Bailiffs correspondence file containing information regarding a bust of Lord Coutanche. [folder contains files 132,146,217,276, 283, 322 catalogued individually]

Reference: B/D/A/M7 [283)

Date: February 25th 1987 - January 11th 1990

Digital copy of Exhibit [MH]3: Annual Report of Brig-y-don Children's Convalescent and Holiday Home, 1972-1973. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to [Margaret Holley]'s Witness Statement to the Inquiry, dated 15 May 2015, [C/D/AW2/B3/26/WS000575].

Reference: C/D/AW2/A7/33/WD005488/3

Date: 1972 - 1973

Digital copy of Exhibit RW1: Letter from the Attorney General Alexander Coutanche to the President of the Legislation Committee regarding the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 coming into force in England. Used by Richard William Whitehead in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 1 September 2014 [C/D/AW6/D1/EE000261].

Reference: C/D/AW6/D1/EE000151

Date: September 5th 1934 - September 5th 1934

Volume of Copy Testaments. Contains an index to all testaments and copies of all testaments with grants of probate (post 1949) (Volume 84 - Numbers 725/73 - 135/74)

Reference: D/Y/B2/49

Date: November 28th 1973 - March 1st 1974

Rembours de Rente between Philip Peter Payn and Walter James Ralph, two Director's of Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the first party and Alexander Montcrieff Coutanche, Procurer General and John Francis Giffard Receiver General of the second party. Records the reimbursement for five livres stirling from 1 to 2 of a rente of two poules of wheat on the property known as the Central Hotel.

Reference: L/A/34/C1/14/02

Date: March 7th 1934 - March 7th 1934

Cession et abandon de droits seigneuriaux by Alexander Montcrieff Coutanche, Attorney acting on behalf of Annie Mary Helleur Le Cornu, daughter of Charles Philippe, Dame du Fief et Seigneurie de la Fosse of the first party and Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the second party. Records the abandonment of seigneurial rights on the property 5 Hope Street, St Helier by the first party for the sum of twenty-two livres and ten chelins sterling paid by the second party.

Reference: L/A/34/C1/36/01

Date: November 3rd 1923 - November 3rd 1023

Cession et abandon de droits seigneruiaux between Alexander Montcrieff Coutanche, Attorney on behalf of John Keith Finlayson Coutanche, son of Adolphus Arnold principal heir of the deceased Florence Maud Coutanche, (his aunt) Dame du Fief et Seigneurie du Buisson of the first party and Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the second party. Records the abandonment of the seigneurial rights by 1 on the property known as 2 & 4, La Motte Street, Parish of St Helier for the sum of ninety livres sterling paid by 2.

Reference: L/A/34/C1/42/01

Date: September 1st 1923 - September 1st 1923

Photographs of an Airspeed Ambassador Elizabethan plane, and of the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche, Deputy S J Venables, the Attorney General Mr C S Harrison, and Senators F P Le Quesne and W H Krichefski.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/10

Date: June 13th 1952 - June 13th 1952

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 10

Photographs of a plane being serviced on the Airport Apron, and of the official opening of the Airport’s Tarmac runway which feature the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche, and Captain Bill Caldwell, the pilot who opened the beach service in 1933.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/5

Date: May 27th 1952 - July 18th 1953

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 5

Photographs of passengers arriving at the Airport and of a Royal Mail Plane at the official opening of the Airport’s Tarmac runway with the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/6

Date: May 12th 1952 - May 27th 1952

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 6

Photographs which relate to the inauguration of a new service from Cardiff and feature the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche, a delegation and a Cwmbran Air Services plane.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/7

Date: May 29th 1952 - May 30th 1952

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 7

Photographs which relate to the inauguration of a new service from Cardiff and feature the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche, a delegation and a Cwmbran Air Services plane, and also an aerial shot of the runway and St Ouen’s Bay.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/AVI/6/8

Date: May 29th 1952 - May 29th 1952

Subject: Aviation

File number: 6

Page number: 8

Photographs of a ceremony at the Le Dicq, St Saviour, to commemorate 150th anniversary of the birth of Victor Hugo. The ceremony included the unveiling of a plaque by the French Ambassador to London. The plaque has the inscription Le Rocher des proscripts - Victor Hugo en exil 1852 - 1855.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/1/3

Date: June 23rd 1952 - June 24th 1952

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 1

Page number: 3

Photograph of the French Ambassador Rene Massigli with the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche and Madame Massigli at the entrance to the Royal Court, and photograph of the French Consul M Piot with the Ambassador at a memorial stone in Macpela Cemetery, St John.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/1/4

Date: June 23rd 1952 - June 24th 1952

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 1

Page number: 4

Photograph of the French Ambassador Rene Massigli laying a wreath in Macpela Cemetery, St John, and photograph of a group in Macpela Cemetery.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/1/5

Date: June 23rd 1952 - June 24th 1952

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 1

Page number: 5

Photographs which concern a ceremony in the Garden of Remembrance at Howard Davis Park and feature Reverend G Pawson of St Luke's Church, Reverend R J Rider MC, President of the Jersey Free Church Council, the Bailiff, His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, the French Consul Monsieur Valadier, Major General N G Hind, and Lieutenant Colonel Burdon.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/2/2

Date: 1948-11 - 1948-11

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 2

Page number: 2

Photographs which concern a ceremony held in the Field of Remembrance at Howard Davis Park and feature His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, the bailiff and the French Consul.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/2/5

Date: 1948-11 - 1948-11

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 2

Page number: 5

Photographs which concern a Battle of Britain Service and feature the Bailiff and Deputy Governor Sir Alexander Coutanche and another gentleman, laying a wreath in the Garden of Remembrance at Howard Davis Park; a Royal Airforce Association (RAFA) Standard was also dedicated at St Luke's Church.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/2/6

Date: September 18th 1948 - September 18th 1948

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 2

Page number: 6

Photographs which relate to the eighth anniversary of the birth of the United Nations Organization, on the 24th of October 1953, and feature the Bailiff Sir Alexander Coutanche raising a flag above the States Building, and the United Nations flag flying at Fort Regent.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CER/3/5

Date: October 24th 1953 - October 31st 1953

Subject: the Ceremonies

File number: 3

Page number: 5

Photographs of Mr Norman Allport presenting the Bailiff, Sir Alexander Coutanche, with a film record of a Royal Visit to the Channel Islands, and photograph with Mr Clarke and Mr Street after the presentation. Page number 8 of the Cinemas Subject Files of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CIN/8

Date: September 6th 1957 - September 7th 1957

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