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Establishment of the War Cemetery at Howard Davis Park, includes; Newspaper cutting on the burials of Sergeants D C Butlin and A Holden. Permission to exhume military burials in Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery for re-burial, including a military burial from the first world war - names of those buried included. Plan of the wooden crosses to be used in the cemetery and of the layout of the cemetery with names of people buried there Correspondence re. the care of the cemetery with St Lukes School. Donations to local charities from money given for the Cemetery Reciepts for monuments from J F Carter and Son. Details of members of the forces buried in the cemetery Enquiries relating to burials in Howard Davis Park Cemetery after the war. Correspondence relating to the responsibility for the upkeep of the war cemeteries. Exhumation of the Belgian National, Captain Henri Alphonse Clement Gonay - includes newspaper report. Possibility of new permenant headstones to be erected in Howard Davis Cemetery

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Reference

B/A/W85/3

Date

June 5th 1943 - April 17th 1973

Names

Gonay, Henri Alphonse Clement, Captain
St Luke's School (Plaisance Road)
Holden, A, Sergeant
Butlin, D C, Sergeant
J F Carter and Son
Bailiff's Chambers
Coutanche, Lord Alexander Moncrieff, 1892 - 1973, Bailiff of Jersey, 1935-1961

Keywords

belgian | Cemeteries | First World War | Military | armed services | Burials | war graves | Bailiffs | Occupation | Second World War | Mont à l'Abbé Cemetery | Howard Davis Park Cemetery | Jersey

Dimensions

232 papers

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy

Closed until

2100

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