Invitation to Jersey - Accommodation advertising brochure - advertisement for the Hi-View Guest House, Holiday Bungalows Grouville-By-The-Sea, Homely Guest House, Ingleby Guest House, La Rochelle Guest House, Le Hocq Hotel, Les Mars Hotel and Les Mouettes Guest House

Reference: D/AS/C/1/135

Date: 1964 - 1964

Accommodation File 122 - Le Hocq Hotel

Reference: D/AS/W1/122

Date: January 1st 1950 - December 31st 1973

Registration card of Lizzie Emma Boleat, née Tolcher, of Le Hocq Hotel, St Clement, born 12/09/1897

Reference: D/S/A/2/A126a

Date: January 18th 1941 - January 18th 1941

Blue registration form of Lizzie Emma Boleat, née Tolcher, of Le Hocq Hotel, St Clement, born 12/09/1897

Reference: D/S/A/2/B126a

Date: January 18th 1941 - January 18th 1941

Will and Testament of John Ernest Boleat of Le Hocq Hotel, St Clement. Dated 10/12/1931. (Includes two closed documents).

Reference: D/Y/B1/3/49

Date: January 16th 1950 - January 16th 1950

Lists of buildings, including houses, bungalows, garages, shops, hotels, sheds and huts, requisitioned by the German Authorities. Listed in order of parish they include, name of property, owner, date of requisitioning and date of de-requistioning - Parish of St Clement, Page 6

Reference: D/Z/K27/10/39

Date: 1940 - 1945

Correspondence relating to the requisitioning of the Le Hocq Hotel - Annexe and Lounge, St Clement and compensation claims after the end of the Occupation. Report by W Horn Brothers regarding the state of repair in 1945. Also attempt to claim compensation after damage was caused to the windows when the Naval Authorities exploded mines on 5 June 1945 on the beach at Le Hocq.

Reference: L/A/34/C3/04

Date: 1941 - 1941

Date: 1945 - 1945

Correspondence relating to 'Claims on Rehabilitation Committee 1946' includes claims for The Pavilion Hotel, Grève de Lecq, Southampton Hotel, Le Hocq Hotel, Victoria Hotel, the Finsbury Hotel and a medaow at Coin Varin and the results of the claims

Reference: L/A/34/C3/09

Date: January 30th 1946 - May 17th 1949

Correspondence relating to rehabilitation claims for the Finsbury Hotel, Southampton Hotel, Victoria Hotel, Le Hocq Hotel and Pavilion Hotel, Greve de Lecq; Wimbledon Hotel; Regent Hotel; Stagg Hotel; Brewery Premises, British Hotel Trinity;. British Union Hotel, St Lawrence. Accounts and details of work undertaken from builders, plumbers etc including George Gerard, Carpenter and Joiner; W J Boniface Builder and Contractor; W Horn Brothers Builders and Contractors; Bertram Le Maistre, Carpenter, Painter and Paperhanger; Ahier & Liron, Electrical Engineers; C Holmes & Son, Locksmith; and J Houillebecq & Sons, Practical Painters, Glaziers and Paperhangers.

Reference: L/A/34/C3/10

Date: 1946 - 1949

Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 2, Page 47. Includes newscuttings from the Evening Post of notices, orders and advertisements published in the Exchange and Mart column.

Reference: L/C/306/A/2/47

Date: August 18th 1941 - August 21st 1941

Fire policy 8852622 taken out on the Le Hocq Hotel, St Clement

Reference: L/C/459/B2/44

Date: 1921 - 1925

Fire policy 5043083 taken out on Le Hocq Hotel

Reference: L/C/459/B2/7

Date: 1920 - 1920

Guardian Assurance Company Limited policy covering glass at the Wimbledon Hotel, Grouville and the Le Hocq Hotel, St Clement, contains an itemised list of the glass to be insured including the location and style of window or door covered. A memo dated 1937 also covers the engraved plate glass windows reading Victoria Hotel and Mary Ann Ales at the Victoria Hotel St Peter

Reference: L/C/459/B5/4

Date: 1935 - 1937

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