Memoriam Card. In rememberance of Harold Williams who died aged 4 months and was buried at Anfield Cemetery

Reference: L/F/47/E/3

Date: September 17th 1914 - September 17th 1914

List of funeral items including alcohol with prices

Reference: L/F/58/A/10

Date: 1892 - 1892

Newscutting reporting the funeral of F P Esnouf who died 26/01/1908

Reference: L/F/59/E/12

Date: 1908 - 1908

Instructions for the militia attending the procession of the funeral of Major General Archibald Campbell, Lieutenant Governor

Reference: L/F/59/G/11

Date: May 16th 1838 - May 16th 1838

Receipts from Douglas L Sinnatt, funeral director for the deaths of Cyril Charles Blackler and Esther Duhamel

Reference: L/F/61/A/11

Date: 1933 - 1938

List of foreign Organisation Todt workers who were buried in Foulon Cemetery, St Peter Port, Guernsey and exhumed in 1961. Shows name and nationality where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/10

Date: 1940 - 1961

List of Russian slave workers buried in Alderney during the Second World War. Includes names and dates of death where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/11

Date: 1940 - 1944

List of Organisation Todt slave workers buried in the Strangers' Cemetery, Jersey, during the Second World War. Includes names and dates of birth and death where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/16

Date: 1940 - 1945

List of Organisation Todt slave workers buried in St Anne's Cemetery, Alderney, during the Second World War. Includes names, nationalities and dates of birth and death where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/17

Date: 1940 - 1945

List of seven Organisation Todt slave workers buried in the Strangers' Cemetery at Westmount, Jersey. Includes names, nationalities, cause of death and dates where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/19

Date: 1940 - 1945

Map of the Strangers' Cemetery, Westmount, Jersey showing the names of deceased slave workers and German military suicides. Includes names, nationalities and dates of birth and death where known.

Reference: L/F/64/A/22

Date: 1940 - 1945

Scrapbooks

Reference: M/37/A

Scrapbook of funeral and death notices

Reference: M/37/A/1

Date: 1879 - 1944

Account of the occupation of Jersey by Joyce Le Ruez, includes details relating to her job in a law firm, the evacuation, the demilitarisation of the island, the air raid, the arrival of the Germans, the conduct of the German soldiers, sortage of essential commodities, the Organisation Todt workers, the building of the railway by the Germans, wirelesses, rumours, the RAF dropping leaflets, deportations, black market, the funeral of Colonel Zepernik, the crashing of a British pilot at Grève de Lecq, the arrival of the Red Cross ship SS Vega and liberation.

Reference: M/45/A1/1

Date: January 19th 2002 - January 19th 2002

Graham Langlois of the Royal Hampshire Regiment Comrade's Association as Standard Bearer, and Laurie Mould carrying the British Legion Standard at the crematorium. This was the funeral of Brigadier Cosby Jackson, CVO ADC.

Reference: P/03/32/18

Date: January 14th 2000 - January 14th 2000

The funeral of Mr Jack Walker, 19th May 1929 - 17th August 2000. The coffin of Jack Walker being carried to the Parish Church of St Brelade, where a service of thanksgiving will be held, led by the Rector, Reverend Noel Carter.

Reference: p/03/417/01

Date: August 23rd 2000 - August 23rd 2000

The funeral of Mr Jack Walker, 19th May 1929 - 17th August 2000. The coffin of Jack Walker being carried to the Parish Church of St Brelade, where a service of thanksgiving will be held, led by the Rector, Reverend Noel Carter.

Reference: p/03/417/02

Date: August 23rd 2000 - August 23rd 2000

The funeral of Mr Jack Walker, 19th May 1929 - 17th August 2000. Funeral cars arriving for the Service of Thanksgiving to be held in the Parish Church of St Brelade, led by the Reverend Noel Carter.

Reference: p/03/417/03

Date: August 23rd 2000 - August 23rd 2000

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