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Date: October 27th 1942 - October 27th 1942
Appeal to the public, from the Bailiff in the Jersey Evening Post, for material capable of being turned into an article of clothing, includes correspondence with Miss Messervy, Mr Leopold - Captain of the La Moye Golf Club and Philip Le Quesne who had the idea to make a public appeal for clothing.
Date: December 9th 1944 - December 9th 1944
General details of the deportation of British Subjects living in Jersey to internment camps; Two separate series of lists of British subjects transported to Germany on the, 16/09/1942, 18/09/1942, and 29/09/1942 (3rd list included for 29/09/1942) Notice of Evacuation of British subjects in the Jersey Evening Post. Resolution from the Superior Council of the States of Jersey against the deportation of British Subjects. Handwritten notes on the deportation of British Subjects by A Coutanche, Bailiff . Notice in the Jersey Evening Post from the Jersey Internees Aid Committee re. distribution of parcels to internees Correspondence with the camp captains re. contents of parcels, requests for goods, lists of goods and books sent from Jersey. Includes details of collecting centres in Jersey. List of those transported to Germany on 13/02/1943 (2 copies of list) and 25/02/1943 List of internees returned from Laufen internment camp, 16/03/1944. Post war enquiries about the following British subjects deported to Germany; Arnold Byron, Ronald Frederick Stocks, and Terence William John Gamble See also B/A/W42/6 for transmission of funds
Date: September 15th 1942 - September 22nd 1976
Cutting from the Jersey Evening Post on Making the Island Self-Supporting - involves the collaboration of the German and Island authorities to change the agricultural policy and develope trade routes with France. This file was found in 1998 in a piece of furniture from the French Consul it has been added to the list of Bailiff's files
Date: January 7th 1941 - January 7th 1941
Date: 1945 - 1955
Date: February 23rd 1944 - February 23rd 1944
Date: July 19th 1945 - July 19th 1945
Bailiffs correspondence regarding procedure for appointing a Queens Counsel [folder contains multiple files numbered 581-673 catalogued individually]
Reference: B/D/A/M7 (608)
Date: March 30th 1994 - April 3rd 1995
Bailiffs correspondence regarding a Jersey Evening Post editorial [folder contains multiple files numbered 581-673 catalogued individually]
Reference: B/D/A/M7 (609)
Date: September 22nd 1994 - April 4th 1995
Bailiffs correspondence relating to the Jersey Evening Post [folder contains multiple files catalogued individually]
Date: July 25th 2000 - September 11th 2000
Date: March 31st 1987 - March 31st 1987
Photocopies of newscuttings from the Jersey Evening Post relating to the 40th Anniversary of the Liberation
Date: 1985 - 1985
Enlarged copies of photographs during taken during the occupation and after liberation, Lakeman children collecting firewood 1939-1940; military vehicle parade, Victoria Avenue 10? May 1945 and an unidentified mother with her baby, born in an internment camp, on the boat with an Evening Post reporter 1945 - 1946
Date: 1939 - 1946
Copy of letter from P R Cabot, Constable of Trinity to Jean Baird regarding the annual remembrance service at Petit Port, Egypt at the memorial stone of Captain Philip Ayton. (22 year old Captain Ayton died during a Commando raid in 1943) Copy of newscutting from the Jersey Evening Post of, photograph of ex-Commando Ronald Baldock at the service
Date: October 18th 1996 - November 8th 1996
File re. Lieut. George Haas and Capt. Edward Clarke, American servicemen (held as prisoners of war) who escaped from the Island in January 1945. Itineraries, guest list for reception, police operational orders re. unveiling of plaques at Gorey Pier and Le Hurel slip, Grouville, press cuttings from the Jersey Evening Post
Date: October 19th 1994 - April 28th 1995
Digital copy of letters, correspondence, Children's Services Client Files, memorandums, reports, rulings, case histories, reviews, and police reports, relating to a child under the care of the Education Committee at Brig-y-Don Children's Home, fostering, the Family Group Home at 108, Clos des Sables, and Heathfield Children's Home. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 23's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 25 July 2014 [C/D/AW1/B3/4/WS000011].
Date: 1977 - 1990
Digital copy of email correspondence from States of Jersey Police Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper, and States of Jersey Police Press Officer Louise Nibbs. [Some details redacted].
Date: June 24th 2008 - June 25th 2008
Digital copy of part of a transcript documenting discussion between Judge Trott, a former member of staff at Blanche Pierre Family Group Home, Advocate [Peter] Harris, and Advocate [Christopher] Lakeman, during the Prosecution Against Alan and Jane Maguire. [Some details redacted].
Date: June 8th 1998 - June 8th 1998
Digital copy of part of a transcript documenting discussion between Judge Trott, DC [Detective Constable] Nicholas Troy, Advocate [Peter] Harris, and Advocate [Christopher] Lakeman, during the Prosecution Against Alan and Jane Maguire. [Some details redacted].
Date: June 8th 1998 - June 8th 1998
Digital copy of a Newspaper Cutting from the JEP [Jersey Evening Post] and a Children's Office Report by Child Care Officer J Bruce Elliott. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 85. For Witness 85's statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 4 June 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/10/WS000112.
Date: 1978 - May 18th 1978