Correspondence with Mrs Adye [Isabel C], Le Rocher, St Martin concerning the quality of butter

Reference: B/A/L11/11

Date: August 25th 1945 - August 25th 1945

Butter, sugar, cooking fats and meat rations

Reference: B/A/W31/1/1

Date: July 4th 1940 - July 4th 1940

Food rationing

Reference: B/A/W31/1/127

Date: November 22nd 1944 - January 27th 1945

Definition of terms: butter, sugar, cooking fats and meat

Reference: B/A/W31/1/2

Date: July 5th 1940 - July 5th 1940

Rationing Directions (Third Period) Amendment relating to butter

Reference: B/A/W31/1/36

Date: January 22nd 1941 - January 22nd 1941

Butter and cooking fat rations

Reference: B/A/W31/1/9

Date: July 25th 1940 - July 25th 1940

German checks on milk and butter production

Reference: B/A/W31/2/131

Date: September 25th 1944 - February 10th 1945

Papers relating to milk and the skimming of milk to procure butter

Reference: B/A/W31/2/34

Date: September 26th 1940 - September 22nd 1942

Correspondence and papers relating to the cultivation of land and the agricultural programme during the Occupation Includes: - cultivation of land- records of total production - cropping plans - costs of cultivation - returns of monthly butter and milk production

Reference: B/A/W31/2/8-9

Date: 1940 - 1945

Correspondence relating to a conversation between the German forces and the Jersey and Guernsey Ministers for Food and Agriculture including; Cattle for slaughter, Tomatoes for export and Tinned butter and milk

Reference: B/A/W32/2/4

Date: September 1st 1940 - September 3rd 1940

Establishment of and requisitions and supplies for the soldiers homes at; - The Mayfair Hotel, St Saviour, St Brelade's Hotel, St Brelade's Bay, Millbrook, La Hougue, St Peter, and The officers home at Fort d'Auvergne of; Milk, bread, butter, eggs, furniture, cycles for nurses at the soldiers home, accounts from the Jersey Electricity Company, Jersey Gas Light Company and Jersey New Waterworks Company, petrol, building work by Mr H Le Seelleur, vegetables, potatoes, cookers

Reference: B/A/W40/14/1

Date: May 14th 1941 - March 8th 1945

Supplies of eggs, potatoes and butter for the German Troops The cargo of the barges Saigon and Tourane partially requisitioned for the troops

Reference: B/A/W40/5/2

Date: 1943-10-7 - November 30th 1944

Delivery of milk to the German Troops

Reference: B/A/W40/5/3

Date: August 9th 1944 - August 9th 1944

March 1945 scheme for supplies of milk; Report from the Milk Control Section, Department of Agriculture. Plan from German Headquarters and counter proposition for supplying civilians and forces with milk and milk based products.

Reference: B/A/W40/5/7

Date: March 19th 1945 - April 17th 1945

Petition from the Cattle Slaughter Executive Committee of the Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society, to S G Crill, Constable of St Clement, President of the Supervisory Committee, requesting that the proposed shipment of 100 cattle to Guernsey for slaughter be stopped.

Reference: B/A/W40/5/8

Date: March 21st 1945 - April 18th 1945

Statistics relating to cattle and butter production

Reference: B/A/W41/12

Date: April 4th 1941 - April 18th 1941

Shipment of 500 panniers of butter weighing 11,000 lbs on the SS Hubastone to Guernsey, returning a previous loan of butter to Jersey

Reference: B/A/W45/26

Date: August 27th 1941 - November 22nd 1941

Police report on the sale of red cross butter by Joseph Gordon Carrel, 3 Richmond Villas, First Tower

Reference: B/A/W50/202

Date: March 17th 1945 - March 17th 1945

Confiscation of butter owned by F M Hagan of Five Oaks, St Helier

Reference: B/A/W50/82

Date: February 4th 1943 - February 4th 1943

Shipment of butter from Granville

Reference: B/A/W63/20

Date: May 11th 1942 - May 11th 1942

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