From Edith Carey's Report of the Folklore Section of the Société Guernesiaise, Rep. and Trans. 1931, p. 149. The photograph shows the overgrown ruins from the road.
From the Channel Islands Monthly Review, published by the Stockport and District Channel Islands Society, in the Library Collection.
From The Star, January 25 1915.
From a wonderful cache of documents from Le Hurel in St Saviour's, donated by Esther Hatton in 2014.
From the Le Hurel collection, donated by Esther Hatton.
A letter from Marguerite in Alderney to 'Monsieur De La Mare au Huret, au coin de Mr Jean Robin sur Les cais, Guernesey.' From the Le Hurel collection of de la Mare family documents, donated by E Hatton.
A letter from Southampton; teenage schoolboy Nicolas (b. 1790) to his father, Maitre John de la Mare in Guernsey. Nicolas attends John Crouch's school in Swaythling (then called Swathling). From the Le Hurel collection of historical family documents relating to the de la Mare family, recently donated to the Library by E Hatton.
From The Guernsey Free Churchman, January 1925 p. 7. The life of the Methodist preacher, by George Rabey.
From The Guernsey Free Churchman, February, 1924, and written by the Editor, the Reverend George Rabey. The Sarchet family emigrates to Ohio in 1806.
A newspaper report of a trip by the Société Guernesiaise to the Les Quartiers Estate in the 1920s. The photograph is from MacCulloch's Guernsey Folk Lore.