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Peter John Clement imprisoned for murder in Havana; papers relating to his identity, including letters between Whitehall, Havana and the Lieutenant Governor's office in Jersey. There is also a letter from the accused to his father, Edward Clement
Date: 4 June 1886 - 6 November 1886
Papers relating to the Le Brun murder
Date: 17 July 1875 - 7 August 1875
Projet De Loi Intitule Loi (1974) (Amendment No. 2) Reglant La Procedure Criminelle, lodged by the Legislation Committee
Date: 26 February 1974
Royal Commission to investigate allegations of murder of Andrew des Angres
Reference: CPR 202
Notice from L E Johnson, Chief Officer, States of Jersey Police to all headmasters, headmistresses and school staff re. the murder of Joy Elizabeth Norton warning children not to speak to strangers and asking for information about who played with her the previous week
Date: September 1965
Poursuites criminelles register - entry for Joseph Philippe Le Brun accused of killing his sister, Nancy Le Brun, wife of Philippe Laurens, in the parish of St Lawrence
Date: 20 February 1875 - 7 July 1875
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Thomas St George accused of murder. Statements are from Alfred Abram Downer, Centenier of St Helier, Dr Maxwell Le Cronier, John McFarling, police officer, Albert Thomas Le Breton, police officer, Julia Baker, wife of Michael Costello, Charlotte Ann Morley, wife of Pallot, Jane Banks, wife of William Manning, Georgina Channing, wife of John Robert Le Sueur and Bessie Wallbridge, wife of Walter Gallichan.
Date: 10 August 1896 - 11 August 1896
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Jeanne Giou accused of murder. Statements are from Charles Le Sueur, Centenier of St Lawrence, Dr Paul Chappuis, Francis William Le Masurier and Lydia Louisa Le Lievre, wife of Frances William Le Masurier.
Date: 27 August 1896 - 29 August 1896
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Anna Yvonne Bla accused of murder. Statements are from Henry Philip D'Auvergne, Constable of St Ouen, Elias Mauger, Vingtenier of St Ouen, François Nicolas Coutanche, John Le Cornu, Mary Acourt, wife of John Le Cornu, Augustine Radignac, Jean Gouarin, Philip Barnett Bentlif and Arthur Clement Stamberg.
Date: 15 July 1897 - 20 July 1897
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Thomas and Marie Françoise Connan, widow of Pierre Le Guen accused of murder. Statements are from Godfray Labey Gruchy, Centenier of St Clement, James Le Reverend, Police Officer, Walter Falla, George Marett, Constable's Officer, Francis Lewis Le Chevalier, George Alfred Romeril, Edouard Le Cornu, Alfred Le Cornu, Louisa Burt, Alexandre Eudrier, Alfred Philip de la Cour, François Poulain, Emile Hyacinthe Le Neindre, Françoise Bougeant, wife of François Argul, Jeanne Le Cain, widow of Quille, Esther Rualt, wife of Eloi, Anne Marie Revoil, wife of Mattré, Marguérite Seguillon, wife of Le Rouge, Marie Rose Vigné, widow of Prunier, Percy Adrian Aubin, Constable of St Helier, George Dowell Marett, Jean François Jouan, Charles Albert Bois, Frederick Woodland Toms, Louise Clara Gouyette, Stanley Buesnel, John Buesnel, Ernest Fuur Noel, Aldophus John Le Quesne, Centenier of St Helier, James John Ereaut, Constable of St Saviour and Percy Vivan Cooke, Centenier of St Saviour.
Date: 18 August 1906 - 24 August 1906
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Alice Lee accused of murdering her baby.
Date: 7 September 1911
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Florence Mary Le Verder accused of murdering a child.
Date: 24 February 1912 - 7 March 1912
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Marie Jeanne Pichedo accused of murder.
Date: 3 June 1912 - 21 August 1912
Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Florence Marie Gorvel accused of murdering her baby.
Date: 22 August 1918
Correspondence and papers relating to the investigation into the death of Mildred Waddell, allegedly shot by a German soldier on 26 December 1944
Date: 27 December 1944 - 25 September 1945
Certificate of John de Seint Martyn as to the murder of King's Receiver, Thomalyn de Appelby
Extract from the Royal Court regarding a murder of a new born baby boy who was found in a pit on the land of Charles Hilgrove. As a result the Royal Court has decided to bar the harbours and monitor people coming in to try and discover the person who was culpable.
Date: 24 January 1775
Extract from the Royal Court relating to the case of Thomas Bisson, a man accused of crime went into town with Philippe de Ste Croix and Jacques Moisson, who went down to the beach after dark and met a man on the beach and threw two stones into the man's stomach and buried him in the sand.
Date: 19 September 1797
Photograph of the Royal Army Service Corps landing craft tank RASCV/HMAV Audemer near La Haule Slip, photograph of the ship Gerso Horsens, group photograph, and photograph of the boat Marie Gabrielle in St Helier Harbour.
File number: 49
Page number: 6
Date: 29 November 1968 - 14 January 1969