, going to Bristol after the war, the Battle of Flowers and the International Road Race, the increase in tourism and going to the cinema.
Date: 6 October 2004
Sound recording of Ted & Barbara, nee Deloney, Dobson speaking about the Occupation and the years after. They were interviewed on 19/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Dobson speak about being a member of force 135, the basic training, traveling and being stationned at different place, landing at Jersey, the ships coming to Jersey with food, the shortage on the island, the sea wall, how he met his wife, helping with the clean up, working with the Germans in Guernsey, his different stations with the army, being demobilised and going back to Jersey, and marrying his wife. Mrs Dobson speaks about the wedding preparations, the clothes and food rationing and coupons, travelling to London for their honeymoon, their first flat, their first house, having no running water, the battle of flowers , washing the clothes during the occupation, cinemas and dances. Mr Dobson speaks about the International Road Race, his job with the Oil compagny, the death of the King and the coronation.
Date: 19 November 2004
Sound recording of Bob Hambly speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 7/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Hambly speaks about the weeks leading up to the Liberation, unearthing his radio from beneath tobacco plants, school during the occupation, receiving the Red Cross parcels, the German's construction of a railway line, he describes the celebration on liberation day, going back to school after a few days off, the rationing, shopping after liberation, the clothes and shoes shortages, playing football and cricket, matches at the F.B. Fields, describes buildings that changed vocation during the occupation, the clean up of the beaches, the new shops opening, going to The Beaches on bicycles, cars used more frequently, the royal visit, the battle of the flowers, the increase in tourism, the international Road Race, the cinemas after the occupation, St Clements Parish Hall and St Clements Church, gypsies camping in St Clement after the war, radios, the Murratti cup, going on a school trip to Glasgow and the coronation.
Date: 7 October 2004
Sound recording of Sue Hardy speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 26/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Hardy speaks about coming back to Jersey after the war, staying with family a different houses that she describes, the vegetables crops, the shops in town, the celerations of Guy Fawkes' night, her fathers jewelry business, cars, the farm animals, various shops, telegrams, the postal service, nurses and midwifes, rationing, ration books, clothes, shoes, christmas celebrations, the blacksmith and his forge, the use of Jèrriais in everyday life, going to school at St Ouen's Elementary School and the classes, the entertainment after the occupation, the battle of flowers, the food deliveries, the fish market, foreigners in Jersey, pubs, the Breton workers, the cinema Odeon, watching the Coronation on a television, a holiday camp at Plemont, she talks of various parades and fetes and the Colorado beetle infestation.
Date: 26 November 2004
Letter from 'Mary', Haute Couture, 16, Rue du Casino, Dinard enquiring about duty on imported clothes
Date: 12 August 1932
Will and Testament of Louise Françoise Darcel, widow of François Huet, of Fairfield, Trinity. Bequeaths her clothes, linen and jewellery and silver to be divided equally between her children, with her daughter Lydia Ann Huet, wife of Francis Peter Maxime Le Breuilly to have first choice of the jewellery. Dated 28/03/1944
Date: 30 March 1949
Will and Testament of Alice Messervy of 7, Victoria Street. Leaves directions for her burial and tombstone. Bequeaths her clothes and linen to the old Women's Home, Regent Road, St Helier, oak cabinet and contents to Hilda Tozzard, her oak work cupboard to Ethel Vigot, her plate and silver to Marjorie Tregaskis, her jewellery to Joan Tregaskis and the remainder of household furniture to the poor of St Helier Parish Church. Dated 23/01/1939. (Includes one closed document).
Date: 18 November 1949
Will and Testament of Janet Sexey Hall of Waukesha, Roseville Street, St Helier. Bequeath to Sister Ethel Maud Randall all her furniture, clothes, linen, other household effects and £100. Bequeaths jewellery to Mrs Querée of 4, Hastings Terrace. Bequeaths £20 to Nellie Henry, Emily Henry, Helen Luke, Frederick Le Boeuf and Mrs Stone, £100 to Philip Antonio Poch and the rest and residue of her peronal property to the Animals' Shelter. Dated 04/07/1947. (Includes one closed document).
Date: 20 December 1949
Will and Testament of Helene Mary Valpy of 15, Trinity Road, St Helier. Beqeaths a mahogany wardrobe to Adele Gertrude Carletta Demaris Oakden, née Gent and to Emily Vardon, née Valpy, furniture, linen, clothes, silver, plate, pictures and household effects. Dated 26/07/1948. (Includes one closed documents).
Date: 28 December 1949
Copy from the District Probate Registry, Lewes of the Will and Testament of Violet Green of 10, Pembroke Vale, Bristol. Bequeaths to Antony Markham Green her chinese jewellery and case of medals, to Lorna Eulalia Markham Brierley, née Green her clothes and jewellery and her house at 10, Pembroke Vale. Dated 04/11/1946. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: 5 May 1951
Will and Testament of Margaret Jane Horne of 49, Colomberie, St Helier, widow of John Horne, formerly of Sea Braes, St Clement. Desires to be buried in St Clement's Cemetery. Bequeaths to Michael Browning, her personal papers, books, photographs, pictures, silver plated goods, house linen and china ornaments including the Macartney dessert plates; to Doreen Browning and Doris Margaret Browning, her jewellery; to the deserving poor, her wearing apparel. Dated 09/10/1931. Codicil Added 25/03/1943. [Includes one closed document]
Date: 23 July 1951
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
French Army Postcard from Susanne Malherbe to her mother Madame A Malherbe in Nantes about her clothes and uniform
Date: 16 February 1915