Images of a boy and girl [surname Green] for the Birthday Cake Winners feature.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/2247

Date: October 15th 1976 - October 15th 1976

Photographer: Glenn Rankine

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/2247

Contact Sheet 5 from Red Contact File 16 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheet contains images of strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, includes notes, and dates from 1940.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/16/CS5

Date: 1940-01 - 1940-02

Images of service men on leave which were taken at the Harbour and Albert Pier during the Second World War. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 5 of Red Contact File 16 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/16/CS5/1

Date: 1940-01 - 1940-02

Letter 2 from Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur] aboard SS Highland Piper near Vigo, Spain to dearest Ka [Kathleen de Carteret]. Includes comments about crossing from England to Vigo via Boulogne, with a description of passing by Jersey, Les Casquets and Guernsey. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, Vale Farm, St Peter.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A2/2/2

Date: September 11th 1927 - September 11th 1927

Letter [3A] from Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur] aboard SS Highland Piper at sea off C Frio [Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil] to his dearest Ka [Kathleen de Carteret]. Provides details of his journey to Rio de Janeiro, including details of activities on board. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, South View School, Clevedon, Somersetshire.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A2/2/3A

Date: September 26th 1927 - September 26th 1927

Letter 7 from Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur], WTC [Western Telegraph Company], San Martin 333, Buenos Aires, Argentina to his own darling [Kathleen de Carteret]. Responds to letter 2 from Kathleen, includes details of visiting the Barnett family and refers to listening to a performance of the only Wurlitzer organ in South America. Includes original envelope addressed to Miss K de Carteret, South View School, Clevedon, Somersetshire.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A2/2/7

Date: October 16th 1927 - October 17th 1927

Family Documents

Reference: L/C/257/A

Occupation Memories

Reference: L/C/257/A1

Correspondence sent to Ursula Dingle née Green regarding her family archive

Reference: L/C/257/A1/4

Date: March 28th 2010 - March 28th 2010

Memories of Banking in the Occupation written for the Barclays Staff Magazine by A T Green Chief Clerk of Barclays Bank Jersey. Includes a letter from the editor to Mr Green explaining that if the word limit for articles is too short the piece can be split over two issues.

Reference: L/C/257/A1/6

Date: 1945 - 1945

Memories of the arrival of Dutch Jews to Wurzach Internment Camp includes a map of the area and a colour photocopy of a Christmas Card sent in thanks to the people of the camp for their assistance

Reference: L/C/257/A1/7

Date: 1944 - 1944

Two items originally located in L/C/257/A1/7 containing correspondence and personal details relating to the file

Reference: L/C/257/A1/8

Date: November 26th 1998 - November 26th 1998

Official Correspondence

Reference: L/C/257/A2

Letter from the Staff Department of Barclays Bank Limited to Mr Alfred Green advising that there has been no information relating to his son Mr A Green and his family in Jersey

Reference: L/C/257/A2/1

Date: July 10th 1940 - July 10th 1940

Letter from E Benest Manager of Barclays Bank Limited to the Constable of St Saviour asking for an exemption from evacuation for his Deputy Manager Mr Alfred Thomas Green countersigned by G F Mourant Chef de Police St Saviour

Reference: L/C/257/A2/2

Date: September 16th 1942 - September 16th 1942

Letter from [Doctor?] J D Gow of Clarendon Road explaining that Bank Manager Mr Ernest Benest is recovering from an operation and needs Alfred Thomas Green to remain in Jersey as Assistant Manager

Reference: L/C/257/A2/3

Date: September 16th 1942 - September 16th 1942

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