Letter from A Hilgrove Turner and H Le V dit Durell, Attorney General's Chambers to the President and members of the Defence Committee regarding sending troops from the Jersey Militia to London for the Coronation of Edward VII under certain conditions

Reference: A/C2/38/1

Date: March 8th 1902 - March 8th 1902

Letter from the Lieutenant Bailiff, P Briard to the Deputy Governor acknowledging receipt of copies of telegrams received from the Home Secretary regarding the health of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/10

Date: June 26th 1902 - June 26th 1902

Printed letter from the War Office, London to the General Officer Commanding Jersey regarding the arrangements for the Coronation on 9 August, list of units which will be represented, the Royal Jersey Militia allowed to be represented by 1 Officer and 11 other ranks

Reference: A/C2/38/12

Date: July 18th 1902 - July 18th 1902

Copy letter from H R Abadie, Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff informing him he will be out of the Island for the Coronation

Reference: A/C2/38/15

Date: August 5th 1902 - August 5th 1902

Copy letter from Major D A A G Royal Jersey Militia to the President of the Defence Committee originally enclosed with the accounts of the Coronation contingent which took part in the ceremonies

Reference: A/C2/38/16

Date: August 19th 1902 - August 19th 1902

Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Home Authorities had authorised a Detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to proceed to London for the Coronation celebrations under certain conditions, request for the views of the States

Reference: A/C2/38/2

Date: May 8th 1902 - May 8th 1902

Approval by the States of Jersey of the proposal to send a Detachment of the Royal Militia to London for the Coronation celebrations signed by Ernest Le Sueur Greffier

Reference: A/C2/38/3

Date: May 9th 1902 - May 9th 1902

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with A/C2/38/3 informing him the States unanimously sanctioned the sending of a detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to London to participate in the Coronation celebrations

Reference: A/C2/38/4

Date: May 10th 1902 - May 10th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the Coronation was postponed indefinitely due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/5

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Letter from Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him of the indefinite postponement of the Coronation due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/6

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the Home Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] information regarding the condition of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/7

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Copy letter from the Deputy Governor to the Under Secretary of State acknowledging the receipt of the letter and telegram of the 24 June regarding the health of the King see A/C2/38/5-6

Reference: A/C2/38/8

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Letter from Lt Colonel A Ward Simpson Government Secretary to Colonel W D Lindley, Deputy Governor informing him of the postponement of the Coronation and the local celebrations

Reference: A/C2/38/9

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Letter from H Ringwood Deputy Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] asking if there would be any objection to the provision of light refreshments being given to the non-commissioned officers and men of the Militia taking part in the celebrations for the Kings [Edward VII] birthday and handing over of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/43/49

Date: June 15th 1907 - June 15th 1907

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him the Defence Committee had agreed refreshments could be provided to the Militia at the States expense during the celebrations for the King's [Edward VII] birthday and handing over of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/43/51

Date: June 22nd 1907 - June 22nd 1907

Memorandum from the Assistant Adjutant General to the Governor's Secretary regarding the provision of a 'light meal' for the troops who take part in the Kings Birthday celebrations at Mont Orgueil

Reference: A/C2/45/26

Date: June 14th 1909 - June 14th 1909

Papers relating to the celebration of coronations. Includes; Edward VII, George V, abdication of Edward VIII and accession of George VI

Reference: A/D1/C22/1

Date: March 3rd 1901 - June 14th 1937

Correspondence file concerning the coronation celebrations for Edward VII, 09/08/1902, George V, 22/06/1911, George VI, 12/05/1937 and Elizabeth II, 02/06/1953, includes minutes of the Memorial and Coronation Committee

Reference: B/D/A/R15/2/1

Date: November 8th 1901 - July 16th 1953

Proclamation from King Edward VII regarding the neutrality of the British Isles in the war between Russia and Japan. Printed by C P Du Parcq, printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/45

Date: February 13th 1904 - February 13th 1904

St Mark's National Infants School, (from 1919 re-anmed Brighton Road Infants School) Log Book. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. The index created by volunteers has been attached as a PDF so that you can see the page numbers the person is mentioned on. The volume has not been digitised to date so you will need to contact the Archive to obtain copies of the relevant pages.

Reference: D/J/N3/10

Date: 1883 - 1924

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