Operation Nestegg 1st Key Plan, Beach Maint. Area, Sector How Green. Relates to St Helier - not dated.

Reference: L/C/34/D/9

Date: 1943 - 1945

Four French currency notes; three one franc notes and one 50 centimes note. Issued by the Chambre de Commerce de Rennes et de St Malo.

Reference: L/C/34/E/1

Date: August 25th 1915 - August 25th 1915

Two Reichsmarks

Reference: L/C/34/E/2

Date: 1940 - 1945

Radio transmission from London, by American Correspondents. Intended to be heard by Dr. Goebbels.

Reference: L/C/34/E/3

Date: June 29th 1941 - June 29th 1941

Seating plan for the Liberation of Jersey Luncheon, given to their majesties at Government House. Colour.

Reference: L/C/34/E/4

Date: June 7th 1945 - June 7th 1945

Letter from Miss Gwen Jones, Dartville, St Lawrence Road, St Lawrence to Mrs Nellie Hearn, includes family news, her job at the Nursing Home, the food/fuel situation during the occupation, prices of butter and fruit, and the possibility of sending a bicycle to Jersey.

Reference: L/C/41/B/10

Date: June 23rd 1945 - June 23rd 1945

Letter from Miss Gwen Jones, Dartville, St Lawrence Road, St Lawrence to Mrs Nellie Hearn, talks about the amount of letters being sent to the Channel Islands and asks about the family

Reference: L/C/41/B/9

Date: May 20th 1945 - May 20th 1945

Letter from Mr Sydney Gray, Shaldon, Balmoral Avenue, Samares to Mr George Hearn includes information on the evacuation in 1940 from Jersey, vegetables grown in his allotment, request to send cycle tyres, and return of his wireless set.

Reference: L/C/41/C/1

Date: June 16th 1945 - June 16th 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm from G. E. Penseney, Oxford. A letter of congratulations on the occasion of the liberation (Including envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/3

Date: May 10th 1945 - May 10th 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm from Madge, who lived in Portchester, Hants. A congratulatory letter on the occasion of the Liberation of Jersey. (Including envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/4

Date: May 11th 1945 - May 11th 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm from Billy and Ruby Voisin of Cheltenham, England. The letter comments on the liberation of the Island and gives news of family and friends from Jersey who live in England. (Includes envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/5

Date: May 17th 1945 - May 17th 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm sent from Portchester in Hants. The letter talks of the liberation and the family and of an intended visit to the Island. (Includes envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/6

Date: May 22nd 1945 - May 22nd 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm sent from William Voisin. The letter relates to the liberation, and news of family in England. There is also information on the production of aircraft by Ruby Voisin.

Reference: L/C/45/B/7

Date: May 13th 1945 - May 13th 1945

Letter to Miss Kathleen Patch at Pomme d'Or Farm sent from Ruby Voisin. The letter relates to the liberation, and news of family in England. The letter also asks that if there is anything that they need from England to let them know. (Includes envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/8

Date: May 28th 1945 - May 28th 1945

Letters to Miss Kathleen Patch at Thorncroft, Beaumont sent from G E Penseney. The letter relates to the Royal visit and has news of family . The letter has information on how to receive some money, and asks if anything is needed in Jersey. (Includes Envelope)

Reference: L/C/45/B/9

Date: May 23rd 1945 - June 17th 1945

Letter from Lieutenant Colonel James Taylor, Senior Officer 20 Civil Affairs Unit, to his wife concerning the Liberation of Jersey. Details include accommodation and a brief account of his arrival in Jersey on 9th May 1945 and the scenes in Jersey. He also details the jobs that were to be done by the British soldiers and includes personal details about Alexander Coutanche, the Bailiff.

Reference: L/C/72/A/1

Date: May 9th 1945 - May 18th 1945

Letter from Lieutenant Colonel James Taylor, Senior Officer 20 Civil Affairs Unit, to his wife concerning the Liberation of Jersey. Details include flag hoisting in the Royal Square, affairs of the Royal Court and dealings with the German command.

Reference: L/C/72/A/2

Date: May 10th 1945 - May 21st 1945

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