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Pages of notes which relate to the negative images in Red Contact File 18B of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The notes concern the subject content of the images, they also include Jersey Weekly Post (JWP) references, and date from March 1946 to November 1946.
Date: 1946 - 1946
Images of a visit made by boys from the Jersey Home for Boys to the Airport. The tour was organised by the Rotary Club. The boys are pictured in front of the second prototype Bristol 170 Freighter aeroplane G-AGVB which became known as the Wayfarer [see JWP 07/09/1946 p 1]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 16 of Red Contact File 18B from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: August 28th 1946 - September 7th 1946
Images of a visit made by boys from the Jersey Home for Boys to Government House as guests of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor Sir Arthur Edward Grasett and Lady Grasett [see JWP 27/07/1946 p 3]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 9 of Red Contact File 18B from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Date: July 18th 1946 - July 27th 1946
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 61. Includes newscuttings of articles and notices published in the Evening Post.
Date: October 11th 1943 - October 22nd 1943
Newscutting from the Evening Post regarding the St Brelade's parish rate and the laying of mines in St Ouen.
Date: October 22nd 1941 - October 22nd 1941
Kenny Stansbridge, holding a tray of pottery cats at the Jersey Pottery, ready for firing in the kiln. Kenny has a twin brother called Gary. They grew up together with Ernie Mallett, the person who took this photograph, in Haut de la Garenne Children's Home.
Date: August 29th 2000 - August 29th 2000
Miss Florence Mary Renouf, retired schoolteacher, interviewed on 23/10/1991, aged 81 years. Includes: Charles II story - he stayed overnight at La Franchise (formerly La Verte Porte), and helped himself to a pear from their tree and as a result no tithes were to be paid, the pear tree was later destroyed; her great uncle John Sullivan was Queen Victoria's historian in verse, he asked her mother for money to bind verses for the Queen, she was expected to pay because there had never been a partage (division of family estate); Sullivan wrote work on Wace, an elegy on Notre Dame des Pas and designed La Viel Marché; the Sullivan family came to Jersey under a curse, family members met sad deaths - Mary was fourth generation, so the curse no longer applied; the first Eli Renouf was baptized in 1714, the name was kept in succeeding generations; Mary was a teacher from the 1930s onwards; teachers were respected; she taught at the Dr Barnardo's home and the Jersey Home for Boys; one boy trained as a pickpocket, another told how his mother left him at Barnardo's; the boys were aged up to 14; illiteracy in Jersey more revalent that today; backward children were kept in infant school and eventually sent to Maison Le Martin (home for the mentally handicapped); education compulsary to age14; there were more handicapped children than in earlier times; Nancy Fauvel, Mary's grandmother, was educated at a girls' school in England - disliked spartan regime, wore short sleeves, no cosmetics; she returned and married Phillip du Pré, rector of St John; they had visiting cards, large tea parties required silver urn; they cultivated the glebe land and brought butter to town twice a week; Nancy rode side saddle with butter basket on her knee; Nancy learned to drive by herself through dangerous lanes; children were told to curtsy as riders passed. Includes typed summary.
Date: October 23rd 1991 - October 23rd 1991
Microfiche of the 1901 Census for Jersey, Public Record Office reference 1+ RG13/5315. St Martin - District 1 - That portion of the Vingtaine de Rozel lying West or thereabouts of the Main Road leading from le Vivier to Rozel Harbour and bounded on the North and West by the Parish of Trinity, and on the South by the Vingtaine de l'Eglise and de la Quéruée. St Martin - District 2 - That portion of the Vingtaine de Rozel lying East of the said Main Road leading from Le Vivier to Rozel Harbour bounded on the North by the Parish of Trinity, and on the East by sea, and on the South by the Vingtaine du Fief du Roi. St Martin - District 3 - That portion of the Vingtaine of Faldouet lying East of the Main Road, leading from St Martin's Church to Gorey, as far as Faldouet Inn and North of the Road leading thence to the Industrial School, and North of the path South of Pilot View leading to the Main Road from Gorey to St Catherine's, leading to Portelet Bay, North of Mont Orgueil Castle. St Martin - District 4 - That portion of the said Vingtaine de Faldouet, South of the roadway leading from Portelet Bay to the Main Road leading from Gorey to St Catherine's, of the path leading from the latter to the road near the Industrial School (South of Pilot View) and South of the last mentioned road, East of the Main Road leading from Faldouet to Gorey, and south of the Lane leading from the said Main Road to the property of Mr John Valpy (South of the house called Mon Plaisir) ending at the end of the latter lane. St Martin - Part of District 5 - The remainder of the said Vingtaine de Faldouet lying West or thereabouts of the said road leading from St Martin's Church to Faldouet as far South as the lane leading to Mr Valpy's property, and bordered on the South by the Parish of Grouville, and on the West by that of St Saviour and the Vingtaine de la Quéruée, also that portion of the Vingtaine de la Quéruée bordering on the West the last described part of Faldouet and circumscribed by the roads called La Rue des Ruettes [Les Ruettes?], La Rue du Bouillon aux Buttes, des Buttes au Rue [Les Buttes?], du Rue a la Bachauderie to the Parish of St Saviour.
Date: 1901 - 1901
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