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Digital copy of Social Services Green Sheets as supplied by Lacey Advocates in relation to Witness 128's application to the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 128.
January 22nd 1947 - May 19th 1966
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Case Histories of Witness 128. Proivdes details of Witness 128's Church of England religion, and his baptism at St Thomas' Roman Catholic Church. Notes reason for Care as Witness 128 being illegitimate, with his mother being unable to provide a home for him. Refers to Witness 128's education at St Martin's School, St John's School, and St Helier Boys School. Provides details of Witness 128's employment history. Contains details relating to Witness 128's mother. Details Witness 128's placement history, mentioning Westaway Crèche, [Jersey] Home for Boys, Boarding Out placements, Haut de la Garenne, a Boys Hostel, [Jersey] General Hospital, and St Saviour's Hospital. Provides details relating to the circumstances surrounding Witness 128's birth, mentioning sexual assault, and mother's illegitimacy. Refers to difficulties experienced by Witness 128's mother in caring for Witness 128, leading to Witness 128's admission to Westaway Crèche. Refers to concerns for Witness 128's health upon his admission and delays in Witness 128's development. Refers to Witness 128's placements whilst in Care, mentioning a Boarding Out placement on a farm in the countryside and Witness 128's return to Haut de la Garenne (the amalgamation of Jersey Home for Boys and the Jersey Home for Girls. Refers to Witness 128's education and employment, also describing Witness 128's demeanour and personality. Notes Witness 128's transfer to a voluntary Boys Hostel, also referring to employment in a supermarket. Refers to Witness 128's removal from the Hostel and Boarding Out with a man who previously ran a school for maladjusted boys. Notes difficulties with Witness 128's Boarding Out placement such as transport links and support. Signed by [Child Care Officer] Eileen Aveson.
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