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Digital copy of the Record of a Meeting of the Advisory Sub-Committee for Les Chênes Residential School held at the School on 16 May 1985. [Some details redacted]. Taken from Minutes of the Les Chênes Advisory Sub-Committee. For Witness 617's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 17 March 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/4/4/WS000436.
Date: May 16th 1985 - May 16th 1985
Digital copy of Page 1 of the Record of a Meeting of the Advisory Sub-Committee for Les Chênes Residential School held at the School on 16 May 1985. [Some details redacted]. Taken from Minutes of Les Chênes School Advisory Sub-Committee.
Date: May 16th 1985 - May 16th 1985
Digital copy of the Report of the Review Panel on the Machinery of Government in Jersey. Used by Dr Philip Michael Johnson in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 25 July 2014 [C/D/AW6/A/EE000035].
Date: December 1st 2000 - December 31st 2000
Images of Barbara Myles, at her home on the island. Barbara Myles is notable for being the first woman jurat and doctor in the island.
Date: September 20th 1977 - September 20th 1977
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/5059.
Images of Deputy George Simon, his wife Dawn, and their daughters Susan and Gillian, outside the States Building, where Mr. Simon has just been sworn in as a new Jurat of the Royal Court. Mr. Simon, along with Barbara Myles who was not successful on this occasion, had contested the vacancy left by the retirement of Jurat Raymond Frank Le Brocq.
Date: December 29th 1977 - December 29th 1977
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/5877.
Images of the first woman to be elected Jurat, Barbara Myles with her family in the Royal Square having been sworn in before the Royal Court includes her with her family including from left Allison Myles, Carolyne Myles, Anne Boulton-Myles, John Myles, Jurat Barbara Myles, Joanna Myles and David Myles [image B-E] [from JEP 29/08/1980 p 3].
Date: August 28th 1980 - August 28th 1980
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5145
Images of the first woman Jurat to be sworn in at the Royal Court Jurat Barbara Myles [from JEP 04/09/1980 p 13].
Date: September 3rd 1980 - September 3rd 1980
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5189
Photographs of the officials of the Royal Court including back row from left to right-Jurat Geoffrey Charles Allo, Jurat Donald Henry Georgelin, Jurat John Lyndon Le Breton, Jurat Michael Arthur Rumfitt, Jurat Edward James MacGregor Potter, Jurat Arthur Philip Quérée. Seated centre from left to right- Jurat Roy Malcolm Bullen MBE, Jurat John Claude Tibbo, Jurat Sally Carolyn Ann Le Brocq, the Deputy Bailiff Michael Cameron St John Birt, the Bailiff Sir Philip Martin Bailhache, Jurat Barbara Myles, Jurat Philip John de Veulle, Jurat Mazel Joan Le Ruez MBE. Front row from left to right-Advocate Vincent James Obbard, Registrar of the Family Division [standing], the Judicial Greffier Michael Wilkins, the Solicitor General Stéphanie Claire Nicolle Q C, the Attorney General William James Bailhache QC, Deputy Judicial Greffier Anthony Winston Fauvel and the Deputy Viscount Peter Alexander Noël de Gruchy [standing]
Date: 2001 - 2001
Personal View of Jurat Barbara Myles, the first woman jurat in Jersey and doctor, interviewed by Beth Lloyd. Talking about her early childhood. Education-went to nursery school, a foundations school-interrupted by the second world war which led to her going to three different grammar schools. Her father was a doctor of philosophy-worked in insecticides during the war. Her father came over to Jersey after the war to sort out the Colorado beetle problem. Always wanted to be a doctor and was encouraged. First Record-Little Sir Echo-released when the world changed. Almost got sent to America for safety but stayed. Until 1945/46 lived in Maidenhead and then moved to Kent to school. Tried to get in to train as a doctor but was rejected and then worked in a laboratory. Got a place at Trinity College, Dublin as a medical student-ended with 20 women students. Recalls a disruptive patient. Specialists-were some characters and difficult people. Second Record-Ring of Bright Water sung by Val Doonican. After finishing her medical training came to Surrey near where her parents were living to work in anaesthetics-worked in St Peter's Hospital, Cherstey. Met her husband there who was a surgeon. Worked with him in the casualty department. Got married and started working part time locum work. Had her child Caroline in the autumn of 1960 just after they'd moved house. Was in the house 4 or 5 months when a chance for a job in Jersey came up-decided to move across-had no doubts. Worked in a few locum jobs in anaesthetics in the early 1960s. Had more children-second daughter-1962, third daughter-65, son 68. It was fun but hard work-lived at La Rocque. Third Record-Misalliance sung by Flanders and Swan. Offered work-Jersey Family Welfare Association-needed doctors for their clinics-worked with Dr Crill. Now does 2 half days a week. Got involved with the Jersey College for Girls-was asked to teach health education to the students. Got involved with the Jersey College for Girls Parent Teacher Association-was the president. 1970-asked to work on the Juvenile Court-12 lay members sat with a magistrate-was trained in it. Working in the juvenile court was distressing-difficult to try and change a child's background. There are no easy answers to help the children-have to get the children at an early age. Fourth Record-Mozart's Symphony No 40. Decided to stand for jurat because of the lack of women in the Royal Court. When the time came at the end of her time in the Juvenile Court was asked to become a jurat by Jurat Hamilton. Stood for jurat but did not get in the first time. Decided to stand again because of the support she received. Was nervous when she became a jurat. Jurats sit in the Royal Court as the Inferior and Superior Number, work on the licensing bench, overseeing the job of curator for people who can't manage their own affairs. When trying a criminal case-can worry her-have to work out what you believe. Retirement of Lester Bailhache there are now no lawyers as jurats-thinks there is a case to have lawyers as jurats. Jurats get together to discuss law changes. Nothing had to change when she became the first woman jurat-big change for the other jurats. Fifth Record-Menuhin and Grapelli with Jealousy. Hobbies-sailing-likes to have a break from the island-visits the Ecréhous and the South of Brittany. Ambitions-would like to write. Used to sing in a quartet. Sixth Record-Vera Lynn with When I Grow too Old to Dream. End of Side One. Personal View with Betty Brooke. Started writing a column for the Evening Post in 1966. Asked by Jim Scriven, the editor of the time, to write a column to interest people in island politics. Considered standing for election-is not a committee person. Has more power as a writer than as a politician. Was born and raised in Aberdeen and when the second world war came she became a wren where she met her husband who was a navy chaplain. Wrote and edited for ship's magazines. Her husband retired from the royal navy in 1957 and came to Jersey to a church. Liked the States of Jersey because the people could make a difference. Started as a signals wren, trained at Rosyth and then moved to Liverpool-difficult time-worked 72 hours a week-lost many friends. Became an instructor in London and trained people for D Day. Was going to marry somebody else and he was supposed to conduct the ceremony before they realised they loved each other. First Record-Kathleen Ferrier with Blow the Wind Southerly. Became a naval chaplain's wife-stationed at HMS Royal Arthur and then moved to Leigh on Solent and then to Malta for 4 years. Became a snooker player of some repute. Became a sort of surrogate mother to the naval recruits. Had to move on after 4 years-adopted a baby at this time. Posted to Devenport and after two years retired and was invited to move to the Aquila Road Methodist Church-became a methodist lay preacher soon after she was married. Second Record-Mozart's Ave Verum. Impressions of Jersey-had always wanted to come to the Channel Islands-had organised to come to Jersey and as they were organising it had an invitation from Aquila Road Church to come and preach. Simon, her son was 3, and they lived at West Park Avenue in The Manse. Loved living in Jersey especially the Jersey people-warmth and friendship. Preached in the methodist churches-in 1966 Barry, her husband, collapsed in the pulpit and died. Life changed dramatically-was widowed with a 12 year old son-was necessary to look at life again. Continued in the church for 11 months until another minister was appointed. Grieved with the congregation. Third Record-Frankie Lane with Do Not Forsake Me from High Noon. In 1966 her life took a new turn-had to work-worked as a freelance journalist-wrote two columns for the Jersey Evening Post. Wrote articles for the Daily Telegraph and for women's magazines. Was correspondent for the South West region in Jersey before Radio Jersey was set up and interviewed people for Channel Television. Fourth Record-Mozart's Violin Concerto. Never felt she wanted to publish a permanent record of her thoughts-has written two books-a thriller and her autobiography-may publish it at some point. Doesn't travel a lot but has relatives in America and loves France. Fifth Record-Pie Jesu. Doesn't like to plan for the future-lives for the present. Would like the prosperity of Jersey to continue. Sixth Record-Nat King Cole with Ramblin' Rose. End of Side Two.
Jersey Evening Post Newspaper Obituary : Barbara Myles - Jersey's first female Jurat and Lieutenant-Baliff
Date: October 3rd 2017
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