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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 17. Include newscuttings from the Evening Post.




April 11th 1942 - April 30th 1942

Scope and Content

Includes newscuttings of: a form issued by the Department of Transport and Communications relating to particulars of motor vehicles further to an order dated 9 April 1942 concerning motor vehicles; an article about Jerseyman John Goldsmith having been awarded the George Medal; notices in the On the Field of Honour column regarding the deaths of Edward C Macon and Donald Howard; and an article calling for islanders to grow their own food, with lawns and flower beds sacrificed in order to do so.


Brée, Touzel John
du Val, J, Constable of St Peter
Gale, Mr
Gale, Mrs
Goldsmith, Henry
Goldsmith, John
Goldsmith, Magdalene Florence, née Godfray
Howard, Donald Arthur
Jackson, Irene Florence, née Buhts
Jackson, Louis Francis
Le Flohic, Annie Mary, née Du Feu
Le Flohic, Francis Joseph
Macon, Edward Charles
Macon, Florence Evelyn, née Patch
Norman, James Messervy
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Baker Brothers (builders)
Department of Transport and Communications
Evening Post
Gordon Benett Wholesale (Jersey) Ltd
James Martland (Jersey) Limited
Jersey Mechanics Institute
Motor Traffic Office
States of Jersey


Coie House, St Saviour's Road | Grouville | 5, Library Place | 25, Hue Street | 25, Manor Park Estate | Pauls Mill, St Saviour | St Saviour | deaths | Food | forms | growers | Medals | Motoring | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | Orders | scrapbooks | vehicles


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