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15 Red Cross messages (19pp ms/ts) mainly sent by Miss P Bisson from Jersey to her brother-in-law's family on the Isle of Wight between October 1940 and November 1944, conveying brief family news; also an Isle of Wight Channel Islands Society membership card for 1943 - 1944.
Date: 1940 - 1944
Minutes of a meeting held at 'Rozel', Mount Durand 29/12/1944, between representatives from the International Red Cross, the States of Jersey and Guernsey, and the German Forces, to discuss Red Cross supplies for the Channel Islands. Includes correspondence with Guernsey and cards from the Red Cross representatives.
Date: December 29th 1944 - December 29th 1944
Correspondence relating to Red Cross activities, includes; request for news of Clarence Claude Painter and Peter Edward Painter, red cross messages, correspondence relating to the Irish community, evacuation of invalids, visits of the SS Vega, contents of food parcels, fuel control, and lists of medical and essential services supplies urgently needed
Date: May 23rd 1941 - April 18th 1945
Typed out Red Cross messages to Mr Woodman, Ann Street Brewery from Mrs Ida Parker and his reply. Mrs Parker is 'glad Stag carrying on and looking forward to when she can take over again', reply from Mr Woodman informing her 'Stag business was completely disposed of Christmas 1940, had sent previous message to this effect'.
Date: January 14th 1943 - January 14th 1943
Date: August 3rd 1943 - August 3rd 1943
Date: May 1st 1944 - May 1st 1944
Red Cross Message from S M Rive to his father J B Rive of Brooklyn, St Aubin, Jersey. Informs him that he has seen Harold's message, is sorry to see that mother has passed away and he has been unable to find Ray. Reply says that Philip now has a two year old son and Harold is in business with a partner.
Date: October 19th 1942 - February 6th 1943
Official postcard of the Channel Islands Refugee Committee sent by L G Rive of Brooklyn, St Aubin, Jersey to Stan Rive of 54, Orchard Court, Willow Tree Lane, Hayes, Middlesex in the week after liberation. Says how wonderful it is to be able to write to him again after five years and gives family news. Worried because has had no word from Ray since 1940. Says that he will not know the island when he returns and describes the excitement of liberation. Mentions Elsie Tardivel, her husband and daughter, who were deported to Germany but may now be in England. Asks him to send love to Rosemary, David "Sonny Boy", Betty and Robert.
Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945
Red Cross Message from Miss Lily Hoyles to George Hoyles of Lynmore, Plat Douet Road. Hope to see Murphy's this year. Hope you are all well. All well here including Willie and Malcolm, Much love to all Lily, Phyllis
Date: May 31st 1944 - May 31st 1944
Red Cross Letter from Robert Buesnel De la Haye care of Mr and Mrs Kempster, Canada to his cousin Evelyn Hoyles of Lynmore, Plat Douet Road, St Saviour. He writes that everyone is very friendly and they have met many people. He writes that he has begun swimming again and that he is sending a photograph of the Ole Canadian Home.
Date: June 1st 1944 - June 1st 1944
Red Cross Letter from Robert Buesnel de la Haye in Canada to Evelyn Hoyles of Lynmore, Plat Douet Road, Jersey. He writes that he has received the messages and that news about the Opera House is interesting. He relates that he is still writing to Reg and Auntie Winnie and that in December he had a hernia operation.
Date: April 17th 1944 - April 17th 1944
Red Cross Letter from Miss Lily Hoyles of Sussex to George Hoyles of Lynmore, Plat Douet Road. Miss Hoyles writes that she has received a message and she is glad that they are well. She writes that Willie and all are well and that she is glad he sees Maude
Date: March 6th 1945 - March 6th 1945
Date: April 10th 1944 - June 2nd 1944
Date: July 21st 1943 - August 28th 1943
Date: April 21st 1944 - April 21st 1944
Date: January 17th 1942 - January 23rd 1944
Post card from Mrs G Ahier of 6, Brighton Road to David Ahier in Alexandria expressing her delight about being liberated from the Occupation.
Date: May 15th 1945 - May 15th 1945