Memorandum from Colonel R F Lindsell to the D A A G re. a broken halyard on the flag pole at Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/45/11

Date: March 12th 1909 - March 12th 1909

Information on Flags

Reference: A/D1/F7

Date: October 22nd 1887 - November 8th 1976

Provenance of the Jersey Flag

Reference: A/D1/F7/1

Date: May 24th 1945 - April 27th 1978

Gift of a flag on behalf of Colonel and Mrs Huish

Reference: B/A/L18/43

Date: March 19th 1953 - March 31st 1953

Copies of general Orders concerning clubs, societies, meetings and the display of flags

Reference: B/A/W30/150/1

Date: October 11th 1940 - October 23rd 1942

Correspondence file concerning the arms of the Seigneurs of Jersey

Reference: B/D/A/A4/1

Date: September 6th 1968 - April 12th 1996

Correspondence file concerning the arms of the Seigneurs of Jersey and the Jersey Flag

Reference: B/D/A/A4/2/1

Date: February 26th 1914 - March 25th 1985

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Abattoirs at Herm and Argentine cattle; Acts of Parliament; proposed arsenal in St Helier; ordnance for the militia; improvements at the asylum; auditors' reports; import duties on the baggage of soldiers and sailors; pews in parish churches; ban on animal imports; Bills to Parliament; sale of cockles; appeal case relating to Julia Westaway will; hand over of Mont Orgueil to States and works there; rifle range at Blanches Banques; introduction of dogs to the island; colonial marriages; import accounts; trial of Thomas Connan; correspondence with the Privy Council; ecclesiastical constitutions; industrial schools; special flag for 'Duke of Normandy'; Jersey Mutual Fire Insurance Society; rules of Jersey Savings Bank; joint stock companies; Lt Governor's veto; merchant shipping; militia rolls; seigneural dues on land near Mont Orgueil and the signal station there; trading stamps; Victoria Cottage Homes report; editor of the Jersey Times called to the bar of the States and the Workmans' Compensation Bill

Reference: C/A5/11

Date: January 16th 1906 - November 11th 1908

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Anglo-Portuguese Commercial treaty; auditor's report on States accounts and the militia accounts; contribution to the Imperial Fund; detention in borstal institutions; militia flags; civil registration; Florence Boot Cottages Trust; report of the Jersey Gas Company Ltd; excavations at La Hougue Bie; the offer of Glenham Davis Farm; Governor's report on the militia; Jersey Mutual Fire Insurance; Railway Bill; export of potatoes and tomatoes; Roll of Honour; salaries of Crown Officers; signal station at Mont Orgueil

Reference: C/A5/16

Date: January 20th 1925 - December 1st 1927

Explanatory Note and Proposition Regarding a new Jersey Flag, lodged by Senator C Le Marquand

Reference: C/A609/1979/P86

Date: May 29th 1979 - May 29th 1979

Digital copy of Witness 259's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police providing an account of his experiences in care at Westaway Crèche, Jersey Home for Girls and Jersey Home for Boys. Signature witnessed by John Packer. [Some details redacted].

Reference: C/D/AW1/B1/38/WS000036

Date: July 15th 2008 - July 15th 2008

Correspondence relating flags including report of Guernsey Flag Investigation Committee

Reference: C/D/P/A3/6

Date: March 6th 1985 - March 19th 1985

Sound recording of Eileen Lerche-Thomsen, née Civray, speaking about the Occupation and the years after. She was interviewed on 11/10/2004 by Stuart Nicolle for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mrs Lerche-Thomsen speaks about the excitement leading up to liberation day, hearing the news on crystal set, hoisting a flag, her fathers job as an electrical engineer, the soldiers arriving in Jersey and the excitement, going to school during the occupation, going to the Jersey Girl College after the occupation and taking her exams there, her involvement with the Eisteddfod and later the Green Room club, the cinema, her father putting up wallpapers in her house, her strict methodist background, going to sunday school, the opening of the shops after the occupation, going to the pool, the visit of field Marshall Montgomery, the increase of tourism, the battle of flowers, the Bouley Bay hill climb, her grandparents before, after and during the occupation, trips to London, Stratford on Avon and Paris, working at Boots during the summer and the death of the King.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/59

Date: October 11th 2004

Acts and correspondence on the subject of the flag to be flown on the steamer 'Duke of Normandy', Piers and Harbours Committee. Printed by J T Bigwood, States Printers

Reference: D/AP/AD/8/88

Date: October 19th 1907 - October 19th 1907

Order for Elizabeth II authorising alterations to the flag of Jersey.

Reference: D/AP/AE/1

Date: December 10th 1980 - December 10th 1980

Photographs of grant by Elizabeth II of a new flag to Jersey (negatives D/AP/Z/12)

Reference: D/AP/Z/11

Date: December 10th 1980 - December 10th 1980

Negatives of photographs of grant by Elizabeth II of a new flag to Jersey

Reference: D/AP/Z/12

Date: December 10th 1980 - December 10th 1980

Slide of the Jersey flag

Reference: D/AS/K1/46

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