Sound recording of Mazel L Boléat speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include her family, cycling, farm animals, farm produces, farm building materials, her holidays in Jersey, Normandy and South Africa, and the making of plum jam. Mrs Boléat accent is from both St Martin and St Mary.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/4

Date: May 13th 2017

Sound recording of Mazel L Boléat speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include the outdoor making of plum jam, fete and events at the Diamond club, the making of Jersey Wonders, and ailments and cures. Mrs Boléat accent is from both St Martin and St Mary.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/5

Date: July 26th 2017

Sound recording of Wilfred E Carré speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include his family, his work as a farmer, the occupation, and fishing. Mr Carré accent is possibly from St Ouen.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/6

Date: June 21st 2017

Sound recording of Doreen Coutanche speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include her family and her life in Jersey. Mrs Coutanche accent is possibly from the middle island.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/7

Date: November 4th 2017

Sound recording of Marguerite Davey speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Topics covered include her life at the care home of Maison St Brelade, and the singing and reciting of rhymes. Mrs Davey accent is mainly from St Ouen.

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/8

Date: January 19th 2018

Sound recording of Graham Martyn de Gruchy speaking in jèrriais for the Jèrriais Today Community Recording Project. Mr de Gruchy accent is from St Martin. [Currently waiting for audio file]

Reference: C/D/AS/A1/9

Date: January 31st 2018

Sound recordings

Reference: C/D/P/H3

States of Jersey debate on amendment to the Strategic Policy Review Report proposal by Deputy Henry Coutanche for the Jersey Archives Service to be made a 'special case' for capital funding in 1998

Reference: C/D/P/H3/1

Date: September 10th 1996 - September 10th 1996

Jersey Archive Focus Group meeting on 10 November 2001. Those taking part were Christina Le Mottee, Fiona Clements, Bruce Willing, Ann Schreer, Karen Gough, Lynn Quinquenel and Jeremy Tomes. The meeting was facilitated by Beth Lloyd of the Jersey Heritage Trust.

Reference: C/D/P/H3/2

Date: November 10th 2001 - November 10th 2001

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Raymonde Martel and Madeleine Breslin (identified by a New Zealand accent), who are twin sisters and their cousin Daphne Syvret. Subject of interview: Frank Le Villio (No 1). Frank Le Villio was sentenced by decree of the troop court on 19 June 1944 for 'serious military larceny'. He was deported to France where he was held at various prisons including Fresnes. He met Harold Le Druillence and both were at Bergen-Belsen in the final days of the war. Frank was repatriated to England, he was treated for TB in Nottingham where he had an aunt living nearby. He died on 26 September 1946 age 21. (Tape 45 minutes each side)

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/1

Date: June 25th 1997 - June 25th 1997

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Raymonde Martel and Madeleine Breslin (identified by a New Zealand accent), who are twin sisters and their cousin Daphne Syvret. Subject of interview: Frank Le Villio (No 2), on 25/06/1997. Tape recording of an interview by Paul Saunders with Bob Le Sueur on 30/06/1997 (No 1), subject of interview: Louisa Gould and the resistance in the island. (Tape 45 minutes each side)

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/2

Date: June 25th 1997 - June 25th 1997

Date: June 30th 1997 - June 30th 1997

Tape recording of the second part of the interview by Paul Sanders with Bob Le Sueur regarding Louisa Gould, 30/06/1997. Interview with John Painter regarding Clarence Claude Painter on 30/06/1997 and first part of interview with Betty Bois, 08/07/1997 (Tape 30 minutes each side)

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/3

Date: June 30th 1997 - June 30th 1997

Date: July 8th 1997 - July 8th 1997

Tape recording of the second part of the interview by Paul Sanders with Betty Bois on 08/07/1997. (Tape 30 minutes each side)

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/4

Date: July 8th 1997 - July 8th 1997

Tape recording of the last part of the interview by Paul Sanders with Betty Bois, 08/07/1997. Interveiw by Paul Sanders with Birdie Paisnel, regarding her grandfather Emile John Paisnel on 10/07/1997. Part of interview by Paul Sanders with Rex Forster on 12/07/1997 and first part of interview with Albert (Bert) Chardine, regarding policing during the occupation, on 14/07/1997. (Tape 45 minutes each side)

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

Date: July 8th 1997 - July 14th 1997

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Albert (Bert) Chardine regarding policing in the island during the occupation, on 14/07/1997

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/6

Date: July 14th 1997 - July 14th 1997

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Phyllis Le Druillenec on 11/07/1997. Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Rex Forster on 12/07/1997.

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/7

Date: July 11th 1997 - July 11th 1997

Date: July 12th 1997 - July 12th 1997

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Advocate Valpy on 15/07/1997 regarding the St Saviour wireless case. Interview by Paul Sanders with Wing Commander Vernon Cavey on 16/07/1997 regarding Peter Painter. Interview by Paul Sanders with Douglas Tanguy regarding Marcel and Jean Rossi and Kreuzburg Internment camp on 16/07/1997.

Reference: C/D/P/L/A/8

Date: July 15th 1997 - July 16th 1997

Tape recording of an interview by Paul Sanders with Raymonde Martel and Madeleine Breslin (identified by a New Zealand accent), who are twin sisters and their cousin Daphne Syvret. Subject of interview: Frank Le Villio (No 1).

Reference: C/D/P/L/C/1

Date: June 25th 1997 - June 25th 1997

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