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

Talk by Mr Sam Renouf to the Channel Islands Occupation Society on beekeeping during the occupation. Introduction by a member of the CIOS. Talks about the Jersey Beekeepers Association which was founded during the First World War by the Société Jersiaise, the industry's development, the lessening opportunities for beekeeping now as a result of the lessening of the agriculture industry, methods of extracting honey from hives, people who used to keep bees in Jersey, starting beekeeping as a hobby after the Great War and the equipment he used, advantage of keeping bees during the occupation, how hives were made during the occupation and the improvisation was necessary, being short of beeswax, methods of encouraging bees, a great deal of stealing by german soldiers and russian prisoners of war, attempts to prevent stealing by various methods including camouflage, putting it on the roof and in somebody's bedroom, deaths of bees due to gunfire, lack of honey due to trees being cut down for fuel, his allowance of petrol, looking after other people's hives, handing over honey for hospitals and the sick in place of medicine, trees that bees like, making of mead which was kept for liberation, improvisation with food, different places that he kept bees, keeping and making crystal radio sets, requisition of tyres by the germans but Mr Renouf kept his, inspections by the germans of his vehicles, requests by the germans for honey, moving bees, supplying bees for different people, experiences of being shelled whilst fishing, getting salt from the sea at Le Fret, needing sugar for the hives, reproduction and numbers of bees, how long bees live for, what bumble bees are, the treating of wounds with honey and pollen, value of honey and pollen, his experience of a trip to Russia for a beekeeping conference and the different techniques of beekeeping in Russia.

Reference: L/D/25/L/53

Date: January 6th 1982 - January 6th 1982

Scrapbook No 3 compiled by Mr E J de Ste Croix. Includes cuttings from the Evening Post, labels from french suppliers to Jersey, ration notices, supply of footwear, curfew notices, advert for a German theatre comedy, warnings by the bailiff against loitering and damaging property of the occupying forces, the report and inquest into the death of James Patrick Fitzgerald and the injury of Lawrence Horgan when stepping on a landmine at Les Platons, Trinity, restrictions on fuel, notices on firearms, notices about the appearance of V sign propaganda around the island, order regarding fishing, requisitioning, an entry permit for one of the houses of the brothels, a card to enable german soldiers to obtain food whilst in transit, a notice warning of 5 years of imprisonment for stealing from the feldpost and 6-10 for stealing petrol from the army depot, an order relative to protection against acts of sabotage, an article about a film being made of the retreat of Dunkirk, a time sheet for local workers of Theodor Elsche, notice on the sentencing of Louis Berrier for releasing a pigeon with a message for England, the German answer to v sign propaganda, registration of vehicles, propaganda by the Germans against the British, football fixtures, the stopping of printing the Evening Post on thursday and a copy of Marshall Petain's telegram to Hitler expressing sympathy for attacks against German Forces in France.

Reference: L/D/25/M2/3

Date: May 20th 1941 - December 3rd 1941

Committee of Island Defence - Permits for the Purchase of Petrol of A G Blake, Great Western Hotel, The Weighbridge to be purchased from St Helier's Garage, and of Francis J Renouf, La Falaize Farm, St Mary to be purchased from P J Renouf, St Mary's Garage

Reference: L/F/54/C/N/1

Date: October 21st 1939 - November 18th 1939

Photocopy of the front of a Motor Spirit Ration Book belonging to R H Queree

Reference: L/F/54/C/S/1

Date: December 17th 1939 - January 13th 1940

Photocopy of a Charge Sheet - charging Albert Chardine with supplying petrol to three escapees in May 1942 which resulted in his imprisonment

Reference: M/03/1

Date: June 11th 1942 - June 11th 1942

Letter from Victor Carey, Bailiff of Guernsey to Mr A Callais, International Red Cross re. diesel oil and petrol

Reference: M/05/4/2

Date: May 7th 1945 - May 7th 1945

Tom Butel pumping petrol into the depot fuel tank.

Reference: P/03/136/06

Date: May 3rd 2000 - May 3rd 2000

Ernie Mallett filling his Ford Fiesta 1.4 Ghia car with unleaded petrol at Freelance Garages, La Route De La Trinite. In asscoiation with Safeway supermarket, Freelance Garages give a 15% discount on production of a Safeway till receipt.

Reference: p/03/368/11

Date: July 28th 2000 - July 28th 2000

Andy Lewis, a driver for Esso delivering petrol to the depot in St Saviours.

Reference: P/03/372/09

Date: September 13th 2000 - September 13th 2000

Public Services Department. Ann Newton, Mont á L'Abbé School bus driver, refuelling at Bellozanne.

Reference: p/03/b229/00

Date: November 21st 2000 - November 21st 2000

Public Services Department. Ann Newton, Mont á L'Abbé School bus driver, refuelling at Bellozanne.

Reference: p/03/b229/01

Date: November 21st 2000 - November 21st 2000

Public Services Department. Ann Newton, Mont á L'Abbé School bus driver, refuelling at Bellozanne.

Reference: p/03/b229/03

Date: November 21st 2000 - November 21st 2000

Public Services Department. Ann Newton, Mont á L'Abbé School bus driver, pulling away after refuelling her bus at Bellozanne.

Reference: p/03/b229/04

Date: November 21st 2000 - November 21st 2000

Temps Passe - Petrol Tanks being built on the harbour in 1954 - 20/11/2007

Reference: US/349

Date: 2007 - 2007

Digital copy of Exhibit 1: SDN [Short Descriptive Notes] prepared from a tape of a voluntary interview of Witness 662 by DC [Detective Constable] Kim Newth and CI [Civilian Investigator] John McMahon in Interview room 4 at RBPS [Rouge Bouillon Police Station]. [Some details redacted]. Used in relation to Witness 662's statement to the Inquiry dated 30 June 2015, see ZC/D/AW2/B1/16/WS000607.

Reference: ZC/D/AW2/A1/14/WD006691/1

Date: August 3rd 2009 - August 4th 2009

Digital copy of Exhibit 3: Officer's Report from CI [Civilian Investigator] Paul Nicholas Goddard of the Historical Abuse Team to the SIO [Senior Investigating Officer] of Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted]. Used in relation to Witness 662's statement to the Inquiry dated 30 June 2015, see ZC/D/AW2/B1/16/WS000607.

Reference: ZC/D/AW2/A1/14/WD006691/3

Date: April 1st 2009 - May 19th 2009

Digital copy of a Memorandum from CCO [Child Care Officer] Dorothy Inglis to SCCO [Senior Child Care Officer] Marnie Baudains outlining an incident occurring on 26 September concerning the Officer in Charge of La Préférence Children's Home Fay Busenel. [Some details redacted].

Reference: ZC/D/AW2/A5/2/WD006841

Date: September 30th 1994 - September 30th 1994

Digital copy of SDN [Short Descriptive Notes] prepared from a tape of a voluntary interview of Witness 662 by DC [Detective Constable] Kim Newth and CI [Civilian Investigator] John McMahon in Interview room 4 at RBPS [Rouge Bouillon Police Station]. [Some details redacted].

Reference: ZC/D/AW2/A7/12/WD006221

Date: August 3rd 2009 - August 4th 2009

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

Reference: ZC/D/AW2/A7/12/WD006228

Date: April 1st 2009 - May 19th 2009

Search query time: 0.3125169 seconds • Page build time: 0.010175251960754 seconds