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Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: annual report on health; auditors reports; report on milk; climatological report; sale of Sorel Pavilion; death penalty; drainage maps; import and export statistics; pensions; report of Jersey Electricity Company; judicial reform; the numbering of houses; tobacco duties; report on prison; petition on wine and spirits; the will of Rev Arthur Francis Le Pape; royal visit; report on 1951 census
Date: 14 January 1957 - 16 November 1957
Correspondence between R R Lempriere, Viscount and H G Pierrepoint concerning the execution of Thomas Connan, includes; receipts from E Le Neindre, Watches, Clocks, Jewellery Repairs, 13, Hilgrove Lane used as evidence in the case, papers found on Connan at the time of his arrest, photographs of the gallows at Newgate Street Prison, inquest verdict on the body of Thomas Connan and instructions on the building of a gallows and carrying out of the execution and papers concerning the imprisonment of Conan's sister, Marie Françoise Le Guen.
Date: 1906 - 1907
File concerning Prisoners who were sentenced to death and subsequently transferred to UK prisons after their sentences were commuted
Date: 1965 - 1984
Images of Mr and Mrs Norman Hopton, the parents of Nigel Hammill Hopton, ahead of their son's appeal against his conviction for the murder of Judith Anne Harris, which was swiftly rejected by the Court of Appeal. Nigel Hopton's death sentence for the murder of Ms Harris was later commuted to life imprisonment.
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/1201
Date: 19 July 1979
Research notes by Robin Cox includes; photographs of a prison, file called 'Prison' which includes; newspaper articles about prisons, articles about hangings in Jersey, newspaper articles about the building of the General hospital in Patriotic Street, newspaper articles on the abolishment of the the Death Penalty for murder (Homicide Law 1986), photocopies of the Annual Report of The Prison Board for the years 1896, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903 and 1904, article entitled 'Elizabeth Fry and the Jersey Prison' by C. A. R. Du Feu,
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 4, Page 52. Includes: a Red Cross message from Mrs Helene Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street to Mrs Cora Beghin in London, with reply on reverse; and newscuttings of orders and notices published in the Evening Post.
Date: 3 February 1942 - 28 July 1942
Digital copy of E-mail correspondence between Detective Inspector Alison Fossey, Andre Bonjour, and Deputy Data Protection Commissioner Paul Vane, and Protocol for information exchange between States [of Jersey] Departments. Also contains Appendix A: Data Protection Law 2005, Schedule 1 (Article 4 (1)) Part 1, The Data Protection Principles; Appendix B: Human Rights; Appendix C: Data Protection Law 2005, Schedule 2 (Article 4(3) and Schedule 1 Part 1 paragraph 1 (a)), First Principal: Conditions For Processing Of Any Personal Data and Schedule 3 (Article 4(3) and Schedule 1 Part 1 paragraph 1 (b)), First Principle: Conditions For Processing Of Sensitive Personal Data; Appendix D: Protocol for Data Sharing template; Appendix E: Confidentiality Statement; Appendix F: Form Of Indemnity. [Some details redacted]. For Alison Fossey's Witness Statements to the Inquiry dated December 2015, see ZC/D/AW4/B2/3.
Date: 14 December 2006 - 20 December 2006
Digital copy of an unofficial translation, from French to English, of Children and Young Persons Act 1933.