Registration card of Jack Renouf of Coldcroft, Tower Road, St Helier, born 28/01/1899.

Reference: D/S/A/4/A10172

Date: January 18th 1941 - January 18th 1941

Blue registration form of Jack Renouf of Coldcroft, Tower Road, St Helier, born 28/01/1899.

Reference: D/S/A/4/B10172

Date: January 18th 1941 - January 18th 1941

Will and Testament of Jack Renouf, of Goldcroft, Tower Road, St Helier. Bequeaths to his mother, Clara Isobel Renouf, née Fowler, an annual sum of £91, to be paid in weekly installments, bequeaths to his wife, Dorothy Mary Renouf, née Buxton, the residue of the estate. Dated 13/03/1944. [Includes two closed documents]

Reference: D/Y/B1/2/30

Date: July 27th 1949 - July 27th 1949

St Helier Town Church Baptism Register. Closed for preservation Purposes but a typed transcription is available to view in the form of a pdf for subscribers. Click here to take you to the pdf and then click on View GC03A221.pdf in red.

Reference: G/C/03/A2/21

Date: July 28th 1889 - February 21st 1909

Croad and Sons Funeral Director -Livre de Remarques [Indexed]. Includes burial number, name of person buried, relatives, age, date of death, address, date and place of burial. To find the name you are interested in please look at the index and then open the pdf with the relevant page number. Please note that in this volume, the numbers 20020 - 20119 have been used twice - this is a mistake in the original volume,

Reference: L/A/41/B1/13

Date: April 5th 1946 - March 2nd 1955

Photograph of the yacht Radieuse which had run aground at St Ouen, Photograph of Marc and Guy Johannes talking to reporter W J Job, and photograph of Jack Renouf's yacht Chyria at Le Hocq.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/WRE/6/1

Date: 1955 - 1957

Subject: Wrecks

File number: 6

Page number: 1

Photograph of Jack Renouf's boat Chyria at Le Hocq, and photographs of ambulance staff carrying survivors on stretchers at the Harbour after the Dutch cargo vessel Conlea had sunk.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/WRE/6/2

Date: 1955 - 1956

Subject: Wrecks

File number: 6

Page number: 2

Photograph of Michel Champion, photograph of the yacht Radieuse which had run aground at St Ouen, and photograph of Marc and Guy Johannes talking to reporter W J Job.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/WRE/6/6

Date: 1957-04 - 1957-08

Subject: Wrecks

File number: 6

Page number: 6

Images of the annual dinner of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey Association at the Hotel Savoy including Lieutenant-Colonel W S Woolley, Jack Renouf, Alf Milon, Major Harold Le Brocq, J C Gilley and Major Robert Crockatt [image B-C] [from JEP 07/03/1983 p. 12].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/660

Date: March 3rd 1983 - March 3rd 1983

Photographer: Reg Cridland

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/660.

Letter from Pte 85828, Jack Renouf of F Company, 34th Training Reserve Battalion, Hut 15, Camp 7, Sutton Very, Wilts, to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Gives details of camp life. Includes a poem entitled 'The Children's Part'. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/1

Date: May 27th 1917 - May 27th 1917

Letter from Pte 35721, Jack Renouf of D Company, 34th Training Reserve Battalion, Hut 35, 10 Dorrington Camp, Salisbury Plain, to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Tells her that he has been before the Medical Board and hopes to gain entry to the Flying Corps. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/10

Date: February 27th 1918 - February 27th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf R. A. M. C. Staff, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire, to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Tells her about his move to Halifax. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/11

Date: May 27th 1918 - May 27th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Gives details of hospital life and tells her about escorting lads who have been discharged home. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/12

Date: July 7th 1918 - July 7th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/13

Date: July 28th 1918 - July 28th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Congratulates her on passing her exam. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/14

Date: August 14th 1918 - August 14th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Gives details of the arrival of new convoys full of wounded soldiers as a result of the latest 'big push'Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/15

Date: September 2nd 1918 - September 2nd 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Gives details of hospital life and explains the purpose of the Casualty Cleaning Station. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/16

Date: October 8th 1918 - October 8th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Talks a little about Armistice Day. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/17

Date: December 9th 1918 - December 9th 1918

Letter from Pte 142736, Jack Renouf of R. A. M. C. Company, St Lukes Hospital, Halifax, Yorkshire to Lilian De Gruchy of 10 Winchester Street, St Helier. Talks about his recent leave, and journey back to Yorkshire. Includes envelope.

Reference: L/F/32/A/F/18

Date: January 17th 1919 - January 17th 1919

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