Letter from John Picot, 44, Prince of Wales Mansions, Battersea, SW11 to Walter Philip Picot his father, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding his interview to join the Navy

Reference: L/C/125/B1/1

Date: September 14th 1945 - September 14th 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of James Dowie and Co Water Street Liverpool, to Walter Philip Picot his father, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding his new ship

Reference: L/C/125/B1/2

Date: October 11th 1945 - October 11th 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of James Dowie and Co, Water Street Liverpool, to Walter Philip Picot his father, Kathleen Picot his mother, and Kay Picot his sister, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding his new ship

Reference: L/C/125/B1/3

Date: November 1st 1945 - November 1st 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of the Hain Steamship Company Cardiff, to his mother Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding the relocation of his ship to Cardiff

Reference: L/C/125/B1/4

Date: November 14th 1945 - November 14th 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of the Hain Steamship Company Cardiff, to his mother Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding routine on board ship and naval uniform

Reference: L/C/125/B1/5

Date: November 24th 1945 - November 24th 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of the Hain Steamship Company Cardiff, to his father and mother Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding their visit

Reference: L/C/125/B1/6

Date: December 2nd 1945 - December 2nd 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of Bethel Gwynn and Co Ltd, Newport, Wales, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, regarding the relocation of his ship to dry dock in Newport

Reference: L/C/125/B1/7

Date: December 18th 1945 - December 18th 1945

Letter from John Picot, S.S Pachumba, care of Grey Dawes and Co Ltd, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving a detailed account of a trip to Port Said

Reference: L/C/125/B1/9

Date: February 2nd 1946 - February 2nd 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Pachumba, care of Grey Dawes and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of a trip through the Red Sea to Port Said

Reference: L/C/125/B1/10

Date: February 7th 1946 - February 7th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Pachumba, care of Grey Dawes and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of shore leave in Calcutta

Reference: L/C/125/B1/11

Date: February 26th 1946 - February 26th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of a transfer to a new ship and his impressions of his shipmates

Reference: L/C/125/B1/12

Date: March 3rd 1946 - March 3rd 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of a trip to Singapore

Reference: L/C/125/B1/13

Date: March 12th 1946 - March 12th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of shore leave in Singapore

Reference: L/C/125/B1/14

Date: March 24th 1946 - March 24th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, giving an account of mooring on the Hooglie River near Calcutta [ Also included in the same envelope was a letter from John Picot to his sister Kay Picot, dated 07/04/1946 catalogued as L/C/125/B2/1]

Reference: L/C/125/B1/15

Date: April 3rd 1946 - April 3rd 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, describing a photograph he has sent them, he also describes repairs to the ships rudder and loading of coal, he offers to send home some tea to help with the rationing

Reference: L/C/125/B1/16

Date: April 14th 1946 - April 14th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, describes the situation with regard to post, and the bus service in Calcutta

Reference: L/C/125/B1/17

Date: April 26th 1946 - April 26th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, describes preparations to sail for Chittagong and the departure of the ships cat, he also relates that he has seen three films, Her Highness and the Bellboy, Knob Hill, and the Ohmar Trail

Reference: L/C/125/B1/18

Date: May 16th 1946 - May 16th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, describes arrival in Cochin en route to Chittagong, he also describes the Malabar Hotel on Wellington Island and an incident with a leaky boat, contains a newspaper clipping from the Daily Telegraph dated 23/03/1946 relating to sponges found in the Gouliot caves of Sark

Reference: L/C/125/B1/19

Date: June 11th 1946 - June 11th 1946

Letter from John Picot, SS Itria, care of Mackinnon, Mackenzie and Co, to his father and mother, Walter Philip Picot and Kathleen Picot, Bifrons Villa, St Aubin's Road, Jersey, describes his reaction to learning of his sisters engagement, he also describes a cargo that the ship is taking to Calcutta including a baby elephant named Jimmy after the radio operator

Reference: L/C/125/B1/20

Date: June 25th 1946 - June 25th 1946

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