Draft unsigned letter from the Lieutenant Governor's Office to C Talbot, War Office re. the appointment of Reverend Bateman, mention of correspondence with Mr Filleul and the Bishop

Reference: A/C2/13/10

Date: August 2nd 1870 - August 2nd 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Colonel Rowney, Fort Major requesting that his thanks be passed to the Secretary of State for War for his appointment to the post of Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/11

Date: August 4th 1870 - August 4th 1870

Copy of a letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Mr Filleul informing him of his acceptance of the post of Military Chaplain and offering his help in the Town church and the Parish

Reference: A/C2/13/12

Date: August 4th 1870 - August 4th 1870

Letter from Mr [Reverend] P Filleul, St Helier's Rectory to Reverend C H Bateman in reply to his letter of the 4 Aug 1870 reference to the Sunday morning service in the Town Church for the troops

Reference: A/C2/13/13

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Colonel Rowney, originally enclosed with Mr Filleul's letter see A/C/ 12/13/13 comment on Mr Filleul's attitude to his appointment as Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/14

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

Copy letter from Philip Filleul, Rector of St Helier to Colonel Rowney protesting about [Reverend] C H Bateman's appointment as Military Chaplain and officiating at the troops Sunday service

Reference: A/C2/13/15

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

Letter from Philip Filleul, Rector of St Helier to Major General Guy allowing [Reverend] C H Bateman to officiate at the Sunday service to the troops at the Town Church but expressing his views on the 'grievous injustice' caused to him by the appointment in his Parish

Reference: A/C2/13/16

Date: August 6th 1870 - August 6th 1870

Copy letter from Government House to Reverend P Filleul thanking him for allowing [Reverend] C H Bateman to officiate at the Sunday service in the Town Church, waiting decision of the Secretary of State for War on the situation

Reference: A/C2/13/17

Date: August 6th 1870 - August 6th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] re. his duties in the parish and the situation with Reverend Filleul, mention of St Luke's Church

Reference: A/C2/13/18

Date: August 7th 1870 - August 7th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey [Major General Philip Guy] re. converting the old school room in the Keep at Elizabeth Castle for religious services

Reference: A/C2/13/19

Date: August 9th 1870 - August 9th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] thanking him for his attention to the 'place for devine worship at the Castle', distressed at the attitude of Reverend Filleul & Reverend Guille to the 'spiritual interests' of the soldiers

Reference: A/C2/13/22

Date: August 11th 1870 - August 11th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] informing him of Mr Barlow's address in Chester

Reference: A/C2/13/23

Date: August 12th 1870 - August 12th 1870

Letter from C Talbot, War Office to Major General Guy re. the Military Chaplaincy situation 'the mistake has arisen through it having being supposed here that Mr Bateman had agreed to become Mr Filleul's curate'

Reference: A/C2/13/26

Date: August 24th 1870 - August 24th 1870

Copies of two letters from Charles Stewart, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] to [Reverend Philip Filleul Rector of St Helier] re. post of Military Chaplain, proposed candidate Reverend Bateman

Reference: A/C2/13/3

Date: May 1st 1870 - May 1st 1870

Letter from Philip Filleul, St Helier Rectory to C H Bateman re. their future working arrangement, Mr Bateman should retain the Chaplaincy to the troops and be Mr Filleul's Curate 'in conformity with the terms of his appointment'

Reference: A/C2/13/31

Date: November 26th 1870 - November 26th 1870

Letter from Philip Filleul, St Helier Rectory to C H Bateman re. reconciliation and future working relationship in the Chaplaincy

Reference: A/C2/13/33

Date: November 28th 1870 - November 28th 1870

Letter from C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy], originally enclosed with Mr Filleuls 2 letters see A/C2/12/13/30 & A/C2/12/13/32 Mr Bateman very pleased with the conciliatory tone of the letters but tendering his notice as received an offer of a living near London to begin January 1871

Reference: A/C2/13/34

Date: November 30th 1870 - November 30th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] Philip Filleul, St Helier's Rectory to [Reverend] C H Bateman congratulating him on his appointment in England, happy for him to officiate at the next Sunday service to the troops

Reference: A/C2/13/35

Date: November 30th 1870 - November 30th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy], originally enclosed with letter from Mr Filleul to Mr Bateman see A/C2/13/35 comment on Mr Filleul's letter and offer of the living at All Saints Church, Mr Bateman suggested services during the winter remain at Fort Regent

Reference: A/C2/13/36

Date: December 2nd 1870 - December 2nd 1870

Letter from Reverend Philip Filleul, 7, Ladbroke Gardens, London to Major General Guy, Jersey airing his displeasure re. the appointment of Reverend Bateman as Military Chaplain in his absence due to his ill health

Reference: A/C2/13/5

Date: May 31st 1870 - May 31st 1870

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