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Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Home Authorities had authorised a Detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to proceed to London for the Coronation celebrations under certain conditions, request for the views of the States
Date: May 8th 1902
Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with A/C2/38/3 informing him the States unanimously sanctioned the sending of a detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to London to participate in the Coronation celebrations
Date: May 10th 1902
Letter from W Venables Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the States are desirous of the contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia proceeding to London for the Coronation celebrations and will bear the expense
Date: July 26th 1902
Letter from J F Green, Secretary International Arbitration & Peace Association, London to H R Abadie, Lieutenant Governor requesting information about 'the question that has arisen between the Army Council and the States of Jersey re. maintenance of the Jersey Militia'
Date: September 10th 1904
Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] enclosed with account of the expenses incurred by him in London after the Patch case was taken up by the Attorney General see A/C2/40/47 Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February see A/C2/42/14 and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re expenses incurred during the Patch case with transcript
Date: February 5th 1906
Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February (see A/C2/42/14) and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re. expenses incurred during the Patch case (with transcript)
Date: February 6th 1906 - April 6th 1906
Date: 1919 - 1947
Messages of congratulations from Channel Island Societies around the world. Includes; Channel Islands Refugees Committee, London, the Jersey Society in London, Channel Islanders in Tanganyika, and the following Channel Island Societies; Bath , B.L.A. - Brussels, Cardiff and District, Exeter and District, Guildford and District, India, Isle of Wight, Leicester and District, Manchester and District, New South Wales, Oxford, Penzance and District, Poole and District, Portsmouth and District, Rochdale and District, Swansea and District, Vancouver, and Victoria
Date: May 10th 1945 - April 26th 1946
Date: May 25th 1945 - May 30th 1945
Date: 1943 - 1945
Correspondence and papers relating to the Trading with the Enemy Act 1946-1948 Includes: - draft Bill and draft alterations for its application in the Channel Islands, 1939, Statutory Rules and Orders, correspondence concerning the personal possessions of Germans left in the Island and in particular those of Maria Schlomer, 1946- 1948
Date: September 22nd 1938 - March 16th 1948
Sound recording of Richard De Faye speaking about the Occupation and the years after. He was interviewed on 24/02/2005 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr De Faye speaks about marching aross the island after liberation with mined area and armaments, exporing the bunkers, his time at Victoria College during the Occupation with stand-in masters, the Junior Training Corps, playing sports like football, hockey, cricket, cross-country, badmington and tennis, watching football match between parishes and between the Germans, the community spirit, the shops, traveling to London, working at Westminster Bank in the machine room and the counter, women working at the bank, the banks on the island after the war, motor sports, motor bikes, being a member of the Jersey Motorcycle and Light Car Club, dances, the visit of Montgomery, the remembrance day services, the increase in tourism, the battle of flowers, and the new policies of the states.
Date: February 24th 2005
Sound recording of Ted & Barbara, nee Deloney, Dobson speaking about the Occupation and the years after. They were interviewed on 19/11/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr Dobson speak about being a member of force 135, the basic training, traveling and being stationned at different place, landing at Jersey, the ships coming to Jersey with food, the shortage on the island, the sea wall, how he met his wife, helping with the clean up, working with the Germans in Guernsey, his different stations with the army, being demobilised and going back to Jersey, and marrying his wife. Mrs Dobson speaks about the wedding preparations, the clothes and food rationing and coupons, travelling to London for their honeymoon, their first flat, their first house, having no running water, the battle of flowers , washing the clothes during the occupation, cinemas and dances. Mr Dobson speaks about the International Road Race, his job with the Oil compagny, the death of the King and the coronation.
Date: November 19th 2004