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Date: August 19th 1940 - August 19th 1940
Letters concerning tomatoes for the Feldkommandantur, St Lo and Mr J F Deffains' apple crop at Faldouet
Date: September 18th 1942 - September 18th 1942
Date: November 15th 1940 - November 15th 1940
Date: July 5th 1940 - October 24th 1940
Date: February 1st 1941 - March 12th 1941
Correspondence relating to a conversation between the German forces and the Jersey and Guernsey Ministers for Food and Agriculture including; Cattle for slaughter, Tomatoes for export and Tinned butter and milk
Date: September 1st 1940 - September 3rd 1940
Correspondence re. payment for meat purchased by the States of Jersey on behalf of the States of Guernsey, and consignment of meat to the Channel Islands
Date: January 10th 1941 - April 28th 1941
Date: July 11th 1941 - July 14th 1941
Extracts from various newspapers concerning the tomato industry in Guernsey, also includes recipes for dishes using tomatoes
Date: July 10th 1944 - July 19th 1944
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Anglo-Portuguese Commercial treaty; auditor's report on States accounts and the militia accounts; contribution to the Imperial Fund; detention in borstal institutions; militia flags; civil registration; Florence Boot Cottages Trust; report of the Jersey Gas Company Ltd; excavations at La Hougue Bie; the offer of Glenham Davis Farm; Governor's report on the militia; Jersey Mutual Fire Insurance; Railway Bill; export of potatoes and tomatoes; Roll of Honour; salaries of Crown Officers; signal station at Mont Orgueil
Date: January 20th 1925 - December 1st 1927
Official correspondence with index. Subjects covered include: the purchase of 6 Museum Street and 21 Providence Street; report of the Special Administrator; allowances for children; reports of the analyst; auditors' reports; colorado beetle and the tomato crop; marriages; purchase of land at Hamptonne with plan; report on the Jersey Electricity Company; report of the Medical Inspector; report on the mental institution; liquor; milk control; report on the militia accounts; final accounts of the Jersey Home for Girls; petitions from the Nonconformist churches, the Free Church Council and master bakers; veterinary reports and the death of the rector of St Saviour
Date: January 15th 1940 - May 16th 1944
Executive Sub-committees of the Agriculture Committee minute book including the Shipping Sub-Committee, Sub-Committee for the Pricing of Plants and Plant Seeds, Advisory Committee set up by the German authorities to consider applications for assistance in the payment of agricultural labour and Sub-Committee in relation to the export of tomatoes
Date: May 16th 1940 - November 30th 1946
Digital copy of a Memorandum [by a member of staff at Haut de la Garenne] regarding Witness 195. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 195. For Witness 195's witness statements to the States of Jersey Police dated between 2003 and 2009, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/19.
Date: September 4th 1970 - September 4th 1970
Digital copy of Witness 353's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of her experiences in care, primarily with reference to her time at Haut de la Garenne. Signature witnessed by Detective Constable [Angela] Harvey. [Some details redacted].
Date: July 22nd 2008 - July 22nd 2008
Digital copy of [Part 2 of 2] Short Descriptive Notes of an interview with [Witness 246] conducted by Howard Harries in the presence of Mark Cane. [Some details redacted].
Date: January 20th 2009 - January 20th 2009
Sound recording of Ivy Ferey, née La Rondu, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 11/03/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Ferey speaks about seeing the soldiers on Liberation day, the crowds at La Pomme d'Or, the Jerrybags being punished, growing crops for the Germans troups, food supply from France, helping people who didn't have food, the Red Cross Parcels, the curfew, working for Deputy Pallot at Bel Royal, the clean up, exploring the bunkers, the rationing after Liberation, meeting her husband, the wedding preparation and reception, the ration books, their honeymoon in Guernsey, working on different farms, the community spirit, the shops, the tourism increase, the Battle of flowers, the tomatoes industry, the Royal visit, the International Road Race, the foot and mouth disease, the colorado beetle, the coronation, horse racing, cattle show, Jèrriais, cars, the Welsh and Bretons farms workers, the Social Security Law and the changes in the states policies after the war.
Date: March 11th 2005
Sound recording of Dora Horsfall, née Slade, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 27/01/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Horsfall speaks about the excitement on Liberation day, the arrival of the british soldiers, the germans making a sorry sight leaving the island, her husbands job grinding corn for rations during the occupation, the grain in the merchants store, reusing everything, the welsh girls staying at the Grand Hotel and working during the tomato season, her husbands going to England to sell the tomatoes and the competition between merchants, the return of the evacuee, the deportations, compare the fortification in Jersey with those in England, the battle of flower, the international road race and various entertainments on the island.
Date: January 27th 2005
Sound recording of Nelley Le Bredonchel, née Hotten, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 10/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Bredonchel speaks about being an evacuee, leaving Jersey on a boat for Southampton and then a train to Barnesly, the living conditions there, going to school, learning about the liberation on the radio, going back to Jersey, finding their house the same as someone had looked over it, the fortifications, going to school in St Aubins and the shortage of paper, her work at Orvis bakehouse, the battle of flowers, houses, the potatoes and tomatoes crop, the St Aubins fete, her St Johns Ambulance duty, working at the crèche, the rationing after liberation, churches, the death of the king, the coronation, bakeries, and various shops
Date: February 10th 2005
Sound recording of Harry Baudains speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 08/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Baudains speak about the last weeks of the occupation, the Kings speech, electricity cuts, the celebrations in Liberation square, having a radio, the Royal Visit, his time at Victoria College before and after the liberations, the farming before, during and after the Occupation, the horse drawn equipment during the war and machineries after the war, having a lorry, collecting seaweed on the beaches, an attempted escape to England, going to town during the occupation, participating in activities with the Young Farmers Club, going to Germany and Austria, his involvement with the Battle of Flowers, joining the honorary police, the international road race, the death of the king and the coronation, television, the clean up of the island, school sports, the draught of '47 and the transport and selling of tomatoes.
Date: October 8th 2004
Sound recording of Mazel Le Ruez, née de Gruchy, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 10/03/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Le Ruez speaks about hiding crystal set during the occupation, the anticipation leading up to liberation, the clean up of the mines, the germans leaving, going back to farming potatoes, going to school and then helping on the farm, the glut of tomatoes, moving to St Mary's, the lobser industry at Rozel, the Young Farmers Club, cattle shows, the increase in tourism, buses and taxis, the farm workers, the shared threshing machine, going shopping, the milk distribution, living on a farm with rationing after the war, the making of black butter, the visit of princess Elizabeth, foot and mouth disease, the colorado beetle, the death of the King, how she met her husband and their honeymoon, the insurance scheme and sand racing.
Date: March 10th 2005