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Grave Registration Report Form for Maurice Jay Gould born 1924, died 1943. Buried in the municipal cemetery, Wittlich, Trier, Germany
Date: May 5th 1951 - May 7th 1951
St Helier New Street Boys School Log Book. This volume records daily events, attendance figures and reports. An index of names has been created and attached with page numbers relating to entries. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of relevant entries.
Date: July 17th 1936 - February 21st 1947
Mounted memorial of the names of the Old Boys' of New Street (St Paul's) Boys' School who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars [indexed]
Date: 1914 - 1945
Research notes by Robin Cox includes; handwritten notes on wartime fuel consumption, newspaper article on diaries kept during the occupation, article published in the Jersey Evening Post on 22nd September 1994 entitled 'On the Home Front', article published in the Jersey Evening Post on 22nd September 1994 featuring Beryl Le Riche's wartime experiences and a portion from Leslie Sinel's diary from 1944, several photocopies from a French book, article published in The Jersey Evening Post on 7th July 1993 on Horst Hermann a former officer with the German occupying forces, photocopies of a book showing the wartime stamps of various countries, article published in the Jersey Evening Post on the 22nd December 1994 on the wartime memories of Peggy Boleat and Anne Baudains and Mary Deslandes, newspaper article written by Bill Brown on the liberation of Jersey, article published in the Jersey Evening Post on 26th January 1995 relating to restrictions on transport during the occupation, newspaper article on the wartime memories of Gill Hart, newspaper article on the wartime memories of Roy Mourant, obituary published in the Jersey Evening Post on 28th June 1994 for Joan du Feu, Jersey Evening Post 'Temps Passé' article on the Boys Brigade Band published on 30th May 1997, newspaper obituary for Jean de Lipkowski, two Jersey Evening Post articles relating to former German servicemen returning to the island, newspaper article on Traudle Junge, article published in the Jersey Evening Post 'Temps passé' dated 12th March 1998 entitled 'The return of the Bulldog' relating to HMS Bulldog, list of German military equipment dated 28th November 1942, article published in the Jersey Evening Post on 28th October 1991 entitled 'The inside story of an air raid shelter', photocopy of a story entitled 'It made me feel as if I were in the abyss of hell' relating to the crew of torpedoed British tanker, architects plan of le Clos D'Avoine, newspaper article relating to political detainees at Newgate Street jail, newspaper article published in the Jersey Evening Post on the 15th May 1998 relating to the commemoration of two Jersey Commandos who took part in the Dieppe Raid, newspaper article published in the Independent on 30th March 1997 entitled 'The Nazis' British bankers', newspaper article on the town of Weimar, newspaper obituary on Hilmar Pabel, correspondence from Werner Grosskopf, newspaper article on wartime crystal radio receivers, photocopy of notice of evacuation dated 17th September 1942 made out to Mr Coxshall, photocopy of notice of evacuation dated 17th September 1942 made out to Mr Albert Ernest Keates, newspaper article published in the Jersey Evening Post on the 2nd February 1995 on the wartime memories of Frank Le Marquand, photocopies of Royal Air Force reconnaisance photographs of various locations in Jersey, photocopy of a States of Jersey order on Motor Vehicles and Spare Parts and Scrap Metal dated 17th May 1941, newspaper article published in the Jersey Evening Post on the 10th February 1995 on the wartime memories of Flo Jouan and Beryl Hanning and Peter Henwood and Marcel Moisan, photocopy of part of a French publication entitled 'Gazogènes Brandt', photocopy of a newspaper article published in The Daily Telegraph on 28th October 1996 on Glyndwr Michael, article published in the Jersey Evening Post 'Temps Passé' on 26th November 1993 on the Allied War Cemetary in Howard Davis Park, article published in the Jersey Evening Post on the 6th May 1997 on the burial of Maurice Gould, photocopy of a registration form made out to Maurice Gould
Date: 1941 - 1998
Photocopy of an article in the 'Evening Post' announcing the attempted escape and arrest of 'three youths ...' trying 'to reach England in a motor-boat ...' Peter Hassall, Maurice Gould and Denis Audrain
Date: May 3rd 1942 - May 9th 1942
Copy of the deportation order of Peter Hassall and Maurice Gould sending them from the French prison of Fresness to the SS Sonderlager Hinzert concentration camp in Germany.
Date: June 9th 1942 - June 12th 1942
Date: October 1st 1943 - October 2nd 1943
Date: 1942 - 1943
Letter from the Bailiff of Jersey to Mrs Olive Gould, 10 Bath Street, St Helier regarding the location of her son, Maurice Gould's grave in Wittlich Town Cemetery
Date: February 26th 1947 - February 26th 1947
Letter from Colonel Commanding 250 British Liaison Mission to Mrs Olive Gould, The Australian Herbal Stores, 10 Bath Street, St Helier regarding the inventory of effects left by Maurice Gould.
Date: May 22nd 1947 - May 22nd 1947
Date: March 3rd 1997 - March 3rd 1997
Date: 1941 - 2012
Copies of Documents from the International Tracing Service in Bad Arolsen relating to Maurice Gould and Peter Hassall
Date: 1941 - 1953
Date: 1941 - 1953
Date: 1944 - 1944
Digital copy of a list of Englishmen imprisoned at Wittlich Prison, including Maurice Gould. [Copy from the International Tracing Service in Bad Arolsen].
Date: 1944 - 1944
Date: 1941 - 1953