Images of buoys at St Helier Harbour which had undergone maintenance work before being put back in the sea [from JEP 24/02/1983 p. 2].

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/332

Date: February 4th 1983 - February 4th 1983

Photographer: Barbara Pitman

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/332.

Contact Sheet 19 from Red Contact File 20 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheet contains images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, includes notes, Jersey Weekly Post references, and dates from 1947.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/20/CS19

Date: 1947-07 - 1947-07

Images of an inter club yachting regatta between the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club (RCIYC) and St Helier Yacht Club, held in St Aubin's Bay. The images include the Sea Hawk, the first boat to reach the Beach Rock Buoy with A Bisson at the helm, and other boats sailing towards the buoy off Millbrook [see JWP 12/71947 p 8]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 19 of Red Contact File 20 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/20/CS19/4

Date: July 3rd 1947 - July 12th 1947

Images of an inter club yachting regatta between the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club (RCIYC) and St Helier Yacht Club, held in St Aubin's Bay. The images include a gentleman and photographer in a boat, and K Budden in Kestrell II sailing the final part of the course [see JWP 12/71947 p 8]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 19 of Red Contact File 20 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/20/CS19/5

Date: July 3rd 1947 - July 12th 1947

Images of Inter insular yachting between St Helier Yacht Club and Guernsey Yacht Club [see JWP 15/07/1950 p 8]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 4 of Red Contact File 24 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A4/24/CS4/5

Date: 1950-07 - July 15th 1950

Letter 19B from [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur aboard SS Albion Star] to his dearest Kath [Kathleen de Carteret]. Pages 45-68 of Letter 19 [L/C/142/A1/A2/2/19]. Refers to passing by the North Brazilian coast, describes life aboard the ship and includes details of a discussion with Captain Bevan about his naval career.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A2/2/19B

Date: December 14th 1927 - December 18th 1927

Letter 19C from Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur aboard SS Albion Star] to [Kathleen de Carteret]. Pages 69-92 of Letter 19 [L/C/142/A1/A2/2/19]. Includes details of a discussion with Captain Bevan about his career, recollections of heavy snowfall in Jersey in the winter of 1916 and describes the final part of his voyage from Buenos Aires to St Vincent, Cape Verde Islands.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A2/2/19C

Date: December 18th 1927 - December 23rd 1927

Questions and answer session between Ted Larbalestier, a town ship pilot and the master of the SS Normand, the supply ship between Granville and the Channel Islands, and the Channel Islands Occupation Society. Answers questions on how he got the job as master, his crew including his first mate Silver Le Riche, how he became a pilot to guide ships into the St Helier Harbour, how much cargo was unloaded, the lay out of St Helier Harbour, when Germans took pilots on, who summoned him if he was wanted, whether he was onboard when a ship was attacked, the normal picking up and dropping off points, the passage through the rocks, lighthouses, memories of a particular barge, German naval ships, paddle steamers, what was used to put the pilots aboard, Captain Richmond-the Harbour Master, going around Gorey to get sand, towing in of barges, buoys in Gorey harbour, varieties of ships, the use of tugs, experiences in piloting, boom across the harbour entrance, cleaning up after liberation, raids in Granville, liberation boats, different tugs, the tug the Duke of Normandy, buoys, going to Pomme d'Or, German Harbour officials, pilots actions in the deportation and Michael Ginns' experience, the docking of cargo ships, pumping of petrol, list of ships with tanker licences, shipwrecks, inspections down the harbour, attacks on the harbour during the occupation, having to tow barges to Granville and once to St Malo with Silver Le Riche when they were mistakenly imprisoned, passes to go around Granville, experiences in Granville, executions of german soldiers, difficulties with mines, where and what was used for cable laying, the outpost at the Minquiers, fishing boats, railways down the harbour, the Chausey Islands and the running of the SS Normand. User copy available.

Reference: L/D/25/L/35

Date: March 22nd 1984 - March 22nd 1984

Interview of Silver Le Riche, St Helier Harbour Pilot 1940-1945, by members of the Channel Islands Occupation Society. Talking about his experience as a pilot bringing boats into St Helier Harbour during the occupation. Subjects covered include the duties that he carried out, his refusal to pilot a boat that was carrying mines and his subsequent questioning at the Pomme d'Or, the boats that used to go out to meet ships, those that piloted during the occupation, how they received orders verbally at the Southampton Hotel, restrictions on movement, presence of german soldiers when they brought the boat in, going to St Malo and being put in prison, the recruitment of the crew of the SS Normand through the Harbour Office, Captain Sowden who skippered the boat, the overloading of ships, shipwrecks, Captain Bennett of the SS Spinel and his death in Guernsey, the biggest ship he brought in, the night the SS Schockland sank, what happened to the SS Robert Muller during the war, Ted Larbalestier, bringing the Lavada (?) in, whether the germans took their advice, how he crashed a damaged ship, the H49, was arrested and put in prison and interrogated for 7 days, reminiscences of german masters down at the harbour, a floating crane, sand runs to Gorey, the size of ships in St Aubin, the bombing of a german ship, air raids, being given german orders by Captain Richmond and going to the Grand Hotel with George Gill, Peter Guiton, Ted Larbalestier and Bob La Cloche, tug trips to Guernsey on the Duke of Normandy, the SS Normand, the position and types of buoys, driving the SS Normand and the captain after Silver Le Riche, passenger services to France, experiences on the SS Diamond, rescuing germans from a shipwreck and number of shipwrecks in the island, Bill Furzer and Captain Richmond's uniform, his fellow pilots, working on Peter Guiton's farm, liberation, the arrival of the SS Vega, they show him photographs of the occupation. He talks about treating with germans after the liberation. They identify the ships in the photos. Asked about aking photographs in Granville, who is alive today who worked at the harbour during the occupation, the most frightening experience during the occupation as a pilot when he had a shot fired at him, restrictions on pilots, buying rations in France, the Duke of Normandy, lights to guide boats into the harbour, a german ship hitting the Dog's Nest, bringing soldiers out of St Malo at the start of the occupation and seeing the loch gates being destroyed, the pilot in Granville, how busy Granville was and if they refused to bring military cargo back to Jersey, his memory of the deportations, the barges collecting sand at Gorey for building works, the arrival of the Russians, attempted rescue of a ship, being sent to the Pomme d'Or for being drunk, his time in prison in St Malo and in the Pomme d'Or for seven days, their uniforms, piloting ships into the harbour at liberation, the SS Vega, when and where the railway stopped and who else to interview.

Reference: L/D/25/L/38

Harbours Department. Pat O'Halloran

Reference: p/03/b284/02

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b284/04

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Frouquier Aubert buoy change, Plateau de la Frouquie.

Reference: p/03/b284/10

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b284/19

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b284/21

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Graeme Mercier

Reference: p/03/b284/23

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department employee. Ian Lamy, first mate.

Reference: p/03/b285/04

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b286/01

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b286/06

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b286/13

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

Harbours Department. Buoy change.

Reference: p/03/b286/24

Date: August 10th 2000 - August 10th 2000

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