Correspondence between the Lieutenant Governor, Major General The Hon Sir Francis R Bingham, the Home Office, the Law Officers of the Crown, the Solicitor General, A Coutanche & Ernest Le Sueur Greffier regarding the Militia Law 1921

Reference: A/C2/58/1

Date: May 17th 1927 - August 8th 1927

File regarding the withdrawal of the Government Grant for the Royal Militia of the Island of Jersey. Correspondence between the Lieutenant Governor Sir Francis Bingham, the Home Office, the Bailiff & the War Office

Reference: A/C2/59/1

Date: June 15th 1928 - November 14th 1929

Correspondence between the Home Office, the Bailiff [William Venables Vernon], the Lieutenant Governor [Major General The Hon Sir Francis Bingham] and Albert Le Gallais, St Helier Arsenal regarding the new Militia Law and appointment of Lieutenant Colonel Albert Le Gallais as Officer Commanding the new force

Reference: A/C2/60/1

Date: May 10th 1929 - June 20th 1929

Photographic portrait of Major General The Honourable Francis Richard Bingham K.C.B K.C.M.G Lieutenant Governor of Jersey 1924-1929

Reference: A/L1/10

Date: 1924 - 1929

Official correspondence between the Home Office and the Lieutenant Governor F R Bingham, on the subject of the Island's contribution to Imperial Funds with an Act of the States

Reference: D/AP/AD/10/2

Date: March 1st 1927 - March 1st 1927

Petition to Major General Sir Francis Bingham, Lieutenant Governor; William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from men and women resident in Jersey request that the States take steps to ensure that old and worn out horses in Jersey will be slaughtered in the Island under humane conditions. Presented by John Renouf, Deputy of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/125

Date: September 19th 1925 - September 19th 1925

Petition to Sir Francis Bingham, Lieutenant Governor; William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from Charles Hill & Sons, The Ald Steamship Co Ltd and The Plymouth, Channel Islands & Brittany Steamship Co Ltd objecting to the Reglement passed by the States on 15/03/1927 which agreed permission to build a depot for the storage of petrol at the rear of La Folie Inn, thereby making it a necessity for tankers to enter the harbour. The petitioners point out the dangers of this descision. Presented by Edward Le Quesne, Deputy of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/127

Date: March 14th 1929 - March 14th 1929

Petition to Sir Francis Bingham, Lieutenant Governor; William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from ratepayers and electors of the Island regarding the decision made at a conference held at the British Treasury with reference to the question of the avoidance of British Direct Taxation by British subjects resident or domiciled in the Island, 'the petitioners consider these proposals are totally at variance with the rights and variances of this Island' (not dated, signed by parish)

Reference: D/AP/U/129

Date: 1924 - 1929

Letter 49 from Kath [Kathleen de Carteret], Vale Farm, St Peter to her dearest Ken [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur]. Includes comments about photograph and discussions about various matters including noses, classical music and gramophone records. Includes original envelope addressed to K H Le Sueur, Western Telegraph Company, St Vincent, Cape Verde Islands via Arandora.

Reference: L/C/142/A1/A1/1/49

Date: August 13th 1928 - August 13th 1928

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