Papers regarding the memorial to the twenty Islanders from Jersey who died in concentration camps or as a consequence of being in a camp during the Second World War, including Order of Service, the design of the memorial, the names to be included and the wording on the memorial itself, guest lists for the dedication in the presence of the Bailiff Sir Philip Bailhache, held on 9 November 1996 (memorial located on the New North Quay, St Helier Harbour)

Reference: C/C/L/C6/5/3

Date: June 10th 1995 - November 11th 1996

Photographs of Mr and Mrs W McLean Humble and their family paying their respects at the grave of Seamen Robert Bellamy and Private Andre Dignac in Sark. (originally attached to C/C/L/C7/1/2/90) The men died on 28 December 1943 during a reconnaissance raid in the Island

Reference: C/C/L/C7/1/3

Date: 1994 - 1994

File re. Lieut. George Haas and Capt. Edward Clarke, American servicemen (held as prisoners of war) who escaped from the Island in January 1945. Itineraries, guest list for reception, police operational orders re. unveiling of plaques at Gorey Pier and Le Hurel slip, Grouville, press cuttings from the Jersey Evening Post

Reference: C/C/L/C7/3/1

Date: October 19th 1994 - April 28th 1995

File re. escapees, unveiling of memorial plaque on 9 May, guest lists and reception for prisoners of war at the Town Hall in the presence of the Prince of Wales

Reference: C/C/L/C7/3/5

Date: July 12th 1994 - May 18th 1995

File regarding the Book of Remembrance listing all those who escaped from the Island during the Occupation and the plaque unveiled by Prince Charles on 9 May 1995 commemorating those who died in their escape attempts

Reference: C/C/L/C7/3/6

Date: December 15th 1994 - May 22nd 1995

Correspondence regarding plaques and their wording unveiled during 1995. Memorial to political detainees Gloucester Street; memorial to Mrs L Gould, St Ouen; memorial to Captain Ed Clark and Lieut. George Haas American officers who espaped from the Island in January 1945, Gorey Harbour; memorial to escapees and those who helped them in particular the Bertram families, Fauvic; plaque in Liberation Square; plaque on the Albert Quay commemorating the arrival SS Vega in December 1944; Book of Remberance for escapees

Reference: C/C/L/C9/1

Date: August 12th 1994 - March 27th 1995

Design for the wording on the 'Fauvic Embarkation Point' memorial to the men who escaped to France and acknowledgement to the people who helped them including the Bertram family (with amendments)

Reference: C/C/L/C9/3

Date: 1995 - 1995

Design for the wording on the 'Clarke/Haas' memorial to the American officers who escaped to France in January 1945 with the help of Wilfred Bertram, unveiled on 20 January 1995 by the Bailiff Sir Peter Crill at Gorey Harbour

Reference: C/C/L/C9/4

Date: 1995 - 1995

Design for the wording on the 'SS Vega' memorial to the Swedish ship despatched by the International Red Cross from Lisbon, unveiled by the Bailiff Sir Peter Crill at St Helier Harbour on 30 December 1994 on the 50th anniversary of the first arrival of the Vega

Reference: C/C/L/C9/5

Date: 1994 - 1994

Digital copy of Exhibit JPN3: Newscutting of an article in the Jersey Evening Post by Anthony Dearie about Julia Westaway and the centenary of the Westaway Trust titled A legacy to the poor. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/A4/9/WD000157/3

Date: 2006 - 2006

Digital copy of the Transcript of Session 3 on Day 2 of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Panel Roundtable Discussions at St Paul's Centre, held as part of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Review 2019.

Reference: C/D/AW16/TR000007

Date: May 22nd 2019 - May 22nd 2019

Digital copy of an Officer's Report from CI [Civilian Investigator] Michael Pick of the Historical Abuse Team to the SIO [Senior Investigating Officer] of Operation Rectangle on the subject of Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW2/A5/9/WD006378

Date: April 3rd 2008 - April 3rd 2008

The memorial for the 'Jersey Twenty' , located outside the Maritime Musuem and Occupation Tapestry Gallery, St Helier. Photograph taken by Paul Saunders (not dated)

Reference: C/D/P/L/B/5

Date: 1997 - 1998

Plans of the cemetery at Howard Davis Park dated 1943 and 1949 and of the memorials dated 1956

Reference: D/AL/A6/1981(C3)

Date: 1943 - 1956

Plans of the teak furniture in the memorial hall at Howard Davis Park

Reference: D/AL/A6/1992(C3)

Date: 1949 - 1949

Declaration of Trust between George Oscar Laurens and his wife Enid Henrietta Laurens née Francis of Salthaugh, St Clement of the first part and George Oscar Laurens, Enid Henrietta Laurens, John Thomas Amy Willcox, Senator Philip Le Quesne and Ronald Postill (Headmaster Victoria College) of the second part regarding the desire of the Laurens to erect a cricket pavilion for the pupils at Victoria College in memory of their son George Herbert Francis Laurens killed in action in 1945

Reference: D/AP/E/6

Date: March 5th 1949 - March 5th 1949

Agreement between George Oscar Laurens, his wife Enid Henrietta Laurens née Francis and Oscar Deslandes Francis Laurens of Salthaugh, St Clement, John Thomas Amy Willcox, Senator Philip Le Quesne and Ronald Postill (Headmaster Victoria College) of the first part and Francis de Lisle Bois, Greffier of the States, on behalf of the Public Instruction Committee of the second part regarding the declaration of trust relating to the desire of the Laurens to erect a cricket pavilion for the pupils at Victoria College in memory of their son George Herbert Francis Laurens killed in action in 1945

Reference: D/AP/E/7

Date: March 5th 1949 - March 5th 1949

Ground plan and elevation of proposed memorial pavilion, Victoria College by chartered architect Roy C Blampied, 33, Halkett Place, St Helier. Approved by Act of the States

Reference: D/AP/E/8

Date: June 2nd 1949 - June 2nd 1949

Two Photographs: 1. Highlands Cemetery circa 1935. 2. Memorial to those laid to rest in the cemetery at Highlands-later exhumed and reinterred.

Reference: D/J/W/A1/9

Date: 1935 - 1935

Directorate correspondence relating to the Harrison Memorial Clock at Victoria College

Reference: D/J1/A/B1/B/25/22

Date: August 8th 1967 - August 8th 1967

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