June Money Working Papers

The Library is very grateful to have received the working papers of June Money, author of Aspects of War , 'a view of daily life duringthe German Occupation of the Channel Islands 1940-1945,' first published in three volumes between 1993 and 1995. The work, developed in consultation with the Education Development Centre, Guernsey, under the guidance of the working group of GATOH (Guernsey…

Imperial War Museum Paintings

The Imperial War Museum have some interesting watercolours and photographs available online . These complement the Priaulx Library's own extensive collection of photographs and ephemera from the period of the Occupation and Liberation of Guernsey 1940-1945.

Index to the Sark registers

The church registers of Sark are notoriously chaotic and can be hard work for researchers, so we were delighted and very grateful to receive an index to them, long lacking, compiled by Alfred Ewen and A. R. de Carteret, and donated by the Société Sercquaise. The Index was originally presented to the Société Sercquaise by Mrs Allan R. de Carteret in memory of her husband. The index is bound…

Guernsey art collections

Paintings and other artwork from Guernsey Museums and Galleries, the Royal Court, and other Bailiwick art collections are available now from the Art UK website . They include portraits of many well known islanders and a very large range of views of the islands, both historical and modern, and are reproduced in high quality. The lavish companion book to this project from the Public Catalogue…

An early photograph of the prison

The Library would like to thank Mrs Sue Westwood for the donation of a copy of a very interesting photograph of the interior courtyard of Guernsey prison, from c. 1870-80, showing very clearly the garden, with a substantial frame for growing fruit or vegetables, as well as the young Magnolia grandiflora, obviously recently planted , that was to grow into a magnificent specimen, now, sadly, lost…

Queripel family research

Daphne Queripel has very kindly donated to us her family history research, which concentrates mainly on the Queripel family through the 19th and 20th centuries, and which complements the Pedigree charts of the families of Gordon Percy Queripel & Daphne Elizabeth Le Cras: including: Le Prevost, Machon, Brehaut, Jehan, de la Mare & others, which is already on our shelves. The new files,…

Harvey family material donated

The Library is very grateful to have received a donation of photographs of Guernsey and Sark with a connection to the Harvey family , of both portrait groups and local views, dating from the 1860s onwards; some have a Canadian link. The material was given to us by Mrs Dorothy Snowden, of Exeter. This is a valuable addition to our Harvey collection and is much appreciated, and complements other…

Gaudion genealogy collection

The Library was very grateful to receive a large collection of genealogical research into the Gaudion family, from Nick Gaudion of Guernsey. Much of the material concerns the Gaudions of Alderney, but also includes 58 numbers of the newsletter of the International Association of Gaudions, Parentèle , with translation,spanning 1986-1999, which have now been bound and can be read in the Library, a…

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