Applicants with surnames beginning with the letters O and P - Alfred James Pepprell

Reference: B/A/L42/11/204

Date: February 8th 1944 - February 8th 1944

Digital copy of an Officer's Report by Detective Constable Duncan King, Historic Abuse Team to the Senior Investigating Officer, Operation Rectangle concerning findings of a check in respect of a former male staff member at Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/1/WD001183

Date: August 7th 2008 - August 7th 2008

Digital copy of Documents relating to Malcolm Carver concerning his adoption and residence at the Jersey Home for Boys. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/A4/6/WD000008

Date: January 10th 1951 - September 6th 1990

Digital copy of Action by Anthony F White, Analyst, Operation Rectangle, States of Jersey Police concerning an assistant housefather charged with indecency offences against a resident of Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/C/WD001186

Date: January 1st 1961 - May 9th 2008

Digital copy of the Transcript of Day 15 of the hearings for the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.

Reference: C/D/AW15/TD000015

Date: September 23rd 2014 - September 23rd 2014

Digital copy of Exhibit RW29: Notes of Police Magistrate R E B Voisin on Children (Jersey) Law 196-. 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/EE000178

Date: January 18th 1962 - January 18th 1962

Digital copy of Exhibit RW-S10: Comments with annotations from Police Magistrate R E B Voisin on 'Children's Law'. 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/EE000240

Date: January 1st 1962 - December 31st 1963

Digital copy of Exhibit RW-S12: Letter from Police Magistrate R E B Voisin to Law Draftsman E J M Potter relating to the Children's Law. 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/EE000242

Date: January 4th 1964 - January 4th 1964

Digital copy of the witness statement to the Inquiry of Richard William Whitehead, Principal Legal Adviser in the Law Officers' Department and Director of the Civil Division of the Department, dated 1 September 2014.

Reference: C/D/AW6/D1/EE000261

Date: September 1st 2014 - September 1st 2014

Will and Testament of Francis Albert Edouard Voisin, Jurat of the Royal Court. Dated 23 January 1934. Bequeaths to Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin the property 13 Royal Square, St Helier. Codicil added 17 March 1936 Codicil added 20 July 1936

Reference: D/Y/A/100/42

Date: February 9th 1937 - February 9th 1937

Papers relating to the appointment of R E B Voisin as executor of the Will of Louise d'Egville after the death of the previous executor.

Reference: D/Y/A/100/67

Date: April 2nd 1937 - April 2nd 1937

Papers relating to the appointment of Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin as a new executor to the Will of John George Hamel, the previous executor having died.

Reference: D/Y/A/104/80

Date: March 22nd 1939 - March 22nd 1939

Volume containing Letters of Administration for individuals who have died intestate. Indexed by name of deceased and name of appointed administrator.

Reference: D/Y/A2/3

Date: January 25th 1932 - April 16th 1947

Vente between Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin procureur of Emma Jane Voisin daughter of François of the first party and Abraham de Gruchy and Company Limited represented by John Arthur Perée and Herbert Alfred Anderson of the second party. Records the sale from 1 to 2 of two little pieces of land situated to the South West of 12, New Street, St Helier for the sum of 1s. Registered Livre 429A folio 114

Reference: L/A/25/C1/R/13

Date: September 17th 1932 - September 17th 1932

Photograph of Advocate Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin, the newly appointed Stipendiary Magistrate, and a photograph of the new Airport Commandant Mr Griffiths shaking hands with the retiring Commandant Mr Charles Paul Victor Roche.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/POR/43/3

Date: December 28th 1957 - January 11th 1958

Subject: Portraits

File number: 43

Page number: 3

Paper titled The Position of Officers of the Channel Island Militias. Relates to the ranks of officers of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey and the Royal Guernsey Militia, with reference to the cases of Lieutenant-Colonel H M Vatcher, Captain R E B Voisin, Major L T Anthoine, Second Lieutenant L R O Falla, Captain H G Le Brocq and Second Lieutenant J S Crill.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/10

Date: March 6th 1944 - March 6th 1944

Cutting of the front page of the 11 January 1954 edition of The Evening Post. Includes an article on the laying-up of the regimental colours of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey during a service in St Helier Parish Church on Peirson Day following a ceremony in the Royal Square.

Reference: L/C/146/A3/5

Date: January 11th 1954 - January 11th 1954

Mounted photograph of the 1934 camp of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey. Pictured from left to right are: back row - Lieutenant F de L Bois, Second Lieutenant G Rice, Second Lieutenant D R Jenkins, Second Lieutenant T C Mitchell; front row - Captain R E B Voisin, Captain L T Anthoine, Lieutenant-Colonel H M Vatcher, Captain T St G Carroll, Lieutenant H G Le Brocq. Taken by Albert Smith Limited.

Reference: L/C/146/C/2

Date: 1934 - 1934

Rembours de rente between John Douglas Arthur, son of John Le Couteur of the first party and Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin, procureur of Emile George Hamon, older son of the late Philip Boutillier Hamon and Eliza Catherine Morington Voisin, his wife and in that quality principal heir to his aforesaid mother's estate of the second party. Records the reimbursement for £28, 7s from 1 to 2 of 1 quartier, 2 cabots, 3 sixtonniers of wheat rente. Registered: Livre 445A, Folio 144.

Reference: L/C/284/A4/42

Date: March 22nd 1947

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