Historic Jersey buildings
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Rue de la Fontaine, St Ouen
Type of property
Former house with shop
Families associated with the property
Mrs Mills ran the shop for many years until her retirement in the 1980s.
Historic Environment Record entry
Home of Louisa Gould. In late 1942, 17 months after the death of her son Edward, Louisa Gould and her sister Ivy Forster began sheltering a Russian slave worker named Fyodor ‘Bill’ Burriy, who had escaped from his labour camp. They sheltered him for 20 months when they were betrayed by their neighbours and traces of Bill, a camera and radio were discovered. Louisa died in the gas chamber at Ravensbrück in February 1945.
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