Letter from Gervaise Le Gros, Seafield to Colonel Murrary regarding a previous enquiry concerning three men of the 32nd Regiment released from prison on 13 September 1880 on the authority of General Nicholson copy of his note enclosed, also reference to case of Ann Lake whose pardon was not registered and prisoner Ogilvie pardon registered 23 March 1849

Reference: A/C2/29/2

Date: April 10th 1890 - April 10th 1890

West's Cinema to show films at the Opera House

Reference: B/A/L2/1

Date: May 16th 1945 - May 16th 1945

Complaints about seating, fire hazards and public safety at the Opera House from H H Killey, Mona Wee Villa, 62, St Marks Road, St Helier

Reference: B/A/L2/2

Date: May 28th 1945 - June 1st 1945

Requisitioning of Block B and the Women's Section of the local prison

Reference: B/A/W40/8/30

Date: November 7th 1941 - March 19th 1942

Private pupil dance classes at the Chelsea Hotel, ban of all dancing to be enforced by the police force - later repealed

Reference: B/A/W50/96

Date: August 7th 1943 - September 15th 1943

Request for cement from the Jersey Prison Board for the construction of additional cells

Reference: B/A/W81/1

Date: February 8th 1943 - February 10th 1943

Transfer of the local civilian prison to the Chelsea Hotel due to overcrowding

Reference: B/A/W81/10

Date: April 7th 1945 - April 7th 1945

Papers re. Lucien Gosset, a political prisoner sent to the General Hospital suffering from turberculosis. Advertisement to be placed in the Evening Post for new prison warders for the annexe to the prison at the Chelsea Hotel

Reference: B/A/W81/12

Date: April 20th 1945 - April 30th 1945

Enquiry re. rations for civil prisoners imprisoned by the German Forces

Reference: B/A/W81/2

Date: November 18th 1943 - December 17th 1943

Complaints re. rations allowed to political prisoners from the Medical Officer of Health at the Public Health Department. Extra rations given to TB sufferers John Mackay Tipping and Stanley Coombs

Reference: B/A/W81/3

Date: March 11th 1944 - March 24th 1944

Inquiry ordered by the Troops Court, Jersey into Ernest Briard, Governor of the Prison with regard to negligence of the prisoners after giving assistance so that a prisoner was able to escape the local prison

Reference: B/A/W81/4

Date: November 11th 1944 - November 24th 1944

Petition from the Political Prisoners relating to Red Cross parcels

Reference: B/A/W81/5

Date: February 9th 1945 - February 10th 1945

Medical treatment of prisoners at the General Hospital

Reference: B/A/W81/6

Date: February 12th 1945 - February 12th 1945

Complaints about the conditions of people imprisoned on the Military Side of the Public Prison

Reference: B/A/W81/7

Date: February 19th 1945 - February 19th 1945

Request for cement to construct a closet in the courtyard of the Public Prison

Reference: B/A/W81/8

Date: March 20th 1945 - March 20th 1945

Copy of the Medical Officer of Health of the Public Health Department's report on the conditions in the public prison

Reference: B/A/W81/9

Date: February 26th 1945 - April 25th 1945

Costs of extra lighting and staff at the Opera House for the German Cabaret

Reference: B/A/W91/14

Date: January 2nd 1941 - January 2nd 1941

Correspondence regarding plaques and their wording unveiled during 1995. Memorial to political detainees Gloucester Street; memorial to Mrs L Gould, St Ouen; memorial to Captain Ed Clark and Lieut. George Haas American officers who espaped from the Island in January 1945, Gorey Harbour; memorial to escapees and those who helped them in particular the Bertram families, Fauvic; plaque in Liberation Square; plaque on the Albert Quay commemorating the arrival SS Vega in December 1944; Book of Remberance for escapees

Reference: C/C/L/C9/1

Date: August 12th 1994 - March 27th 1995

Comité pour la Prison minute book. This covers the establishment and construction of the new prison near to the existing hospital in Gloucester Street and includes pages of accounts paid and loans received. Later entries contain details of improvements, repairs and reforms.

Reference: C/C/P1/1

Date: June 20th 1810 - February 25th 1837

Digital copy of a letter from Psychologist Mr J P Hollywood to Children's Officer Mr C A Smith relating to a psychological assessment of Witness 43. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 43. [Some details redacted]. For the transcript of Witness 43's tape recorded interview with the States of Jersey Police dated 18 July 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/1/WS000124.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/2/WD000972

Date: January 10th 1975 - January 10th 1975

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