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Date: May 20th 1980 - May 20th 1980
Date: June 3rd 1980 - June 3rd 1980
Date: August 24th 1982 - August 24th 1982
Draft Policing of Parks (Amendment No. 4) (Jersey) Regulations, 1983, lodged by the Defence Committee
Date: July 12th 1983 - July 12th 1983
Date: January 19th 1988 - January 19th 1988
Digital copy of a Case Note about Witness 123 by [Child Care Officer] L Bygrave. Copy sent to Mr [Colin] Tilbrook [Superintendent, Haut de la Garenne]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 123. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 123's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 20 February 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/5/WS000129 and C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/7/WD002008.
Date: May 26th 1966 - May 26th 1966
Digital copy of a Letter from Witness 482 to Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Chair Frances Oldham QC providing an account of her experiences in foster care, and at Brig-y-Don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home and Jersey Home for Girls. [Some details redacted].
Date: November 5th 2014 - November 5th 2014
Digital copy of George Hamon’s statement to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences in care at Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted].
Date: November 26th 2014 - November 26th 2014
Sound recording of Ron Buesnel speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 23/05/2005 by Geraldine des Forges for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Buesnel speaks about the first days of the Occupation, seeing a plane for the first time, seeing the German soldiers, the restriction on farming produce, the raids on the farms for produce, the Germans taking some machine like the lorries, his time at the Grouville school, at the beginning and the end of the Occupation, the greenhouses, the relationships with the Germans, the slave workers, the Organisation Todt, the Russian camps, the buses, radios, collaborations, trading, the bombing before the liberations, food and ressources shortage, stealing, the deportations, stealing from empty houses, the arrival of the 'Tommies', the dumping of German equipment, people trying to escape the island and girls going out with Germans.
Date: May 23rd 2005
Sound recording of Jean Arthur speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 25/03/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Arthur speak about moving houses during the Occupations, the prisoners of war, Sundays school visit to the underground hospital, going to school during the Occupations, telephones, buses, farm crops, apples, horses, the use of a threshing machines, school, entertainments during the Occupations, farm workers, weight bridges, foot and mouth disease, the farmer communities, the Young Farmers Club's, school sports, going to the Agriculture College in Warwickshire, the Royal Visits and seeing the coronation on television,
Date: March 25th 2005
Sound recording of Harry Baudains speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 08/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Baudains speak about the last weeks of the occupation, the Kings speech, electricity cuts, the celebrations in Liberation square, having a radio, the Royal Visit, his time at Victoria College before and after the liberations, the farming before, during and after the Occupation, the horse drawn equipment during the war and machineries after the war, having a lorry, collecting seaweed on the beaches, an attempted escape to England, going to town during the occupation, participating in activities with the Young Farmers Club, going to Germany and Austria, his involvement with the Battle of Flowers, joining the honorary police, the international road race, the death of the king and the coronation, television, the clean up of the island, school sports, the draught of '47 and the transport and selling of tomatoes.
Date: October 8th 2004
Sound recording of Percy Le Masurier speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 20/10/2004 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Masurier speaks about his exam before the occupation, working on a farm and the advantages, organising a sport club during the occupation, the rapid mechanisation after the war, his cattle farm and varying his crops, his involvment with the Milk Marketing board, the varying number of cattle on the island and the impact on milk supply, the potatoes industy and the exportation, the insurance scheme, the sale of german horses and of the prisoners of wars wooden huts.
Date: October 20th 2004
Date: 1970 - 1970
Petition to Major General Sir Francis Bingham, Lieutenant Governor; William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from men and women resident in Jersey request that the States take steps to ensure that old and worn out horses in Jersey will be slaughtered in the Island under humane conditions. Presented by John Renouf, Deputy of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.
Date: September 19th 1925 - September 19th 1925
Petition to Major General Henry Richard Abadie, Lieutenant Governor; William Henry Venables Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the men who rent out horses, carriages and carts requesting the States to repeal the law which prohibits the importation of hay and straw to the Island
Date: April 9th 1901 - April 9th 1901
Piers and Harbours department correspondence re. the St Helier harbour weighbridge includes: letter from the Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals re. planting of a row of trees to provide shade for horses during the potato season, state of the approach, improvements, staffing, petition re. provision of shelter from rain
Date: August 23rd 1879 - March 23rd 1897
Import Accounts - each quarter of the year is indexed by the type of import, alphabetically at the back of the volume. Imports vary enormously and include the following; barley, beer and ale, bran, bricks, cement, coal, eggs, flour, hay, gunpowder and explosives, limestone, manure, meat, onion, potatoes, pottery, salt, slates, straw, sugar, timber, tobacco and cigars, wines and spirits, horses, dogs, bicycles, paraffin, sulphuric acid, glass, maize, tea, and vehicles
Date: 1903 - 1903
Date: 1911 - 1911