Papers relating to the Burials Bill and cemeteries includes an article from the Jersey Evening Post relating to a human skeleton found on the site of the Old Russian Cemetery at Grouville

Reference: A/D1/C27

Date: October 4th 1888 - March 2nd 1987

Papers relating to the extent to which the Governor can interfere in the business of the Constables and Centeniers includes a Jersey Evening Post article relating to cemeteries

Reference: A/D1/C28

Date: July 17th 1883 - January 5th 1989

Correspondence relating to corporal punishment in Jersey, includes extracts from the Jersey Evening Post

Reference: A/D1/C34

Date: April 29th 1960 - April 18th 1979

Correspondence relating to Sir Winston Churchill's memorial service, includes Jersey Evening Post articles

Reference: A/D1/C36

Date: January 25th 1965 - December 20th 1986

Liberation Day 1970: Jersey Evening Post

Reference: B/A/L41/16/7

Date: May 11th 1970 - May 11th 1970

Restrictions in size of Evening Post

Reference: B/A/W31/1/112

Date: June 9th 1944 - June 9th 1944

Notice concerning purchase of goods by German troops

Reference: B/A/W31/1/6

Date: July 9th 1940 - July 11th 1940

Refusal to allow publication of adverts for the sale of civilian motor vehicles in the Jersey Evening Post.

Reference: B/A/W31/4/183

Date: April 17th 1945 - April 21st 1945

Use of Gas Company's Lab by the German Red Cross for dentistry, laying of a Gas Main to the Jersey Evening Post.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/63

Date: August 1st 1944 - August 1st 1944

Emergency supplies of electricity; Plan for the civil sector Requisitioning of plants for the forces at the Queen's Road and Albert Pier Electricity Stations

Reference: B/A/W31/8/77

Date: January 1st 1945 - January 1st 1945

Allocation of metal from the 'Office des Metaux non-fereux', Paris; Scrap metal and iron and Metal for type to print the Jersey Evening Post lead removed from the roof of Fort Regent

Reference: B/A/W32/2/35

Date: January 20th 1942 - April 18th 1944

Obtaining Stereotype metal for the Jersey Evening Post

Reference: B/A/W40/8/210

Date: August 29th 1943 - August 29th 1943

Message Organisation - see also B/A/W49/5 for Guernsey's enquiries relating to the Message Organisation During the Occupation. Includes: Requests for facilities to be provided for personal news to be sent to England - September 1940. Extracts from the Jersey Evening Post as to how Jersey people may send messages to relatives in England. Sample form for enquiries. Suspension of sending of enquiries to the Field Command 515 - October 1940. Setting up of the Bailiff's Enquiry and News Office, 49 Halkett Place, St Helier - and subsequent reorganisations. Sketch of rubber stamp to send messages through the Red Cross. Enquiry from the Foreign Office in Berlin as to the whereabouts of Mrs Héléne de la Cote-Schaefer, Villa Sonnschein, Tabor Lane, St Brelade. Information from the International Red Cross that Mr J Leslie, Oxford Lodge, Oxford Road, St Helier, now of Val Plaisant's brother has died. Request from Catherine E Norfor, Kumasi, No 3, First Tower, St Helier that her will be sent to the Lunacy Law Reform Society. Monetary advances for the relatives of British Soldiers native to the Channel Islands - notes of a meeting between the Red Cross and the Department of Finance and Economics Summary of the St John's Ambulance Association Emergency Committee receipts and payments 09/09/1939 - 30/06/1944 List made by the Bailiff of Red Cross Messages sent and replies for December 1940 - December 1941, and January - June 1944

Reference: B/A/W49/1/1

Date: September 20th 1940 - November 14th 1944

Newscuttings from the Guernsey Evening Press, Les Chroniques de Jersey and the Jersey Evening Post, relating to the arrival of the SS Vega in the Channel Islands

Reference: B/A/W49/14/4

Date: December 30th 1944 - January 3rd 1945

Gifts of Foodstuff and Medical Supplies from the International Red Cross Committee in Geneva. Includes orders to distribute supplies to the wounded, sick children and babies - proportion of supplies to go to Guernsey Cutting from the Jersey Evening Post, 22/04/1941 - re. the Public Health Committee's decision on the disposal of the Red Cross Supplies

Reference: B/A/W49/4

Date: March 14th 1941 - May 6th 1941

Copy from the Jersey Evening Post of the Harbour Order for the Harbour of Jersey

Reference: B/A/W58/7

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.

Reference: B/A/W73/17

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

Reference: B/A/W80/1

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

Reference: B/A/W83/5

Date: January 7th 1941 - January 7th 1941

Photographs from the Jersey Evening Post of a memorial service at the Howard Davis Park Cemetery

Reference: B/A/W85/1/6

Date: 1945 - 1955

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