Request from R Knowlton Harris, Hollingdean Terrace, Brighton, Sussex for his wife, Lilian Amy Harris' body to be exhumed from Wurzach Civilians Cemetery and buried in Jersey

Reference: B/A/L24/14

Date: June 15th 1945 - June 25th 1945

Claim for personal injuries by Mr J P Ross deported with his family to Wurzach

Reference: B/A/W21/8

Date: May 10th 1946 - February 13th 1947

Letter from Jack J Devonald relating to his mother Alice Maud Devonald and father who were interned at Wurzach, Germany. The return letter indicates that the camp senior, Captain J Aston Hilton recalls the couple

Reference: B/A/W80/4

Date: October 6th 1958 - October 17th 1958

Grave Registration Report Form for Adeline Maud Bowden, née Rault born 1892, died 1942; Joan Millicent Hutton, née Debenham born 1897, died 1943; Ruby May Brint, née de Gruchy born 1907, died 1943; Geraldine Anne Barnes born 1936, died 1943; Stephen Lewis Bull born 1903, died 1943; Raymond John Gould born 1933, died 1944; Hugh Arbuckle born 1877, died 1944; William Philip Todhunter born 1882, died 1944; James Lennox Thomson born 1882, died 1944; Lilian Amy Harris, née du Feu born 1901, died 1945; Cecil Bingham Atyeo born 1882, died 1945; Alfred Miranda born 1874, died 1944. Buried at the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Bad-Wurzach, Germany

Reference: D/AP/K/8/8

Date: May 5th 1951 - May 5th 1951

Luggage tag from the British Red Cross marked to Robert Faulder, a British Civilian Internee at Wurzach, Germany

Reference: F/L/X/5

Date: 1943 - 1945

Joan Coles Collection

Reference: L/C/01

Diary of Joan Coles, neé Salmon, entitled 'The Diary of a British Internee in Camp/Schloss Wurzach'. The diary gives details of daily activity in the Internment camp.

Reference: L/C/01/A/1

Date: September 18th 1942 - June 7th 1945

Diary entries, copied in 1970, taken from Joan Coles Internment diary.

Reference: L/C/01/A/2

Date: September 18th 1942 - June 7th 1945

Brief account of Joan Coles, neé Salmon, experience in the internment camp at Wurzach

Reference: L/C/01/A/3

Date: September 18th 1942 - June 7th 1945

Papers relating to the publication by La Haule Books Ltd of Joan Coles' Internment diary

Reference: L/C/01/A/4

Date: April 3rd 1984 - March 27th 1985

Notebook containing alterations and edits to the publication of Joan Coles Internment camp diary. Contains an epilogue to the diary relating to return visits to Wurzach

Reference: L/C/01/A/5

Date: 1973 - 1973

Notebook containing alterations and edits to the publication of Joan Coles Internment camp diary. Also contains a speech written by Joan Coles with details relating to the Netherlands.

Reference: L/C/01/A/6

Date: 1973 - 1973

Diary entries written in pencil by Joan Salmon, from Sunday 11th October to Wednesday October 14th

Reference: L/C/01/A/7

Date: October 11th 1942 - October 14th 1942

Pencil drawn plan of Wurzach Internment camp, backed on card. Drawn by Joan Coles, neé Salmon.

Reference: L/C/01/B/A/1

Date: October 1st 1942 - October 1st 1942

Artists impression of Room 59 for 16 women at Wurzach Internment camp. Attached description reads 'Note wooden double beds with horse hair mattresses and typical German stove in centre of room'

Reference: L/C/01/B/A/10

Date: 1942 - 1945

Pencil drawings of two trees, unknown artist.

Reference: L/C/01/B/A/11

Date: 1942 - 1945

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