Joseph Guy Enock - Fonds

Title Letters, Telegrams, Newspaper Clippings, Notes, Post Cards, Address Lists, Receipts
Dates 1939-1981
Level of description Series
Extent 6 files: 240 documents
Scope and content This series consists of nearly two hundred and fifty documents including letters, telegrams, newspaper clippings, notes, post cards, address lists, and receipts, that were sent and received or concern Joseph Guy Enock. Most of the documents are either typed or printed final copies, but there are also drafts and outlines of a few letters. This series has been broken down into the following six files:

(JGE/FL) Family Letters (1940-1941)
(JGE/POWC) Prisoner-of-War Correspondence (1939-1944)
(JGE/PWC) Post-Service Correspondence (1941-1981)
(JGE/FC) Return to France Correspondence (1951)
(JGE/PC) Publishing Correspondence (1963-1978)
(JGE/MI) Miscellaneous Items

Reference JGE/PHOTOS
Title Photo Albums
Dates 1890s-1970s
Level of description Series
Extent 174 photographs
Scope and content The photographs in this series consist mainly of family photographs belonging to Joseph Guy Enock and Winifred Mary Enock (nee Frost). Many of the photographs are captioned. The collection was given bequeathed to Joe's executors, George & Margaret Collie, upon his death in 1983, and was subsequently gifted to Adam Enock in February 2014.

(JGE/PA1) Photo Album 1
(JGE/PA2) Photo Album 2
(JGE/PA3) Photo Album 3
(JGE/PA4) Photo Album 4
(JGE/PA5) Photo Album 5
(JGE/PA6) Photo Album 6
(JGE/PA7) Photo Album 7
(JGE/PA8) Photo Album 8
(JGE/PA9) Photo Album 9

Reference JGE/AD
Title Personal & Army Documents
Dates 1923-1942
Level of description File
Extent 6 documents
Scope and content Contains driving licence, passports, army forms and pay books

Title 'Monsieur Joseph' by Joseph Guy Enock - Original Manuscript
Dates 1950s
Level of description Item
Extent 33 chapters, 294 pages
Scope and content Original manuscript detailing the events that occurred in St. Valery-en-Caux, France on the 12th June 1942 when Joe and his division were taken prisoner-of-war by the German Army and forced to march 120 miles to Loos, where Joe managed to escape from the line on the 30th June. The story subsequently describes his journey through France, over the Pyrenees to Spain and eventually to Portugal where he stayed to assist with intelligence work for five months before returning to the UK in July 1941. Includes 13 maps showing the route of escape