Comments

Garrison Routine Orders by Lieutenant Colonel A B Rogers, Officer Commanding Troops, Jersey. Serial No. 51, [Garrison Routine Orders] 215-226. Signed by Captain H G Le Brocq, Staff Captain "Q", Garrison Headquarters.

Reference

L/C/146/B3/1/51

Date

November 30th 1945 - November 30th 1945

Scope and Content

Includes Garrison Routine Orders relating to: field officers of the week (215); release instruction no. 3 about Class A release books and release and discharge during the release period (216), enclosed as Appendix A; church services (217), with a timetable of church services for 9 December 1945 enclosed as Appendix B; a change to the place of assembly of a Court of Inquiry (218); Christmas break (219); German captured vehicles (220); a defence medal (221); the rendering of a release form (222); the rendition of fuel and water accounts (223); overseas service in the Channel Islands (224); long service and good conduct medals for the half year ending 31 December 1945 (225); and the opening hours of the bath house in People's Park (226).

Names

Le Brocq, Hugh George
Rogers, A B, Lieutenant Colonel
620 Regiment Royal Artillery
Force 135
Grand Hotel
Midvale Road Presbyterian Church
St Andrew's Church
St Aubin's Methodist Church
St James' Church
St Mary and St Peter's Church
St Matthew's Church
St Peter's Church
Victoria Street Congregational Church
War Office
Wesley Methodist Church

Keywords

14, Esplanade | People's Park | Victoria College House | Guildford | baths | church services | Christmas | Correspondence | courts of inquiry | garrisons | inquiries | Liberation | Medals | Military | Orders | papers | Prisoners of war | Rations | Regiments | releases | vehicles

Dimensions

3 papers

Language

English

Level of description

item

Context:

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