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Comité pour la Prison minute book, including details of the tender, specification and construction of a House of Correction within the prison grounds in1838 and the construction of a treadmill in 1839. Details of escapes, punishment and complaints are listed including the case of David Bromer, in the debtor's section with a detailed description of his cell and conditions. It records the number of criminal prisoners and those in the debtors section from 1844 as well as the rules and regulations of the prison and contains the annual reports.
Date: 30 December 1837 - 3 March 1891
Date: 10 March 1891 - 12 July 1940
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
Images of the Marine Section of the Jersey Sea Cadets at St Ouen's Manor for the annual ceremony of remembrance for Francois Scornet who was executed there by the Germans during the Second World War.
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/4255.
Date: 18 June 1977
Papers relating to François Scornet, executed by firing squad at St Ouen's Manor on 17th March 1941. Includes: copies of notices in the Jersey Evening Post, description of his escape story (in French with English translation), Department of Public Health notice allowing his body to be returned to France, 1945, newscutting article describing the visit of Roger Le Corre and Roger Goasguen to the Underground Hospital, 1993 (both gentlemen in the group who attempted to escape from the Island with François Scornet) and other papers
Date: 23 March 1941 - 17 March 1993
Date: 27 April 1995
Research notes by Robin Cox includes; files of notes called 'Le Geyt', 'Poingdestre & Le Quesne', 'Ex', 'Ages of Voyeurs', 'Banishments' and 'Executions' photocopy of 'Les lois et Coutumes de L'Ile de Jersey, par Jean Poingdestre, Lieuennant-Bailli de Jersey de 1668 a 1676' and photocopied pages of 'Constituional History of Jersey'.
Date: 1668 - 1900
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 18. Includes newscuttings, with photographs, from the Evening Post.
Date: 18 September 1940 - 1 October 1940
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 81. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post, a photograph of a Red Cross message from Louis F Jackson of Liverpool to Mr and Mrs Jackson of 28 Rouge Bouillon, and a cigarette packet for ''The Cigarette'' Melange by Phillips and Company Limited.
Date: 25 November 1940 - 25 March 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 1, Page 96. Includes photographs of: posters relating to executions of Szmul Tyszelman, Henry [Henri] Gautherot, Henri Louis Honoré d'Estiennes d'Orves, Maurice Charles Émile Barlier and Jan Louis-Guilleaume Doornik in France; a poster announcing the execution of Louis Berrier in Jersey; German officers rehearsing invasion procedures in St Helier Harbour; and the exterior of the soldiers' home at the former Mayfair Hotel on St Saviour's Road.
Date: 3 August 1941 - 31 December 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 2, Page 45. Includes a photograph of an example of V propaganda with caption, and newscuttings from the Evening Post of: an appeal by George A Romeril of Surville Manor, Mont à l’Abbé for volunteers to help bring in the harvest; and a notice concerning the execution of Louis Berrier.
Date: 9 July 1941 - 3 August 1941
Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 3, Page 7. Includes: Le Courrier de l'Air No. 28, distributed by the RAF in 1941; a note signed by John Hanna and R N McKinstry permitting Mrs Sinnatt of 40 La Motte Street one bottle of gin a week for medicinal purposes; a newscutting of an article published in the Evening Post regarding the discovery of a body in the water near La Collette Harbour Works; and a letter of warning from C J Cuming, Constable of St Helier to Mr C G Poole of 17 Queen Street regarding civilian guard duty at the Royal Square on 3 November 1941.
Date: 27 January 1941 - 3 November 1941