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Photograph of David Hunt and Peter Scriven, and photograph of Ron Le Sueur who is pointing at Egypt on a wall map. The image may relate to Suez.
Date: 1957 - 1957-04
Subject: Evening Post
File number: 12
Page number: 6
Photograph of Mr Peter de Carteret Mourant upon being sworn in as an Advocate of the Royal Court, a photograph of 17 year old police cadet Miss Barbara Wilding, a photograph of Mr Tony Browne, and a photograph of Mr Peter Scriven.
Date: August 19th 1967 - September 7th 1967
File number: 65
Page number: 14
Date: July 9th 1973 - July 23rd 1973
File number: 73
Page number: 4
VHS tape: Jodel DR1050 aircraft owned and flown by Squadron Leader Richard Le Brocq (later assistant secretary to the Lieutenant-Governor), 20th September 1965. On board: Ron Wagstaffe (cameraman) and Jim Scriven (later chairman, Jersey Evening Post). Scenes includes south coast of Jersey, Le Hocq, isle of Chausey, landing Dinard Airport. Return flight to Jersey shows lack of reclamation sites. Dogs at Rocqueberg, St Clement (Harrison/Wagstaffe family home). Muriel Wagstaffe (wife of Ron, mother of Nigel) holding Natalie (first child of Nigel and Daphne - born 6/8/65). Nigel with dogs. Wedding of Ronald Arthur Wagstaffe and Muriel Isabel Harrison at Aquila Road Methodist Church 1st September 1937. Scenes include Ernest and Rose Wagstaffe (parents of Ronald); Cecil Harrison (later Bailiff of Jersey); Vernon and Ada Baudains, Beryl Scriven (nee Harrison, sister of Jim Scriven), Noella Harrison, Eileen Walker, Eva Harrison (wife of Cecil Harrison, mother of Jurat Sally Le Brocq), Annie Harrison (nee Guiton - mother of the bride). Arrival of the bride. Newly weds emerge from chapel. Eva, Beryl, Noella. Ernest Wagstaffe and Annie Harrison. Mr Harrison (father of the bride). Jim Scriven's parents and sister. Mary Scriven (as a baby - now Mary Le Brocq). Reception at Rocqueberg, Green Island. Mary Scriven. Rose Wagstaffe (mother of the groom). Bridesmaids: Beryl Scriven, Eileen Walker, Violet Nicolle, Noella Harrison, Eva Harrison, Unknown. Beryl Scriven. Speeches. Airport departure for honeymoon in Austria. Return from honeymoon aboard Jersey Airways de Havilland 86 "Express" airliner La Saline Bay. Note St Peter's Barracks in background (Airport opened 10th March 1937). Greeted by Walkers and Rose Wagstaffe. Eileen Walker and Beryl Scriven holding baby Mary. Renault Fregate car with brother Rupert "Bunty" inside. Jim Scriven, Eileen and Leslie Walker and daughter Anne. Bunty Wagstaffe, Peter Scriven and Frank Walker (later Senator Frank Walker, President Finance & Economics Committee). Muriel Wagstaffe, Ruth and Nigel Wagstaffe (brother and sister) returning from London 1954. Swimming races at Havre des Pas Pool; Ruth in second lane. View towards Rocqueberg from Les Hommets (Wagstaffe family home) mid 1950s. Bunty Wagstaffe in Victoria College Preparatory Sports Day. Jim Scriven and Ron Wagstaffe. Jim Scriven with early aqua lung shortly before the formation of the Jersey Sub Aqua Club. Bunty Wagstaffe on lawn at Les Hommets. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1937 - 1965
VHS tape: Surfing at St Ouen's Bay. Competition 1966 or 1967. Rupert 'Bunty' Wagstaffe in blue shirt. Muriel Wagstaffe (mother) on sea wall. Also with grandmother Rose Wagstaffe at family home Rocqueberg, St Clement. Return of Victoria College Bisley Team, 29th July 1956. Nigel Wagstaffe with family. Team came second in the Ashburton Competition, the highest since 1914. Team lining up. Team members included: Pierre Horsfall, Richard Symons, I.W. Le Maistre, Peter Arthur, Norman Marie, George Metcalf (captain), Alfred Hidrio, Nigel Wagstaffe. Cadet pair: David Gregory, Douglas Genders. Colonel Billenden in command with R.S.M. Blandford. Harbour scenes, Victoria Pier.1946. First anniversary of the Liberation. Military parade opposite West Park Pavilion. Family scenes at Les Hommets, May 1946. Funfair, West Park. Family scenes show Annie Harrison, Muriel Wagstaffe, Beryl and Jim Scriven, Arthur and Noella Harrison, Brian and Gerald Harrison, Mary Scriven, Nigel Wagstaffe. Nigel Wagstaffe and Peter Scriven in wheelbarrow. Grandmothers Rose Wagstaffe and Annie Harrison in the swing. Garden scenes. Cecil Harrison lying on lawn aiming at target. Nephew Gerald Harrison beside him. Nigel Wagstaffe aiming. Gerald Harrison aiming. Jack and Ruth Gallichan holding Bunty. Family group. Muriel, Ruth and Nigel Wagstaffe on board Brittany in St Malo. Ruth at Rocqueberg with dog Billy 1959. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1940 - 1980
VHS tape: Island of Chausey seen from family boat Interloper, July 1956. Girl Joyce owned by Danny Mourant. Eileen Walker, Beryl Scriven and daughter Jane. Bunty Wagstaffe on lawn at Les Hommets 1948 [?] Jack Gallichan, Muriel Wagstaffe, Jill Gallichan, Peter Scriven, David Hunt and Bunty Wagstaffe on lilos beside Interloper at Beauport. Ruth Wagstaffe and Jane Scriven swimming. Battle of Flowers 2nd August 1951 (first after the Occupation and first ever to be held on Victoria Avenue). Cecil Harrison (then Solicitor General). Band of the Royal Marines. Arrival of the Lieutenant Governor General Sir Edward Grassett. Battle of Flowers scenes. St Ouen's Beach. Light buoy washed up between Le Braye and La Pulente, a familiar landmark for many years. Family together on beach below Les Hommets, St Clement. Cross Country Victoria College Preparatory School 1955 or 1956. Garden at Les Hommets. Jersey Airport 1959. Eileen Walker, Muriel Wagstaffe, Jack Gallichan watching arrivals. Muriel Wagstaffe practising golf at Rocqueberg (she was captain of the ladies at the Royal Jersey Golf Club).NB: This last section repeated due to fault on transfer. This film is located in the Audio Visual Area of the Jersey Archive.
Date: 1940 - 1980
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