From Barrie Bertram.
I WAS interested to read your Temps Passé article (JEP, 20 August) regarding Frank Le Villio and his death in September 1946 from an illness that had resulted from imprisonment by the Germans during the Occupation.
Furthermore, doing some research following your article, I noted that Mr Le Villio, and a number of others who had suffered and died in German prisons and concentration camps, including Canon Cohu and Louisa May Gould, appear not to have been commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, yet others such as James Houillebecq and Clifford Quérée are.
It does seem remarkable, more than 60 years after those deaths that this inconsistency still exists and that no one has previously addressed this, even though there must have been some previous research done.
Is it too much to expect that someone in the States of Jersey will resolve this by the time the 65th anniversary of the Island’s Liberation is celebrated?