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Correspondence with J B Howard, Home Office concerning the import of watches from Switzerland to the Channel Islands
Date: October 19th 1945 - December 24th 1945
Digital copy of a Memorandum [from the Superintendent, Haut de la Garenne] to [the Children's Officer] Mr [Charles] Smith regarding Witness 171. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 171. For Witness 171's witness statements to the States of Jersey Police dated 13 March 2008 and 15 March 2009 respectively, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/15/WS000133 and C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/15/WS000134.
Date: June 21st 1974 - June 21st 1974
Digital copy of Witness 195's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences of abuse suffered whilst in residence at Haut de la Garenne. Recorded by Detective Constable Brian Carter. [Some details redacted].
Date: December 9th 2003 - December 18th 2003
Digital copy of Witness 195's copy witness statement to the States of Jersey Police [in 2003] providing an account of his experiences of abuse suffered whilst in residence at Haut de la Garenne. [Recorded by Detective Constable Brian Carter]. [Some details redacted].
Date: December 9th 2003 - December 18th 2003
Digital copy of Part 1 of a Tape Recorded Interview with a [male visitor to Haut de la Garenne during the 1960s subject to allegations of sexual abuse by a former resident at the Home] in Interview Room 4 at Summerland Police Station conducted by Detective Constable Brian Carter and Detective Inspector Robert Bonney in the presence of Advocate David Cadin. [Some details redacted]. For Robert F Bonney's Witness Statements to the Inquiry, see C/D/AW4/B2/26.
Date: April 16th 2004 - April 16th 2004
Digital copy of Exhibit RFB5: Transcript of a Tape Recorded Interview with a [male visitor to Haut de la Garenne during the 1960s subject to allegations of sexual abuse by a former resident at the Home] in Interview Room 4 at Summerland Police Station conducted by Detective Constable Brian Carter and Detective Inspector Robert Bonney in the presence of Advocate David Cadin. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Robert F Bonney's Second Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 26 November 2015 [C/D/AW4/B2/26/WS000676].
Date: April 16th 2004 - April 16th 2004
Customs case file relating to the suspected smuggling of watches. Includes import entry forms, air waybills, Customs and Excise Reports, investigation reports, correspondence, copies of invoices, and details of the legal case
Date: June 29th 1983 - December 24th 1985
Customs investigation file relating to the smuggling of watches into the United Kingdom. Includes correspondence, witness statements, and copies of invoices and receipts
Date: May 23rd 1985 - February 19th 1986
Customs file relating to the HM Customs and Excise Investigation Division. Includes official correspondence concerning: training exercises, overseas liaison, Jersey registered vehicles, vessels and companies, and legal cases regarding: value added taxation (VAT) evasion, bear meat, Krugerrands, smuggling, mechanical lighters, tobacco, watches, and fruit juices
Date: December 22nd 1982 - February 2nd 1987
Book presented in appreciation to Thomas C Stent for his service as Superintendent of St Luke's Sunday School from 1895-1921 with a list of subscribers for a gold watch given to him and lists of past teachers and pupils
Date: January 5th 1922 - January 5th 1922
Testament of William Henry Tostevin, 42 Aquila Road, St Helier. Dated 4 May 1920. Bequeaths his 18 carat gold Hunter watch, 10755 marked NJP to his sons.
Date: May 15th 1937 - May 15th 1937
Testament of Francis Philip Le Riche, 10 Rouge Bouillon, St Helier. Dated 31 August 1942. Bequeaths to David Le Riche a gold pocket watch (19 carat Omega 55041) and chain with gold compass and pencil attached. Codicil added 11 November 1042. Bequeaths to the Little Sisters of the Poor his wearing apparel and old linen. Codicil added 10 February 1943 Codicil added 15 May 1946
Date: June 19th 1946 - June 19th 1946
Will and Testament of Harold Walter Giffard, of Roche d'Or, Samarès, an advocate. Desires to be buried in the vault he caused to be built in the St Clement's Cemetery with a suitable headstone. Bequeaths to Peter Hawksford Giffard, the decoration and diploma of the Legion of Honour given by the Government of the French Republic and the miniature decoration of the same order, the cross of decoration of Orange-Nassau awarded by Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands to be returned to her and for Peter Hawsford Giffard to keep the miniature decoration and diploma of the same name and documents relating to the decorations, further Peter Hawksford Giffard receives all the law book at Roche d'Or and in the room at 23, Hill Street together with the furniture in the room on condition that he becomes an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey within a year of his death, if this does not happen they are bequeathed to Philip Antonio Poch. Bequeaths to Albert Edward Ereaut, any six books he selects from the library at Roche d'Or; to Peter Hawksford Giffard, all clothes, jewellery, watches, chains, trinkets and all silver glass vases bowls and decanters and all his masonic regalia, jewels and rituals unless his son is not a freemason at his death then it will be presented to the Grand Master to dispose of as he sees fit; to John Wilfred Le Boutillier, three dozen bottles of wines or spirits of his choice; to Dorothy Mary Le Boutillier, wife of John Hagar Pettit, £25 to purchase a token of remembrance; to Pierre Moussaud, his sleeve links of dumb-bell pattern; to Odette Rondot, a musical watch; to Annie Clare Howard-Edwards, née Norman, two silver mounted liqueur decanters and liqueur glasses; to Captain John Anquetil Norman, all his fishing rods, cases, gear and tackle; to Angelo Nelson Symons, any one etching drawn by Edmund Blampied; to Henry John Shone, an antique candle snuffer and tray; to his wife Hélène Henriette Giffard, née Gouillard, the whole of the furniture, pictures, prints, silver, plate, wine, spirits not specifically bequeathed; to Mabel Frances Maclure, née Giffard, any trinket she may decide to select as a memento. Dated 12/07/1941. Codicil Added 09/10/1945. [Includes one closed document]
Date: November 3rd 1951 - November 3rd 1951
Will and Testament of Margaretta White, née Pape, widow of William White, of Cherry Garth, St Saviour. Desires to be cremated and the ashes interred in her late husband's grave in St Saviour's Cemetery. Bequeaths to Lorna Burton, £100 and her gold watch and blue and silver enamel toilet set. Dated 18/10/1950. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 9th 1951 - November 9th 1951
Will and Testament of Ellen Henrietta Catelinet, née Langlois, widow of Philip George Catelinet, of 40, Parade Place, St Helier. Bequeaths to her daughter, Ellen James, née Catelinet, her gold watch and all her jewellery; to her son, Edward George Catelinet, the framed address presented to her late husband by the Salvation Army and the framed photograph of the Catelinet family. Dated 06/11/1950. [Includes one closed document]
Date: February 11th 1952 - February 11th 1952
Will and Testament of Alfred George Touzel, of The Villa, Samares, St Clement. Bequeaths to his son, Philip Alfred Touzel, his Benson gold watch and chain. Dated 04/09/1946. [Includes one closed document]
Date: May 19th 1952 - May 19th 1952
Will and Testament of Philip Le Brun, son of Philip, of Les St Germains, St Lawrence. Bequeaths to his George Frederick Hannam, his gold watch; to Helena Le Brun, wife of Thomas John Le Gros and Gladys May Le Brun, widow of Frederick David Hannam, his furniture, linen plate, silver jewellery and household effects. Dated 23/06/1947. [Includes three closed documents]
Date: May 24th 1952 - May 24th 1952
Will and Testament of John Bell, of Bonita, Beaumont, St Peter. Bequeaths to Greville Atkinson, a gold watch and £100; to Peter Lawrence, a diamond tie-pin and golden sleeve links; to the Jersey Public Library his library of German books. Dated 29/12/1948. [Includes two closed documents]
Date: November 18th 1952 - November 18th 1952
Will and Testament of Alexandrine Eleonore Drieu, daughter of Leonard and wife of Charles Pierre Le Cuirot. Desires to be buried in the parish of Grouville. Bequeaths to her daughter Maud Gladys Feron, née Le Cuirot, the silver watch, the gold keeper and the five shilling piece belonging to her. Dated 04/01/1937. Codicil Added 06/12/1937. [Includes one closed document]
Date: September 2nd 1953 - September 2nd 1953
Will and Testament of William Samuel Pincott, of Rozel Cottage, Rozel Bay, St Martin. Bequeaths to Noel Arthur Thomas Pincott, his gold watch. Dated 19/06/1946. [Includes one closed document]
Date: December 7th 1954 - December 7th 1954