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Applicants with surnames beginning with the letters I, J, K, and L - Charles Henry Jowsey
Date: 15 December 1943
Correspondence between Royal Engineers, Clerk of Works, Greffier, Lieutenant Governor and the Committee for Coast Defence regarding the cost of repairs to arsenals and South Hill
Date: 25 February 1845 - 22 December 1845
Correspondence: Royal Engineers, Committee for the Defence of the Island, Commander of the South-West Regiment, Commander of the East Regiment regarding repairs to coastal batteries and arsenals, St Peter's Arsenal Annual Inspection of Artillery Equipment expenses
Date: 1 May 1854 - 28 November 1854
Requisition Order 1266; receipt for paints and building effects from R E Store, under outer parapet of moat at Fort Regent to Beau Sejour, Rouge Bouillon.
Date: 11 March 1941
Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Ibex on the 10th September 1916
Date: 10 September 1916
Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Ibex from Weymouth on the 25th of May 1919
Date: 25 May 1919
Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Ibex in 1919
Testament of Henry John Savage Lt. General and Col. Commandant of the Royal Engineers. Dated 17/07/1868.
Date: 17 February 1866
Will and Testament of George Le Breton Simmons of Jersey, now of Uhou, Rajpootana, Central India, East Indies, Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers. Dated 04/03/1868.
Date: 7 September 1869
Testament of David Baker of Mont Orgueil Castle, formerly of the Royal Engineers. Dated 19/05/1871.
Date: 13 June 1871
St Mark's Church. Ink drawing of a proposed brass tablet with slate margin, in memory of Lieutenant Colonel George Bennett Hingston, Commanding Royal Engineer 29th Division, died June 16th 1915 at Alexandria, from wounds received in action June 6th in Gallipoli - aged 47. Also Edward Hingston, Major Royal Engineers 54th Field Company, killed in action in Flanders, March 28th 1915 - aged 44 [Unusable]
Date: 28 March 1915 - 17 February 1922
File concerning the appeal case of Francis Philip Roberts [Robert], heard before the Military Service Act (Jersey) 1917 Central Tribunal, held at the Cour Royale on the 23rd May 1918. Includes completed Application as to Exemption and Notice of Appeal forms, supporting letter, and court report, regarding case numbers 1918, 1919, 1920 and 1918A of the South District Tribunal. The Exemptions and Appeal were applied for by Mr John T Ferguson, Francis' employer. The Appeal was dismissed. Francis Philip Robert's name appears in the Role of Honour, died of septic pneumonia, just a few days after his brother Henry George Robert. The file also contains Application as to Exemption forms for Philip Francis Moignard, Ernest Sidney Hutchings, and Francis John Nicolle
Date: 30 March 1918 - 23 May 1918
Photographs of the Royal Air Mail and Wearnes Air Services Limited plane the Governor Murchison, a map maker Sergeant of the Royal Engineers at work on the Ordnance Survey near Vinchelez Manor, and a British Airways Limited plane on the beach, possibly a Lockheed 14. Page number 21 of the War Subject File of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.
Images of the rugby match between Jersey and Royal Engineers at St Peter, which Jersey won 26-15 including Dave Liddiard winning a line out [image E] with the Jersey team T Mee, S Lund, J Walls, P Noble, J Jordan, J Taylor, K Barry, R Evans, A Blackwood, M Guise, R Allan, N Lindsay, L Galbally, Dave Liddiard and G Olley [from JEP 10/12/1980 p 54].
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/6107
Date: 9 December 1980