Unofficial and incomplete lists of Channel Islanders deported to German Penal Prisons and German Concentration Camps

Reference: L/C/24/A/3

Date: 1940 - 1945

Unofficial and incomplete lists of people from Jersey deported to German Penal Prisons and German Concentration Camps in France, Poland and Germany. Updated February 2001

Reference: L/C/24/A/3a

Date: 1940 - 1945

Unofficial and incomplete lists of Channel Islanders deported to German Penal Prisons and German Concentration Camps. Updated July 2003

Reference: L/C/24/A/3b

Date: 1940 - 1945

Unofficial and incomplete lists of Channel Islanders deported to German Penal Prisons and German Concentration Camps. Updated 14/01/2004

Reference: L/C/24/A/3c

Date: 1940 - 1945

The Colleen Querée story. Details about her escape to France aboard SS Minotaure, which was torpedoed by the British. She survived but was arrested on arrival in St Malo and sent to prison in Rennes for 21 days, she was subsequently returned to Jersey

Reference: L/C/24/C/8

Date: July 9th 1945 - July 9th 1945

The Dennis Le Curiot story. He escaped from the Island on 3 July 1944 aboard a ship for Grainville which was torpedoed, he survived and on arrival in St Malo was taken to a barracks in St Servan. He escaped and headed for St Lo which was controlled by the Americans. He joined the United States Army as an interpreter.

Reference: L/C/24/C/9

Date: 1944 - 1944

Photocopy of an article in the 'Evening Post' announcing the attempted escape and arrest of 'three youths ...' trying 'to reach England in a motor-boat ...' Peter Hassall, Maurice Gould and Denis Audrain

Reference: L/C/24/D1/1

Date: May 3rd 1942 - May 9th 1942

Papers relating to François Scornet, executed by firing squad at St Ouen's Manor on 17th March 1941. Includes: copies of notices in the Jersey Evening Post, description of his escape story (in French with English translation), Department of Public Health notice allowing his body to be returned to France, 1945, newscutting article describing the visit of Roger Le Corre and Roger Goasguen to the Underground Hospital, 1993 (both gentlemen in the group who attempted to escape from the Island with François Scornet) and other papers

Reference: L/C/24/D5/1

Date: March 23rd 1941 - March 17th 1993

Copy of police report relating to Joe Mière, 1945 (in German with English translation). Description of some of Joe Mière's experiences in prison and escape attempt by Donald Bell, Frank Le Pennec and Richard Williams (not dated)

Reference: L/C/24/D6/1

Date: February 12th 1945 - February 12th 1945

Photocopy of a newscutting from the Jersey Evening Post concerning the release of documents from the Public Records Office relating to the debriefing of Jersey people who escaped from the Island during the Occupation

Reference: L/C/24/H/18

Date: November 18th 1996 - November 18th 1996

Photocopy of a newscutting from the Jersey Evening Post concerning the release of documents from the Public Records Office relating to the debriefing of Jersey people who escaped from the Island during the Occupation - gives details of the contents

Reference: L/C/24/H/19

Date: November 19th 1996 - November 19th 1996

Photocopy of a newscutting from the Jersey Evening Post of a letter from Joe Mière concerning plans for a memorial to those who escaped or perished trying to escape and Jersey's political prisoners

Reference: L/C/24/H/9

Date: July 25th 1994 - July 25th 1994

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 68. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post.

Reference: L/C/306/A/4/68

Date: November 1st 1942 - November 30th 1942

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 76. Includes: copies of Red Cross messages to Helene M Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street from friends and family; and a newscutting of an article published in the Evening Post asking the public to assist in the apprehension of escaped Russian workers.

Reference: L/C/306/A/4/76

Date: August 13th 1942 - December 31st 1942

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 21. Includes: copies of Red Cross messages from Patrick Joseph Shannon and Irene Florence Jackson to Helene M Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street; and newscuttings of notices and articles published in the Evening Post.

Reference: L/C/306/A/5/21

Date: January 15th 1943 - May 21st 1943

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 77. Includes: a copy of the 18 May 1945 edition of the Evening Post with the frontpage headline The Home Secretary and the Channel Islands: Full Statement in the House of Commons; and a newscutting of an article published in the Evening Post regarding a Jersey Green Room Club production of Prenez Garde à la Peinture at the Opera House.

Reference: L/C/306/A/6/77

Date: May 18th 1945 - May 18th 1945

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 6, Page 78. Includes: a copy of the 19 May 1945 edition of the Evening Post, including a list of Jersey residents in internment camps in Jersey upon their safe arrival in England, and a list of Jersey prisoners of war safe in England.

Reference: L/C/306/A/6/78

Date: May 19th 1945 - May 19th 1945

Diary letter 'to be delivered as soon as free communication and the censorship permit' to Mr & Mrs E Mourant, Maison de Haut, Longueville, St Saviour from Arthur Mourant, covering the year July 1941 - June 1942, concerning the escape of Dennis Vibert, the Jersey Society in London, a description of the wedding of Elizabeth Partridge and John Ives, peat digging Gorey Marsh, midwifery training at Dartford County Hospital, and the Société Jersiaise War Emergency Committee (Volume II)

Reference: L/C/31/A/2

Date: October 31st 1941 - July 22nd 1942

Copy of a letter from Dorothy [Daymond] to her father, J D D [John Dudley Daymond] handed to an escapee in October 1944 and received on 27 July 1945.

Reference: L/C/328/A2/2

Date: October 11th 1944 - July 27th 1945

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