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Army Cadet Detachment, lodged by the Defence Committee
Date: 1 April 1997
File relating to investigations into the establishment of an Army Cadet Force in Jersey. Includes Committee papers, a press release, correspondence with the Dorset Army Cadet Force, details of the Isle of Wight New Town Rangers Jersey Camp, newspaper articles, a card relating to the Army Cadet Force Association Youth and Community Project, leaflets, a security questionnaire, and a short paper on revised costs
Date: 30 October 1996 - 15 October 1997
File containing a copy of a report entitled: Army Cadet Force Young Achievers. Includes sections concerning: the Army Cadet Force Charter, medals, structure, training subjects, pattern of progressive training by age, leadership training, the selection of adult staff, and the Army Cadet Force by counties [not dated, possibly dates from the early 1990s]
Item from a file relating to a States of Jersey Key Point Security Unit.
Date: 18 July 1986
Travel Permits completed by people leaving Jersey for Guernsey and Weymouth on the SS Pembroke on the 24th June 1919
Date: 24 June 1919
Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey on the SS Alberta from Southampton on the 13th of May 1919
Date: 13 May 1919
Travel Permits issued to incoming passengers bound for Jersey from Weymouth on the 13th of May 1919
Date: 13 May 1919
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
Private John Silvester Horne. Soldiers Release Book Class ''A''
Date: July 1948 - August 1948
Private John Silvester Horne. Army Form X 402 Instructions to released person. Medical treatment after leaving the military dispersal Unit.
Date: 10 June 1948 - 9 July 1948
Blank form. Claim for disability pension. The blank form relates to the military service of Private John Silvester Horne.
Army Form X 202/A Release Leave Certificate relating to Private John Silvester Horne.
Date: 31 May 1948 - 5 August 1948
Subject Boxes of negatives from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive which relate to the Army, Rregiments and soldiers and date from 1966 to 1975
Date: 1966 - 1975
Image which relates to a recruitment drive by the then newly formed 1st Battalion of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, and features WO1 Warrant Officer G Rabet seated alongside the middle vehicle's driver, at the Mount Bingham Office of the Lieutenant Governor. Negative number 299 of Army Subject Box number 2 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.
Date: 16 September 1972 - 18 September 1972
Agriculture Subject File number 2. Pages of mounted photographic prints of negatives which concern agriculture, with notes. These correspond to the negatives contained within Agriculture Subject Box number 2 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive, and date from 1935 to 1946
Date: 1935 - 1946
Photographs which relate to the 1946 potato season and feature lorries and horses and carts at the Weighbridge loaded with sacks of potatoes. Potatoes were sent to the British Army serving in Germany.
File number: 2
Page number: 2
Photograph which relates to the 1946 potato season and features sacks of potatoes being unloaded from a lorry and loaded by crane, at the Harbour. Potatoes were sent to the British Army serving in Germany.
File number: 3
Page number: 7
Photographs which relate to the 1946 potato season and feature agricultural workers, Harbour workers, lorries and cranes, and concern the loading and unloading of potatoes. Potatoes were sent to the British Army serving in Germany.
File number: 4
Page number: 3
Photographs of: The Halkett Library, Queen Street, the construction of houses at the Jersey Milk Marketing Board site, Five Oaks, Church House, Church Street, and the Royal Hampshire Regiment recruiting team, Red Houses, Les Quennevais.
File number: 53
Page number: 14
Date: May 1968 - May 1968