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Photographs of Mr Phil Mourant, photographs of Mr Alphonse Le Gastelois, the self-described King of the Ecréhous, who lived as a hermit on the archipelago for 14 years, with his dog at his home at Dumaresq Street, and photographs of Deputy Bob Smale.

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Reference L/A/75/A2/POR/79/8
Date 6 November 1975 - 18 November 1975
Names Mourant, Phil
Le Gastelois, Alphonse
Smale, Bob, Deputy
Royal Court
Keywords courts | deputies | Dogs | hermits | Personalities | Portraits
Category L/A-Businesses
Places Écréhous, Dumaresq Street
Dimensions 8 Photographs
Language English
Level of description File
Creator Jersey Evening Post, The
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
Subject 8
File number Portraits
Page number Page

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