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Date: April 15th 1955 - May 31st 1955
Professional and Trade Associations: Jersey Farmers' Union - including a rules booklet, report and balance sheet with a list of members
Date: 1941 - 1941
Date: July 30th 1944 - October 28th 1944
Date: February 11th 1943 - February 16th 1943
Correspondence concerning the appointment of managers to the farms of Frederic John Nicolle, Thomas Philip Mourant and John Whitley Starck whilst they are in prison
Date: March 22nd 1943 - April 19th 1943
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
Date: 1940 - 1945
Evacuation of Mr Sumner from Bellevue House, St Aubin, to Mont au Roux, St Aubin, and of Mr Chevalier from La Coin to Beau Coin
Date: July 22nd 1943 - July 22nd 1943
Date: September 21st 1942 - September 21st 1942
Subsided Interest Rate on Monies Borrowed by Growers: Amendment to Scheme, lodged by the Agriculture and Fisheries Committee
Date: February 2nd 1982 - February 2nd 1982
Interest Subsidies to the Agricultural Industry: Continuation and Extension, lodged by the Agriuculture and Fisheries Committee
Date: December 20th 1983 - December 20th 1983
Date: June 5th 1984 - June 5th 1984
Storm Damage: Assistance to Growers with Glasshouses and Polythene Tunnels, lodged by the Agriculture and Fisheries Committee.
Date: October 27th 1987 - October 27th 1987
Date: October 26th 1993 - October 26th 1993
Sound recording of Norman Alexander speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include where he lived, moving farms, the price of farms and speaking jèrriais. Mr Alexander accent is mainly St Peter but he was previously lived in St Clement and Trinity.
Date: July 18th 2017
Sound recording of Norman Alexander speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include house prices, his farming business during and after the war as an agricultural merchant selling bulbs and his time as an organist at Philadelphie Methodist Church. Mr Alexander accent is possibly St Clement.
Date: February 1st 2018
Digital copy of Correspondence about the registration of aliens as childminders and the fostering of alien children. [Some details redacted].
Date: May 21st 1971 - June 30th 1971
Digital copy of Case Notes about Witness 43. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 43. [Some details redacted]. For the transcript of Witness 43's tape recorded interview with the States of Jersey Police dated 18 July 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/1/WS000124.
Date: March 10th 1983 - March 15th 1983
Digital copy of Case Notes about Witness 43 by Child Care Officer (Fostering) D J Castledine. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 43. [Some details redacted]. For the transcript of Witness 43's tape recorded interview with the States of Jersey Police dated 18 July 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/1/WS000124.
Date: January 12th 1983 - January 17th 1983
Correspondence to and from the Essential Commodities Department relating to the amount of meat in the island, the requirements of pork for the island, prices of pigs, and supply of pigs from farmers
Date: January 4th 1954 - September 26th 1956
Petition to Major General A Wilson, Lieutenant Governor, William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the Jersey Farmers Union regarding the proposed law on rights of importation 'ad valorem', requesting the States to reject the law. Signed by Percy Vivian Cooke, President of the Union. Lodged au Greffe
Date: May 13th 1919 - May 13th 1919