Correspondence with the War Office relating to claims for loss of service through being injured in motor traffic accidents.

Reference: D/Z/M/A/6

Date: July 27th 1939 - July 27th 1939

Copy of correspondence with the War Office relating to claims for loss of service through being injured in motor traffic accidents forwarded to the Army Technical School (Boys), the Royal Engineers, and the R.A.S.C. Jersey District.

Reference: D/Z/M/A/7

Date: July 31st 1939 - July 31st 1939

Correspondence relating to the purchase of land by the War Office which is part of the benefice of St Ouen to be used for the rifle range at Les Landes

Reference: G/C/03/C12/1

Date: March 10th 1911 - June 27th 1911

Leaflet issued by the War Office detailing instructions to personnel released or invalided during release period to Channel Islands who are granted leave with pay and who are eligible for medical attendance etc. under army regulations.

Reference: L/C/146/A10/1

Date: 1945 - 1945

Movement Order issued by the War Office Travel Bureau regarding movement to the Channel Islands for repatriation on military ships authorising Major H G Le Brocq to proceed to Jersey on 16 August 1946 on repatriation.

Reference: L/C/146/A10/2

Date: August 14th 1946 - August 14th 1946

Embarkation card issued to Major [Hugh George] Le Brocq relating to a Movement Order issued by the War Office Travel Bureau authorising Major Le Brocq to embark from Southampton to Jersey on 16 August 1946 on repatriation. [See also L/C/146/A10/2].

Reference: L/C/146/A10/3

Date: August 14th 1946 - August 16th 1946

Personal Correspondence

Reference: L/C/146/A11

Date: 1992 - 1992

Correspondence relating to pay and allowances for Captain H G Le Brocq in relation to his service with the 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Includes correspondence relating to Captain Le Brocq's pay in respect of his rank, Captain Le Brocq's entitlement to family lodging allowance, and the issue of allowances in respect of officers of all ranks in the unit with dependants in the Channel Islands.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/1

Date: July 16th 1940 - July 21st 1943

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

Correspondence relating to ranks, promotions and pay of officers of the 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion, including L T Anthoine and L R O Falla.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/2

Date: August 1st 1940 - January 12th 1942

Correspondence relating to the rank of, and pay and allowances received by, Captain H G Le Brocq, 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/5

Date: February 15th 1941 - October 8th 1942

Correspondence relating to the family lodging allowance received by Captain H G Le Brocq, 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/6

Date: February 15th 1941 - March 19th 1943

Correspondence between Captain H G Le Brocq, 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion and the Army Pay Office relating to the family lodging allowance received by Captain Le Brocq.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/9

Date: March 30th 1943 - April 25th 1943

Letter from the Army Pay Office (Officers' Accounts), Stockport Road, Manchester to Captain H G Le Brocq, 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, Withernsea, Yorkshire regarding the overpayment of £55.4.0d being family lodging allowance made to Captain Le Brocq.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/9/1

Date: March 30th 1943 - March 30th 1943

Letter from Captain H G Le Brocq, Withernsea, to the Army Pay Office (Officers' Accounts), Manchester regarding the recovery of the amount of £55.4.0d being family lodging allowance made to Captain Le Brocq.

Reference: L/C/146/A2/9/2

Date: April 25th 1943 - April 25th 1943

Extract from Regimental History: The Royal Hampshire Regiment, Volume Three, 1918-1954 by David Scott Daniell. Relates to the history of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey during the Second World War, including the formation and disbandment of the 11th (Royal Militia Island of Jersey) Battalion, Hampshire Regiment.

Reference: L/C/146/A6/1

Date: 1955 - 1955

Papers outlining the history of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey Association, including a history of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey.

Reference: L/C/146/A8/2

Date: 1963 - 1987
Undated, c. 1963-1987.

Notes on the Royal Militia Island of Jersey Association and the history of the Royal Militia Island of Jersey. Includes a notes from Richard, Assistant Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor, to Major Hugh [Le Brocq] regarding the return of Major Le Brocq's notes.

Reference: L/C/146/A8/3

Date: March 1st 1987 - March 31st 1987

Channel Islands Garrison: Adm Instr No. 1 for Run-Down. Signed by Major W Ambler, DAA and QMG [Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General], HQ Guernsey Garrison. Sets out instructions further to an order by the War Office regarding the withdrawal of all troops from the Channel Islands by 30 June 1946. Includes appendices with notes in manuscript.

Reference: L/C/146/B2/10/10

Date: May 23rd 1946 - May 23rd 1946

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