Messages of congratulations from Channel Island Societies around the world. Includes; Channel Islands Refugees Committee, London, the Jersey Society in London, Channel Islanders in Tanganyika, and the following Channel Island Societies; Bath , B.L.A. - Brussels, Cardiff and District, Exeter and District, Guildford and District, India, Isle of Wight, Leicester and District, Manchester and District, New South Wales, Oxford, Penzance and District, Poole and District, Portsmouth and District, Rochdale and District, Swansea and District, Vancouver, and Victoria

Reference: B/A/L1/1

Date: May 10th 1945 - April 26th 1946

Offer to establish a children's gift scheme from the Channel Islands Refugees Committee

Reference: B/A/L18/2

Date: May 17th 1945 - June 20th 1945

Correspondence and shipping orders relating to gifts of clothing sent through the Channel Islands Refugees Committee

Reference: B/A/L18/36

Date: October 16th 1945 - January 11th 1946

Correspondence with the Channel Islands Refugees Committee, 20, Upper Grosvenor Street, London concerning the census of refugees in the United Kingdom

Reference: B/A/L24/28

Date: September 28th 1945 - October 11th 1945

Channel Islands Refugees Committee and Alderney Relief Committee: Report on the work of the two committees for the year 1943

Reference: L/A/30/E2/3

Date: 1943 - 1943

Notes and newscuttings relating to the conditions in occupied Jersey and aid efforts for the inhabitants of the Channel Islands during the Second World War

Reference: L/A/30/E2/4

Date: 1941 - 1945

Circular letter from the Channel Islands Refugee Committee regarding sending letters to those in Occupied territory sent by the Secretary L V Bailhache

Reference: L/C/04/5

Date: August 26th 1940 - August 26th 1940

Official postcard of the Channel Islands Refugee Committee sent by L G Rive of Brooklyn, St Aubin, Jersey to Stan Rive of 54, Orchard Court, Willow Tree Lane, Hayes, Middlesex in the week after liberation. Says how wonderful it is to be able to write to him again after five years and gives family news. Worried because has had no word from Ray since 1940. Says that he will not know the island when he returns and describes the excitement of liberation. Mentions Elsie Tardivel, her husband and daughter, who were deported to Germany but may now be in England. Asks him to send love to Rosemary, David "Sonny Boy", Betty and Robert.

Reference: L/C/102/A/2

Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945

Notice of a Service in St Martin-in-the-Fields for Channel Island Refugees (not dated)

Reference: L/C/11/19/4

Date: 1941 - 1945

Article about Channel Islanders in Oxford 'Dr Marett talks to new Society'

Reference: L/C/11/19/5

Date: 1941 - 1945

Letter from L V Bailhache, Secretary of the Channel Islands Refugees Committee to Mr P W Walter Davies. [ name has been typed incorrectly on the original and should read Wilton-Davies rather than Walter Davies] concerning the whereabouts of Mr W T Davies

Reference: L/C/132/A/1

Date: January 30th 1941 - January 30th 1941

Copy of a letter from M E Weatherall, Honorary Director, Channel Island Refugees Committee to Mr Davies concerning W T Davies of 3, Edward Place, Parade, St Helier

Reference: L/C/132/A/2

Date: December 23rd 1943 - December 23rd 1943

Red Cross Message from the Channel Island Refugees Committee to W T Davies, 3, Edward Place, Parade, St Helier asking for news to pass on to P W Wilton Davies in Durban, South Africa

Reference: L/C/132/A/3

Date: December 28th 1943 - April 13th 1944

Letter from the Channel Islands Refugees Committee to P W Wilton-Davies concerning a message from W T Davies

Reference: L/C/132/A/5

Date: November 2nd 1944 - November 2nd 1944

Copy of a letter from the Channel Islands Refugees Committee to Mr P W Wilton Davies concerning a message from W T Davies

Reference: L/C/132/A/6

Date: November 2nd 1944 - November 2nd 1944

Information leaflet from the Channel Islands Refugees Committee concerning those evacuated from the Channel Islands and the means of contacting those still in the Islands - not dated

Reference: L/C/132/A/8

Date: 1941 - 1945

Paper titled Laying up the Colours of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey. Relates to the laying up of the colours of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey at a ceremony in the Bishop of Winchester's private chapel at Wolvesey Castle on 7 November [1941].

Reference: L/C/146/A3/3

Date: November 7th 1941 - November 7th 1941

Minutes of a conference held at Government Office Jersey on 18 October 1945 to discuss the subject of welfare of service personnel in Jersey. Signed by Captain H G Le Brocq, Staff Captain "Q".

Reference: L/C/146/B2/9

Date: October 18th 1945 - October 18th 1945

Bulletin of the Jersey Society in London by Philip M de Veulle, Acting Honorary Secretary. Refers to a general meeting and fourth ordinary meeting of the 1944 session to be held on 21 October 1944, the death on active service of Major John Sydney Crill and an account of four escapees from Jersey.

Reference: L/C/146/D1/1

Date: October 9th 1944 - October 9th 1944

Bulletin of the Jersey Society in London by Philip M de Veulle, Acting Honorary Secretary. Refers to the fifth ordinary meeting of the 1944 session to be held on 9 December 1944 and minutes of the meeting held in October [1944].

Reference: L/C/146/D1/2

Date: November 25th 1944 - November 25th 1944

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